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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

i Si Wt A1ils i1 JM Telegraph Service by cX Business Ijl I 1 I i t O The Associated Press l ilMII PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1905 NO 3 I IMMENSE GREET I I NEW GOVERNOR Of FLORIDA Hon Flspolcon m mrowar Duly Installed in Qffiez of Governor mt 7afmftssce at Noon Yesterday With the Usual Im pressive and Brilliant Ceremonies I I I COMPLETE REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS Eloquent and force ful Inaugural Ad dress of Hew Executive J > CESENTATION TO RETIRING GOVERNOR FOLLOWS INAUGU = RATION RECEPTION BY GOVER i NOR BROWARD LAST NIGHT FOLLOWED BY GRAND BALL IN I CHAMBER OF HOUSE REPRE SENTATIVES ahaseee Fla Jaa5 There was 4 n largest crowd of enthusiastic cc fur as here today to witness the 1 irj ruratioB of Hoa N B Broward I t T rnor of Florida that has been I tff in this oW capital for a long time pit Th < 1 > profession started from the LTr of the new governor on North v yw sre t a detachment of the i a leading the way and presented sr vpiring sight Then came Cover E J B BPiBg...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

r y i d ii v if S 1 i J3 I THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 4 1905 = PRESENT STATUS OF THE WATER WORKS MATTER + REVIEW OF SITUATION AND PLANS FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF A NEW COMPANY AND THE BUILDING OF A NEW PLANT Editor Pensacola Journal I wish to lay before the readers of The Journal and especially those in terested In a new and efficient water works the present status of the mat terIt It has been conclusively shown from various sources that Pensacola is without an efficient water works and therefore without adequate fire pro tection It is also without water for private users at a reasonable charge In regard to an efficient system the present system can only be made effi cient by building it new almost en tirely The machinery Is antiquated inefficient and practically worn out and would have to be replaced by an entirely new outfit The water mains are too small for present and future needs and are deteriorated so that hey will not stand sufficient pres sure as shown by...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

w F L E J I f THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 4 1905 S 3 r CC Goodman Geo Arnspergerv STUDin CLOThING COMPANY THIESEN BUILDING Sweaters Sweaters > r a > almost indispensible a 5c inter months They a Jj L mrenient to get otraLd rj Buttons to bother with fj 7 are such close friends whn JU are ° a a hunting or fishing np If you havnt tried hrn Imt in and see our stock Trr 4 cents to 250 Now For the Little Fellows We lave the kind of Sweaters bat wont HIlt the little chaps head uff It buttons on the shoul ders tip to the wok and is easy to gt off aad OH Prices 50c to 104 Standard Clothing Co 1 THIESEN BUILDING I ALLEN HALL Professor of Law in Vander 1I > tnivereity will delivers i s lecture Philosophy of Peter Porcupine for the benefit of THE LIBRARY iR ARMORY HALL TUESDAY JAN 10th 1905 PoL Hall is ORe of the most elo quent speakers OB the American plat IOTE and BO ORe should fail to hear inn ADMISSION 25 and 50 cents R K WHITE Watchmaker Manuracturlng Jewel end...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

i rj T V I I f II VJt T T T G l F B > x g v W at 1 7 r I 4 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESQ MORNINQ JANUARY 4190g I tit tnIa Journal BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY 1 FRANK L MAVES 1 President and General Manager MEM1ER THE AMOCIATED PRESS oil Offices ios sad 110 But GoTerament Street TELEPHONE NO 38 r 1 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I One Year Six Months V f 5OO Three Months 2 50 OeM on th S e a a 125 o ne Week a 111 11 s S 45 Papers oa sale atjalljiew atandV 10 PENSACOLA FLA JAN 4 1905 Governor Browards First Public Utterance liS Chief Executive I Governor Browards inaugural address whIch is publi3hed in The Journal > This morning Is just such an unpretentious straightforward manly utterance ts the people of Florida expected from the man W119f they elected governor It Is In fact characteristic ofthe man himself anfl a to those who know him nothing more could be said In praise of a ijpblic utterance which murt I o down as one of the very best deliverancesof Ore kInd in the hist...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

l I F j 4 THE PENS 01A JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARYS 1Q3 S L SUMMARY THE RECORD Of WiLLiAM S JENNINGS WORK ACCOMPLISHED AS MEM BER OF THE HOUSE OF REP RESENTATIVES AND AS GOV ERNOR OF FLORIDA I The Jacksonville TimesUnlon of Sunday contained the following brief summary the record of Governor Jennings as a member of the House of Representatives and as Governor of tic State of Florida il Governor Jennings while a aeffiber of the House prepared and revised the rules of theHouse Rap i r eiativos during the session ci 13 which have been readopted bj each successive House of Represen ratlv8 be is the author or originator of the ideas embraced In the follow iag I 2 Present jury law < S I Assessment of bank stock 1 0 Law governing compensation ef jurors and witnesses < S 1 Sleepingcar tax tel Graduated license tax on er press companies requiring expres t roapaaeg to pay a license tax in eact place of business wfcich law was sus tated by tie United States Supreme Court ta a test c...

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. — 4 January 1905

1 t 1 1f < < THE PENSACpLAJOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 4 190S = = lllltllt > > lrlt 31 Hi5 o > > v > v a u 3 c tIiij < < r iit rr1 tin i PEOPLE and EVENTS i j I i E t j j Seen Heard and Done Annoc Those TfLl bo cn f e Among jfno Gd t Come end T afWosnen aod Society Here and Elsewhere to M jti j BY MISS E NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 A BRILLIANT DANCE FOR NEXT SEASONS DEBUTANTES 3l The dance given Monday night by Mrs E T Hunt at the residence of Mrs A F Mallory for their young f daughters Miss Cora Hunt and Miss Kathleen Mallory who are not yet r formally out was one of the love t liest affairs of the many delightful t functions he college set have enjoyed during the holidays f The spacious rooms on both sides the wide hall were brilliantly lighted by gas and toned by red shades This same cheery color though sparingly used formed the keynote to the deco rations which were very beautiful i No decorations marred the beauty t of the blue walls with their dai...

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. — 4 January 1905

= v Jr MJV a J II S C THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY > MORNING JANUARY 4 1905 r 1 + If You < < t1 Have Money To Loan Where It will be absolutely safe It will pay you to consult us We have every facility for placing Joais advan tageously or Investing money In real estate paying hand some returns beside the enormous increase value which Pensacola and Wes Florida realty is making Corre spondence solicited Pensacola Investment Co W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secy J E STJLLMAN Je P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla I = I I I I > i This is r i i O 1t < f t 5 Want Ad i i y r I j S Season I f > Sptnd 25 or 50 cents for a > > I S want ad and it may yield many dollars Try it tfh t J < J I MARKETS Pensacola Cotton Market Furnished by C Guntei Elmore F 0 B Cotton Broker Pensacola Fla Jan 3 190i Good middling n n eo 63 Strict middling n n 6r s Middling 6V Strict low middling 6510 Tinges and stains 1 to 1J lower...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 4 January 1905

ii I = w f r I I I 4 It 4 I JAN6AFt t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUAR f Donf Neglect w 1C8 Second Btrpet ioCISVIItS rpri1 141803 I hue been Wetk and sickly for the fonr pat rears IUeed by irregularity and carelessness yethe g1rdlng the 3wg of health out about became Jln motbs sgo my condition very serious I had severe backache and lIuftered aconltant dull pain in hendZs weary Dinful day and miserable reaU as nI1ht iho doctor told that i must have patience me relief Ria and medicine as I had did been riot however told of the giYeme cUn enn Sss curative qualities of ltM L X TBOICTO Wine of Cardui I decided to try it Director health I found that it relieved me of pain As mr general sssmLa other troubles were assss BEEIHOTEK mtnhhed and after live gduI1y di I XUSICiX SOOETT ireekm UM of the Wine c I of Cardui I was once > 1 I 7ft 7j I acre a weU ad happy t IUt womAn I WINDUI i Wine of Cardui regulates the menstrual flow banishes headaches J iMobohes and bearingdown pai...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

l J a journal Want Ads Will p ° Q Telegraph Service by Increase Your Business OD t ua t Jhe Associated Press n = VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY V1OKNING JANUARY 5 1905 NO 4 = GENERAL NOGI REPORTS ON jTHEODORE THOMASJHE I SITUATION AT PORT ARTHUR i NOTED MUSICIAN DEAD Order Being Maintained and the People Are Qulet TwentyFive Expired at His Home in Chicago Yesterday Thousand Soldiers and Sailors Captured Twenty of Pneumoniay at the Age of Thousand Sick and Wounded Seventy Years 1 EARLY PEACE i NOT EXPECTED As Result of Surren der of the Russian Stronghold GIVING OF PAROLE OPTIONAL WITH RUSSIAN OFFICERSSTO ESSELS PATHETIC DISPATCH 30 CZAR BEFORE CAPITULA TJON RUSSIAN PRESS PRAISES HEROIC DEFENDERS OF FOR TRESS Tclio Jan rAjroiXNt received fftr General Nogi tale afternoon D Order is bates maintained at r nhur by the officers and tho r i ire quiet Our minute Invest ju Mi will DOt be fiaished until Thurs u Ji gt The total number of in isuranu s about thirtyfive thousand oi vrh tweat...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

c Y 1 I r < t 4 I p r i qr f ifJ Jr 0 f 7 7 i > THE 1PEN5ACOLA JOURNAL i > 0 1 I j HOW WILLY MONK GOT HIS CHRISTMAS TREE I I i i S I < t fGoodNatured Ostrich Well Iftba t the trouble don t cry < A i Just punch rae on the leg when you get through I j SHE KNEW J i 0 I Mrs SmithIs that fiction youre reading t r Mr SmithIt must be Its called The Love Letters of a Married Man to Z GIs Wife o I AN OLD ADAGE > GuestWalter brine me some port wine Its blowing great guns outside Walter Yes sir What brand do you prefer R Guest It makes no difference Any port In a storm P t t J filled Ul f t b ipaiker5 jxuW a 1 in l t 0 fituu ihe I 1 j g I r i t d1 t AUAI 4 PY i c i2 1 Yt 1 t 1 The Old Year Its kinder nicer to be able to sit back and romance about what 9nc has done OLD AND TOUGH The Landlady TurKey was known to the ancients The Witty Boarder Then Adam must have been tho original owner of this bird j 4 + t q fcj y PROOF POSITIVE v SueIs lie an honest man He He must be Lots of p...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

1 v I r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 5 1905 I Oil r C Goodman Arnsperger J GEORGE WHITE JR S 1 STANDARDREELECTED AS CHIEF CLOTKIKG COMPANY I 1 THIESEN BUILDING II 50 I to I 750 PER CENT SAVED ON YOUR LAUNDRY BILLS BY BUYING YOUR FURNISHING GOODS HERE AND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR LAUNDRY SYSTEM I COME AND HAVE IT EX j PLAINED TO YOU I i Standard Clothing Gf THIESEN BUILDING 1 K WHITE R v I Watchmaker Manuracturlni Jeweler I and Graduate Optician I 0 S PaUIoz Street Pensculk Fix i t i oj II i f I THE WEATHER 2J c For Western Florida Fair T armor Thursday light no fresh Miuth wieds Friday fair fS G NOTICE The Journals Want Advertising has roased to such an extent that it i becomes necessary to run that parunent of the paper on a strictly fll basis The Want Advertising is n so cheap and the accounts scat u among hundreds of persons are a u in themselves so small that the i > nsp of the bookkeeping and col j D5 for this department exceeds i profits TIt More beginning ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

T n > 4 THEJI BrwiACnLA JOlJRNAL TMliffcnAV < MRILING JANUARY 51505 > 4 + 1 Ibeijtnj aIa a Joutna1 n A ay THE JOURNAL COMBANY FRANK UMAYES MAYES President and General Manager f MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS E U H Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street t i L f TELEPHONE JNO 38 I I r PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Ii One Year 5 00 Six Months I seee 250 lhree Months One MOnth j e 1 25 One Week S 4 45 j S Pera e e eseeq li d o 10 I r onsalo atall fleWStuds j 1 PENSACOLA FLA JAN > 5 ions = I Old Friends the Best Theyre laughin afa ttie Old Year I asleep there 4JnIthe dew w i With a FarejyoflSsrell old feller ior I the worldltis done with you But old ff ends are better than the j I friendships that are new I While thSr world is rollln on to meet 1 the mornln i i Theyre laughin at the Old Yearyet f bestOOd us firm an true i 11 tWith Mfesorrow an his singin with hlsSfetormy skies anblue But old friends are dearer than the friendships that are new f iWhilst therworld is ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

b h t k THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 51905 S C r 6EHBRAL JOtl REPOITS 01 SITUATION AT IORT ARTHUR Continued from First Page Orientals says the paper is mqca from serious than the strategical ulue of the fortress Japanese Booty Light fhefoo Jan 4The protected end s r Akilsushama four torpedo boat P royers and two torpedo boats con futed todays Japanese guard off to port The destroyers which guard < the Russian flotilla last night went 1t at the expiration of twentyfour ours returning immediately with < mere They have been in and out of the harbor Intermittently ever since To night all the Russian destroyers hdrew to the south side of the jarbor where they probably will re nafa until their disarmament is com et Japanese Consul MIzurno in < < pcted the Russian vessels during ibF day and pronounced the progress uade in her disarmament satisfactory j is said that the booty which fell into the hands of the Japanese at Port Arthur only amounted to 80000 tone o...

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. — 5 January 1905

I i I S THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 5r 1905 > J 4 n r < < b OO J > > 3 3 > 3K Xi t t ii t fi i PEoP E and V isl r i Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come i J 1 and TarryxxWomen and Society Hire and Elsewhere ioJ l t > uJ J J V v > J > > J 4aiI cinrcU < I c c 4 4 3H I7t7aci srU v 3 < 1C t I BY MiSS E NELLIE BECK Telepho ne 669 1 + I < NEWS AS PRINTED IN THE DAYS OF SCOTT AND CLAY A copy of the Monmouth Inquirer published in Freehold N Jo Thurs day morning September 2 1847 is I the property of Mr Arthur Brown the gentlemanly young artilleryman of Ft Barrancas whose romantic I meeting with his mother from whom ie had been separated since infancy attracted so much interest last sum mer merThe The writer who is indebted to Mr Brown for a look at the valued relic found the Inquirer so interesting historically and otherwise that ° the following extracts from it are reprint I ed in The Journal In the Belief that many others als...

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. — 5 January 1905

I I o p T JI NSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNINfV IAMIIAB Fe HI05 c < < L r 1 jr > > If You Have Money To Loan i Where It will be absolutely safe It will pay you to consult us We have every facility for placing loans dvan tageously or investing money Inreal estate paying hand some returns beside the enormous Increase in value which Pensacola and West florIda realty is making Corre spondence solicited Pensacola Investment Go W H KNOWLES Pres R SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas I REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla = I I 4 This is r 1 If > I fi Want Ad J Season Spend 25 or 50 cents for a Jr j h want ad and it may yield V 4 many dollars Try it r f I It e + i Trade Conditions in I inPitch i Pitch Pin Markets 4 f The following is from the QuIt Coas Records report for the week ndlag December 31 1904 Freight Market Conditions TmberTonnage continues scarce rM recent rates are well sustained Tho fixtures are Str Janeta 2179 I rl...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 5 January 1905

s i 7 r 1 I 1HE JltENSACOLA JOURNAL I I V V 11 1 i Tite Wizard of All Livor Mmdicm s X I I L Dozier Bitter Apple Bitttrs 4 I 1 Its the prophet that has honor at home Read what the people say Hattiesburg Misj Feb 1 1904 Bitter Apple Bitters Co For many months I have been un able to do but little work no doubt you are aware of this fact and two months of this time I was scarcely able to walk spending at least 600 per month for medicine the expenditure which was en tirely lost but a drowning man will catch at anything so after be Ing persuaded to catch a bottle of B A B as a last r sort which I did I am now saving 2600 per month on extra labor At the time I commenced to use B A B I was so dizzy I could scarcely see and to take a purgative seemed to make matters worse but B A B put this to flight and now I feel as well as I ever did All who doubt the wonderful effect of B A B let them try the same at my expense R C McKENZIE Agent Standard Oil Co If your druggist doesnthandle B A B write...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 6 January 1905

i r A i Try I ry C i journal Want AdsWll Telegraph k Service by i a Increase Your Business r na The Associated Press = 1 VOL VIII PE1NSAGOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 NO 5 MOST IMPORTANT EFFECT OF FALL OF PORT ARTHUR is Decision of Russia to Recall the Second Pacific Squadron to European WatersRevolutionary Leaders Active and Press Savage and Bold COURT MAR IAL I OF STOESSEL According to Ancient Regulation Bitterly Resented on All Sides JAPANESE CRUISERS PATROLL ING IN VICINITY OF MANILA GREAT ACTIVITY ABOUT MUK II ARTILLERY TO BE DIS PATCHED FROM VLADIVOSTOK TO AID OF KUROPATKIN SUP PLEMENTARY AGREEMENT Tho moat iwpsrtfiat effect ot the fcH of Port Arthur OB the general mil itary sitMttoa ia the Far East appa jrn today Is UN dedefoa of Russia t rail the Goo nd Pacific sqwaUron It EujpeM waters The emperor te retnra 4 to St Petersburg and jt i rppored that aa extraordinary r ran of ministers is soon to be hold hm the entire sttwatkw of the em ir Eli be aoaeMored bath rel...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 6 January 1905

f tI THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 < y I C 1i Nl q II r Ij z c I i p n < tn w U I I THE PROTECTION cF ONEMILLION IF A NEW YOR K Lff i ufk = iJuS UA n N C J1i1 1 CO s Ja46 JHN A MeCALfL fFJtresidelfrffD 190B7 SAL Na mwea SI1CJt EJL + + 9 JANU Fiy 19 JL906n a ASETS Government State City County and other bonds cost value S 287062384 MARKET VALUE 5294309761 Company does not include In Assets the excess 7247377 of market value of Bonds owned over cost Bonds and Mortgages 413 first Hens I I I 23595105 Deposits in 489 Banks throughout the world at interest 152 793f 17694110 Loans to Policyholders on policies as security reserve value thereof 50000000 35867475 Real Estate 23 pieces inciudingll office buildings valued at 10940000 13257500 Quarterly and SemiAnnual Premiums not yet J dus reserve charged to liabilities 4086171 Premium Notes on Policies in force Legal Reserve to secure same 5500000 333i618 Premiums in transit 274 m reserve charged Liabilities I I 2746...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 6 January 1905

= = 5 I 4 I I e i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 S l ir J ti C Goodman Geo Arnsperger i STUDUD GLOTIIRB GQKMMY I 14ESEN BUILDING 1i Huvv About A Pair of Knpp8ndoIf0JNeal Shoes I ic ihe time to buy that p bare feeoa thinking 14 best value we know our menay is the KO p s us 406 and 506 no pair aDd the next bur wlH call for them avc tile oxcfaeive agency shoes awl K they were we wiraW aet ask you L them Owae see us Standard Clothing Go I G TH2ESEN BUILDING t R H 1 J r R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewtltf and Graduate Optician 0 S PaUIor Street Pensacola F1s Ia iI 11 So f 4 THE WEATHER < 1 Westwa Florida Rain r mler at igbt Satur f sb to brisk shifting t iiij uccoatag Hortk I it f I it fo 0 NOTICE Tr Journals What Advertising has ad to suck as extent that it L fomos necessary to run that r c atnt of the paper on a strictly 2 5 The Want Advertising is n j dxap aa4 the accounts scat J among hath e4 of persons are 4 themselves so small that the I r of the book...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 6 January 1905

f I i f r f w T 4 = ii rT r o + fH N7 Z tFFii R l 7 JANUARY I 6rl505 r ti ZE t 2Z t ri 0 < ibe jt il aia nnffid BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY FRANK L f LrtAYES k t1 President l G hera Manager i MEMbER THE ASSOCIATED I PRESS > Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street TELEPHONE NO 38 1 PUBLISHED c EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY t o i s One Year Six Months 5 00 Three b 250 Months One Month 125 One Week v 45 0 4 S 10 Pagers onsaleat all news stands PENSACOLA FLA JAN 6 1903 n ABLE ARGUMENT AGAINST UNJUST DISCRIMINATION Und l the beading Seaport vs In land Cities the Ocala Banner ad vances the following able argument for an equalization of freight rates claiming that discriminations exist ibetween the cities located on the sea Goat and those not so fortunately situated The readers of this paper who ara as old as the writer can well remem ber when our rivers were alivo with Fteamere floating palaces they j were often called and traffic was so I great as even to suggest to the presi dent and ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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