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12 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908
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6s MONDAY
300 p mThe Monday afternoon Euchre Club will meet with 0
A Mas +
+ 400 p mBusiness meeting of the Nomads with Mrs C W 0
Oliver bay shore 0
+ TUESDAY
a 300 p m Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs William K
A Gonzalez
4 300 p m Tuesday Afternoon Euchre Club meets with Mrs
A H Q Anson West DeSoto Street i
300 p mIarried Ladies Euchre Club meets with airs Sid A
ney Bell East Gregory street m I
4 300 p anl Ladies Euchre Club meets with Mrs Edward For i I
cheimer West Belmont street +
+ WEDNESDAY O
4 300 p ID8hirt Waist Club meets with Mins C R Burgoyne 0
4 East Jackson street
4 800 p m Progress Card Club at club rooms West Chase
+ street I
a 800 p m Teague Paver wedding at home of ibrides parents
A East Heinberg street 4 i
4 800 p m iPrichard Pait weddding at home of brides parents A
4 THURSDAY 4
a 800 p m = Young Ladies Bridge Club meets with Miss Brent +
+ FRIDAY +
M 300 p m Friday Afternoon Euchre club meets with Mrs Wax 8
Roach on East Gregory street
4 SATURDAY
b Ladies day and afternoon tea at the Country Club bay shore P
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COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES FRIDAY
MORNING OF PUBLIC SCHOOL No 80
The commencement exercises of
public school iNo 80 of which Mrs
Frank D Tracey principal occurred
Friday morning at the school building
and were witnessed by a number ot
jvsrenis of pupils The program was
an interesting one and the manner in
which the little ones carried through
their respective parts reflected much
credit upon thorn as well as their
teachers
The honor pupils were as follows
Grade 1 Violet Pay first honor Al
berta Gonzalez and iNattle Braswell
second honor grade 2 Arthur Bryans
first honor Clifford Grimsley and
Ella1 Fleming second honor grade 3
Hazel Marble first honor grade 4
Cora Holland first honor Perry Davis
second honor
The program was as follows
Bird Day Arthur Anderson Ed
son Way Olarence dliena 3Ddward
Brown Luby Colley John Beal Ar
thur Beale
An Exercise Violet Day AI
berta Gonzalez Beulah Colvin Beat
rice Fleming Ethel Chestnut Lunette
Miller Doris Williams Flossie Ma
lane
laneThe
The Crow with Eyes AslantA
motion exercise grade one
The Rabin Gladys Edgar
Helping the Birds Mattie Braz
ivellAt
At NightEvelyn Crause
Smiles Hazel Marble
An Awful ojifitle Girl < 3Jara
Beale
Our Baby = Suzie Lee
Spelling In the Nursery Ldllle
Everett
We Libtlo Boys Malcolm Gon
zaflez
zaflezThe LEttle Patriot Tack French
Dollies Toilet Agnes Morton
Five iLfttle FaxcsPI ank Burns
Wlhioh Loved Her Best tfiazel
Marble
Not Built That WayHenry Dar
by
HOWS THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars RC11rtt
for any cacse of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by halls Catarrh Cure
FT CHENEY S CO Toledo O
Ve the undersigned have known F J
Cheney for the last IB years and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactWxns and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm
TValdlne KJnnan Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O
Halls Catarrh Cure Is ashen internally
acting dlretetly upon the blood and mu
CUOUK surfaces of the system Testi
monials serf free Price 75 cent per
bottle Sold by all QrtjRglsts
Take HalKs Family rills for constlpa
tlon
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The
Pure Food
Store
comes about as near
meeting every gastro
nomic want as is possible
for one store to provide
Fine select groceries
of all kinds and the best
of all canned delicacies
nothing lacking for vour
table or culinary prepa
rations
Rasonably priced too
Sol Gahn CO
THE PURE FOOD STORE
Phones 480 and 178
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Dont Clara Belle Cravey
I Didnt Think Belle Fleming
A Question or Two Willie
Everitt
A Problem in Threes Vlxgle Btrt
ler
Suppose the Fish Dont Bite
Charlie liEahrie
Will and Wont Albert CMaJors
Going to Grandpas Roy Hender
sonVacation
Vacation Mabel Malone
Kitty Knew Velroa hams
Month of MayCora Holland
Writing to Grandpa Janetto
Tucker
A Frog in the Throat Laura
KurdSeven
Seven Da s1EJdna Ray Katie
Matdhett Maggie Williams BeatrIce
A LEADER IN SOUTHERN SOCIETY
Her friends say that this vellkQown
member of the fashionable younger set in
the Georgian Capital owes the exquisite
beauty of her complexion to a few 1nln1
utes massage each day with Nadinola
Cream a preparation which imparts to J
any skin the childlike freshness and j
beauty of a perfect complexion She says I
that Nadinola Cream obliterates all dis
colorations and leaves the skin clear oft 1
and velvety Nadinola Cream is sold in
every firstclass drug store at hOc and 1
the package
Brown Ella Fleming Essie Hender
son Clifford Grimsley
Arthur Burns Tit for Tat
Soldier Boy Clifford Darby
Silence is Golden Ashmead
Bruce I
Dollys Vacation atargaret
Matchctt
Lamina Helper Perry Davis
Never Play U1tHal1Y Darby
My A eChnrIie Beal
What Girls Love to DoJanette
Tucker Velma Williams Agnes Alor
to Susie Lee Cora Holland Mar
garet Qlatchett
EDWARD H LOFTIN TO
GRADUATE FROM ACADEMY
Mr Edward H oftin of this city
is among the class to graduate next
week from the naval academy at An
napolis and last night his sister Miss
Isabel Loftin left to be present at I
the graduating exercises
On her return Miss Loftin will stop
at Washington and spend several
weeks visiting Miss Mabel Charest
formerly of Pensacola
The friends of tMir Loftin will be
pleased to learn that the is to come
to Pensacola immediately after the
graduating exercises and spend his I
vacation
CHILDREN ENJOY PICNIC
AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF
flue children of the Sacred Heart
Sunday school spent a most enjoy
able day at Magnolia Bluff yesterday
the occasion being the annual picnic
of the Sunday school
A large number of yoiing people
vent to the pleasure resort early in
the forenoon and romped and piayea
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FROCK FOR LITTLE GIRL
The sketch shows a dainty frock for a little tot the model being in
French lawn trimmed with rows of inchwide Valenciennes The frock was
made withan open square neck and had a flower spray in hand embroid
ery in front
in the cool shade of the large trees
and along the lieach
In the afternoon a baseball game
i etween a team composed of boys of
the Sacred Heart Sunday school ana
the Warrington team was played re
sulting in a victory for the former
the score being 5 to 4 dn favor of the
former
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY
OF JEFFERSON DAVS
The Daughters of the Confederacy
rad the Children of the Confederacy
are to celebrate the one hundredth
birthday anniversary of Jefferson Da
vie on June 3 and an invitation has
been extended the members of the
Memorial Association to tie present
The celebration is to be at the
home of Mrs D Hale Wilson the
president of the local chapter I
CONCORDIA CLUBS SUMMER
HOME WILL OPEN TODAY
fThe sum + nler home of the Concordia
Club situated at Town Point a bean
tiful spat on Santa Rosa Island will
open today
Everything is completed and tale
memibers of the club will doubtless
spend a delightful summer going
over at almost any time they may
choose as a launch will make several
regular trips during each day The
house is large and comfortable and
is fitted up in genuine camp style
Outofdoor dining rooms have been
placed under the large oak trees ami
refreshment tables will be scattered
about the grounds
The Concordias summer home
promises to be one of the most popu
lar siimunter resorts on the shores of
the bay and many people will spend
pleasant days and evenings at this
pleasant resort
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YOUNG PEOPLESPEND
A PLEASANT AFTERNOON
A delightful party was given FrI
Jackson Square
Coffee
Our guarantee is that
every can has the right
flavor and will please
you Only in sealed
cans to protect its
Quaity Now 25cts a
Pound at your Grocer
Importers Coffee Co
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Lewis Bear Co
Pensacola
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Bay Excursion
Benefit of Safcred Heart
Church
FRIDAY JUNE 5 1 1908
on
Steamer Monarch
All aboard at Palafox
wharf at 750 p m
Music by Barrios Orches
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DANCING
Tickets 50 cents On sale
at Rieras Shoe Store
day afternoon in honor of Clifford S
Cronise of East Hill The occasion
was Cliffords eighteenth birthday i
Those present were Misses Bessie and
Sadie Johnson Elizabeth and Reha i
Barter Marie and Daisy Walton Luaa
Smith Jessie Amos Messrs Elbert
Applegate William Rozear and Hu
bert and Willard Butler j
Refreshments were served and the
two birthday cakes were cut one ol
which was a present from Mrs W T j
Tracy which he appreciated very i
much He was also the recipient of j
many other gifts which he hopes to
hold in kindly remembrance always
All left wishing him many Happy re
turns of the day
PERSONAL MENTION
The Mary Newton Union of the W
C T U will meet Monday afternoon
at four oclock at the First Baptist
church
The Ladies Aid Society of the First I
Baptist church will hold a called meet
ing at the church Tuesday afternoon
at four thirty
Miss Ada White who has been at
tending the Florida Female College I
has returned home
Mrs J H Collins and children ar
rived home Friday morning front an
extended visit to St Louis Parasoull
and Kansas City
Miss 3f L Fuller and Mir and Mrs
1V B Jones of ESJadawah Ala are
among the visitors in the city
Mr J G Yniestra Who attended
the convention of the Cathollc Knight
and Ladies of America convention at
St Louis as a delegate from the locd
order has returned home
The close of the Convent s
at Warrhvgton is to occur there next
Friday and will be the occasion or an
entertainment by the pupils when
medals will be awarded The term l
has been a most successful one
I
Mass Bessie Bassett left last night
for Auburn Ala where she is to wit
ness the graduating exercises or Au
burn college Her cousin Mr John
Dow is among the graduates Before
returning home she will visit relatives
in Alabama
Miss Clara Perdue who has been at
Athens College for young ladles is
home for vacation
I
Miss Bessie Perdue and Mass Irene
Perdue left yesterday for Evergreen
and Herbert Ala where they will
spend the summer
Miss Ammerman and her mother
who have been visiting Capt and Mrs
T E Welles for several months left
Friday afternoon for their home in
Moline Ill
Miss Pattie Holden and little niece
Evelyn Lewis will leave Monday for
iMarianna where they wall visit
friends
bliss iXannie iHicks who has been at
tending the Vhite School of Expres
sion left Saturday for her ihome in
Camp Hill Ala
Mrs Flint on lEast Hill has two
sisters from Georgia visiting her
GETS BETTER
BETTEREACH
EACH WEEK
Nothing too good for the Bijon
Theatre seems to be the motto under
which the management of that popular
place is operating The first week
after the admission price had been
raised the audience was surprised to
see such a good show The folk w
ing week they were amazed to see
even better show but this weeks
hlbll will stagger them all It will be
the best yet
Special Meeting
There win be a special meeting of
carpenters and joiners Monday night
June I at their hall
Business of importance All mem
bers requested to he present
II PAUULSEN
Secretary
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
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TRIMMED HA IS
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We have fine line of
an exceptionally Trimmed I
Hats in stock Each one is a beauty and the assort
ment is large enough to match any peculiarstyle of I
beauty We will offer some big reductions this week
in order to reduce the stock Call early and take your
pick
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1JZiU 4J buy cheap 13c bulk coffee
A J Dont do It my friend Why LUZIANNE Is the
7 k Very coffee for hard times Why Simply because It
r goes twice as far as the cheaP kind your back
if If this Is Into tht
i not so and puts courage Into you that the
SW t flat Insipid kinds never do
wr Sold everywhere
25 cts > 1lb can
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Consolidated Grocery Co Pensacola Distributers
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JUNE WEDDINGS eDo
Do not delay longer in placing orders for engraved in
vitations Our summer samples represent the very latest
P 4 shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined
fr and fashionable society We do not followwe LEAD
f in originating artistic efforts with fine material Our
q prices are the lowest Send for samples which will be
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CO Wedding Stationery Engravers 17 Whitehall St N
Atlanta Ga
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100R EW RiDslo0
One hundred dollars reward will be paid to any
person or persons that can successfully establish the
fact that we ever advertised a performance that was
not as good or better than represented A
For the week beginning Monday June 1st we
will present one of the best feature acts ever seen in
vaudeville in this city Dont fail to come And re
member that our motto is quality not quantity The
usual admission of 5 and lOc will be charged
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Fancy Cakes 125 per Hundred
Delivered to any part of the city
Orders taken for wedding and picnic
cakes
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