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The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, May 21, 1905, 1st Section, Image 2

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< renew the strength that their labors consume consumeBut consumeBut consumeBut
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I Il 1 iI Being Destroyed by bytTurpentine Turpentine Turpentineand TurpentineIi
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C C Curtis CurtisOne I IOne IOne
One of the most attractive features featureso
3 o visitors in Florida is the forest forestjrowth foresttQwth forcstrowth
jrowth rowth particularly the th stands or ofpine orglne orpine
pine These magnificent m gnlfiCClt trees cover coverextensive coveraeI1ie coverI
extensive belts of o sandy soil especial especlalJy especialJy
I Jy In the central and northern nort em por portions poreons ¬
tions ons of the state and present a pic picture pIct1ire plctiire ¬
ture of sylvan beauty scarcely rival rivaled rlTaled rivaled ¬
ed ed in any an land landI landThe landme
I The great charm of these forests is isfound ISf isL
I L found f und in their open formation torm tlan The Thetrees Thettecs Thetrees
and andthe andtf1e andt
shade
tolerant of o
trees are ar not
the weaker ones being belngcrow crowded ed out outin outthe I Iin
t in the struggle for existence a wide wideseparation wides wideseparation
separation s of trees results In the ma mature mature mar ¬
ture forest Tiese Tlteseopen open forests ex extending extending exsendIng ¬
r tending for miles In mariy marl sections sectlonJrmltsuWcient sectionspermit sectlon3frmtt
permit rmltsuWcient sufficient light to filter through throughcalitles throught aroughthe
t the wIde crowns of the trees to sup support 5Uflport
port a carpet of grass or In wetter lo localities 10callties
calitles of saw sawpalmetto palmetto The JUG c effect ettectproduced effectproduced c v vproduced
produced by tbis relationship Is one onenever onenever I Inever
never to be forgotten the straight straightclean straightclean
clean trunks rising seventyfive to one onehundred onehundred onehindred
hundred and twenty feet surmounted surmountedAN
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People used to think that baldness baldnesswas baldne3swas baldnesss
l was was s one of those t u e things which are arehanded areh arej
j handed h nded down d wn from generation to gen generation generattonr genS ¬
S elation from father to son sonjust just like likea
t erattonr a family fami famlfy y heirloom heirloomScience beirloomScience heirloomt
Science has shown the falseness of ofthis oftliis
t this belief by proving that baldness baldnessitself baldnessItself baldnessIthef
4 itself is not a constitutional disease diseasebut diseasebut
1 but the result of a germ germinvasion Invasion of ofwhich otwhich of4i
4i which only Herpicide can effectually effectuallyrid
i rid the scalp scalpWasaing scalpWasalng scalpt
t Wasaing only cleans the scalp of ofDandruff ofDandruff ofJ
J Dandruff it doesnt kill the germs germsDestroy germsD
r Destroy D stroy the cause yoU remove the theeffect thee1fect thei1
i1 effect effectNewbfbs e1fectNewbtos effectI
I Newbfbs Herpicide will do this In Inevery Ineery int
every case It is isaIsoa also a delightful delightfuldressing delightfuli
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1L4 i dressing dressingSold t dressingi essing 1
i Sold by leading druggists For sale saleby saleby
by W A DAlemberte druggist and andapothecary andapothecarr andatheca I
apothecary atheca 121 S SPalafox Palafox Send 10 10cents 10c 1Ocents
c cents nts in stamps for sample to The TheHerpicide ThefI I IHerplclde
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n Recreation Recreationby
by a broadly branching crown clothed clothedwith clot ed
plumelike branches branc e and andbeloW below belowuntil
until the view vie is closed in the dis distance ¬
by b the columnar tree trunks a aSavannahlike
growth grothorgrass of grass some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times Interspersed with palmetto palmettoWhere palmettoWhere palmettoWhere
Where these forests approach nppro ch the thelower
lower lands the socalled bay heads headsthe iieadsthe 1eadst1Je
the Sabal palmetto makes its appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance and adds a characteristic cbaracteristicand cbaracteristicandunique and andunique andunique
unique feature to the vegetation Along
the rivers and In the swampy places placesthe placesthe placesthe
the pines and tha th palmettoes give way wayto wayto wayto
to various growths grow bs as for example examplethe examplethe examplethe
the live oaks and magnifient stands standsof
of cypress These grand trees decked deckedwith deckedwlt decked1tn
with wlt 1tn a gray mantle of otFlorida Florida modi modipresent mO mopresent
present a i third feature of the forest forestgrowth forestgrowth I
growth that Is as attractive and dis distinctive dlrtlnctiveas di3tinctive ¬
tinctive tlnctiveas as any in the state It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been my privilege to see brought to together together together ¬
gether into sucL zuc striking contrasts contrastssuch contrastssuch contrastssuch
such varied variedcbaracteristiCs characteristics s and at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive forest formations
Shamefully Squandered SquanderedOne
One of the most unpleasant impres impressions Imprerslons Impressions ¬
sions of Florid is associated wlta wltathese wltathese witathese
these same forests If present condl conditions condltions condltions ¬
tions are allowed to continue all the thewealth thewealth thewealth
wealth and beauty of this life will willin WIllIn m mIn
in a few years be but a memory In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this timber the state has one of its itsmost Itsmost itsmost
most important assets and one that thatIs thatIs thatIs
Is being shamefully sh meCully squandered The Thewidespread ThewIdespread Thewidespread
widespread rapid and wasteful de destruction destruction destruction ¬
struction of the forests can only be becharacterized becharacterIzed becharacterized
characterized as lS s disgraceful to the thestate t thestate e i istate
state If I proper propirforestry forestry laws could couldbe couldbe
be enacted these forests would ould be self selfperpetuating selCperpetuatln selfperpetuating
perpetuating and one of the principal principalresources princIpalresources principalresources
resources of the state for all time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The lumber and an < 1 turpentine interests interestshave InterestshaTe Interestshave
have been for fors several eral years quietly quletlYat quletlYatwork at atwork atwprk
work securing title to this timber timberand timberand tImberand
and at present control the larger par portion partIon partion ¬
tion has been organized on an exten extensive extensive extensive ¬
sive scale For a few years pitch or orrosin orrosin orrosin
rosin Is gathered from the trees by a awasteful awasteful awasteful
wasteful system of f boxing as shown shovrnin
in the Illustration A A box is first first cut cutat cutat
at the base of the tree A few inches inchesof
0 of the th bark b rk Is then removed above the thebox thebOx thebox
box to allow all ow the pitch to flow out
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ktf11 how good a good goodbeer
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tbebest This Thisjssomethingyou Thisjssomethingyoufl is sometiiingyQ sometiiingyQshould
fl should know and remember rememberI r rAlways
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famous bytAs by tAe jrr ritzy try Soith SoithWmGeist vth vthWII
WII WmGeist 6erstBrewingCo BreingCa BreingCac NUl1vme TI TIPETERBEL
PETERBEL pr DELL Distributer fOr P entacolL entacolLI nUcola nUcolaI
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This Th ss scotipjg of o r the ihetrunk1s trunk Is exteaaed exteaaedeadt exte4deack B d deacit I
eadt springtfnti sprtDgl spring inU ntl It reaches a a freight freightof 1igbtof u 1gbl 1gblor
of three or o ori fO1 four ur feet feeto or frequently as asSiigb asIigh IShl
Siigb hl b as a man ma can conveniently c nvenientIyreach nvenientIyreachEvery reach reachEvery reachEvery
Every tree that thatIs Is large enough en tlgh to be bebosed beboxed
boxed Is used in I this work workeve1 workeve1tho eves eveathough evesthogh
though tho not more 1Dor than sir sIx1nche3 Inches ia iadiameter a adiameter 1 1diameter
diameter This method of tnrpealine tnrpealineorcharding farpentineorehardlng
orcharding could be much score J ire eco economically economlcaUyprzct1ca CeOnomicaily ¬
nomically nomlcaUyprzct1ca practiced by b adopting the thenew thenew thenew
new system introduced inqodu db by Y the e bureau bureauof b r
of o forestry When theFlorida the FIorlda tho turpen turpentine turpentine turpentine ul ¬
tine gatherers wave completed pleted their theirwork theIrwork theirwork
work In a aseclion section they are followed followedby followedby
by the th lumbermen who effect a com complete cozuplete complete ¬ I
plete devastation of the forests forestsKilled forestsKilled fOreSt5Killed
Killed by Fires Firesrn f fIn I
In fncertaIn certain favored localities the trees treescould treesI
I could be restored naturally by seedj seedjing seed seedIng
I 1 ing but owing owiI g to the universal un1ersalprac un1ersalpracII pracj pracjtice practtice
tice ot offirlng firing the grass carpet In theSPring the thespring thespring
II spring this slow method dorestota dorestotation of restora restoration restoration
tion Is rarely raxei realized In one section sectionof
of about an acre seventyeight dead1 dead1seedings dead deadseedlngs deadseedings
seedings ranging rangingb1 Ifl height from six sixinches sixInches sixInches
inches to two and andaha1f a half feet were werecounted werecounted werecounted
counted As larger and nd larger areas areasof aeasof areasof
of the t1Jecountry country are exposed through re removal removal remoral ¬
moval of o the timber the problem ot otrestoration art orrestoration
restoration owing to the conse consequent consequent consequent ¬
quent dessication of the soil becomes becomesmore becomesmore becomesmore
more difficult As a aesnlt result of this short shortsighted s shortsighted ort ortsIghted ¬
sighted policy of the state in controll controllng controllIng controllIng
Ing ng the lumbering and the annual fir firing firIngof firIng ¬
ing Ingof of the vegetation there appears appearsto
to tt be little hope of the preservation of ofthV oftl ofthe
thV tl the e forests forestsWhat forestsWhat forests1Vh
What 1Vh the result of ofrJlIs this neglect will willie willbe willbe
be ie can ca not notbefoetoldatpres be foretold at present nt Jut Juthow Ju t thow thow
how far the changed climate in tho thosouth thGSQuth thasouth
south Atlantic region Is due to the thedestruction thedestruction thedestrucUon
destruction of the forests In n the gulf gulfand gulland gulfand
and adjacent states I am not prepared preparedto
to say This Is a subject thatfcas not notreceived notreceIcd notreceived
received the thea1tentlon attention it deserves but butthere butthere butthere
there is good reason to believe based basedon basedon basedon
on observations made abroad that th t ma material materIal materlal ¬
terial changes may be wrought in the theclimate theclimate theclimate
climate by widespread forest destruc destruction destruction destrucLion ¬
tion The history of the climatic climaticchanges climaticchanges climaticchanges
changes in Florida Is deeply Interest InterestIng Interestlug t tlng
lug Thefirst destructive freeze for foififty forfifty forfifty
fifty years occurred In 1886 when a athree a a111ree athree
three days blizzard from the north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west swept over the state and culback cut cutback cutback
back or at least l t defoliated all the or orange orange orange
ange trees down to about the 29tl 29tldegree 2 29thdegree
degree in all but the most protected protectedsections protectedsections protectedL
L sections Since that time there ha habeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been a succession of frosts as far faisouth farsout farsouth
south sout as Tampa that have material materialinjured materiaUInjured materially materiallyInjured
injured the crops in h some places Es Especially E EpeciaIly Especially
pecially have haveltseft its effects ts been felt fel Ii
the new groves were eitnerkilled
killed or crippled to such an extent extentthat extentthat extentthat
that few plantations have been beenbrought beanbrought beenbrought
brought into good condition In Decem December December Decenther ¬
ber 1894 a still more severe north northwest norCwest northwest ¬
west blizzard blizzarddefollat defoliated d all the trees treesas treesas treesas
as far farsoutn south as the Manatee river and andtfae andtb andthe
the tb destruction was rendered com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete by a freeze in Tebruary when the thegroves thegroves thegroves
groves were putting forth their young youngleaves I
leaves and the tender tenderlhoots shoots were fill filled 11111 11111ed flu flud
ed d with sap From Tampa north nQrththe nQrththetrees the thetrees thetrees
trees of the orange o > ang belt were either eitherkilled eitherkl1led eitherkilled
killed outright outrIg t or so enfebled that the themajority themajirIty themajority
majority were unable to rally People Peoplein PeOplein
in the thenortli north have no idea ot the ex ¬
tent of the ruin and desolation desolationwrought desolationwrought desolationwrought
wrought by thlscalamity this calamity A greatin greatindustry greaUndnstry great In Industry
dustry built up with reckless enthus enthusiasm enmusia5m cnthusiasm ¬
iasm owing to the large returns secur secured secured secured ¬
ed together with extensive interests interestsassociated Interestsassociated Interestsassociated
associated with orange growing were wereswept weresweptaayalm03t wereswept
swept sweptaayalm03t away almost in a single night nightToday nightToday nightToday
Today In the place of these produc productive productie productire ¬
tie farms attractive homes and bus bustowns busytowns busy busytowns
towns there remains but butaofractIou afraction of ofall ofall ofall
all this prosperity Abandoned Abandone1fields Abandone1fieldsor fields fieldsor
or white sand dilapidated buildings buildingsand buUdlngaand buUdingand
and half populated villages rtUagesreveal reveal the thenature tbenature thenature
nature and extont of the destruction destructionIt
It Is to Wrquestloned uesUoned it lhiscountry lhiscountryhas this country countryhas countryhas
has ever experienced such extensive extensivedestruction extensivedestruction extensIvedestruction
destruction of prosperity and financial financialruin financillruin financIalruin
ruin of so many people for while the theestimated theestimated theestimated
estimated loss of 100000000 may not notbe notbe notbe
be compared with some other calami calamities calamities calamities ¬
ties that have overtaken the country countryit
it is to be borne in mind that In this thiscase thi8case thiscase
case we are dealing with a misfortune misfortunethat misfortunethat misfortunethat
that cannot to toan any considerable ex extent extent extent ¬
tent be overcome
Forests a Barrier BarrierWhile BarrierWhile
While it cannot be said that tb3 tb3destruction th thdestruction thdestruction
destruction of the forests in Florida Floridaand Floridaand Floridaand
and in the neighboring states J to the thenorthwest thenorthest thenorthwest
northwest is responsible for the cli climatic clImatic climatic ¬
matic changes it is significant that thatthe thatfue thatthe
the cold waves are always preceded by bysevere bysevere bysevere
severe wind storms stoD s from romthenorth the north cr crnorthwest cruorthwest crnorthwest
northwest It will readily readli be seen that thatforests thatforests thatforests
forests afford au effectual barrier to tothe tothe tothe
the progress prog > ess of such storms andthus andthuspermit andthuspermit andthuspermit
permit the tempering of the cold wave wavebefore wavebefore wavebefore
before it can canr reach ach the fhewatmer warmer sec sections sections seetions ¬
tions of the country countryBe countryBe countryBe
Be this case ag ae1tmay it may we may con consider conIder conLider ¬
sider what will be the result to the thepeninsula tbepenInsula thepeninsula
peninsula of the destruction of the theforests theforests theforests
forests in the state At present the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country is especially well supplied suppliedi suppliedwitlli suppliedwidli
i witih waiter Mer but when these great greatI greatareas greatareas
I areas are stripped of the tbeprotectIon tbeprotectIonafforded protection protectionafforded protectionafforded
afforded by the trees it would appear appearthat appearthat appearthat
that there must follow a marked dessi dessication desslcation dessication ¬
cation of the soli Sandy soil retains retainsthe retainsthe tains tainsthe
the least moisture and andwben when exposeddirectly exposed exposelldirectly exposeildirectly
directly to high temperatures t it can cannot cl clnot cannot
not hold holdsufficient sufficient moisture save saefor saeforsuch for forsuch forsuch
such meager mea meaner er vegetation as character characterizes characteIzes characterizes ¬
izes arid districts To the majority majorityof
of people In Florida k IIoday kday1t > day It perhaps tperhapsappears perhapsappears perhapsappears
appears impossible that these great greatforests greatforesfs greatforests
forests can an be swept away In this thisconnection tillSconuectlon toiscormection
connection it may ma be b stated stat dthat that at atthe atthe atthe
the present rate te of consumption there thereIs thereis I Iis
Is nt n t enough timber tlmber1n In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to meet our demands for thlrtyfive thirty thirtyfive thinyfive I
five years The consumption c is in increasing increasing increasing ¬
creasing yearly and it is evident eVidenlthat eVidenlthattimber that thattimber thattimber
timber so accessibleas accesslbleasthatofFlorida that of Florida Floridawith Floridawith i iwith
with its cheap means of b ransportation ransporta ransportatkra nsporta1 nsporta1don
don will soonbe soon be consumed consum d The pine pinewill plnewIll pinewill
will have disappeared in a r few years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and attentionwlll attentlonwillilienbe i2en be directed directedthe directedthe o othe
the cypress which Is already alreildyof of great greatvalue gr greatvalue lt ltalue
value Unless the state can be im impressed In1pressed liiipressed ¬
pressed at once with the necessity of ofabsolute ofabsol1te ofabso1te
absolute protection and a conservative conservativemanagement conservatlVemanagement conservativemanagement
management of its forests it would wouldseem W9uldseem wouldseem
seem thatsuch that such changes ange3 in the present presentconditions presentconditions presentconditions
conditions would ensue ensueas as tonecessl tonecessltate to necessi necessitate necessItate ¬
tate the practical practic l abandonment of the thefruit thefruit thefruit
fruit Industry IndustI and the introduction of ofother ofot ofother
other ot 1er pursuits It Is not nofberond beyond the therange th9range therange
range of possibilities that thatl1i iu the next nextgeneration nextgeneration nextgeneration
generation the names W f certain certalntons certalntonsIn towns townsIn townsin
In Florida will be b simply historical in incharacter Incharacter Incharacter
character Among these may be men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned Citronelle lnoas 1 m Ja Mandarin MandarinOrange MandarinOrange MandarinOrange
Orange Orangedale Port Orange and andTangerine andTangerine andTaigerIne
Tangerine The timemay time maycom may come coni when whenthe whenthe hen henthe
the children will inquire why the thetowns tbetOiIlS thetowns i
towns were given such names Iiamesz Just as asIn asIn a3in
In tie middle and andwestem westem westerustates states st te the theElk theElk theElk
Elk creeks Elk rivers r1 rsBuffalo Buffalo creeks creeksand creeksand creeksand
and Buffalo rivers rie are today meaning meaningless meaningle5s meaningless
less termsMONDAV terms termsMONDAY termsMONDAY
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MONDAY WE WILL W LLSELL SELL FULL FUL1SEAMLESS FULLSEAMLESS FULLSEAMLESS
SEAMLESS HOSE HOSE AT 7 7CENT 7 CENTS CENTSPAIROIT CENTSPAIR A APAnt
PAIROIT PAnt 0 OR 75 CENTS JN I DOZENOIJRWINDOW DOZEN Zf4 E EOUR EOUR
OUR OIJRWINDOW WINDOW WJIWFE F E ERAWNER BRAWNER
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If for the first rst ti t tIae JPe e the greatest greatestevent grettestnent
event In your married arrie4 fires ves is abost abostto aboatto botto
to occur how expectant t how howwnpt howwnptup wrapt wraptop TZPt TZPtup
up in it ityou Joa von fiad yowselres yowselresYou yourSelYYou oarselYes oarselYesYou
You try to tocnmook overlook bet butin m inthat van vanthat T2 1I 1Ithu
that element of uncertainty and dan danger daner danger ¬
ger er that thatyoa you have been led leato to expect expectfrom apectfiom expectfrom
from the experience expe eacc of those mosemothes mosemothesand mothers mothersand
and fathers who wr JKr bare struggled struggledtbroueh truggledthrou tnggledtbrouzh
tbroueh throu this ordeal in ignorance of ofMothers ofothers ofMornr
Mothers others Fritntl Fritntlwhat Frinwhat
what it itis to and what it does doesIf doesIf doesIf
If at this time every expectant man manand Cannd1rlfe mantnd
and nd1rlfe Wife might know of this greatest greatestof g test testof
of boons devised for the express expressparpoM Uj expressparpose S Spsrpose
parpoM of aSeriatktg g and d dthe dIsplfig dIsplfigthe < 5 5Hng 5Hngthe
the soffenng and consequent danger dangerof
of chilaoanh chUQ I 1 how qrfckly would aH aHdocbt aEdoubt aBdotbt
doubt and andworry vony HUUV be dissipated dissipatedMoerV dlssiFtedMot dIssipated4others
MoerV Mot e Friead is 5 aa anIlnimetitfor lavaluable banJeabJeJini i iBniment
Bniment Jini Ilnimetitfor nentoraternal for external massage e through throughwhose throudlwhose throughwhose
whose potent ageaqr cy coBBtless moth mothers moihers moths ¬
ers s have been enabled to experience experiencethe
the joy of parturition for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time without 1 I1b Bt danger to themselves or orthen c ctheir ortheir
their offspring offspringAtltait offspring1LN >
1LN 1ID fHA7 fHA7Uaita fA R RAll
Atltait All Uaita Ca CaNEWS c cNEWS taiiiws
iiiws NEWS OFTHE WEEK WEEKAT WIEKAT WLKAT
AT MARIANIM ryJA IANN4
Special to The Journal JournalMarianna JoumalfarlannaMsy Journal3tarianna
Marianna farlannaMsy May 20 20The The Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade that has been beenestabl19hed established here hereis hereis hereIs
is getting into working order with a amembership amembersb1p amembership
membership of 102 Each member memberpaid memberpaid memberpaid
paid Initiation fee of LOO LOOThe LOOThe LOOThe
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistcharch Methodistchurch
church were very successful with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their bazaar and ice cream cr m supperThey supper supperThey supperThey
They cleared 13875 This will go goj gotowarci gotowara
j toward furnishing the parsonage parsonageJudge parsonageJudge parsonageJudge
Judge Francis B Carter will resign resignhis resignhis resignhis I
his place on the supreme bench and andreturn andreturn andreturn I I
return withhls with hJs family to thIs theirformer their theirformer theirformer
former home They will occupy the thenew thenew thenew
new Merritiqhonse MerritiqhonseInvitations Merr1thonse Merr1thonseinvttiUbnk e tElhouse
Invitations have baT ha been received to tothe tothe tothe
the marriage of Miss lss Ethel Schmeltz
or to Dr
ot this place plaCIThey Theyare Tbey are both well wellknown wenknown wellknown
known In Insoclety society Miss Schmeltz hav having havIng baylag ¬
ing visited her friend Miss nss Dekle for forseveral forseeral forseveral
several winters Dr Baltzell is one oneof oneof oneof
of Mariannes Mariannas most mostprominent prominent young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men He Is a graduate e of Tulane Uni University UniversIty Unrersity ¬
versity and proprietor of the City CityDrug CityDrug 1 1Drug
Drug Store After an extended bridal bridaltour bridaltour bridaltour
tour they will be at home at the Balt Baltzell Balt2fU Baitzell
zell home in West End EndMrs Enci1rs End3ra
Mrs 1rs J J Newbold has returned returnedfronva returnedTOIDta returnedfromia
fronva TOIDta visit to her brother ELCalhoun ELCalhounfn
fn n Pensacofei PensacofeiMr Pensac PensacJIr PerisabMr
Mr Crossman of Columbus is in inthe Inthe inth
the th city He is always a welcome welcomeguest welcomeguest welcomeguest
guest 10 o the th youg youladles youladlesSociety ladies ladiesSociety ladlesSociety
Society enjoyed a dance at the theDavis theDaIs theDavis
Davis opera house houseMr houseMr houseMr
Mr Walter Bawls will resign hisposltton his hisposition hisposition
position as a superintendent of the th Re Reform Reform Reform ¬
form School S hool the first of July
A Disastrous pal Calamity Calamityli amity amityIt
li I was a distastrous calamnlty when whenyou whenyou whenyou
you lost your health because Indfges Indfgestion Indfgestlon lndfgestlon
tlon and constipation have sapped it itaway Itaway Itaway
away Prompt relief rellefcan can be had In Dr DrKings DrKings DrKings
Kings New Life Pills They The build up upyour upyour tipyour
your digestive organs and cure head headache headIc headache ¬
ache Ic 1e dizziness colic constipation etc etcGuaranteed etcGuarantee etcGuaranteed
Guaranteed at all drug stores 25c 25cMONDAY 25cMONDAY 25cMOAY
MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10 10YARDS 10YARDS 10YARDS
YARDS ALPINE LAWN FOR FORCENTS 25 25CENTS 25CENTS
CENTS SEE OUR WINDOW WINDOWF WIND W WF
F E BRAWNERSANOZOL BRAWNER BRAWNEfLSANOZOL BRAWNERSAN
SANOZOL SANOZOLLOTION SAN OZOL OZOLLOTION
LOTION AND SOAP SOAPPOSITIVE SoAPPOSITIVE SOAPPOSITIVE
POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL SKIN SKINDISEASES SKINDISEASES SKINDISEASES
DISEASES DISEASESThe DISEASESTbe DISEASESThe
The wonderful discovery ot otae otaefamous tae taefamous toefamous
famous specialist In skin diseases A AJ AJ AS
J Fulton M D Brooklyn N NY NYSanool Y YSanozol YSanozol
Sanozol treatment is external onlySUFFERERS only OnlTSUFFERERS onlySUFFERERS
SUFFERERS FROM FROMEzxema FROMema FROMEsema
Ezxema ema Lupus Herpes Ringworm RingwormPrurigo RingwormPrurIgo RingwormPrurlgo
Prurigo Scrofuloderma Skin Cancer CancerPediculosis CancerP CaxicePediculosis
Pediculosis P dlculosls Psoriasis Ecthyma E thma Lich Lichen L1 L1en L1c21en ¬
en Sycosis and an all other forms of nli nlicerative W Wcer nicer
cerative cer Uve scaly SC sca1 lr and nd parasitic skin dlsj dlsjI dis diseases diseases
I eases find immediate immediaterelIet relief and psr psri r rmanent rma
i manent ma ent cure by b the use of SanpzoL It Iti Itremoves itremoves
i removes pimples and blackheads and andcures andI andcures
cures sweaty or b aching feet feetSome feetsome feetSome
I Some of the now c ow famous cures by bySanzozol bySanzozol bySanzozol
Sanzozol treatment were fully de described described described ¬
scribed In the New York World of ofMarch orMarch ofMarch
March 9 and the Brooklyn Daily Eagle Eagleof E gle gleof
of March 291904 291904August 29 190 190August 1904August
August Newman of Enfield Enfi ld street streetnear streetnear streetnear
near Graves Place Brooklyn writes writesthat wrIesthat writesthat
that he had been a sufferer froin skin skinerupt skIneruptJn skinerUPtPn
erupt eruptJn pn for eight years called various variousnames VtlOus VtlOusnames variousnames
names by different physicians Finally Finallyhe
he was Induced In sheer desperation desperationto
to try SanozoL He enjoyed his hisfirst hisfirstunbroken first firstunbroken firstunbroken
unbroken sleep after the first bottle bottleof
of SonozoL His HI reward for a con conscientious COIrEcientlous conscientlous ¬
scientious treatment of this remedy remedytor remed remedfor
for two month months was wa as a complete rare rareTHE citte citteTHE cureTHE
THE SOAP SOAPhas SOAPas SOAPhas
has as no equaL Its It daily use without withoutlotion wIthoutlotion withoutlotion
lotion will give your face and hands h nds a aperfect aperfect aperfect
perfect skin restoring the defunct defunctrespiratory d defunctrespIrat0T tunt tuntrespiratory
respiratory conditions of your skin to toits toIts toIts
its normal health producing producingthe the fresh freshness tre11ness freiiness ¬
ness of youth outhanda and a glow of health healthand healthand healthand
and beauty Try TI it itThose It ItThose ItThose
Those afflicted affilct dwlrh with Itchy Itchyedscaly Itchyedscalyskin and scaly scalyskin scalyskin
skin diseases suffer most during hot fcotweather hotweather
weather Avoid this by the use l eo eoSanozoL ol olSanozoL organozoL
SanozoL SanozoLWrite SanozoLWrite ganozoLWrite
Write for testimonials and full nll par particulars pirdculalS partlculars ¬
ticulars of Sanozol treatment free of ofcharge otcbarge ofcharge
charge Treatment requires coct coctbined c coiublued t tblned
blued use ot lotion and soap Sent Senton Senton Znton
on receipt of price os 0 at lltdrngglsti lltdrngglstiLotion druggists druggistsLotion druggistsLotion
Lotion half p pfntLOOSoap pfn nV 5LOO 100 Soap 25c 25cper 2SCcak6 25eper
per cake or jar 3 3cak cakes es65c es65cAddress Sac SacAddress CScAddress >
Address Sasosol SU0201Labratorr Labratory dept deptB S BH
14 100102 Elton Elt lSt Sfc Brooklyn N Ny Y
LACHUA LACUAPEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLEHLLGROW
OW PECANS PECANSIINETY
PECAN51
ACRES ALREADY A lREAD Y IN ONE ONEGROVE ON ONGROVEJAND ONGROVE1AND
GROVE GROVEJAND AND ACREAGE WILL WILLBE WILLeEDOUBLED I IliE
BE eEDOUBLED eEDOUBLEDTie DOUBLED DOUBLEDTfce I ITJlte
chtJ
Tie progressive p eS8lve citizens of Alachca Alachcaare
are determined not to be outdone by byany
any others in this section sectIonir or any anywhere anY7 anY7where anyiwhere ¬
where else for that matter says the theGainesville theGaInesville theGainesrifle
Gainesville Sun The town Is coin coinposed comlJsed cornposed
posed lJsed of energetic citizens who have havean hav havan havean
an ambition to do as well l if not bet bettervthsy bette betterthn
tervthsy te th Ji1 the t e other fellow when It Itcomes Itcorn t tC9P1es
comes corn to public ub1c or private pr vate improve improvements Jmprov6i ¬
ments or personal advancement advancementAlachsa advancementAlachua t tAlachn
Alachsa aas thrived within the past pastyear paStyear I Iyear
year as possibly no o town in the state state1of stateof stateof
of the same population has thrived thrivedThe thrivedrhe I Ilh
The lh business men have prospered prosperedin
in everything In which they had deal dealing dealIng deallag ¬
ing the farmers iave 1ae made prolific prolificcrops pro1I1icctOps prolifiecrops
crops the laborers have been kept esir esirployed eBl employed 1 1ploYed
ployed at good salaries and altogeth altogether altogeth1 altogeth1er ¬
er the citizens of otthat that thriving thrlvingtoWn thrlvingtoWnand town townand townand
and vicinity vlc1nit have joined hands in the themarch theII1uch themarch
march of progress and none were jeal jealous jealous JealOils ¬
ous of the others which In a large de degree degree degree ¬
gree accounts for their success col collectively collectIelY collectively ¬
lectively and an Individually IndividuallyBut ln lvldually lvlduallyBut
But the latest industry for Alachua AlachuaIs
Is the thecultnre culture ot otpeeansJ pecans J L Holder Holderand Holderaud Holderanti
and H C Graves two enterprising enterprisingcitizens enterprisingcitizens enterprisingcitizens
citizens who possess pos ess the faculty of ofseeing otseeing ofseeing
seeing a long way ahead lave deter determined determined deterniined ¬
mined to make at Alachaa the th largest largestand largestand Iargekand
and most profitable pecan grove In Inthe inthe inthe
the state if not In the southeast southeastThese southeastThese sOutheastThese
These gentlemen haTe already plant planted p pianted ant antd ¬
ed d ninetyfive acres in pecans choice choiceand cho chokeand ce ceand
and hardy vegetables which will be bepaying bepaying bepaying
paying them handsomely in a few fewyears f fewyears w wyears
years They Theydo do not Intend to stop at atthis atthis t tthis
this howeverbut however but propose to set and andcultivate ahdcultivate andcultivate
cultivate two hundred acres before beforethey beforel11ey beforethey
they will have finished 1inIshedtheir their task and andreached andreached nd ndreached
reached the height of their ambition ambitionVA ambitionA
A pecan grove as has been said 1 iy iya b ba > > 1 1a
a practical grower Is better than a abank iabank a abank
bank The trees are areexceptlonally exceptionally
hardy and not subject subje t to injury or des destruction deStructIoJl destructfon ¬
truction like the average crop When Whesonce Wh WhenOnce i ionce
once set and gotten In the proper con condition condltion eDUdition ¬
dition there ee is no more expense In
sustaining them The proper propervarietle3 propervarietle3bear varieties varietiesbear varietiesbear
bear prolifically and there Is always a amarket amarket
market for the product at good prices priceshence priceshence priceshence I
hence when a pecan grove is brought broughtInto broughtfnto broughtInto
Into proper bearing it makes the ownerindependent owner i
independent t for the remainder of his hislife hislif hislife
life lif and for his surviving family familyMessrs familyMessrs i
Messrs Holder and Graves were via visitors vIsi viaItors ¬
itors to Gainesville Friday and ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed themselves as being pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith
with their thelrfnture future prospects prospectsEXPOSURE prospectsEXPOSURE
EXPOSURE EXPOSUREi
i The cold draughts of air to keen and andcutting andcutting andcutting
cutting winds sudden changes of tem temperature teznperature ternperature ¬
perature scanty clothing undue ex exposure exposure exposure ¬
posure ot the throat iand apdneck neck after afterpublic afterpubllc afterpublid
public speaking and singing sln ng bring on oncoughs oncoughs oncoughs
coughs and colds Bailards Hore Horehound Horehound Horehound
hound Syrup Is the best cure cureMrs cureYrs cureMrs
Mrs A Barr Houston Texas Texaswrites T TWrItes Texascritez
writes Jan 31 1902 One bottle bottleo bottleoBallards of ofBallards ofBallards
Ballards Sorehcund JIor orthcuid hctind Syrup cured xae xaeof IRQ IRQof meof
of a a very veryb2d bad cough It l Is very pleas pleasant ple pleant s sant ¬
ant to take 25c 50c 1 Sold by byall byall
iall all druggists druggistsSUMMER druGfstsSUMMtR druggistsLJMMUCOUi
SUMMER LJMMUCOUi LJMMUCOUiTl COURSE COURSEThV c u fS fSTh
ThV Th Special clal rates offered off ed by the ti1ePensacola thePensacola fir firPensacola
Pensacola Business College for the tinsummer thesummer thesummer
summer course are within the read readof reaclJof reachof
of every e ery ambitIcus young man am amwoman and andwoman as aswoman
woman Special classes in Business BusinesBookkeeping BusinC3iBpOkkeepI BusinessBookkeeping
Bookkeeping g Stenography and Eng
lish Training Tr lnIng are being arranged En Enternow Enternow Enternow
ternow for good position In the fall fallPhone fallPhone fallPhone
Phone 900 or 1037
NOTICE NOTICETo
To the citizens and contractors of ofPensacola of ofPensacola oEPensacola
Pensacola We the membership gt gtthe ztthe pCthe
the Bricklayera BrIck1 yern and Plasterers Union UnionNo
No 1 of Pensacola wish to state stht that thatMrr thatr thatMr
Mr Mrr r VS S S Moses oses Is no longer connect connectedwitti connected connected
edwitti ed wIth No N 1 of JPensacols Pensacola and Is cofi cofisldered coisldered coAsidered
sldered unfair to all union labor
H E BUGG BUGGCHAS BUGGCRAS BTJGGGRAS
CHAS RICKS RIdKSJAYES RICKSJAMES J JJAMES
JAMES WHITEHEAD WHITEHEADCommittee WHITEHEADCommittee WH1TEHEADIThe
Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeThe
The Bricklayers BrIckIay rs and Plasterer PlastererNo PlasterereNo
No 1 of oPensacola Pensacola
do hereby en endorse ef efdors ed eddorse ¬
dorse the Carpenters and Painters In Intheir Inthelr
their effortfor effort for the eighthour eIg thour day dayand d3yand dayand
and at their regular meeting last
Monday voted to help them in any anyway ant antway anyway ¬
way possible possibleH possible1LEBUGG
H 1LEBUGG 1LEBUGGOIIAS E BDGG BDGGCHAS BUGGCHAS
CHAS RICKS RICKSJAMES RICKs RICKsJ RICKSJAMES
JAMES J WHITEHEAD WHITEHEAD13may30d WIDTEHEAD13may30d WHITEHEAD12nay3Od
13may30d Committee CommitteeNotice CommItteeNotice CommitteeNotice
Notice to the Public PublicON
ON AND A AFTER MAY MA MAY15TH 15TH LO LOCAL LOCAL ¬
CAL UNIONS 74 AND 10 107 CARPEN CARPENTERS CARPENTE1 CARPENTEkS ¬
TERS TE1 s AND JOINERS OF AMERICA AMERICAAND AMERiCAAND AMERICAAND
AND LOCAL UNION 459 PAINT PAINTERS PAINTERS PAINTERS
ERS AND DECORATORS AND A D PA PAPER PAPER PAPER ¬
PER HANGERS OF AMERICA AMERICAWILL AMERfcAWILL AMERICAWILL
WILL HAVE A BUSINESS AGENT AGENTAT AGENTATT AGENTAT
AT ATT T rHEIR H HE E I IR iR HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERSROOM
ROOM NO NO1 1 OLD ARMORY BUiLD BUfLDING BUiLDING BUILD1NG
ING TO RECEIVE REQUESTS REQUESTSFROM REQUESTSFROM REQUESTSFROM
FROM PARTIES WISHING WORK WORKDONE WORKDONE WORKDONE
DONE IN EITHER OF THESE THESELINES THESELINES THESELINES
LINES AND WILL BE GLAD TO TOFURNISH TOFURNISH TOJURN1SH
FURNISH MEN TO DO > IT AT AT8 AT8HOURPER 8 8HOURSPER 8HOUR5
HOURSPER HOUR5 PER DAY AT THE TH SCALE SCALEOF SCALEOF SCALEOF
OF WAGES VlAGESFQRMERLY FORMERLY RECEIVED RECEIVEDBY
BY BYTHEM THEM
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transformed ormed from a vigorous vigorousactive v1gorousactive gous gousJ
I J active maI to a helpless one oneAccidents
r Accidents dont come when they theyare the thet
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Ii 9 Are You YouInsured insured I I I II fI I
I against accidents If not what whal whatE 1 1reason
1 reason can you give We are areRi 1 1a f ft fready
l E I ready to i issue sue you a policy at atf ata
t Ri moderate mo derate cost So
4 liLt I a very aa aaexpenslveness allexpensiveness anexpensiveness
f expensiveness cannot be urged urgedas
as an au excuse cuse what other have hareMCDAVIDYEIlCOMPANY haveyou f fyou
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AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO COf
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LE LEfilL IDVERITSEMEIiTS IDVERITSEMEIiTSNOTICE
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NOTICE NOTICENotice NOTICEoticela NOTICENotice
Notice oticela is hereby given that the tbeCltj tbeCltjCouncil City CityCouncil CityCouncil
Council at Its meeting held on May Mayspecters May16th ay ay16th
16th 1905 selected the following Iu Iuspectors Inspectors
spectors and Cerks of election el ctlon ti0n to toserve toserve toserve
serve at t the election el t10n tobe to be held in the theCity theCity
City of Pensacola June 6th 1905 1905ley 1905Precinct 1905Precinct I
Precinct 12 InspectorsA C Bink Binkley Binkley
ley PP F F Bingbam R Pope Reese ReeseClerk ReeseClerk ReeseClerk
Clerk J W Coons CoonsPrecinct CoonsPreclnct13 CoonsPrecluct13
Precinct Preclnct13 43 Inspectors InsPectorsJ J E Wolf WolfR Wo1R WolfB
R P Wharton A A Fisher Clerk Clerki ClerkFrank ClerkFrank
i Frank Maura MauraPrecinct MauraPrecln MannPieclnct
Precinct Precln t 14 Inspectors InspectorsW W J Ber Berry BerryH BerI3 ¬
ry ryH H Wolf B JL LGIadden Ia Gladden Clerk ClerkJoe ClerkJoe C1erkJoe
Joe Reed ReedPre ReedPre ReedPre
Pre nct ct1 i5 Inspectors InspectorsI J D Goss GossGeo GossGeo GossCeo
Geo P pW Wentworth ntworth Tom Nee Clerk ClerkJohn ClerkJohn ClerkJohn
John Massey sey
1 That the following polling places placeshave placeshave placeshave
have been be i selected sele ed towit towitPrecinct towitPrecinct twitPrecinct
Precinct 12 12Comer Corner Alcaniz and In Intendencia InI Intendencl
tendencl street streetPrecinct streetEpro streetrPrecinct
Precinct pro proe e dnc t13eo 13 13Corner Corner mer Garden and andPalafor andPalafox andPalafox
I Palafox streets streetsPrecinct streetEPreclnct streetsPreeInct
Precinct 14 14Comer Comer Palafox and Ro Romana Itomana
mana streets streetsi
i Precinct 15 15Comer Corner DeVillier and andilntendencia and11ntendencia andI
ilntendencia I streets
11ntendencia
I I C q LSHINE LSHINEIl9may LSHINEl9may SHL E
Il9may 19may 1 City < lty Clerk ClerkI Clerkrelating ClerkAu
I An ordinance relating to outstanding outstandingCity outstandingCity
City Scrip
Whereasthe e Comptrolfer C D1pEf lrer of the theCity th thCity theCity
City of Pensacola in his last annual annualreport annt1 annt1reportlnclnt1ed annualreport
report reportlnclnt1ed Included in his statement of offloating offioatIngdebt offloating
floating fioatIngdebt debt of the City the t e following followingitem followingItem oUowingItem
item Outstanaing Ou tan ingScrip Scrip 1219 1219and 1219and 1219and
and whereas It appears from said re report report report ¬
port that the he outstanding scrip re referred referredto referredto ¬
ferred ferredto to are re old 01 < 1 warrants issued is ued by bythe bythe bythe
the city of Pens Pena8cola aCQla CQla previous to the theyear theyear theyear
year 1882 188 which htch have haveuo not been pre presented presented presented ¬
sented for payment within the time timerequired timerequlredby timerequired
required requlredby by Ia law and that all action actionthereon actionthereon actionthereon
thereon is isbarredby barred br b the statutes st tutes of oflimitation oflImItation oflimitation
limitation therefore the fofe Be it ordained ordainedby
by the Mayor Marerand and Council of the City Cityof CIl CIlof Cityof
of Pensacola PensacolazSection PensacolaSection PensacolaSection
Section 1 That ThattheCompholler the Comptroller of ofthe otthe ofthe
the City oE o Pensacola P naaC la be bean and an t he is ishereby ishereby ishereby
hereby authorized and directed to tocharge tochatg tocharge
charge on s his hlsbooks books the said item itemviz itemvb Itemviz
viz outstanding scrip 121900 121900Twelve 121900Twel 121900Twelv
Twelve Twel Hundred and Nineteen Dol Dollars Dollars Dollam ¬
lars lam which appears in his said last lastannual lastnnnal lastannual
annual report r PQrt as aspart part p of fthe the floating floatingdebt fioatlngdebt floatingdebt
debt of the city cltyt to the citys profit profitand PI9fitand profitand
and loss account accountSection accountSection accountSection
Section 2 Z That all ordinances oraina anfi anfiparts anc ancparts n 2 2parts
parts of ordinances in conflict here herewith herewith herewith ¬
with be and the same are hereby re repealed repealed ¬
pealed pealedPassed pealedPasSed pealedPassed
Passed April 19th 1905 Approved ApprovedApril ApprovedApril I IApril
April 29m ZSth1905 ttr 1905 905 I
T TE WELLES EWELLESAttest WELLESAttest WELLESAttest
Attest Mayor MayorC
I C TJ SHINEClerk SHINEClerk30aprbaw4w SHI SHINEClerk3oaprOaw4w E Ierk Ierk30iprow4w I
30aprbaw4w
i
An n ordinance to set apart certain por portions portlons poTtions ¬
tions of the th Water Wat Front ot the Cttyl Cttylof CIty CItyof
of Penaatola l P laoli fgf Qruse use as a Boom BoomBe BoomDe BoomBe
Be It ir orflalned or I1n d by b the Mayor and andCouncil andCouncilo andCouncil
Council of the City of Pensacola 1 1SectionJJ 1Secfion IeeUon
SectionJJ Secfion J That Block One Hundred Hundredand Handredand Hundredand
and SeventyOne S9ventY e C171 171 One Hundred Hundredand Hunnredand HunarezIand
and Se SesntyTwo ntyTwo nt Tto U72 112 One Hundred Hundredand Handredand Hundredand
and SeventyThree 13 One Hun Hunored ThinI I II
I ored redmd and Sevenly setenfyFocr Four 174 Oaei OaeiHundred One OneHundre
IHundt Hundre and d seventyr 1 175 5One 5OnerHundredand One OneHundred
rHundredand Hundred and SerciitySis ce ltY J 176 lIGJ One Onesaid OneHundred
t Hundrcdand Hundred and S SvntySeyen nty Sef n 117 117lmd 177I
lmd I and One c Hundrf1f and f3e SeventyEight SeventyEightI e1 tyEIght tyEIghtI
I 178 as as said satdblbkstppear ld blocks bi KS appear p > ear upon the thej
j oacial Ma Is of t1 the Water Front Frontof Frontofi off of ofthe
i the City ot Penaacola be and the thesame thesame
same arc am herebsi ber D set et apart J rt for use as asa asa j ja I
a BOOM BOO for torthe the keeping of timber timberan i
an ano < lumber by bTalL all persons firms ftrmsand ftrmsandcorporatloIlS and andcorporations andc
corporations c rporation engaged 0 or who ho mayj 1I1ay 1
hereafter engage en gerht ia the business pf pfTimber pfTl ofTimberarid
Timber Tl Timberarid mbcl and d Lumber LUPb r Merchants IietC h ts Brok Brokers BrokI BrokIers ¬
ers erSt Shippers ShiPpersDr or Inspectors of f the theCity theCIty tieCity
City of Pensacola PensacolaSection Pens P nsaeola nsaeolaSection e 1a 1aSectfoIj
Section 2 That t the majority of the thepersona thepersons l lpersons
persons firms firicsnd and corporations men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned la the he loregomg section 1ave 1avethe iavel iavelthe ave avethe
the right rlgh to designate such J ch person or orpersons orpersnns3S orpesons
persons persnns3S asmsybe asny y b be necessary ne essary to take takecharge takecharg takecharge
charge of ana manage said boom la laaccordaacewitk
accordaacewitk ac acordancewithrIe o BC wttI rales l aid as d fesalations fesalationsadopted regjat1onsadopt eplatolls
adopted adopt d by bytk tkeaand them jind approve by the theMayoraid thelay theMayor
Mayoraid Mayor lay r ai te Coimcni CoimcniSectfo VosiItSectiofl n nSectw
Sectfo Sectiofl 3 That all eipens eense s charg chUgi chUgj chUgsQ
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es costs or damages whatsoever that thatmay thatmayOO thatmay
may mayOO be incurred or may arise by rea reason reason reason ¬
son of the th adoption of this ordinance ordinanceor
or for or on account of the establish establishment establishment establishment ¬
ment maintenance management or oruse ornse oruse
use of said boom shall be borne and anddischarged anddischarged anddIscharged
discharged by the persons firms and andcorporations anelcorporations an ancorporations
corporations who shall use said boom boomand boomand boomand
and as may be provided by the rules rulesand rulesnd rulesand
and nd regulations regt 1ations hereinbefore men mentioned mentIoned menutioned ¬
tioned tionedSection tIonedSection tionedSection
Section 4 That nothing herein hereinshall herelnshall hereinshall
shall be construed to authorize the thaclosing thoclosing theclosing
closing of any anf street or 9 part of street streetlying streetlYing streetlying
lying between the W B Wright Com Companys C Cornpartys m mpanys ¬
panys property and the Muscogeo Muscogeowharf Muscogeowharf IuSCOlEOwharf
wharf property of the Louisville LouisvilleNashville LouisvilleNashIlle LouisvilleNashville
Nashville Railroad company and at atno atno atno
no time shall Stotfdarts or 12th 12thAvenue 12thA 12thAvenue
Avenue A enue in said water front be used usedor usedor usetor
or occupied as a boom or for any anypurpose aIlYpurpose anypurpose
purpose so as s to toJtr torCvent prevent v nt or obstruct obstructthe obstrucothe obstructthe
the free public use of the same sameSection sameSection sameSection
Section 5 That this th1 ordinance shall shalltake shaHtake shalltake
take effect immediately after its ap approval 21provaI approval > ¬
proval by the Mayor and then only onlyupon onyupon Ofli7upon
upon the payment of the sum of Sere Seven Sereen Seren ¬
en Hundred Dollars 70000 to tha thaCity thaCit th thCity
City Cit of o Pensacola Pensa la by the persons personsfirms personrms person3firms
firms rms and corporations corporatIonsfor for whose use usesaid usasaid usesaid
said property is set apart as a boom boomSection boomSection bornnSection
Section 6 That this ordlnano ordinanceshall ordlnanoshall ordlnanoshall
shall be and remain in full force an a1 a1fffect aneffect i ieffect
effect for the term of oode one ode year after afterits afterits afterits
its approval or provided tha the theCouncil theCouncll theCouncil
Council shall have the right to repeal repealthe repealthe
the same as astQ to all or any part of the theproperty theprop theproperty
property prop rty hereinbefore described when whenever whenever whenever
ever thesame the same shall be required for
any public improvement or public publicpurpose ubUc ubUcpurpose ubHcpurpose
purpose purposePassed purposePassed purposePassed
Passed April 19th 1905 Approved ApprovedApril ApprOvedApril pproiedAprlI
April 29th 190 1903
T WELLS3 EWELLE3Attest B WELLS3Attest WELLEAttest
Attest Mayor Mayorc aror arorC
c L I SHINE Clerk Clerk30aproaw4w Clerk30aproaw4w Clerk3Oaproaw4w
30aproaw4w 30aproaw4wIn 30aproaw4wInJustice
InJustice In Justice of the the Peace Court Sec Second Sectond Second
ond District Escambla C County uny Flor F1 F1CTIda Florida r rIda ¬
ida Scott M Loftin vs S s Owen TMoses TMoses T TMoses
Moses and John Doe said name beIng belag be being ¬
ing fictitious trnename true name being bein unknown nflknown un unknown ¬
known partners doing business asOWen asOwen as asOwen
Owen TMoses T Moses Company Notice Noticeis
is hereby given of the Institution ofthe ofthe of ofthe
the above entitled suit b by attacbmezLtIssued attachment attachmentissued
issued out of the said court antfleviei anllevieiupon annevieIupon antflevieiupon
upon the defendants defen t property Thesaid Thesaid The Thesaid
said defendants and all other persn3Interested persn3Interested persn3 personsinterested
interested are hereby required r plred to appear ap appear ¬
pear to the said action o > the3r the 3r 3ni dayof day dayof
of Jul July A D 1905 Scott JL 3 M LoflnPlaintiff Loftln LoftlnPlaintiff
Plaintiff 21mayoawr 21mayoawrAn 2lmavoauWAn
An ordinance to amend s Section ction ninety ninetytwo
two of the Code of ordinances of
1902 of o the City of Pensacola relat relating re13tIng relatlug ¬
ing to the width of r sidewalks upon upoacertain UP1certain uponcertain
certain streets streetsBe streetsBe
Be Belt it ordained or hinedby alned by the Mayor and andCouncil andCouncIl andCouncil
Council of the City of Pensacola PensacolaI PensacolaSection PensacolaSection
I Section 1 That Section ninetytwo ninetytwoof
of the Code of Ordinances of 1902 of
he City of Pensacola be amended so sois
is to tolead read as follows followsSection foUosSection followsSection
Section 92 Sidewalks on both sides sidestf
tf Palafox street rc t between Wright and andJeSoto
streets and ad on both sides of ofSarden ofGarden ofGarden
Garden street between Spring and andRens andReus andRena
Rens streets shall be beeight eight S feet feetwide f ftwide t twId
wide wideSection wId wideSetton
wIdSettlon
Section 2 All ordinances or inances or r part partiof partof pattiof
of ordinances In conflict herewith be baand beand beand
and the same are re hereby repealed repealedSection repealedSection repealedSection
Section 3 That this ordinance si sitake shall sla1jlake shalltake
take effect Immediately upon Its pas passage paJsage pa3sage ¬
sage and approval approvalPassed appro approvalPassed J Jsed
Passed sed April prII 19th 1903 1S0 Approved ApprovedApril ApprovedApril tpproedApril
April 29th 1905
T E EAttest WELLES WELLESAttest WELLESAttest
Attest Ma Mayor MayorC 01 01C
C L SHINE SHI E Clerk Clerk30aproaw4w Clerk30aproawlw Clerk30aproaw4w
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