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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

< < e f < > a ° yr 1 1r F r < ar fr C f Jp < f n P Zed e ction 4 ft Journal Want Ads Will 16 ftt g AGESI Pilgesltolll e 0 H tl Increase t o Your Business rC ABPQpyy > Qpyy VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 29 1905 a Z J r 7 i > NO 25 t I t drieit i tl h Reminiscences of t An Old Settler xs Y t Tic following the first of a series e j rsoaal TemniSconces toy old set < r vhlch The Journal hopes to pub i h i its Sunday editions hereafter > I H Alton is nearly 80 years old ri r rill active physically and is in ur full possession of all of his mental rru cs He has taught school in Staniiia county almost since he at ti to maIls estate and he is ex < nally well qualified to write on ca s which transpired in the early 1 Prof Allens first article fol low Jom ivvrn I look hack through a space r I > years and call to my mind the ay grand old patriarchs who once I > in BcamWa OOtmty and especial ir Peaaaoola I feel like one who I r q aloes M...

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. — 29 January 1905

I > I I c < I tb i f THE PNArn A JO RNAL S NJA MORNING JANUARY 29 1905 Our Tourist Friends You hare come to Pensacola because someone or something interested OJ1t the Deep Water City You wou1d not have come If you had not been Interested and you would apt stay here now If your later Impressions did not justify your previous de cision to spend the winter here It follows therefore that you are not only Interested In Pensacola but you will In all probability continue to be Interested after you leave and Slay possibly desire to return here for future winter seasons This being the case you will want to keep in touch with the doings and Developments in the Deepest Harbor Ton the Gulf and no way can that be done so cheaply easily or satisfactorily as through the columns of The Weekly Joiuirinial at 1L0 Per Year The Weekly Journal Is a consolidation Into one paper of all the local and latest telegraph news contained in the da31y and it furnishes medium for keeping posted on Pensacola ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

J T = 7 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 28 1905 c c = I I u co = = = = if MostRemarkableRecordof J Sitter Apple Bitters w It bs been the fcMory of many proprietary medicine manufactu r S that JSf greatest barrier they bad to contend with at the start s s the home knocker the man who would hardly believe a thing j were to see it Bitter Apple Bitters has had nothing of the kind nteud with it best friends being rIght in > Hattiesburg Its home Las provon what is claimed for it as a IaI Liver and Kidney Medicine n cry instance where it has been tried and everyone who has used t Jr such complaints is enthusiastic in praise of its wonderful work FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE 0 = = 0 = = cOW = = = i = = = K OW DONOVAN BOXED WITH THE PRESIDENT Dean of Boxers Relates Experience With Chief Executive During Daily Session of Four Days Duration New York World Mike Donovan doan of boxers got L 30 StRY from Washington he boxed with the President i an hour every afternoon for four...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

L k S I f t 2 4f Z THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING ° JA NUARY 29 1905 4 = = = L A A A A A TT YiAAVSAVVtA vv yvvyv I SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS i By MISS E NELLIEBECK X Telephone No 669 L V + S + + + iASAi HARTAVERY At Athens Ga on January 25 the marriage of Miss Ora Hart and Mr John Campbell Avery Jr of Pensaco la FJa was solemnized in the pres ence of a large and brilliant assem blage of the friends of the bride and groom Mr Avery the groom is an alumnus of the university and has endeared v himself to many Athenians by his ster ling qualities He is the son of Mr JC Avery of Pensacola Fla The bride is generally conceded to be one of the most popular young la dies who has ever graced Athens so ciety The church which was beautifully decorated for the occasion by her lov ing friends gave evidence of the es r teem in which she is held t The altar was a bower of green smilax and the waxen candles in sli ver candelabra shining here and there through garlands of green made a chaste and...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

J F iIp f x k < JI J c 1 u THE PEN A CQLA JOURNAL SUNDAY < r MORNING JANUARY 29 > 1903 li c t The New Naval School of Wireless Ielegraphy I JCCE more the United States ONCE has demonstrat ed the fact that it is more progressive than any other in t i r world Its naval department has n ftrst to adopt wireless telegraphy is leading means of rapid communi b Uul and te establish a permanent J rot for naval Instruction in the re iticn and transmission ot messages exhaustive series of experlmenta np conducted by the most capable nen In the service brought to light the cu11ar adaptability ot the wireless yvsum to naval requirements and the 3Trts engagedln this preliminary in igatlon were enthusiastic In thelr a > cacy of its Immediate adoption j a result the department has open c > i if > most thorough and comprehen wireless telegraph school ever at r tod ender any auspices This lat 4eiartment of service instruction is A + red ta the equipment building at Brooklyn navy yar...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

i I I I if I i I THE a PENSACOLA JOURNAL SQNDAYMORNING JANU RY 29 1905 i n n 1 Jesse French f I I I Piano and Organ Company I I The Biggest and The Best 1 We are at the same old stand 14 W Garden street with an ele gant assortment of high grade pianos We are the largest manu L facturers of high grade pianos In the United States Wo handle only the best such as STEINWAY KNABE STARR RICHMOND JESSE FRENCH VOSE SON AND REMINGTON 1 A nice line to select from We can sell to you cheaper than others because we make our own goods and do not have to pay the t middlemans profits Call and examine our instruments Its a pleasure to show you what we have CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS JESSE FRENCH PIANO AND OBQN G881PAHY J I V W WALLS Manager t 14 W GARDEN STREET PENSACOLA FLORIDA WHERE BALDHCAPED GIRLS ARE IRRESISTIBLE TOMEN Peculiarities of People of Greenland as Revealed by Recently Returned Danish Expedition Copenhagen Denmark There re cently returned to Denmark an expe dition which had been sent to Gre...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

1 1 I L V s c i J1 o ° THE > PENSACOLA JOURNAL 3UN1AY < J 10r l NG JANUARY 23 J205 i 4 r f > 1 I flSAVED HIMSELF 1 I J1Ck do you think I look like mann fi h ye Marie as your mammas t face must have looked when she vas just year age A WISE GIRL How long should a girl know a man I l > fore beoemtag engaged to him r Oh long enough for him to propose I Pulling a long face 1 mss I told your father that I couldnt live without TOU She What did he say HrHe offered to pay all funeral ex penses THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS r here can be no domestic happiness Uts there are mutual concession onsenee My husband and I get ai all right and I make torn make L trA concessions H A DECLARATION OF WAR cp I firmly believe that we s lId Jove our enemies lIn that case I declare war n OU at once > i T < AT THE CONCERT There are a great many accidentals in that piece your daughter is F lC ticing I hope so he answered Id hate to think she was doing it on purposed I A FIGURE OF SPEECH I r q I A GEN...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 29 January 1905

flv i jk J I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 29 190 Ii With The MoneyMakers I S What Is Being Done by The Journal Advertisers and Advertisers All Over the Continent with Some Good Ideas from Ad Experts Wj h Consolidated Their Advertising S The five great department stores of z Boston have closed contracts with the Boston Herald for this year involving 1 in every case their largest expenditure S in any one pap American Adver tiser S Business Good Business in Pensacola last week was unsually good Every indication is 1 that this weeks will be even better The many big ads in The Journal tells 1 an eloquent story of bargains galore S Why It Was Nit a Success The St Louis fair wan not a big S 1 financial success because it did not re j ceive proper publicity It did not re ceive publicity simply because certain people did not believe in risking money If only a small portion of the t Tast sum which was expended in I some mysterious mannerjust how b S no one seems to know had 4 ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

I t T at A night ICIOUdyf or Wednesday a fresh rain t iufniL HE Latest Foreign and Domestic northeast to southeast winds i t 0n f n 1 JluNews Daily The by Associated Press J VOL VIIL PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1905 NO 26 NATIONAL CONTROL OF LARGE CORPORATIONS The Subject of a Strong Addr by President Roosevelt Which Was flWCcf at a mmngu9t nquet of the Union Lemgu Club in Philadelphia Last Night ENTERTAINED AT NAVAL ACADEMY Where He Attended Graduating Exer cises of Class Of 19O5 AFTERWARDS GOING TO CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE GOVERN MENT SUPERVISION OF VAST IN TERESTS ESPECIALLY CON TROL OF RAILROADS BY INTER STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE OF THE DAY I Philadelphia Jan 30PresIdent Kfoefveh and party loft Washington oc a special train at 930 oclock tills jrormng for Annapolis where the r1 sioent reviewed the midshipmen anU attended the graduating exercises c th class of 1905 which took place i the chapel of the united States tan aca teray ft r the exercis...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

I 1i f > = f2 1 5 t THE PEN ACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1905 11 7A1 i i I NATIONAL CONTROL OF I LARGE CORPORATIONS Continued from First Page of this club should leatf in the effort to secure proper supervision and regula tion of corporate activity by the gov ernment not only because It is for the interest of the community as a whole that there should be this supervision and regulation but because In the long run It will be In the interest above all of the very people who often betray alarm and anger when the proposition is first made Neither this people nor any other fee people will permanently tolerate the use of the vast power conferred by vast wealth and especially by wealth in its corporate form without lodging somewhere in the government the still higher power of seeing that this pow er in addition to being used in the in terest of the individual or Individuals possessing it is also used for and not against the interests of the people as a whole Our peculiar for...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

T3 rT iF if Ii TE PENSACOLA JOURNAL riltrccnAV MORNING JANUARY 31 tnne Mrs Rosa Frendenthal Mosnisli SPECIALTY DISEASES OF WOMEN Twentyfive years successful os r riesce Graduate of German and American Hospitals and Colleges Can I commodate a limited number of rrletiy firstclass lady 5 patients hi my mc Offices and residence 349 T achfree street cor Forrest Ave A lana Ga d C C Goodman Geo Arnsperger N STIKDim CLOTHING COIHMY THIESEN BUILDING j if 4 f s P Weir Taking Orders Now For Spring Suits Arc you In doubt on the spring suft question Want to Know whats the propor thing Well oyster gray Is the very newest blue is good brown and all bright and warm tints look pleasing and proper for early spring Cut is still sug gestive of ease and comfort and I a little longer in length I APRIL 23 IS EASTER Prepare for It now It will be here before you know it Standard Glifhing Gif I THIESEN BUILDING w 1 = 1 = = = = = m = = = = = = a = = A R = i NEAT APPEARANCE fi = R ls J = 5 A Good Recommendatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

N Wi 4 THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESSDAY MORNiNG JANUARY G1 1S33 ffJt tflflU BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY I FRANK L MAYES Presldent and General Manager MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS L Offices 108 and no East GoVernment Street e TELEPHONE NO 38 < 4 1 I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY A One Year e y c 500 Biz Months y s S e 0 Three Months y 250 One MonttuT 4 y < 125 Cue Week Ie e 45 es 1 10 F 1 l oa le tal1Ji1 stands PENSACOLA LORI DA DAJThiJARy 01 1905 The Journals circulation statement for January will be published tom r row The public In general but ad vertisers in particular wIll be Inter I ested in It I II It may be that Niedringhaus has i underestimated the value which Mis i souri legislators place upon their I votes Might he a good scheme to I l1utw21OQO or somore in circulation ach of the Chicago papers claims lohafre carried more advertising dur Ingsike pasfaQ earthan any other The 4cna3je editors have evidently been j transferred to the respective advertis j ing departments...

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. — 31 January 1905

J 0 f t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESSDAY MORNING JANUARY 311905 S 1 r x 4 Jgjq n p i f t Because it Is pure made from of the finest selected grains fermented perfectly carefully double distilled in copper mellowed by time in oak by = natural processes H Old II T I 4 Quaker tl Rye is a delightfully stimulating smooth old whiskey Dont let the dealer decide for you Order a case son t J home today l r Phone 16 Lewis Bear Co 404408 Palafax St and 210 Main St 3 V V Pensacola Fla INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH ROSS E POLLOCK I TENSACpLIAN TELLS OF THE 4 CONDITIONS WHICH NOW PRE VAIL IN SAN DOMINGO WHERE HE WAS STATIONED FOR SEV ERAL MONTHS One of the most Interesting inter ne ws yet printed regarding the condi tms now prevailing in San Domingo us just been given out by Ross E j oiock of this city who was sta in d In the West Indes for a number Li months last year Tha article in I li estion taken from the Savannah yews Is as follows Mr Rosswitte E Pollock the new usistant at the local weather bur...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

I f a j r I THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL P l J Willy boy Willy boy where are you going I will go with you 1C I may MJ am going to the meadows to see them mowing I am gains to see them make hay mere Is Willy boy cif w G J THEY DONT PRAY Y A f M I t Where are you going my pretty maid 4 Im going to church kind sir she said 1 Will you pray for me my pretty maid li I cant for I sing In the choir she t saldg i 31 X BUM TREAT J I First WarrIorHow did you treat that Greek I Second Warrior gave him a Roman punch J fcNTAQIODS Van Dyke Brown Yes I enjoy painting I always smile at my work Mrs Lorgnette Yes I should tnlnk mostfanybody who saw Itrwoolddo the ° < came thing t i = h I t bA s t ji i v AR7IfW ikZA f i f I L 1 1 s r F Pa 7 R 0 11R11 d 7E trC S r > To RCU hS a r I 0 1 JIKED 1115 REpSH W 9 hN RUg51AA i H OM A BUN P ROA051 TON QF fOR THE GZA WEAIry r T < THESE DAYS cc fe VJ 7 J i wTrY M ji 1AWSOlYIS = 3 Di xEnxlsrsr + Xf c v A rl 0 p1VIGIZ IS SDI fgOlK EASZM I r 1 f < t MAKt A MASTE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

z f f > = n i t r r > 71f S THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESSDAVWORNlflG JANUARY 31 1905 AAAAAAAAAAA A AAAA LA AAA AAA A AA A A AA A AA A AAAA AA AAA The Journals Classified A Cash Advertisements nmn QneGentavord each insertion A No advertisement taken for less than 25c C Special rates by the month B = a PROPERTY OWNERS AND TENANTS ALIKE WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE AND CONVENIENCE TO DEAL THROUGH THIS OFFICE WE HAVE UNEQUALED FACILITIES FOR I I ATTRACTING ATTENTION OF BUYERS AND TENANTS I I AND NOW HAVE NUMEROUS REQUESTS FOR HOUSES OF ALL SORTSBOTH RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS AND NEED SEVERAL MORE TO FILL i IMMEDIATE WANTS Pensacola Investment Co i W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla I i WANTED n rUrflrfl sS u fl nrLr 1r wWflflMa TEDThree or four rooms lur hd for light housekeeping Good iin Write J B c care of The 1 aaL 28jan3t 28jan3tl XTIDTo purchase or rent a L VIfl outfit Ho...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 31 January 1905

4 r THE PENSACOCA JOURNAC TUESSDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1905 A DOLLARS WORTH FOR A DOlitAR u tWLflJW LruwJLnLL MENS SHIRT SALE We hive a large number Of Colored Shirts stiff bosom made of striked Prcales and Madras with detachable cuffs which we have placed on cale at almost your own price For instance 150 SHIRTS FOK u 70 cents 100 SHIRTS FOR u u u u 40 cents 50c SHIRTS FOR u u eo u 25 cents 1 BOYS SHIRTS FOR u eo 25 cents This is a golden opportunity to lay in a lot ol Shirts for much less than actual cost to us and they are good reliable goods Heavy Fleeced Underwear at 50 cents a garment Woolens at 2 250 cl3 a suit I JObJ1 I7cTiLit OUTFITTER TO MEN AND BOYS 205x207South Palafox Street J1 Pensacola Florida Phone 225 Jrj MARKET QUOTATIONS New York Cotton Market New York Jan 30The cotton mar ket opened steady and unchanged to 3 points higher on moderate covering and a little investment demand al though cables were a shade disap pointing Shortly after the call a sharp bulge of 20 point...

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. — 1 February 1905

c f I = ° EATHER Partly cloudy Wedi I 1 w day Thursday far c older fresh bjt IfHE Latest Foreign and Domestic t east to north winds t Pent on U a rr r ews Daily by I t tIi ft lJllSl I lio 11 The Associated Press ns O j140 J yIJrIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY I 1905 NO 27 n 1 MANY KILLED AND INJURED BY POLICE AND SOLDIERS Additional Regiments Hurried to Scene of Trouble In Warsaw by the Rus sian Government 1 GDRKY IS TO BE RELEASED As the Only Charge Against Him is Be ing on Finance Committee SITUATION THROUGHOUT PO LAND IS INCREASING IN SERI rwSNESSMANY STORES HAVE BEEN PILLAGED AND ALL FAC TORIES ARE CLOSED THOU SANDS OUT OF WORK V w Jaa 31 Several persons K > killed and many injurod in en c < rs rkh the troop and police In Pr > parts nftkk city yesterday 7 rest aid society has suspended n a > ns telegraphic communication mpted dad the conditions t > jtout Warsaw are such that It AO e < n impossible thus far to ascer ti i r number of victims rder...

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. — 1 February 1905

lui J L J r THE iplNSACCaAJ JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1 1905 C FRANK CLARK BACK FROM WASHINGTON FLORIDA DELEGATION AND THEIR HARD WORKCLASH EX t PECTED ON PILOTAGE 4 T BILL r r IL Hon Frank Clark congressman I elect of the Second Congressional DIs j trictTbf Florida returned from Wash k ington yesterday cutting his visit in that city short to hasten to Florida L g for the purpose of thawing out says the Jacksonville TimesUnion Mr Clark went to Washington to be I i there during this session of congress for the purpose of becoming acquaint ed with the gentlemen with whom he 4 Is to be associated during his life at Washington In speaking of his visit to Washington in a general way Mr I Clark said yesterday to a representa tive of the TimesUnion I Went to Get Posted Sc Yes I have just returned from t Washington where I have been for the past week taking a survey of the I situation and making such preliminary arrangements as are necessary for I me to intelligently begin my congr...

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. — 1 February 1905

Ii WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1 1905 3 Co Co Goodman Geo Arrisperger II STANDARD CLOTHING COMPANY I I THIESEN BUILDING I i SHIRTS i iJ i Shirts Shirts I i i j c received first shipment I Monarch aM Cluett Shirts i pring and It is a lot of 1 beauty toe The latest 1 and patterns < arevhare i v lt will bo time trell apcnt rj will Step initp set this i y J lul assortment 1 < MONARCHW100 I ne of ail oae4ottr ahfrts j sad if you wear thota oaoa you War BO other OlCJ Err the nage8f best of all v rs at any pnioe > Dome see lAl Standard Clothing Go TrllESEN BUILDING BOSOM FRIENDS CF SPOTLESS CHARACTER our laundry works and your shirts May we have the pleasure of in troducing them Phone as and ewe will call for your bundle and intro duce them io our work ers You will be proud of the introduction The Star Steam Laundry D E Garden St Phone 114 Pensacola Fla R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate n It 8 PaUIox Street Pensacola Fix TERSELY TOLD The steamer Tarpoa entered...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 1 February 1905

ii I L v It II j I I II r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1 1905 fit Itnjafoll Jonfnal th t BY t THE JOURNAL COMPANY t t FRANK L MAYES President and General Manager MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Offices 108 and 110 East government Street 4 TELEPHONE NO 38 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 1One One Year I Six Months 5 00 hi Three Months wi 2 50 One Month e 1 25 Ltb DoI1e Week S 45 i 10 F Pagers on sale at allnew stands ft PEXSACOLA FLORID A FEBRUARY 3 1905 High Water Mar t 1 in Circulation i The Journals circulation touched high water mark last month In fact I It reached the highest average for the I month ever attained in the history of r 1 fbe paper and The Journal may bel pardoned it hopes for somewhat of a feeling of pride over that fact t 1 t The detailed statement for the td Month which is published on this page tofltay shows exactly how many copies of the paper were printed on each day making a total of 101708 copies for 4 the month or an average of 3912 L c...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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