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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 21 1906 t
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If you are going to visit old
critics or your old home or
rarer the regular old grind
come flTxl see lice new clothing
tliat iHput fresh vim linto
life and make a man a credit
to his town and Ms friends
I If you have your clothes tall
er made give us your order
nOW so that we will have it
wliji you are ready for it
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White Barber Shop
Th white barbers formerly of 36
S Palafox St are now located at No
S E Government Sl next to Westeri
Union Only union men employed
DR LOUIS DE M BLOCKER
PENSACOLA FLA
Olticc Brent Bldg Residence 12 W Gadsden
Phone 433 Phone 679
COTTRELL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
Pensacola Fla
Something New In
Diamond Necklaces Rings Chains Etc
W A Gahlenbeck 218 S Palafox St
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TURTON BELL
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870
Kodak Supplies Finishing for Amateurs
R K WHITE
Mhmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate
tfcian 30 S Palafox Street Pensacola Fla I
Tersely Told
State Chemist Rose was in Pensaco
h yesterday
Mrrriss Bear leaves today for
French Lck Springs Ind
H S Laird the well known Milton
flttcrnoy was in the city last night to
hear the debate
Circuit Clerk H J Brett and Tax
Colector D L Green of Holm coun
lv were in the city last night
Sm > Senator John Neel of West
vilie ws among the visitors attract
ed here by the debate
Ed Senor Jr formerly of Pensaco
lit but now of Montgomery is Jin the
uy stoking hands with his friends
CJIr ain and Mrs Milton B Frank
are the parents of a fine girl who ar
rvri at thcr home Sunday eight
Miss Stella RepoM and Miss Maggie
Morton of Mobile wiho rave been vis
Ring Mrs Ladnier left Sunday for
home
Among the prcnnent otizeas of
Milton who were visitors here yester
hy on account of thr ErowardtBeard
Cf h ate were H S Laird L N Ervin
and E P Johnson
Arrcs E Lewis of Madsmna pri
vae sccrctary to Senator S R Mal
IQy was in the city yesterday and
nas greeted wLn pleasure b y his
many friends in IFsensacola
Ionis Northern one of the em
I > Joc of the Kandy Ktchen left
IE Thy for Roanoke Va where ho
VH bit relatives for ten days or two
Wn t S
v is nor Claude LEngle of the aHa
1t t Sun and head of the CapIta
IlloJt itag Co which has the state
FCr S contract was in the party
uhti came over to hear the debate
t Henry WiVtc of the firm o
luc fi Nix left yesterday for New
fork to IHJ gcn8 about three weeks
The ctject of his visit ils to purchase
Ec n MV stock more fixtures etc
Ann R Lewis private secretary to
rracr Mallory arrived in the cty
Snn1 ny night and he will spend some
tme hero with the senator Mr Lew
s has many friends in Pensacola who
W Pleased to see hm
ELtor J H Humphries cif EraMen
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tu7 n itor of the Manatee River
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fnal and state agent h3 Bus
8Ec s Mens Protective
Association
mun the visitors here yester
° ° Mr Hnnnphres was near Pen
i on business for the association
end < ltcidd to come to the city and
air the Brow ardd3eard debate
attiring equals the Blue Ribbon
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i Flat ° ° V Ask for Blue iRiibbon Vaudl
G Jana say it plain Absolutely pure
03 mice as ifar
pa Every medicine advertIsed in this
D er will be
found at The Crystal
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cANQIDATE FOR
VACANT CIT
POSiTION
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Neils Darting Now the Only An
nounced CandidatQfor City
Tax Assessor
Although NUCs MoX Getting is the
only announced candIdate the pcs
lion of sty tax assessor others are
expected to appear during today and
before the ccuncil meeting ask that
they be named to fill tli3 vacancy
Others have beet spoken of amons
them being Thomas Johnson and
Theodore Pttefferle as well as several
oiasrs who have no idea of entering
the race for oppc + intent
The posMcn was made vacant by
the deatHi last Saturday of Tax Collec
tor Dan W UeiFty who had held It
moot satisfactorily since the office
was created and whose term of ap
pointment had not yet expired
Mr Oertng yesterday announced
Uhat he would ask tie council to name
Itfm as the successor of Mr Reilly anti
it is understood called upon several ot
the aldermen during the day and so
licited ttoeJr vote
The office fe to be filled by the coun
cil as it is an appointive one and Mr
RIll has heretofore always been the
choice
Whether or not the matter of filling
the vacancy will tfe taken up at its
meeting tomorrow ought is a question
wiVd is net yet settle It is possi
ble that such may be done and then
again it may go over until the next
regular meeting in September
Z t was stated on the streets yester
day afternoon thZ more than one
candidate would be announced for the
vacant city position foTe tonight
and that when the councl considered
the matter of filling the vacancy there
would be several applications for the
position
MANY HEARD
THE SERMON
OF REV J BAiRNEY BUTLER LAST
NIGHT AT CORNER OF GAR
DEN AND DeVILLIER STS
Interest In the tent revival at the
corner of Garden and DeViller streets
Is so strong that the Broward and
Beard attraction did not prevent a
large gathering last night to hear iRev
IJ Barney Butler on tha text Woe to
Him that Strives with His Maker
I The service was a fine one With sev
eral profCS3cnS of faith The meet
iirrs t ll Oontlnrje this week every
night at 730 oc ock All are invited
THREE KILLED
WHILE AT DINNER
By Associated Press
Cha otte Mch Aug Ofhree
Italian laborers are dead two dying
and fifteen more injured as the result
or an engine on MicJvson Central
work train backing into a train while
fifty labcrens en the wcrk tratn were
eallng dinnsr The uninjured ItaVans
n trade a Tush for the engineer but he
escaped
Mcr Complexion Secret
A Tvoinnn died tIle other day aged
eightyeight whose complexion was as
pink and white as that of a girl of
twenty When asked what the secret
of her lovely skin was she invariably
answered Ilochelle salts It seemed
that she took the salts every day dis
solving half a teaspoonful in a glass of
water and drinking the solution now
a sip and then u swallow at intervals
through the day The effects upon her
skin and blood were certainly most for
tunate New York Tribune
liThe Best Is What We Sell
Granulated
I Hominy
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We have had put up for us
i special a highgrad fresh
I ground grits ia packages They
are free from bugs and dirt
and are the only way to get
them fresh luring thfs hot I
weather
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Twopound Package 10c
Fivepound Package20c
We are sois agents for Mrs
Morenos celebrated homemade I
Bread Try a loaf i
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ROSENAU GERELDS
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The Fancy Grocers
Phone 391 Pensacola
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A Good House II
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Leaving good house un I
painted is as imprudent as
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leaving greenbacks out in the I
rain A house unprotected I
I by good paint cracks and rots
and is unsightly all the time I
Whatever you do paint I
Wheneveryou paint use
pure white lead paint You I
will have the best if it is I
Red Seal
Pure White Lead
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I s Made by the Old Dutch Process I
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I mixed with Pure Linseed Oil
Accepted as the standard ev
erywhere by those who know
Learn all about paints in our handsomely
illustrated free booklet sent on applica
tion Gives test for paint purity
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
Clark Avenue and loth Street St Louis Mo I
For sale by firstclass dealers
EXPECTED W
WORK Will
COMM EN CE
Today in Tearing Away Buildings I
on the New City
Hall Site
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It Is expected that work of preparing
for tlie new city bail which has been
delayed somewhat on account of the
lack of labor and other buildings I
I under construction will be commenced
this mcinng or this afternoon and will
be pushed rapidly forward until the
old buildoigs now occupying the site
are dsmoished aihd the space cleared
and prepared for the commencement
of the foundation of isacolas mod
ern city hall
Contractor Turner stated yesterday
afternoon that he had expected to
place men at work Monday mornsng
but had been prevented toy other I
work He confidently expected how
ever to have a gang at work during
today tearing away the present un
sightly old buildings and clearing the
site preparatory to a commencement
in laying the foundation
I He atlso expects to comenoe work at
the same time demoV 1iing the two
story brick buldlng Just north of the
cuotcm house just vacated by the
iPensacsla Investment Company and
which occupies the site of tihe new
and hondsome structure which is to
I be placed there by the First National
Bank Ths work too is to be rush
ed rapidly forward so as to commence
I laying the foundation
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Olive oil is the beauty doctors cure
all for poor complexions He advises
its use in every possible food plenty of
green salads reeking with it and then
doses of it by the teaspoonful says an
authority on health
A small paint brush with long
strong supple bristles is the best thing
with which to keep cut glass clean
It is the only means of reaching the
dust in the small carvings
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Thick Lips I
Thick lips can be overcome to a cer
ain extent by acquiring the habit of
holding the lips close to the teeth and i
keeping the muscles about the mouth I
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firm and tight The woman who stands
about with her mouth open permits the
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muscles to become large and relaxed
and the result is anything but conducive
to fair looks
Perches In the Hair
The latest addition to the list of
coiffures is the Ceres wreath in which
fruit is substituted for the ordinary
flower says the London Mail At R
recent ball a pretty girl produced a sen
sation bywearing peaches composed of
hand painted velvet A woman ap
proaching mature years In whose coif
fure a bunch of luscious looking purple
and green grapes was arranged pro
vided additional proof of the advent of
the vogue Tiaras of cherries are be
ing sold for brunettes They are made
of velvet or a composition closely re
sembling ivory realistically colored
The precious metals are being used for I
making more elaborate Ceres wreaths
In which corn and fruit are mingled i
One wrought in gold and three tones
I of yellows to express the lights and I
shades of wheat ears and currant clus
ters rises toward the front where j
the spikes of grain cross Silver
wreaths are preferred by some women
and are made of frosted and burnished
metal showing apples and foliage and
plums mingled with grasses and the
blossom of the plum tree
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New Store I New Goods I New Prices fOUR p a
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Underbuy Undersell Cash Down and One Price
to All Satisfaction + Guaranteed 1
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Opening Announcement I
L Miltons Cash Bargain Store 107 S Palafox street will open up for i
business next Monday August 20 1906 with the rarest bargains ever offered to U
the people of Pensacola with a new uptodate stock bought direct from New
York headquarters at rockbottom prices Our buying system gives us an ad i
vantage over all competition and our method underbuy and undersell will be 5 ii
the watchwords upon which we expect to build the largest business in the city We J
will have but one price and that lower than anyone else marked down in plain
figures and our rule to refund money at all times makes it safe for you to do your It
trading at this store JI
The management is fully sensible of the fact that any business to be popu to
lar must be broadgauge in its methods it must admit the intelligence of the buy i i
ing public and endeavor by every honorable means to establish confidence between U
itself and the public The buying must be right and the selling just All should
be treated with courtesy and consideration
Financial gain is not our goal during our opening sale its your friendship I
and patronage we want and to prove to you with unmistakable evidence that here 1 j
is a store where honest values are ever wedded to truthful words i
i Courteous treatment straightforward methods honest goods and low prices f
will keep the public eye turned towards our store
We quote a few prices here to prove to you your dollar will buy more goods
in this store than any other place you can put it
I HERE ARE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST VALUES EVER OFFERED ANY TRADING COMMUNITY
44 Bleaching worth lOc yard for
3e yard Only 10 yards to any one
purchaser
Best Calico Prints worth 6c yard
2c yard Only 10 yards to each
customer
Fine Gingham worth 7c yard for
SHc yard
Fine Figured Lawns and Organdies
worth 10 and 12c yard at 6c yard
Curtain Scrim worth 12c yard
iy2c yard
Fine Lace Curtains worth 75c
pair for 32c pair
Full Size Bed Spreads worth 125
at 82c
Dress Silks worth 60c yard costing
manufacturer 43c to make it newest
shades for 34c yard
Handkerchiefs wcirth lOc for 4c
each
achHaindkerchiefa
Handkerchiefs worth 5c for 3c
Embroider worth 5c yard for 2c
yard
t 1 Space will not let us quote many fine things we have to offer Come to our store and be convinced
of the wonderful purchasing power of your money and where you get more than your moneys worth
We carry a fine line of Ladies and Gents Underwear in different grades a highclass line of Dress j
Goods and everything in Dry Goods Notions Ladies Fine ReadytoWear Waists and Skirts i s
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CULINARY CONCEITS
Melted butter will not make good
cake
A few drops of lemon juice make
cake frosting white
If oatmeal is soaked overnight in
water it requires only about onehalf
I the time to cook
If eggs are to be boiled hard have
the water boiling when the eggs are
put in it This will prevent the yolks
turning dark
Tomatoes and milk to be blended
must be brought to the same tempera
ture and beaten together vigorous
There is less liability of curdling
Preparatory to frying liver or veal
i cover it for a minute or two with boil
ling water Pat dry with a clean towel
roll in flour and fry in a covered pan
If until brown
I An appetizing breakfast dish is pre
I pared in the following manner Fry
thin pieces of bacon a light brown but
uot crisp Place two strips of bacon
on each slice of toast lay in a pan
break over each slice of toust an egg
and bake for a few minutes
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Infants Caps worth 40c for 23c
AllOver Laces worth 40c yard for
19c yard
Fans worth 5 and lOc at 2c each
Best Machine Oil worth lOc for 4o
bottle
Mens Fine Fur Hats worth from
200 to 225 for 112 each
Mens Fine Fur Hats worth 150
for 84c each
Good 8Day Clocks worth 350 to
SSOO for 212 each
Hand Saws worth 100 for 44c
eachBest
Best 84nch Flat Mill Saw Files
worth 15 to 20c for lOc each
Razors worth 100 for 48c and we
Rill not sell but one to each customer
Men and Boys Fine Dress Shirts
worth 50c for ISc each
Mens Dress Socks worth lOc at
4c pa1r
Mens Fine Balbriggan Undervests
and Drawers worth 30c for 23c
PENSACOLA
CLASSICAL SCHOOL
PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS
AND GIRLS
Seventh Annual Session Begins Sept
17 1906
This school limits tIle number of
pupils received to such as can be
taught thoroughly
I It prepares for entrance to our lead
ing universities and technical schools
and for intelligent useful citizenship
I The thoroughness of its instruction
Is best attested by the records of its
students who have entered our lead
ing universities In every Instance
where they have entered for colle
giate work they have been admitted
to the sophomore class
Instructors trained in our leading
educational institutons Laboratories
of science for student experiment
work One of the best equipped school
gymnasiums in the south
For catalogue and further infoma
tion address
H CLAY ARMSTRONG Prln
909 N Spring St
Envelopes for 4c package that 4 cost I I p
oU lOc anywhere else +
Fine line Linen Paper and En f
velopes worth 30c at 15cwhilottoey Iij
last
Writing Tablets cheaper than wrap f H
ping them if you had nothfng else to r
doLadies
Ladles and Misses Parasols fine j
sills worth 150 to 300 for 98c to i
118 each M
3quart Covered Tin Dinner
Buckets worth 15c for 6c each
Boys fine suspenders that you
never seen before in your lifesell for k
less tham 12c for 7c pair if
Mens fine Suspenders worth 25c
for 12c
Towels worth lOc for 4c each 1
Fme Ribbons worth lOc yard for t
21hc yard
Ladles waists worth 9Se for 44c
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J F DAVIS JEWELER t
Now in f
New Brent Building 23 S Pelafox St
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REMOVED TO
THE NEW BRENT BUILDING
SAME OLD FRIEND WITH A BRAND NEW STORE
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I University of the State of Florida I 6 j
> GAINESVILLE FlA i 1
A hfgh grade institution for young men Literary Scientific
and Engineering courses
STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE i l
Fall term opens in Gainesville September 26th For catalogue
and information address
addressANDREW SLEDDf President z
GIUNESVILLE FLORIDA i
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