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TELHPH TELEPHONE ONE No 38 38PENSACOLA 38PENSACOLA 38PENSACOLA J
PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 11 1905
k We Are Going to Stay I I Iin
in inFlorida Florida
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We are now entering that season il Jrthe t
L the year when our affluent neighbor neIg bor la 11talldng 1
talking about leaving for his summer summert summerhome summerhome SUmmerhome t
home going to his lodge In the theAdirondacks theAdirondacks
Adirondacks opening up his cottagej cottagejatBar cottage
at atBar t Bar Harbor or hieing himself away awaywhatever
whatever that means to his canip canipamong
among the Canadian CanadlanlakeS lakes kes kesThe
g The summer resort folder Is s also alsowith alsowith
with us telling temn In picture poetry poetryJ poetryJand
and story of cooling c ollng cascades WItch WItching
ing waterfalls and the thegrandue granduer and andbeauty andbeanty
beauty of 0 mountain lake and stream I
It is all very fine very enticing enticingcharming enticIngcharming
charming to ear earand and eye and alluring alluringto
to imagination and 1d desire alike alikeI I
I But it has no attraction for us u We Weare WeI Weare I
are not going to our summer hometne hometnelakes home the tneIakes thelakes
lakes the mountains a seaside resort resortor resortor
or anywhere else We We could say why whywe whywe whywe
we we are not going but that is not ma material materiaI material ¬
terial terialWe teriaIV
c We V are going to stay right here In InPensacola InPensacolaWe InI
I Pensacola PensacolaWe We expect to keep on onworking onworking onworking
working ten fourteen eighteen hours hoursa hoursI I
a day as occasion may require Just Justas justj justjas justaswe
aswe as we have been doing ever since we wecan wecan wecan
can remember But j
T We shall have our O ur summer fun Just Justthe justthe
the same sameWhen
n I When the morning sun lilts hIs hIsgol4en
i gol4en bead above the horizon he will willwitnessa willwitness
witnessa witness a newspaper slave emerging emergingfrom emergingfroII
from an early bath in the cool clear clearwaters clearwaters
4 I waters of the the bay baythe the most Invlgo InvlgoraUng
rating tonic and enjoyable sport in all allthe allthe
the worldOf world worldOf
i Of an afternoon when the dust dUstandi and andheat
heat beatof of the thecltles cities Is driving men InI InIsaneand in insane inI
I sane saneand and when w n even the pictured picturedhummer picturedsummer
summer resort is unbearable from fromthe fromthe
the jie stagnant atmosphere which no nobreeze nobreeZe
iJ breeze rises to carry away the dallygrlnd dally dallygrind dailygrfnd
grind of life here finds relief and rest restfor restfor restbr
for an hour in a spirited sail ai1 with a aspanking aspanking
spanking gulf iL breeze over the blue bluewaters blueWaters
waters of Pensacola Bay iBaythe the most mostbe mostbe
be ntiful sheet sl et of water on the conu conunent contlnent
iienk nentAt nent nentAt
At evening when the shadows shadowslengthen shadowsJengthen
lengthen athwart the bayou and andthe the tall tallines
c pines ines and rustling palmettos mirror mirrortheir mirrortneir
i1 their likenesses likenes es in its tranquil depths depthsthen depthsthenthen
then thenthen then to sit at anchor In your yourskiff our ourskU
skiff klff and with fish pole In band feel feelyqur f fc1yaur l lQ
yqur Q r line tighten as a fourpound trout trOUtiakes
4 tajs his fresh mullet bait baitwhy why Irs IrswPrth It Itt
t wprth all the summer resorts anJ anJmountain an ant I ImOWltain
t mountain lodges and Canadian camps campson campsan campson
on all au the earth earthAnd earthA11d earthk
k And A11d when you add to this the Vfe Vfeliclousness sThliclousness e eicionsness
liclousness of a Florida summer table tablewith tablewith tablej1
j1 with its ripe watermelons rosy rosypeaches rosyI
E I peaches luscious pineapples and the thehundred thehundred t thundred
hundred joys of o life which field and andgarden andgirden anc I
1 garden and apd stream supply to those thosewho thosaWho thOswho
who wish them there is little left leftwhich lertWhich lerwhich
which even the imagination of the tbeepicure theepicure tluepicure
epicure could desire desireWe des desireWe re reWeare
We Weare are going to stay in Florida an1 an1our an anour nnr
r our friends are requested to reserve reservetheir reservetheir reservitheir
their sympathy s for some one who whoreally whoreallyneeds wh whreally
really reallyneeds needs it We do not notJacksonville notJacksonville
Jacksonville has reelected Mayor Geo GeoM G GeaM o oM p
M Nolen for another two years yearsNow yearni ear3 ear3Now
i Now if Mayor Nolen will just bury buryPeters buryPeterswies bur
Peters Peterswies wifes mother m ther that he has hasbeen hisbeen ha S
been tellingus telllng us about forso Zor so long hat aUI aUIwlIl ai t
will be serene Jacksonville does doesnot doesnot doei S
i not seem to want a new mayor but butthe bu
1 the mayor should at least get a new newstory newstOry ne nestory v
story stOryGreatest storyGreatest J JGreatest
Greatest Story of a Boy BoyETO BoyEver BoyETCr
Ever Written WttttenPaul WrittenFan
Paul Cook the versatile special specialwriter specialter speciat I
t writer ter on the Birmingham AgoHexaid AgeHer AgeHerald g ¬
aId goes on record in favor of the thegreatest thegreatest th e egreatest
greatest story sto ry of o a boy that was ever everwritten r rwr1tten
written as follows followsNow tollowsNow followsNow I
Now that we have perfected the theicoreless thecareless liii e eore1ess
careless apple one is reminded of ofthat o othat oI
I that Incident related by Mark Twain Twainin TwaInIn Ii IiI
I in the immortal Tom Sawyer It Itwlllbe ItWllr I II
I wlllbe Wllr be recalled that Tom was white whitewashing whiteashing whitwashing ¬
washing a afe fence cefor for Aunt Polly very verymuch ver vermuch
much against his personal inclina inclinations inc1lntfons L ¬
tions when a chum chumhoe hove in view iew Be Behind behind ¬
hind a juicy apple The more Tom Tomthought TomthOught Totthught a
thought the more his mouth watered wateredfor wateredfor 4 4e
I for tie fruit and finally by the use useof useor us usof e
of a diplomacy possible only to genius geniusTom geniusTomllot geniwTom
Tom Tomllot not only got the apple but Induc Induced induced lndtur ¬
r ed his friend to whitewash the tberence tberencewnU fence fencewhile fencwhile
while wnU he ate There are many m nyInim nyInimHable Inim Inimitable mm 1 1itabje ¬
itable passages in the thePook book b but it none nonethat Doric Dorictbatis u C Cthat
that tbatis is more morer refrestitas s1i1ngthan than this ac a 0 ¬
co count unt of youthful cajolery If you youare youare youe
are ar arw e getting old and grouchy If the theworld theworld theorld
world w orld does oes not wag to suit suitou you and andyou andu
you yo ou u wax pessimistic don dont waste w ste your yourtime yourtime yourme
t time ti tidi me looking for an elixir of youth outh but butp
dip di < 3 p again into the greatest story of a aboy ay
boy bo y that was ever written writtenThis writtenThis I
This is good advice and The Jour Journal Jourl TournaI ¬ 1
r nal na l wants to add a word to b it by say sayIng S y yg
J Ing In g that if Uyou you have a boy yourself yourselflet yourselflet
let le t the first story book you get g t hInter him himafter
after af ter he is able to read be Tom TomSawyer TomSawyer I Iawyer
Sawyer S awyer or Q Huckleberry Finn FinnThere Finnr Finnhere
There T J here is more in iI i each of them for foroy a atoy aboy
toy b oy or for a man either than in inninetynine it I Inetynine
ninetynine nine ni ynine hundretfths hun lre ths of all the so solled
called ca lled boys books in the libraries of Oi Oie I
the th e world and your boy will be more moreof mor mora
of f a boy and andmore more of a man man for having havingI I
read re ad them
J
Gainesville G and Lake City are each eachcontending cad cadcontending
contending for the state university unIversit r
which the Buckman bill provides S I
for The location of that institution institutionwill i ivill
will now be in the hands of a state stategoverning statgoverning
governing board bp rdto to be appointed by b V j
Governor Broward It Is to be re regretted regretted rcgretted ¬
gretted that the state legislature legISlaturei a
itself could not no have located the tb a
college i
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Municipal Bonds Bondson
on Reasonable Terms TermsNow
Now N6w that the question of bondin bondine bondingthe bonding cr I
the th e city will be up again it will In Interest it L Lerst
terest t The Journals T umalsreatIers readers to learn learnsomething learnsomething lear a
something s of what other cities are aredoing aredoIng ar e eoing
doing d In the way of selling bonds bondsTbe 1
The little city of Jf Mitchell S D a aplace al aac
place p > ace ac of about 4000 population populationand and andalready an d dlready i
already alr a cad heavily bonded has just JU5tiiOldi JU5tiiOldiwater sold soldwater sol d
water w ater and sewer bonds to the
amount amountof am unt untI it
of 060000 o f 60000 bearing be lng 4 434 y per per cent ent Interest Interestand int intere restl t tnd I
and a nd at a small premium The Mitch Mitchell MItci Utch 1 1li ¬
ell c li Republican In reporting the action actionof ctib U Ur i i
of o r the city council In
placing the thebonds th e
bonds b says saysThe s saysThe rs I
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The city council held hel a special specialmeeting specialmeeting sped ti I
meeting Saturday evening for or the pur pu r re ¬ I IPOSe
pose P ° e ot opening openin bids for the 560000 60000 u I
sewer s bonds and for laying water watermains wat r rmains
mains north of the Omaha railroad L
There T here were 12 bids presented for the ti Le
SOQOO QOO bonds Trowbridge Tro wbridgeand and Niver Niv r r
Company of Chicago having two bids bidsone bid B Bne i
one o ne at 5 per cent with 1755 premium premiumand n nnd i
and a nd the other at 4 per cent with wit li i I
2500 premium It t was the opinion n x I
of t some members of the
council that tlu t t
the t he first bid of 5 per cent and 1755 1755premium 17 5 5remium >
premium p remium would be the best on account accountThe acc nccoui unt it itThe t
The Journal Jou nttl Printed PrintedDuring I IDuring J
During May 1905 19O5a 190511961o
a 1 Total of
119610 119610Copies 9610 9610opies
Copies CopiesOr opies
6
Or Orn ci an Average A verago of of4J601
4601 4601Daily 4J601ily 4601DaPY
Daily DailyI ily ilyThe
The following followingllg figures res show The Jour Journals Journals Jot I r rag ¬
nals nu1 circulation c1rcu ation for f each 4 day during duringthemonth durIngtneI durli durlitflemonth ag 5
themonth tneI onth of May 1 ay 1905 9 5with with the aver average av r ragnnmber
age ag agnnmber number of f copies daily dailyMay
May M y 1 1May 1 May 17 4350 4350May 4 4May 50 a
May 2 6100 6100May May 18 4350 4350May 43501 43 50 50May Q
May 3 35150 5150 5150May May 19 4 43501 43 > 350 350May Q
May 4 5100 5100May May 20 4350 4350May 4350j 43 43Maij
May 5 4900 4900May May 21 4750 4750May 47 47May O OMay
May 6 4910 4910May May 22 22May 22May h hM
May M y 7 4950 4950May May 23 4350 4350May 4350May 43 43May
May 8 8May May 24 4350 4350May 4350r1ay9 43 50 50May Q
May r1ay9 9 4500 4500May May 25 4350 4350May 43 43May
May 10 4500 4500May 4 May 26 4350 4350May 43501 43 50 50May Q
May 11 4450 4450May May 27 4350 4350May 43501 43 5O Q
May 12 1244 4450 4450May 0 May 28 4850 4850May 4 4May Q
May Ma Y 13 4450 4450May May 29 29May 29May I
May J44750 14 4750 4750May May 30 4700 4700May 47001 47 47May Q
May 15 May 31 4600 4600May 4 oo ooMay o
May 16 4350 4350T 435QT I ITotal
Total T talfor talfcrmOflth for month 119610 119610Average 119610veragedailycirc 119 to toAverage 0
Average veragedailycirc dally dalIvCIrCUIatIon circulation latfon < > 4601 4601I oi oihereby 1
I hereby certify that the above state statement statement sta to tomeat ¬
ment is correct according to the rec records recids r ec ecd
ords ids d on file in this thifSomce thifSomceHARRY office officeHARRY omceHARRY
HARRY R SMITH SMITHCirculation SMITHClrculat1 SMITHClrculatkfli
Circulation n Manager ManagerSworn ManagerSwom ManagerSorn
Sworn to and andjubscribed ubscribed before me methis methis i e ethIs
this 31st 4 day 1 of May Ma 1905 1905JB 1905J
MaJ
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of thelarge 1arg presalHa pres I1U which Tro 0fI14gt wol4goIsto 0fI14gtiBo 14vgo
iBo the city dtytrezray treasury and d could t be betlsedo beused > e eused
used tlsedo to pay pa outstanding ounciingitet ounciingitetBut Interest lnterestBut
But on further 1urtherCOnsi consideration < 1era t1onltwas it It was wasshown wasshown
shown that thathy by accepting the A 44 per percent percent percent 1
cent bid 6000 6 OOO onld be saved ia min minterest In Interest
terest If UUle tie bonds run rnn for 01 20 years yearsThe yeaTThe ea eaThe
The 11753 1755 755jremlum premium with wI the 5 per percent Itercent percent
cent bonds would be paid mt < Immedi Immediately Immediately Immediately ¬
ately so could not be allowed to draw drawinterest drawinterest
interest for the he city c tr The Theacceptlng Theacceptlngot accepting acceptingof
of the 4V 4 bonds practically shows a asaving asarllig
saving of of 4200 to the city If itt I tie tiebonds e ebonds
bonds run 20 years ars The second bid bidW38
was accepted accc1tedand and the bonfis bon 3 were sold soldto soldt
to t Towbridge Towbrf ge Niver rCo Co at 4 per percent
cent Interest payable semIannually semlannuallyThis I
This demonstrates demon trates that municipal municipalbonds municipalj
bonds can be sold soldand and at a reasonable reasonablerate I Irate
rate of o Interest With Pensacolas Pensacolaspast
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past P st experience to profit by and andwlth with withfull
lullleewav full leeway now to rote a bond issue issueand lssneI lssneand I I
and sell the bonds on a reasonable reasonablebasis reasonablebasIs
basis there should be no delay in the thepreliminaries thepreliminaries
preliminaries of the great work of ofcity ofc
city c ty improvement improveD1 nt whichthe which the next nexttwo nentw
two tw years yearsis is to witness witnessThe WitnessThe
The Punta Gorda rd Herald He ld wants Wants to todivide
divide the state by drawing a line linebetween linebetweenFernandln3 linebetween
between betweenFernandln3 Fernandina and Cedar CedarKey CedarKey I
Key and callmg that thatporUoil portion south southof southof
of the line South Florida The Thewherefore Thewberefore Thewherefore 1
wherefore of the Eeralds desire desirelies
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lies in the educational ed cational bill consoll consolldating consoUdating consQlldating
dating the state stateoolleges colleges into two twoinstitutions twoInstitutionsThe
institutions InstitutionsThe The Herald might get geta
a pointer or two on this division divisionbusiness I
business by Y consulting Key West WestArrival
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at Yladiyostock YladiyostockCrowd Vla divosto divosto7j
7j 7 11tr af afCrowd
Crowd the people to the therampar theramparanxious ramparts rampartsanxious
anxious gazes seaward fling
Ask with whitened lips the question questionwhat questionwhat I
what will tomorrow bring
Lo for weary months monthsweve weve waited waitedmatching waitedmatcblng
matching Hope against ngalnstaespalr ngalnstaespalrSeen despair despairSeen
Seen our navy unk and scattered scatteredseen scatter d dseen
seen our armies disappear disappearReeling dIsappearReeling
Reeling over backward backward backwardthousands backwardthousands I
thousands lying where they fellFrom fell fellFrom
From the gory banks of Yalu Yam to red redMukdens redMukdenssnowy re
Mukdens Mukdenssnowy snowy hell hellLo hellLo
Lo our brothers bones are crying
from the wild Manchurian plain plainAnd plainAnd plainI
And Port Arthurs bloodsoaked bloodsoakedtrenches bloods aked akedtrenches I
trenches echo back the cry cryagain cryagaIn cr r
again againDo agaInDo
Do not let us oh t our > ur brothers dying dyingshed dyIngshed dyin
shed our blood in vain vainSend vainSend vainSend
Send the great white Czar his answer answerlifts answerJUts
lifts our hearts iears ar from black de defeat defeat d ¬
feat featBe featBe
Be ye of good cheer my children childrenfor chIldrenfor L
for I send a mighty fleet fleetBattleships fieetBattleships
Battleships B and cruisers stately r
heavy guns and an gallant men menStrong menStrong
Strong S to wrest the mastery for us usfit usfit
fit t to crown our arms again againNow againNow againNow
Now the day and hour cometh and andour andour an a
our fate Is In the cast castGod cas casGod ca caod
God G od of Battles hear our heart plea pleagive pleagive I
give us victory at last7 last lastMurmurs
Murmurs thus the domed city look lookIng Jookmgever
lug mgever ever toward the these theseHears sea seaHears seaHears
Hears a thrilling cry go gOupwarJ gOupwarJSee upward upwardSee npwar I ISee
See a sail sal1lson Is on the lea leaBush l leaush a
Bush R ush the crowds wjth hearts elated eJtltedcheering atet I
cheering wildly on the tlJ jaY jaYee way
See S ee a lonely cruiser limping slowly slowlyslowly sloWlyiiJowlyup lowl3 r
slowly iiJowlyup up the th bay bayBattle j jBattle
Battle scarred and smoke envelopeO envelopet1rent 1
rent with shot and torn with withshell withshell wit h
shell shellHalf shellHalf
Half H alt her sailors dead deadordying1 or dying bodies bodieslying bodieslyIng S Slying
lying where they the fell feUGhastly fellGhastly
Ghastly coming woeful welcome God GO GOin
In Heaven can It bet be beThat
That of all the Czars C rs proud squad squadron Squad Squadthou quadron
ron thou alone hast mn n to tome toBows tome
me meBows F
Bows his head the palefaced captain captainflings Ptain Ptainfiings
flings his arms in wild despai
Would to God my corpse was lyingwith lying lyingwith
with my stricken comrades comradesthere comradesthere
there thereNeath thereNeath
Neath the blue Corean waters waters1 It Ithad Ithad
had been a happier fate fateEre fateEre
Ere this news I lha4 J ha < j Jp brJng thee theelong
long sought haven found too toolate toolate
late lateBlame
Blame us not oh v waiting citywe city we have I
done what men could do doThrough doThrough doThrough
Through days and nights of toil and andwatching andwatching andwatching
watching we have sought to 10come tocome tocome
come to you youThirteen youThirteen youThirteen
Thirteen thousand thousanLmll milea have van
Ished neath our Ou squadrons squadronfoaming
foaming track trackSince trackSlnee trackSince
Since the Great White Father bade badeus badeus
us go and win his prestige back
And we set that star before us usthrough U3through usthrough
through storm and toil watch watchand watchand watchand
and woe woeSwearing woeSwearing
Swearing that wed die ie or conquer conquer
longing soon to meet me t the foe
And we met him fatal morning big bigwith bigwith bigwith
with Russias Russi s hapiess fate
Strove to force our way not knowing I
iDevIl Togo held the Strait
Devil Togo and his seamen fiery de demons demons deIflons ¬
mons of the sea se seSpitting
Spitting biting stinging barking
not one chance in ten had we
Held the Strait Strailand and held our otirfortun fortunes
In the hollow holloWDt of his band
Crushing all our hopes forever heaped heapedwith heapedwith heapedwith
with woe wo our fatherland f1therl nd
Scattered all our ourfieet fleet before him himshattered himsbattered blmshattered
shattered broken sunk and
fled fledFiIJed fledFilled
Filled the wide wprld w rld with his glory
filled the Straits with Russian R usslan
dead deadFrom deadFrom deadFrom
From that trap of death Infernal
from that foaming mouth n ntth of o
hell hellWe heUWe hellWe
We alone of all aLh alithat that t sgtjajJrop bavc bavcescaped bavcescaped
escaped the tale to tell
Toll thy bells ph h Vladivostok around aroundQ
thee ee thick Ick the shadows > fall
And thy monarch weeps We p In anguish P
in his distant dlstantm marble rblehalJ hall
Weeps in anguish hapless ruler rulerreIgning
reigning oer a hapless ha lesa land
Goes he in the dusk dU sk a spectre sp eche ghastly ghas tIy
red capped capp d watch in hand
Hears he on the wind a murmur mUrmur mUrmurgrowing
growing every day da more mor bold r
In the th th9 balance weighed thourt want ¬
lug ingThy lngThy
Thy doom is sealed thine hour
tolled tolledRises tolledRises tolledRises
Rises up a mighty nation armored
buckled sword word In graspi gr gras sp
Master of the East forever gives to toall toall t tall
all a friendly frJ I Y clasp
Sees S s the world her herjJrJ bright sun su rising ris rison
on onber her n r brow bro11opesgJaw Hopes glowing 1g star
Ready hence lence to l meet all nations
Come In Peace ace or rComeJn Come in war l
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The Th e Appointment of ParkhiH ParkhiHThe ParkhillThe
The appointment of Judge Carter Carterto Cart Carterthe r rto
to the bench In this circuit and ot otJudge otJndge otdge
Judge 1u dge Pafkhill Jarkh ll to the Supreme bench benchhas oeachhas
j has ha s aroused arousedcrlticism criticism in lii some quarter quarterand quarrerand quarterd
and an d by those who evidently do not Iiotun Iiotunderstand un understand ¬
derstand de rstand the situation It lLhas has been an anopen anopen
open op opC en secret for some time that Judge JudgeCarter Judgecarter
Carter C arter has been anxious aIlXlO S to retire from fromthe fromthe
the th e Supreme Supremecourt court In order to engage engageIn engagein
In a more active life and It has been beenhis beenhIs beens
his hi s intention at no distant day to re resign raign rea reagn ¬
sign si ign gn and take tak up the practice of o his hisprofession hisprofession hisofession
profession pr prca TWs TkI would 011d leave a va vacancy v vcancy vancy ¬
cancy ca ncy which whichJndge Judge Parkhill Is In every everyway eVe y yway
way w ay qualified to tofill fill and his elevation elevationleft elevationlelt elevationft
left le ft a vacancy vacan vacancjan Yon on the bench In this thiscircuit thIscircuit
circuit ci rcuit a place that hundreds of OJu orJucge orJucgearters Judge JudgeCarters g gCarters
Cou Carters C arters friends have bavelon long been anxi anxious anxious anxis ¬
ous ou s to seehim see him In and Tor or these rea reasons reLsons reans ¬
sons So Soca ns the exchange ex Iiange if such It may be becalled becalled belled
called ca cabo lled was made and on account of It Itboth Itboth Itth
both bo th the Judges Jud es and the people are to tobe 0 0be
be congratulated congratulatedDeruniak DeFuniak Breeze BreezeMr BreezeMr
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Mr Justice Now NowIt NowIt NowIt
It fs S now Mr lrJustice Justice Parkhill ParkhillJudge parkh1llJUdge Parkhlllr Parkhlllrdge
Judge Ju Juci dge Chas ChasB B Parkhill parJ llll of the first firstcircuit firstcircuit firstrcuit
circuit ci < rcuit having resigned to accept a aseat aseat aat
seat se at on the Supreme Court bench An Anable Anable Anle
able ab le jurist and most excellent gentle gentleman gentleman gentloan ¬
man m an Justice JtisU e Parkhlll will bring bringal bringalditionaJ aJ aJditional altlonal
ditional di ditr tlonal lustre to our o rbighest highest legal legaltribunal legalttibunat legalibunaLMadIson
tribunal tr ibunaLMadIson Madison New NewEuterprise Enterprise EnterpriseDecent Enterpriseecent
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Decent D ecent Municipal Politics PoliticsThePensacola PoliticsThe PoliticsThe
ThePensacola The Pensacola Journal is doing doinggreat doInggreat doIngreat
great g reat service for its home city by bystriving bystriving byriving
striving st riving for decent municipal politics politicsand poliUcsand po1iUcnd
and a nd the elimination of traffic In negro negrovotes negrovotes negrcotes
votes v Through the efforts of Mr MrFrank llrrank Mrrank
Frank F rank 1 L Mayes editor of The he Jour Journal Journal Joural ¬
nal n al a white democratic primary was wascalled Wascalled va vaalled
called c and a ticket named that carries carriesthe carrlc3the I Ihe
the t he candidacy of reputable citizens citizensand clUzensaI ciUzennd
and aI a nd believers In the white mans gov government government ¬
ernment e To the disgrace 0 of the govr dit3 dit3nd ity ityand itYand r
and a nd the state an Independent ticket ticketwas ticketwas ttckeias
was w as nominated and shame to relate relateanother relateanothernewspaper relatenother
another anothernewspaper a newspaper of o Pensacola has hasendorsed hasendorsed ha handorsed
endorsed e and ai d worked vmrkedfor for the success successof successof 5 5f
of o f the Independents Ind pendents who could only onlywin ohlywin ohl r rin
win w in by b toadying to the negroes and andthrough andthrough an I Irough
through th rough total disregard of doctrines doctrinesof 3 3f
of o f democracy democra In carrying on its fight fightagainst tightagainst flgbgainst
against a the th city ring slimy sUmywith with negro negrocontamination negrocontamination iegnontaminatIon
contamination c The Journal and the thedemocratic thedemocratic th themocratic
democratic d candidates didate8 have been abus abused abused abusd ¬
ed e d and nd insulted beyond description by b r
the t he coterie of office seekers who de depend depend d dend I rI ¬
pend p end for political life on the votes of ofthe ofthe 0 r rhe
the t he negro and degraded white men menWe menWe
We do not believe b 1tcYo it possible p ible for such suchcondition suchcondition Li Liondition
condition c to prevail in any other sou southern southern so L Lhem ¬
thern t hem city and we trust trust that the white whitedemocratic whitedemocratic 0 0emocratic
democratic d voters of Pensacola Pensacolawlll Pensacolawlllbe will willbe wil Li Lie
be b e present in sufficient number at the thepolls thepolls tb C Colls
polls p olls to crash cmsh forever the tyackana tyackanawhlteandtan lackan1 lackan1whiteandtan I Ihiteandtan
whlteandtan w element which has hasdIs hasdIsgraced dis disgraced dI dIraced ¬
graced g raced and handicapped the city cIt cItBartow cityartow
Bartow B artow CourierInformant CourierInformantPolitical CourierIQ CourlerIqormanLa ormant
a a a aolitical
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Political P Microbe Expelled ExpelledBoth ExpelledBoth ExpellecJBoth
Both Pensacola and andJa JackSDnvil1 JackSDnvil1have Ja ks ksnVIi ksnVIirave nvn nvn1rave
have i rave now got the political microbe microbeout mIctobeout e eDt i
out C Dt of their system for the summer summerJacksonville summerJacksonYiUe summeracksonville
Jacksonville J TimesUnion TimesUnionPensacola TimesUnionPensacola
a a a aPensacola
Pensacola Fans Hit HitThat HitThnt HitThat
That Sunday baseball bas ball law was not notforgotten notforgotten nc t torgotten
forgotten f in the hurry and hustle to toget t tget 3 3et i
get g gd et through and notwithstanding the thedilatory thedilatory th e eilatory t
dilatory d and filibustering tactics of Its Itsopponents Itsopponents It s spponents
opponents o the bil bill was passed by the thesenate thesenate th e eenate r
senate s and now only awaits the gov governors g07enors go gonos ¬
ernors e nos slgnaturoio signiltura1obecome become a Jaw JawAnd laT r rAnd
And there gs g wiping w ping wailing ani an 1
gnashing g of teeth in Pensacola Jack Jacksonville Jacksonvil1e ¬
sonville s and Tampa Tam TampaMadison paMadison Madison N6w N6wEnterprise N
Enterprise EnterprIseJacksonville 1 1Jacksonville
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a a aacksonville
Jacksonville J Not in it itThe itThe
The Pensacola people and polltlcians poUUcianscan polltl
cians cianscan c can give Jacksonville cards cariIsand cariIsandspadeS and andspades
spades s in the pouucal game and beat beatto beatto beato
to t o the finish fi lsh when it comes to real realsensational rqIsensat1ona1
sensational s politics poUtlcsMadIsqn Madison New NewEnterprise NewEnterprls
Enterprise EnterprlsBlount j jBlount
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Blount for forGvernor forGvernorTh Gyernor i iThe
The Th Jasper JasPeiNewssuggest News suggests the tbeof name nameof nam namot
of Hon H 1 W A Bioant m un of Pensacola Pensacolafor Pensacolafor
for f or the next gubernatorial gubernator a vacancy vacancyand vacancyand
and the Chipley Banner seconds s conds tne tnesuggestion tnesuggcsUo
suggestion s remarking thaf thata better betterselection I Iselection
selection could not be bemai made t It Is IsIs IsIs IsI
Is I too early to consider the matter atteror atterorchoosing of ofchoosing ofchoosing
choosing a successor to Governor G < nerl or Bro Brcward Browardanl1 13roward
ward wardanl1 and although it is clearly West WestFloridas WestFloridas WestFloridas
Floridas turn Senator enator Blount Is not notto notikely
likely l to entertain any such aspira aspirationsTallahasee aspirationsTallahassee
tionsTallahasee Tallahassee True Democrat DemocratBouquet DemocratBouquet
Bouquet for The Journal JournalPensacola JournalPensacola JournalPensacola 1
Pensacola has greater reason r son thanever than thanever thanever
ever for being very veri proud oud O of The heJour heJournal Jour Journal
nal and its brilliant editor Frank L LMayes LMayesSt
Mayes MayesSt St Augustine Record RecordBut Recorda I I
a a a i r
But Gaining Fast i iPensacolas I
Pensacolas new city directory dire diretOr1giTs diretOr1giTsthat toqgIv toqgIvthat gives givesthat
that city a population of 29550 Con Considerable Considerable ¬ 4 4siderable
siderable less ess than Jacksonville JacksonvilleJacksonville Jacksonv1l1eJacksonville
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The Florida Judiciary JudiciaryThe JudiciaryThe JudiciaryThe I
The exchange of judicial positions positionsIn
In the First Circuit of Florida came camesomewhat camesomewhat camesomewhat
somewhat as a surprise Thursday last lastwhen lastwhen lastwhen
when It was announced that Judge JudgetParkhlll JudgeParkhill JudgeParkh11l
tParkhlll of the Circuit Court and andJudge andJudge andJudge
Judge Carter of the Supreme Court Courthad Courthad Courthad
had resigned and had been nominated nominatedby
by the theso governor ernofOI for reappointment reappointmentbut
but not for the same positions but for foran foran foran
an exchange of places placesJustice placesJustice j jJustice >
Justice Carter is said to havq been beenone beenne beenone
one ne of the most industrious men who whoever whoe whoever
ever e ersat sat on the Supreme Court bench benchfand ben benand benchand f
and it has been no secret that he de desired deired dcsired ¬
sired a change changethe the change < that oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred Wednesday last lastJudge lastJudge lastJudge
Judge Parkhill never sought thepos theposition thePositlon theposition
ition of Circuit judge it was thrust thrustupon thrustupon thrustupon
upon him but he has served with dis distinguished dlstinguisbed disI ¬
tinguished ability and given general generalsatisfaction generalsatisfaction generalsatisfaction I
satisfaction satisfactionA I tA I
A judgeship In Florida on either the theSupreme thcSupreme
Supreme or Circuit benches Is no sine sinecure sinecure sinecure ¬
cure or place lace of easy idling Theyr Theyriqulre Theyrquire Theyrquire
quire much hard h rd work to fill and there thereis thereis ther <
is always plenty to do The demand demandis I
is constant and it requires a good con constitution on onstitutlonand ¬
eonI
stitution stitutlonand and much patience to hold holdeither holdeither hoheither I
either position positionThere positionThereae j
There Thereae are many attorneys who would wouldaccept wouldac L
accept ac ept neither position from the fact factof lacq lacqof factI t j
of the tneamount amount or labor to perform and andthe andthe an antlie I
the inadequacy inadequacypf f the compensation compensationSome COmpensationSome compeusat1ocSome
Some attorneys at atthe the bars of the theTlbriaa th thFl
FlorIda Fl rHla counts JQutsma1te onts make double per year yearin r
Infees in fee what are paid aId Judges In sala salaTies salat salatmes salarIes yeait f t t
Ties rIesFlorida j I
Florida is very fortunate in having bavin bavinsuch
such suc able ble and conscientious men to toserve toserve tc tcserve I
serve her as judges The people nave naveimplicit haveinpJicit hav havimplicit
implicit confidence in their th ir Integrityandnot Integrity
andnot and not one of ofthe the eight Circuit Crc integrityC It or six siXSupreme st stsupreme C
Supreme Court judges has a blot upon uponhis uponhis upo I Ihis
his moral moralolegal or o legal record They are ar arnot re renot t
not partisans or pettifoggers but JnT JnTstead jDi 1 I
stead men of high attainments cou couservative couervaUve
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The followaing Interesting Intere ting data was wasrecently Toasrecently
recently r published by a booklet Is Issued Issued ¬
sued s ued by the JJIount Real Estate Co Coof Coof
of o f Jacksonville JacksonvilleThe JacksonvllIThe JacksonvilleThe
The following compilation Of facts factsfrom factsrom ac acfrom
from f rom the th books of the Con Cowtrol1ei > itrollers itrollersDepartment JtrollersDepartment
Department will give a l clear and con convincing conVincing convinclng ¬
vincing idea of the material and andfinancial andfinancIal andfinancial
financial condition of the th Scale Its Itsdesirability it > I Idesirabllity
desirability as a location fjor or reI1u reI1uerative remuuerative
erative Investments and ior h iime iimefor nle nlefor
for every individual of energy and andthrift andthrift
thrift thriftThe thriftThe thriftThe
The rate of taxation levied in the theyear theear theyear
year ear A A D 19Q2 for general revenue = to topay topay topay
pay the appropriations for the cur current cirrent ¬
rent expenses of the State and for forInterest forinterest fornterest
Interest i on the bonded debt ebt was wa two twoand twpand twoand
and one onehalf half 2 mills and the thetaC thetaCrafe thetaxrate tax taxrate
rate levied for the same purpose fur lorthe turthe furthe
the year A D 1S03 was wa one and one onehalf Qn Qnhalf onehalf
half 1 14 mills a reduction of o one onemill onemill
mill millThe The State tax ta rate tot O all purposes purposesas purpo > es esas
as authorized by th Legislature is issix issix issix
six and onehalf 6 Gy mills mi1l36 as fcl fclU flcnia il ils ilG
U TS TSOrwral s
Orwral G ievenueto pay P3 the ap appropriations appmpi appropriatlons ¬
propriations pmpi tlons for the tJ current currentcxpevbes currentxrebes currentexpebes
cxpevbes o or the tae 1 and ncdfor m mf
for f 4 r interest on thi t tb H bonded bondeddebt bondeddebt bondeddebt
debt eo u > 3 mills millsSchool mmsSchool mIllsschool
School School Tax 1 mill 1 1PensIon
Pension Taxj Tax r 2 mills millsBoard nilllsBoard millsBoard
Board of HealthTas 11 14 mill millTotal millTotal
Total 6 mills millsThe millsThe millsThe
The tax levied for each of the di
ferent State purposes for the wear wearA wearA wearA
A D 1902 and an andA < 1 A D D1903 1903 was as fol
lows
102 1903 1903Mills 1903IiJIs 1003Mills
Mills Mills MillsGeneral j jGeneral
General revenue to pay paythe paythe paythe
the appropriations approprittiDns for forthe forthe forthe
the currentsexpenses currentsexpensesand current exp expenses expensesand nses nsesand
and interest on bond bond3eht bondebt bon bonbt
3eht ebt bt as reduced re uced by 4byGovernor byGovernor byGovernor
Governor GovernorState 2 2Y 2 2State y yState
State School Tax fixed fixedby fixedby fixedby
by Constitution 11 11Pension 1 1 1 1J 1Fension
Pension J > Tax increased increasedin
in 1903 by byLegisIat byLegisIature Legislat Legislature ¬
ure 1 2 2Board 2Board 2 2Board
Board of Health Tax Taxfixed Taxfixed Taxfixed
fixed by statue no au authority authority anthority
thority to reduce reduceTotaU V2 V2Total f fT
Total TotaUIt T tal 5 5 5It
It will be seen een from the above abovethat abovethat abovethat t
that the General Revenue tax In con connection connection connection ¬
nection with which the Governor Governorwas Governojwas
was vested with discretion wasre wasreduced was reo reoduced ¬
duced In A D D1903 1903 one on mill below belowthe bel rer w wtbe r
beIdcr
the rate rateto to which hIchitwasrdUdb3 hIchitwasrdUdb3Izini it was reduced re d by byhim bYhim r
him for A D Di9 1302 s thus usredu reducing redu tn5to tn to t tiiuiiIiiiiiiii
iiuiiIiiiiiiii
that t extent < < the amount to be cal ii iiected
lected l from the tax payers P = 1yers to meet meetthe meetthe mee ti
tt the t he current expenses of the State and an LI LIo
to t o psy Pl fthe the interest on the honded I
debt The increase in the total rate rat 0 0or
for f or A D 1902 Is due to an increase e
by the Legislature of one mill oai oaiaccount 01 01account o a aaccount j i
account of the Pension Tax which whichwas iii iiiwas s
was was rendered Ie n dered necessary by the ad adI ac L
dition to tq the roll of pensioners pensionersWhile I II
While the Governor was vested bjj b l i
tt the t Legislature with power to reduce e
the t he pension tax it would have causes causesgreat cause l lgreat i i
great hardship for him to have done doneso doneso don C Cso
so Such a reduction would have net n ncessitated I
cessitated a pro rata reduction of the theamount thel1mount th I
amount fixed law I r
by to be paid to topensioners topensioners i
pensioners and thereby defeated the thepurpose tb C I Ipnrpose I
purpose of the Legislature that that thatstipulated tha LU I Istlpulatedamount I
stipulated stlpulatedamount amount should be paid to toeach t °
each pensioner as the law directs j I i I
It waspossfl was possible > le to reduce the tax taxspite tn c crate
rate tor or General eneraI Revenu9purposes Revenue purposes in inspite I U Uspite j I I
spite of the fact that the Legislature Legislaturei e eof
or A D 1901
i > appropriated about 328
00000 for i
extraordinary purposes S Senlarging t
enlarging capitol educational Instli Inst Ij
tutions etc and the Legislature of f t
A p 1903 190 I Itraordinary
appropriated for or like ex e
traordinary pUJPoses about 440 I i
educational institutions instituu I
ons unit u
form system of county high schools schoolsetc i I
etc payable from the money det detRevenue de di a arived si I
rived from taxation for Ihe
Gencral
iIj j
Revenue Fund from iIjI I II
which theregui the reU1 reuTlar I I
lar current expenses and Interest on
the theStat State debt w wje ge epai1 paid paidzens paliThere
There is everj eVerfeason reason for our citi
zens zen to be gratified with the present
financial condition of the State The
bonded debt d bt has been reduced until
the indebtedness only amounts to t
00156700 6100 in three per cenTbond cent bondIissued bonds
Issued under the Act of IJioi ibuIand and the th v vare
are all held by the Educational Funds
of the State StateNo StateNo StateNo
No other indebtedness of any anykIn1 anykIn1exists kind kinlexists kindexists
exists and all
legal claims are prompt ¬
ly paid upon n on presentation There is isan isan Isan
an aggregate balance of 50766140
In the State Treasury Tr asuIj Of f which 269
fl68o8 Q6S 8 is to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund to meet current ex ¬
penses The tax rate for this pur ¬
pose paeisthe poads is The lowest with perhaps one
or two exceptions of any of the
States in the Union UnionThe unionThe
The TheohIy only true basis of a sound
financial condition Is f that the th Income
must exceed exc d the expenditure and the theTflgures
tfgures show that this has been ac aC ¬
complished complishedIt
It should be borne In mind tbat this th
Satisfactory s satisfactory tistactorYcoadiUon condition hasA hasAnot hj ha not been beenmaterialJires be n
brought t a8o aot < < tflt at the sacrtfi eo e of any myf
materialJires mterI1 t 1Jt t of
T the theStateJ state I bt Btw OI1 OI1r
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the contraryliberalpravisk cootlarJ cOitraY 1iber h is1 AS s have havebeen bvebeen hivebeen
been made for toreacli eacm cac Branch branchd bI5UC < tie eor eorheen Ct Cternment OVeminent
eminent educational Institutions bav bavbeen have havebeen
been fostered and unfortHE unfortHEfor uriforltlIatescar n1ifOrtDatfor d dlor
for In themost the most substantial manner Taannerconsistent mannerconsIstent auner aunerconsistent
consistent with due dueregarJi10i regard for the tnewelfare th thwellareof thewelfare
welfare wellareof of the whole wholepeople people peopleIn
In A D 18JS the 1helSs assessed ss ssed sse TaV TaVUon vaIu vaIution valiflaon
Uon ti on of all taxab taxable property was 93 93atlon 93OO28375
9 OO28375 and Jn A D 1 14OO OO the vaIil vaIilaUon yaltitlon
atlon a had increased increasetito to 9668685400 9668685400a 96686S54Oagain 966865400gain
a again gain of ot278G 2786130 2786il3025 1305 5 or nearly nearlythree nearlythree nearlyhree
three t million dollars dollarsDuring doll dollJJuringtlle dollarsDuring
During JJuringtlle the sa same I1 period of time timefrom tlmefrom timerom
from f rom A D 1901 toA to D1903 D1903the the theas theasessed as assessed assessed ¬
sessed s valuafion of the taxable prop property propeIty proprtl ¬
erty e rtl Increased Incre sed from irom97j 97 97s5l4l190O 5149200 19 O to tolU33373500an
11133373500 lU33373500an an In increase crease of 413 41382543O 13 1378253oa
782 78253oa T 82543O 4300 or nearly nearlyf9mteen fourteen million milliondollars millIondoUars millionollars
dollars d This shows very satisfac satisfactory satisfactory ZatISacory ¬
tory t ory progress particularly part1cu arry m in 1 the lat latter latter later ¬
ter t tt er period which is 1 beneficial to the thetax tnetax tileax
tax t ax payer as a > the tax rate is baed b ed on onthe 01the outhe
the valuation of f the property A Ahish Ahisher high higher
er e r valuation means a ar reduced duced tax ta rate rateand nt ntand ratend
and a nd less taxes tax to be collected c lleeted upon nponeach uponach
each e ach dollar of the assessed < jjralua jjraluatlon Y yaluaion ua uatIon
ion l of property
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Talk about reviving the whipping whippingpost whipplnpostsaid whIpp1Iiost
post postsaid p ost said a lady formerly ofKen ofKentucky of Ken Kentucky Kentheity ¬
tucky now nowvisitingn visiting ia Pensacola > re reminds reminds ¬
minds be of my childhood cJ 1i ldhood dh od in Eastern EasternKentucy FastenKentucy
Kentucy When I lwaS was o little girl girlany
any anyofIeI a ny offense se below five dollars tad ad a awhipping awhipping t twhipping
whipping post penalty penaltyJdhn penaltYJ
Jdhn J hn McDowl was H arrested for forstealing lorstealing fo fotealing L
stealing s a hog ho killing and andselllng selling it itas itas
as was wa proved by the ears The mark markyou
you know is always put on n the tbcears ears earsof 3
of hogs My father fat fatherattorney erattorneyor attorney for Mc McDowl Meowlsald McDowlsald
Dowl owlsald said It was the clearest case caseof caseot cas
of theft and told his client client4I cHentci
4I I cant ca save you John Youll Youllhave You11have You Youhave I
have to take the stripes stripesThe stripesThe
The sentence was forty lashes on onthe onthe rn rnthe I
the bare back with the catonlnetalls catonlnetallsand
and they werent weren t laid on very hard hardeither hardeithe I
either Fur in everbody liked old John JohnMcDowl JohnMcDowl Jobii i
McDowl Yes they did tiI didthe the good goodnatured goodnatured goo i
natured old foolHe fool foolHe
He took his stripes like a aman amanNever man manNever manNever L
Never grunted
The next thing on the docket d ket that thatsame thatsame thaif t
same term of court was the case caseo caseoOld of ofOld 0 if
Old Wyley McDyre He Hewa3nt wasnt very veryold vcr I Iold
old but we called him old through throughdisrespect throughdisespecL througiI
disrespect His ± Is wife was an invalid invalidand fnfalidand invalidand I
and he had a daughter dat ber named = Maryshe Mary Maryshe
laryd
she was the tb sweetest girl girlwho who had hadto hadto ha d
to support him hfmand and the mother too L
toci
Some of the neighbors got mad madat ma maat i
at the way he treated them and mari had hadhim hadhim ha hahim ri
him up for Vagrancy They sold soldvagrants fioldvagrants oli olivagrants
vagrants then So when he was put puton Puton pu puon
on the block for sale father made madeJohn madeJohn madJohn
John < McDowI McDowlafter after he had been beenwhipped beenwhippedand bee
whipped whippedand and had Just got his shirt shirton shIrtonbid shimonbid t
on onbid bid on him bimTolm John bid a quarter quarterand r
and old Wyley was knocked down to tohim tohim t thim 0
him himYou
You know the McDowls YcD > wls hadnt a acent acent
cent of money money and father gave him himthe himthe hit a
the quarter and a ld he handed It to the thesheriff theshetU th thshetiff e
sheriff That quarter went Into the thecounty theCounty th e ecounty
county treasury of i > course them th mdars days
After John Job got old Wyley he said saidNow saidNow
Now Judge Thdgewliatlr whafir hatlt I do with withhim withhim wit ft fthim
him himwhy Why Whysald said ai father tathertake take him home homewith homewith born e ewith
with you OU and an d make him work He Hebelongs B e
belongs to you now for three months monthsyou monthsyQu mont1iyou Hel 3
you know knowBut k1 ow 1
But Buttheresno theres no more work on my ifl ifllittle y
little place than I rc can n do myself myselfDont
Dont you ou work said lathe fathermake lathemake lathemake jl jlDont
make him do the work and you YouIJossl boss bosshim bo bohim
him He H belongs to TouX You YbU Youvegot Youvegotthe Youv Youvegcthe got gotthe
the dog dognov now wdont dont you ou do any bark b rk
In
John tried old Wyley awhile He Henever Henever B Bnever s
never cam came to town townwlthput without bringing bringintheold j
the theold old vagrant vagrantwlthhim with him im and an as astbat1 that thz thzlazy t
lazy old thing got enough to eat catandJ and d
he ate like a hog hoghe he didnt care for for1 IC r rthe P
the disgrace of IL it John said to fa father I a ather
ther i1 er one day dayJudge dayJudge dayJudge
Judge its harder work for me to tomake tomake I Imake
make that thatvagahond vagabond work than to tot do j
it t myself myselfBut myselLBut
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But he kept him through the whole wbo le
three t months monthsthought thought be had toi to t 0 I
that was the law lawthen then gladly turned turn li
him h im loose to again a n burden bu en and ij dl dis disgrace 5 ¬ i
grace his lck ic1 ck wife wlfeand and overburdened overburdenedyoung overburdenedOUDg d doung T
young y daughter daughterTOO daughterTOO
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TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION CLASSIFICATION1WANTED CLASSIFICATIOJWANTEDC
WANTED WA WANTEDC TEDC01ored Colored lored girl about 16 or ir r I
18 years old to do general house bou se
work woI Bayou Apply to Mrs Mr AI Anderson Big Blg1 B ig
lljun lljunJ lijunFOR I
FOR J SAL SALEThre E JFhreS Thr uptodate movln moving ig j
PIcture machines gas outfit trunks truni s i
lithographs l screens 10000 feet of ofl j
moving pictures 300 stereoptican stereopticanj Lu a
slides s 5 5 illustrated songs son f ready for I or r
the t he road a bargain Adaress
P O Oj 0 I
Box ox 653 Pe
Pensacola a FIll
It ItWANTED its itsWATEDzjfl i
WANTED w WATEDzjfl M Men
en to learn barber trade trad Ic
We originated this sshort short method mejb of
instructions In 1895 and have taught tang hi t
nearly all who have Teamed lear since slnc e I
Practical experience little I
expense expen e v
Catalogue free 1 1I
Moler Barber
Col Ci il I
I ege > ge New Orleans La Laci lljunSt
WA TED2 01 3 furnished I
rooms root Os 5
for light house k keeping epfngOI1 on North Nor
BpI Bill near < Palafox PaIafoxstreet atr atrwithout Street by cDuple cou
without W thout children Address d ress Stranger
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care this th1 office
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In Pensacoia PenEac t Fairprices Fair air Prl pridea prideaWhy es to alt altThompsons allWhy
Why Use j jpmIo r 1jpr JI p When
can buy Kelso elso BoD Bond French reflch DlinIty you
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NOTICE NOTICEe NOT NbT1c Eo
Capt Rodublavepf ocheblave e of the Steamer
lXonarch Will leave Penacola at
6151
p Il1 and 1ett1rIt retnrijjat leaTtnSWarrIngton
at 10 oclock roEt p p in 1t forthe o tii a mniOda
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CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
There win be b a meeting of thIs
body on the first and third Wedne We >
days of each month at 730 p n AT Ar t
delegates are requested r qt ested to t be b pre pr
ent Z W ROBERTS
W I L DELAY President
Secretary SecretaryPensacola SecretaryPenacola SecretaryPensacola
Pensacola Lodge ctdge No 3 K j o or r p pmeets pmeets pmeets
meets every ever Monday loIordayevenlng evening at 8H 8Gi
oclock at tbelr theirCas the1 Castle Hall 3Ion 3Io Ioun
Watson building corner Palafox al11 j
Garden streets Visiting Vlsitin brethren cnV CO I
dlally welcomed welcomedH
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Rathbone 1orl e NO
30 3 A KL of P meets 1etc ever eerl
4 Thursday evenla evening at 809 809oclock 80 80o 3Uoclock
oclock o clock hi their the Castle
baIl third Coor oar Blouat
Watsoa building smIth smIthw stiwest
BA west w corner Palafor Pahf PahfGarden aa <
Garden streets Vtsitln VxIUng
kcightd kuigh kuighordially e ecordially
cordially c welcomed welcomedE welcomedEBCERUTICcL
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C J Levy Tevy evy K K of R I S SKnight SKnights SKnI9hts
Knight of ofCotumus ofCotumusMeetin3 Columbus Columbusfc Co1urnbuMeetJng
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Knights or ColulbtU ° lUmbus
are held at their hall
No No8 o S West lnt lntenden 7e
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Monday eenln evening
730 oclock Aa A i In
Titation Is extenrto extended
leniled leniledJOHN
to t o visiting Knights KnightsJOHN KnightsJOHN
JOHN B JONES
EDM FOX Grand Knlrht Knl ht
Recorder RecorderPensacola RecorderPensacola 6 6Pensacota
Pensacola Ledge No 4 I o c cTT O F
Pensacola Ix Lodge > dge No 4 I L 1 O b O oeets V Vneets f
neets ce m eets ts every ev ry Thurscfay cvcnmr t 7w 7wat iV 7 7at
at the new n w hall on West Westtreet Gai Gaistreet zaJ1 zaJ1street
street s Visitinga Visit1n brethren brethrenN cordtol cordia
lavlted NA N A NED 1oEIISON SON N o
B BR R WITKOVSKl Secretary j3ecretaryREBEKAH SecretaryRESEKAH SecretaryREBEKAH
REBEKAH SISTERS SISTERSNaoail SISTERSNaonl 3tsT 3tsTNaomi
Naomi Lodge No 10 Rebekah qi qiters 5Is
tarS coots every very Monday nirht ni riS t Ti TiS I
S oclock In L 0 O F flail vit VI
lung sisters cordially invited
to topresent toresent
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present p resent MISS NEITA M ELLIOTT ELLIOTTMISS ELLIOTTMISS
MISS S MAMIE MAl FRiSEMAN FMA Secretary SecretaryWOW S Se SeLive er
WOW WOWLive WOWIveOak
Live IveOak Oak Camp No L 1 1 W O w v vmeets
meets in Pythian PiI Hall 1st 1t and 3rf 3r
Wednesdays Wedneys in each ec eaciiverelgns month mot Viaiunj Viaiunjsovereigns V lUn lUnsovereIgs 3r
sovereigns sovereIgs cordially enJiy Invited InvitedP 1 ltd
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Excelsior Ee ceIsIor lslor Encanpment E pmcn 1 o 0OF 7T O F
Excelsior Ecelsior Encampment Ecampment No 4 4on Jr JrOH
on second cd ad and fourth firh Ivednesdava IvednesdavaL li ednedyS edneziays mot
L O O 0 P Hall on n West We GardS GardSetreet Garden
street r Visiting Vit V1Z1tID patriarch Paa pafria Invltea Invlc Garde
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Joppa Lodge odge No 6 I O o p pmeets Fmeet pmeets
meets meet every evey Tuesday Teday evening eyennt at 7a 7aoclock 7Zaococ 7 7oclock
oclock ococ at Rafford Rtord Hall Hal West Gardia Gardiarlted Gad Gads Gad Gadstreet
street VIst VisIting bte iwethre 3lly 3llysited
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Oak Oa i Grove Grve Lodge Lde No 4 4 WooJmena Wczens Wo WoCircle
Circle meets every ever Tharsday 1lrdy at a a 3 p pm D Dto pai
to m VIsitmg Vtg sovereign Boerefgcrdy cordially IDTIN IDTINed in h hed
ed el MRS R M B 2 OLSEN OLSENLILIJE OLSE OLSENLmL1E
LILIJE BRANUJt
LIL BRNU3 Guardian Glrda
Clerk ClerkM CJsrkM ClerkM
M M E B A AN No 081 81 meets met flrs lr flrsa and an
third trd Wednesday Wedned evening een at 730 p Pm prn
m Rafford Rord Hall No 10 Westlntea W st Ite lntei
dec dencia Street Stt
AG A G G FELL F Pres Prs Pre
JXu J L SWSENEY iW Y Sec Se SeDAILY SecDAILY
DAILY SCHEDUL SCHEDULFor
For For Steam Stm Division DiVson
PENSACOLA PENSACOL RAILWAY ELECTRIC EECTRIC CO COrains TERMINAL TERMINALRAILVAY TEMINAL TEMINALRAILWAY TERMINALRAILWAY
Trains rains leav leave ptusacoia for the LJtia LJtiaBayon Ut UtByc LIt3Bayer1
Bayon Byc Big g Bayou Byou Warrlngton WarrlngtonNavy WaIgn WaIgnNaV WarnlngtonNavy
Navy NaV Yard Yud and aD Fort FortBarrancas F FBc FortBarrancas
Barrancas Bc at at715am at715am
715am ar a H R Barrancas Bar as 723aa 7Za 7ZaS 7isnS50am
S50am S Oam fir a Ft Ft Barrancas Brnc 1030an 1030an1250pm lOr 1031aaar
1250pm 15p ° ar a Ft Ft Barrancas B irSOprn irSOprn350pm lp lp350pm i30pn350pm
350pm ar a Ft F Barrancas BarrC 4COpui615piB 4Vp615p 4COpui 4Opn6l5pui
615piB 615p ar JTt Ft Barrancas Brc 700pai 700pai810poi 70i 70Opa581Opn
810poi S10p ar F Barrancas a S5pia Sw SwSaturdays
Saturdays Only nlr
Trains leave Fort For Barrancas Bancas B rrancas for forPensacola f fPeccola fPensacola
Pensacola Peccola at at8CiOara at8C01 at8team
8CiOara 8C01 ar Pensacola Pesacola 340pm 340pm1100am 340p 340pm1100am
1100am 100aD ar Pensacola Pesacola ll45ani ll45ani200pm 14 1143am200pm a
200pm OOpm ar a Pensacola Penca 240p 240rn515pm 0
515pm ar a Pensacola Pen 555pa 555pa700pm 55 555pn700pm p p700pm
700pm ar Pensacola Pencola 743a 743a900pm 7Hipl 74pnOOOpm
900pm zr r Pensacola Pesa 915pa 915paSUNDAY 95pSUNDAY 94piSUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHEDULE SCHEDULEEecI SCHEDULEElectric
Electric EecI car cwm will leave Jee Pensaate Pensa fensaOaevery
every erer hour from 6 a nr rn to 10 p 3
inclusive iclusIve and d Saturday Saday nght night only at
11 1 p m m rn11 and leave Bib Bi Bayou ru for forPensacola or orPensacola
Pensacola every eey hour hon at 730 S3A S Sfand J Jdso
and dso so on o until unt 1030 J030 p m t with wih wihexceton tea teaexception tnexception
exception exceton of the te first frt car cr leaving le1in ievin P Psacola PI Psacola
sacola cola at 6 a m I which whicnwU tr wIll OT 0 citurning
tng turning leve leave the Big Byo Bayou a at 6 6a
a m m and ad and the 2 p p m car will wU leave 1e leaveBig
Big Bayou B ou at 240 p m mThe mTe inThe
The Te above Is 1 the te week ek day da schedul scea sceawhch scheduiwhich
which whch will wi begin bgn Friday Fidy April 1 1Eetrc la laElectric
Electric Eetrc car c will w1 leave Iee Penacoa Peoa t
7 8 850 8iO 95010501150 9501050 950 i00 U50 a a a m anl a1l1250i50 1
12 120 1250i50 50150 150 250 350 3 450 550 5 r0 r0S O 5S3 5S3S
S 9 and a lp 10 p p HL I running r1 5 tarouga throug t3 t3turning
the BIg Bayou ad and Imediately immediately re r rturning
turning tring from Big Bi Bayou t tBeach to Pamp PampBech PalmP PalmPBeach
Beach Bech will ll 111 await wat ait arrival ama of steam steamtrain s steaitrain ea eatra
train tra from fomPe Pensacola co and tvlll icflirun i ties tiesrun j
run r to Pensacola Peal ahead aead of the trai traifrom t tfmFoI tra trafrom
from fmFoI Fort Barrcncas BarrcncasThe Bac Barrnncaslhe
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present Plntbut but will l observe obsere this tis electrli electrlicar eect eetr eetrcar
car schedule and will wi work wrk In coniC coaaoUon cnc coniCUonwIthit
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FIRSTCLASS FTLS PASSENGER PASENGER PASSENGERREIGHT AVD AVDFREIGHT 1
FREIGHT FRGHT SERVICE SERVICEBetween SERVICEBtween SERVICEBetween
Between BetweenPENSACOLA Btween BtweenPENSA BetweenPENSACOLA
PENSACOLA PENSA OL MOBILE APALACHl APALACHlCOLA APALCH1 APALACHICOLA
COLA COL CARRABEtLE CARRBELLE ST AN ANDREWS A ANOREWS ¬
DREWS DRES SCHEDULE SCHEDULEAnd MILLVILLE MILLV1LLESCHEDULE MILLVJLLE MILLVILLESCHEDULE
And all al points poInt on Si St Andrews ndrws Bay BayCarrabcllc BayCr BYCarrabelle
Carrabcllc Cr ele and Apalachicola ApalachicolaLeave Apalaciccla ApalacicclaLve ApalachicolaLeave
Leave Lve Pensacola Pencola Sunday Suday 830 3 3m i P PDL
m m for Mobile Mobie Ala AlaLeave A1 AlaIeave
Leave ave Pensacola Pencola Tuesday sda S30 SZ p pm P PZN
m m for St St St Adlews Andiews ilUlville lidle Apa Apalachlcola ora oralacicola iP iPlachicola
lachlcola lacicola Carrabelle CarbJe and ad intenaeilae intenaeilaepoints jnternieLaepoints teneae teneaepoint
points pointsFor point pointsFor
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