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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 6 January 1905

3 1 V J > r 0 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1S05 i is E 0 VJ v RC s 1 Delightfully stimulating no after effect Thats what i ji r those r r who use it say about I I Old 5 QuaKer 11 G y > Rye j i fermented under conditions d f absolute cleanliness and in perfect temperaturesredistilled in copper aged in charred oak A ripe mel I low old whiskey To get it < Phone 16 Lewis Bear Co Vu 404408 PalafHT St and 210 Main St Pensacola Ela YOUNG MEN RESOLVE TO I EQUIP THE GYMNASIUM VERY ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT AND Y M C A HOME WILL NO DOUBT BE EQUIPPED AS A RE SULT Tbe Twsiaoss and professional men who hue contributed so liberally ic tile f1l1Mi for the erection of the hand swae Iwwe for the iPensacola Young Meas Christian Association and al the friends of this movement will be pleased to know that the young met themselves are now planning to do their share to make the Pensacola Y Make Your Own Ice Cream There has juet been placed In all the rroccry Wres a 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. — 6 January 1905

1 i 14 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 l J 3 H PEOPLE nd EVENTS I 4 i Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come s and any n W omen and Society Here and Elsewhere 4 1 t Y i v Y3o > > 31 > vti tu t o oj 4Acr it c ci < lc < < < < < < tI rC1 = < < < cc i Ci4Y < < f > t f < oJ < c c cic c c BY MISS E NELLIE BECK Telepho ne 669 I GOLDBACHBELL There was a quiet wedding at 7 oclock Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs Bell 609 North Eighth avenue when their sis ter Miss Annie A Bell and Mr Vic tor Goldbach were married Rev Frederic Jones pastor of the First Baptist church officiating The bride is a daughter of the late Rev Mr Bell of Warrington Fla and the young people have the best wishes of all their friends for a long and happy married life 4 THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY The Ladies Benevolent Society of Temple BethEl met Thursday after ° Boon and unanimously reelected ail the officers as follows I President...

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. — 6 January 1905

Jj I a 4 I THE PENSACOLAiJOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 1 I 0 r LET t < YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU IF YOU HAVE MONEY EARNING LESS THAN 8 OR 10 PER CENT NET WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR z LIST OF RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY x 7 y IN PENSACOLA EARNING MORE THAN THATIN i ADDITION TO WHICH THERES A BIG INCREASE AS i TSURED < IN THE VALUE OF THIS PROPERTY I Pensacola Investment Co W H KNOWLES Pres RB SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas I REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS I 215 S Palafox S t Pensacola Fla Em I z This is i Want Ad > 3 > I I Season SpeniJ 25 or 50 cents for a want ad and it may yielS j many dollars Try it i 1I i i r B I MARKETS Spirits Up Again The Savannah News of January 4 says The naval stores market open ed the poetlioKday season yesterday with a R advance of prices la both ranches Spirits opened firm at t 49c the closing price of Saturday ad closed steady 9 at 50c The sales at the opening were 30 casks and at rhe close St but in the...

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. — 6 January 1905

i f s I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY ° MORNING JANUARY 6 1905 Jot < HEAVY FINES IMPOSED BY JUDGE EGGS t PARTIES INDICTED BY GRAND JURY FOR GAMBLING PLEAD c GUILTY IN THE CRIMINAL COURT AND ARE SENTENCED TOTAL FINES AGGREGATE 2 85000 Twentyone men Indicted by the rei CEnt grand jury for keeping gambling rouses and for gambling went before Judge Beggs of the criminal court yes terday and entered pleas of guilty to the charges against them There are still quitea number who were Indicted who have not yet appeared before the court and it is understood that these will go to trial and fight the case in the courts Upon delivering sentence Judge Beggs stated that he understood that gambling had been going on in the city since the indictments had been in de and that he would impose a > noL for the reason that he understood that each and every one did not in tend engaging in the business again but if any one of the men ever ap mearedbeore him again that he would tmpose a Jail sentence in...

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. — 7 January 1905

1 I I 4 4 f i < + t ic f f iHHH a > w f ct Jgt 4 t yWWeather Fair light to i i The Journals Telegraplr 1 fresh northwest to north be Service is furnished Tlie i 11 1 a ervtce1S UrtUs e by e mj winds high Tides 10il p low m f 926 a i t i 5ps Associated Press Jft 3I v VY tl1vvv r > 3 > T ft 4 K x t ort = VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 NO6 HEAVY BOMBARDMENT A T THE FRONT BELOW MUKDEN I Big Guns in Action and the Firing is ConstantReport of Sinking of Rojcstvcnskys Flagship Denied at St Peters burg Report of General No ft I GEN STOESSEL TO RETURN VIA JAPAN The Russian Press De clares Peace Talk is Absolutely Useless JI I j IDEA OF ENDING THE WAR IS ABHORRENT I HORRENT AND WOULD BE A DISGRACE TO RUSSIA JAPJ I SINK RUSSIAN SHIPS AT POR1 ARTHUR RAT SKINS USED FOR EAR MUFFS Qkus Headquarters Jan 6During UK ast three days the bombardment is 4 Vca the heaviest in six weeks I for two days following the fall of port Arthur hardly a shot was fired tat sinc...

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. — 7 January 1905

K f i ti + i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY CORNING JAr XR7 1 g > 1 q i = j WHOLE STATE INTERESTED IN SUBJECT OF GOOD ROADS L DUVAL COUNTY 1S READY FOR I f GOOD ROADS TRAINVOLUSIA I TO THE FRONT WITH READY 4 CASHINTERESTING CORRES 1 PONDENCE Jacksonville Times Linton lam glad to see the county com missioners of Duval county ready toj take up the good road work when the government roadbuilding train arrives here next week aid Hon A S Mann state organizer of the National Good Roads Association to a reporter of the TimesUnion yesterday I At the same time said Senator i Mann I want to tell you and through I theiTimosTJnion to toll the people of I Florida what is going on in other parts of the state All Are Interested I spent several days in Tallahassee I witnessing the inaugural ceremonies I which afforded an opportunity to see and converse with many Important citizens from nearly every quarter of II the state arid the words that one and all gave me in relation to the good roads sent...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 7 January 1905

r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 S c C Goodman Geo Arnsperger STANDARD CLOTHIKB GONPAMY TH1ESEN BUILDING t How About A Pair of oONeal Krippendolf ONeal Shoes 5 tr is the time to buy that Ta i oa have been thinking The best value we know i r 3 QUI money is the ICO Shoes at 5350 400 and 500 one pair and the next T ju buy will call for them j Y have the exclusive agency f sp shoes and if they Mere Bt we would not ask you to cy hem Oome see us Standard Clothing Co THIESEN BUILDING R K WHITE 4 Watchmaker Manufacturing Jwrtltf and Graduate Optician JO 8 PUfox Street Fensaeula Fla NOTICE ThE Journals Want Advertising has Increased to such an extent that it rri L eomes necessary to ran that camint of the paper on a strictly xuh basis The Want Advertising is rt ± 0 cheap and the accounts scat s id among hundreds of persons are ft 0 in themselves so small that the e p > IlSA of the bookkeeping and col leiinr for this department exceeds t its profits Therefore beginni...

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. — 7 January 1905

I L l p h 1 r c t TH > r PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATUBDAy MORNINU JANUARY 9 1 i 7 F J C bt j nj l 10 tn f 1 t f 1 BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY 1 fir I + FRANK L MAYES 1t r u President and General Manager t y MEMBER THEASSOCIATED PRESS ji Offices 108and 110 East Government Street V i TELEPHONE NO 38 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY One Year J Sir Months 5 0 0 II Three Months > a 2 50 ct One Month 1 25 1 pne Week 45 Y 10 I Pajpers on sale at all news stands V i PENSACOLA FLA JAN 7 1905 SOUTHERN FARMER LOVES WORK < BETTER THAN MONEY The Birmingham Ledger arises to the defense of the southern farmer and emphatically refutes the charge of laziness which has been made against him The instances cited in this connection should prove an object lesson to the average farmer which he Till do V well to profit by Says the Ledger Some people on the earth accuse us southerners of being lazy That only shows that they do not know us The life of the southern farmer is the plain est evidence that be ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 7 January 1905

4 J S t s I i 1 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING JAWUAKY y tom p I I Chicken and Oyster Gumbo i Spaghetti and Fish Chowder I 15 CENTS I TODAY = I 0 AT 5 P M These prices will prevail for the balance of the winter You are invited ROOM FOR THE LADIES ° I I I NICK APOSTLE lit 11 ANOTHER 500 I FINE IMPOSED ED LOUNDSBERRY WENT BE FORE JUDGE BEGGS AND EN TERED A PLEA OF > > > r GUILTY Judge Beggs yesterday Imposed an ther 600 fine in a gambling case which makes a total of 335000 which has so far been imposed upon those indicted recently by the grand jury Ed Loundsberry who was expected to enter a ploa of guilty Thursday but who failed to reach there with the others who pleaded guilty went be fore the court and entered his plea He was sentenced to pay a fine of c900 and costs or serve IS months at bard labor l This makes a total of twentytwo who have entered pleas of gulky to the charges of either keeping gamb hog houses or gambling and the total fines assessed amount to 335...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 7 January 1905

v 4 L f THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL > SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 i v < i i Triads of Motherhood j 825 Broad Street PHILADELPHIA PA June 12 1903 + I sullered for nine years with ovarian troubles making life a burden to myself aa well a > to my family During that time I had two miscarriages and although longed for a child to bleu our borne this seemed impossi ble I had constant racking bearingdown pains Jn the pelvic organs and a punter through my limb with frequent headaches I felt 81cJt at my i stomach and vomited frequently and no medicine helped me until I tried Wine of CarduL r Then my central health improved the pains gradually lessened and after IS weeks 1 was WelL I am noir the happy mother of a boy eighteen 1 months old and my husband joins me in Bending heartfelt thanks to you for your splendid medicine Without would have been a 4 r Lt childless instead of a happy Ki and weU mother CHATLAIY ST Aroaxwa ASSOCIATION t WINE JGlUIDUI Wine of Cardui is the most successful ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 7 January 1905

I I I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL l i y LET YOUR MONEY J WORK FOR You 4F YOU HAVE MONEY EARNING LESS THAN 8 OR l 10 PER CENT NET WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR LIST OF RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY c JN PENSACOLA EARNING MORE THAN THATIN 3 l DDITfQN TO WHICH THERES A BIG INCREASE AS URED IN THE VALUE OF THIS PROPERTY Pensacola Investment Co 4 W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN V P a M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla e8 roH i U g i Thss h i < Want Ad Ai > Season T Spend 25 or 50 cents f r1a t want ad and it may YlcJ L w many dollars 1 Try it I e 7 j tT < 4 I 1 I Jot a1 5 MARKETS OHalloran Coo Private Wire Ro i port i The following quotaUons are fur ribbed by OHalloran Co successors > the J W Moore Company 12 East I overament strbet being received ocr their private wire 1 New York Cotton Market New York Jan GThe ckwlng pu ce in the cotton exchange to day Y ere as fws Opening High Low Close Jan 686 i8 686 703 > ch...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 7 January 1905

r s J i I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATUKDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 < J ft TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE k 4 OF TWO nSHERMEM L V WERE CAUGHT IN GALE AND 4 OAT CAPSIZEDSPENT THE NIGHT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE UPTURNED BOAT AND WERE RESCUED BY STEAMER CAP TAIN FRITZ The experience of Captain Bernie Tonard and Fisherman Carroll who composed the crew of a small fishing sloop which runs out of Peasacola is I not one to be envied Those two men t after struggling in the water with an upturned boat finally succeeded in getting themselves safely on top of the upturned vessel but there they remained without any means of assis tance until they were nearly frozen and but for the timely arrival of the t steamer Captain Fritz bound for Pen sacola they would not be alive today I to tell the tale The sloop with only the two men on I board was bound for Pensacola with a cargo of fish when a severe gale was encountered This occurred Thursday night when the vessel was 5 miles up the sound The gale flame on unexpecte...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 8 January 1905

r i I 1j 11 Section Telegraph Service by j PAGES1t ts 1 to II r 0 D t ua v 1 77to Associated Press VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 8 1905 NOT = giE EBRA TE CHRISTMAS WITH RIFLE AND CANNON Russians Kept Up Hardest Firing mince Engmg9mnt at Shakhe for Two Hor JspnM Sutln No Damage and Rfudto Ittply MORE TROOPS TRANSFERRED At Port Arthur ana One Hundred and Fifty Officers Paroled GLOOMY CELEBRATION IN ST PETERSBURGMIKADO THANKS OFFICERS AND MEN FOR CAP TLRE OF PORT ARTHUR BLOCK ADE OF LIAOTUNG PENINSULA IS ABOLISHED ral Okas Headquarters via ftal Jan 7Tbe Russians began r n r stroas eve celebration by a fte ire at 18 oclock last even p T p artillery joined later and t < r lu hardest firing known since tt aakaA engagement for two Vc The firing covored the entire h Okras array The Japanese i nM no damage and refused to T i Mniply raoviag into their trench e < iid prtparing to repulse an attack > ra ± iiowever was not attempted V wee DO casualties among the Japa...

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. — 8 January 1905

t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORONS JANUARY 8 1905 1 THE PROTECTION OF ONE MILLO FAMILIES c NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COo f Els19C > 6 = 1I = < lB46r = JOHN A McCALL President BALANCE SHEET JANUARY 1 1906 r ASETS Government State City County and other bonds cost value 267062384 MARKET VALUE 5294309761 13 Company does not Include in Assets the excess 7247377 of market value of Bonds owned over cost i i t Bonds and Mortgages 413 first Hens t 23595105 Deposits in 489 Banks throughout the world at interest 515241793 17694110 Loans to Policyholders on policies as security reserve value thereof 50000000 35867475 Real Estate 23 pieces including 11 office buildings valued at 10940OOQ 13257500 Quarterly and SemiAnnual Premiums not yet du f reserve charged to liabilities 4086171 Premium Notes on Policies in force Legal Reserve to secure same 5500000 3331618 Premiums in transit reserve charged at Liabilities 2746326 Interest and Rents accrued 2469571 i Loans and Bonds market value 783565...

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. — 8 January 1905

ti 1 r tHE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 8 1t05 I Ie pr C Goodman GeoAmsperger tl < STANDARD CLOTHING CHUMMY THIESEN BUILDING 1 l < F 1 y 1 TBl CJZ I 4 trf y zS i A HE SEASON FOR FULL DRESS CLOTHES S NOW ON IN EARNEST EVERYTHING HERE FOR THE OCCASION Standard Clothi ng Ct THIESEN BUILDING 7 R K WHITE Wtchraker Manufacturing Jtwtltr and Graduate Optician JO B PiUfox Street Pen cuIa rat I f I o ft t THE WEATHER j < t TT stern FloridaFair con i yd cold Sunday Monday not so cold Light north 091 winds TIcLow 1003 a m Et > 3t p m i f if 4 ifTERSELY TERSELY TOLD > ngyn Ala News MiSs Adele r oi Pensacola was the guest = LAioile HaIrston last Saturday Mr Ed Loundsberry and Pcnsacola visited relatives in Li week 3si Mrs N I Mayes or Chat 5 Tena are in the city for a T 5ad they may possibly spend r11 tcHks here Mr Mayes Is a < n real estate man of Chat 5 Laviag been In business 1 over 31 years He Is very fa mpreseed with Florida and utc iMjrmenontly in the state z ...

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. — 8 January 1905

q v r Ai I IJ e THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 u > c L u t btJmj oliJtmtnaI t BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY FRANK L MAYES President and General Manager v J j d MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS > 1 Offices 108 and 110 BastGovernment Street 1 1 TELEPHONE NO 38 ii PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ti 6 One Year fi 500 i Six Months 20 f Three Months 1 25 i One Month f S 45 i One e Week Il 10 Papers on sale at all news stands 1 t PENSAXJOl FLA JAN 8 1905 J Post Office Records Attest The Pensacola Journals Circulation > A few days ago The Journal addressed an inquiry to Postmaster W H Northup In reference to the amount of secondclass matter newspaper on I which postage is paid sent out through his office for the year 1904 The j Information requested was for a statement of the total amount of such mat ter with the amount of postage paid on same and the amount enterel by Th3 Pensacola Journal with the amount of postage thereon Thefigures re ceived are decidedly inter...

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. — 8 January 1905

I t r w THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 8 1900 JIC i = 1 lr + + tle s I Q = i whiskey Ita qc l reIIs1 eifel o rk tyt1W i km mare to look i fmrti il everywhere yelllat w Na 11I Ii w i I bluthenthalbiekirt 11 b b aUa I r I OPERA HOUSE SIX NIGHTS SIX NIGHTS J Beginning MONDAY NIGHT JANUARY 9 1905 i Mabel THE CELEBRATED Paige I Stock Company Will appear at the above house for six nights beginning with a production of I The Little Stowaway Dont faH to go out and enjoy the elevating and wholesome amusement i that play and specialties will give you Miss Paige a favorite in this city ie evea more popular than ever and is surrounded by the most tnlont ed company of her career Popular prices will preralL Seats on sale at Goes Bookstore ALLEN G ML Professor of Law In Vander bilt University will deliver his lecture t Philfliephy Y of I Peter Porcupine i for the benefit of THE LIBRARY in i LIBRARY HALL MONDAY JAN I ° 9th 1905 at 8 p m Prof Hall Is one of the most olo J = = qtiont sp...

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. — 8 January 1905

f k t E t i f i1L THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1905 > Y I Tk Wizard of All Liver Midiclnes X Doziers Sitter ApptcI itfpr5 I Its the prophet that has honor at home Read what the people My RatUc burg Miss Feb 1 1904 Bitter Apple Bitters Co For mans months 1 Save been un able to do but little work no doubt you are aware ot this fact and two months of this time I was scarcely ableto walk spending at least 600 per month for medicine the expenditure of 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 resort which I did I am now saving 2600 per month on extra labor At the time I I commenced to use B A B I was so dizzy J could scarcely see and to take a purgative seemed to make matters worse but B AB put i this to flight and now I feel as well as I ever did All who doubt the wonderful effect of B AB let them try the same at my expense R C McKENZIE Agent Standard Oil Co It your druggist do...

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. — 8 January 1905

u = r p 4 L A THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY IvftNlNG JANUARY 8 1905 7 tb J e n Do You Want To Rent a House t I DO YOU WANT TO BUY ONE IF EITHER WE CAN I NO DOUBT FIND JUST WHATYOU DESIRE MONEY INVESTED IN DESIRABLE RESIDENT PROPERTY IS iI BETTER THAN BONDS AND BANK STOCK ASK I FOR OUR LIST OF PROPERTIES ALL MAIL EN QUIRIES ANSWERED PROMPTLY 1 Pensacola Investment Co fI11 W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN Y P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla r F Bargains In Real Estate We have a number of desirable lots on the East HIM Belt Line 40x135 which we can sell at 100 to lit per lot Ateo a few within a short distance of the car line at 50 We have some lots on the Park Line which we can offer at 60 each and a number near the car line at 85 each Those C WatsonCo I Leading Real Estate Agents I I U SHIPPING NEWS Cleared Yesterday Norwood Br ss Clark 1465 by nix L Robinson for Algiers and Leghorn tth lr42Sf016s itsawn limber v...

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. — 8 January 1905

1 c r T 4 r 4 4 Co THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 81905 4 > Kli r Embroideries i A lucky purchase of one thousand yards of Fine Embroideries enables us to place on sale Monday the best valuegiving Embroid eries we believe ever attempted nere in this city having bought them at < a special i price We affer them to you in the same way < 2O and 35c j Embroideries H Here Monday at e f lOcyard L I r Sixteen Bargain Pianos I On Terms to Suit Anybody We wish to close these out before taking inventory and have put prices I en them that surely ought to move 1 them all quickly l CHICKERING SQUARE PIANO t FanCY Case Was 75000 now I t 3500 I CETEY SQUARE lie Small size Splendid order 50 aAS POWELL SQUARE Good order 4500 GUILD SQUARE Small size 4000 JAMES L CO SQUARE I Fine order 5000 Terms on any of the above 500 down and balance 50c per week until 4 paid for Will be taken back and al low all paid on new piano All of the above are splendid practice pianos OUVIER I SONS UPR...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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