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J > t > 1 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAYMORNING JANUARY 100 I T
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Made under conditions of abso
lute cleanliness twice distilled
4I in copper ripened in heavily
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next time
Phone16 Lewis Bear Co
I 40440S Palafax St and 210 Main St 1 1
Pensacola Fla 1
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The Jonrnnllnt
L The journalist alono has the prlllege
of molding the opinion touching the
hearts and appealing to the reason of
tt hundreds oC thousands every day The
soldier may wAit forty years for his
1 opportunity most lawyers most phy
4 sicians most clergymen lIe In obscur
ity but every single day opens new
i L doors for the journalist who holds the
ti confidence of the community and has
1 the capacity to address it Joseph Pu
rt litzer
g EftldlT Explained
t I Pangborn is always making those
n classical allusions What did he mean
i 1i by saying that even Homer nods
t 1 Eh Oh yes You see Homer was
4 blind and so they never could tell when
he was asleep until he nodded All
I those classical things are simple
I enough when you understand em
Cleveland Plain Dealer
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Disgraceful
Mrs Tittle Wasnt it disgraceful the
is way these women talked during the
play last night Mrs TattleWell I
i F should say so Sarah Snookins was
trying to tell me the fuss in the Brin
dles family and those two women
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made such a clatter I couldnt bear
store than half she said Boston Tran
script
b The Confidant
WellDo you know you are in the
I I bfiWt of talking to yourself I wish
youd get over it Bell Why Are
you afraid Ill tell all of my secrets
Well Xo Im afraid youll tell all of
miae Detroit Free Press
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its 1 ConditIoned
f I Miss SanfordYes Mr Fielder I
I f will be yours on one condition Field
9 er Oh thats nIl right I entered Har
q vard with XSmart Set
y I lunache
pains in chest bronchitis and
similar signs of a cold on the
longs can be quickly relieved and I
jcured by
HAMLINS
t WIZARD OIL
s f Ho time should be lost because
fr lung trouble may easily develop
into pneumonia or consumption
I HamlLis Wizard Oil applied to
the chest relieves the pain and in
flammation loosens up the cough
I nci soon cures the disease
My little girl writes Rich
W Thornton of Oturay Colo
suffered more or less with a cold I
j on the lungs since her birth and I
finally the trouble became serious
Ho remedies gave relief until we f
tried Hamlins Wizard Oil one bot
ft tie of which permanently cured t
her II Price 50c and 100
Sold and recommended by i
ALL DRUGGISTS
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OPERA HOUSE
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
I Thursday January 26
JULES MURRY I
I Presents the Renowned Legitimate j
Placer
r Creston Clarke
and AllStar Company
3n the ComedyRomance Delight
Monsieur Beaucaire
Adapted from Booth Tarkingtons
c Charming and Universally Read f
Book J
1 Scenic and Costume ProductiOn of
Infinite Grandeur Assured
PRICES 150 100 75 and 50c
Seats on sale Tuesday at noon Car
rlaj es at 11 p m
n1ccl1l s Innectx For Wax
I Among the queer industries of China
Is that of breeding was producing in
sects in the Chiendmng valley durhig
May But the insects will not work
in their birthplace and have to be ear
ned 400 miles in gourds by porters
traveling duly by night There are
thousands of insects in the gourds and
I wrapped In leaves inckcd from the
wood oil troe Ills journey ended the
porter immediately goes to his master
and delivers his burden of gourds At
once the leafy bags are tied to thq
branches of the ash trees which arc
only live or six feet high By Sept 1
the trees Icfok as if covered with snow
I It is n snow however not amenable to
the temperatures which wipe out ordi
I nary snow The branches arc then cut
off and their quarter of an inch of
I pure white coating is scraped off The
wax Is heated strained and turned
into molds to be used for llgnting fur
niture polish and imparting gloss to
sllkSt James Gazette
The Unci on Sardine Boxex
If you are fond of sardines here is
something that will be useful for you
to know On nearly every box con
taining these delicacies will be found
two parallel lines cut in thetopThe
distance between the lines denotes the
size of the fish whether those in the
tin are small medium or large Of
course the smaller the sardines the
1 better is their flavor and therefore the
I boxes with the lines close together con
tain the finest fish Some dishonest
j firms are very fond of selling pilchards
to their customers and calling them
sardines but If you make up your min
nevqr to buy a box unless it has the
two closely drawn lines you may be
certain of obtaining the article you
asked for London Standard
Lady Tennynon
Shortly after Lady Tennysons mar
riago one of her women friends wrote
the following We would find Mrs
Tennyson alone In the large drawing
room always writing arrayed ina
dress of soft gray merino trimmed
with velvet or fur and with a long
train a piece of rich old lace worn in
Btend of n cap drooping over her hair
behind and coming to n point in front
She was extremely kind in lending us I
books Among these I particularly re
member Fichtes philosophical works
which she admired greatly Her man
I ner was always most gracious and dIg
nfied perhapsrather languid but this
I arose chiefly from lack of vitality or
physical strength
A Story of Sun Houston
There Is a story about General Sam
Houston of Texas and a practicing
physician who did not like the old gen
eral being strenuously opposed to him
politically One day after a heated po
litical discussion the physician said
General Tlike you well enough social
ly but politically I would not believe
you on earth I would believe you
doctor was the quiet reply of the gen
eral Then sir vehemently exclaim
ed the doctor yon have a much bet
ter opinion of me than I have of you
Not a better opinion doctor but I
simply have a little more politeness
than you have
Sac Advice
Now youre your own master said
the wise father you must begin to
build up a reputation for yourself
rAll right governor replied the
youth
And remember continued the old
gentleman you cant build up a repu
tation with the bricks you bring home
In your hat Exchange
Mnrreled
Tommy T can count up to five on
me fingers cant I ma Mares
Tommy but dont brag Isaw a little I
boy nd older than you today who could
count up to fifty Tommy Gee whiz
Where did he get all them fingers
Philadelphia Press
ilognrtha Lament I
Take my advice and never draw cari i
cature By the long practice of It I 1
have lost the enjoyment of beauty I
never see a face but it is distorted and
never have the satisfaction to behold
the human Jf ace divine Hogarth
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GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles Your druggist will refund
money it Pazo Ointment falls to euro
you in 6 to 14 days
j The Preachers Error
In the eaily days of Springfield a
preacher bought some sausage far
lunch one Sunday and fook It to church
with him He carried the sausage iu
th6 back pocket of his coat and a dog
catching the scent followed him Er
cry few feet theqireacher would kick
backward at the dog without looking
iround Arriving at church the preach
er began the services and the dog lay
down behind the altar
A few minutes later one of the dea
I cons stold quietly up behind the preach
er intending to hand him a sheet of
I paper and pulled his coat tall With
out glancing back the preacher gave
one vicious kick and sent the deacon
rolling down the altar steps on to the
dog which setup a terrible howling
The preacher still looking straight
ahead said
My friends this thieving scoundrel
has been trying to rob me ever since I
made a purchase at the butcher she
before coming here
j When the preacher discovered what
I he had done he dlsmsscd the congre
gation and went outside to kick the
dog Scdalla Mo bcaiocrat
I
I Sarcastic Definition
t George Reno an American newspa
per man who went to Havana and ob
tamed work on a tlaily paper there
did not get on well with the managing
editor a former Chicago physician
They disliked each other extremely
and the editor took particular pleasure
in mangling Renos copy beyond all
recognition One ulght Reno protest
ed at some blue penciling that was
done I recognize your right to edit
my stuff doctor said he but 1 must
beg you to do so in such manner that
you will not split all of the inflnit cH
In this instance you have made my
copy over Into a bundle of phraseolog
ical kindling wood In reply from the
erudite managing editor You seem to
be worrying yourself over a mere
trifle Mr Reno What is a split infini
tive anyway A split infinitive
replied Reno after a moment of
thought ils an attachment used on
farms It is a small implement that
i we fasten to the nose of a calf when
we v ish to wean it from its mother
How Eggs Are Hatched In China
A curious method of hatching eggs
has been adopted in China The eggs
are placed in tiers in a largo basket
twice the size of an ordinary barrel
which is thickly lined wllh hay and
carefully closed from the air by a tight
fitting cover of twisted straw In three
days time the eggs are taken out and
replaced In a different order those at
the surface being put In the lower tier
This is repeated every third day for a
fortnight when the eggs are removed
from the basket and placed on a shelf
In another room being carefully cov
ered with bran In a day or two the
chickens chip the shells and make their
appearance in the world The success
of this method laattributed to the fact
that the animal heat of the egg being
retained by the basket which Is form
ed of material not conducting caloric
Is sufficient to support animal life and
develop it
Poor Browntncr
Browning sitting dawn daily after
breakfast to write so rimny lines be
lieving thnt he was hound to do so and
It was worth doing That is a pitiful
spectacle Wliflt a grotesque Illusion
duty can become Browning is a prop
er target for criticism for the wicked
est criticism He was not writing for
a livelihood Think of It He had an
independent income and yet he wrote
wrote wrote what Bordello FI
fine at the Fair Prince Hohenstiel
Schwangau And he hypnotized a por
tion of the British public Into the Idea
that there was something In It until In
despair they formed a society with ap
paratus for cracking these nutsto
find them all emptyTohn Davidson
In Author
A Jilt I
Is Miss Richly an athletic girl I
I should say so She threw over
oneof the Heavyweights of the football
team Exchange
Not love but tact makes the world
go round Beatrice Ilarraden
PROMINENT
I
l Lawyer Praises Vinol
Druggists W H White Co state
they are continually receiving such I
letters as the following in regard totl
their famous cod liver oil prepare1
lion Vinol
Mr John Kinney of 812 West 28th
St Indianapolis lad one of tho most
noted lawyers of the Etate of Indiana
writes Tno Grippo left me in a
nervous weakened run down coivll
lion I took Vinol with the very best
of results It made me feel like a dif
ferent man and 1 am now better and
tronger than J have been for years
Said a member of W K White
Co There is nothing equals Vinol
to restore strength after slcKnesr to
build up the aged run down weak or
debilitated to cure stomach tioiblas
or chronic colds coughs or bronciUhs
What Vinol did for Mr Kinney we
can guarantee Itwill do for others or
we will mum the money paid us for
it every time
Remember Vinol is not a pncnt
medicine everything in it is printel
on the bottle It contains In a con
centrated form all of the curative
strength creating properties contain
Hl in cod liver oil without a drop of
the oil Xo one will dispute ihe fact
tliat Cod Liver oil is the greatest and j
simplest tonic known to medians tile I
questidn is which is the b < jst Cod t
Liver oil preparationwe claim and
provethat Vinol Is It is delicious
and the weakest stomach can r ta n
it Try Vinol on our guarantee W
H White Co Druggists
GREEN WATSON
SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
JAN 21 tO FEB 1
ALL WINTER GOODS WILL BE
SACRIFICED
I a
I Short Lived Bachelors
Do bachelors die young Do they
die earlier than married men aske l a
single man lilt would seem so I was
Just reading a report which seems to
argue strongly favor of the matrimo
nial idea The report shows that the
mortality nrnong bachelors from the
age of thirty to fortylive years Js said
to be 27 per cent while among married
men of the same nge it is 18 per cent
For fortyone bachelors who attliU the
age of forty years there are seventy
eight jnnrrlod men who attain the same
age The difference is still more strik
ing In persons of advanced age At
sixty years of age there remain but
twil1t two bachctyrs for fortyeight
married men at seventy years eleven
bachelors for twentyseven married
men and st eighty years three bache
lors for nine married men These fig
tnres seem to indicate that the beat
thingfor a man to do Is to get him n
wife and shako wearing cares of bach
elorhoad We all want to live as long
as possible and live happily if we can
Some bachelors are reasonably happy
But all of them are not Get manred
I Thats the proper coperNevr Or
leans TimesDemocrat
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Michael Ansreloa ork
Michael Vusslo relic almost entirely
upon form the form of the figure and
of the draperies He told Pope Julian
II when the latter requested him to
paint the ceiling of the Sistine chapel
ht Home that be was not a painter
but a sculptor yet after he had shut
himself up for four years from 130S
to 1512 nnd the scaffold was removed
a result had been achieved which is
without parallel in the world Very
wonderful is the work which Michael
Angelo spread over this vast area of
j 10000 square feet Too fact that
j there are G1S principal figures many
I of colossal size besides a great num
bcr of others Introduced for decora
j tic effect and that tlie creator of this
I vast scheme was only thirtythree
when he began his workall this Is
marvelous prodigious and yet not so
marvelous as the variety of expression
I
in the figures of which Jeremiah is on
ly one figure in a small side arch
Charles H Cafiin In St Nicholas
The Cruelty of Pate dc Fole Gras
To eat pate de fois gras is luxury
but to prepare the delicacy for the table
Is prolonged torturefor the goose The
Humanitarian league of England has
Issued a pamphlet on the subject We
behold says an eyewitness Innu
merable geese In this torture chamber
bound fast to the table They lie on
their backs as if crucified We watch
ed how the women pressed some new
victims against the tables so that the
hinder parts should hang over the
edge Two months of torture for the
goose are considered necessary Before
its liver is sufficiently diseased to be
marketable The fowls are fed to re
pletion with salted maize and by this
means thQ liver Is increased to the ab
normal weight of two or even three
pounds Strassburg and Toulouse are
the chief places of manufacture and
The trade amounts toseveral hundred
thousand dollars annually
A Formula For Marrlagre
Tho Frankfurter Zeituug has discov
ered a formula for marriage Nothing
Is more certain it says than that this
formula is right The question asked
is what age should ii mans bride be
The formula is Let x be the mans
age Then x + 2 + 7 = brides age For
example a man is 34 the half of his
age is 17 then 17 plus 7 Is 24 Tho
brides age should be 24 For a man or
34 therefore the proper age for his
wife is 24 Take the man of GO x = GO
+ 2 = 3 O + t The man of GO must marry
a woman of 37 For the juvenile mar
riages of southern latitudes thoformu
la is equally valid The ho blooded
CastilIan for example of 18 wishes to
marry The formula says x = 18r2 = 0 +
7 = 1G His wife should be 10 years old
The Edge of a Vlnctolm
A curious example of how sharply
the edge of a windstorm may be de
fined Is reported by the captain of a
bark When off Valparaiso the cap
tain says a whirlwind came along and
passed over the stern of the vessel A
great accompanied the wind and
every sail and movable thing on the
after part of the ship was carried
away The forward part of the vessel
was untouched by the storm which
passed away in the distance leaving a
train of foam In its wake
Elprlit Arrorrs In thc Air at Once
There is a purely Indian exploit
which Is recognized as a test of fast
shooting says Mr Ernest Thompson
Seton in Country Life In America Jn
this the honor is allowed the archer
who can have six arrows In the nil at
once and the high honor for seven
The Indian record Is eight but not
many Indians have made it
S
Out of Harms Way
What the deuce are you doing on
thetop of that tree Mike Dont you
know that Its being cut down 5 Mike
Yes your honor The last tolme je
had a tree cut down it fell on top of
me and begorri Oill be safe this
tolme London TitBits
A Gcnltzn
Your motberinlnw never pays yet
a long visit said one man to another
How is that
She did once but 1 got niy niatbiii
to come on a visit at the same time
SaJOin ArccmplIslimcntR
Mr Hayrake Well Susan must be
studyin art Mrs Hayrnke Land
sakes Mr HayrakeYes she says
am writing this letter in my drawing
room Chicago News
FOurth Grace
Faith hippeand charity sboulrtcrovfil
closer and make room for gratitude
Atchison Globe
UoaJ Tho JnurnoVij WBT rUiI < rmifS
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1 PR FENNERS
f AH Diseases of tho
i red kidneys bladder and
Iidney urinary organs
I ney Also catarrh heart
r disease gravel dropsy
f AND rhenmatm backache
female trouble
I Backache C ure
i ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD
Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write Drlfenner
Do basspcnt a llfctinio curing just such cases as yours AU consultations FEES
I Limbs Badly Swollen
Dr M 31 Fencr Fredonia N Y
Dear SirAboot 4 years ago I begaa to
v suffer with severe pains in my back raskng it
t f I impossible for me to do any work
4 b My limbs were swollen badly and I was
troubled With an affection of the heart akwall
e coming as I suppose from Kidsey trouble
A sij4i I had tried several Kidney remedies with
j jhi littlo result not satisfactory
I I asked Mr Dorrencc the draggwt who
SLh itial handles your goods bere and he reeonmteaded
your Kidney and Backache Cure sayiae be bad
sold it far Eoraral years very succesaftrily
rif I took 4 bottles and the sweHisg has all
M i gon from my imbsand my heart treeWs oem
pl iely cured
l I have recommeaded this Remedy te a large
4 r number of my acquaintance with the same re
qi7 sult
6 sultI will gladly answer any letter from aay see
I KI11BALLPARRE3H
258 E Washington St CoHwat Miei
Sold by Druggists 50c and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on
the KidneysFREE t
FOR SALE BY J E DUBUISSO d BRO
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o i AAAf i < o i f i i < t i i
r s
II Build a Shed for the I
I Wagons Carts Etc ff
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v The damage sustainel by letting them stand in the weather v
X will be more than the cost of the lumber X
y FRAMING 1200 SIDING 800
j I t PINE SHINGLES 125 i
I Saunders Mill Company I
I J R SAUNDERS President W C MACKEY SficTreas
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Phone 717
i iens cOla Florida
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qL PROGRESSIVE
PEOPLE
I tf r ji 1 require their garments to be pro
I f Lc gressive also The want the tetct
K ideas and styles in fabris pattern
Mi1 cut and fit That is why they pt
r2 their clothing made to order at J
t MENDELS The latest patterns are
1 441f nowready Sufis made to order from
S1SOO to 5000 We are ready for
your order
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Sse J Mendel
t2
28 E Government Street
2 V 1 1Jv oil 1 3Il > >
n A tI co d 7 it r < OltI it t < < RtIi < <
OUR PLAN
DONT YOU WANT A HOME I
THE STANDARD TRUST COMPANY
Incorporated
CAPITAL STOCK 500COO
c issues an Investment Home Purchasing Contract the face value of t
which is 1000 We collect on this contract 600 as advance pay
ment when the application is signed and thereafter a monthly install
ment of 600 payable on the 15th day of each month When a home J
is purchased or a loan is made we charge only 750 par moath with k
t 4 per cent simple interest per annum payable monthly on each 1060 t
adyanced or borrowed
All monthly Installments with 3 per cent interest per annum on
same after the third installment are credited on the purchase price
of the Home or Loan
Each contract Is eligible to a Loan or Funds to purchase a Home
s in the sum of 1000 AFTERSix 6 monthly installments of dies
have been paid thereon as per the conditnons of the contract
1t INVESTIGATE OUR PLAN
Abbott Glutlsr Managers
308 THIESEN BUILDING PENSACOLA FLA
ii Responsible Representatives Wanted
i tf S l < < w m N R H J1
WE NEVER SLEEP
MERCHANTS
Transfer Company
Thorsn Fratcr Managers
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SAFES AND MACHINERY MOVED
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT
Phones 633 and 978 P 0 Box 677
ilUEmim UElmrm rmItam
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S E L REESE Prop Z
JE WEBB
i E Manager t
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A BOYS BEST FRIEND
IS HIS MOTHER
but he doesnt always appreciate her
goodness especially when he grows
into a yom man and mamma laun
ders his linen according to oldfash
ioned methods When a raaa see tee
exquisite color and finish OIl skim
collars and cuffs put on by the New
Method Laundry he is our patron
forever after
Hew Method Laundry
LAWRENCE BORELLI Props
4 6 3 and 10 W Romana St
Phone 1
Re3d Tbg Journals Want Ads
Legal Advertisements
NOTICE
07 Intention To Apply Fo
Patent
Notice is hereby giTrr
ttHdersigmd will apply iu
able Napoteon B Browar
of the State oi florida at rt J
Florida on tte let day 0
A D 19QS for Letters p
poratlns EacasaWa Lan A
turing Cotapaar under ti
proposed charter tb
which is sow hi the off co
retary of State of Flonta
I We H L Covfofftuu c
Iton J R SatNMtors J i Y
Barry C W Lunar J o a
J K Roster all of EMU I
Florida do hereby mak 1
Letters Patent mcorpT
our association iato
to a In
accordance with the L
under the following La
1 The name of rh
shall be Rscamfra Lac 0
turing Company jrtb
office in Peiwaeola f1II1
2 The general natnr <
ness to be transact S a
in lands and timber ma
lumber timber ant Kb A
manufacturing and i tair
stores owning and
01 a
boats tugboats Uarg
other vessels
baiMins r
tram roads and otluv DK i
pontatkm and the doin I
incidental to said bum 01
acquisition holding n
tioa 011 all property wa a I
which may be neeessar
for the carrying oat o i
3 The amount of caii
be Two Hundred Tho I
dirided into two tIaoni
one Hundred Dollar Cl
4 Said eorporattoa
ninetynine years fioat i U
granting Letters Patent t < I
3 The business ban i I
I by a board of seven l >
President owe or mur V
dents a Secretary ant T Ll
aD Assistant Secretary an
Treasurer the oBce of a
Treasurer may be AIM b I
same person the Dir > r > < 4
ejected annually at a m
stockholders to be iteM n
Wednesday in Xovemb I
year and the officers 3ha 1
by the Board of Dirprt > rs a
ing to be held OR the s j > < I
til tAe first election H L c I
shall be president C M r 3
G Pace and J R SauB < i > r V
dents J O Walker sI r
Treasurer ami J K
Assistant Secretary a > II
tant Treasurer an r
lon shall be H L C > r
It
COTul tOll J It Saoiwl J I
H L Berry C W Lunar
Rosier
6 The highest Dml
Jt lo r
an time subject Itself h1 J
HiiMlred Thousand JMia t r
i i be said swoteriUr
for tbe following a Moo
wit
H L CoviagtON KO ar
C M Co viB loa 459 s > har
J R Sawder 4Iahar
J G Pace JiI shar
H L Berry 1 han I
C W Lamar S sbarf t
J O Walker 25 soar
J K Hotter alaat A
Total 39MO aaare
In wRnes whereof the
tioned subscribers hare h r
ed their aames K L r >
IX Corinata J JL Sairi
Pac H L Berry C W La
Walker J K Rooter
State of Florida acaniL i
Before the stthseribe a N
lie in and for said Srar
appeared H L Covinntnn f
In oa J R Sunder J I
L Berry C W Lanuir J
and J K Rosier known
the indiTidnaJa describe
names and acknowledge
executed the foregotas in
the aaes aa4 purposes 7
forth
Giren winter my JaanT
el this the 5th day fI >
D 1365 JA
Seal N < > a
My ConuiilMliia apr
13th IMS
NOTICE L
There wNt be a nitsting
a
holders of the Clutter 3fi
Jaawary 31 at 11 a a
J 3 I CUTTT
Jan lt24
NOTICE FOR rU LICA
Departnient of r r
Land CMUce at Gain
r
laauar
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Notice to herby lven st
Inwingnamed settler ha
of Ms intention to nMk
a
support of his claim ir
proof will be made ber < >
cult Court at Prasa > i
March 47 IMS vis V
Mlllan of Pine Barren
574 far rte N H of X
er
8Tp3NL3lW t
He names te folios
to prove MM continnu
upon and euJtiration of
W A Millar of Pin < i 1
J Hobby of Ptne Bar
D Berg of Ptae Barr
Hobby of Pine Barren r
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GRIST AND COR ME 4
M F GONZALEZ Jk C
Mantifactur
CHOICE MEAL AND jIIUJ
STOCK FEEO
Buy you nl and st
the home n nufa turer
home industry ontr b
labor and leate your mot
hoe town
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