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PENSACODA FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 27 1905
White hittJ Dijocr Democratic DemocraticTicket tl tlTickfJt
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tr rl For or Mayor ayor
la MayorCHAS CHAS H BLISS BLISSTOT BLISSForMarshal BLISSIFor
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For TaxCollector TaxCollectorJNO TaxCollectorJNOCARY
JNO JNOCARY GARY WHITING WHITINGFor WHITINGiFor WRITINGFor
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For Treasurer TreasurerWM TreasurerWM reasurer reasurerWM
WM G DAILSY DAILSYFor D DAILEYor ILEY ILEYFor
For or Aldermen at Large LargePrecinct LargePrecInct LargePrecinct
Precinct 12 12CHAS 12CHAS 12I
I i CHAS H GINGLES GINGLESPrecinct GINGLESpreclnct GINGLFJSll
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pc WM HAYS HAYSFor HAYSr
For Or r Precinct Aldermen AldermenPrecinct AldermenPrecinct AldermenPrecinct
Precinct 12 12A 12A 12A
A H DAJLEMBERTB DAJLEMBERTBPrecinct DALEMBERTEPrecInct DALEMBERTBI
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P PKYONGE PKYONGEPrecinctH PKYONGEPrecinct K YONGE YONGEPrecinct
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W WB B WRIGHT
How Mayor Welles WellesDeclined WeUesDeclined Wellesj1
I j1 Declined to Be Governor GovernorAbout Governorbout GovernorI
I ii1 About bout the most amusing thing thath that thathas thatr
r has h ha come to the surf surface ce during the thepresent theP then
n present ies P esfJ1t campaign was the statement statementby
r ru by Mayor M ror Welles Velt s s Thursday ThUtSda night that thathe thathe thatr1if
r1if he could have been governor of Flor Florida FlorI FlorIii3 ¬
Iii3 ida I a now had he so desired but that he hedeclined hedecHned heL11
L11 declined the 11 ndinination nomhi l1on because ho howas howas hou1
u1 was was w out of politics so far as any anysalaried anys
ti1 s salaried l 1ir1ed ried office was w wt s concerned concernedThe concernMT1l
4ii The T1l mayor may mayOfntrodUced Introduced 1ntr ilucedt1i the tli tliFs subject subjectby s 1bjectbysaylng
Fs by bysaylng saying that t atT The Journal Jo mala a TeW days daysago daysag daysii
ii ago ag agdhad had intimated that he had guber gubernatorial gubcrn gubernatorial
n natorial forial aspirations etc The mayor mayorIs ina mayorjt1 r ris
jt1 Is slightly mistaken however In this thisrlt thIsit thisF
F rlt it was a poetical contributor not notThe 110tTh uotThe
The Th Journal who did theintlmatirig theintlmatirigfor th Intimatini Intimatiniforwhatever
i for forwhatever whatever the mayors aspirations aspirationsmay aspirationsmay
ii may may be it would ill become The Jour Journal Journal JourI ¬
I nal to assume the responsibility of ofeven ofe ofeven
even e en Intimating their direction or ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent Such aspirations are uncertain uncertainand uncertainand uncertainand
and likely likel to break out in too many manyplaces manyplaces manyplaces
places to admit of editorial prophesy prophesyBut prophesyBut
1 But the mayors modest statement statementthat statementth statementii
ii that th t he could have been governor rwill rwillWIli will willwill willr
r will be read with interest all over the thestate thestate theI
I state forming as it does a hitherto hithertounwritten hithertounwritten hithertoI
I f unwritten incident and unsuspected unsuspectedpossibility unsuspectedpossibiUt unsuspectedpossibility
possibility in the history of one ot the themost 1hemost Themost
most most noteworthy campaigns in the an annals annals anr1 ¬
r1 nals of o Florida FloridaTo Flori ForidaTo a aTo
To think that while such political politicalgiants poIlticalgiants politicalgiants
giants as Bob Davis Governor Brow Broward Browar ¬
t ard ar Dannette DannetteMays Mays and C M Brown Brownwere Brownw
I were w weie t scouring sc ur ng the state in one of the thehottest theIt i ihottest
It hottest campaigns on record and that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhI1e
while Governor Broward finally won wonout wonout wonI
I out by less than a thousand majority majorityjust majorityjust majorityj
j just to think that while all this was wasgoing wasgoing wasI
I going on onwe we had right bore in Escam Escambia Escambia Escamti
ti bia a man who like mighty Caesar Caesarpushed Caesarpushed CaesarU
U pushed the thecroWIl crown aside and declined declinedan
L an honor which at that time three of ofthe oft11e offl
fl the strongest and an bestknown men in inthe Inthe
9 1 the state were struggling to grasp graspIts graspUS graspn
n Its marvelous simply marvelous marvelousNow marvelonsNow marvelousNow
Now that it is all over It would be beno beno beU
U 1 no ii ° more more than fair for Mayor Welles to tolet tolet tolet
let these other gentlemen into his se secret secrettell socrettel ¬
cret crettell tell them how he managed to tomake tomake tomake
make sure of the honor he so generously generouslydeclined generousldeclinedand generouslydecllnedand
declined declinedand and thus out of the t e innate innategoodness innategoodness innatei
i goodness of hl his heart lle rt complete omple a Chapt chap chapter chapter ¬
t ter r of political politi al history which to all allthe allie allU
U the ie state must read like a romance romanceAll romanceAIl romanceti
ti All this however has nothing to do dowith dowith doLIt
LIt with the present city citycampaiin campaign and is isdiscussed isdiscussedsfInply isdiscussed
discussed discussedsfInply simply as one of the amus amusing amustng ainustI
tI ing incidents growing out of the con contest contest ¬
jr test testMoral testMora tetI
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I Moral MoralNever Never NeverLaugh NeverLaughat Laugh Laughat LaughataFuneral
at ataFuneral ataFuneralE a Funeral FuneralThe
E The sensational infiamato inflamatory and andaltogether anda1togethe andaltogether
altogether exaggerated report of al alleged alleged aTI ¬
I leged disturbances which appeared Inthe in inthe
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the Daily News yesterday yester aY evening re regarding rerding reardIng ¬
garding rding the Shine meeting Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night was was a distinct surprise surpr eto to every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body who read it even in fact to tothose tothose tothose
those who had attended themeeting themeetingout the meeting meetingOut meetingOut
Out of ofa a little good natured nat rec Jollying Jollyingwhich jollyingWhich Jollyingwhich
which some of the speakers It ap appears api1 apais
pears i1 ais rs were We subjected to t the t1i News Newsfcas NewSlu Newsas
fcas lu as s attempted to tocrcatea create a furore of ofexcitement ofexcJt ofr
r excitement excJt mentanQ and an assumed suniej indignation indignationnd IndigilaUonad
i I > ad nd It tfevenmakes even makesthe make t the chargethat charge that tha I
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certain persons Ii rSonswere were paidito IfaJd lo go thereand there thereand therend
and nd disturb the meeting meetingIf c cIf
If what heNeWssa he News says s about the ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent of the disturbances were true it itwould itwould Itwould
would have required a small army of ofpaid ofpaIdbireUngs ofpaid
paid paIdbireUngs hirelings l to produce such a aresult are aresulL
result re ulL The Journal J6urnal does not t knQw of ofmore ofniore ofmore
more th thanone than n one man in the city cit who whoever whoeer whoever
ever spent spe t money enough on a cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign to pay that many manysnrely surely the theNews theNews theNews
News would not InUmatetht Intimate that they got gottheir gottheir gottheir
their money in this case from that thatsource thatsource thatsource
source sourceThe sourceThe sourceThe
The Journal is s sorry sorryr sorryreally really aUy and andtruly andtruly andtruly
truly sorry sorrYif if some of the men men a athat at atthat athat
that meeting got a little 1 boistrous > and andsome andsome andsome
some of the ladies got a little girl girlstrous g girlstrous tl tlstrous
strous and they should not have havedone havedone
I Icrowd
done it ilProbably Probably threefourths of the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd were supporters of QftheWhite QftheWhiteDemocratic the White WhiteDemocratic WhiteDemocratic
Democratic ticket and they naturally naturallyfelt
felt good which in marked contrast contrastto
to the impatience and apparent anger angerof angetr angerof
of r some s meo of the Shine men on the plat platform platform platform ¬
form was no doubt very noticeable noticeableAll
All this of course was wrong The TheDemocrats TheDCDocrats TheDernocrat
Democrats in the audience should not nothave nothave nothave
have exhibited their exuberant spirits spiritsto
to such suchan an extent They should have havecurbed havecurbed havecurbed
curbed their good nature The small smallboy smnll9Y smallipy
boy 9Y v who pwa wanted t to know about that thattelegram thattelegram thatteegram
telegram should have been squelch squelched
ed d iAStanter iA t1I1ter7tItat that all al happened ppened two twoyears twoars twoyeaTs
years ars ago and smallboys are not sup supposed supposed supposel ¬
posed to remember that far backher back backTherefore backTherefore
Therefore her fQro The Journal Journals Journalssolemnly solemnly and j jearnestly I IeilrJl
earnestly eilrJl Mlr condemns cond ns any such con conduct condJ1ctIt condpetIt ¬
duct dJ1ctIt it does oes not ot look loo well at a funerai funer funerai funeral
ai anyway anyyaand = and we adjure all who are areunable aretJJ1a areujjg1l
unable tJJ1a le Jokeep to1t p from f o laughing to here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after stay sta away awa > from such mirthpro mirthproducing mIrthproduclng mirthproducing ¬
ducing assemblages assemblagesThis
This Is getting to tob be a mighty serl seriouh serlouh serlouli
ouh matter matterJor for the Shine Shi e people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and others should siioufdhave haves respect enough enoughfortheir enoughfor enoughfortheir
fortheir for theIr distress not to laugh in inpublic inPllblic inpublic
public
AN ARCTIC TRIP FOR FORCURE FORCURE FORCURE
CURE OP F CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONAll CONS MPTI N NAll
All kinds of f theories have been ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced vanced for the cure cure of consumption consumptionduring consumptionduring consumptionduring
during recent years cars and it has come cometo cometo cometo
to be generally accepted that living livingwholly livingwholly livingwholly
wholly out outo of doors either in the themountains themountains themountains
mountains or near ne near the sea coast in a amild amild amild
mild climate is conducive to the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
I
est benefit bene t of ofsuffcrers sufferers from this dis disease disease disease ¬
ease This method has been triedat tried triedat triedat
at the Pensacola naval hospital with withconsiderable withconsiderable withconsiderable
considerable success a number of ofcures orcures ofcures
cures having havin been bee beeneffected effected at the out outdoor outdoorCaJ outdoor ¬
door doorCaJ camp p located there The TheIates TheIatestheoryhowCer Thejatesttheory latest latesttheory
theory theoryhowCer however and one that appears appearsto appearsto
to be based upon actual experience is isthe Istheadvocacyofoutdoor Isthe
the theadvocacyofoutdoor advocacy of outdoor life in the thearctic thearctic thearctic
arctic regions and an < a party is now be being belngformed belug ¬
lug lngformed formed to test its efficacy The TheNew TheNew TheNew
New Orleans States commenting upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the new theory says saysThere saysThere saysThere
There is nothing novel in the thepropo theproposltion propo proposition proposition ¬
sition of Dr Sohon of Washington WashingtonCity WashingtonCity WashingtonCity
City to take charge of a cruise to toGreenland toGreenland toGreenland
Greenland for the th benefit of consump consumptives consumptives consumptires ¬
tives except the locality to be visited visitedIt
It I Is known that in that region of the theArctic theArctic theArctic
Arctic zone there are areas where the theatmosphere theatmosphere theatmosphere
atmosphere is absolutely dry and dust dustless dustless dustless
less and an under perpetual sunshine Dr DrSob DrSohon DrSobon
Sohon Sob on is IsenthtiSl enthusiastic Stlc in advocacy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the plan because of the great benefits benefitshe benefitshe benefrtshe
he himself received as a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last two Peary expeditions and andthere andthere andthere
there is no noreason reason to < toubt that thala a re region region region ¬
gion where the thecllmate climate is cold but the theair theair theair
air Isentirely is entirelyiree entirely free of dampness and anddust anddnst anddust
dust will prove highly conducIve < < to tothe tothe tothe
the recovery of persons suffering sutt ring with withtuberculosis withtub withtuberculOsis
tuberculosis tuberculosisQuite tub tuberculOsisQulte rcul sIs sIsQuite
Quite a number of these sufferers suffererswill suffererswIll suffererswill
will participate in the cruise and Dr DrSohon DrSoho11 DrSohon
Sohon is confident conffd OIi d i1t t that it will be at attended attended attended ¬
tended by such pronounced advantages advantagesas
as to open open a new cure for consump consumption consumption consumptfon ¬
tion hence the result of the expedition expeditionwill
will be looketf look forward to with great greatInterest greatinterest greatInterest
Interest ii by y all specialists In the treat treatment treatment treatwent ¬
ment of tuberculosis If the experi experiment experiment experlment ¬
ment proves to be the great success successthat successthat successthat
that Dr Sohon SQhonSQ so confidently antici anticipates anticiJates anticirates ¬
pates an organization will be formel fprmelfor formelfort4e formelfor
for fort4e the purpo purpose e of securing ships and andfitting andfitting andfitting
fitting them out Cor oi cruises in the cold colddry colddry colddry
dry and dustless Arctic zone and the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges for fora a atrip trip will be b fixed at such sucha
a reasonable figure that persons of ofmodest ofmodestmea ofmodest
modest modestmea means 1s will be able to take ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage of the cure while whUeassoclations whUeassoclationslIQe associations associationswill
will ill lIQe be formed ed Jo o raise funds fnn s to defray
the expenses ot the indigent class of ofsufferers ofsufferers ofsufferers
sufferers If Dr D fcohons ohon s experiment experimentIs
Is a success and he Is confident that thatit thatit thatItwl1l
it Itwl1l Trill bethegreat be e eat WhIt Plague Plag will willcease w1llceas willcease
cease ceas fo be bea a terror of otmanklnd otmanklndr mankind mankindThis mankindI1s
This r Is jSasstUe jsassurediyva assuredly a apecnliar peculiar cam campaign camjalgn ¬
paign p Ign Besides sIdes producing p odu ng cabbage
cucumbers cucumberSbed bed mattresses mattieSsesan t ses and lotber lotbervegctabl other othervegetables othervegetabIe
vegetables s It his h developed several severalpoets sereraloetswho severalpots
poets oetswho who ho while their meter and andjrythm andrY andrythm
jrythm rY hm may not always be upf u to tostandard the thestandard th thstandard
standard of the classics nevertheless neverthelessgive neverthelessgive neverthelessgive
give evidence of having the poetical poeticalIdea poeticalIdea poeticalidea
Idea Here Is a sample just re received recelved recelved ¬
celved ceivedLoved celvedLoved celvedLoved
Loved Pensacola by the sea seaNeer seaNeeI seaNeer
Neer be sad and tearfu tearfnThe tearfuThe j
The Antis will defeated d f ated bo beAnd boAnd boAnd
And everything b6 b Blissful BlissfulThan Bliss1fnIThan BlissfluThan
Than the thegrealtriumvirate thegrealtriumvirateMulhatton great triumvirate triumvirateMulhatton rl mvirate mvirateMuihatton
Mulhatton Wells and Shine Shinewill hlneWill j jWill
Will get into intotheJr their little skiff skiffAnd skiffAnd j
And sail Salt rivers riversbrine riversbrineNo brine brineNo brineNo
No more theyll they l1sUng sling their t1leirgarden t1leirgardentruck garden gardentruck gardentruck
truck truckOr truckOr truckOr
Or Cabbage Squash Sqnashandsic1J Sqnashandsic1JFor quash and sich sichFor slcbFor
For theyre buried now beneath tha thamod thamud themud
mud modOf mudor mudOr
or their last last1ittle little ditch ditchA ditclLA
I
A Kansas newspaper is responsible responsiblefor
for the followingbit following bit of finance philos philosophy phUosophy philosophy ¬
ophy There are three ways to learn learnthe learnthe learnthe
the value of of a dollar The first 1 rst is isto isto Isto
to spend it and see what whatou you get for it itThe ItThe ItThe
The second is to earn it and see what whatyou whatou whatyou
you ou give for it The thirdtisto thIrdIs to save saveit saveit saveIt
it and yearn for forIl All Uthe the things thlng it might mightbuy mightl
buy if you were weak We Jt enough hlo to spend spendIt
It I
We would suggest that that the Bedj Bed BedMattress
Mattress be stuffed with granulated granulatedcork granulatedI granulatedcork
I
cork It could then thenbe be used as a life liferaft lileraft
raft when the tidal wave strjkes on oaJune onJune onJune I
June 6 6The 6The I IThe
The News has h s not not yet et answered answered the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question Are Ar youor y you Uor or are you not In Infavor 1111 i
favor of the White Whi Primary system for formaking formakIng formaking
making municipal nominations nominationsTomorrows nominationsTomorrows nominationsTomorrows
Tomorrows Journal Is going to be bea bea bea
a mighty big and a mighty ighty fine paper paperGet paperGet paperGet
Get ready Tead for rorIt rorItCARD it itCARD itCARD I
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CARD FROM MR r R BERNARD BERNARDIn 3 NARD
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In its report re reportofbe ort of the Shine SninemeetlDg SninemeetlDgor meeting meetingof
of Thursday night t tae Daily News Newsof Newsof
of yesterday says saysAll I I IAll
All during his speech hoodlumism hoodlumismseemed hoodlumisIrseemed hoodlumismseemed
seemed to have run rampant for the theupon themeeting
meetIng seemed at times bordering borderingupon borderingupon
upon a riot riotMany Many Irresponsible Irresponsiblehirelings lrresponsibhhlreIlngs irresponsiblehirelings
hirelings were stationed throughout throughoutthe
the crowd and kept up an incessant incessantfling incessantfilngof incessantfling
fling filngof of epithets some of which whfchdlc1 whfchdlc1not di did didnot t thot
not border upon disrespect but which whiutiwere whichwere whichwere
were of a nature as to make women womenblush womfonblush womenblush
blush Reliable information comes comesthat comesthat
that the hoodlumism came cam from a few fewmen fewmen fewl fewlmen
men and a crowd of boys led by brone broneBernard one oneBernard oneBernard
Bernard an employee emplo eo of the Pensacola PensacolaJournal PensacolaJournal a auro
Journal JournalNow JournalNow uro
Now as I am the only Bernard con connected co conected coflnected ¬ I
nected with The Journal I must be bethe bethe bethe
the one Bernard referred to toOf toor i
or course someone nad ad to be blamed blamedfor blamedfor blamedfor
for the lack of Shineenthusiasm ShIne enthusiasm
Something had ha to be named naIQedto naniec to explain explainwhy explaInwhy explainwhy I
why that meetingwas meeting waS such a frost
hence the charge that t at hoollumismseemed Iiopdlumisci Iiopdlumisciseemed hoodlum1smseemed
seemed to run rampant rampantI J I
I am among the many who were werepresent wereI werepresent
I present and who faIT failed I to see any an anhoodlumism 1
hoodlumism If the t e New refers refe to tothe 0 0the othe
the strong Bliss enthusiasm whish whishpermeated whi whirn1 1j
permeated every portion of the au audience nudience UIdience
dience and refersto the many Intelli Intelligent InteUlsent Intel1Igent ¬
gent men and women who wh were there thereand thereand thereand
and sympathized sympathizedwith with th the White Pri Primary Prmary ¬
mary a movement its reference refer nce to them themrealization ti1ema
a as hoodlums musfQe muse e attributed to o t te e
Newss realization of tae theweak weakehm weakehmofits weak hlnp1 hlnp1of nini niniofits
ofits of its cause causeI
I was at the head of o no nOhOodlum hoodlum I
ism and the Newss ewss reliable infonr infonrant inrorIrj
ant lies when he intimates that I IwaL 1was
was I
If however the accusation were
true that I had really controlled the
White Primary sentiment senti lent and enthu enthusiasm enthusiasm enthuslasin ¬
siasm at that meeting I would have haveaccomplished haeaccomplished haveaccomplished
accomplished a vast deal more m re than
the speakers on tae platform who whomade whomade whomade
made the great effort to sway the theseu1 sen sentiment sentlmcnt ¬
timent on the other side sideI
I can hardly hardl blame the Daily ily News i
for feeling sore sor sorethe the th result re < iult of thai thaimeeting tharmeeting thatmeeting
meeting was quite qUlt enough to tom make
them so B I3 S BERNARD
The Journal Printed PrintedDuring PrintedDuring Prn Lcd LcdDuring
During April Ap f19 19Q5 19Q5a i os osaTOtalof 5 5a
a aTOtalof Total of
1276 127650 127650CopIes 1271650Copies SO SOCopies
Copies CopiesOr CopIesOr
Or an Average Ave e of
4909 4909Daily 4909Dllily 4909Daily
Daily DailyThe
The following fotJowlngfignres figures show Tha ThaPensacola ThaPensacola ThePensacola
Pensacola Journals circulation for foreach foreach foreach
each day ay during the month mJ ot April
1905 with the average number of ofcopies orcopies ofcopies
copies daily dailyApril dailyApril dailyApril
April 1 5000 5O O April 16 5000 5000April 5000April 5000April
April 2 5500 55g < April 17 17April 17April i7April
April 3 April 18 4700 4700April 4700April 4700April
April 4 4900 April 19 4800 4800April 4800April 4800April
April 5 4 4850 50 April 20 4 4800 4800April 4800April 00 00April
April 6 4800 April AprJI2l47oo AprJI2l47ooApril 21 4700 4700April 47QQApril
April 7 4800 April 22 4700 4700April 4700AprIl 4703April
April 8 4800 April 23 5000 5000April 5000April 5000April
April 9 5200 AprlJ 24 24April 24April 24April
April 10 f 1 April 25 254600 254600April 4600 4600April 4600April
April 11 43M 48 April April25 25 4600 4600April 4600April 4600April
April 12 4800 April 27 2L 5100 5100April 5100April 5100April
April 13 4750 April 28 5100 5100April 5100April 5103April
April 14 470Q April 29 5100 5100April 5100April 5100April
April 15 4700 April 30 5600 5600Total 5600Total 5533Total
Total 127650 127650Average 127650Averagc 127650Average
Average Daily DaUyQlrculatlo Circulation 1irculafio i f 1 1I 4 4909 4909I 09
J JI
I hereby certify that the above abovestatement abovestatement abovestatement
statement is 1Sc9 correct cta according c rdrng to the therecords therecords therecords
records on onl1l8l file le in thisjofflce thisjofflceHARHY thlsoftlceHARRYRoSMITB t1I3offlceHARRY
HARRY HARRYRoSMITB iL SMITH SMITHCirculation
Circulation Cf nla4QI manager managerSworn IIlaI1agerSworn tnaflagerSworn
Sworn to and andjSubscrI1 snbscribed d before be re me methis methis methI
this thI 1st day of 1 May aY 1905 1905Rotary 19 19J 190 190JPSTOKES
J JPSTOKES JPSTOKESNOtrY P 8TOKES 8TOKES1io
Rotary 1io NOtrY Public
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NEWS AND VIEWS VIEWSFROM VIEWIROM
FROM STATE PAPERS PAPERSl PAPERSMay afr afrMay
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May B Be a Blessing BlessingWhy BlessingWhy BlessingWhy
Why knows knowsbutthat but that the city bond bondr
r v in dis ritei
blessing
may prove a
It may be decided that it wouitf wouitfbe woulnbe oUIO oUIObe
be the part of wisdom to increase incr se the
of the issue Issue1IamI Miami Iami News NewsSorry NewsS
9 9Sorry S S SSorry
Sorry They Left LeftMany LeftMany LeftMany
Many people who left Gainesville for fortheir ro rotheir fortheIr
their Northern homes about two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago are now noW writing back to friends friendsthat friendsthat friendsthat
that the weather weath r is still cold tnefe tnefeand there thereand thereand
and they wish they th were back again againIf againIf
If they had only heeded the advice advicegiven advicegiven advicegiven
given them they would have certainly certainlysavetf ccrtain1saven ccrtainbsavenj
savetf themselves much discomfpri discomfpriDont dIscomfort dIscomfortDont discomforLDont
Dont go North NotthunUl until June 1 which l lplenty 1J 1Jplenty I Iplenty
plenty early earlyGalnesdlle Gainesville Sun SunS SnnJ
S S SJ
J M MBarrs Barrs Still It ItThe itThe r rThe
The proposed new I ew charter oforJack oforJacknvl1le for Jack Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
sonville nvl1le got it in the neck when Gov Governor GovernOr GorTnOr ¬
ernor Broward Browardplastcred plastered it with a aveto avetoand avctoand veto vetoand
and J M MBarrs Barrs will continue to draw drawthe drawthe
the salary and pocket the perquisites perquisitesattached perquIsitesattache perquisitesattachejj
attached to the job of city attorney attorneyMadison attorneyMadIson attorneyMadison
Madison New EnterpriseHogging Enterprise EnterpriseHogging Enterprisea EnterpriseHogging
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One of Mr Rockefellers admirers admirerssays admIr admirerssas rs rssa
says sa s he has made his great fortune br brhls bYhis oy oyhis
his pipe lines not by the t railway re rebates rebates rebates ¬
bates granted The rebates must have havebeen hacbeen havebeen
been additional ad 1Uonai graft then another anothercase anot anothercase er ercase
case of the hog putting all four feet In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the trough troughOcala Ocala cala Star StarRECKLESS EtaI7hM Startt
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Recently 4700 acres of Mississippi Mississippipine lisslssippipIne ississippipne
pine land sold for 70000 The pine pinelands pinelands
lands of Alabama in their the prime sold soldJor soldless zoldor
Jor or less than the value val e of the standing standingtimber standingtimber standingtlmb
timber tlmb r Now that the pine is nearly nearlyall nelrl nelrlall nearlyall
all gone the price is going up to some something something ¬
thing like the real value but Alabama Alabamahas Alabamahas Alabamahas
has no more pine lands for sale Ours Ourswas 0ur3was Ourswas
was cut and burned in log heaps heapsthat heapstbat heapsthat
that the land might produce cotton cottonThe cottonThe cottonThe
The cotton was cultivated for ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years ann the land was considered consideredworn consideredworn
worn out The total receipts forthe fortbeten fortheten fortheten
ten cotton crops crops would not equal the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of the timber if it had been beenal beenallowed al allowed allowed ¬
lowed to stand standNo standNo standNo
No state and no people were ever everguilty everguilty
guilty of such reckless waste as Ala Alabama Alabama Alabama ¬
bama made of her forests Men Ien not notyet notyet
yet et retired from active business can canremember canremembcr canremembcr
remembcr when there were stretches stretchesof
of pine timber miles in extent that thatwas thitwas thatwas
was cut down and andburncd burned that the theland
land might be cultivated for or a few fewyears fcwears fewyears
years ears and M then abandoned Millions Millionsof
of dollars worth of timber were de destroyed destroed dostroyed ¬
stroyed in that way to make farms farmsthat farmsthat farmsthat
that are not worth as much toflay tCHlayas tCHlayasthey as asthey asthey
they were Wer j forty fort years Yearaago ago when the thetimber thOtimber thetimber
timber stood on them and ane the little littlecrops littlecrops littlecrops
crops produced prod ced Jnce snce then would not notpay not
pay and did not pay more than a bareliving bare bareliving1 barelivIng
living to the men who whotestroyed destroyed d the thetimber thetimber
timber The TheMIssis Mississippi ppi land sells s Ils for forless forless
less than the tlmber timberIs worth tyorth for 15 15an
an acre isnot Is not the thevalue value lU6 of the pine pinetimber pineif pinetimber
timber if there are more than thanfitt thanfitttrees fifty fiftytrees fiftytrees
trees on an an acre still it is better than thanthe
the way the pinCj p pne p trees of Alabama Alabamavrere Alabamawere Alabamawere
were disposed of ofA ofT ofA
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The Mobile Herald rises to remark remarkThe
The Russians are consistent in one onething onething onething
thing and one thing only They The ham hammer hammer Iammer
mer a Jew J w wherever and whenever wheneverthey wheneverthe
they the catch him
We confess that the treatmentof treatmentofthe treatment of ofthe ofthe
the Jew in Russia is the one dark darkspot darkspot darkspot
spot in the history of that country countrybut countrybnt couitrybut
but we ut u 10 > not think the Herald Hcr 1d In Intends intends Intends ¬
tends as its editorial paragraph Im Implies impIles lxiiplies ¬
plies thatthe that the Russian government Is Isresponsible isresponsible isresponsible
responsible for the individual acts of ofRussians ofRussians ofRussians
Russians RussiansThe RussiansThe RussiansThe
The government of Russia cannot cannotany cannotan cannotany
any an more be held responsible for theacts the theacts theacts
acts of mobs than can this govern government governmente government ¬
ment mentIf menteIf mentIf
If we stop for a moment and study studythe stnd stndthe studythe
the conditions In this country and andthe andthe andthe
the outrages that have been beenperpe beenperpetrated perpe perpetrated perpetrated ¬
trated even within the past few days daysby dasb daysby
by b mobs and by the lawless element elementof
of communities commun ties we would not be b so soready soread soready
ready read to condemn other people and andother andother andother
other countries countriesIn
In Chicago we have had within thepast the thepast thepast
past few weeks and are still having havingan
an exemplification of the fact that thatwe thatwe thatWe
we are notholier not hoIler than thou thouLawlessness thouLawlessness thouLawlessness
Lawlessness exists everywhere and andin andin andIn
in no country more than this repub republic republic republie ¬
lic about which we boast so much muclLWe muchWe muchWe
We are killing the inhabitants of the thePhilippines thePhUippines thePhilippines
Philippines having man hunts h nts over overthere overtbere overthere
there every eve day daYand and are shooting shootingthem sho shootingthem tIng tIngthem
them down dOWIlVhen when found just asTheo asTheodore asfheodore a Thee Theedore ¬
dore Roosevelt hunted hnntedan and an shot down downbears dovnbears downbears
bears in the wild west on his recent recenttrip recenttrip recenttrip
trip tripSoldier
Soldier SoIQI r boys returning rtturningfroII1 from the thePhilippines thePbilippines thePhilippines
Philippines after serving s rving their three threeyears threeyears threeyears
years In the army arm tell ite t it is an an ev everyday everyday everyday ¬
eryday pastime this hIsmanhunUng manhunting and andIt andit
It Is great sport they say though tboughat tboughattimes at attimes attimes
times accompanied with danger as asthe asthe asthe
the blamed cowards wont fight fightuH fightuHin us usin usIn
in the open hut lay in wait and am ambush ambnh ambush ¬
bush us when out on our manhunting manhuntingexpeditions manhnntingexpeditlons man hunting huntingexpedltions
expeditions expeditionsWe
We are not surprised that men who whoare whoare whoare
are hunted to be shot down should shouldseek shou1dseek shouldseek
seek revenge by waylaying their tb ir per persecutars
and andtak an taking every eve advantage advantagepossible
possible to protect themselves and andtheir
their t eir homes and firesides against asainsf1n asainsf1nvaders in invaders invaders ¬
vaders and carpetbaggers We of c tne toeSouth tneSouth tneSouth
South know something of the evils evilsot evilsotcarpetbaggers of ofcarpetbaggers ofcarpetbaggers
carpetbaggers and armed rmed soldiers sol 1ersin 1ersinonr lers in inour Inour
our midst to overawe the people and andput andput andput
put the bottom rail on top topThe topThe topThe
The people of this country are being beingkept beingkept beingkept
kept in ignorance of the true condi conditions con coadltions U Utions ¬
tions In the Philippines but bntsomeof bntsomeofthese some of ofthese ofthese
these days the 1acts facts will come jut joutjand jutand ut utand
and we will have something to talk talkabout talkabontbesides talkabout
about abontbesides besides the e outrages In Russia Russiaand Russiaand Russiaand
and thescandals the scandals in the Russian army armyWe armyWe arrayWe
We are a not trying to excuse Russlaa Russlaaoutrages Russlaaontra RussIaoutrages
outrages ontra es but we weahould should not notattem attempt attemptto pt ptto
to hide our own shame by erring erringStop crrhJgStopthell cryirgStop
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1 CUT ELECTIUI ELCTIuXC1DLDLTS ELCTIuXC1DLDLTSj CODIDim CODIDimFor S SFor
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S S SFor
For Mayor MayorI
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Mayor of Pensacohu > nsaco1 The vote oi
every citizen will be appreciated at
the city election June J JuneCHARLES e 6 6CHARLES 6CHARLES
CHARLES H WELLS WELLSFOR WELLSFOP WELLSt
t FOR MAYOR MAYORS
S I anounce myself as a candidate candidateJroIDce
for JroIDce office of Mayor at election to be beneld be1e1dJune
held 1e1dJune June 6th 6
RIX RIXM M ROBINSON ROBINSONFOR ROBL ROBINSOFOR SOX SOXFOR
FOR MAYOR MAYORThe MAYORThe MAYORThe
The friends o ot C I L Shine hme announce
him as a a candidate lor mayor at a the
city election June 6 and they ask the thesupport thesuPporto th thsupport
support of all votes on that date dateFOR datIJ datIFOR dateFOR
J
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR COLLECT
I hereby announce myself as a can
dldater for reelection to the office o ot
tax collector of the city of Pensacola Pensacolaand PensacolaDd
and ask the support of all l voters a
the city election electionNEILS electionNEILS electionNEILS
NEILS McK IcKOERTING McKOERTINGFOR IcKOERTINGFORCJTYTREASUR OERTING OERTINGFOR
FOR FORCJTYTREASUR CITY CJTYTREASURER TREASURER R
I hereby announce an anuicrn nnce ce myself nys l a candi ¬
date for f r City Treasurer in the city
election ection of June 6 1905 1905MANSFIELD 1905SFIEL 190gMANSFIEL1
MANSFIELD SFIEL MORENO MORENOFcr ORE1WFr 5 5Fcr
Fcr City Cit Marsha MarshaI M1rzhalthereby
I thereby hereby announce that I am a can ¬
didate for City Marshal at the elec ¬
tion to be beleld b held June Jwieti 6 1905 I Ire re
spectfully ask the thesopp support rt of all
voters FRANK NK WILDE WILDEFo WILDEFor WILDSFor
For Fo City Treasurer
I hereby renounce myself as a can ¬
dldate for reelection r ecUon to the oa ofie e o 01
City Treasurer and ask the support supp o oall of ofall J Jnllvoters
all nllvoters voters at the cuy Cl y election to ba
held June 6th
6thJOS
JOS L JOHNSON LJOHNSOXFOR JOHNSONFOR JOHNSoFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I hereby announce myself myselfa a candi ¬
date for the office oIDceof of chief chiefo of the fire
department at the election of June 6 6and 6and 6and
and respectfully ask astyour your support supportJOHN snpportJOHN supportJOHN
JOHN BAKERFOR BAKERFOR BAKER BAKERFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF
I hereby announce myself as as a can
didate for fo chief of the fire department departmentand
and will appreciate appr Iatethe the support of tin th thvoters tiivoters
voters in the election of June 6 1905 1905W 190 190W 1903W
W JR BICKER JR JRFOR JRFOR JRFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I i hereby announce my mY m candidacy for forchief forchief forchief
chief of the fire department of ofPen51 ofPen51cola Pensa Pensacola Pensicola ¬
cola in the city election of June C
1905 JAS C CLARKE CLARKEFOR CLARKEFOR CLARKEFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date for reelection to the office of ofChief otChief ofChief
Chief of the Fire Department election electionJune e1ectialJune electionJune
June 6 1905 and respectfully solicit solicitthe solicItthe solicitthe
the support of OfalI f all my friends friendsJ
J GEO WHITE JR JRFOR JRFOR JRFOR
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 13 13I 13I 13I
I hereby h rebyannounc announce that 1 will be a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate for forreelecUon reelection to to the office oScaof OffiC9of officeof
of precinct alderman from Precinct
No 13 at the city election in June Juneand Juneand Juneand
and ask k the suffrage of the thevoters thevotersOMPRYOR voters votersO
O OMPRYOR OMPRYORFor M PRYOIL PRYOILFor PRYOBFor
For Alderman Precinct 12 12I 12I 12I
I hereby announce myself my eIas as a can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate for reelection as as alderman at atlarge atlarge atInrae
I
large from PrecinctNo Precinct NCL 12 at the thecity theclq thecLt
city cLt election to be b held in June and andaslc andaSkthesnpport andask
ask aSkthesnpport the support of the thevoters voters In the thecity thecIty thecity
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