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THE TFENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1914.
Section One. DAILY, WEEKLY, SUNDAY, BY JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANK L. MAYES, President. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Week. Dally and Sunday .. Two Weeks. Daily and Sunday ... One Month. Daily and Sunday ... Three Months. Dally and Sunday Six Months, Dally and Sunday .. One Year, Dally and Sunday J .13 ... .23 . .. .55 1.65 ....3.25 ....6.50 Pnnday Only, One Tear $1.50 Weekly Journal, One Tear 100 Office Journal Building, Luna and Intendencla. Corner De- Entered as eecond-class matter at the postofflce at Pensacola, Florida, under act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Phones: Editorial Rooms. 88; Busi ness OGlce, 1500. SUNDAY, MAT 31, 1914. The Real Source and Danger of Disease. The surest way to stop any nuisance Is to remove the cause or the source of such nuisance. It Is admitted that the house fly Is not only deadly, filthy, and the cause of much sickness, but that very precaution should be taken to put It out of existence. With this purpose In view it seems strange that the health authorities have overlooked the real source of danger the stables. No order has ever been Issued, so far as The Journal knows, requir ing that stables be screened In order to keep out the fly, and yet this would be the wisest and most far reaching order that could be issued. It is strange that this has been overlooked. If you want to cure a disease, re move the cause. If you want to pet rid of the flies, they must not be given full privileges of habitation and propagation in the stables of a city or town. It Is from such places as these that I he death spectre stalks, and yet ,.,lfl, ...tt...UI , Lbout a few minor things, absolutely ! Ignore this greatest of ail sources of danger. This Is no time to bandy words. The health of any community is worth more than the few dollars that it would require to keep livery and pri vate stables screened, well-cleaned and limed. This would do more for the health of the city than the screening of every residence in the city. "Why should livery stables, or pri vate stables, be allowed to endanger the health of a community? There Isn't a livery stable in the city that Is screened nor are the city stables in mny way protected. In fact, the city stables are much worse than the livery utables. Flies by the millions are Incubated in the very filth of such places and spread out over the city carrying disease and death to people who are required to take all neces sary precautions about their homes to prevent sickness. It Is absurd to argue that these flies can be entirely screened agralnst. Flies will slip in sometimes when screen doors are opened. They attack people on the streets and coming from some dirty and filthy public or private stable they Implant the germs of disease on the person, maybe the little child, on whom they alight. The way to clean up is to go at the source of things,. All stables pub He and private should be screened; otherwise they become a source of danger to the public and a general nuisance, Xot only should they be screened, but the filth from the tables should not be allowed to be BAILEY'S LEADERSHIP AS CHAMPIONED BY SENATOR FLETCHER AND OTHERS. Some three years ago, the people of Arizona adopted a constitution and jre-sented It to Congress for ratification. The constitution contained a sec tion providing for the initiative and referendum. When this constitution was presented to the United States senate for approval, Senator Joseph H. Bailey made a speech against the Initiative and referendum provisions in it and then voted against the ratification of the whole constitution which the people of Arizona had themselves adopted. Voting with Bailey were two other reactionary demorcats Overman of North Carolina and Talia ferro of Florida, The fact that he could rally only two democrats to his support In his opposition to the democratic constitution of Arizona made Bailey so indig nant that he wrote his resignation to Governor Colquitt of Texas. Where upon eleven democratic senators signed and sent the following telegram to Governor Coljiltt: "As democratic senators, speaking for ourselves and for other democratic senators, we regard the proposed resignation of Sen ator Bailey as a national calamity, and we urge upon the people f Texas to demand that he withdraw the resignation "nd that he continue to serve In the senate In which he Is the undisputed and most conspicuous leader." One of the signers to that telegram was Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida and he and Senators Overman and Bankhead now constitute all that are left in the senate of the eleven senators who recognized Bailey as the "undisputed and most conspicuous leader" of that body. Some leader, wasn't he the man who opposed the Arl'.ona constitution because It provided for the democratic principle of the initiative and refer endum and who could carry only two of his colleagues with him when the vofae was taken? And a great "national calamity" it would have been, wouldn't it, for the senate to lose a man whom public sentiment had already convicted of accepting fees from the notorious Waters -Pierce Oil Company? Yet he is the man whom Senator Fletcher and his friends regarded as the "undisputed and most conspicuous leader" of the body to which Sen ator Fletcher is now a candidate for re-election. We submit that Senator Fletcher and, others who recognize Bailey, with his unsavory record, as their "undisputed and most conspicuous lead er" arc not the men whom the democrats of. Florida or of the nation aou'id have to represent them in the United States senate. Elect John N. C. Stockton to the United States Senate. Next Tuesday, the democrats of Florida will decide whom they want to represent them in the United States senate for the six years beginning next March. There are two candidates running Senator D. U. Fletcher, the present incumbent: and John X. C. Stock ton, the progressive democrat who is opposing" him. By w?hatever test you may apply, by whatever rule you may measure him; John Stockton has always been found battling for and with those democrats of Florida who believe in progressive democratic policies. Stockton was one of the first supporters of the rail road commission, of the direct primary, of public control of public utilities, of the abolition of the railroad pass, of driving public service corporations out of politics, of limiting campaign expenditures, and ofvproviding for the publicity of such expenditures. The reform policies which wc enjoy today were se cured only after long years of struggle by such men as John Stockton and he himself has been the most con spicuous leader in that long fight. Elect Stockton to the United States senate and you will find him fighting there for the same principles that he represents in Florida. You will, m the other hand, never find him defending a Lorimcr or eulogizing a Bailey as his leader. If the democrats of Florida are in sympathy with the 20 years' fight for reform, led by Ym. J. Bryan and culminating in the election of Woodrow Wilson to the presidency, they will elect John X. C. Stockton to rep resent them in the United States senate. raked tip into heaps and left for breeding places for flies. This is a matter that needs some attention, and until this attention is given in the most vigorous manner, the attempts at successful sanita tion will ignore the source of danger. while trying to minimize the effect I that Is absolutely certain. It is not reported whether Roose velt brought home any of the hides of the dangerous rapids he shot in Brazil. Study the Sample Primary Election Ballot The Journal publishes today a sam ple primary election ballot for the information of voters who have not yet familiarized themselves with the new style of ballot which is to be voted on June 2. If the voter will study this sample ballot he will find that it is easy to vote and there is really no way for him to go wrong- in marking the bal lot if he will simply follow the direc tions which it contains. In the first place, the ballot must be marked on the- RIGHT hand side. Our old form of ballots were marked on the left hand side, but this ballot must be marked on the right hand side or it will be thrown out. In the second place, where there are more than two candidates running for an office, you can vote both your first choice and second choice. The ballot is plainly printed so that even" voter can easily see how to vote in each ; dollars, for twenty-four thousand case. Every voter should make it a 'shares of Westchester stock worth point to vots both his first and hisj-ten cents a pound." second choice, because should his first Meen doe not know with choice fail of election his second choice i whom he traded, but former lnspec vot permits him to help determine , tor Byrnes, of ,w York, was his who the winner is to be. agent, and the board of estimates and Study the sample ballot carefully as 'appropriations, including- some hon- printed in Tne journal toaay ana u cannot make any mistakes in marking it. Says Senator Root: "We are fa miliar, or we lawyers are familiar, with the difference between accomplishing an unlawful object In a lawful way and a lawful object in an unlawful vrav." Xo doubt about it. and the In dianapolis News says that's the way a j good many lawyers make their living. Why Not Enforce the Stock Law? During the past 00 iay more ilia n . 1 35 v iolators df the oity stock law hav been before the recorder and must of them pleaded guilty. Vet no fines or other .un:.-hmen; was imposed in any of these cases. Why should pfaide who let their stock run at largo in. tola: ion of the city ordinances be allowed to continue violating the law ithout beint? pun ished for ii? T nder this i.obov iL.r-..n t . o,:ey, a in rson may al low his stock to gra:-:e in the strr-t the perks, and on pri ;( u- reside::; mw ns, destroying r;i .s. trees, flower;, and not have to :-':;iTe and a n " penalty for it. Why can't the public have protec tion from this kind of depredation V How the Railroad Assets Vanished. Former President Mollen has ended his sensational testimony before th. interstate commerce commission. (There can be no doubt that h to..i the truth in . ery detail of the wreck ing of the .w Haven railixad. The bare facts in the New llaven Westchester deal are striking. Pres ident Mt-Hen. at the direction of .1 . Picrpont Morgan, then th.o dominant figure in the financial world, gave eight thousand .shares of .Yew Haven stock, worth twelve hundred thousand ' ioraido men, voted for the Jesired ichansres after he had given duo bills ci- ,,.... n .,..,,ni , , for stock he could not get in time. The due hills were redeemed throng' 1 agents and the stock was not trans ferred on the books. Obviously the "deal with the devil" was a transac tion through Morgan to get bad stock for good and make unintelligible changes in a franchise of apparently no value. In other words. .Mr. Mellen himself does not know what became of the money thus sunk by the Xew Haven road or why he was directed to make the trade. By a slight of hand trick, as It were, nearly a million and a quarter dollars of the money of Xew Kngland widows ancr orphans whose trus-tees had invested in the stock of the road, then regarded as good as government bonds, was transferred to where it would do the most good to somebody in the higher realms of finance in wh-h the directors and officers were then operating. Paris women now are wearing watches on their ankles; watch the ankles of the American women soon take on the same fad. The Man Whose Weapon Is a Sneer. The Jacksonville- Times -Union, the "great state paper," owned by three railroad corporations and spokesman always for its masters, seldom loses an opportunity to misrepresent the presi dent and to sr.eeT at his motives and his policies. Here is an example: President Wilson hopes to establish a real Democratic government in Mex ico. Whence doe-s he get his commis sion to play providence for the Mexi cans? Has he more power to do good there than to do good here? The main difference between the man who fights with a sneer and the man who shoots from a house top with a bullet is that the latter is usually killed when located. Down in Mexico they call him a "sniper." PENSACOLA AND PENSACOLIANS Brings Results The Pensacola Journal's write-ur rf Holmes county was both creditable to that paper and the section it adver tised. The citizens of that county, fully alive to their opportunity, fur nished f-nouerh business to The Journa' ? make the write-up a. pay'rier propo sition. After all. newspaper advertis ing is the only kind that brings re sults. Quincy Enterprise. Holly's Threat Editor Holly declares that if th anford band will Just play "Dixie"' asain lie will gr to Pensacola and kill one of those Mexican seals. When that Stanford band be-sins to play we have no doubt everybody in hearing has a. desire to kill something. lake land Telegram. Biggest In Progress The Holmes county. Florida., edi tion of The Pt-nsacola Journal was issued last Sunday. It was complete in all of its details. It required a very great amount of work to get up the edition, but it was exceptional ly well done. llolrne-s county is the smallest county in Florida. From read ing The Journal's edition, however, it may bo the biggest in progress. Flo ra ! a Xews-D'-niocra!. No Insinuations. Please One report explains that ''I'mde Joe'' Pixon of the Lakeland Telegram lias Roue away for a period of com plete rest and ou:et: and another puts it more tersely that he has gon- to Pensacola. And there you are. St. Petersburg Times. Coal Through Pensacola A report is being sent out that th go a rn men i will g've Ala 'nr. r.ia coa! fair trial in the navy. Ten t hot is,- i; tons, tin- report sas. will be used ea. month as a trial. The coal will b shipped to Pot:.-- col til ere to ia Ives ton, to the. governnien I )emoera t . ud from d"Uv.-:v N'-ws Fh Another Ach ievement Another aoi): ., , -ment of sacola Jour.i.-i has bee; Tl Pen re:"'! r(r d d o i n ;- o of We.-: e .! i : c - a m i i - fimone; the thinprs muoh for the or hat a rr is Tier i t v I Florida. This tic .Journal d'-; cr : b, c i lions ! troi-o f lb :.!!,- county. j Senate Hasn't Ated Yet j u-nressina p Kniaut' W i 'n hi;; advertisement ' '' o;hr column of t!.. T.n.c--j it'ig ttiat he ' a - i cn-ed tio:s . mount inir to '. v-lt-s.' J pro oinot.t i.i ; h river .-.n-j t he Tib rd district : a . ; ti ! t ion for siirvpy of Apa'ao ! As fri.'mds of Senator :! a " : t v ! OtanrC'd Thai , c 1' I tnese ;-p) """' to recun . e I son an-1 : ! - t-a - U 1-" Time: j Inchieoia i Needs Advertirdnq Tic ial ed'tau's of Tic- !' ! sac-la Jc urn.il civmc v. rite-u!-.- of araai-' counties of Wv-st Kiorala Southeast Alabama, arc frellina ! ter and bf-Uer. Tie- laifsi o-ne. lisbed i.'.st Sund.iy. v of Hob i ) e s i-our-.ty. I 'lorida. a:n; v. a ti'. e arid coni;irf-hen n r of the country needs m both instrue- Th: : section - ndvcrtisitif;-. mare fa- ts tire sent -.1 to the heme. er of the north and ast, atui e dollar judiciously spear for fid vert is - I lin.-; our resources, .-oil ami prouu is bound to ret urn an Andalusia Standard. Competi ticn The advent of a third Texas Co.) in I'cnsaeo bein h c-a i to the cirir.e iieen pa.'.'infj hieb rrb-r.-dard a n ' ( ; ulf "oin pa n a t ukon a do. ide-d slump. Times. in a.;,. n i Til 'T IS i-i"'. in-; who ha -o the Si a ii-Prb- have n i ho -ii ieoa Emmett Wilson The Pensucoki Journal say? Cop-;rres.-man Kmmett Wilson is to 11.1- 1 .srood. Sure. The Wilson beys Ren erailv make pood. -C.aines- ;!le Sutn Again Leads Kxports front tie- various p. the state, for the month of shows that Pensacola. is ;iR;iln April, u tin credit ' lead with $1,o;4.S02 to iter (against ?!!. f!"( for th nest best port. ilampa. 1 lien comes reman. una cise behind with $13a,139. And yet we hear every little d-'inand from Pensacola that she be ma.de the" custom dis trict head of all the state, only Tampa wants it. Miami Metropolis. Mr. Pockctbook. lo you know you will be able to reduce your meat expenses considerably if you buy your meats here? This market has gained success by handling- only the best meats. Catering to a class of people that depends on the best the market af fords, we strive to al ways please them. Hon est goods and honest prices assured. Give us a trial order. THE PARLOR MARKET 214 S. Palafox St. Phones 173-174 o. a.55? m PANAMA CITY "Panama City, May S. Since the county spat election is over much at tenion is bcinp turned in a political way to county officers which will be nominated on June 2nd. With several in the field the political situation Is not as vet subdued. How ever, bus!- ness seems to b getting on a. strop ec basis. Plans are being drawn for the err-ction. of a two -story hrick buildinir with two stores down .stairs which will temporarily move the headquarters of the insurance firm of McKenzie Bros, it Black, which is located near tic corner of Harrison avenue and Second ! street. This promises ho one of the most handsome store and offi-e i buildings on the bay. i The new postoffice buildinar w ill ! be finished in a short time w li ion will ' be appreciated by the entire citizenship j of the city. ; Bids for exending the present water works system have- been received and opened, Messrs. Walton & Wagner of j Atlanta, represented by Mr. Fred Wag nor, were the low bidders. The lettin: "X l Ma fe WHISKEY AND TOBACCO HABITS Cured Without Pain cr Restraint at CEDAR CROFT SANITARIUM, Nashville, Term. NO FF.K PI'MAXPFiP IWLESS CmFP. Kest equipped Sanitarium in America treating. I rtig and Alcohol Addictions Kxolusivelv. Bath and Kleetrea! Treatments admin istered bv graduates of Battle Creek - i System. , j Saccessful Hon e trait men Is based on I j gradual reduction furnished at small cost. For literature and letters of endorse - 1 incut from ministers, physicians, hankers' ' land public official, address JU. DOWKft ! ( Mil UBU :. Hurt. I Ule, Tetin. ! Box J. station a sh adv.) L JL.UJ POLITICAL A N ifli Pp.id Advertisement. FOR STATE SENATOR. To the ix-.nioer.its of iCsciimola County: X rf spectfiioV solicit jaci.ination in the nr'ni.-irv ea-ct'ion of .iune 2nd, as the car.duiate of the r.'.-raoci a t party for tue oflici; of Ft Jle senator toi; n. .ton 1 ' you be; -.'.-? la a a s:' ution. '-r in t "nosits: o- la th" '.a on r.f the Stat R.i'.tntdy of bank ".i:on of 'occapa 'fforts 'o earn a oj taxes on !e" i ti -Jin r-n v'ihood. vote for 1,-e for l tae JP!:i.-.e-a'te t.'-'TJTV. MAX l.i US 1 Mom FOR THE LEGISLATURE did.Te f- of the -ubia r,.: c,:- and r. o i I S e ! V. " a -r! of Id.Yi '.i:.'. T. Pll a ' nt.-i i lis- ;ilit ' tl June r-id. Port of the 'w ctfi f Ks aa:l . M. liCRTI IXFlAi "II- I T hereby nr ; nepresentn i ve j the lowr bou: ' . 'ibiect t f h.e -iMiicp my candidacy for mm Ks-.-ambln County in of tiie state lejrid.i?iir. i -lion of the democratic ' nrimarv of .T'i-. ?. ! " ROPCUT 7T, anprrpo: I am b . n:.lid:)fe. in t'no pnnirrv n, til" Lepps- J an-- II. for Tb-ra esr-c t a i '-. c U' '.nt'ire f-o-i Kscaiuaia count -.- nop.nnT p S'l'OPT. ! T h.rhc prinour.ee m-.' candalac nresnef.ii ive in the iecishi t 'ire ,- for from ! Kitramhla m-int- and wilt appreciate the s -poort o! ail (lemoc-ais. ,T. N. Tlt'TWN? announc re e.iuni!a :ve In the legislature for renresf-n Rsca ":bi. crati-.- p mm; mnty 5-ibjeet to tho demo lary o: J-m T. ITAF.rnH. FOF! COUNTV TCRASURER. To fh vef rs of Kseambia County: , T wih to Announce that T am a ran- j ,Vdte for the office of bounty Treasurer 1 of Pscnmbia Countv. stsb.iet to the ae- j tier, ,,f the Pi'mn-r.ill.- Primary to he, '-eld ii June, and rsn"-i fully solicit your; .support. 1 em respeetfc'ly, ; .IOKI. r a 1 T !--r-by announce my candidacy fo court y t ''3 surer. lour vote ti ..1 iippio iatc! in the primary on June - As run 11T1. e requires no time and r. work. I promise to eive all the proeeens of the office to charity, on a tenth to 1:0 j to t ec Pea I i;agan ori'imn s uou.'-. ba'anee to hetter seuools. i I,', te. M'-' actual published camrattrn expenses 1.' be excepted. A vote for Thies.-n is ft vot- lor cna;H. Clir.I? THIESKN". I hereby announce my candidacy for -p.pieerlon to the office of treasurer o. F.seamhia countv. subiect to the drr.o crattc primary. The support of all dem ocrats will be appreei-it-r! J. PP. WfT.T.TAMS. "" ' FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR ! I herebv announce myself a candidate , for r.iction to the office of county tax, collector, subject to the aetmn of t.ie. j Pemoeratie primary nnd request the aip-, port cf all my menus .T. S. r.oPFIRI To the Voter-3 or Kramma onni;. . j X breb-- announce myself a candi- j I am a candidate for re election a a nfi'e for Tax Col'ector, nubiect to the County Commissioner from district No 0f ,itinj 2nd. T promise if;.". T have tried t0 dchai-pe the "duties Pcted to visit 'ach County precinet , of the office faithfully, wit), SIi eve to for the purpose of coriectin.C taxes and ; rigid economy in the expenditure of ft., to ri'U statements to all tax payers j tax-payers' money, and I shall be equally amonrts flue tor tee runi'iH, clerk in the office to rear. 1 wni ca- a. wait on the public. C. .T. BET.T.. FOR CLERK COURT OF RECORD. F?i;h,- pnnnunr, mv candidacy for T V.erebv announce m c.in the position of Clerk Court of Record subject 10 th-e action cf the Democrat! primary. TOHNSON. f r.r,hy an-nour.ee myself a candidate . ... ti i 0 tt- . mHa Countv. subject to the action of tbT Democratic primary. A. M. JI'MIbLAN. I COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR. I herebv announce mv candidacy for renomir.ation to the office of County Tax j Assessor . subject to the action of the; Democratic primary. 1 am very grareiui for past favors and earnestly solicit your Interest at this time W. 'W. RICHARDS I beg to announce my candidacy for the office of County Tax Assessor "to be voted for at the coniir.it primary, June 2nd. If elected. I will b in the office at all times to consult with property hold- platform "Fair and equal assessments for all. soliciting ir.e support 01 ine vuieu. I em Verv fspectf u:Iv FRANK J." RIERA. FOR SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION " hereby announce my candidacy for supervisor of repletratior.. subject to th democratic primary. JOS. A. HICKS. will be pa-ssed upon by the city coun cil during the next few days. Street grading and .sidewalk paving will soon be started which wl'.'. cost several thousand dollars and add much, to the handling of the present commerce. Work on the first Na t iT.al bank building which 1 b.-ms: done bv j Mo:sr.s. Crown . Pnprs of Dothan. i A'.a.. is progressive nicety, it ts nopc.i i that t lie htrldinsr viU !, ready for nse within the net li'-ie'v d.t vs. T!" J'.'Ti.oon sc,ini hoods v iU soon he ready for th market "at v j",', mean that Panama ":' wi'l ha c one of the most modem brb-k school buildings in this section of t!- ne. N , 1 ow is tne T1' 1 ime Start a building- and loan account this month. Stock issued any time during the month of May will be entitled to a dividend on Novem ber r.oth. Wc have, paid over $323,000 in dividends to shareholders since or ganization. Pensacola Home and Savings A ssocianon 14 East Government. R. M. CAR Y, President. JOHN MASSEY, Secretary. MOU C E M E NTS FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. i ncre&y anrau.-a-e ncpelf a.s a ran- didati- for RnpTvis- r of Hepipt ration J-.s-ambia county. If r!'-,-ted I shall rive I the same earefu! attention to the duties ! oi i:,H.i i:i,pun.iru oun-e bat. I I.'ive plvcn I n'urlr.g the tinie I have oeenpi1 It. I j vi'd appreciate the support of every democrat. ; FKf.O MeAT.T.ISTrOP.. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for r !e;-tii,j ,-i.s County C-imtnissioner from District No. . and will oppre. lat the s-.mport of ad Democrats in the J "e Imndr' m. p. KiiKppAr.r.. -fori i icj-f.ny annnim-c rr. I Co-ir-ty I'onnr.issioner in and for the first j rii.-t:-i,-t of K.i.-ambi.i Conm . . a,; s ,b, -i ithc supnor-t of all voters jn the de.-no itespeci rul.y. J. ;ili) WMTTK. T hereby annottr.ee my?, If a canrtMn'o I for County Commissioner from Pisa r'.- No. If plectp.i will tl '.' to ri,-oe r'velf I worthy of your f rust. I will t K-.p k v.ei I tor your vote in the prfmarv Jutio 2' W. T. 'J RACV. ! I hereby announce my ranrlliiufy for re-ele'-tion as Countv Co!nTri).ioner from Fustriet No. 2. Fu'nject to th action of the democratic pthnarv of .Iun W. A. Dl.'N ll.Of. T hereby annminf mv randidnev fo Ce.inty Conimissiom-r of district y0 3 nud nil! P.p. p! eclat- ti.y f 1; p ,rt of 'all ilc rp'ici a i s on June 2. J. I-TSCHtlR. I hereby announce my Candida rv for f'ounty omniissionr from district No '' If el". -ted I promise the san e l ard wotlr and attention wbi"h ! jrae to tbo tnb!ie interests v.h-n I pieviously . as ounniif siont-r. OKO. U. DA VI."?. The friends of Jas. r. Andrews bee to nntiource ins candidacy for countv commissioner from district Number ? and solicit the vote and suono-t of all democrats in the primary of j,')n "nd j . 1 I j hereby announce my eandldacv fori County Commissioner from district No. 3 . supje'. t to tlio democratic primal v at primary June 2. TT. n. DKSILVA. ; j hereby annoum-a mysejf a candidate j ' fnr County t:mmissionei from district! , No. subject to the action of the dem- j . t-era tic irimary June L'nd. Vour vote! . tinu support w;:i i.e i.isitv eppr- inted ; Ht-speetful J. it WJ'J'UNH. 1 hereby announ, e my candidacy fcr 1 C ounty Comm!ioner from district Xo. 4. j The support of all democrats throughout I the county will be aT-,prr".-iH tod j JOHN . OLIVET.. I I hereby announce niy candidacy for I County Commissioner from Iitri,.-t nu:n-l j ber 4. subject to the action of the e;n erratic primary June and n : l-u'ly solicit jour support. " " ! v.. C. V.A r.P.T;E 4TT j , j nr,v,y Renounce mv cand'daev fo-1 rolIRf v. cfnm!ss:oner from district No. 5 snr-ject to tt action of the d-miocratK primary of J'.no M. o. rt.r-r;r;TT. laaaui ii .c-nrcieo. J. r. cf XT.DT. FOR SCHOOL BOARD 1 At the solicitation of mt.v of ! j friends. I hereby announce mv "rar.dida'cy j ! tor member of the .School board m ei's Record,:1". i.nree ay suoject to the democratic i primary. LEONARD S. OIT-Mcirf:. Bluff HprimrsV'Fla. In announcing for re.eie' ticn as M cf-r t ..e 1 mm r ?ir-T Tor t a i- ; Pi'.bdc Instruction my efforts s-.all . I " thn future as in ,c, past. Rotter- ' schoois today. Better men and women ; I tomorrow" Always raising the efficiency ' ! of schools and teachers ?o as to meet; the progressive see our boys and eirls j must live in. Thankin? the voters for I their past support and trusting in the) ! coming primary a cortmuar.ee of the sam,, 1 remain, yours for progressive1 schools. J. W. CRART. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the School Eoard from dis trict No. 2, subject to the democratic rimary of June 2. J. II. SFTKRRTXT.,- I respectfully announce rr.y candidacy as a member of the School Board from district Xo. 1. subject to the June demo cratic primary. DR. L. C. PHILLIPS. I hereby announce rnyseif as a candi date for the County School hoa-d from district No. 1 and will apfreciate th etirport cf every demoerat. PENN HARVEY. I 3 USE IT Vl n ! heat. Af;cr shaving. After X ineDath. As a face powder. As "" a foot powder. Really indispensa ble. In sifter top cans. At drug gists. 15 cents. TRUSSES Every tyl tze epertly fitted here. W hiv Just received a fu! assortment. 3ALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street. Phn 1. W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450. .".A !..!!!. l!U", Fresh Country Eggs. 25 cents per Dozen West Florida Egg Shop. 20 E. LaRua Street. Phone 1147. SAN CARLOS HOTEL, Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director. Pensacola's Pride. The 5Vi.LO. On the Square, Within Easy Reach cf Everywhere. See U . t w rr r . : vv Icv Along the Lln of Deep Water Townsite Co. 711 Plount Bulldlno. Phnne 1028. I MITCHELL Four and Liti If Forty-Four and Little Six Jas. garriga. Agent. J I 602 American National Bank i t ! -- i MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR . PARTICULAR PEOPLE 17-19 Wdt Government St. Phone 181. Do You Want to Satisfy That Fickle Spring Appetite? Yes? Then -iFt com hi nn1 buy a can of "Hunt's Supreme Quality" Peaches or Plums or Hawaiian Pineapple, or a can of "Royal Anne" Cherries. They ar5 pll good in fart, ther is nothing hetter to be had in California fruits. We have 1ut opened a frenh beg of Pill Pickles have Pill Pl'-U'p in cans end Jars, too, for p!cn!'-s and icuiion. We have a freh supply of Hnyt's Gluten Flour and other gluten preparations. Bn rrinsf on fresh. Hall Coffee always Hoyt Bros. & Co. 14 West Garden Street. Phone 812 1 We shrink free all fab rics bought from us. BON MARCHE Cor. Palafox and Intendencla. Boston Shoe Store "BETTER SHOES." 113 S. Palafox Street. m Latest styles J of the fa mous W. L. Doug las shoe on sale at Porter's Bazaar Phcne 2037 114 East Wright Street. f f .,- if i 1