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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 March 1905

< < IJ j f i 0 < utest Tellegraphnc News Servke = = JFoIlengni SlIt1ldl DOmtk = = FMraSlhied by The Associated Press S j TEATI Rr Fair Saturday and Sun pppI r ppp Journal Want s Will Y day north to northeast winds t 0 U tna i I j I AP flJB R7 I r jl Vr l l O increase Y a Business y I T 0 VOL VIII NO 61 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 11 1905 PRICE 111 t ENTS TOLSTOI WRITES LETTER I CONCERNING GOVERNMENTS In Which He Scores Russia and Declares Her People In a Hopeless State of Slavery NO G9VERNMENf LIKE RUSSIAS Advises Not Change in Government But Abolishment of Government PEOPLE IMAGINE HE WRITES THAT WHAT + IS DONE IN RUS 5lA IS DON l NtYIN RUSSIA WhILE THOSE < OF OTHER NA TIONS ENJOY PERFECT FREE COM Special to The Journal or in Mlarck IS count Tolstol < Tsia In a letter to the Times I I pia be published tomorrow 5 will say that he regards 4u inv ae Ritsetfta government but cc lnmMU ae intricate institu i > re < JLortifted by traditions and cus r for ...

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. — 11 March 1905

f 11 t < c f t J v < THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MOFtfJf f MARCH 11 1905 t j l j Ii 3 r < I < t J The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous j SURRENDER DREADED PEACE HOPED FOR Qpntlnuedrfrom First Page of des and guns have been cap s eeL a IDoMo March 10The Japanese t2Wp occupied Mukden at + 10 clock r r r 4alt morning 7hp Seginnlng of tlcETld 2 tI n Mferch 10The results cf the tsdceat flghtlng in bilaui4iuria have nade considerable of an impressjon in a dJpT0m tia circles here and even the jeosj sanguine J > > Russians have been I oed bcx Ldmit that the prospects for RussI > p success are djscousagjn S itl noln ft Russian calm of View it was 6ipeetecf that after the winter adf jaeseo the Russ tan rmlea reln r J toroeit ipoaia have afenged their re ed their fcfUen for t npq In fi scent Defeat has shattered Oit lbDo aWUt is generally believed hats aendloLthewardsnbt far die a i l uN Q isAAk i3 ANRlVERS t MJik d Majfih 1hJ1h9 Japanese ilast n1 1p ushdd up from the so...

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. — 11 March 1905

y 1 + T R + Y M 1 Th < r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 11 1M3 8 tp r i ioh wi wiWhich I Which Style of Dress Is the better for the boys char acter Which is the better taste for an American boy 10 wear Our Boys Clothing Depart ment is filled with the newest fashions but all on common sense lines Just received the swellest line of Boys and Childrens Clothing ever shown here Come see them MATCH US IF YOU CAN S THIESEIi UILD C C Goodman Geo Arnspehger r I Y tr r w4 7 w LESTER PIANOS have been favorites for a number of years Guar anteed for a lifetime A large line to select from Will gladly explain all the points of superiority of the LESTER They cost more than other pianos but they are worth more Very Easy Terms The Clutter Music House 114 S Palafox St J R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewel end Graduate Optician SC S PaUIox Streot Pensacola Fix TERSELY TOLD After several weeks illness Dr F M Tiugpea is able to be down town Rev S Y Pitts will preach Sunday at 11 a m...

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. — 11 March 1905

j 7 vT r t I t t I S I 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MOaNING MARCH 11 1905 e i tuttoI Joornal Daily Weekly Sunday J iJo Li L 0 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPTWON < t H t 1 BY Ij t THE JOURNAL COMPANY L 1 v FRAlK L HAYES PEKSiDzarr AND GEXKRAX MAKAQIB I I t r MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I SUBSCRIPTION RATES i 4 One Year 5 00 w One Month 45 J 4Six MonthsMi 2 50 I One Week 10 I i Three Months1 25 Weekly Edition yearl 00 r I Papers on Sale at all News Stands iI i I rHE THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED 1 CIRCULATION STATEM ENT CAN BESECURED r Offices 108 and 110 East Government Street I TELEPHONE No 38 p PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 11 1905 1 jA CARD FROM I ALDERMAN PRYOR 1 J The Jounal takesvpleasure ingiving tspace to the following card from Al erman IPryorc I r Pensacola Fla March 10 1q05 Editor Pensaopla Journal r < < From the editorial in your paper of tthls morning it appears that in my card published in yesterdays News I must have touched a sore pl...

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. — 11 March 1905

y 1 r 11I i I i J i I t THEPENSACOLA JOURNAL t SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 11 1905 l R I The Effective Remedy WASHCTGTOK IowA April 1 f I WII tronbled Ultras for orer year with eo scanty a flow that virtually suppression A heavy cold superinduced taw condition and nothing I could do seemed to help xne S CarduL The only effective remdy 1 ever found USA Wine of S thin two Weeks I felt the good eUeets or the med Icine and fter I had used 13 bottles hull I was as healthy sad Ny sister used ttw1 1e regulir at any wrtmnn could wish to be CPCCtin to become oherEdfonxd tbat1t made chndb1rtb a tttl1 eaBT 11d after tbe chnd wu born she complLra found kr tht U helped her to replA her atrcnEth s Gun Woxnrr ASBOCUZE Soxs 07 Txuraxurox wINEJcIRDVI Wine of Cardui cures nine ont of tei every cases of the disorders of menstroation These cures are permanent whether the trouble is complicated or not Wine of Cnrdui cures the sickness of young girls relieve the weamcss of adults banishes leucorrlw a headache...

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. — 11 March 1905

J C i x 1 f I a t f s i 1 J t < 0 > z THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL t t J i s J i t x THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF HOTDUP HAROLD f r i t rt P > 5THM HERE r rf 1pfeooaoooT ND COMES SJUJE 2 I B MIIUYUNAIRES1 l UN T > R t t I J t I t O ril t I I u 0 S TT c t of 1 1 LE i < r t 1 i < > Ir u IW o 4 i4 Itl E a o t t 1 a Tr r r ofE J n I c rI wcf NEW a Pp5F AU1 IT 2 l N D 11 t OAST 511lS I 00ME J I lL N f KEA p01tARS IG t HAUL o kr HERE C f1 I t 4 I + 1 j 1 L < i 1t r i n L 0 I 4 TV J 4 1i 1 bttkNY GPTES GIVE S4oD0 Itl Pu 0 r t i I t r 1 r i 7 r a 1t t t r l ii Ii I r Ii J YI = 0 J j > TI1 C 4 1 n 1J WELL W f tl I f Y NlM 000 w p ER TtiK r > l c A YEAR Or T ri I S Y i rwElt A r00D VALET rr lS WORTH iT ak w fj w r r 0 Y f I I t 0 0 I FOUR I A rui TLTT a J I nE SUtE t 0 j1 I If HeY thfrfc Aes a je j > She She certainlyIB act to het way Sr r r 9 JIt ill I f 4 1 S r J 1 I I TPv 1 rtY IRS T o UnA w W w 0 t JR y 1 1 r 5tlPR 1 l AtG IS 4 1 > t f 1 I d I U a i t USS1A A15C R F ...

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. — 11 March 1905

± r k V 1 r r i > 4 t c i I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MQRNINGJJV1ARCH 11 i905 I 4 S y YVTV A v T a I A A A V A S VO > TTyTv v nfvvvirvvv vvwvvyvyvv gv v v y y M 9 A V 11 I The Journals Classified Cash Advertisement OnecentaK each insertion x No Advertisement taken lorloss less I AIYo www AAA A A than 25e I i Specialrtes by the month A ASAa A a a s a a a a A sasass s i I An Opportune Investment I For Idle Money g Or for Money Not Earning More Than Eight or Ten Per Cent n On East Hill car line beautifully situated TEX LOTS uated overlooking the bay 2100 On North Hill near car line overlooking UIUE LOTS n II looking the bay A BARGAIN with payments to suit purchaser w 4000 Pensaeola Investment Co A H DALEMBERTE City Manager W H KNOWLES Pres P B SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN h P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla lVANTED WLrJLr r trW t nfl TEDA small cottage on bay nore near town either furnished untarnished Will rent for si...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 March 1905

i 2 a > c t 0 F nt y o 1 f < < i A T > < n I 42 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 11 1905 i x I A Dollars Worth for a S1 4x s 1 r Crossett Shoes i For Men M Make Lifes a I r t f Walk Easy f 4 They are built with the double idea of comfort 4 j and wear Ever worn a a pair If not and you k would be perfectly com fortable in your shoes I you will let your next Ii pair be t Crossetts t 3 350 4 1 I a i jl i John White I Outfitter to Men and Boys I 205207 Palafox i I Phone 225 I MMHHKM I f J MARKETS r r A Pensacota Cotton Market Furnished by C Gunter Elmore P J O B Broker r Pensacola Fla March 10 1905 Good middling u 71116 J w Strict middling 7 716 Middling 7316 Strict low middling 6 a Tinges and stains S to lower I Naval Stores Market 1 Savanna Ga March 10 The naval stores market closed today as fol t 1 lows VW 615 0 L VG 5 00 I N 4 75 M 4 60 Vy4 it s 4 05 I R 50 H 30 t ° G 2 973k + F 2 921 I w E 2 87 rX X I I D 2821 C 2 771 2j Spirits Turpentine cents jT 1 OHall...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 12 March 1905

i i S k l a f 1 < journal Wnt Ads WHt v uifn 2nd Section f PAGES k 011 tna I6PASES 3 tournaI ast Your Nuslntss 79DA Y I Pages 9 tot 1 VOL VIII NO 62 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS < i I 31I > Jvlv 31 > v > A3 > t L 1t 3a3JY3v 3t v > 3p 1b 3 33 3 p 3 > v 33J IJv pv 3 > 1lVt J lfwrlCi7i 6t tr rro ItI r < iII Co < atl l < C i r fofr < iI7 iiZ4 t r < irtt ntt CI < tC fI ilf r I < nrno Jup > tIfr r 1 ay w r i L 7 > 9 < rn k t i Some Personal Recollection of Two Old Settlers r i > J ma = = > J 11r f 1 1h N 1 > m 1f sl Iarr r tI rm 1 1 no ii IJ V 1I > i 31V J3J v3J vV O3JVt Yv rV > y > 3 > 3 O 3J > 3J > V o31 a i vlIr rrt er < 41 ttrara4 t r trnrI it rttoa II t r tCIor trrftttJ c tt The DarkyHunting Hog ro mmBymm 4 u 3 > > > lrV 33J 3y 3Jy v3 3 v > 3J3 v = v > 31 P H h r = ftoI l trcT trctr oo r tirrrrr a rit7 i7t N B COOK l INCIDENTS IN CAMP HUNTING AND FISHI...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 12 March 1905

dv I I 1 C > I THEPENS COLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12 1905 d I reS SHifS Y t i t i 7 > 4 l 3l n r A Week of Fact and Fancy 1 AS TOLD BY i i I Fun and Folly in Florida 1 THE FLORIDA STATE PRESS i L h L > > iv IUv a1h11Yi1RY P it Prizes for Tarpon The prize for tarpon catches have ti been decided on by the proprietor of Hotel Royal Palm A silver spoon en graved with a picture of the hotel and t tie purpose for which it will be pre i 1 sented is to be given to the person landing the first silver king to weigh not less than 75 pounds A silver cup P IJ also suitably engraved in a like man ner with the spoon goes to the person landing the greatest number of tarpon t by May 1st A tarpon rod is to be awarded for the largest slIver king taken by May 1st All tarpon must I be caught in Caloosanatchee river and brought to the hotel dock to be a officially weighed and measured by Manager Clark Ft Myers Press Vagrancy Law Needed The Florida legislature at the ap proaching sessio...

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. — 12 March 1905

I I I r S THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12 1905 0 u 44er4 1 1 BEST ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST j i r ANTEDILUVIAN RYE i I i Genuine Edouard Pernod Absinthe and Kirschwasser i t Underberg Boonekamp Bitters t j Original Drioli Maraschino y 4J J Bekmann Cos Russian Kummel j Cederlunds Swedish Punch i I I i NED PALFREY i Southern Representative New Orleans La r A COLORING S i L SOLE AGENT X PENSACOLA FLA t > ttfMttttttttttttttttt + fftttttttMIMM MMM ft T With The MoneyMakers What Is Being Done by The Journal Advertisers and Advertisers All Over the Continent with Some Good Ideas from Ad Experts dir I An Advertising Thought The business man who waits for trade to open up and then catch it by j ivetUsing is like foe mill man who its until the rush of water comes i i then tries to put in his dam to I jr d it Put in your ad to be ready i J work up trade Gainesville Sun S The Reason Why It is a positive fact that every bus aess firm in Pensacola done more 1usiness during Carnival day...

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. — 12 March 1905

i j r 1 M f H > r I J 1 C Vii t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12r 190S 1 t AAS < AAAAA VVA A WWp t 7 v V + V < r V C SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS Seemio Head amid Donne Among TtaOS Wk Q COme amY 09 Tslrry tt By MISS E NELLIE BECK X Telephone No 669 l 9 f A AAAA A A A 6 A N VTTYvvvvvvv vIIYVN t WWWWWVSAA vv 111 w WSA WWV vv f 11 RUDE ADVANTAGES I 1 OF TEMPORARY LIBERTY 1 The record ot the recent Mardi i fc1 4 J Gras festivities is remarkably free from abuse but there are always a few people in every large crowd whose na l tural tendency to rudeness overcomes Y their sense of fitness AS one young girl and a party were proceeding homeward along Palafox Tuesday afternoon some one threw 1 e handful of confetti containing some hard substance that struck her in one i eye inflicting great pain that still con tinues and it is feared has injured it not destroyed the sight I I Monday evening a well dressed young man stationed himself on Pala fox a few doors above the custom ...

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. — 12 March 1905

y I I THE PENSACOUA JOURNAL UND f V 4 r I NEW YORK STATES BUSINESS GOVERNOR prink Wayland Higgins the new ex ecutive of New York Is sometimes re fpM to as the business governor IIe di 1 not enter the political field until P wd achieved notable success in business world and when he was T h to become a candidate for official nation he did not lay aside the JIilhods which had made him a man of J I TJT r 1v7Aja41 I EYE ILL It affairs in the business community Ho had acquired a reputation for the most scrupulous integrity in commercial matters and he carried his methods Into politics Governor Higgins was born in Rushford Allegany county N T IB ISM Ho was graduated from the Rtverview Military academy at Pough keepeie He lived in Michigan four yours but returned to his native state and settled at Olean lid has been a state aeaator and lieutenant governor I pttt anything used by Christians Tn sultans devotion to Trankish in itmnc especially to the bicycle and its immedfete successor the aut...

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. — 12 March 1905

c i L k < 1 14 THE PirACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MOKNINg MARC 12 19D5 c = 5HHHHWHHM T DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZES r STERLING SILVERWARE ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS CUTGLASSWARE4 < E 4 < i i Engraving and Fine Stationery I 1 t i Mail Orders i Receive Prompt Attention i p i E O Zadek Jewelry CoI I MOBILE ALA it IH 5iKS3 iSS itiiii3 t > J r < fc c l 1 E SOME 4 I By FLORIDA INCIDENTS OldrTimer I t t A DAZZLING CAMPAIGN FOR BRIGADIER i Irfthe I I J I GENERAL OF MILITIA Ocala Banner s H i iM7 w I h j The campaign of 1860 is remember ed as the most remarkable in the his f tory of the United States 1 I Alongside of it Lawsons articles on a Frenzied Finance are like mere cob f webs to real coils of amalgamated copper i The strenuous discussion of the I 1 slavery question led to a most critical it sectional tension The political dehatrp were most im passioned and were made by orators I whose personal feelings had been 11 I wrought up to a white heat I Compar...

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. — 12 March 1905

E f > v + 4 e jfifrj f rr 00 J n ip orItT O e < Co i > > i < 0 f 0 t 3TH f E ENSACOLA 1 JOURNAL ° 4 J 0 HOLDUP HAROLDGETS A SCARE NOT OES J Y SAY F C SONNY i 27 brc = = S eJ I = l r v G i Cu 1 1 a < a T SAYS 50 Q 1 DOI RS r 4 1 + V ± ili5 I ONE WEE Dw1 1 > EYRE ON ME TttA1L ME CRIMES 15 DISCOvEREDI oDE MU5T FLEE bw DE HOBO r ANY WAY1 7 1 4 A l I r A D 1 i > J < 11 f a u i DO t r 4 TWO DEY vE CJI FOtJERED Mc FtR NotES i 00 b r s o f o < < e 4 I1Jjb I Ai 4 < < 8 A S w j 1za V i CO 1lIHREE y < 4 < < SAr BOSS WY DIDN7 i < ER LET ME FINISH J d REAtbe l TS A ACTRESS S i MoD froRG DEXT1E ADvERSIS N FER 11 b t > 1 J f 77pJ1 r t 4 V l 4 y Jf yi rc E r < I i r1 j POUR i i j i i t y tc IB what battl boot oviteIt kliledy C last d e I think 11II P E l t L f 4 I J tc I 4 = y = 9 7 YE MARCS FANTASY f T V f < pT r EASILY OBTAINED t 1 HeShe gave currency to false rumorS > v i She Where did she get the currency j HeBy drawing on her Imagi...

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. — 12 March 1905

I w r k IT l r f I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 12 1903 1 b > M > > l Ybv L U 3L oC iiH H i i State Przss on Acquittal H J 1 U i of Charles Swayne tt lt iV 1 i ofJudge J lt = = 54aHi H ft t i HI TaItasaee Cltal f = j The HenuWfcran fea tty in the 1 h 1jiiite States Senate assetthe seal f Sits appwyaltupemolpofel graft The j I I acquittal otrJuflcegMispie by a parti i j I ciJtena bal admission 1 4 van vote a prtitf on his patttfciat the charges brought > < J against hIm were true is a backward i t II step The Senators concerned have T most signally faded to appreciate their opportunity to give force and i I discretion to the growing popular sen j timent against the graft evil They r have neglected a chance to contribute i a bracing tonic tothe national physi I Y que They hare instead displayed a r narrowness of view worthy of ward politicians and brought the element of cheap and petty politics toto the F consideration of a question wfeich at i iects the r...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 14 March 1905

j t J < Late t Tlc raplhSc News Srvlce = = Po1lengll1lmJfMll fJJb mmest Il c = = FlnIlIl1lRs1b1ed by The Associated > Press f I Partly cloudyTuesdayi r I I > I ° fff JEATiERsdaPartly lvE northeast Wednesday Winds rIir light to fresh rl u t 0 I O t n I J 1 VOL VIII NO 63 PENSACOLAs FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING MARCH H 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS 1 i = MOTHERS CONGRESS HEARS ROOSEVELT Who Told Them of Their Important Position and Their Immense Influence for Good in the Upbuilding of the Nation TAKES R4P AT DIVORCE LAWS Emphatic Declaration I on Race Suicide Womans Task Not Easy HE PAID HIGH TRIBUTE TO WO VEN HOME AND MOTHERHOOD CTIZENSHIP TO BE HEALTHY MOST COME FROM HEALTHY HOMES By Associated Press aingtea Dc March 13 id at Roosevelt last night deli a actress before te National i ot Mothers which is now in II in this city His address was loviont appeal for the betterment of the country u c itis4ehip Lh the carehrt training of child t > a eially toy the example set them 01 who were res...

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. — 14 March 1905

t t o I < f THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING MARC ti114 > 1905 4 Spring 1 Cleaning is Not t r Far Off H + Theres many things needed throughout the houseV tor hall parlor sitting room or bed room We have just what you need ana want but what you will es pecially need IsM m4 M attln6SChinese and 2 5 and 35 CLaid 1 MARSTON QUINA j 108110 South Palafox St Phone 149 Pensacola Fia 1 t I f c OPERA MOUSE AGAIN f CHANGES OWNERSHIP I PENSACOLA AMUSEMENT COM i IPANY PURCHASES THE PLANT I 9 AND HAStlABANDONED ITS PRO I JECT TO BUILD A NEW HOUSE I 1 The Pensacola opora hou e which has been owned by numerous parties 4 during the past few months again changed hands yesterday when the Pensacola Amusement Company pur l chased the property from F C Brent ll In making the purchase the new company which formerly controlled j the house abandoned the work of building the new Erlanger house at the corner of Baylen and Chase f i streets antf alt of the workmen who I 4 were engaged In making excav...

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. — 14 March 1905

j w I 4 V < THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 14 1905 3 I I S y I I I f I y I f I C SHOES I I I Yu take your life In your tn hands by wearing cheap ii3iS Good Waterproof Well Made Shoes Cost Money lit are the most economical Theyll protect your health save your temper and preserve your looks MATCH US IF YOU CAN STA11DARDILoTHIrlGfd THIESEN YUILDlliGa C C Goodman Geo Amsperger ilk 31 1 r 1 LESTER PIANOS have been favorites for a number of years Guar anteed for a lifetime A large line to select from Will gladly explain all the points of superiority of the LESTER They cost more than other pianos but they are worth more Very Easy Terms The Clutter Music House 114 S Palafox St R K WHiTg Watchmaker Manirrscturlng Jtwtler and Graduate Optician 10 S Paltfox Street Fensacola F1L TERSELY TOLD Mr and Mrs F S Lasstter of Mont gomery are ia the city on a short visit W < sfviUe Advocate L J Reeves of Pensacola was here Monday on business Mr R H Spire and J D Spire of Canton Ohio a...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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