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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

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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. — 26 February 1905

j r 10 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNlNG FEBRUARY 26 1905 l ea r i I BEST ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST J H i 4 ANTEDILUVIAN RYE E i Genuine Edouard Pernod Absinthe and Kirschwasser Underberg Boonekamp Bitters t Original Drioli Maraschino f Bekmann Cos Russian Kummel Cederlunds Swedish Punch NED PALFREY t I 1 Southern Representative New Orleans La i J GQLDRING SOLE AGENT A PENSACOLA FLA J + + I A I With The MoneyMakers b What Is Being Done by The Journal Advertisers and Advertisers All Over the Continent with Some Good Ideas from Ad Experts Horse Sense D i it ever occur to you To put yourself in another Pollows place Have you ever thought ThJt if you were a merchant And had a big stock And people to pay OnSaturday nights And heavy rents < And other expenses f S Each and every day f And that when J Miss So and So J Or Mr Somebody t Solicited you for an v Advertisement in some V Useless programme Or urged you to f Buy some tickets to v Some worthy or i Worthless cause f And having blandly...

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. — 26 February 1905

R c THE PENSACOLA JOimNAC SUNDAY MORNING FE8PtUAPtV M 1U r FLORIDA NEEDS JAPANESE IMMIGRATION TO DEVELOP HER lATENT RESOURCES PRES GARNERS ELOQUENT PLEA president Jackson ville Board of Trade Makes Strong Ar gument A t r < gular monthly meeting of i aulle Board of Trade last ay night the following ad s C Delivered by President f E Garner and a resolution jjyvJ thanking President Gar j jo same and requesting that tl u juiished Aoamst Japanese Exclusion A 1 t recent convention of the 1 a an Federation of Labor held v Francisco a resolution was L u m rsia adopted favoring the ex r a r T Japanese on lines similar present law excluding Chinese > i vent ion voted not only in fav o hiding these Mongolians from t mred States proper but also r very insular possession lap iae the influence that a resolu adopted by the American Federa f Labor will have upon congress vans that organized labor in every li and in every portion of tai 1 is committed to use its influence votes to carry such a...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

I Y n THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY F tKG FEBRUARY 26 Iv1 f II > > K tIoM JVdr1AlV1l l AA1 lw w > > A n 4 0 0 000 Or y N IV VI nn JVIiIMio1 y Y SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS t SeeR 9 Heard amid Done Among > Those Who Go Come and Tarry s By MISS E NELLIE BECK X Telephone No 669 s v vO > AWVVWWWVW < AAAI < V A DELIGHTFUL DANCE r IN C K OF A HALL The younger set of Jewish society enjoyed a delightful dance Thursday night in C K of A Hall the first of the series Wyers orchestra furnish ed excellent music and eveyhody danced till 12 oclock whon they ad 1 journed to a prominent restaurant where a delicious menu was served Those present were Miss Esther Guggenheim Miss Bertha C Lichten Miss Lillian L Jacoby Miss Theresa Jacob Miss Rein Cahn Miss Leah Cahn Miss Fannie Berlin Miss Fan F me Waggenheim Miss Bertha Levy i Miss Lola Menko Miss Kate Cash man and the chaparones Mr Herman r Berlin and Miss Teresa Stone Also Mr Joe Stone Mr Martin I Monko Mr Clarence M Frenkel Mr ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

c l c = Ti EENC JOUHHAL WNOA t INGEsJA RYI1 lJ 1S Yo i 3fifc > c > a < w 1 mJjJi lderY1 fc I r 0 and ISt Embroidery ely firii1 dedethe rd c 5 nts t c Silk J + py 16mcihFastlBl Ciitttt C G 1 a irrahted kind a Si 25 1 luejlEere at i ti 1 c thjgjyard a j r > r I ftfiehch I Suiting j Tench < ISuiting 36 hes wide a30c Iue her ti at + r + 19 cents iwy c 1 f j Dress c i J Gingham tit 6 cents ne case Fine Dress a g ham worth 10 cents dJ our price 6 cents 71 c Drapery Fine Pacific Drapery the kind you pay Kc yard for here at 7 J cents I 1 ILPA TREES IN FLORIDA E TIMBER THRIVES IN PATE AND THE EVER LANDS ARE PARTICU LARLY ADAPTED TO IT Y As Gw Napoleon B Broward and ffteterai members of the cabinet ac ompaaied by former Gov W S Jen k4 aisgs have beea investigating the Everglades qi the canal work along j the east coast of Florida the following 4 artick iNtblHfced ia the February num ber ol ArbwicHltBPe will be of inter est Special Advantages 1 The special effort of this paper i...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

n I 0 t 14 THE ENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 26 1905 7 1 I PEOPLE and EVENTS y Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come x and TarryWomen and Society tiere and elsewhere 3I > > > t > > A iIO 4 < t 7 < < Co JJ 1JJ tJJ u = ca oi < Tt < fiIa 7 7 < faura f BY MISS E NELLIE BECK < r Telephone 669 Contined from Twelfth Page = broach set with pearls and Miss Quina won gracefully presenting it to Miss Han way the honoree Mr Simpson Reese won the gen Uemans first a silver mounted cork screw Everybody cut for the conso lation a gold stick pin which Mr R H Turner Jr won and at once pre i sonted to Mrs Turner i a Mrs C H Turner won an Indian i feather duster an a leather case and Mr Frank Whiting a calumet a big I Indian pipe tied with yellow ribbon I for the lowest scores Mr and Mrs Merritts guests were I NIss Minnie Hanway Miss Patti Golden Miss Mamie aSerritt Miss Berta Hyer Miss Marie Sullivan I Miss Louise Quina Miss Annie Baars Miss Elise C...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

K W JI r I ll i L J t I t s THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1905 0 1S r K r < < H g a t a 1i r I r AMUSEMENTSPLAYS r i 7td t t > ttA r r < r I i cr j PLAYS PLAYERS k AND GREEN X 4 ROOM GOSSIP kw I > > 9 > > v i t1it1r r r ir s IY = 1 t m M MR WALKER WHITES1DE I Who is to play David Garricks Love at the Opera House Tomorrow Night WALKER WHITESIDE XI oady here ME great interest man I r v < d in he fertitoemtaf production f David Gwrrtcks Lw by Mr Wal j4I VhitreMte ta this city Probably n nfl it ir role la which Mr White bide has appeared feg be bees afford el stch iieB4Kd epportttaity for the cii par of his ae artistic ability David Gwricks Love is am Eng isu mn o 1 oC cMed merit in it Mr WhitesaAe portrays another actor iHJt H Piirity x i above everything dis i if > tinguishes Schlitz beer S from the common p J j Theres a difference t of course in the barley r 5 It the hops the yeast w i it We use ths costliest i materials J We age the b...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 26 February 1905

1 I I I 11 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING EBRUARY 26 1905 N A > = 1 s a THE o a s r t m c > o 3 GREA T J + r f 0 p i R SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALEf I 0 1 I 0 > r OF J 1 f Clothing and Shoes Mens and Boys I 1 4 Underwear Hats Caps and t JA Furnishings 1 0 If BEGINS ON MARCH 6 8 OCLOCK AND CONTINUES FOR 15 DAyS Y i f We Have DeternJined t MakeThis the Greatest t Offering of Good CIlan Merchandise the T People of West Florida Have Ever Had E S an Opportunity to Purchase 4 lCihil 1Cl t i u1i1rIl1lu3I y U 11 1 N q V T 1t h 0 h 11 s MM > > > > > > n 00 0 n J f I i Clothing Department iI at One lot of Mens DoubleBreasted Fine Blue Flannel Suits sterling make worth regular 1250 this sale 900 r e One lots Mens Best Slater Flannel Suite worth 1000 this sale 775 One lot Good Fancy Cassimere and Fancy Worsted Suits our 1000 quality for 675 All of our 1250 Suits for 975 < < All of our 1500 Suits for 1275 Our entire line of 1800 Suits comprises t the very swel...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 28 February 1905

> Jt t > > Q J j JU Latest llegrapJhlnc News ervfce = JpJ J1engrt1 aJl1l c mest ll c = = JPJ11rll11n Jhtedl by The Associated Jte 1 f r EATHERo Fair Tuesday vad I 3 t VEA winds becoming fresh westx a Q Journal Want Ads NIl i criy t On cP7 1 Increase Your Business VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1905 NO 50 JUDGE S WA YNE ACQUITTED ON ALL TWELVE CHARGES Heaviest Vote for Impeachment Was Upon Articles Charging Cer tification of False Claim for Expenses and Improper II Action in the ONeal Contempt Case NO DISCUSSION OF THE CHARGES The Whole Time Being Spent Taking Nec essary Twelve Ballots SHEST VOTE FOR IMPEACH MENT WAS 35 AND LOWE ST AGAINST WAS 47LARGER VOTES LARGELY ALONG PART LINESDETAIL OF VOTE UPON THE VARIOUS ARTICLES Associated Press By 2iThe senae WasbingtoL Feb tmpeacbme the hn > > eNeEHl t ay condaded Charles Swane by a J at of Judge made mac charges all11hIE him on ting of impeac articles ainst him ill the by the house 1 n preeRte1i dis...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 28 February 1905

t I I 7 V C r i Y t Iv i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL f r I e 1 e i THE BIG STORES I I < GREAT i SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE I I u OF 8 1 1 I Clothing and Shoe MenS and Eoys 3 Underwear Hats Caps and Furnishings I rl BEGINS ON MARCH 6 i OCLOCK AND CONTINUES FOR 15 DAYS t Ji j h We Have Determined to Make This the Greatest tI s Offering of Good Clean Merchandise the People of West F Have Ever Had an Opportunity to Purchase 9i Clothing Department 3 One lot of Mens DoubleBreasted Fine Blue Flannel Snits sterling make worth regular j 4 1250 this sale 900 One lots Mens Best Slater Flannel Suits worth 1000 this sale 775 aE One lot Good Fancy Cassimere and Fancy Worsted Suits our 1000 quality for 675 All of our 1250 Suits for 975 X All of our 1500 Suits for 1275 Our entire line of 1800 Suits comprises tho very swellest designs inFancy Worsteds Cassimores Cheviots and Granite Cloths that a have been shown this season and are strictly 4 j uptodate in every particular We offer yon ti your pick of o...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 28 February 1905

k r r e 0 i l J THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING1 I l MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1903 4 CC Goodman Geo Amlperger tI STANDMD CLOTHING COMPANY THIESEN BUILDING Give Us i 1 Your Order We have 500 yards and a quarter samples on display in our store from the wellknown firm of ED V PRICE CO Dont send away for yonr Clothes when we can give you a better fit better quality better workmanship at less money than any Chouse coming in for YOUr orders WE ARE HERE and if anything is not just as it should be we are ready and wil ling to make It right but if you give it to the other fellow be is not here and you will be out MATCH US IF YOU CAN t Sri ndlrd Girthing Ct9 THIESEN BUILDING I i H HHHBHWI BRADFORDS EVAPORATED c > i FlA Makes the finest Soups and Gumbos Sold by all leading grocers 5 cents per box THE LEWIS BEAR CO Wholesale Agents Pensacola Fla Il K WHITE WaUhmakcr ManuV cturIng Jmnvftf and Graduate Optician II C8 Piltlox Street Pensacula FIi I TERSELY TOLD The friends of Rev T J Davis wil...

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. — 28 February 1905

i I I ci I1 J THE PENSACOL JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1903 tJ I 1 i t Jenjliola lontnat Daily Weekly Sunday y d PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I BY c THE JOURNAL COMPANY j 1 K FRANK L MATES PBEBIDBXT AND GENERAL Maoz I i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j jf I SUBSCRIPTION RATES II One Year 5 00 One Month 45 j Six Moxiths2 50 I v One Week7 10 I Three Months 1 25 Weekly Edition yearl 00 Papers on Sale at all News Stands I II THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICHA DETAILED CIRCULATION STATEM ENT CAN BESECURED I I I Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street 1 TELEPHONE No 38 I u PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1905 If the practice of chloroforming men r when they become useless should be adopted Chauncey Depew would be a firstclass subject to begin upon II Well have to find another name for Bleedin Kansas since she has under taken to mop the earth with Mr Eockefollors Standard Oil octopus Up in Minneapolis they have 1as I skates We have never seen a glass I skate bu...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 28 February 1905

f h t J c fI l THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FfelRUARY 28m3 c l Martin Baldwin I I L i 01 < 7 l fSPames Celery Compound t 4 Makes Nerve Force I 3 > c Nerve Force rules the world Healththe satisfaction of livingis the r right of every man and woman born into the ty world r Health is a question of keeping all the organs ef the body working together in fine smooth harmony The force that rules them a11that makes them work as nature meant and makes them keep in harmonyis Nerve Force Without Nerve Force there can be no health at allno successno joy in living The center of life is in the nerves The real root of health or sickness is found in l the condition of the nerves Neglect the nerves and they will make you reel this neglect in many ways they control all of the organs of the body and must be kept health and strong to do their work properly tired nerves cannot keep the organs of the body working in that harmony which is essential to real health X This is why Panes Celery ...

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. — 28 February 1905

Ary I 7 t 1It4 LTi 1 u 1Y 1 ljQ r j l T t tJ r c Tc SI d > r > t > > > 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1905 t t L1 PEOPLE IInd EVENTS f J Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come I I and TarryxxWomen and Society Here and Elsewhere 1 1I J > vyo y dO < < i E r J p M M t Y JyyypyvJ i 7I tC otr iir7 X r7 KJ Ir X < < 1 BY MISS E N ELLIE BECK Tetepho tie 669 I SPENT SATURDAY M DE FUNIAK There was a morry party of young I people who spent Saturday in De Funiak making the trip in a special car and captivating everybody by I their good humor and general jollity In the special were Misses Flossie 4 and Georgia Boyer Miss Edith Luske Miss Lillie Williams Miss Alma Es mond Miss Amy Briggs Misses May and Minnie Eva Burton Misses Nell and Ida Richards Misses Ella and Bes sie Jones Mr John Jones Miss Eu nice and Mr Frank Rogers Miss Os cie Ciubbs Miss Mary Morgan Miss Hilma Green Miss Florence May 1 Marston Mr Isham Harris Miss Clyde Roberts Mr ...

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. — 28 February 1905

t V 4Fz jr 13 I i h < J THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAYryORNING I > FEBRUARY 28 1905 nu 7 I A WAAV y V 4iJ JV + y Ao NMI NAV M y fVrt I t The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements t I OnecentKord each insertion A No advertisement taken for less than 25c X Special rates by the month vv V > J > AAA T I = IN T W A 1 Truck Gardening For Pensacola d There are thousands and thousands of acres of fine t trucking land within easy access to Pensacola that will produce in abundance splendid crops of almost every thing in the vegetable family These lands on our list s can be had at what in a few years would be considered 1 giving away prices and afford a golden opportunity to the industrious man who will begin truck gardening for supplying Pensacola and shipment to northern markets We Silicii Cirrespindtnci From Parties Intinsttd Pensacola Investment Co A H DALEMBERT City Manager W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON SecV J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INV...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 28 February 1905

g JlUJy i in l 7 t jI > tt > < = j f I 4 t f s THE PEN ACOLA jOURNAl TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 19Q r A Dollars Worth for a Si Wheres the Man that Ever Had Too Many Shirts We have shirts and shirts but all good shirts shirt that are reliable ana worthy In every detail and genuine value for tha price asked And theres only one price here to all Every article marked In plain figures and the man with a dollar gets his dol lars worth same as the man with fifty dollars Theres true value in our MANHATTAN SHIRTS 150 Our 100 Shirts are the best in the land i John White Outfitter to Men and Boys 205x207 S Palafox Phone 225 MARKETS Pensacola Cotton Market Furnished by C Gunter Elmore F I OB Broker Pensacola Fla Feb 27 1905 I Good middling 7 Strict middling 7 Middling 7A y Strict low middling 716 Tinges and stains to lower g Naval Stores Market Sarannah Ga Feb 27The naval stores market closed today as tot lows 5 15 IV G 6 00 N 4 75 M 4 60 4 K 4 05 I 3 50 II 3 25 i C 2 95 F 290 tE E 2 ...

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

e c Jf < c r t Latest Telegraphic News Serv n e = = lP r igm 2I111ld Do irnesttfl = = FitiiriniIsIlied by The Associated 1P1res I T FATHER Fair Wednesday and I YThursdayt light and variable Journal Wmnt Ads IV r winds t 8 utn I t I O Increase Your Bus i ss i VOL YIII = PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 1 1905 1 51 Ti KUROPATKIN FORCED TO I RETREAT TO TIE PASS Advises Emperor that Position on Shakhe River is Menaced to Such Extent by Japanese Successes as to Necessitate immediate Withdrawal of His Army r f DISASYER1JF THE r FIRST MAGNITUDE t Believed to be Inevi table Contemplat ed Move is Un dertaken RETREAT IN FACE OF ENEMY WHEN ARMIES ARE GRAPPLING IN GENERAL ENGAGEMENT WOULD BE EXTREMELY HAZ ARDOUS BUT MAY BECOME NECESSARY i TERRIFIC FIGHTING ON THE SHAKHE RIVER ENGAGEMENT BEING IN PROGRESS ALONG THEJ WHOLE LINERUSSIAN PUBLIC I BELIEVES THAT KUROPATKIN R HAS BEEN DEFEATED i J By Associated Press II St Petersburg Feb 28 The Asso I ciated Press bears from a high source t...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 1 March 1905

I n i r IL1II k f Ii 10 t THEPENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 11905 I The fledicine That Cures REiOOELA May 11 1903 Wino of Card at absolutely docs care stele women I consider it tho most valuable medicine and it1s the cheapest core any sick woman can use as it takes as a rule only a few botues to effect complete sn lasting cure I especially recommend it for ntcrhm ororAri troubles inflAmmation and ulceration painful profuse or scanty menstruation and it is a most valuable adjunct to use during the gesUtire period insuring easy childbirth and speedy recovery I t It should hare place in every home as it is a true 1 friend to wife mother and maiden and I most heart ily recommend it 9ftB Wurxm AKD LXCXCKXB Dr Mrs Buchanan is an authority on the science of medicine and cer tainly appreciates the great work physicians are doing for the relief of suf ferers But this does not deter her from expressing Her views in praise cf Wine of Cardui h r Mrs Buchanans high intelligence and lo...

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 March 1905

h 1 jjJ I I w cf THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 1 1905 f C C Goodman Geo Arnipcrger I STANDARD i SLOTHING COW ANY THIESEN BUILDING v 1 THE MARDI GRAS BEGINS MARCH 6 There Is going to be a genuine arrival of fun Irolic amuse i mentand some business We 1 2 e going to have a regular Car Laval Sale I Everything here for Men and I Boys wear We can give you I advantages that you cant get at any other shop Come see our Spring line of SteinBloch Clothes MATCH US IF YOU CAN I Standard Clothing Ci THIESEN BUILDING R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing 4rw ala + and Graduate Optician I t 1 10 B PaUfor Street Pensacola Fix TERSELY TOLD I W L Waller of Meridian Miss is among the visitors now in the city The Ladles Benevolent Society meets this afternoon In Temple Beth El at half past 3 ire and Mrs Myles Standish of Cincinnati Ohio are among the prom inent visitors in the city G L Rexer an oiler of the United States navy expired at the hospital at the navy yard yesterday after a liu f...

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. — 1 March 1905

> i I U j > C THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNJNG RARCH V1BOS N d 1i f y Jt Jtnlafola J fnalJ k J 1 Daily Weekly Sunday i r PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY t BY 1i THE JOURNAL COMPANY 1 J N PBAUK Ir MATES PBIKDEKT = AJro GENERAL MAXJLGXB ° C I t i I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES I I OneYear 5 00 One Month 45 I I Six Montis 2 60 I I 1 1 1 One Week 10 Three Monthe125 Weekly Edition earl 00 t Papers on Sale at all News Stands II I THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED t I Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street i l TELEPHONE No 38 i f PENSACODA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MARCH 11905 it t Gas Addicks has made the startling i discovery that he does not own the state of Delaware I Teddy will have a hard time of It i I Sledding whether the rough riders or a t detachment of negro troops shall lead l nr the Inaugural parade Both have been t mentioned for the honor II Wouldnt It be the Irony of fate 11 John D Roc...

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