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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

r + 3HE p NeACpLA JOURNAJ SUJIDAY MoRNING tAMMABV 22 Ifine d ADDRESS BEFORE TEXAS I BANKERS ASSOCIATION BY EUGENE WiLLIAMS OF W CO UPON THE RELATION OF THE BANKER TO THE COTTON FARMER AS A COTTON MER CHANT The following address was read by Eugene WOHams of Waco Texas before the Texas Bankers Associa tion at the xneetingon January 18 In this address the relation held by the banker to the cotton farmer as a 1 cotton merchant is presented Whilst most of Its lineswfllbe pointed to the cotton fanneras a borrower or cus tomer pt the Banker Jt Is hoped the necessity will not arise forcing upon the cotton farmer as a cotton mer chant the attitude of a borrower The farmer Ehould never borrow if it can be avoided I have said and I here repeat he should go hungry first But there are conditions which not only I justify but demand that he should borrow money and when these condi tions arise his account at the bank chould be and is appreciated and the banker is as ready to accommodate him as any ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

z y E 0 y 4 t I 1 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 25 1905 i MAQNIFICENCE OF PQTALA j RESIDENCE OF GRAND LAMA IN i LHASSA CAPITAL OF TIBET The correspondent of the London t Times who accompanied the British S military expedition to Tibet gives the following graphic account of Lhassa the Forbidden City the home of i the Lama t Today August 3 we nave come E in under the very walls bf the For bidden City This is perhaps only a i conventional expression for Lhassa has no city walls They were pulled down in 1721 and the sand embank ment which was built at the samo time to protect the western gate from i y inundation is one of the first things x that attract the eye as one rides in toward Potala the palace temple of the Lama built on a hill overlooking Li the city The road run straightly in 4 from the west It passes the high white and red wall which Incloses j Korbuling the summer palace of the + Grand Lama about 600 yards on the + right A little farther on it runs be 4 neath ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

I T I t I f I S 1 1 lj Ii I t t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING t1t qMi 221905 1 N l x vwwv vs > v > v L The Journals s Classified CashAdvert senJentSfjj A j One ntaKord each insertion No advertisement taken for less than 25c C Special rates by the month r 1 HAA tiAA AAAA tA AN I I L I Bargains In Real Estate Two nice Cottages on West 1250 i S Zarragossa street Brick business building near Palafox I street now renting at 51140 9000 per year if sold immediately I I ThosC Watson Co Leading Real Estate Agents M WANTED pflMtuLtuJWLtnrLr wj n j r CIRCULARS and sample distributors wanted everywhere No canvassing Good pay Cooperative Adv Co N Y its 1 WANTED Men to distribute samples tack signs 300 dally No canvass ig Continental Distributing Service Chicago 22janlt WANTED Good CookOne will ing to stay OB premises Apply to Mrs T V Kessler on the Bayou ad joining Old Mill Inn Parkhill Station Telephone 142 22janlt a WANTED Orders for The Journals special Pensacola and Panama Canal...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

j t 4 F S ft r I THE PttNSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 221903 F 4 A DOLLARS WORTH FOR A DOLLAR 1I Wtj rL f Examine the Seams the Buttons the Linings of our Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and contrast the T same with others and note the difference Every seam is 1 perfectly finished the buttons are securely sewed on the linings are extra good materials in fact the workmanship Is unexcelled for only the finest tailors in America are 1 employed by the Hart Schaffner Marx people Suits r in double and singlebreasted sacks three and four button 1500 to 2500 i John VVhi e i OUTFITTER TO MEN AND BOYS 205x207South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida i Phone 225 MARKET QUOTATIONS I Pensacola Cotton Market Furnished by C Gunter Elmore F r OB Broker 4 Pensacola Fla Jan 21 1905 Good middling 6s I Strict middling 6 Middling 61 Strict low middling 6 716 4 Tinges and stains 1k to lower i OHalloran Cos Private Wire R6 port The following quotations are fur 1 nished by OHalloran Co successors 4 to the ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

< < 4 f > F 16 PAGES 2nd faction Journal Want Ads Will z Pagas 9 to t I I I I I Increase Your Business pj TODAY Q > > VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY22 1905 NO 19 I pJI 01 i1 > 3N3o3 1 11 t 7o 4lr crrrr < tft otttitc < rttli > vl > I > v I v I > > Y > > > > > > > Iu1ltUI > > Iv UI 11 I v1 > > > A > > 9 1 > > p C rUo < < rrttC I I < < < ICr rC lI Clirt < < c cI I oIc iI ti li 1 7iI r1 < c < cr icIc1r t lIc1tIcI 1iicIc r c c it Gen Geo Reese Pays Eloquent Tribute to Memories of i i i 4 se Lee and Jackson at Daughters Confederacy Reception r t t 1 set t 4 3tMM ts3tnt IIIt 3iAlj 23l t n I I Io III > > v < L Lo I 1 > JIJ J > 2i > LL > a > Mj > A > Mw MM 3 j J > L 3 it 7r Kr ICC ftrrc r7f < Tr CCrt li r < < rlt rcc = = r < > o j > L jM j > MMj = c c t r r 4L z > > AJ he Lee and Jackson reception 13 t...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

I 1S c J 4 f e I q I C t c < 1 T L 18 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1995 I r The Halo of Motherhood z The halo of motherhood is a divine thing we all revere it and we all appreciate at what a cost it has been won Apprehension tears worry and actual suffering I make up its cost and yet all this might be vastly lessened I 1 by the ample agency of 4 I MOTHERS FRIEND i ii t a liniment dedicated to the easing of i 1 parturition and its accompanyinjr lIt D suffering 4 c It is applied externally 1 and the results following its use are 4 nothing short of marvelous 4A rt friend in need is afriendindeed J thats what Mothers Friend is Sold at all drug stores for LIOO per bottle Send for our book Motherhood 4 Ifree if you ask U BRADF1ELD REGULATOR 00 L TATLAHTA GA t u I FAVORITE ARTICLES ON i THE MENU OF STATESMEN 1 Terrapin torn Who Presided Over Cap itol Restaurant Relates Gastronomic Peculiarities of Nations Lawmakers 1 Kansas City Star 41 In the days when Terrapin Tom p...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

rH p I 1 I 1 H THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1905 p JUDGE PARDEES LETTER r ON THE SWAYNE MAtTER fULL TEXT OF DOCUMENT THAT CAUSED SUCH A BIG STIR WHEN READ IN HOUSE OF REP RESENTATIVES Following Is the full text of the let tr nt by Judge Don Pardee to Rep T native Grosvenor relative to the vne Impeachment proceedings Personal and Confidential Veiled States Circuit Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit ew Orleans La March 24 1904 r r Charles Grosvenor House of T > s < ntatlves Washington D C > JT S rI feel called to write you t > sona letter In regard to the pro ffrrgs now pending In the House i 4ing to the Impeachment of Judge tar Swayne of the Northern Dls jl Florida I was very much sur d to learn through the papers a Th judiciary committee of the had voted six democrats and I is riublicans to present articles of J hment against Judge Swayne Ag j utve known Swayne personally tid ae known many of the court prop uings in his district since he l appointed judge ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

fl 1 c w i w > > 1t r i14 U THE PENS COLA j A URNAL SUNDAY MORNING 1AMIIAIJ oOf vAC rf t Ji r A L IIiI y M A M SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS j ByMISS E NELLIE BECK v Telephone No 669 I t 1 ti IN HIS GOOD TIME I go to prove my soul 1 I I I see my path as bIrds their trackless way I shall arrive I What time what circuit first J I ask not j I In sometime His good time I shall arrive He guides me and the bird In His good time Parcelsus 4 LEE AND JACKSON U D C RECEPTION The annual reception held Friday night at the residence of Mr and Mrs F E Bawner by Pensacola Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy to celebrate the birthdays of both Lee and Jackson was a great success at S tended by the largest number of peo ple who have ever been present at similar functions Among the guests were a number of visiting Veterans from out of town and there was a general attendance of the local Veterans and members of t the Memorial Association 3 The entire lower floor was thrown A open maklng practically ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

l I r = 3 T If THE V PENS7tCOLAJ0URNALSUNDAY A MORNING JANUARY 1905 U we K t H r k J ill I r t AMUSEMENTS > JatAI it iI 4 itt at uittlut t The Girl From Kays The Girl From Rays tie relayI n tl farce comedy wilk anisic which comes to fhe opera house toI morrow oveatag te a huraer > us aa4r tanaM piece that that gained exceptional favor dwrs Ing Its two years before the public it was originally produced at the Apollo Theatre 1a LoaAon oa Novem r 15 1998 and by its run for over d year there proved that English playgoers show BO signs of weariness 4w r the inevitable humorous stage tineductions of the hour In Novem ber 193 The Girl From Kays tfoad itself on the American stage a the Herald Square theatre New t York where it immediately became tie talk of that metropolis The hook is credited to Owes Hall tr 5e music to Jvan Caryll and the bus pas sponsors for its American pres entation are C arles Fro mas and JGoorg Ear l The company is ODe of the biggest siat will have been seen he...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

j 1t = W 1 w j 14 4 < THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 2Z 19 r t i WONDERS PERFORMED BY t HANDS OP MISS KELLER r Alabama Blind Girl is Undoubtedly the i1 Most Remarkable Woman in the t1 i World ToDay 4 Washington Post Hellen Keller is undoubtedly the most wonderful and remarkable wo i man in the world today Indeed It j would not be exaggeration to say that she Is absolutely unique among all human beings Born into a world 44 that was for her a black and eter nal silence unalrie to either see or hear she has developed her inner con sciousness so completely that she d s notseem to suffer from the lack of any sense It is handicap enough In this world to be either blind or deaf and yet this woman doubly afj 4 1ll ted Is finely educated Intelligent I ly responsive keen to appreciate her surroundings and withal apparently I unconscious of the fact that she is 1 deprived of sight and hearing 1 Touch is Everything s In one of the curent magazines this LhI wonderful Roman tells...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

t M 4 tr > THE PENSACDLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1905 i < C e Y A n 4 < They Both Jumped Po Called Down < < ed A I a Tenor singing HeIeaDId she Hel i v passionately < at year pro f < lump Rise soul fN my andt jKwal of marriage stretch thy win 1 < i Jack Taa iand > Small s Boy in < hfr father made t rear Rubber f me jttMJt too 1 i rubber < J Hnvvvv TT V V V V I TYRANNY f I I TAKING NO CHANCES I Beatrice think we might as well creak eff engagement I Uar Why IteatriftJEHBecause you Just say Why In + SuQh a cold blooded way n eOur daughter is twenty and oe oatghCtG marr l HubbyTOk5EfeeHa plenty rJlmc her wait till the right seri of man I 1 ehg IV > N tat ail I didnt wait for t right Ort of man 1 I shall be delighted to pjay one of my latest pieces dear Miss Ethel But may I beg an especial favOr that you will reserve your judgment lam so sensitive and am always overwhelmed by great praise THINKING A drop of ink makes millions think Theyre num...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 January 1905

i r i 1 X + t 11 So THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 221505 t f4 NERVIEST POKER GAME 1 EVER IN NEW ORLEANS 1t Colonel Beaupre Relates interesting Tale a of Crooked Sharps Who Operated ii There and Elsewhere 1 ClOf all poker games as was ever played crooked one that was pulled k off in New Orleans at the time of the + 1 Corbett Sullivan fight was the nervi est said Colonel Adam Beaupre of Nachitoches as he anchored alongside 1 several genial companions in a down town cafe It was worked by a gambler named Frank Tobie who used a high layout V which he had invented when he lived In Guthrie Oklahoma Sixty thousand r dollars was cleaned up In one night t before the players got suspicious and = when one of em did get on Table and his partner backed out of the i house with their guns pointing on a lino with their late associates in the i game I i gameThis layout were a moneymaker p Tobie was a good deal of a genuis I with tools and when he lived on a side street in Guthrie he re...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

1 i I s > Frt 3 J i rt 2rr M JI r ViF Til iis ctji5 17EATHERj Rain followed by 01 a L If HJ cr + ja > > aniXDomestic clearing Wednesday fair light bt ill i t < I east winds v a r I ii 1 iv ssdciated > Press l I I rOLe VIII PEISSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY a MORNING JANUARY 24 I NO 20 i LAME OF REVOLT SWEEPS THfi GH RU8I4 k a c ALL EYES IN TUt CAPITAL TURNED TOW AID INTERIOR worlanen st Moscow the Heart of the Lib eral Movement Follow Lead of Their Fellows at Now Capital CZW IN STATE OF UTTER COLLPSE FoIloilng the Bloody Scenes Enacted in St Petersburg Sunday STRIKERS HUNGRY AND DESPER ATE AND LACK ONLY MILITARY LEADERS TO CAUSE STILL GREATER HORRORS SPIRITOF UNREST PERVADES THE EN TIRE CITY STRIKERS TNTEND TO STORM ASSILIOSTROFF AND StEZE PROVISIONSBODY OF WORK MEN STOPPED AND FIRED UP ONCZAR MAY DECLARE STATE SIEGE P ISIMarg Jas 38 With Ea P Nicholas sea tlebely prostrated and repsrled fiv be ia a state COIIattH owiag Hftoa tile scene eaactod ia Russias rstetigyk wttk tie ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

w 1 > > b A J > t > 1 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAYMORNING JANUARY 100 I T i vJ T uuuuIuuI T p A smooth old whiskey rich and mellowthis is > i Old r t Quaker c 4 r 4 < < I R Ye i 6 4 I Made under conditions of abso lute cleanliness twice distilled 4I in copper ripened in heavily p charred oak barrels < bottled I o I 1 I 4 JT by the distillers Ask for it next time Phone16 Lewis Bear Co I 40440S Palafax St and 210 Main St 1 1 Pensacola Fla 1 I 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 W...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 1905 S 5 C Goodman Geo Arnspertjer STANDARD I CLOT8INB COMPLY THIESEN BUILDING 1 Buy Yourself an i Overcoat and Cravenette i I of ooM weather coming 1 fact mir cold weather t M come t CRAVENETTE COATS I I > p von try in wet weath Aril to cold weather s t oat a aaa should have not care te invest in I t H4I evorooat They I r tlie right weight for i i mated will got tire > aouldet E I Come buy one today se i I ti t Standard Clothing oJ a t THIESEN BUILDING = m Ji d R W B WRIGHT CO cJ ldsufacturers 01 a tad Dealer in a LUMBER LATHS SAWED CYPRE d SitNtit Ec AND KILN DRIED SAPS d e F e CHEAP SALE ONLY 95c 41 Satucisy and Monday January Ii 21st and 23rd i 0 Stylish ReadytoWear Hats t V iU 11c card Neck Ribbqn I > ard Mrs Nordstroms u V iinery No 11 E Jntendencia t 141 R K WHITE Ill ftitc1 aker Manuracturing Jeweler c snd Graduate Optician 1 S rlafox Street Pensacula Fls e l d TERSELY TOLD It iF < iwa a a promiaeBt amber t rer of Oow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

i z J 4 J 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUE8DAVSMORNI > JANUARY it 1905 i d > I 1 i Jbt 1J Ujlt l Jon n t li BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY Q FRANK L > MAYES President and General Manager MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Odces 108 and 110 East Government Street 0 S TELEPHONE NO 38 l I 1 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 7 I d One Year S e > > > sasefc P 5OG Sir Months > t s = > r > 30 I t TV 2 ov 4 Three Jlonths 1 125 One 1Ionth I s 45 Ouc Weak b S S 10 Papers on sale at all news stands PENSACOLA FLORIDA JANUARY 24 190o r fl The Throne of Russia > Is p Hanging in the Balance t r r g i t At last the worm has turned < > N Crushed for years even for centuriesunde the tyrannical heel of a espotic autocracy the common people of Russia have arisen in their might Jn aa effort to free themselves from a barbaric thralldom that not only de prived them of the God given right or life if the Czar so willed but of the s very means of existence lor themselves and their childre...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

N lie ad h It 3W h foe foeV V JI ttlt IpY ma ave 90B 11 nol a er erA A ar oaf a r I n tC tCt > r H f a f 0 I I I II i If I f I t f > y I i i 4 t 1ii f L t I 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAYt MOftNrNG JANUARY 24 1905 I A 44 Jrror F1 au 1j l ReT W u I 27z I gf It that Tunes hoavy hand has touched 3 i S your hair with white your first jjflh1Ij thought is efl an getting old Non sense you are no older than you feel MaKe yourself ooK asycunR as you fael erase the blemishes of q ine p = r gZ7 WALKPTT SAIR STAIN restores gray streaked or bleached hair or beard instantaneously and h rm1 ss1Y Give any shade from light brown to blactt Does not washer mb off contains no poisons and isact iicKy or greasy BE CONVINCED Get a trial sire foe SO ccats Larrc size eight times a tnych CO ccts L Made by the Pacific Trading Co St Louis Mb T R SALE AND GITARANTCCO S W H WHITE CO Druggists Pensacola Florida y1 A PALM BEACH FISH STORY NASSAU NEGRO CAUGHT BIG JACK FrSiH AND IMPALED HIM ON ANGLERS HOOK CP...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

1 i r E i e e i e I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNlftG JANUARY z47yir iii > L y a a tt t1f x w i W il iffl A S I PEOPLE and EVENTS J JK i Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come y r r and T arry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere 3 I J i kIHH t j BY MISS E NELLIE BECK Telepho ne 669 THE GIRL OF THE PEHIOD She wore a qaaiat Direcloire gown An eighteeatfeicty bonnet A veil Du Barry H hanging down ti With Grecian figures on it w Her coat was a la Pompadour Her heels were Louis Quinze Napoleons the glove slue wore Upon her little hands A Charles the Second sleeve was hors t A Charlotte Corday cuff She carried with her modern furs A Continental muff Oh what she was or wished to be Nobody could have gnesved t Se very periodically W as that young lady dressed t Polk County Record 0 OFFICERS HAVE BEEN INVITED The officers of the German cruiser Bremen which is now In port have been invited to attend a dance to be > given tomorrow evening at the hand 3 some apartments of the O...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

t t r 4 I THE to TiSACCLA Ju1ATL3ESZsAY nlORNtttS JA Ja tT 2J e a vvvvw The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements I Oncccnta ore each insertion No advertisement taken tor less than 25c ZC Special rates by the month sw Bargains In ReiEstat Two nice Cottages on West 1250 Zarragossa street a Brick business building near Palafox I street now renting at 1140 9000 per year if sold immediately S Thos C Watson Co Leading Heal Estate Agents 1q I I WANTgD 1 VANTEO White Wyandotte Cock I roll teetweea two and three years o4 Wri e where caa be sees R S O Journal oMoe 2t w11PEoorers for The Journals pedal Peasaoola aad P Bama Caaal I Edttfoi wfefeh will shortly appear I Vilt oostaia halftone pictures of city i harbor aM special scenes 15 cents I l eare orders at Journal office i POSITION wanted by a young lady ae ateoograpfeer Address B care Jowml Sjaa WANTED competent seamstress wwrtei at once Miss Smith IS East Gardea St IgJanlw NTBDServants to know that an N tB the column will get thexn a p...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 January 1905

J 1 11 J ill I I Hr I t u 1 Iri P i l THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 241905 r t f tI a Jt I IWL L A DOLLARS WORTH FOR A DOLLAR II if I Examine the Seams the Buttons the linings lit of our Hart Schaffner MarX Suits and contrast the iii same with others and note the difference Every seam is v perfectly finished the buttons are securely sewed on the Mafags are extra good materials in fact tie workmanship I I is HHescelled for only the finest tailors Mn America arc 11 employed by the Hart Schaffner Max people Suits ii in double and singlebreasted sacks three and four button ij SISOO to S2500 fA Job11 VVhitE LI OUTFITTER TO MEN AND BOYS 205x207South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida j Phone 225 r1 Wdu fM h 1 MARKET QUOTATIIONS tF t The Savannah Market 1 The SavanaaH N ews of Sunday January 22 says I The spirits of turpentine market I was very dull yesterday so far as H sale are concerned for th re seemed 91 to be an qitire absence of demand Ii and up to die close at 1 ocloc...

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