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I 4 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAVJ MON1NGJANUARYWfO 5 I 4
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY
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1 FRANK L AYES
President and General Manager
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It I PENSACOLA FLORIDA JAN 101905
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The Chamber of CommerceV
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I and the Able Report of Secretary Jones I
I tt I Without disparaging In the least the many excellent reports of similar
nature which have been given to the public in years gone by VThe Journal
1 has np hesitancy In saying that the annual report which Secretary W C I
I Jones made to the Chamber of Commerce yesterdtfy and which published
4fn this paper this morning is in every way the most complete and satis
factory that has ever been presented a PensaolbIness organization t
t It Is true in point of results accomplished the secretary this year prob
ably has more material for a good report than he or any other secretary has
ever previously possessed and therein
also is ground for congratulation on
I the part of every resident and every buslnessrfnterest < in the city But It Is
f equally as true that the report itself is a masterly effort which is worth more
to the city many times over than the whole annual expense of maintaining
the Chamber of Commerce and it is a document moreover that could never
lave been produced except through the agency of a live business organ
ationThe
The Journal trusts that every citizen will read Secretary Joness report
Jn folL Few people probably fully realize what the Chamber of Commerce
Js doing what It means In fact to
every man who owns a business a
r toot of real estate in the city If every citizen did appreciate the organiza
J lion for what it is doing and hat it could do wlth the support the entire
I community back of it there would be a rusji for admission which could not
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i t be stemmed and the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce would be the biggest
J I < the llvest proposition of the kind in the southern states I
I t Secretary Joness report shows what can be done by small organization
I 4wlth only a limited support the business interests of the city should now I
t In 1905 proceed to demonstrate what can be done bya large organization
with a more gen aus support I
II The election of Hon John E Stillman to the presidency of the organiza I
tion a position filled so ably and satisfactorily by President Jno C Avery
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for the past yearInsures an active and aggressive executive head and the
1 1 reelection of Secretary W C Jones completes a combination of enterprise
1 41 and energy which would be hard to improve upon Now let the business in
j terests all get down to business with the Chamber 6fjCommerce and make
I hi theyear 1905 thebiggest andbest in the citys history
I
r TWENTYSIXTH ANNUAL
I EDITION OF THE TRADESMAN I
The twentysixth annual edition of
ffhe Tradesman published at Chatta
nooga Tenn is the largestever issued
t 3iy t1 popular trade journal and the
master contained therein is ft testimo
1 nial of the commercial and Industrial
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f growth and importance of the South
Jr ern states
If DurIng the many years of its exist
i ence The Tradesman has been a fear
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II I less and unbiased exponXit of the
many advantages of the Southern
J elates and has worked unremittingly
hi I tov further the development of their
jt pommerclal relations to all the world
1 The edition just issued consists of
I I 284 pages a large part of which is
devoted to tables and statistics con
ceraing the Southern states In the
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introduction to the annual the pub
4 Jishers say
S In this Twentysixth Annual we
I ave attempted something which in
1 dudes all that had been undertaken
4n previous Annuals and goes many
I1 paces beyond all other efforts made in
this direction so far asw are advis
J ed We have taken up the subject of
jfioqthern development with the single
l idea of presenting it in a complete
fform accurate and uptodate and in
L dexed and arranged so as to be handy
ilor reference wherever any informa
I tion may be required concerning the
r i 1 South The comprehensive statistical
I1 J information contained herein was pre
j I 1 pared exclusively for The Tradesman
I i tnd the greatest care has been taken
t I to have all the tables correct up to
v flue date of the latest available fig
ures This has never been so com
FI 1 prehensively attempted with reference
1 to the South alone and h < ace we are
I j t certain that the convenient tables will
i prove of great service especially to
I1 I t manufacturers and dealers who wish
1 j t to learn Southern conditions with a
it vIew to entering this rich field of
t j trade i
I Another feature of the Twenty
filth Annual is the directory of South
Vein Industries classified according to
the states in which they are located
I and the nature of the industries This
g directory is carefully revised to date
and will in itself prove a most valu
able reference for the office of all
d business concerns in every part of
the country It is a feature which
wives time and money and assists in
locating the places to open new busi
i ness connectionsthree considerations
tirhich every business man will readily
appreciate
The intention of The Tradesman Is
I to make permanent features of these
Departments in the Annual revising
the data each year and showing by
cold but convincing figures what pro
gress the South is making and where
the greatest development is shown
Those who obtain copies of The
Tradesman Annual will therefore
have a ready reference of the Sbuui
ern states exclusively and in such
form asfLo render it an essential part
of their office equipment for every
day use
The Daily Bulletin pink sheet
ervlce of The Tradesman has we be
3iever increased in practical value dur
j ing the year and we claim that Uis
Vthe most reliable and comprehensive
4 pervlce of the kInd offered cencernilu
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I Southern enterprises Beside the
regular semimonthly Tradesman and
the Daily Bulletin we furnish to daily
newspapers a summary of Southern
industrial progress every week and
publish a quarterly comparative re
I view at the end of each quarter thus
keeping the caxefujTreading public
constantly advised as to the progress
of Industrial in this section
The Panama Canal Commission
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seems to bea bone of contention for
the republicans to gnaw on The
Washington Post evidently convinced
of the uselessness of the commission
The slnglff fat is that the canal
commission Is a stumbling block an
obstacle a costly and benumbing in
fluence There is no place for It in
any scheme of wholesome enterprise
Thereare no useful duties which any
of the commissioners can perform
even if he were stationed on the isth
mus instead of dawdling here in
Washington 0
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Tomorrow Is Christmas and The
Times wishes all its readers a merry
Christinas tida happy New Year
May peace and plenty health and hap
piness be yours Is the wish of The
Times ApalachtcolaTimes Jan 7
Will the editor of The Times kindly
tell us what happened to him on I
Christmas cvcthat tisetl him to lose
two whole weeks
r Maybe the reason that Uncle Rus
sell Sag persists in chasing dollars I
at the advanced age of eightyeight ISI
because he believes them truly Al
mighty i
I Mrs ChacIwieK has also turned over 1
a new leaf Itis hot a leaf from her
check book however as that has been
exhausted
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The Colorado situation has been re
versed Adams is governor and Pea
i body assumes the role of protestor
I Those Russian officers who ref s
par t evidently believe the frying
pan pJCerab thefire
Reports Indicate that Japan isbeing
Russlan12ed7with PrIsoners from Port
Arthur
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JOSEPH WIN ATE FOLK
GOVERNOR OF MISSOURI
Editor Pensacola Journal
One oftbgjnpst strenuous and ex
citing of gubernatorial contests was
the raqeof Josgph W Folk and Val
bridge for the governorship of the
commonwealth t > f Missouri made last
falL Mr Folk a native of Tennessee
j came into the office of prpsecuting at
torney of the city of SL Louis possess
I ed of ability and Integrity and deter
mIned to dQ his duty A strong and
I well organized system of corruption
f back dby large capital protected by
1 p strong cordon of boodlers pushed
With brazen effrontery confronted
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N Jwpll r VS Magazine f
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At the convention of the Inter
national Advertising Association at
St Louis several weeks ago Thomas
Balmer of the SuHerick Publishing
Company made the statement before
the convention that magazine adver
tising was the only real profitable ad i
vertising to the advertiser Ho stated
further that aU sman advertisers the
ten and twelve Unc advertisers should
be barred Gerald Pierce busuess
manager of the Chicago 1tecord Herald
replied to Mr Balmer the following
day saying in part
Mr Balmer made the statement
yesterday that he would kill in infancy
every five to twejveline advertiser
and ho got it up to fourteen I be
lieve said the small advertiser
not exist That rather than be a small
advertiser he bad betternot be an ad
vertiser at all
He therefore declared for the
principle that all men must start at
the top i
Why how rdicr ousTne most ex
pert men I emnloy on the Record
Herald in Chicago ate the men who
induce the small advertiser to spend
his money and try to itejp him spend
It successfully
hi would rather have twenty small
focal advertisers than two of the big
gest department stores in Chicago in
my paper That kind of thing vibrates
and keeps alive the business interest
It fells the story of the town adver
tising does I claim even though I
am disputed by the managing editor
that the advertising is the most im
portant part ofa paper it Is read
more The pople who advertise are
the ones I arrt trying to cultivate
trying to make th successful ad
vertisers and some day they will be
big advertisers Balmer made the
statement am only here to respond
to Mr Balmer I am not making a
speech because I cant do Ifhut this
man riled me very much yesterday
Why he made the statement yeSt r =
da that 60 per cent of the advertisers
failed purely because they were small
advertisers
Now think of it Bradstreet and
Dun tell us that 95 per cent of the
business world fails so at least the
small advertiseris 35 per cent above
the average
He said that 80 per cent of the
daily newspaper advertising solicitors
fail and leave the field My expert
him Neither jibes bribes nor threats
turned him from his purposes He got
well into their secrets matured and
fortified his Indictments and out of a1
score of evil doers convicted 18 crim
inals By the delays of the law and
reversed decisions of the supreme
court some of them escaped But twO
were landed In the State prison and
the cases of Ed Butler Chas Kratz
R M Snyder and T B Allbrlght
charged < with bribery taking of bribes
and perjury are still on the docket
When Mr Folks bomb fell Into
this camp there was consternation
81000 bills were In evidence heavy
bonds covered some conscious of
guilt some went to the verge of sui
clde others found refuge in flight
Canada Mexico and the Continent be
came places of asjlum By the unus
ansi ability and strength ot Mr Folk
in extradition law most of these were
brought home to answer
The effect of this masterly prosecu
tion opened the peoples eyes puri
fied the situation and its salutary
effect was felt In municipal affairs
throughout the land
The people then rote up and said
Joseph W Folk shall be our gov
ernor Political men and machines
that had ends to serve and u strong
confederacy of bopdlers who had
scalps to save in unison said No
All the artifice that envy could use or
malice could < Invent and money could
push were used to defeat himEmI
sarles were sent to Tennessee to ex
amine his antecedents arid record
They found he was in the line of the
Wingates by his mother his father
was above reproach kls brother was
to be and now Is treasurer of the
state of Tennessee for the third term
and he himself had an unblemished
character
The election of Joseph W Folk to
the gubernatorial chair of Missouri
was a triumph of the people VIce
and crime got a black eye and virtue
its reward PATHFINDER
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Progressive Pensacola
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Pensacola is already preparing for
Its Mardi Gras which promises to be
greater and grander than ever before
Pensacola is a busyprogrcsslve plac
Tampa Herald S
Record Breaking Business
Ppnsacola Is chqcksiiblock with
Christmas business The Journal
says that from all fndicatiops the pres
ent week Is going tQ be a record break
er for holiday bisness In Pensacola
I There are more people and probably
I more money in Pensacolathan at any
similar period in any prevIous year
Jacksonville MeropoUs
Grand Jurys Presentment
It only requires about two days for
grand juries here toinvestigate all
matters comlng before them In Pen
sacola two weeks were consumed and
the ending was a lengthy fourcolumn
presentment which really amounts to
nothing so far as the court Is concern
ed No such thing down this way It
costs too much for drawing up such
shortlived papers Jacksonville Me
tropolis
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Hon John S Beard ForSepator
Among all the brilliant sons of Flor
ida and they are not few in number
none shine with greater as
a genuine statesmanthan the above
distinguished Floridlan His superior
merits and ability enlinesnJin to re
cognition Too lonsr his ability to serve
his state In high places has passed tin
f
ence extends over twelve years and
I during that time out of my office have
graduated three advertising managers
of metropolitan papers four success
ful magazine representatives and a
number of magazine employees In the
advertising field
The dally newspaper prints in one
week more advertising than any five
j magazines print In a year It prints
five times as many advertisements as
I any one magazine prints In five years
it does thatIri one Sunday edition
Then he asks why we have to
have solicitors We have 5000 adver
tisements In one Sunday paper a
good many df them have to be looked
I after nlatter must be secured and
i letters written and lotsujf times copy
I must be prepared for the advertising
in the daily newspaper
I Now as to the daily newspaper
it chronicles the daily events of the
world it represents the heartthrobs
I of the people Where do any of you
I want your notices to appear Take
a successful business coupa success
ful transaction of any kind Where
j do you expect to find the great events
chronicled of your lives Birth mar
riage death Where do you try to
find all that is of human interest
I Where do you look for that Where
is the advertising to be found that
should interest the man who needs
I the things that you are most vitally
interested In selling
This gentleman spoke about street
car advertising Well as I say we
can excuse him because he does not
know He talks about the rider lit a
stretcher being impressed with anad
If he had not mentioned any of these
ads I could have called upon you and
I dont believe even though you are
advertising menthat you would re
member onequarter of the signs in a
street car Men can not carry them
away with them they do not fold them
up they lose them as soon as they
leave the carif they ever see them
But when they take their dally
I paper in the morning they read some
thing that is of interest to them The
advertisement is there and they have
time to read it and digest It and they
have time to find out where the place
is to which they can go and purchase
and they become the purchasers in
one day Instead of having to rifle a
year in the street car in order to have
an ad impressed upon their minds
recognized The state needs the Sr
vices that he is so competent to give
and should have them But he isno
politician theres the ruband the
reason In our opinion why he dccuV
pies practically an unrecognized po
sition today We need him in the
United States senate where his supe
rior ability would not only serve the
state but confer honor and distinction
upon the same Westville Advocate
and Advertiser
Escambia Countys Grand Jury
Escambiatctiuntys grand jury In fto
late session itcircult court at Pensa j
cola was a body of men who reflected
honor and distinction on their county 1
by the conscientious vigilant and
thorough manner in which they dis
charged their important duties
Their example Is well worthy of
I Imitation bjhlill the grand juries in
the state In hat case we dare affirm
that there would soon be seen and
I felt a vast improvement over present
conditions all along the line One
great reason why crime abounds to
any extent Is because of neglect in en
forcing the laws on the statute books
and it is the duty of the grand jury
to see that it Is done or apply the
remedy for npglect Westville Advo
cate and Advertiser
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May Not BetTried
Judge Swayne may not be tried be
cause the house special committee
while unanimous In believing the
judge guilty cannot agree upon the
specific charges Mobile Register
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Christmas Nurfibers
The Jacksonville Metropolis and
TimesUnion and the Gainesville Star
anti Penacofa Journal have all Issued
excellent Christmas numbers For
downright beauty the Gainesville
Stars Christmas edition had every >
thing else skinned to denthZ
Advertiser i
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Vanguard of the Fleet
Mall is arriving at Pensacola for
several warships but It is expected
thai the vanguard of the fleet which
will maneuver In the bay there Will
soon he sighted As the vessels np
proafii the harbor the wireless Tele
graph system will be fully tested and
messages will be exchanged between
ship and shore Jacksonville Tinfes
S S
Evidence of Worth i
As evidence oC the worth and ap
preciation of Metropolis editorial
fond local news matter The Pensscola
Journal one of the most re
liable and capable papers In its issue
of last Sunday contains three editorial
clippings and two local stories from
Metropolis columns and gives Credit
for the same Can another afternoon
paper of Miami make the same boast
Thanks Bro Mayes Miami Metrbp
oils
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Highly Complimentary
Editor Mayesrcontnues to make his
Pensacola Journal thold its own against
I all comers as a lively newsp per
Outside dfttieWraesTJhion The Jour
nal is the only morning newspaper In
the state Its eiiterprise the news
I field Is only surpassed by its editorial
brilliancy and soundnessTampa
Herald
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No Doubt of It
Judge Swayne no doubt wishes that
Floridas representation had been ut
down before Congressman Lamar vas
electedOcala Banner
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A Toast
Heres to the lying lips we meet
For turthful lips are bores
But lyinglips are very sweet =
When lying close to yours
RG Smitb in > January Smart Set
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4 NEWS AND VIEWS
O FROM STATE PAPERS
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DeFuniak is Growing
Last quarters receipts at the post
in its
the heaviest
office hdre were
history There is no more certain in
dication of the growth of a community
than this and when the last quarter
of the same year exceeds the first
quarter of the same year when there
lathe rush Cbatauqua matterDc
FUniak Breeze
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No Cause of Niggardliness
1 That deficit of 20000000 In the
treasury accounts for the year 1904
does not loom up so alarmingly when
we remember that the years expendi
tures Included 40000000 paid on the
Panama canal account It is true
there was a small actual falling off in
the receipts of the government but
it was a comparative trifle There is
no justification for the republican
leaders of congress to get into a panic
and become niggards in the matter of
public improvements It would be
e as well to spend the usual sum
of money on rivers and harbors and
public buildings and then if there
js a condltlon of poverty in the treas
ury a year hence it will be time
enough tb begin to retrench
And when the economy does begin
if it need begin af allthe utmost
care should be exercised that it Is not
made tq apply in the wrong places
and directions It might be that our
big navy peed not be all the time on
a parade that costs money and a
change in that direction would save
Some mlHlons Tampa Times
Ual ldYertis ments
0 NOTICE
Of Intention To Apply For Letters
Patent
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Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the Honor
able Napoleon B Broward Governor
of the State of Florida at Tallahassee
iiFlorlda on the 10th day of February
I A D 1905 for Letters Patent Incor
porating Esqambla Land Manufac
turihg Company under the following
proposed charter the original of
which is now in the office of the Sec
retary of State of Florida
We H L Covlngton C M Coving
I ton J R Saunders J G Pace H L
Berry C W Lamar J O Walker and
IBerm
IJ K Rozier all Escambia County
Florida do hereby make plication for I
Letters Patent incorporating us and
our association Into a corporation in
accordance with the Laws of Florida
under the following charter
i The name of the corporation
shall be Escambia Land Manufac
turing Company with its principal
office in Pensacola Florida
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2 The general nature of the busi
ness to bti transacted shall be dealing
in lands and timber manufacturing I
lumber timber and other wood goods
manufacturing and dealing In naval
stores owning and operating steam
boats tugboats barges lighters and
other vessels building and operating
tram roads and other means of trans
pprtation and the doing of all things
I
Incidental to said business and tha
acquisition holding Use and disposi
tion of allproperty real and personal
which may be necessary or convenient
for the carrying tout of such purposes
3 Thd amount of capital stock shall I
be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars I 1
divided into two thousand shares of
one Hundred Dollars each
4 Satd oJ1 oration shall exist for
ninetynine years from the date of
I granting Letters Patent to it
5 Thp business shall be conducted
bya board of seven Directors a
President tone or more VicePresi
dents a Secretary and Treasurer and
an Assistant Secretary and Assistant
Treasurer1 the offices of Secretary and
Treasurer may be filled by one and the
same person the Directors shall be
elected annually at a meeting of the
stockholders to be held on the second
Wednesday in November of each
year and the officers shall be elected
by tbe Board of Directors at a meet
ing to be held on the same day Un
til tne first election H L Covlngton
shall be pesident C M Covington J
G > Pace and J R Saunders VlcePresI
dents J O Walker Secretary and
Treasurer and J K Rozier
Assistant Secretary and Assis
tant Treasurer and the Dlrec
tQrs hall be H p Covington C XL
Covlngton J R 3aunders J G Pace
H L Berry C W Lamar and J K
Rozier
6 The highest amount of Indebted
ness to which the corporation can at
any time subject itself shall be Five
Hundred lhQusand Dollars 500000
H 7 The sad subscribers subscribe
for the following amounts of stock to
wit
it L Covington 450 shares 45400
C M Covlngton 450 shares 45000
J R Saunders 450 shares 45000
J G Pace 450 shares 45000
Ii li Berry 100 shares 10000
C W Lamar 50 shares 5000
I J O Walker 25 shares 2500
Jl 1C Rozier 25 shacs2500
Total 30000 shares 200000
f In witness whereof the before men
tioned subscribers have hereunto sign
fed thtiir liarhes H L Covington C
M Coviugtpn J R Saunder J G
Pace H L Berry C W Lamar J O
Walker K Rozier
State of Florida Escambia County
Before the subscriber a Notary Pub
lic In and for said State personally
appeared L Covington C M Coy
ington Jn Saunders J G Pace H
L Berry C W Lamar J O Walker
and J K Rozier known to me to be
the individuals described by said i
namesand acknowledged that they
executed the foregoing insirunienlv for
the uses and purposes therein set
forth t
Given under my hand and official
seal this the 5th day of January A
D 1905 J A AVANT
Seal Notary Public
> My Commission expires February
131K 1908 Jan 10oaw4w
BASKET BALL AT ARMORY
HALt TUESDAY NIGHT JAN 10
BETWEEN THE C L IS AND THE
IUENTFIVE ADMISSION 25C
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No 5603
VH L COVINGTON President M E CLARK Cashier
C W LAMAR VicePresident JNO PFEIFFER Asst Cashier
The American National Bank
OP PENSACOLA FLA
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock 5200000 Surplus S3 3ODD
DXBEOTOaS
Henry L Covington S J Foshoe
A M Avery
very
J iL Pfeiffer
W H Milton Jr
Bryan Dnnwody O E Maura
Frank Reilly W L Cawthon
W S Rosasco ij C A ONeal
T F 1tcGonr1 o 7 iIt Dr W J Hannah
F E Browner McKenzie Oorttag
C W Lamar Alex McGowta
J R Saunders C M Covington
Accounts of > Banks Individuals Corporations and Firms Solicit 1 l
Four per cent interest palo1 on Time Deposits
L Hilton GrIer v P es T E Welles VIcePres R M Bushnell Car
OF L
The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Directors TV E Welles Rfac M Robinson Gea W Wright MorrU iia
L Hi ton Green
A general Banking business trans acted Vessels accounts hau liri t
favorable terms Excbajgo bought anJ sold Collections orcmoUv v
tended to
F C BRENT WM H KN OWLES W K HYER JL
President Vice I realdenL 3th
W N ROBERTS T W ERSNT
Asst Cashier Asst Cashier
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA FLA
Directors W IL Knowles W A Die una F C Brent W E Hyer Jr n
G Brent
Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sod Vesnels dlibin
on the siost favorable teims and tnelr obligations taken payable at pott ol
destination ten days after the vessel arrives there
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT IN CONNECTION WITH
WiICH WE HAVE A PRIVATE DEPARTMENT FOR THE USE OF
RENTERS
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest Paid on Time Deposits at rats af
4 per cent per annum
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I JS REESE President E W MENEFEE Caahlarr
R M CARY VIcePresIdent
THE PEOPLtS BANK OF PENSACOIA
Directors J Reeves So Cahn W DeC Kessler R M Ca < jf j
J S Reese >
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
i YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLTCTTKr j
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When you find the place that will give you
TH MOST GOOD
CLEAN COAL FOR MONEY
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cling 10 it We believe we do it and believe ow strrlce w
give you perfect satisfaction I
OFFICE PHONE M Mil R YAKD lHO tr
I E > ttVJIu aPJFr M y fC L II
43 South Palafox StreetNorthwest Corner Tarragona and GaCdeI
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OUR PLAN
i DONT YOU WANT A HOME
THE TANPARD TRUST COMPANY
t Incorporated <
CAPITAL STOCK 500000
issues an Investment Home Purchasing Contract the face Ta21kJ
which is 1000 We collect on this contract 600 as advance pa <
ment when the application is signed and thereafter a raoathtjr ta u
ment of J6QO payabld on the 15th day of each month Wh B a Horn I
is purchased or a loan ig made we charge only 7I per wyith w
4 percentsimple interest per annum payable monthly MI Mca 1811 f
advanced or borrowed
All monthly installments with 3 per cent Interest per at xw m n
same after the ihird Installment are credited 011 the pnrcfcasr prt
of the Homo or Loan
Each contract Is eligible to a Loan or Funds to purcbaH a Horn1
In the sum of 1000 A TER Six I 6 monthly installments of dM
have been paidthereon as per the condltnons uf the contract
INVESTIGATE OUR PLAN
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HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SAFES AND MACHINERY MOVE
SPECIAL ATTENTION GtVE TO
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Veterinary Surgeon
Office 31 East Cedar Street
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