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PENSACOLA FLA JAN 11 1905
FEDERAL JUDGES
AND THEIR EXPENSES
j Since the impeachment proceedings
f Were Instituted against Judge Charles I
L 1 Swayne a great deal of interest has
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been evinced all over the country In I
the possible outcome of the case Now I
i that the charges have narrowed down I
t to the question of expenses the inter
1 I est Is if anything greater than before
j because of the ppssibillty of similar j
I II charges being preferred against other I
federal judges who it is alleged have
H made a practice of charging up the t
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maximum amount allowed 10 peri
1 day whether actual expenses reached
v that figure or not In this connection
i the Atlanta Constitution says I
i 1t In view of Secretary Shaws tabular
ill showing that a number of federal
u judges are In the habit of charging the
t full limit of 10 per day to cover ex
4 penses when on duty outside their
I M districts it may be well to again call
t attention to the difference betrween
I jl many such cases and that of Judge
7 Swayne of Florida I I
y It is the theory back of all expense
J allowances that an official of the gov
ornment and especially a federal
lF judge is entitledto enjoy just as good
C accommodations when off performing
> 4 service for the government as be en
t J joys at his home The judge who IB
i assigned for service in a large city
11 to Illustrate should take the best
r hotel accommodations and the gov
I ernment expects that he will The
government Is ready to pay all the
expenses involved but as in all other
Ii cases a maximum limit is fixed I
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The judge who takes such accom
Jf modations and whose legitimate ex
I penses reach 10 a day as they cer
I tainly do in many such cases is en
titled to the maximum limit and is
certainly doing nothing improper in
making the charge A judge would
doubtless be within tne provisions of
the law if he were to take very elab
1 orate hotel accommodationsfar betI
tec if that is possible than he enjoys
at his home I
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4 But In the Swayne case it is shown
4 that he charged the full 10 a day at
tt a time when he was paying out for
k 1 his actual expenses very much less
i In one instance as we recall it only
125 a day The house committee
I found that with Judge Swayne it was
I simply a of doing the
case govern
ment out of the difference which is a
crime and nothing else
It Is not for a minute to be assumed
because a number pf other judges
a 1 ihave been found charging the maxi
S mum expense allowance that these
have been improper charges or that1
ashas been Insinuated other Impeach
S ments are to follow If it can be
found that these judges or any ot
UI them have been using this expense
j ll allowance as a means to an increase
t of personal revenue as is shown ini
the Swayne case such t a judge will
t be called tp account I
I IT Itis well to keep in mind the exact
ru J nature of the crime of which Judgo
r u Ii Swayne is accused There is no good
I V ground for the suspicion that other
judgeshave been guilty of such petty
thievery even if these judges have
< been in the habit of charging maxi
t mum expense bills
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The presidential electors selected at
the national eleotlon on November S
met at Tallahassee on Monday and
cast the vote of Florida for Parker
and Davis Hon T Jennings of
this city being selected to convey the
ballots to Washington where the en
tire electoral vote will be canvassed
by congress on February 8
The action of the Florida electors
In thus honoring Mr Jennings by se
I lectlng him to perform this important
f duty Is in line with a suggestion made
by The Journal shortly after the elec
tion last falL The Journal is glad to
1 know that the views it expressed at
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I that time are shared by the honorable
d electors of the state and is also grati
fied that so great an honor should fall
01 upon such worthy houlders
I
it Residents of Florida take keen de
light in reading the harrowing ac
lc counts of terrific blizzards and zero
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< temperature in the northern states
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while the ice wagon down herq con
f tinues its daily rounds
a
TJinloss General Stoessel wants to be
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K branded asa false prophet he will i I
have to wander back to Port Arthur
when he gets ready to shuffle off this
mortal coil 4 I
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The locks of the Panama canal con j
sist at present of deadlocks among the j
absentee commissioners says the Age
Herald
The dominIonrofvDavyi Is also 1
1 > clnFR sstant di I
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l i VOXPOPULI I
I Pleasures of the country
Editor Pensacola Journal
No one can appreciate the real
I comfort and pleasure that a countr
life affords until an absence from it
i for years seeking other sources in
busy itldsbr travel in many slates
for what may only be secured with
less exposure to temptations and a
sense of independent ease as in the
country Baok again to tread in free
dom the unpolluted soil where the
fodtfall glvfes back no echoing sound
from the yielding grass breathing the
air pure and sweet from the grassy
fields or pinescente forest one feels
like taking a new lease on life
But conditions have undergone
man changes since wlfen country
life was abandoned years ago and
many disastrous changes are visible
on every handchanges that cannot
be remedied for many decades I
The humble shack of the squatter
or settler that years ago furnished
all the comfort of shelter and warmth
his humble life required no longer
gives him the needed protection al
though the pine knots burn as brighton I
on his fire place and the clapboard
roof shelter him from the rain the
chilling north wind Is no longer vest
bound by miles of virgin forest and
his poorly built house is penetrated
on many sides by an air that almost I
chills Ihe marrow in the bones His
natural protection djsappeared before
I I the axe of the log man to feed the 1
everdevouring saw mill when the de
mands of greed and civilization were
alike satisfied Ranges for an unlim
ited number of cattle and sheep which
grew fat on rich grasses are no long
or productive as feeding grounds ex i
posing the soil to the intense heat of
summer by the removal of protecting
foliage has destroyed or rendered I
I non utriU ns many varieties of the
native grasses and all that is left to
thE wandering herds and flocks is
tasteless grass and the coming of
cold weather find them neither shel
ter nor feed for their gaunt forms
Before these disastrous changes
were made throughout the country
the forests were gay with bright
plumaged bfrds and vocal with songs
warbled from the throats of migratory
birds from the far north None of
th se attractions exist today The
Upot hunter has been abroad Jn the
laild and has madsuch a merciless 1
slaughter of the feathered tribe that
scarcely a chirp is heard among the
I
i blackjacks and If one more brave
Oj courageous than another the dead
jly shot gun in the hand of some idler
Ms there take its life as the writer i
witnessed a few Sabbaths ago
One of the rnqsj desirable of In
jsectiverous of the birds common to
this locality had lighted on a dead
pine tree and had barely settled on
Its perch before a deadly gun was
aimed and discharged and brought
I the poor thing to the ground in the
agonies of dissolution This cruel act
was done by a welHlressed man but
a violator of both a sacred and stat
ute law
He did not soe me and when he
left the writhing bird where it had
fallen f sought the spot and ended
the agony of this act of unwarranted
cruelty by dispatching the l ird I
do not know the duties the law de
fines for the game warden to per
form whether he is to look after
offenders ras closely on the Sabbath
day as on otber days I think he
would find aVniany offenders on that
day as dutfng the week
EXINSPECTOR I
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x TRIUMPHS WARFARE
AND IN REALMS OF PEACE x
San Diego Sun f
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The year 1904 heavily darkened as
if has been by the clouds of war has
nevertheless made much remarkable
history In all departments of human
progress Notwithstanding one of
I the greatest wars in all history has
held the center of the international I
stage the year has been noteworthy
for congresses looking to mans sociai
intellectual and spiritual betterment
and It has seen issued a worldwide
I call of he iiStnlr second Hague
conference for the promotion of uni
versal peat
The year has given us one of the
greatest bailies oho of the most re
I markable Dieses and ore of th most
i marvelous series of brilliant victories
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I But it has given us too equally re
i markable triumphs in the realms of
peacThe
The year has seen a decision of the
Ionsmoated question of a transistb
mlan canal and tho inauguration of
the great wprk A triumph of engi
II Ieciflnp skill hut little inferior fans
I ben ijonelnfled in the completion of
I the sea wallat Gal veston Texas Au
oliIke aehiieinent otroat en
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rlijg k111 thothpIetIon
ofrtheNew YorkSJlbtc
It has been tho year of the largest
crops ever raised in this country
Steamship locomotive sutomqbilo
and trotting records nave I been smash I
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Distinct advances haye ben made
in the fields o botr wireless tele i
graphy and aerial navigation
Other notable scientific achieve
ments He in the seeing telephone
and in the improved method of pho
tography in colors
The legal audttflnancial event of the
year in this country was tho anti
trust decision of the United States
supreme court in the Northern Secu
rities merger caseone of the most
important and farreaching de
cisions ever handed down by that
body
todIn
In a way diatlhctly discreditable
the year in this country has been
marked by a total of 130 lynchings
against the highest previous record of
104The f
The labor troubles of the year so
marked that a one time 160000 men
and women were on strike have been
given unusual importance because of
the remarkable developments in the
Colorado strike
A sociological cent of the year de
serving special mention was the es
tablishmont with clerical sanction of
what has become known as the sub
way saloon
A total of 40000000 has been given
during the year to charity and public
benefactions
The Baltimore c and the burning
of the excursion stennor General Sloe
cum arc honors of the year that will
be historic
In spite of war and same great dis
asters it has not been a bad year
particularly for the people ofthis
country The conditions and the out
look were never better than today
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COTTON QUESTION
AFFECTING PLANTERS l
Courier Journal
The aspect of the cotton question as
affecting the plantersIs not encourag
ing The great area in which the
I plant can be raised and the large num
ber of persons engaged in the business
make it impracticable to have unison
of action in any scheme which will
limit the production or control the
crop when marketable so as td fores
spinners or speculators to pay a high
price for it In other words it seems
impracticable to form the Cotton
Trust in the interest of the producers
and that appears to be tho best of all
the schemes now discussed It is a
little curious to see the change
wrought in the short space of a year
Twelve months ago the planters were
i alarmed lest from the boll worm a
still greater shortage would ensue and
all energies were applied for providing
against that danger Thai consequence
was that there was the unprecedented
acreage of 31000010 acres put in culti
vation which at the percentage of
crop prospects in the early summer as
reported by the census bureau promis
ed a yield of 15000000 bales Yet the
planters escaped this threatened ca
lamity and with the December esti
mate of 12162000 bales the price of
cotton fell belpw the cost of produc
tionOne
One unfortunate feature in the case
is the lack of practical cooperation
among the planters This wfts first
disclosed in the Shreveport boll worm
convention when the cotton planters
of the eastern stales proposed as a
I means of reducing production next
year that the boll worm area in Texas
should remain unplanted This created
jno little bad feeling being resented by
I Texas and since then there lias been
other evidences of lack of unison En
congress a Georgia delegate leads in
la movement to abolish the estimates
of the census bureau and n Texas
member as strenuousl advocates It
What will be the result is difficult to
foretell But there can be no question
that the only sensible thing to br
done is to reduce the area of produc
tion By what system of cooperation
this can be effected not plain But
if the planters cannOt agree among
themselves the suggestion of tho Mem
phis Planters Journal may serve the
I purpose This is for the land owners
and supply merchant to enforce a
I reduction of acreage by agreeing not
to rent nor advance money on sup
plies to any grower who plants more
I than a stipulated number ofacres of
cotton to each plow animal thenum
ber being in Inverse ratltf to the fer
I tility of the soil The trouble about it
lis as in regord to all other schemes
I to bring about sufficient cooperation
to make it effective The ultimate re
sult will doubtless be as hi regard to
corn wheat and other of the staple
crops to let each farmer or planter
act on his own judgment and ultimate
ly learn wisdom by experience how
ever expensive Theresa the same
objection in principle to a cotton as to
a steel or other trust
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PROPOSED VAGRANT LAW 1
FOR STATE OF FLORIDA
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Live Oak pemocrat
During the campaign preceding the
lest primary electjon a great many
candidates for legislative honors ex
pressed themselves as favoring a va
grant law and most ofthem cited the
Georgia law as ambde for Florida
A few days ago Judge TJmofy Spoor
recognized as oncjot the abldst jurists
in the South rendered a decision in
I which he declaredtho Georgia agrant
law unconstitutional as It was in con
flict with personal libeTJ t
Upon mature deliberation we arfi
at a loss to understand how a va
I grant law can be framedthat will be
constitutional Th re must b a line
rf distinction between thqTagraht and
the lawful citizen and WhcfC shall It
be drawn There area great many
times when sonie bf > qurtbest men hap
pen to be withouUready cash in the r
pockets Certainly they are not va
grants There arq a great many oth
ers who seemingly doVriqt work be
cause having acquired sufficiency
have no need to the continually at It
They are not vagrant
Some of the iSost skilled laborers
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In the cott are often out 6f cnt
ployment from various causes and I
are forcer fto seek a means of sub
KistenceKariong trattgers Shall we
condemn ient as vagrants because
possibly of unavoidable circumstan
ces
As statd there must bea line of
distinctiorJand it will take the com
bined effots of bur ablest law makers
to draw i if indeed it can be done
That her should be some law to
force the idle and vicious element to
work is knowledged but it seems
that vagnnt laws will not stand the
testHere
Here If food for thought for those
law makes who promised the people
to enact i vagrant law in Florida If
one canned be formed that will stand
the searchlight of the courts It is
better to save time and money by let
ting it alcne Weare in favor fsoflie
means tc acquire the necessary re
suits but do not favor the enactment
of a law simply to gratify personal
ambitions obe annulled at the first
test in the courts
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Yo t
y NEWS AND VIEWS f
fJ FROM STATE PAPERS
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Discrimimtion in Rates
The Stasdemurs Governor Brow
ards statement that the conservative
admlnistntion of our railroad com
mission lays is largely responsible for
the material prosperity of the state
unless primarily referred to Jack
sonville and other seaport citc I
Now if tie governor will urge the
legislatur and the railroad commis
sion to 3bitrate for all or the state
in a fair and equitable rate and not
discriminate in rates against interior
cities he will be dealing justly with
all of the people Ocala Star
Hon Davd B Hill
Let us acknowledge the bow of
David Bemet Hill He has labored
long and night have neon a more suc
cessful pditlcian as well as a richer
man had le labored less but no word
of accusation should follow him He
may have erred in judgment he has
been dlchtorial and he has often
seemed tc sacrifice principle to expe
diency bit those have sinned more
who have not resigned a tithe of the
criticism hurled at him His oppo
nents havs not been accused or sus
pected of putting a dishonest dollar in
his pocket and that should go far with
the peoph to whose service or guid
ance he row denies the closing years
of his life that he may die in peace
I not rim cert3InlyJacksonvillc
TimesUnion
Administration of Jennings
Governor Jennings has retired from
the govenorshlp of Florida leaving
behind hin a record of which any man I
would hao just cause to feel proud I
His administfation has boon clean
businesslike and honest and it will
go down n history as one of the most I
nrosperoii and ablest that has ever i
I been glvin to FloridaWcst Pdlm
Beach Stn I
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Texas Holds the Record j
The Florfda Pardoning Board cannot
hold a caadic to Governor Lanham of
Texas who on Christmas day turned
loose on the awabiding people of the
state twentyseven convicted felons i
several of them murderers Tnat is i
surely going a little too farSt Au
gustine Rocdrd
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A New Administration
Once mere has the Land of Flowers
bloomed cutbtinder a new admlnistra
tion The administration of Hon W
S Jennings has expired and that of
Hon Napoleon B reward takeg its
place
Governor Jennings retires from he
high and responsible position he has
held the last four years with added
laurels to his distinguished record
Under his wise and patriotic adminis
tration the state has prospered to a
wonderful degree He has left behintl
him an example and a condition of
affairs that his distinguished succes
sor may sincerely and honestly desire
to equal but can scarcely hoe to
exceed
Governor Jennings was an ideal
democratic governor and is justly en
titled to highest honor and credit for
the perfection of his gubernatorial ad
ministration the lasting gratitude
and admlratlon of the people of Flor
ida All honor to Hon W S Jen
nines Westville Advocate and cAd
vertlser
S
Gilchrist For Speaker
The announcement of Hon A VV
GiJchrist that he will be a candidate
for the speakership of tho next house
meets with general favor General
Gilchrist has for years been one of
the most active and spirited workers
In the field of politics and business
in the state His official career as a
legislator has been aggressive and
spirited and marked by an unwavering
adherence to his principles If he has
I at times gone to extremes and criti
i cised unreservedly certain measures
it has always been in opposition to
what he believed to be inimical to the
interests of the people of the state
There is no man in the state better
equipped for the performance of the
duties of the speakership His admin
istration will be signally marked by
absolute fearlessness a keen sense of
justice and the highest ideals o fair
Hess and impartiality General Gil
Christ is worthy of the position and
his faithful services to the party crij
title him to HDade City Democrat
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A Historical Coin I
We were shown yesterday a half
dollar coinedjn 1808 It is now in
Tjoseossion of Mr Tebe Cawthon and
in said to be the identical fifty cents
with which Old Hickory Jackson
paid 1isfarepver the L N frrn
River Junction when he captured
Aguinaldo at Pcnsacola in 1812 The
coin is about the size of a small go
phor and shows unmistakable eviv
deuce that our moneymakers of to
day are on to their job a little be
ter than they werf then Its apH
money cant talk literally as wen as
figuratively What batch of Inter
esting copy1 this old coin could gluj
out if it could talk De Funlak
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I Ht COVINGTON President M E CLARK Cashier
CY LAMAR Vice President JNO PFEIFFER Asst Cashier
The American National Bank
OF PENSACOLA FLA
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 33000
DXE = iEOTOB9
Henry L Covington S J Foshee
JM Pfeiffer A M Avery
Dunwod W H Milton Jr
I Bryan Dunwody O E Maura
Frank Reilly 1 WL Cawthon
W S Rosasco 4 Ci A ON aI
Tl F McGoitrin Dr W JR ann lU t I
F E Brawner r McKenzfe Oerting
C W Lamar Alex McGowin
JR Sauhders i1 W C MCovington
Accounts of Banks individuals Corporations and Firms Solicited
Four per cent interest paid on Time Deposits
L Hilton Green prIS T E Welles VicePres It M Bushnell Cashier
The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA PENSACOLA
DlrectorSTE Welles nix M R obinson Goo W Wright Morris Bear
L HI ton Green
general Banking business trans acted Vessels accounts haudled on
i favorable terms RrcbaJgo bought anJ sold Collections nraciDtlv a
tended to
FC BRENT 1 WM H KN OWLES W K HYER JR
President Vlcef resident Cashier
W N ROBERTS T W ERSNT
Asst Cashier Asst Cashier
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TliE IRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSA COLA FLA
Directors W H Knowles W A Bio una F C Brent W K Hyer jr H
G Br cnt
Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sod Vessels disbursed
on the most favorable teims and taeir obligations taken payable at port or
destlaatlon ten days after the vessel arrives there Vu
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT IN CONNECTION WITH
WIICH WE HAVE A PRIVATE DEPARTMENT FOR THE USE OF
NTERS
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest Paid en Time Deposits at rate of
4 per cent per annum
r = 2 = = = 2 = < = c
i J S REESE President E W MENEFEE Cashier
I R M GARY VicePresident III
THE PEOPLtS BANK PENSACOLA
Directors J Reeves Sol Cahn W DeC Kessler R M Cary
J S Reese 11
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
t YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLI CITED
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I IF YOURE NEARLY AT THE BOTTOM
OF YOUR COAL BIN
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Dont hesitate to phone us to reflhIItThoe cold days
call for 7 II
GOOD CLEAN COAL
rll a OFnCKPHOH o93 jgm Hjm G n R Y YARD oT I
m4 South Palafox reetNorthwest Corn r Tarragona and Garden
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OUR PLAN <
DONT YOU WANT A HOME
I THE STANDARD TRUBT COffflPANY
tk Incorporated
j CAPITAL STOCK 500000
issues an Investment Home Purchasing Contract the face value of
I which Is 1000 We collect on this contract 600 as advance pay
I nient when the application is signed and thereafter a monthly install S
ment of600 payable on the 13th day of each month When a home
is purchased or a loan is made we charge only 750 per month with i
4 per cent simple interest per annum payable monthly on each 1000 i
advanced or borrowed
All monthly installments with 3 per cent Interest per annum on 10
same after the third installment are credited on the purchase price
I of the Home or Loan
Eath contract is eligible to a Loan or Fundsto purchase a Home i
in the sum of 1000 AFTER Six 6 monthly installments of dues
I have been paid thereon as per the conditnons of the contract
INVESTIGATE OUR PLAN
1 i Abbott Clutter Managers I
308 THIESEN BUILDING PENSACOLA FLA
Responsible Representatives Wanted
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you WANT GROCERiES X 2
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There Isn chance for a deal You want good groceries We sell
that kind You want close prices We give them You want quick
delivery Wrf always deliver our goods promptly The deal Is ready
to close
Begin the New Year fRight
and buy your Groceries and Feedstuff from I
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WE NEVER SLEEP
It Will Interest and Pay You oSee I
the Holiday Stock of 1 K
j lJ I STEPHENS I MERCHANTS
120 S Pal = fox
Silver Novelties I I Transfer Company
I Watches t Thorsen Frater Managers
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Clocks
Jewelry HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I
Silverware I
Cut Glass SAFES AND MACHINERY MOVED
Umbrellas S250 to S35 j sPEciAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT j
Diamonds S5 to 700 1 Phones 633 and 918 P O Box 677
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I Veterinary Surgeon
Office 31 East Cedar Street
t Phone 7010
l Calls iircjty or countrrpromptlyanswered
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WANT
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to come to our store aDd IKK
the fine line of goods we ha r
celved for the holiday trade
WE HA VS
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Underwear Neckwear Shoe
I ders Collar and Cuff Button liar
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OVER FIVE HUNDRED SUIT PAT
TERNS TO SELECT FROM
SEE US
USMAYFR
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PENSACOLA FLA
A fine style of penmanship a t
business letter a full set or < i
entry books a most rapid sys
shorthand and typ writi g arura
and with speed
ALL THIS TO BE LEARNED AT THE
PENSAGOM
BUSINESS COLLEGE
It Is the best equipped a > r
managed school in this section pv
ward students arc made to luvc >
work
HATTON SEARS
Proprietors
Phone 900 W D SEARS prn
S ucren
y 15iBJiii
Being the Best Balanced Ratcn fa
Feeding Working
Animals
and for a
Miik and Butter
Producer
VIe ask the feeders of Hors
Mules Oxen and Mitch Cows to 1IV S
this feed a trial and be convinced
CALL FOR THE ORIGINAL
MOLASSES FEED SUCRENE
AND TAKE NO OTHER
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CLEAN NEW YEAR
It is our province to nafce th h
sanitary wholesome sweet and
in so far as we car for its plum
by modern methods We b pek
orders during IWi knowIng ful >
that we can accord you full ma
of satisfaction erea as to pret
to estimate on any job BO mar
small
WICKE CO
Phone 325
Its Up to You
TO CUT DOWN YOUR EXPENSE
OFFERING
JUST READ WHAT WE ARE
FERING IN THE WAY OF GRO
CERIES
15 Ibs Best Rice J
16U Ibs Granulated Sugar
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GaD W Pryor Sons
Phone223 131133 Government St

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