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I Wm Gerst Brewing Co CoPETER Nashville Tone TefllPETER TonePETER
PETER BELL Olstrlbu Distributer ler for Pensacota
BANKS CLOSED BY BYI j jDEVLINS 1 1DEVLINS
DEVLINS DVLINSFMLURE DVLINSFMLURE3y FAILURE FAILUREBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWas1lIngton PressWashington
Washington July 5 5rhe The comptroll comptroller comptrollj ¬ I
er of the currency has appointed Na National NatIonal National ¬
tional Bank Examiner D A Cook Cookreceiver 1 1receIer It I
receiver of the Spring Valley National Nationalbank NationalS j t j
S bank of Spring Valley III upon adj ad adices j
vices received from Mr Cook that thobank thoU thoUbank
bank had closed closedThe closedThe < losedThe
The comptroller has also appointed appointedNational appoIntedNational appointedNational
National Bank Examiner J MacSholt MacSholtreceiver MacSholtrecoler MacSholtreceIver
receiver of the IFirst National Bank of ofToluca of ofToluca ofToluca
Toluca Ills upon advice from the vice vicepresident vlc vlcpresIdent v1cepresident
president of the bank that it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldlot
not open for business this morning and anda ani ania
a request to have an examiner take takecharge ta takecharge
charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeA kef
A The suspension of these banks Is s 1
due to the failure of J C Devlin who whowas whowas whowas
was president of both of them themThe themThe themThe
The capital stock of the Spring Val
ley Ie bank Is50000 Is 50000 and of the Fins FinsNational FlrtNational FirstNational
National of Toluca 100000 100000BORROWED 100000BORROWED 100000BORROWED
BORROWED MONEY FROM FROMBOTH FROMBOTH FROMBOTH
BOTH ILLINOIS BANKS BANKSTopeka BANKSTopeka BANKSTopeka
Topeka Kan July 5 When the theFirst theFirst the1rst
First 1rst National Bank of Topeka con controlled controlled controhled
trolled by J 1 C Devlin failed lIed on July
3 it Was known that the Devlin estate estateowed estatewed estateowed
owed both the Spring Valley Valle National Natlonabank Nationalbank Nationalbank
bank of Spring Valley Ill and the theFirst t1i t1iF1r8t
First National Bank of Toluca 111 111which 111which ilLwhich
which closed their doors tQday Just Justwhat Justlwhat Justwhat
what amounts the Dfevlla estate owes owesthe owesthe owesthe
the two Illinois banks is not known knownbut knownbut knownbut
but it is known that they became In Involved Inolved Involved
volved in loaning money mone to build the theToluca theToluca
Toluca Marquette Northern ran raitroad ranroad raiLroad
road a small coalcarrying road which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Devlin was constructing to his hismining hIsmi hisn
n mining mi lng property Inthat In that state This Thisroad Thisraai ThismaLI
road maLI connects with Uh the Atchison To Topeka TopeKa Topeka
peka < Santa Fe the Illinois Central Centrathe Centralthe
I the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Paulthe Paulthe
the Chicago Alton and the Indiana
Illinois and Iowa railroads Negotla Negotlations Negotlations
tions are already aIrcad in progress to sell sellthis selltills sellthIs
this railroad property which Is con consldered conslderad consldered
sldered a valuable asset
I CHICAGO STRIKE FUND FUNDCONTRIBUTIONS FUNDCONTRIBUTIONS
I CONTRIBUTIONS DECREASE DECREASEBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressJ PressChicago
J Chicago July 5 5Union Union officials ad admit admlt adp ¬
p mit today that the prospects are sot pt
bright for an increase In the strike
funds Many drivers not involved
have discontinued contributing a part parof partof partof
of their weekly wages Contributions Contributionsfrom
from unions affiliated with the Chicago ChIcagof
f Federation of Labor have decreased
f from 12000 a week at the beginning
of the th < < strike to about 1000 1000Policemen 1000Policemen
r Policemen who have been guarding
r f wakons were assigned to o their posts postsat postsat
at a street crossings and on their beats
r today OO < 1a
Jim Crow Law In Nashville NashvilleNashville NashvIlleNashville
I Nashville Tenn July 5 tThe The Jim
k Crow law passed at the recent meeting me Ung
I of the legislature went Into effect effectt
t throughout the state today to a
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PROMPT AND EFFICIENT EFI7ICIENTSERVICE EFFICIEN1SERVICE S SSERVICE
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i MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR FORPRESSING FO FOPRESSING IM IMPRESSING ¬
PRESSING 100 PER PERMONTH PERMONTH 5 =
MONTH MONTHPHONE 4
PHONE PHONE6E 675 675E
L E E REESE M E WHITE WHITEProprietor WHITEProprietor WHITEProprietor
Proprietor Manager ManagerPANAMA ManagerM ManagerPANAMA
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PANAMA PANAMAHATS PANAMAHATS PANAMAHATS
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CLEANED BLEACHED AND ANDBLOCKED ANDBLOCKED ANDBLOCKED
BLOCKED at attho atthoGOLDEN the theGOLDEN thoGOLDEN
GOLDEN RULE MIL MILLINERY MILLINEifY MILuLINEYPA1LORS ¬
LINEYPA1LORS LINERY PARLORS
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RECENT DECISIONS OF OFSTATE OFI OFSTATE
I STATE SUPREME COURT COURTTallahasseeJuly COURTI COURTTallahasSee COURTTallahassee
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TallahasseeJuly TallahasSee July 5 5The The following folloiIndecisions
decisions have been handed hl ded down by
the supreme court of Florida FloridaTn
rn a per curiam opinion the supreme supremecourt supr m mcourt
court yesterday dismissed the appeal appealin
in the case of Julius Solomon as as asslgnee assignee
i signee of Thomas J Taylor Belknap Belkna BelknaHardware
Hardware and Manufacturing Com C COrnpany m mpan
pan a corporation and Hardandlne HardandlneMcKittrlck HardandlueMcKittrick HardandinEMcKlttrick
McKittrlck Dry Dr < 3oods Go ds Company a acorporation acotpornUon n ncotporation I
corporation appellant OS s Thomas J JTaylor JTaylor 3Taylor
Taylor appellee from Jefferson coun county county county ¬
ty Clark Clark for appellants Lid Liddon Liddon Liddon
don Smith for appellee appelleeIn
In the case of Florida Land Rock RockPhosphate RockPhosphate RoclPhosphate
Phosphate Company a corporation ap appellant appel1ant appellant ¬
pellant from Levy County In an anopinion anbplnlon L LbpiflIO
opinion by Shackleford C J The de decree deCree docree ¬
cree was wa reversed
Frank R Runnell Leonora T Sims
John W Dukes and L Walter Dukes Dukesappellant Dukesappellant Dukesappellant
appellant vs the City Cit of Tampa a mu municipal muDicipal municipal ¬
nicipal corpbralon corp ralon existing under the
laws of the state of Florida appellee a pl1ee
from Hillsborough county count Oplnlon by
Hocker J Motion to vacate final
decree llacfarlane Glenn for pet petitioner petietIoner pettioner ¬
tioner S B Turman and F M I Simon Simonton
ton for respondent respondentPhilip respondentPhlHp respondentPhilip
Philip LIcala Frank Varde Tampa
Real Estate and Loan Association a aCorporation arpDration acorporat1on
Corporation and D B Newcomb appel ¬
lants vs s Vincente de Corte appellee appelleefrom appelleefrom appelleefrom
from Hillsborough county count Opinion by
Cockrill J JDecree Decree affirmed Macfar
lane Raney Ran and Sparkman and Car ¬
ter for appellants S B BTuman TMrman and
F M SImonton for fora appellee appelleeS
S G Walker plaintiff in error vs I
Thomas L LParry Parry defendant in error
Orange county Motion to extend time
In which to file the transcript granted
Massey Iasse Warlow for plaintiff in er error error ¬
ror r91Beggs Beggs If Palmer Paimerjrdefoudaut P lmernrprdere fprdefendant dant In Jnerror Inerror inerror
error errorThe errorThe errorThe
The case of Reese Harrson plaintiff
hi error vs S the state of Florida defen ¬
dant In error from Leon county was
dismissed on suggestion of death of ofplaintiff orplaintiff
plaintiff in error William C Hodges
for ro plaintiff In error er or
in tne case of William Cook plain ¬
Uff in error Vs Os State of Florida Floridadefendant Floridadefendant Floridadefendant
defendant in error from Nassau couu
ty AttbrneySeneral Atl rn y eneral Ellis made mo ¬
tion to dismiss writ of error The Theprisoner Theptlsoner Theprisoner
prisoner William Cook a colored man
detained in the county jail of Nassau Nassaucounty NassaOtlDty Nassaucotinty
county on the 13th day of May Mayes Mayescaped es escaped eseaped ¬
caped and as yet has not been cap > ¬
tured and his whereabouts are un ¬
known The motion Was granted and anaplaintiff
plaintiff In error J given until July 25
to surrender himself to custody of
law
Counterfeiters Leave Atlanta AtlantaAtlanta AtlantaAtlanta tlantaALIanta
Atlanta July 5 5Wi1Uam William Kendig KendJgand
and William M Jacobs the two Phil Philndelpbia Philadelphia Philudeiphia
ndelpbia counterfeiters have left this thiscity thlacit thl thlcity
city cit for Philadelphia after being re reoleasect ¬
leased from the federal penitentiary
here Their sentences were commuted
to present service by b President Presl ent Roe Rosserelt Ro Roevelt e eeU
relt eU on th eground that the sentences sentenceswere
were ere excessive excess v
A Bit of Translation TranslationThe I
The difficulty dl h ty of avoiding howlerswhenon howlers howlerswhen bowlerswhen
whenon when one on is translating from English EnglishInto EnglishInto h hInto
Into such a language as that of the theMicmac thellcmnc thetLlcmac
Micmac Indians of Nova Scotia must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be very great says the London News NewsWe NewsWe NewsWe
We hear from the Bible society of a acurious acurious t
curious case In the first edition of ofBt ofSt ofSt
St Mattbevr lfqtt ew in Micmac the translator translatorfound tranllatotround translatorfound
found When he came to revise it that thatIn thatIn thatIn
In chapter xxiv 7 Instead of Nation Nationshall NationshalI Nationshall
shall rise against a inst nation he had written written writ written ¬
ten A A pair of snowshoes shall rise riseup riseup I
up against a pair of snowshoes And Andyet Andyet j
yet there wasx wtlSOhly > hly one letter misprint misprinted misprintednaooktpkumiksljtk ¬ i iectnaooktukumlksIjtk
ed naooktukumiksijik a nation nationIng ha f
Ing been beendisplaced displaced by naooktakumiksijik n naooktakumiksi
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jik a snowshoe snowshoeSpare snowshoeSpare I ISpAre
Spare MomentChancellor Moment 3fomentiChancellor
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Chancellor Cbnnc 1l01 DAcuesseau D esseau observing observingthat
that his wife always delayed ten or ortwelve I Itwelve Itwelve
twelve minutes before she came down downto
to dinner and reluctant to lose so much muchtime muhtltp muchttqie
time tltp daily began the composition of n nvrork awork nrork
work which he prosecuted only while whilethus whilthus whilethus
thus kept waiting At the end of fitteen fif fifteen fifteen ¬
teen years cnrs a book In three qnarto vol volumes volum o1 o1umes ¬
umes um wnscompleted was completed which ran ranthrough ranthrough ranthrough
through three thr editions e itIonsandwns and washld was held h ld In Inhigh Inhigh Inbgh
high repute reputeJudee reputeReaonable repute1eonbIe
Reaonable nequet nequetJud flcqneitJndeTh
Judee Jud JndeTh H Have e you anything to say saybefore satI saybefore
before I jtass PA f sentence upon you youBank you1Jnnk youflank
I Bank Wrecker WreckerYes Yes Dont the rules rulesallow rul rulesallow > 8 8Ciilot <
allow you iputo to take tak out time from my mysentence mysentence I
sentence equal to the length of that thatmiserable thatm1lerabh thatmiserable
miserable speech speech1Dy my lawyer made 1DadeCleveland madeCleveland i iCleveland
Cleveland LeAder LeaderSiMple j jSimple iSIple
Simple SiMpleSheMiss I
She Shewss Miss Stiffy had always vowed vowedhe I Ihewould
he hewould would never ne r marry How did she shehappento shebJlPpcu shebappetto
happento bJlPpcu tD change her mind He HeWhy lieWhy
Why some one neproposedDetrott proposed Detroit Free FrePress FreePress FreePress
Press
BRiDE BRiDEANDGROOM BRiDEANDGROOMWill AND AND6ROOM AND6ROOMWhLL GROOM GROOMWILL
WILL SEE ECLIPSE ECLIPSENOTED CLIPSNOTED
NOTED ASTRONOMER AND WIFE WIFETO WI1 WIFETO = E ETO
TO VISIT VISITSPAIN < SPAIN S AIN ON A SCIENTIFIC SCIEN sclENTIFIC SCIENT1FIC ¬
TIFIC EXPEDITION EXPEDITIONBy
By y Associated Press PressNew Pre PreNew PresNew
New YorkJuly York July 5 5D D Charles < Dil Dillon DilIon DIIIon ¬
Ion Perrine of Lick Observatory Obe atory DIIV in inCalifornia InCaHrornia InCalifornia V
> California and Miss Belle Smith Smlthof SmlthofPbUad of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PbUad lphia until recently a student studcntof
of astronomy at the University of ofCalifornia ofCa1lfornia ofCalifornia
California have been married at the thehome thehome thehome
home of the brides sister Mrs Irs Clan ClarrSmilhin CIarSmith
Smith rSmilhin in Philadelphia Dr and Mrs MrsPerrine MrsPerrine
Perrine will start slartonan on an expedition toi toiSpain to toSpain toSpain
Spain where the they expect to observe aj a atotal atotal
total eclipse of the sun which will be beY1slb1e be1stb1e
visible In that part of the world Auigust Au August Aui
gust 30 Later they will make their theIrhome theirhome
home on Mount Hamilton where wherelocated is islocated inlocated
located the Lick Observatory ObservatoryDr ObscrvatorDr
Dr Perrine has made many impor important important Important
tant discoveries In January Jam ary of thlsj thlsjyear this thisyear
year he found two new satellites of ofJupiter ofJpller ofJp1ter
Jupiter He has discovered thirteen thirteennew thlrt enl
new comets cometsIn
In 1900 he was detailed to observe observen
n total eclipse of the sun in Georgia Georgiaand
and in 1901 he had charge of a simi similar slmilar slmllar ¬
lar expedition to Sumatra SumatraFor SumatraFor
For distinguished services in astron astronomy astronomy astronomy ¬
omy the Lalande prize and a medal medalrere medalfere medalcere
rere awarded to him by the Paris ParisAcademy ParIsAcademy ParisAcademy
Academy of Science ScienceSTARKES ScienceSTARKES ScienceSTARK
I IASDRY
STARKES STARK S EXPERIENCE AS ASAS ASASDRY
AS ASDRY DRY TOWN TO SATISFACTORYStarke SATISFACTORY TISFACTORYStarke
Starke Fla July 6 5The The experience experienceof
of this place for the past ast several seve1 l days daysas
as a dry town has been very satisfac satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
tory Business In nearly ne rly all lines has hasincreased hasincreased hasIncreased
increased drunkenness sshas has practically
disappeared Men who regularly regul rly went wenthome wentborne wenthome
home drunk on Saturdays now no S go gohome <
home sober and take with them the thenecessaries thenecessaries thenecessaries
necessaries of life Instead of liquor liquorFinancially liquorFinanclallr liquorFinancially
Financially morally and socially the theImprovement theImprovement theImprovement
Improvement Is marked and Starke Starkecan Starkecan Starkecan
can be pointed out as a place where a adry aelry aV
dry town is a success I V
TOWNOF OF MICANOPY MICANOPYTHREATENED MICANOPYTHREATENE MICANOPYTHREATENED
THREATENED BY YI7IRE YI7IREMlcanopy FIRE FIREMIcariopy FIREMlcanopy
Mlcanopy July Jt ly 53 H HBenjaminS HBenjaminSslore Benjamin Benjaminstore Benjam1nsstore
store locatde here was burned to the theground theground theground
ground Tuesday and the loss Is esti estimated estlruated estirated
mated at abQut 30000 It was first firstdiscovered firstdiscovered firstdiscovered
discovered burning at about 2 a m mand mand rnand
and at once the alarm was given but buttoo buttoo buttoo
too late to save the store st9reTb The Th citizens citizenssucceeded citizenssucceeded citizenssucceeded
succeeded in checking the fire from fromspreading fromspre fromspreading
spre spreading ding to the a adjoining buildings buildingsbut
but at one time It Was v s thought tho ght that tbatatl tbatatlor all allof allof
of the business part of Micanopy would wouldbe wui1dbe
be burned Indications show that the thestore thestore thestore
store had been broken brolc n into and I1d some somegoods 80me 80meC eo e egoods
goods C Ods stolen as the doors were open openand openand openand
and a pair of trousers were found In idfront Intfront Infront
front of the store The loss was cov covered coveled coLered ¬
ered by insurance insuranceFOURTH insuranceFOURH insuranceFOURTH
FOURTH OF JULY CASUALTIES CASUAL CASUALTIESt TIES TIESlOVER
t lOVER OVER SEVENTEEN SEVNTiENHUNDRED SEVNTiENHUNDREDD HUNDRED HUNDREDBy HUNDREDAssociated
By D Associated Press PressChicago Presschh PressChtc
Chicago chh go go July J ly 5 5A 5Accordi Accordlhg cordI g to dis dispatches dispatcihesreceivedbythe dispatches ¬
patches patcihesreceivedbythe received by the RecordHer RecordHerald ¬
aid ld from 150 of orthe the principal cities of ofthe ofthe ohthe
the United UnIt d States thirtysjix thJrty ix people peoplewere I Iwere Iwere
were killed and 1677 injured injureitby by ex explolons explolons explolons
plolons of fire crackers fire arms gun gunpowder gttnowder gunpowder
powder and toy pistols on the Fourtn Fourtnof
of July JulyRoot JubRoot JulyRoot
Root and Hart Will Fight Again AgainIteoo AgainReno Again1teno
Reno Nev July 5 6Jae1 JacHfc Root Rootand Rootand Rootand
and Marvin Hart have agreed to a athird athird athird
third and deciding battle Each man mannow mannow manno
now no holds a Victory vl tory over over the other otherRoot otherRoot otherRoot
Root having won his h1sfirsi first firs fight against againstHart againstHart agaInstHart
Hart in six rounds ro Ilds
Hurricane in Samoa SamoaSydney SamoaSydney SamoaSydney
Sydney KS N oS S W V July S1 5N News N ws has hasreached hilsreached hasreached
reached hero that great damage has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been caused in Samoa by a hurricane hurricanePROSPERITY hurricanePR0SPERITY
PROSPERITY PROSPERITYIN I
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Sallle Marshall went to Red Bank Bnnktor Bankfor
I for her vacation almost entirely entIrelybe entIrelybeI be because becnuse ¬
I cause Frank Ewing was there Tc Tcher Tcher Tcher
her friends in the offices ofil e5 of the Amen Amerfi Amencan
j i can Opera Chair company c she said that thfitshc
she felt the t i quiet of the place to be bei b bi bwit
i i what she most needed In point of offact ofV offact l lfnct V
i fact however what she most needed neededi neededwas
i I was the thelovc love of the young bookkeeper bookkeeperI bookt per perwbo
I who had dropped his pen a week be bei hofore
I i i fore with the avowed Intention of rus rusticntlngatHedBank rustfcntibg rusUcatlngntitectBauk
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I The Th ordinary sensible woman of tbh tbhI tbirtytwo thirtytwo >
I tytwo which was the exact age ag of ofMiss ofiss of3liss
Miss iss Marshall probably would not notJ11c nothave
f have sympathized with her much con concorning canccrnng concorning
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corning this requirement Ewing was wnsjust wasJusttwentyeight wasju
Justtwentyeight just ju t twentyelght and his gray mat matter mattertI matten ¬
ten was not gray because of maturity maturityor
or overexertlon He was exceedingly exceedinglygood
good looking exceedingly tall and andbroad nndbroad andbroad
broad and debonair and these virtues virtueshad virtueshad virtuesbad
had appealed at once to little Mifea MifeaMarshall MthsMarshall tIisMarshall
Marshall whose eyes were accustomed accustomedto
to grayness grayn ss of mind and of other othertilings otherthings
things tilingsEwing tillngsEwing V V V
Ewing liked J1l edMiss Miss Marshall too In a apatronizing npatronIzing apatronizing
patronizing sort of fashion his regard regardhaving regardhaving rc rcbavlng
having been becndecpenel deepened considerably by bythe bythe bythe
the discovery disc very that she was mistress mistressof
of double entry and not at all averse averseto nerseto
to double labor lnb r His affection atr ton never nevermelted nmermelted nevermelted
melted into words wOidsnnil and it was wassum wassumclentl antI sufflclently antIcentl3
clently clentl adjustable i to permit of being beingput belI1gput beingput
put quite out of ottho the way when its pos possessor po posessor possessor ¬
sessor Inets1l1lutryand metsb fluffy and alluring a per person person person
son as KellieCaVrtith KellieCaVrtithFrank NellleC fri1tli fri1tliFranl VVV VVVFrank <
Frank Ewlngs gone g n with wlthyOur your girl giragain girlnga girlagain
again nga n MlsS i11s lss Marshall heard an idler idlerremark idlerremnrk Idlerreman1
remark bahteringly bn 1 rJngly to another as she sheclimbed sbecIlmbed
climbed the thestep steps of the th Globe hotel
She stopped to fumble a handkerchief handkerchiefout
out Of her bog bogWho bogWho bagNeIlIe
Who Nellie Carruth inquired the theyouth theyouth theyouth
youth addressed Looks as if I was wascut wasut wascut
cut ut out doesnt it itThat IU IUThnt ItThat
That he was not the only individual individualcut
cut out Miss Mashall learned im immediately imJiledlntely unmediately ¬
mediately upon V thereturn the return of i > t the pair pairFluttering pairFluttering pairFluttering
Fluttering about the piazza she din discerned dlscerned dincerned ¬
cerned them at the end of the street streetthe streettbe streetthe
the bookkeeper hanging baI slngon on the words wordsof
of his companion as asno no amount of mere mereappreciation merenppreciatlon mereapprecintlonof
appreciation > of wisdom wi d m ever made man manhang mnnhang manhang
hang on the words of woman Ew Ewing EwIng Ewlug ¬
ing was wnsgr greatly atly embarrassed too to when whenhe wbenhe whenhe
he saw Miss Marshall although altb ugh she shetried shetried shetried
tried to ecebi scebtunlntereated uninterested alike in his hispresence hisI hispresence
presence and in his attention to the theblue theu theblue
I blue u frocked girl to whom he present presentfw
fw line
Tlsiiig Ewing was acting quite within wJthlnhis wJthlnhisrJghts his hisrights hisrights
rights she told herself later V obeying obeyingthe
the ImpulseHint impuls thl1t bade her herju berjUfy justify Uty him himeven himV himeycn
even V n to toh herself t He had made mooenonnct mooenonncttb no p pact pactWtb act actwjth
wjth tb her nt least lenstno no verbal pact W Wshe anihc au aushe
she hc knew that few men m n recognized ths thsvalidity t1 thtvaiidlty
validity of unspoken contracts ontrnctRWh Why Whyshould Whrshould i ishould
should a fine fin strong fellow whose life lifewas lifewas lifeW55
was before him be tied to a neutral neutraltinted neutrnltinted neutraltinted
tinted woman who already realized realizedthat realizedthat realizedthat
that her future was to be only her past paststripped paststripped nst nstatnipped
stripped of o its illusions mu lons It ItEwing Frank FrankEwing FrankEwing
Ewing wanted to marry m rry Nellie el1ieCariutb el1ieCariutb1twnsnt Carruth Carruthlts Carruthltwasnt
lts 1twnsnt wasnt any of her berbnslness berbnslnessNeerthelcs business businessNevertheless businessNevertheiess
Nevertheless while presenting an 1m 1merturbabte Imperturbable 1mperturbable ¬
perturbable front to t that part of the theworld theworld theworld
world located locnt at Red te Sank she shcsuttere shcsutterekecnly ho suffered sufferedkeenly sueredkeenly
keenly the next few days Miss Car Carruth Carrnth Carruth ¬
ruth and her widowed mother occupied occupieda
a cottage near ne r the river and between betweenwalking betweenwnlklng betweenivalking
walking riding and boating she and
her new admirer a were together almost almostconstantly almostonstantly almostconstantly
constantly < Ewing EwJ Jg glanced at MissMarshall Miss MissMarshall MissMarshall
Marshall once onc or twice twi e assured him himself hims himself ¬
self s lr that she sh didnt care and ndwt was wds s glad gladthnt gladthat gladthat
that he bad not committed d himself himselfEwing himselfEwh hlmsaltEwing
Ewing Ewh g was not a bad b d sort of a man mauhe mauhewas he hewas bewas
was Just ust a man manThis manThis V
This was the state of affairs whens whensfire when a afire 5fire
fire at the Carruth cottage upset UPS t Rd RdBank Ra1Bank RdBank
Bank and permitted to the bookkeepei bookkeepeia
a display diJ lay of courage which whlcl1seemedto seemed jto jtowrite to towrite I
write finis to his romance The blaze blazebroke bl blazebroke e ebroke
broke out at dead of night and gained gamedsuch gainedI gainedsuch
I such headway hesdvn in the front part of thedwelllng the thedwelling thedwelling
dwelling that there appeared scant scantprobability scqn sciintprobability
probability that the two twdlnmnt inmates could scontdbe couldbe
be rescued lied Banks volunteer fire firebrigade fi firebrigade e eriga
brigade riga e propped its ladders against the theveranda thoeranda theveranda
veranda before the thebcdroom bedroom windows windowsbut widowsbut
but very wisely refused to mount them themthrough themthrough themthrough
through the blast furnace of the blast blasting blazIng blarlug ¬
ing porch V Ewing went up one of them themlike themlike themlike
like a toy monkey on a stick and nndctl nndctlrJed car carried carnod ¬
nod both women to places of r safety safetyMiss safetyMiss safetyMiss
Miss Marshall who thought tbot iht it risky
to be among the spectators at ata a fire
did not witness this deed but she sheheard sheheard sheheard
heard of it and her heart swelled with withpride withpride withpride
pride She bad known all t1llalong along that thatEwing thatEwing thatEwing
Ewing was capable of just such hero heroism heroIsm herolam ¬
ism Forgetting her previous reserve reserveshe reserveshe reserveshe
she hastened to congratulate him himbringing himbringing himbringing
bringing up speechless epC Chless and tearful be before before before ¬
fore the couch on which lie lay nursing nursinga nnrslngban1age
a bandaged burn on his cheek cheekThis cheekThis
This burn the result of contact with withfaJUng witha
a f ailing brand brtl d kept k pt the bookkeeper bookkeeperwrapped bookkeeperwrapped bookkeeperwrapped
wrapped in darkness < l rkhess and oil Bilk sl k for f r ii iifortnight ittortnIgbt a afortnight
fortnight His right eye had been en endangered enc1angcred endangered ¬
dangered at aid d had to be treated care carefully cnetully carefully ¬
fully MIss Marshall forfeited to eitcd a t con considerable eOnalderable ¬ I Isldernble
siderable amount of salary and remain remained rem lin lined ¬
ed at Red Bank She really renll was need needed n needeti ed edcd ¬
ed after Miss 1lssCl1rrnt Carroth to whom > the thefire thoare theflre
fire soon became bec u Jo only on1 an impersonal impersonaloccurrence Impersonaloccurrence Impersonaloccurrence
occurrence which made madegoor11Datcrl good material materialfor l ltor
for story t telling found e rowboat rowboatbared ro rowboatshared boat boathnredwith
bared hnredwith with her earlier admirer rathe rathepreferable ratberpreferable ratbepreferable
preferable to a stuffy room shared with withher wIthher withher
her later Itter suitor and the odor of Ipdo Ipdoform Jpdotorm lpdoform
form formThe tormThe formThe
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The Injured man missed her greatly greatlyand gre greatlyand tr traDd
and inquired of Miss Marshall concern concernIng c coticernng tJcern tJcernIng
Ing I ng her Miss Marshall with bravery braveryin brnv ry ryIn
in i n the feminine gender of that which whichh whIchllie
h h lie e exhibited at the fire replied that thatshe thatsbe thatshe
she supposed MIss Carrnth much occu occupied occuJ occuPIe ¬
pied PIe with getting furniture for her new newcottage nrcottagu J1yrcottagc J
cottage cottaguHer cottagceger V r rHer
Her new cottage cottn exclaimedJng exclti1medE exclti1medEtngIk exclaimed Z Zng
Jng tngIk ng ngV V I may th 1 1Ybqtn y bq b interested restcd In that thatelf thatb thatbICt tn tneifsedu
a elf eifsedu Bogao day dayMiss 4aJoMiss
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Miss Marshal tried to change the
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subject subjectShes subjectShes subjectSho
Shes a brick the convalescent convalescentwent
went on Pretty lret as a picture too tooDont tooDont tooDontyoU
Dont DontyoU you think thtnksbe shes pretty Miss Mar Marshall Malshalf MarhaflT ¬
shall shallMiss shalfMfsg haflT haflTMiss
Miss Marshall did didShe didSlJ V
She SlJ concluded conC1udedthat that MIw Mi II Carruth was wusomething wasomething wassomething
something better ettcr than pretty when she shewitnessed shew1tnesed I It
t V witnessed wttn ed her first firstmeeUngwith meeting with Ewing Ewingafter Ewingaster I IInfter
Infter I tI after the bandages band gesha had been taken takenfrom takenfrom j ji
i from his l1lStace face The Tb brand had penciled penciledan I Inn
an indelible tndeUblemnrk mark of seared scarlet scarleti scarletfrom 1 1I
i I from his forehead to his throat Miss MissCarruth MissCarrtitt tJMCarrtlth
Carruth gave vent to an abbreviated Ilbb nbbrctlatedscream lated latedi j
j scream when she saw It and then th thenmastcnin n j ji j ji
i mastering D1nstcrin herself herselfgTMPe grasped < 1 the victims victimsi yJctImsH
i hand firmly I didnt realtee sneV sneVsaid sbe1I sbe sbesaid T
i I said how much you ou had done for me me1 me1311ss I Ii
i i Manifestly Mnnft stly Miss Marshall had been beeni beenunjust
J i unjust in considering Intonsl rlng her ft mere dollOneeveningsoon doll V 1
Oneeveningsoon One etenlng soon after however howeverwhen howeverwhen 101everI
when she was sitting sittlngnt nt her window windowlooking wIndoW1 wIndoW1looking windowlooking
I looking into the tbcmistot mist of her life she sheI shewns shewas j jwas I
was given reason to resurrect her first firstf firstopinIQfl j jopinion
opinion E EwIng and Miss Carruth were wereseated wereseated r rseated
f seated bflow loW and n d EwJng wns propos1 propos1Ing propos proposlug i ifn
lug fn marriage The XhewoIDnn woman upstairs ui upstairskuon > s llrs i ii fI
i I know knowtI1at that she ought bot to listen but buther I L
j her breath was quivering in her throat throatand threatand I Itl
and she could couldnot not move away a wa y to save saveher snveher saveherpoul
tl her herpoul herpoulDontl soul poulDont soulDontl
Dontl Miss Carruth was urging urgingwhen urgInrI urgingwhen
when her voice v ce first became audible audibleDont audI audibleDont le leDon
I Dont Don t Fra Itrrrt1 r Please dont dontBut dontI dontBut
I But why he persisted P erststed I love loveyou lover loveyou
r you yauUntIl Until this moment I was sure surethat sureI surethat
I that you loved < 1 me meI
I I did cried the girl Oh I did dt un until until tinUI ¬
til You mustnt ever ask me to mar marry marryyouI >
ry ryyouI ryyouIWhy 37 you youWhy youWhy
Why repeated r Ewing The repeti repetition repetition repetition ¬
tion was wasdetCrmIned determined I think I have haveearned lll bveearned 0 0rned
earned rned the right to a nreason nreasonThat reason reasonThat reaSonThat
That Is the reason reasonWhat rensonWhat reasonWhat
What The word was spoken spokensharply spokensharply spokensharply
sharply like a military command commandMiss commandMfs commandMiss
Miss Carruth Cnrruthquailed quailed V V V
What Wh3twhnt what happened hKppenedwhenyou hKppenedwhenyourearned when you youearned youearued
earned the therJght right Oh I knowTm hor horirid horrid horrid
rid I know Ill be ashamed all tl1 the rest restof restmy restof
of my life But Bntyour your1 cheek cl eek T Tcouldnt lcouldnt 1couldnt
couldnt bear to look at that scar scarOh scarOhI SCarV SCarVOh V
Oh said Ewing EwingIf
If it hadnt h3dntbee been for fo me m you OU
wouldnt w uldnt have been burned burn d Miss Car Carruth Carnlth Carwent ¬
ruth went on onsobblng sobbing almost almosthi hysteric hystericully hystenIcally teric tericl111y
ally I realizethat Im sorry Indeed IndeedIm indeedIm IndeedIm
Im sorry Wont you say you forgive forgiveme tor ve vemo
me meYes
Yes said Ewing Its not your yourfault yourtault yourfault
fault Ive Just been a fool I see It Itnow itDOW Itnow
now Im going g Ing away nW y tomorrow tomorrowAnd tomorrowAnd tomorrowAnd
And you wont think too harshly of ofme otme7 ofme
me me7 1 I
meEwing Ewing rose and Miss Marshall Marshallheard MarshaIlheard Marshallheard
heard him push bac back his htschalr chair Til Tiltry Tiltry rJ rJtry
try not to t think of otyouat you at all he an answered answered answered ¬
swered Ill try to remember a little littlowoman IIttlowoman littlewoman
woman who has never forgotten me meHer meHer meHer
Her love bye was too fine for me to com comprehend comprehend cornprebend ¬
prehend fit first 1 st but somehow I seem seemto 8 seemto m mto
to understand it now nowThen nowThen V
Then two sounds broke the stillness
of the night Frank Ewing bad gone goneInto soneinto goneInto
Into the hotel slamming the door after afterhim afterhIm afterhim
him and Salllc Marshall fainting tor forthe torthe torthe
the first time in her life Utehlld had fallen raUento raUentothefioor faUentothelloor to tothe
the thefioor thefioorA floor floorA V
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A COSTLY BREAKFAST BREAKFASTWhen
When Eg Eggs Were ere Worth Tbelx TbelxWeight TheaWel TbeIWeight
Weight Wel ht In Gold IB San Francisco FranciscoHens FracbcoHens Franc1coHens
Hens eggs were worth their weight weightIn
V In fl gold writes Thomas E Farlsh Inone in inone inone
one of his stories of o the very early earlydays earlydays arlydays
days in Ban SmFrnnclsco Francisco A couple of ofyoung otyoung ofyoung
young men en who had recently landed landedfrom land landedfrom d dtram
from Tennessee dropped Into Aldrichs Aldrlchsfor
for breakfast one morning Not being beingaware beingaware beingaware
aware of otlbe the rarity and consequent consequentprices consequentriccs consequentPricesof
prices Pricesof riccs of eggs e gs in California and having
five dollars still stIUleft left with which fo o pay
for breakfast bre klnst for two they calmly or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered their usual breakfast of ecsrs ea and
toast When the blll was was presented the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young gentlemen saw to their con consternation conternatfon conternat1on ¬
sternation that the amount was 10 10Theyhad 10ey 10Fhey
Theyhad Fhey ey V h bad d only 5 What was to be bedone bedone bedone
done doneAfter doneAft doneAftOr
After Aft r a consultation together It was
decided that one of them should remain remainwhie remainwhite
white hUethe the other went out Vt to lOok for forColonel forOlo forColonel
Colonel Olo el Gift an old time friend whom whomthey whamthcyltnew
thcyltnew they knew to be In the city The colo colonel colobel cobflel ¬
nel was soon found who after hearing
thestoryot the story of his young friend trieI1t1nnd And ask ¬
ing who was with him inquired what
they they had had for breakfast Eggs Eggsvas Egg1as Eggswas
vas the reply replyEggs replyEgga V V
Eggs Eggs exclaimed ex hilm laimOd d the cold col colnet coldziel
net 161 Did you younot not know you blankety
btaI1kfOQt blank fopl that hens lay gold in Cali ¬
fornia I did not but I do said saidur saidour
Our ur young youn friend Well continued
the colonel kindly handing over a fifty
dollar dOllargotdslug gold slug take this and remem rememer rem em
ber > er after this that you are not In Ten ¬
nessee where eggs are areglv given naw away awayTHE awayV y yTH
V THE GAME OF GOLF
I A Pnailmo at Klnsa KJD WHit a Record ReeGrot
of Over Four Hundred Yeargam Year YearA YcaraA
A game with a history of more than
400 years mUst necessarily have some
interesting records Golf G lf has been
greatly liked l1 ed by kings In Intbe the time of
I James I it was generally practiced pra tIced by
i all classes The unfortunate Charles I
I i was devoted deyot to togol golf while on a visit Ls1t
r in Scotland In 1W1 as he was deeply
engaged etigag ci In a game news ne s was brought
him him of the tl breaking out of a rebellion > n
In Ireland nnrl nun the royal golfer threw
down his i8 club and 1n retired r tlred in great gr 4t agi ¬
tation to tollot7ooa 1loTood House When he
was W4 Imprisoned at Newcastle N cast1e his
fc Ieep keeper epar kindly permitted him to take
recreation rccr tIon on u the golfing links with
his train It is said
that
Mary Mnryqueen Mnryqueenot queen qneenof
of Septs Was > vas as seen playing pl3tlnggolt1n golf In the
fcold fildbCbh1e beiiae Seaton a few fe days after
the ttlemurder murder of her husband In 1837
a magnificent mngJiIfi CUt gold medal was present ¬
ed to St StAn Andrews res by William IV IVto to
be plnyed laye < l for annually annuall One Oneo of the
earlier kings forbade the importation
of golf balls from fro n Holland because it
took away nasmall nll small quantitie qunntltIeotgofd of gold
Vpj nnd silver sllverout out of the kingdom of
Scotland andat md < ilt one time golfe and
futeball and other
unprofitable games gameswere gameswere gameswere
were forbidden JnEngland In Englandbec1U because
archery so necessary In the 1h 1ht14efen 1ht14efenof Defense Defenseof qcenseot
of the nation was 15 being bemgnegJecteflr neglected JJa
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Estate of James Jam S Robertson deceaseJ deceaseJNotice deceaseJNotiCe deceaseiNotice
Notice is hereby given that on the
21st day da of December J90 905 I will willply all allply apply
ply to the Honorable H norabbe Probate Judge Judgeof
of Escambla county Florida for a afinal afinal afinal
final dIscharge from the administra administration ¬
tion of ofsafd said estate estateMRS estateMRS estateMRS
MRS MILDRED ROBERTSON ROBERTSONAdministratrix ROB ROBBBTSONV ROBBBTSONAdmlnlstratrlX RTSON RTSONAdministratrIx
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Dated June 6th 1905 6Juneoam6m 6Juneoam6mNOTICE 6Juneoam6mI 6Juneoam6mNOTICE Gjuneoam6znNOTICE
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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION INCORPORATIONNotice
Notice Is hereby given that on the the3d the3d the3d
3d day of August A D 1905 applica application appIic3Uon appllczttion ¬
tion will wU1be be made by b A A Ericson EricsonW
W H Tharp Leo S Maas J E Mc McKlnley McKinley McKinley
Kinley D DA V A Frank and Rudolph RudolphRichards RudolphRichards RudolphRichards
Richards to the Governor of the State Stateof
of Florida for letters patent incor incorporating incorporating Incorporating ¬
porating ln the i Pensacola Development DevelopmentConstruction DevelopmentConstruction DevelopmentConstruction
Construction Company under a aCharter aCharter aliartOr
Charter liartOr In words and figures follow following fo fo1lowlug oV oVt
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The Then name < of the corporation co oraUon shall shallbe shaHbe shallbe
be PENSACOLA DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENTCONSTRUCTION DEVELQP DEVELOIPME7NTCONSTRUCTION lENT lENTCONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and its itsprincipal itsprlncipll itsirlncIpal
principal place pla e of business Pensacola PensacolaEscambla PensacolaEscam PensacolaEscamjla
Escambla Escam Ja County SWte stdteor of Florida FloridaV FloridaThe
V 2 2The 2The V
The general nature of the business businessor
or businesses to be transacted d is to tobuy 10buy 0 0buy
buy own s ell elland and deal in real estate estateto
to improve the same for 0 or resale to tolay t tlay I Ilayout
lay layout out and plat V pl t towns and villages villagesand
and streets str et and alleys and avenues avenuestherein avenuestherein avenuestherein
therein construct sewerage systems systemswater systemswater systemswaten
water works gas and ant electric light lightworks lightworks I Iworks
works lo toOperat operate and maintain stores storescommissaries storescommissaries storescommissaries
commissaries warehouses wharves wharvesand wflarveand i iand
and bridged to buy own sell operate operateand j jand
and maintain boats vessels and fer ferries fe feries ¬ I Irles
ries to t loan money take securities securitiesto j jto
to cdhstrlfct t erect r ct and maintain fac factories la factories ¬ I Itorles
tories of all kinds kfndsbul1d build and contract contractto I Ito
to build houses hoiis and buildinzs and ann nth nthprl rl I
utilities and ll Improvements fl riproveni ts t and main maintain maintam ¬ i I
tain tainlnd tam and conduct hotels h telJ restaurants restaurantsand I Iand I tand
and lawful lawfulpl places ces of amusement and andto I Ito Ito I
to doand perform all other acts IncM Incl mcident I I
dent or convenient conY nient to or usual usu I or ornecessary ornecesS ornecessary I
necessary necesS necessaryV ry in V the carrying on of the th I r
business b herein her l specifically specIll any mentioned mentionedor mentlon d
or enunierated enUJI1er t d V V I FV F3V
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Theamount ThE amountot amount of f capitalstock capital stock author ¬ r
ized at at Twentytwo TwentytwoThousand Thousand Five jy1 jy1Htmdretl
Hundred Hundr d Dollars J22500 2250000 00 divided
Into sh snares res of the par value of Ten
Dollars D llars Cl 1005 OO each payable fn law 1W
huh money m Deiof of the United U lted States S Stat fltes s ten eo
10 per er cent c nt of which is to be paid
in castt S1t upon Jecel receipt t of letters patent patentand pat patentand nt ntand
and the th balance to be bepald e paid trat within thirty
30 days daySlheteatter V ThereafterV ThereafterTheV thereafter thereafterA V r
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The cOrporation c shall exist for the
term of ninetynine 99 years yearsV
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The The1JQ businessor bqsnes hl Ia Qi V businesses of the th I
corporation is to tc be b conducted by ai a i
President Presi4ebJa f1 a VlceFresfdeqt and a Sec Secetary Secj
etary and Treasurer and a Board of
six lx 6 6J Directors Dlre < i rs who shall be elected orl
at ti the annual meetn mp tnt ni thn + h j
to be held hetdnt at Pfcnsacola P nsacola g on the first
Monday Ionda In September of each year
and until the first election clc tion of ofllcersl officers
the thoname names of offiqors oti ors who are to con ¬
duct tho business 6iislnessor or businesses b of th
corporation cor oaton are re A A Ericson Presf Presi
dent VYVH Tharp arp Vicepresident Vlc President D l
A Frank Secretary and nd Treasurer
and an those tho three t ee together with Leo 3
Maas J J E ilcKinley and Rudolpn
Retards Rlcbardsshall shall cqnstftate cQnstf te the Board of
Directors Dlrect r
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The hfS1i hfghes st nmaUIiro amou tof indebtedness
Or liability llablIIytOvh1ch 40 tQY1 Which v 1chthc the corporation cOrpora loJ1 3
can atany at af1y Ume Uetibj ubject tsbje itself ttJ > elt is One On
HUndred Tbousfnd Thous nd Dollars Dllar3folio D Jllars lOO
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The ° names of t te subscribers
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ro1tow ro1towLeoS follow4Leoz V are as asLeocS a
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hscrlbe subscrIbes s for22abares for or 22f 22 sharea j E IS 110
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scribes rt foroif Qr t share 6 > A A Ericson
Selma Alabama Afab pj who subscribes for
share Ai D A Jit tanl nRrSe1ma SOIXUa A1 Alabama i
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StateorFioridavtrodnty Stat pr < F orldn Q nty V of f ESC Escambia mbla
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appeared app r rdd d A1 A A Ericson and ani W WTharp WTharp H HTharp
Tharp to me m well known to tiJ ti tiIndividuals j jindividuals n nJndivIduals
individuals described above a ascribers ad ascribers JlU jo joscribers
scribers and acknowledged r anr anrnatures atrnatures > >
natures to th the foregoing iBvTa InfmIN Vim VimIN r rIN
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I I1ArPnntn iuv iuvpf hilboreunta
boreunta set pf my hand and amx mv mi
official seal tea zeaIthl5 this 1st day of July J A lJ b lj
1905 1905Seal 1905Seal 1905Seal
Seal E R BURGOYSE BURGOYSENotary BunGO BURGOTMNotary E ENotary
Notary Public PublicState PUblicState PIiLcState
State of Alabama County of Dallas DallasPersonally DaITuersonaI1y DallasPersonally
Personally before the undenisnel undenisnelappeared uDd underlgnelappeared jgneJ jgneJI
appeared Leo S Maas J E McKinley McKinleyD cK 1IeYa 1IeYaD
D A Frank and Rudolph Ricaarjs Ricaarjsto R1narI3ato Rieiarito
to me known to be the iviivijua i 1scribed c1e c1escribed iscribed
scribed above as subscribers aubscr rs and a aknowledged aknowledged aknowiedged >
knowledged their signatures tj tJforegoing tin tinforegoing thJforegoing
foregoing Instrumentl InstrumentlIN
IN TESTIMONY Y WHEREOF W EREOF I to tohereunto halhereunto baj bajhereunto
hereunto set my m hand and affls affixd d irr irrofficial Ir Iromclal rnofficial
official seal seal1 this 3rd day of July JuI A D
1905 1905Seal 1905Seai3 1905Seal
Seal H F REESE REESEJly5oaw4w REESEjiy REESEjy6oaw4w
Jly5oaw4w jiy oaw4w Notary NotaryAn Pub PubAn P ltc ltcAn
An Ordinance to be Entitled EntitledAn
An Ordinance fixing fiu1n the salar salarthe sa1arthe I Ithe
the Recorder and providing for a acorder Re Recorder R Rcorder ¬
corder Pro Tern TernBe TemBe TernBe
Be It ordained by the May Iayi as anI anICouncil aiCouncil I ICouncil
Council of 0t4e tbe City of Pensaco PensacoSection PensacoJSecU PensacoI
I Section SecU n I That beginning oa o ia iafifteenth 113fifteenth 3 3fifteenth
fifteenth day of June Jnne1905 1905 the 1107 1107of U1of art artof
of the Recorder for the City of ofcola Pfzai Pfzaicola PIJIcola
cola shall be Nine Hundred I irs lrsn900i
n900i 900 per annum payable at tlI ti3 tna tnatime < au autime JrJtime
time and manner as the th salar salarother salanother salarother
other city officers officersSec officersSec officersSec
Sec 2 That the Council sha shamediately V Vmediately s smediately
mediately after the adoption o oprdinance 0prdlnance oprdthance > >
prdinance and at its first rrri rrrimeeting rgf rgfmeeting rg H1 H1meeting
meeting In Juno of eaca year yearafter tie tieafter tJ tJafter
after elect a Recorder Pro Tern V VIn tti ttiin ttjIn
in the event of the asence absence dkqai1 dkqai1cation dl dLq q a acation lI lIcation
cation or Inability of the Recort Recortshall Rt Recir1shall 1 1shall
shall be vested with all the jir jirtion ii iitlon
tlon powers and duties of the th R Rcorder Rcorder Rcorder
corder
Sec 3 That In the event of o r rabsence rI labsence
absence disqualification or liub liubof n b bI V Vof V
of the Recorder and Recorder P PTern pI PTern
Tern the Mayor shall shaUappobt appoint sums sompracticing S0mI sumsragtIc1ng
practicing rn t1cing attorney residing n nCity 1 1I it itCity
City of Pensacola to hold da dar daof mnts mntsof r L3
of Court and wha shall hap ha ai fAi fAipowers Mpowers 1t 1tpowers
powers and perform all the dries > S cf ifthe t
fthe the Recorder or Recorder Pro Pr Tr Trduring T Tr Tduring
during their absence disquaiiaca dlsquai1caVOor 02 02or 0 0lor
or inability inabilitySec
Sec 4 That this ordinance ordinancetake sh1 sh1take stLtake
take effect immediately
Sec 5 That all ordinances ordinancesparts a aparts aparts
parts of ordinances in conflict conflictwith hera herawIth hetWith
with be and the t1 e same are hereby herebypealed rt rtpealed ripealed
pealed pealedPassed pealedPassed pealedPassed
Passed June 21 1905 1905Approved 1905ApPlOYed 1905Approved
Approved June 28 1905 1905CrfAS 1905CHAS 1905C1iAS
CHAS II BUSS BLJS3ttest BUSSAttest
Attest ttest Mayjr MayjrB 31 31B 3Y Jr JrB
B S BERNARID City Clerk ClerkFLESH ClerkFLESH ClerkFLESH
FLESH EATING BIRDS BIRDSFind BIROSo BIROShey BIRDSThea
o
hey Find TJII ThEIr tl Prep by b T Sight Sl ht Jot Jotby XOtby
1 by > T Sense Srneof of Smell SmellA SmrJlstudy
A Study of otthe the tI habits of o flesh atfD
birds shows that If thy possess the theI U1 U1i thsense
I I sense o ot smell at all it is 3 act sum sufflclently sumciently 5U1deafly
deafly acute acuteto to enable them to use it itIn ItIn itIn
I In finding food foodj foodAll
I All observers are agreed that whit wh3a whitI wiPcarcas
I a carcase is hidden by nevoco sl t ti
i ft screen It Is safe from the attack of oftultures ofi 01luitures
i tultures and other carrion seeker seekerbat setk setkI seekerbut
I but the most remarkable proof of U UIneffectiveness the thelue1 thlueffecUyene <
Ineffectiveness lue1 Ueness of o the be sense Irc if it t ttaIJ w Xjt Xjtt 1 1IttalJ
IttalJ t is i afMMed afr dcd by experiences experiencesDr wi w ldz ldzOr < S SDr
Dr Gnillemard was good enough enoUg t > re reate rfoate r rate
ate to me 1D Many times It has Ujh Ujhened L1iened L L2ened >
ened he tells me mc that having slot 9httrlld a awild Imid
wild beast or other game wLici wbhtoo hl wii wiitoo t1lJtoo
too heavy to carry home he Las II IIemboweled cl clamboweled cJ cJmboveIM1t
amboweled 1t and hidden the car carUS Ct53the ass J Jthe J Jth
the th hole of an ant bear bearOn bearOn bearOn
On returning with natives to carrj carrjto ra car1to If Ifto
to camp he has found a I circle cf cftures c efhires r1I r1Itures
tures standing stnn lng round the e spot spottho spottho W Wthe
tho oftei had been b n thrown comr comrunaware cmnrt comrunaware 1 1unaware
unaware of the carcass within a ayards t tyards ff ffr
yards r rds of their beaks Of obscrta obscrtaproving VJ VJproving i iro
proving ro lug the possession of the so soknow S Sknow 1 1know
know none unlea we are wiLL w wAccept t3 t3accept i iAccept
accept as evidence the belief beliefvery wv wvvery W I f
very 117 general gen r1l among fanciers that th t lris lrisare t tare I
are attached to the th smell of anise ne nethe a athe Itl r rtb
the tb similar belief of gamekeeper gamekeeper5some III IIIsome
some parts of the country that thatare fr1 fr1areatttacted tTMitreattraeted
are areatttacted attracted by valerian It 1 1that is 52 52that d dthat
that pigeons plg ns may be b prevented preventeddeserting trD trDdeserting fr frdeserting
deserting the dovecot doye ot by sme smetheir m mear meartheir n ntheir
their boxes txu s with oil of anise Poach Poachers P Pr3 a r rmare
ers mare r3 are supposed to Jure hen henfrom phea pbeLUt11 pbeLUt11troiii tIlts tIltstrom
from a wood by byanolnting anointing anointingwith ptep03 ptep03with gtPwith °
with tincture tIn of valerian vatcrianiatnre Nature

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