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THE PJENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 2 1909
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 2 1909
DEATH TO THE HOUSE FLY
Of course Chief Crazy Snake wears
moccasins
The United States of South Africa
la the latest
Gainesville is to Eavethat big paper
factory after alL u
Says Servia to the Powers Why
of course Im willing to serve ye even
to the extent pt onehalf my terri
tory
It they wish to keep political health
and be strong enough to govern the
people must understand their consti
tution and do all things to preserve it
It would be well for Americans to
Impress on their minds the fact tha
the revolutionary war was fought to
escape the depotism of an autocratic
government
In a wet or dry election in Clark
county Ohio last Monday 17831 votes
were cast the prohibitionists winning
by a majority of 11 This was about
the closest fight yet recorded
Dan Sully ought to know He says
all the New England cotton mills will
move to Dixie All right theres
plenty of room and the latch string
hangs on the banks of the Potomac
Governor Gilchrist deserves unstint i
ed praise for promptitude in his efforts
to prevent lawlessness It would be
a foolish reckless and suicidal mob
I
indeed that would attempt a lynching
In Tallahassee after the governors
manifesto
What wonderful opportunities for a
beautiful film flam game rest in the
maximum and minimum tariff sched
ules and ono may rest assured it will
be worked with the fine Italian hand
which the G O P has shown itself
BO capablo of using
There is talk about paying the
mayor of New York a salary of 25
000 which sum was all any president
of the United States received until 1
Grant was elected by the republicans
and our post bellum era of reckless
extravagance was inaugurated
It should be carefully noted both
ner and elsewhere that Southern
condemnation of the outrageous tariff
charge on certain classes of cotton
goods contained in the Payne bill has
been universal and loud despite the
immense amount of capital invested in
cotton factories throughout the South
It seems that our most paternal
government by establishing a fixed
weight for lacks of tobacco has quiet
ly pormltted manufacturers to rob the
people of 545000000 up to the present
time But theres nothing like being I
accommodating and what loyal citizen
would mind losing a million or two to
simplify the arduous labors of Uncle
Sams collectors of internal revenue
If the proposed county division pro
jects are all submitted to the legisla j
ture that body if all the bills pass
will be called upon to provide repre
sentation for seven new counties
Can they do It without again straining
the seams in the constitution Miami
News Record i
Most assuredly not Nor could the I
governor sign the bills creating them
without violating the constitution he
has sworn to protect And Floridas
governors are not built that way I
Did you ever notice a garbage wagon
filled with every imaginable putrid
impurity moving through the street
surrounded by an innumerable swarm
of files eager to partake of the filthy
contents Well when these insects
have filled their stomachs with this
disgusting piece de resistance and
covered their bodies with the disease
germs which flourish therein they
seek our restaurants our confec
tioneries our hotels our private din
ing roomsall places where they may
find some delicacy to serve as a des
sert and they leave death behind
them wherever they alight j
I The Lease System Ends
In the State of Georgia
The convict lease system long con
demned by humanitarians and good
economists came to an end in Geor
I
gia yesterday So far a8 its termina
1 tion In that state is concerned it was
hastened by exposures of many cases
of cruel practice on the part of lessees
and the people of the commonwealth
will give a sigh of relief to know that
the future chance of such an iniqui
tous history bus been destroyed or
at least greatly reduced
The 1500 or more long term prison
ers and some thousands of short term
ones will now be put to work building
roads under the supervision of officers
in the various counties And the peo
ple of Florida may well cast a jealous
eye upon their fortunate brethren of
Georgia who will reap an immeasur
able benefit from the great public ser
vice the convicts will performa ser
vice which may be regarded as second
to none in the development of a state
The withdrawal of the convicts from
the different private enterprises on
which they were used will also make
I room for the employment of more free
laborersa most desirable result one
which will give satisfaction to the
vast majority of thoughtful citizens
It will be a great day for Florida
when the pressure of public opinion
will have become strong enough to
compel her legislators to follow in the
I footsteps of those of Georgia And
may that day be hastened should be
the earnest prayer of every devoted
citizen
Americas fortysix stars have final
ly departed from Cuba and the islands
government is left to amateurs
The National Dental Association is
holding its annual session in Birm
ingham Alabama and among other
things being discussed is a gum dis
ease named pyorrhea which seems
to prevail among the fair ones who
blondine their Hair with peroxide of
hydrqgen or other liquid The Birm
ingham News is quick to give worn
oing to those of the male population
who are peculiarly susceptible to this
species of female in the following lucid
and alarming paragraph
Pyorrhea a disease of the gums has
coma in for its share of discussion
during the sessions of the National
Dental Association It may be of par
ticular interest to know that this
trouble is more prevalent among arti
ficial blondes than other class of peo
ple and dental scientists have traced
it down to the point where it is claim
ed that nearly every woman whose
hair is artificially colored is a victim
It is communicable by kissing The
warning involved in all this is that if
you do not want to catch pyorrhea
you musnt pet and fondle any of the
peroxide peaches of your acquaint
ance
ancNow look out for an enormous in
crease in the ranks of the bouncing
brunettes
Horriblo Discovery
Since the young men have been
teaching the girls to skate they are
horrified and astonished to find so
man of them pigeontoed Atchison
Globe
Generous
pioe Dubb May I have this
dance Miss Sharply
Miss SharplyCertainly I dont
want it
14 of Pound a Week
at least is what a young baby ought
to gain in weight Does yours it
not theres something wrong with its
digestion Give it McGees Baby
Elixir and it will begin gaining at
once Cures stomach and bowel
troubles aids digestion stops fretful
ness good for teething babies Price
25 antI 50c
Sold and recommended by W A
DAIembcrte druggist and apothecary
121 South Palafox street Pensaccla
Fla
Vote for C N McClure
for Precinct Alderman from
No 12 He will perform his
l duties without fear or favor
SAMPLE BALLOT
TO BE VOTED IN
FIRST PRIMARY
THE NAMES AND THE ORDER IN
WHICH THEY WILL APPEAR ON
THE TICKET WHICH IS TO BE
VOTED ON APRIL 2
The following Is a sample of the bal
lot which is to be voted in the first
I Vhlte Democratic primary showui
the names and the order In whir
thej will appear upon this ballot
I
SAMPLE BALLOT
Primary election City of Pensacola
April 2 1909
For Mayor
Vote for one
J N ANDREWS
JOHN BURNS
I
FRANK REILLY
For Marshal
Vote for one
H T BEIRNE
GEORGE McCAIN
FRANK D SANDERS
For President of Council
Vote for one
FRED W DENNIS JR
A GREENHUT
For Building Inspector
Vote for One
JAS M JOHNSON
D N NICHOLSON
JOHN D RENDALL
B W SEELEY
For Chief Fire Department
Vote for one
W R BICKER
JOHN CAMPBELL
HENRY COBURGER
For Street Superintendent
Vote for one
W H HUTCHINSON
M J MURPHY
JAS OBRIEN
For Supervisor of Registration
Vote for one
S F BOGART
J D GOSS
For Recorder
Vote for one
WM M JOHNSON
WM C MONROE
For Electrician
Vote for one
LEN LeBARON
For Comptroller
Vote fo1 one
H KITINBERG
GEORGK T MORGAN
JOHN G WARD
For Physician
Vote for one
E F BRUCE
S R M KENNEDY
W D NOBLES
For Treasurer
Vote for one
HARRY HOWLAKD
For Tax Collector
Vote for one
Ij McK OERTING
JOHN CARY WHITING
For Tax Assessor
Vote for one
THOS H JOHNSON
For Attorney
Vote for one
JOHN B JONES
W L ZACHARY
For Board of Equalization
Vote for three
JAS T GERELDS I
H MULLER
T tRnRtF VTCTTTF
For Precinct Alderman No 12
Voto for one
MAX L BEAR
J F DAVIS
C N MoCLURE
JOHN G OLIVER
Alderman at Large Precinot 12
Vote for one
W L MOYER
For Precinct Alderman No 131
Vote for one
J A AVANT
THOS KENT
E M WILSON
For Alderman at Large Precinct 13 un
expired term
Vote for one
S S LEONARD
JOHN PFEIFFER
For Precinct Alderman Precinct No 11
IL G DeSILVA
For Precinct Alderman No 14 unexpired
term
Vote for one
WALKER ANDERSON
DAE KUGLEMAN
For Alderman Precinct No 15
Vote for one
J E CONCANNON
SAM ROSENAU
W B WRIGHT
F < v AM < nn at Large Precinct No 15
Vote for one
Lv o i HEAD
WALKER INGRAHAM
JOHN G WELSH
For Members Board of Works
Vote for five
DR LOUIS DeM BLOCKER
T A JENNINGS
WILLIAM FISHER
J R KELLAR
C F SCHAD
GUS A SODERLIND
DR M E QUINA
For Members Board of Safety
Vote for five
H O ANSON
W H CRAWFORD
ABE DANIELS
E W ELLIOTT
JOS I JOHNSON
M JACOBY
AY L JOHNSON
JAS LARGUB JR
P McHUGH
C H VILLAR
P J WILLIAMS
Members City Democratic Executive Com
mittee
Vote for live
S N BROUGHTON
I H AIKEN
WARREN E ANDERSON
JOS V RIBRA
HORACE QUINA
McDAVID
Special to The Journal
JIcDavid April IOn the evening
or March the twentyfifth at eight
thirty oclock the Methodist churcn
at McDavid was the scene of a lovely
wedding when Miss MattIe Hutcher
son Bowman and Mr George Melton
Harrison were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony
The church was beautifully deco
rated In ferns and potted plants At
the appointed hour the strains of the
beautiful wedding march rendered by
Mrs W D JIcDavid announced the 1
j I For Member of
I BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
GUa M JorlLIND
I Will represent the interests of the
people
TOHE
VOTERS
I wish to state to the people of our
city that If I am elected Street Superin
tendent I will make all necessary Im
provements of streets needed will take
great pleasure in having a petition
signed by property owners and present
I S to the Board of Works for their
consideration and If approved will make
all necessary Improvements I will work
white labor exclusively With these
promises I respectfully ask your support
In the coming primary
Respectfully
1Y1ichai J fRurphy
arrival of the bridal party Follow
ing the ushers came the bride lean
ing upon the arm of her father wio
gave her away They were met at the
altar by the groom and his best man
Mr E Alonzo Mason where the
sweet and impressive words which
united them for life were spoken by
Rev N Baggett
The bride was daintily gowned in
white imported batiste and carried a
lovely bouquet of white carnations
and feathery ferns The groom wore
the conventional black
The bride is of a very sweet and
lovable disposition and has many
friends who wish for them much hap
piness The groom is an efficient em
ploye of the L N K R Co and
whose sterling qualities have won for
him many friends
Mr and Mrs Harrison left Monday
afternoon for Pensacola their future
hom I
The following is a list of the pres
ents Mr and Mrjs J P Harrison
set silver tea spoons Mr and Mrs
R S Mays drawn worl table cover
Mr and Mrs W W Richards silver
bread tray Mrand Mrs W D Mc
David silver sugar shell Mr and Mrs
C H Johnson cut glass cake dish
Mr and Mrs Geo Harrold silver
mustard spoon Mr and Mrs Robt
Bell handsome counterpane Mr and i
Mrs R A Bonifay dozen linen
towels Mr and Mrs Wiley J Mc
David silver sugar shell Mr and Mrs
W P Bowman water set Mr anu 1
Mrs A W Brewton cut glass cake
dish Mr and Mrs T J Cusheon linen I
table cloth Mr and Mrs C S Bow j
man linen table cloth Mr Allen McD i
Caro silver sugar shell Mr V J 1
Brewton salad bowl Mr Geo L
Stokes water set Mr M M Caro
butter knife Mr Fannie Williams
dozen linen towels Mr L C Brew
ton handsome counterpane Mr H C
Lambert lamp Mr Scott M Loftin
cut glass pickle dish Mr L B
Hurchman handsome ornamental
vase W E Gannon rocking chair
Mr B F Jernigan set silver knives
and forks Mrs Mantle McDavid
handsome bureau scarf hand made
The Honest Proprietary Medicine
fills a national need In the land and
it will take more than the cry of
fraud and fake from the avaric
ious overreaching physician to over
throw an honest reliable and stand
ard preparation like Lydia E Pink
hams Vegetable Compound which is
made from the roots and herbs of the I
field and has cured more women of
female ills than any other remedy we I
know of
ii Nt ANDREWS
FOR
MAYOR
I am in favor of harmony
in the City Government but
I want harmony to cost the
people less
Either way you look at
it from the point of ECON
OMY or PLEASURE the
most satisfactory CIGAR
you ever bought is the
Certified Check
5Cent Cigar
Sold at wholesale by
A Greenhut Co
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Candy Kid Hel
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You can always
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MARSTON l QUINA
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Primary Announcements
FOR MAYOR
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Mayor subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries
FRANK REILLY
The friends of John Burns put his
name in nomination for Mayor subject I
to the Democratic primary His platform
vlll be the constitution of the United
States
I hereby announce myself for Mayor
asking the support of the voters making
only one promise that is to serve the city
as faithfully alJ I can
canJ N ANDREWS
FOR PRESIDENT OF CITY COUNCIL
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of President of the City Coun
cil subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary and respectfully ask the
support of the voters of Per6 sacola
FRED W DENNIS JR
I hereby announce my candidacy in th >
coming primary for president of the city
council
A GREENHUT
FOR COMPTROLLER
I hereby announce my candidacy for
renomination as City Comptroller sub
ject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primary
GEO T MORGAN
I hereby announce my candidacy for
City Comptroller subject to the action of
the white Democratic primary
JOHN G WARD
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Comptroller subject to the
Democratic primaries
H HEINBERG
FOR CITY RECORDER
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Recorder of the City of Pn
sacola subject to the action of the
Democratic primariesWM I
WM C MONROE
I hereby announce my candidacy to
succeed myself In tho offlco of Recorder
for the Cit of Pensarola subject to the
action of the Demo itlc primaries
WM M JOHNSON
1
FOR MARSHAL
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Marshal subject to the action of the
white Democratic primary
HENRY T BEIRNE
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for reelection to the office of City
Marshal of the City of Pensacola subject
to the action of the White Democratic
primaries
FRANK D SANDERS
I hereby announce my candidacy for
City Marshal subject to the action of
the white democratic primaries and so
licit the support of all voters
G C McCAIN
FOR CITY ATTORNEY
I am a candidate ror reelection to the
office of City Attorney subject to the
action of tho Primary Election to he held
April 2nd
JOHN B JONES
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for city attorney subject to the action
of the white Democratic primaries and
solicit the support of all voters
W L ZACHARY
FOR CITY PHYSICIAN
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection to the office of City Physi
cian subject to the action of the white
Democratic primaries
E F BRUCE M D
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of City Physician subject to
the hctlon of the White Democratic Pri
maries of April 2nd and 30th
W D NOBLES M D
I hereby announce my candidacy for i
the office of City Physician subject toi
the action of tho White Democratic pri
mary
S R MALLORY KENNEDY
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
I hereby announce my candidacy far
renomination as City Tax Anseaaor sub
ject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primary
THOS JOHNSON
FOR CITY TREASURER
I hereby announce my candidacy for a
renomination as City Treasurer subject
to the action of the white Democratic
primarY
HARRY T HOWLAND
FOR FIRE CHIEF
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Chief of the Fire Department subject
Ita the action of the Democratic Primar
Ies My long service wlthgtho city and
I my experience I believe Tully qualifies
me to fill acceptably to the public the
duties of the office
I
HENRY COBURGER
I I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection to the office of Chief ot
the Fire Department subject to the ac
tion of tho White Democratic primaries
W R BICKER
At the request of friends I hereby an
nounce for the office of Chief of Pensa
cola Fire Department j
JNO CAMPBELL
Better known as SCOTTY j
FOR STREET SUPERINTENDENT
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the position of Street Superintendent
subject to tho action of the white demo
cratic primary i
JAS OBRIEN
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
position of Street Superintendent Subject
to the action of the white democratic pri
mary I promise If elected that I will
discharge the duties of this office as here
tofore rendering monthly statements
showing tho work done during caon
month i
W H HUTCHINSON
I hereby announce my candidacy for the
position of Street Superintendent sub
ject to the action of the Democratic pri
maries and will appreciate the support
of all voters
votersMICHAEL J MURPHY
FOR PRECINCT ALDERMAN
I hereby announce myself as a candi
I date for Precinct Alderman Precinct No
12 subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries
C N McCLURE
I hereby announce my candidacy for re
nomination as AldErman at Large from
I Precinct No 12 subjeet to the action of
the white Democratic primary
WILL L MOYER
I
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Precinct Alderman Precinct No
12 subject to the action of the Demo
I cratic primaries
JOHN G OLIVER I
I
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Precinct Alderman from Precinct No 12 i
I subjec to the action of the white Demo
cratic Primary I
MAX L BEAR I
ALDERMAN AT LARGE PRECINCT 13
I hereby announce my candidacy for I
Alderman at Large from Precinct 13 to I
fill the unexpired term of Hon Frank I
Reilly resigned My candidacy Is subject I
to the action of the Democratic primary
JOHN PFEIFFER
I
Pensacola must remain progressive and
i maintain a council to that end I an j
nounce myself for Alderman at Tare
from Precinct No 13 for the unexpired
term vacant by the resignation of Hon
Frank Rellly subject to the action of the I
Democratic primary
s S LEONARD
I I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Precinct Alderman from Precinct No
13 subject to the action of the White
Democratic primaries and will appreciate
the support of all voters
E MEADS WILSON
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Precinct Alderman from Precinct No 13
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries
J A AVANT
I FOR PRECINCT COUNCILMAN
At the request of a number of my
friends I hereby announce myself as a
candidate in the coming primaries eOIll
Precinct Councilman from Precinct 14
IL G DeSILVA
I hereby announce lilY candidacy in the
coming primaries to complete the unex
pired term as Precinct Councilman from
Precinct H
WALKKR ANDERSON
The friends of Dave Kugelman an
nounce him a candidate for Alderman in
Precinct 14 for short term He promises
if elected for a progressive and liberal
government
ALDERMAN AT LARGE PRECINCT 15
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Alderman at Large from Precinct No U rIJ
subject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primary
WALKER INGRAHAM
The friends of John G Welsh announce j
him a candidate for Alderman at Large
from Precinct 15 and promise a progrevi oj
lye liberal form of government and rd
vancement of Pensacola
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Alderman At Large from Precinct No IL
subject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primaries and solicit the support
of all voters
LOUIS P HEAD
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 15
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for renomination as Precinct AMernwn
from Preolnct No 15 subject to the ac
tion of the White Democratic primaries
and solicit the support of all voters
W B WRIGHT
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Precinct Alderman from Precinct No 15
subject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primary and request the support
of all voters
J E CONCANNON
I hereby announce my candidacy for
I Precinct Alderman from Precinct No IS ir4
subject to the action of the white Demo
cratic primaries and respectfully ask the
support of all voters
SAM ROSENAU
CITY ELECTRICIAN
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection to the office of City Elec
trician and will appreciate the support
of all In the whit Democratic primaries
LEN ueBARON
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I hereby announce my candidacy for
renomination as Supervisor of registra
tion of the City of Pensncola subject to
the action of the white Democratic pri
mary
J D GOSS
FOR BUILDING INSPECTOR
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date In the white Democratic primary for
reCiectlon as Building Inspector
JOHN D RENDALL
I hereby announce my candidacy for
building inspector subject to the action
of tho White Democratic primary
D N NICHOLSON
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Building Inspector subject to the action
of the white Democratic primary
JAS M JOHNSON
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Building Inspector subject to the action
of the white Democratic primary
B W SEfcLY
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for reelection 10 the offlce of tax col
lector of tho City of Pensacola subject
to the action of the Democratic Pri
maries
JNO GARY WHITING
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the omen of tax collector subject to
the action of the white democratic ori
marl and respectfully ask the support
of all voters
NIELS McK OERTING
FOR BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
I hereby announce my candidacy for
reelection as a member of the Board of
Equalization of the City of PenttacoVa
subject to the action of the Democratic t f
Primaries
J GEO WHITE
FOR BOARD OF SAFETY
I hereby announce my candidacy for
membership on tho Board of Public Saf
ety subject to the action of the White
Democratic primaries and respectfully
solicit the votes of all participating in
the primary
PAT J WILLIAMS
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