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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

I f I I YHE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 19 1905 5 uu I > iiJ3 > 2 wSitf 1 H S o c f f trt1 11 II c j lC lr it tn i U PLAYS PLAYERS I AMUSEMENTS AND GREEN < I ROOM GOSSIP > > oIo1 t 3 1111 Y Vso L H rf r Ilac cf7 t c co or m f1cr1frr IT Ri Co I n LAST NIGHTS PLAY S trlfkf most comic operas Ser geant Kitty really has a plot BIT tote is not allthe plot is a 101 ODe presenting at every turn 11ptif tteas which would arouse from the most 1 arY Jwtskcven fL or irom the pessimist whose ng c reade A I dare you to make 14 laurk t Wh All that the plot is the most I riigificat item of the production t < r Sergeant Kitty is a real comic nr in all that the name implies It I or a mess of vaudeville and spe t i ss dignified with that name but TO of those things which combines all r attributes ot a genuine musical I 0 odv 1 Tho solos and ensembles are all naning and the domand for Set 0 Kitty music already promises fr to become a fad in Pensacola as it said to be wher...

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. — 19 February 1905

a T Ti r7rT c I S 1 t I i 1 V 7 ft 01 I t THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL < < < A 1r 4 i < 1 it A NUMEROUS FAMILY > > 3Iama Tea dear this Is Washingtons birthday Do you know what he was + the father of 7 EffieCourse I do Washington was the father of the Daughters the j Mgr Revolutions v iIfJ > THE BADLEIGH BOYS EMULATE GEORGE WASHINGTON rrr eeas7 e s I The Badleigh Boys Heres where It says An Georges paw cum up an sals Who cut down dat tree an George sirs I done It paw I cannot tell a It le I done it wid me little hatchet An den his paw pats his head and sals Herds 4 a quarter > George Id rather youd be right den President > J I j The Boys Hurry hurry Here comes deuid man Wegottor gtt bar etan I Sown tar git dat Quarter JrBadlelshWho cut down that tree II The Boys Father we cannot tell a lie We did it wid T our little hatchet an a J ° t RTr Mr Badlelgh Cannot lie eh > When r get through with you you cannot sit eUllor Xti < i L > ir t9 > i u GEORGE WJsIII...

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. — 19 February 1905

S S r S p > THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 19 1905 = WN AA aV v w v Ov afMMA II The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements I QncentKorcf 9ch insertion i No advertisement taken for less than 25c X Special rates by the month 0 > SVVSi aaaaa aAA IF YOU HAVE IDLE MONEY and want It to earn a Handsome rate of interest and yet be perfectly safe 1 r i Buy Pensacola t Jt x Real Estate t Besides rapidly earning a high rate of Interest on the amount invested tbe original principal will groatly in oreaso through the increasing values of this citys realty We have some desirable residence properties and vacant Jots at BARGAIN PRICES Will be glad to show you these prpoertles Pensacola Investment Co A H DALEMBERTE City Manager 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 WANTED WutnruUWrk JJflrLrrJW WL fl 4 Wflflflflflt < ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ES Imates furnished free on shor...

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. — 19 February 1905

z i 4f I I I J4 c THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 19 1909 T t t I A Dollars Worth for a SI r Theres I i2 Exquisite 4 Harmony 4J I S between bur hats and the prevailing modes of dress I 4 1 We get the first hints of t Fashions whispers direct > v1 from the stylesettins centers And it is the I trustworthiness of these hints that enable us to sell you hats that are absolutely correct hence t you take no chance of j buying an uncertain or T antiquated style when you make your purchase here STETSON DUNLAP NONAME YOUNG BROS See New Spring Styles l k John White I Outfitter to Men and Boys T 205207 S Palafox ii Phone 225 lEe MARKETS Pensacola Canon Market Furnished by C Guntei Elmore F i O B Broker Pensacola Fla Feb 18 1S05 I Good middling 7 t Strict middling 7 Middling 7 = g Strict low middling 7 316 Tinges and Stains h to lower Naval Stores Market t Savannah Ga Feb ISThe naval stores market closed today as tol f owa i iVW 5 15 kVi iy G efreeeee 5 00 Vii N j 4 75 k II 4 50...

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. — 19 February 1905

0 I i it i i Journal Wmnt Ads 1WIl1 p p ° pL 16 PAGES 2nd Section v F ai t 0 n Zndes nereis Your irrsin ss j n V Pa 6es 9 to ill Oslo ° t T t v or > VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUN DAY MORNING FEBRUARY 19 1905 NO 43 2I > s 1 > > t JjJJ u1 I 7CKf7IlC 2 M t1 i v t11 r 1 < 1 J r r n 7 Cit The Shooting Match 1 Across Pcnsacola Hay I wy w J uY 3 3i u > > > 9 O 7 f < IIt = n4r 4 < iI < A < < 1rcIlidCI Jr I1 v Some twentyfive or six years ago i ay of congenial spirits among tvjni were Capt Thos W Hutchin f i 3avn Poa James McCullough E v < s i raielf and several others dose names escape ny memory went on a hunting trip for a few day i TOSS Ae bay shore near where th 4 ewar pace is now located T e hunting was pretty good at tha the second da ttrr fir at noon on to One deer wore hanging up in GIT every member of the party wal vjig fine ant all were in good ght to enjoy the good dinner which A hn on the fire and being looked by an expert In the culinar...

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. — 19 February 1905

1 T i l 1 d < I i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING 1 FEBRUARYs J9390511 j j t d J s > t CSTORE OF THE ARSENAL AT CHATTAHOOCHEE 4 t t QWNC MAN WRITES INTEREST i JNGLY IN OCALA BANNER OF EVENT OF 1861 WHEN CAPTURE OF THAT PLACE WAS ACCOM PLISHED f The following interesting letter ap r peared In the Ocala Banner Quincy Fla Feb 9 1905 Editor Ocala Banner Some one was kind enough to send j me a copy of the Ocala Banner of Jan uary 22 and I read with much interest the account of the capture of the Unit1 ed States arsenal at Chattahoochee by J I the Young Guard of Quincy Fla of h which company I was a member 1 j According to my recollection tho I r account is true in the main but not j entirely devoid of error I do not think the company was divided but I marched upto the gate in a body i nd there was no display of sky rockj ets No one was frightened as no I danger was anticipated When we i II came in front of a large brass cannon j L with its ugly mouth pointing toward j t a us H...

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. — 19 February 1905

P W r I I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 18 a t iHi SSrSfca SS S ii M DIAMONDS WATCHES JJVlELRYtl CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZES J STERLING SILVERWARE t ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS CUT GLASSWARE I 4 I l Engraving and Fine Stationery Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention j Em O Zadck Jewelry COal i MOBILE ALA JJ > > > > j O4V lO > > v p > OJ > o A ill c < r < rrr rrrr c ltitI ft 1 H I THE ANNUAL REUNION I OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS I I T W LL BE HELD IN LOUISVILLE JuNE 14 15 AND 1 GENERAL CRDER BY COMMANDER STEPH EN D LEE following general ordor has i upd by Oommandor Stephen D a tf the United Confederate Vet ral Order No 23 1 The soman ttng general an r rs that according to the custom f < ire in force which leaves the mandmg general and the depart commanders the fixing of th or the roankm the fifth annual r on of the United Confederate ans will be held in the city ol jHIe Ky on June 14 15 and 16 Wednesday Thursday and Fri respectively those ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

1 I r t f I L d c < < > f A w THE PENSACOLA 3URNAL SATURDAY MOItttfRS FEBRUARY 1819O5 ii > P r 7 t > i i y y i y A VA t i SOCIEtY PEOPLE AND EVENTS By MISS E NELLIE BECK X Telephone NoTeS T r v k f DANCE AT THE COUNTRY CLUB z1 The attendance at the dance given t by the Country Club like a majority 4 of social functions for a month past was affected by the prevailing dread of catching more cold but there wore onough to make the evening en Lr joyable for the cold weather made I dancing particularly delightful 4 In the dancing contingent were < r and Mrs H H Thornton Mr and 4 Mrs Richard M Cary Mrs W B t i Wright Mr and Mrs W S Keyser Mr and Mrs C Lamar Dr ann Mrs Walter Higgins dr and Mrs Ous Eitzen Dr and Mrs Wilmer S Hall Mrs Fred W Marsh Mrs OLeary Mrs Pearce Mrs Emily C Smith Mr and Mrs J Campbell Avery Jr Miss Daisye Hyer Miss i si Florence Turtle Miss Allie Willis Miss Dagmar Holmes the Misses I Sharpe the Misses Smith the Misses Pearl and Cora Lewis of Valdost...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

i f I i I I ill f 4 t > 4 I if i + THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORN1NG FEBRUARY 19 1905 1S t I CHAUNCEY DEPEW STIlE U SENATES RAILROAD AGENT v Recognized ms the Head and Front of Anti Rebate Forces in Present Congress i 1 EMPLOYS FIFTEEN PERSONS AS AN OFFICE FORCE HAS FOUR SECRETARIES AND HIS WASH INGTON HEADQUARTERS ARE THE HOME OF EVERY RAIL ROAD LOBBYIST WHO VISITS THE CAPITOL W shtngton Feb 18In the lineup ie foroos for and against anti TJh legislation ChaHucoy M Depew I ° is pre minOJitas the most Influ a force on the side of the Tail > < > = in the fight to a fRteh that is be fought out at this and subse qnt sessions congress he is look c on as the leader 1p to within few days ago he was rman of the board of directors of t sht Vanderbilt railway Knee His c ome from this source is extraordi art His powers and responsibilities a ° also enonno 6 For reasons best gown to the directors of these eight lay companies Senator Depew re tied from the chairmanship of two of t...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

f y i R c i M4 THE PENSACOLA > JOURNAL SUNDAY MOANING FEBRUARY 19 1905 = 1 > J WHAT IT COSTS THE FLORIDA n J t STATE CONVICT LESSEES PER CAPITA t > fOR EVERY CONVICT HANDLED t t r Average Cost for Four Years Lease They Say Is Over 160 Per Day Itemized State a i ments > By Lessee Manager S A Rawls Ll The following is from the Ocala + Banner of February 9 v The article on the f state convict k h i jenln Sundays TimesUnion has i j aated so much attention especial x ly 111 Ocala where the enlightened mil progressive methods employed by tL < present lessees the Florida Naval t Sioes and Commission Go are ap l 1 t coated at their true valuethat Tilt Banner has secured from Mr S I A Rawls of this city the manager IT at thi convicts for the lessees a copy ota letter addressel by him to the lion B E McLin Commissioner of t JSgicuJtwre giving the cost in detail r of operating the convicts These figure will prove of value to all woo are ia any way interested in + the convict lea...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

I TJfE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MOBNINQJfflfJEBpUARY 19 1905 < 15 Jesse French Piano and Organ Company 7LHJgani Tit Bst 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 Isrturerg f high grade pianos In the United States We tandle ostY t1teboetsuch as STEINWAY KNABE STARR RICHMOND JESSE FRENCH VOSE SON AND REMINGTON I A nice Itee fee saiect from We can sell to you cheaper than oher eoa se we make our own goods and do not have to pay the diemans profits Call and examine a our Instruments Its a pleasure tosbew you what we have J CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS JESSE FRENCH PIANO AND ORGAN COMPANY w W WALLS Manager 14 W GARDEN STREET PENSACOLA FLORIDA HEALTH Of FLORIDA FOR THE PAST YEAR 1 STATE BOARD FORWARDS REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO GOVERNOR BROWARDDEATH RATE SMALL AND INFEC TIOUS DISEASES CON FINED TO EXCEP v TIONALLY SMALL NUMBER Jacksoaviile TImosUnion At the animal zaeoifog of the State i jard of HeaWk en Tu...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 19 February 1905

r I 1 t s 1 4t M 1 f THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING r FEBRUARY 13 1905 rli > i i i 11 f V 3 > f b Jt yo l2 V f f < tI < 1 < tf t I f m l T H E aic FTQE1 i f t7j < < f u If L 1 t 4 d = t rt I J SA iE STARTS P fflPTLY AT 8 OCL OC < < t > > 7m j t t > ofi ic 4 1 < f9 2r t L r PEN SAC OAS BUSY > I E t i t I I BARCA N lJ Vl 11 IJm FJ3 1Nl All T IKfI j r I I to 1 < toj ii < > < c i L 1 1Jk 1 I tt > I G REj4 T 1 e 1 JII 1 ft MERICAH BEAUTY STYLE arc i S E L LING THIS I1 E E K I AhJIwc l iA8PlIII aA i Kalareaioo Corset Co Sole Makers Ji r > S I KaieRaw cd Ei + ttubrtttlea H iSH i a Come teiThe Big Store this week and dJftrNli shcppingwith the crowd See the great collection of choice values that we offer Yilm See special y r display of Fabrics r I Buy your goods from the store that sells Modern Merchandise RememfC 0 bel this is the st re that saves you momeyow each and every articleill I k11 j k Kiilinery Department An offerin...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 21 February 1905

R 1 4 I WEATHER Fair Tuesday and HE Latest Foreign and Domestic V Wednesday eight northeast t P News Daily by winds O The Ass ed Press I1 G 7 V S r7 rl r 11 cS VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1905 I NOM i Resolution Creates SENSA TION In the House I ROOSEVELT I GALLED DOWN CENSURED FOR SENDING MESSAGE Mr Maker of New York Makes Anti Russian Speech SAYS PRESIDENTS MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE AND SYMPATHY ON ASSASSINATION OP DUKE SERGIUS DOES NOT REPRESENT AMERICAN PEOPLE t By Associated Press Washington Feb OBelore the ote was taken in the house on the shipbuilding bill today Mr Baker of JCew York created a sensation by of fering the following resolution That while this house views with horror the deliberate destruction of human life at all times and under all circumstan ces yet it declares that as reprehensl le as was the murder of Grand Duke Sergius it was not more wanton than the massacre perpetrated by the Rus sian government January 22 when thousands of unarmed men...

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. — 21 February 1905

v t i t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARy 21 1905 1 1 v te DR FENNERS t tAll Diseases of the i t Kidney kidneys bladder and 1 ney orinary organs t Also catarrh heart disease gravel dropsy AND mx rheumatism backache female trouble 1 r 1 Backache Cure ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fenner Be has spent lifetime curing just such cases as yours All consultations FREE Suffered for 10 Tears with I Backache and Kidney Trouble Omaha Neb Feb 41903 Dr M M Fenner Fredonia N Y Dear Doctor I have suffered for the past ten years with backache and kidney trouble and have tried a great many of + the most prominent physicians in Boston t and Omaha and all the patent medicines 1 a l I I heard of in hope of receiving relief a Finally seeing your ad I purchased a c bottle of your Kidney and Backache Cure t 1 I wish to thank you for the benefit jI received for after using only two bottles 1 1 I am entirely cured having no pain or...

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. — 21 February 1905

v N t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1905 f Co C Goodman Geo Arnsperger STANDARD CLOTHING COMPANY THIESEN BUILDING We Are Making Great I Preparations for Spring and this means I m thing to yo We gave J ur customers good service this a Fall part we were not near 25 wfil prepared for business l Jen as we are avo We have 1 the exclusive agency for the fol ijvnng weRtkatwa brands of i goods StelnBloch Clothes i Paragon Pants Yeoman Pants Monarch and Cluett Shirts Johnson Murphy Shoes Ed V Price Bl Co B Stern Co Merchant Tailors We are positive that your tyes and good jtUIgMORt will at on co coHvtece you of the excel en > o of our ercha4fae and i the iairaess oC our prices Standard Clothing Co THIESEN BUILDING Daily Toilet Service 100 per month This gives you a hand some combination Comb i Brush and Towel case I Mirror FiDe Toilet Soap I and one clean towel everyday I 1 day For lit a month I you are given two clean towelo daily The Star Steam Laundry I 19 E Garden S...

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. — 21 February 1905

b 11 t C THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUEDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1903 fct itbt enjIfDla Jonfnat m Daily Weekly Sunday I t I PUBLISHEDEVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 1 I BY t 1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY r I FRANK L MATES PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAQKB f 1 ti 1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES t i v one Tear 1 One Month 45 I I Six Months 2 50 I I One Week 10 It Three Months 1 25 Weekly Edition yearl 00 j Papers on Sale at all News Stands i I i THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED S CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED b Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street TELEPHONE No 38 I PENTSACOLtA FLORIDA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21 15oi 4 j AN OLD SCARECROW GAIN ON DUTY We had begun to think it was about II time for the widowandorphanand Jaboringman scarecrow to be hung p < Y out by the railroad interests as an ar gument against any ratemaking legis II lation by congress As If In answer to these thoughts we find in the week ly letter of Henry dlews Co dated i February thafollowlng on ...

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. — 21 February 1905

KjjuaUyT T wl tdy yy5 i I c i t i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1905 GREAT BATTLE OF THE COAST > I y PILOTS IN WASHINGTON Have Won for Present Session at Least PROBABLE HOWEVER THAT PI LOTS WILL LOSE OUT WHEN NEXT CONGRESS CONVENES AND VOTE IS TAKEN Washington Post Feb 13 A longdrawnout controversy before Congress over the compulsory pilot ape laws of a few Southern states seems now nearing an ond Recent ly after a fight that he has conducted t ever siace entering Congress Repre sentative Ltttlofield secared a favor able report from the House Commit te oa Merchant Marine and Fish eries OB a Mil removing discrimina I tions against American sailing res sals Over twenty years ago Con dross exempted steam vessels in the coastwise trade from the compulsory eapkiyraeat of State pilots when com I manded by a pilot duly licensed by the United States inspectors of stream veeseL Sailing vessels have been struggling against the advantage al leged to be most unfair ever s...

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. — 21 February 1905

I 1 l < 1 i a l TI t TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1905 AAAA A L A A A r v v Y v r I SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS f t Mw w wM By MISS E NELLIE BECK C Telephone No 669 WvWVftAAAV > A < VVWSAV C Rr MISSES BOYERS CHARMING i WEEK END PARTY t Miss Flossie and Miss Georgia Boy t er entertained a charming weekend house party in their lovely home on the comer of 9th avenue and 13th street during the absence of their pa rents They were delightfully chape roned by Mrs E M Luske of Chi f C gO M Their other guosts were Miss Edith I Luske Miss Alma Esmond and Miss w Lillie Williams from Friday anti last evening + A NEW COMMANDER It A new commander for the revenue cutter u Penrose Gerard Boone Bry an arrived Monday morning The young man who is a large and band It some chap for his age is supposed r to serve a twenty one year appren h ticeship under his father Lieutenant 9 i J L Bryan But that is merely nom inal as he has already assumed com mand and has had the first Lieuten ant walking the t...

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. — 21 February 1905

I t I I I l I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORfrlNG FEBRUARY 21 1905 7 r A I AA A AA A AAA A AAAAAAAA AA The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements t OnecentaMord each insertion x NO advertisement taken for less than 2Sc X Special rates by the month Avww v v 9 A AAA A AA AAAAAA k FINE TIMBER LANDS ARE BETTER THAN GOLD MINES 4 We have some heavily timbered tracts on our list that will prove better investments than gold mines Lumber is bound to advance at a rapid rate with the greatly in creased demand for commercial and railroad uses be eWe the enormous amount that will be required annually for use on the Panama canaL We Solicit Correspondence From Parties interested Pensacola Investment Co A H DALEMBERTE City Manager W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON SecV J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla WANTED a nrLnnruhflWtW kr r tflJfl W WAXTEDTo buy young strong horse to be used on farm Address all letters to H Brise 21 Wes...

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. — 21 February 1905

1 t y Li THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1905 h J A Dollars Worth for a SI Theres Exquisite I f Harmony I Ii between our hats and the v < f 1 prevailing modes of dress We get the first hints of Fashions whispers direct from the stylesetting centers And It is the I trustworthiness of these I hints that enable us to 4 soil you hats that are absolutely correct hence you take no chance of f j buying an uncertain or Fl antiquated style when you p I make your purchase here 1 STETSON DUNLAP NONAME YOUNG BROS P b See New Spring Styles John White Outfitter to Men and Boys I I 205 207 S Palafox I Phone 225 I MARKETS It Pensacofe Cotton Alarket Furnished by C Gunter Elmore F ItI O B Broker I Pensacola Fla Feb 20 1905 1 J Good middling 7 Strict middling V Middling 7 I Strict low middling 7 316 Tinges and stains to lower Naval Stores Market hv Savannah Ga Feb 20The naval 3 stores market closed today as fol lows i t WW 5 15 WG 5 00 N 4 75 t SI 4 50 a to K ees ee 4 05 I eees e...

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