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Some Oucitions OA
dir Other SUe of the Subject
The opponents of tM public owner
tdJiJ proposltJaa ate food of citing
a thE chief objection to IL the use
known possibilities of political COrTUp
Lion which they sty would result ID
a transfer frca private to public I
oneNhip of the great public utilities I
M bleb have now become a pert of oar
butatrial and oommsrelal 1Ue TIlt
objection 15 Nt forth ia tile following
from the Montgomery Atftrtlser
to LlTTL LBS ON FRO NEW
YORK
In the following yes The Louis
Tte Courier Jourat1 those no are in
any tray inclbled to municipal o
hiI will dad food for serious rdee
t ion
William Randolph Hearst ado I
a 1 of the unidpaJ ownership of
f1nblie utilities complsfs that the
lu In New York used tke police
Pnd other city emplspaaa ro earnapt
the ballot and steal tM oIkIe of
f ayor from him If this be actually
true think boo much peatft would
I a E been the eeabi krrss of the
Ins had they been aW aIIIo to use
the thousands of res eanplo7sd in
JIerating the public which
aoui ban been possible had lIt
Hear s thtories of auacipsl owner
ship been in practice Controlling
a rg patronage as aunldpsl owner
LIT p8e8 at Its disposal sad poe
1 tintr 80 vast aD nanny y of took aDd
t JItlert 8 UUllllupt patty OIplllatloa
could intrench Itself sad rersla per
prtually immrovable Back a NOrMi
Inrt is totan contrary to the IIIrtt
end purpose of republicea Boveca
Ient Does Mr Hearst wto declares
1lDIf if roObed under the mCMting eye
1 m desire that robbery tile trade 1
taster voters rendered terH impotet
tri unbendilll candidates tYdb acre
nE 1 pleas II
iarry out th idea of pvernment
control to its logical cOUdseion ssd
I + hat Mrt of service wtauy we have
I
bong ur great lines of taaaporta
t Irn Human imagination eaaaot eGII1
HJf of the parry tyranny and oppree
etnn that would result from such al
Tnticy
Without going Into detail as to the
J > ibllltiee yet unproven d corrup
t nn under public ownership it would
tr ntnastine to speculate a little on
t < m of the tnilowing propositions
Wcre DOt Ute owners of all the pri
aely owned public utilities in New
York CIty opposed to 1Ir Hearst and
bis public ownership p1atto1lll
Was not their moDe and Influence
tfrl to defeat him In tile election
Wat It DOt their money that went
to make up TamaDr corruption
fuuq by which Murphy was enabled
40 buy and nasal the eledloa
Were not all of their employees
tnftueDoed ud coerced Ito voting for
the private interests of the preeent
private owners of the public utllltieS
tn New York just u egetJvely as
they could have been lalueneed or
c f reed uDder a public ownership
Fystm
II abort weld it be possible tracer
plabfc ownership to bIi8WMt and
r rce an lsmpMyee into vetrap a eer
a n a ay lIT more then tt Is poe
I itIf a do or ia dose under the
p wrest wsteta of private ownership
And would political parties which 1IOW
taut their option funds from the
inured private owners of public
tranehises find it as easy to raise
those funds when the possibility of
Tt1att trams In public utilities had
been removed
For dur own part we do sot believe
ttJlt all system of pubtte ownership
could be more prolific ba possibilities
fIl poIiticaI corruption Ulan the
presen OI1ditien in New York City
W which the gas trust tM traction
UusL the street rsiiway trust the
Prry trust and the nnaerus other
trusts which eantrol the pehiie utill
tiH there are sow enabled to control
1IH p Jitk8 of that metNpoIl
Tw hundred and sixty American
1HMEnt 01 the isle of Poses have
seceded frog Cuban control elect
ed oteera and df > ciared the island
tnj + ed State tiiiory Heres a
beautiful cMDr for the admDlstra
ton to do a J morE land grab
s 1tIDC
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The Czar hu teeMed to keep away
c m St Petersburg ctnc the Wm
a D1 w1 toast his shins befoc
the ere at Tkoe6elo palace sur
rounded by troops watched by
Butcher Trepotr and bossed around
by the grand dukes Tlie CUr evi
dently has but little faith In the effect
of his reforms ad probably feara
some untoward hlclelt fa the bomb
line
Mark Hanna Rock in the North
Padk bas disappeared but It is ab
surd to think that the rock has lone
III search of Senator HaDDaBir
miaPam AceHerald
Why absurd Dldnt that rock dis
appear downward
Taft wants to fortify the canal
Wouldnt It be a good plan to first
build the canal
Wonder In what direction the next
junket from Washington will be bead
ed
TIle Meclel1 presidential boom
tau ooIlapMa
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NUGGETS
U Its not advertised advertise for
it
You are DOt really looking for it
I unless you are advertising for it
Dont coin 10 Dear to losing Interest
4 things that you fall to read the
want ads
I Let a want ad take that lead off
yore mind
Those people you bow Who dODt
let the servant problem blot out
tWr sunlight have probably merely
itllnned hew to make want advertts
hr tser a theM
U you try to It along without
want advertising it will be easier if
yeNt just quit wanting things
the JookbefOlfyouleap people
read the ads every day
Want advertising would be too sim
ple and too cheap if it always brought
boat resultsbut it would co out of
I use entirely It It did not usually do
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If you are a good want advertiser
I you may safely gO up higher If
I you can sell house
a or a horse or a
1 piano or a typewriter through a three
line adv you can keep a tore full or
patrons with a proportionate amount
of advertising
Dont worry or stew bout ittell
it In a want ad
A want art It lot 7Uor
else prove to you that It Ia not to be
had
i tl IF ir
1 POX POPULI i
ANOTHER PttO6iLIhM1FUR
THE UftHAL READERS
IDllltor PeDsacoia Journal
Please see how many of your read
eD will give a correct answer to the
WIIDI problem and oblige
D W WHITWORTH
A stick of timber SO feet ia length
Is asawu taperiOC12 Inches square
at ens end and 6 inches square at
the other Where shaH we cut it
la to 110 as to make the contents of
both pieces the same Easy Try
i It
I NOTE Tbe Journal cannot uDder
take to publish detailed replies to
j any problems propounded by Its read
ers through these columns but will
be glad to give space to the answers
alone The detailed
replies are gett
eraU too complicated tn allow ot their
being produced ID type without the
loBs of considerable time which Is
j essential 10 the publication of a daily
j nEwspaper
I EDITOR JOURNAL
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t WHERE THE IOUIrHAL
CAN aE POUND
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tM he Penwccia Journal Ja ern
i ask at Ute fionowing plses fa S
i tM di7 N
I1 sy Iketd I
B Cs + t Bsslk Sisra a
B opt News Pined
I Oessr ssk fors t
oil M I IleeM
Su ill ua HeW
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Walaed tee Cresnt JIIoaciw
I WaMirrsiwas Hetwc Stand k
Walkers Book tors I
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i Ilow Hearst Was Robbed I I
i N 1 fl in the New York City Election iI i
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A New York special to the Washing
too Post says
Almost without exception the me
at the polltleal uuurtera Re well
as those who frtlllueat hotels stud oth
er popular resorts deClare without
hesitation or reiervatioa tile convic
tion that Hearst w been robbed by
the machinations of TIIIMY and
tile O4Iell organization Wmy ol them
It Is true express no regret at what
they frabldy admit seems to them to
indicate the grossest sort et crlmmali
ty on the part of those whodesigled the
scheme and directed Its execution
With a calm cynicism that 1s shocking
to the sensibilities of ODe DOt inured
to the ways of New Yeah practical
politics this class of men Rtt wally
rejoicing that fOGl meant were sic
ceatwlly resorted to for th defeat of
Hearst
Among the supporters of Hearst
however there ts a feeling of resent
ment which In Its expression Au as
ominousaDd a dangerous sound Kr
Hearst and his followers say that he
has been elected sad that tHY will
see that he Is seated iD the mayors
mke AU of the necesaary legal for
malities have been taken to bring the
contest into the courts III the abso
lutely confident belief that a recount
Of the ballots will show Beam elec
tion by a plurality of more than 20
000 They assert with a positIvene the
meaning of whICh cannot be
that fully 30OM ballots CMt for
Hearst were thrown out by lee
ties inspectors OD one flimsy pretaxt
or another and that when Ute boxes
are brought into court reopened acrd
the ballots counted they d1Mte
will be gown tQ have r Icy
t
thousands more votes that w lee
saary to elect him
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Jerome to Epee Frasid
District Attorney Jeroae exultant
in his great tl1DRlPb over the CoMbI
nation ot Murphy and rdll ss vol
unteered to take hold II the 01 se bn
mediately for the peopJ and bring In I
to action every pOwer or his O4Iee to
expo e whatever fraud wss eonamit
ted aDd punish eieryh tPt Who par
ticipated In it
Mr Hearsts Own S fxa also
with the assistance ot j atMr
I I eom i
mittee Of the Munk
party which comprises n tulmber
ship some of the clear bi tided aDd
cleanest lawyers ID cttr will i
leave Do stone upturn I o aer1
rlnely the respoaalbUit t oi e
rul attack upon he be K v they
say robbed him and qpe
I the fruits of a well I j c1etOI
f Mesh stress Is Jehl in h t m upon the
I fact that the return frm hi dlltrleta
j of which Charleakl1 pt and By I
Tim Sullivan the ccu t wlnan are
the leaders iD the INI t i 1n r f of Tam
I many were late sad a hey were
I held back deliberately Ir pure
pose of fixing then 11 dhe ex
igencies or the sltr ilfJ b title
I to be necessary But M e is
i inclined to the optBlor e stu
pidity and gross JporaUI tile elect
tion inspectors m host acts rather
I
er than tire actual eoll l > ion of the
I crime charged by the J r It people
were responsible for suspicious
I circumstance
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HTUMMUS APIILEYARDS I
I 1 HEARTFELT THANK if
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1 Le City l L
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HHI Q
The management of t Tamp fair
I will give a prise to I hands3 est
editor In Florida who a Ate Tamp on
Press Dar If he puts in an app ar
arce on that occasion IVs a cinch
that Thomas Jefferson Appleyard of
the Lake City index will capture the
prize While he 18 DOt whOU
would call an Adonis he fa nhe
lose the possessor of at araceftl IRtle
fnrm that attracts t elatloa every
where and he has a Ihy sad fetching
way about him that s simply lITe
Hstable Hes a winter sure If be
Enters the contestPensacola Journal
nal 5tb
Pardon these tears They are from
a heart overflowing with love aM 8r
fectioR for our brother WM has dared
iu the face of such contestants M
Jordan Harris and IetaerMaud pee
81bly McCreRryfor a hl t honor to i
mention our naive III such fitting I
terms We feel that he na spoken
the truth We have all these things
and more But that reference to our
shape sticks Its there at Jolt Cod
well Bays and we eaat help it We
uldat If we would and we wouldnt
it we could Again feUowcit
accept our thautkL
Se altgo Vital Ferae
As a result of careful mcI7 soul
MU7xIIau experiments tlMwrttor
h convinced that the avenge man or
WftIIfJI uses up 1D the performance of
ordinary everyday ads troll threw to
Sfteen tisea the amount of YItaI left
necessary The vtnlity so woW is
In many cue aWIdeDt to mare aU
the difference between weakness sad
strength between dawa aDd health
or between failure and seeees
The ways la tddt vitality Is wasted
aN many aDd various We need een
eiderr bat twoincorrect poeture ot tIN
bay and excessive muscular action
Another aDd meat t1 renebleg fader
In nervous vital waRe is lack of con
trol ot the emotions A lent body is
strained by Its own wetlbt so we ADd
that among people having such bodies
the mere act ot bolding np the body ID
standing walking aDd moving about
retptdres from four to ttu times as
much vital outlay as the straight
bod7Dr W a c LatBD1 tB SH
Bird S Cole Who was elected pres
Ident oC the boIoUh ot Brooklyn ou
Ute Hearst ticket by a pluralky small
er than that given to Hearst says
that he fa Iiepared to prove that the
ballot Its Brooklya wa tampered with
every whit oefuIJy as iD the
Tammany districts la Manhattan aDd
tile BroDx aDd tat be will not rt
until the seaaedrels Who did It are
sent to states pri80nevery one of
them
An honest count of the vote In
Brooklyn declare Mr Cole who
came wkhl 8 boo vote of defeating
Odell for IOvenaof In 1902 will In
crease the Hearst plurality In that
borough to more than 20000 This of
itself would be more than audent to
overcome the McClellan lead In Man
hattan and the Bronze
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Riot FraUd and Disaster
The morning following the election I
the New York World Faid
I dont Jive a d to be mayor
but by God I am coin to see to it
that every man who cast his vote for
me gets It counted 1 am going to con
test this thing and fight it out to the
bitter end
Pale and shaking with anger WI
Uam Randoipk Hearst uttered these I
words at midnight to his excised dis I
met leaden wJMJ were rushing to his
headquarters to to Hoffman house a
They had come rusbtng to him with
stones of fraud Intimidation of as
saint of attempted murder
Mea battered8Ikt braised were help
ed by triad lute the room One
man baA a broken arm dangling in hi
ve Another II8d his bead cut open
and the blood rotas trickling through
hs bandages Truwnany thugs In the
lower eat side district had all but
klllecl the
John PabDlert candidate for Judge
DC the court of epecial sessions on the
municipal owneeblp ticket Is ID L
hoeJIt41 seveelrhi3ured as the result
of aJt attack 1IPOII him at the polls He
escaped a bullet IN4 at him only to
be set upon avid beaten
I Joseph Cod euclldate for sheriff
was und duly by his on great
I strength aDd ablltt 16 tlght the crowd
that Bet 1JOD him
I From many pests ita Manhattan re
ports pOut IIDof the greatest vlo
tepee amd crIles at tile polls that
New York has eer known
Tile acts Ofrfbha McKane in his
strongest dy In GraMtllmc1 were de
clared to be at9d 10000pared to the
i deed eonttie4 yesterday In the
TIIIDU W diAMrks lei by Thomas Fo
I ley M Br Tinr nbn Little Tim
BurvsL Johdtt Oakley and Chas
i r t
F Murphy
I V tF rlft4ett from appearing
in peratac dttri > g these attacks but
OakIeyr ooewigsoner of water ga
sand electricIty led his on band
through tate 14h assembly district
and with clubs and fists beat the
Hearst Dnc Jevosne meD without mer
cy At mldmlghtt Mr Hearst surround
ed b7 frtards Mummoned from evenly
part of the filth was marshalling his
forces fqr a prompt and legal fight
upon Tamwsay
Lawyers we summoned by the
score to take the aftIdavits of the
L ekJaw
Tetanus or p It Is popularly called
lockjaw from one ot Us mOlt distress
lug ellaraet Iles Is a very formida
ble dhlesee ett a nttwan system NI
colaIer 10 laM and Kttaaato in 1O
have proved it to be an Infective dis
ease prodttcuati by the Inoculation of
tJae ll1IIII4tIdt bacillus As Its favorite
haunt is bte North the disease Is most
I
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frequently Induced in wounds which
have been tCJIIitttinated by soiL It Is
mukEtl by involuntary pentateot and
pehafulCOtltTaettona of aa extensive
group eC mtle lea and usually begins
with those ot the neck the Jaws aDd
the threat the patient having a pecul
lar Axed smtk the sardonic grin If
These germs pre found to multiply lo
cally In tIM parts affected but Dot III
any other t of the body M blood
n06rulathtR
A wen known artist wu eves en
gaged upon a sacred picture af1bC
to Mainly bout People Avery mild
some old model named Smith set for
the Md of = St Mark ArtIst and mod
el became great friends but when tile
I picture was8alabed they lost sight ot
ODe another One day however Ute
artist wandering about the soologleal
pnleDl came upon his old model with i
a broom In his hand looking very db I
oonseMte Hullo Smith aid be I
You dont look very cheers What
are sea doing now l Well I atat
doha meek sir and tbats a tact Im
engaged ix these ere gardens adeaa
In bout the helepjtantsstables A uses
occypatioa for ODe or Ute twelve apor
ties aint It nhr
ORa IadlasCeartaltfa
Among tae Oaa Indians Of Tlerrit dill
Fuego ceurtefidp is DOt pndlleJ7 a ben
der affair When the girl ia frotm a
friendly group the plat pnMIBtII
her with his hunting bow It tate IiI
rebInas itb7 her own kiamd It la a sign
ot acceptance but If by the hand of a
messenger It is a refusaL But refusals
are DOt common The persevering
brave watches for an opportunity
which brings him alone with tile ob
ject of his affections He then cent
manda her to follow him with an peed
through the flush to his own camp I
Tile girls are prone to yield prompt I
obedience tw a disappoint suitor
may eaplaasbe his diapleaeurtr b7 an
arrow directed lightly at the thigh or
at her calves the especial vanity ct an
Oat belle
bruised aDq battered men coming In I
from the battle ground
Some of them had been sent to the
Tammany stronghold when the re
turns were held back to Me that a
fair count was had Superintendent
Morgans deputies were gathered Ia
wherever they could be reaed Spe
cial deputies were sworn la and sent
In ca1 l and automobiles t0 prOveot
further frauds
ExaEHATOft MoLAUIUN
i SAYS HEARST WAS ELECTED I
ExSenator John L MeLaart of
South Carolina who was IJa Washing
ton a day or two after the New York
election aald
I spent election day in New York
city and though I do DOt approve of Mrt
Hearst 1 am stating here that he
was elected mayor I took ride about
the city to see how the voting was go
Ing on and I want to ten you this
The way they treat the negro In tle
south is not a marker to tile manner
in which they clubbed white men over
in the big city last Tuesday When Ii
started out I was dead against Hearst
By four in the afternoon I would have
voted for him
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BETS OF MORE THAN 1000000
BEING HELD UP 1M HEW YORK
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It Is estimated that from a million to
a million and a half was bet on the
New York election and aU these bets
have been held up Many bets are
being made ia Wall street that Hearst
I
will be the next mayor At the out
set 5 to 1 lean bet on McClellan being
sustained ia the recount aDd later I
some small bets were reported at odds
of 3 to 1 were offered on McClellan
The postelection betting was a nov
elty iD Broad street and tae bets made
by W W Bailey G B Buchanan C
R Ham rslouh Anneal A Newman
and others attracted considerable at
tention W W BaIley laid 10000 to
I 2000 on McClellan being sustained
ID the recount wkh Anness d Newman
and Frederick Schwed offered to lay
20000 to 100000 on Hearst
I It was stated that Schwed who
made a book OD the results of the
election won 20000 aDd that he was
willing to lay the entire proceeds OD
Hearst winning on the recount
I Stakeboldtira of election beta in the
uptown hotel district paid all Jerome
wagers whet called for but they refused
ed positively to decide bets made on
Hearst and McClellan until after the
otlicial canvass has been made
Thomas W Lawson of Boston has
i lent out the following statement
I never bet but I have been en i
trusted hy one of my clients with 1
000 to wager that Hearst ia electet
mayor and have instructed my broke
ers to oller it at 1 to 3 but to receive
offers down to even If Deeessary
Half an hour later Mr Lawson Is
sued this statement
My clients 10000 has been snap
ped uP 2000 at 3 to 1 and 8000 at
5 to 1 I have 10000 more at the lat
ter odds 01 3 to 1 provided 1 cannot
se cure the lust The wager Is that Mr
Hearst will be tie Dm mayor of New
York
ABE QUHDERSHIEIIER
INTERRED HERE
The remains of Abe Gundersbelmer
reached the city Tuesday night for in
terment iD the Hebrew cemEtery The
deceased was well known In Pensa
cola where he formerly resided end
where he oDe conducted a large cloth
ing establishment Later he was one
of the traveling representatives of
Pollock a Bemheimer of Mobile
The many friends of the family in
Pensacola regret to learn of his death
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The Journal PrInted Dur
ing October foIOlJ
II Total of
144100
COPIES
or an average of
5542
DAILY
I TIle feUowlae figures bow Time Pea
eecola Jel0rIas chtdauoa for each
day during the mouth of October
1105 with the average number of
copies daily
Oat 1 11IO Oct 17 5510 I
Oct fl Oct 1 5650
Oct I 5400 Oct 11 10650
Oct 4 I ° Oct 20 IIO
ot I 5400 Oct 21 5100
dct 6 It4OO Oct 12 1750
Oct 7 JiIOO Oct 21
Oct I 11IO Oct 14 110O
Oct I Oct 25 5101
Oct 10 IM Oct II 51111
Oct 11 5410 Oat D 5i
Oct 12 5410 Oat 2S ItOIJ
Oct 11 54w f Oat 21 Me
Oct 14 M Oct 30
oct 16 US0 Got 31 IICIO
Oct 16
Total fOr the nsenh144100
Average per day 61142
I hereby certify that the above Rate
meat is correct according to the red
ords on file in this office
FRED A SWElIT
Circulation Manager
Sworn to aDd subscribed before me
this 31st day of October 1905
J W ANDREWS
Notary Public I
J >
is one reason why Ayers our
l 0 a Ted4ftI is 10 vahaablela consumptIO
lee
ts
I t U It stOpS the wear sat tar of useless
souPiftl But it dsss mereit con
r Y
1L h C h trots the inlmaIiotI quiets the lever
t I Le oug sootheshtals Uw r rrrNd we Ask orardocterabes e A < it
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No M03
H L COVINGTON President M E CLARK Cashier
C W LAMAR Vke President JNO PFEIFFER Aut Cartate
THE AMERICAN NATlO NAl BINK
iF PENSACOLA PLA
DESIGNATED DEPOSITOfty OF IHUTEb STATU
Cllltal Stock 200000 fu 1401000
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iear1 L tlovlagas S JIlbshee
J at Pfelffer L II Assy
t W B Milton Ir If
3r7 an DmnwoZy 0 Ill earn
Jruk teUIr W L CawtDola
W I Rvassco Co 4 0If1
T W oOaallla Dr W I Manuel
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Cof Lsmar Ales MttDowla
1 11 Saunders C x o tagtoa
Ne WNta ef Banks IlMltrldla a aapsraetssNr nay Firane en atlrtd
Fair per oML Rf1Mt paid en Thies Dtlllllt
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WM H ltNOWI CS President W K HYBR JR VPres and CUl e
THOS W BRENT Asst Cashier W N ROBTS Asat Caasblsir
First National Bank
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of POUl Ia FIa
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Foreign and Domestic Excbauge it Slit
We draw our own Bills of Ex
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change on Great Britain Ireland
Germany Prancel Austria Italy I
Holialld apm glum Russia
Norway SWeden DenMark and
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other European countries
Safety Deposit Barn For Rent in Comxctioo 1rith whi we
have 8 Prite De rtrnent far the UN of Reatcra
Saving OpllrlmentIntt PaW l 11 at
rate of q per cent par aueeiai
r
L BII4 > > tr QUO PaIDSMT T I W1UI VJqf11r TDan
t x w tiassusaL xn Aaaaurss
Oltizens National Bank
of Paseola Jlortda
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eeoW wrigtrL nonce tsar T i Me1Mt
Ri M RoYnsos L Bl1ao Gress
A IlEIERAL 8NKIHG BUIKESS TRANaACT
it444e It N N + N
J REESE Presideat E w lULlEJBJI Cashier
Ii R M CARY VicePresident
t ENPtP f
pireot rt1 J Rmews J S Reese w DC Kessler Ilx M Camy
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