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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING T > fctOEJE Rj 8 1909 PAGE FIVE 1
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
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1 BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD
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The Tourist Season
jn South Florida
r V tourist season has begun with
1 rrscanco and nearly every train
r dozens of tourists to Florida
I > Southern portion of the state is
up fast with this itinerant pop
m and the sidewalks and drive
w are Tilled with the sight seeing
r f j whose sharp eyes noth
escapes And really they do
m to get so much enjoymen out
life and do so heartily appreciate
Fling what is to be seen that one
t rilly envies their happy carefree
< s and here today and gone to
l rrow exiatances
It is always easy for a native to
pot a tourist for they come in
C 11 the fields and byways loaded
wn with what appears to be the
opt useless and ugly weeds and
O bash that can be found anywhere
The girls invariably drape their
its with long festoons of Spanish
oss which if they only knew it is
I M of ants and bugs of different
ads The old ladies generally have
ants of various hinds consisting
mostly of saw palmetto and Spanish
ayonot the mens pockets generally
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Ilge out with oranges given them at
om packing house
i And speaking of oranges what a
delight the groves or South Florida
are getting to be The beautiful fruit
t is turning now from radiant green to
I shining gold and the crop this year
Is immense Even tiny trees whose
1 limbs are too slender to hold the
heavy fruit are poroped up under their
weight
Crowds ojt men are now at work in
I the groves picking and packing
t oranges and it almost seems as if the
freeze wtiich caused nearly every
South Floridian great loss and misfor
tune was only a passing dream and
that these beautiful groves had sprung
ip very quickly to take the place of
hose which in one night withered
nd died causing the loss of thou
ands of dollars to the people of the
state whoso main dependance they
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wore
Still the people of South Florida
Till never nga1n pin their faith to the
oange grove acid really they are now
rnly a scondary consideration as the
thriving bardcns on all sides will tes
ay
Rowsandtrowsof dark green straw
berry plants white with blooms are in
vldenco and great tender heads of
lettuce and cucumber vines yellow
with bloom go far to prove that the
Florida cracker has at last realized
hr wonderful facilities of the soil
ri on which his homo stands the
range grove now being only a valu
ab part of the whole
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BurkeBazzell
Wedding ToNigh
Mess Jennett Bazzell daughter of
K > Into Comadore Wm Bazzell and
1 i Sarah Bazzell of this city will
> married tonight at eight oclock at
> home of her mother on West Gar
r rn street to Mr Harry Burke for
Iy of Glasgow Ky but now a resi
toit of Pensacola
I Miss Barxell has lived in Pensacola
of her life and has many friends
f 7n wish her great happiness She is
right and attractive young lady and
noted for her sweetness of disposi
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Ir Burke is a recent acquisition to
ris city but during his short stay has
r ltrle many friends especially among
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NIP IT IN THE BUD
First Appearance of Dandruff a Fore
runner of Future Baldness
That such is the case has been
1 nrlusivcly proven by scientific re
I ch Prof Vnna the noted Euro
r rn skin specialist declares that
indruiT is the burrowedup cuticle
fir the scalp caused by parasites de
sroius the vitality in the hair bulb
The hair becomes liMess and in
time falls out This can be pre
vented
Xewbroa Herpicide kills this dan
druff germ and restores the hair to
its natural softness and abundancy
Herpicido is now used by thou
ands of people all satisfied that it
s the most wonderful hair prepay
on on the market today
For sail by AV A DAlembort
nigglst and apothecary 121 South
> Mafox street or send lOc in stamps
sample to the Herpicide Co Dig
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Make a dish fit for a
king Just the thing for
t breakfast these morn
ings Swansdown Cake
Flour AVestmoreland
and Log Cabin Maple
Syrup
So Gahn CO
The Pure Food Store
I Southwest Corner PaUfox and Inlendencla
Phones QBU 178
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DINNER OR THEATRE GOWN OF SILKAND LACE
The illustration shows a gown which
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would be suitable for any evening af I
fair at which a lowneck gown is not
required The skirt which was of
pale blue taffeta figured with a flower
pattern was finished around the bot
tom with a deep hem of pale blue vel
vet and a pale blue pink which
repeats the color of the flower pat
tern The upper part of the skirt was
cut with circular sides the tops of
the business men He is superintend I
ent of construction for the Pensacola
electrical company
The young couple will be married by
Rev P H Whaley and the attendants 1
will be Miss Etta TJazzell maid of
honor Mr Gant Gonzalez best man
Miss Mariam Oldraixon bridesmaid
and Mr Geo Bazzell groomsman
The ceremony will be witnessed only
by relatives and intimate friends
The brides costume will be of white
I chiffon cloth She will wear a bridal
veil and carry brides roses
For tho present tho young people
r will make their home at the Almira
I Inn corner of Garden and Baylen
streets
Little Miss Whiting
I Gives Birthday Party
About ten of the tiny friends of lit
tle Carolyn Whiting have received in
vitations to a birthday party to bs
given by the little girls grandmother
Mrs Clara Whiting to celebrate the
first year that Carolyn has spent in
this great big world
The party will be tram three oclock
until about half after four Friday af
ternoon and it is to be hoped that the
guests will refrain from putting their
little pink toes In their mouths or grab
bing the one lone candle off of the
big birthday oake which will surely
be in evidence
I Carolyn isa dear pretty little thing
and will do all in her power to enter
tain her guests
The Misses Rosasco
Have Returned Home
Miss Anna and Miss Atfah Rosasco
the lovely daughters Mr and Mrs
W S Rosasco have returned from
their trip abroad
These young ladies have had a
most delightful trip which has lasted
nearly two years and which gave
them excellent educational advanta
ges Miss Adah who is well known
as a violinist of ftrcat ability will re
turn to New York after the first of
January and reenter the conservatory
of music
Ihe young ladies stopped over for
a few hours to visit their sister Miss
Edna Rosasaco whp is a student at
the Agnes Scott institute
I THANKSGIVING DINNER
FOR FLORIDA GIRLS
Mr and Mrs JP Beckwith gave a
delightful little Thanksgiving dinner
to the Florida girls at St Marys
school Raleigh IClast Thursday
The dinner was given at the attrac
tive Cafe Girshe and the table was
beautifully decorated with pink and
white chrysanthemums which the
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which were tucked tocurve aboutethe
hips a fitted tucked girdle being at
tached in princess effect The bodice
was trimmed with wide bands of
heavy lace arranged in bolero effect
the underblouse being of pale blue
cliffon The top of the sleeves was of
tucked chiffon the edge of the sleeves
and the jacket being finished with silk
ball fringe Pale blue velvet bows
were used on the front of the bodice
and on the sleeves
I girls wore afterwards to the basket
ball game between the two school
teams
The host and hostess made the oc
casion as homelike as possible and
every moment of the time was enjoyed
by the pretty corterie of guests who
included Misses Florence Beckwith
Margaret Williams and Alice Munner
lyn of Jacksonville Miss May Hoke
of Jensen and Miss Jane Stillman of
Pensacola
PERSONAL MENTION
Mr Rob Jordan of New Orleans is
in the city visiting old friends
The little son of Mr and Mrs J E
de la Rua met with quite a serious ac
cident yesterday The little fellow
fell from his carriage and in some
manner fell upon a buckle which was
on the strap of his carriage and ran
The Best is What We Sell
MAKE A NOISE LIKE
A Order
Hello Central Give
me 391 Hello is that
Rosenau Gerelds
Yes maam
Have you got in your
new stock of
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What kind have you
We have
Fresh Salmon 25o Ib
Fresh Cervelat 0 20c Ib
Ring Bologna r15cJb
Link Bologna 1Sc Ib
Large Bologna r 15c Ib
Wienerwurst 15C lb
Smoked Tongue A L 25cib
We Have Also tic Beef Fat
3lb Palls 45c
5lb Pails 75c
All right Ill come b y
e and get some Goodbye
DONTFORGET THE PLACE
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THE FANCY GROCERS
1 16 SOUTH PALAFOX ST
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the very best manufacturers of Ladies Suits in the country 1 Fj
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been waiting for this opportunity For the next four days ft f
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the point clear through his cheek i
However no serious results are an
ticipated though the accident was
quite a painful one
Mr and Mrs Wiley McDavid will
move this week to number 620 North
Seventh Avenue I I I
Mr Leonard Whaley youngest son I
of Dr and Mrs P H Whaley left I
lastweek for Louisville where he will
spend some time
Mrs Livingston Rowe Schuyler
who has been the admired guest of
Mrs Henry Burs and Miss Madge
Maclay is now iiJ Ocala the guest of
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CaptT S Caro who has been in
Norfolk Va for some time where he
went as a delegate to the National
Convention of Bar Pilots has re
returned to his home in Pensacola
The card party and dance usual on
Wednesday nights will be given to
night at the Progress Club Last week
the club entertained with a Thanks
giving ball which was largely attend
ed and greatly enjoyed by the mem
bers
Mr and Mrs R J Owens who
spent last week In Ocala have re
turned to their home in Pensacola
During their absence Mr and Mrs
Owens had the misfortune to have
their house broken into and robbed of
a number of valuable articles
Miss Lucie Whaley expects to leave
at an early date for a visit to various
points in North Carolina
Mrs Furgerson was the hostess at I
the last meeting of the Friday After
noon Euchre Club The first prize
was won by Mrs Vince Fauna the
second by Mrs Baker and the booby
NO MEDICINE
But Change of Food Gave Final Re
lief
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Most diseases start in the alimen
tary canalstomach and bowels
A great deal of our stomach and
bowel troubles come from eating too
much starchy and greasy food
The stomach does not digest any
of tho starchy food we eat white
bread pastry potatoes oats etc
these things are digested in tne
small intestines and if we eat too
much as most of us do the organs
that should digest this kind of food
are overcome hy excess of work so
that fermentation indigestion and a
long train of ails result
Too much fat also is hard to di
gest antf this is changed into acids
sour stomach belching gas and a
bloated heavy feeling
In these conditions a change from
iwilfrestlhlp foods to GrapeNufa ill
work wonders in not only relieving
the distress hut in building up si
strong digestion clear brain and
stgjuly nerves A Wash woman
rites
Aoout five years ago I suuercl
with bad stomach dyspepsia indi
I gestion tiJaUoncallsed t know
from en ting starchy and greasy toad
I doctored for two years without I
t any benefit The doctor told me
there was no cure for me I would
not eat anything without suffering se
rere pains in my back and side and I
became discouraged
A friend recommended Grape i
Nuts and I began to use it In less
than two weeks I began to feel bet
ter and inside of two months I was
jjujvell woman and have been ever I
I since I
I I can eat snythihs 1 wish with
plc33urec eat GrapeNuts and
r cream for breakfast and are very
I fond of it Name riven by Postum
I Co Battle Creek Mich Head the
little b6ok rJ1 ti ioAd to 3ygllville
I in pkgs Theres a res o
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was captured by the hostess The I
next meeting will be with Mrs Geo
Hoffman at her hospitable home 803
East Belmont street II
Mrs B S Bernard and son returned
to their home In Pensacola yesterday
Mrs Beatrico Marean of Ocala Mrs
Bernards mother will join her and
her sister Mrs Owens some time be
fore Christmas and will make her
home with them In future
Miss Lizzie Ambrose of Palatka
Fla is the guest of her sister Mrs
R L Bryans She will remain sever
al weeks
The kind you wantBlue Ribbon
Vanilla Absolutely pure goes twice
as far and the Blue Ribbon Flavor
is perfection Ask Tor the 25c size
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Isle of Spice
Leslie Leigh Harry Griffith Jack
Leslie W H McGraw Blanche Holt
and Minnie Chombaier head the cast
of principals of the Isle of Spice
company which comes here almost di
rect from a long and most success
ful run at the Majestic Theatre New
York City The company numbers
sixty people in all and is said to be
remarkable for the unusually large
number of really pretty young women
The chorus and ensemble work of the
Isle of Spice have also been the
subject of much favorable criticism
The organization will be presented
here at the opera house Friday night
At Yale
Mr Paul Gilmore will be seen here
Saturday night in his new play At
Yale The Roanoke Times has the
following to say about the attraction
As the name Indicates it is a col
lege play on the order of Strong
heart and some of the others but
still there Is sufficient difference to
lend novelty and it is full of interest
and action from start to finish The
new play gives Mr Gilmore a chance
to display his wonderful versatility
to a more marked degree than any in
which Tie has been seen here There
is a vein of comedy running through
the piece that is delightful and is
carried out with admirable exactness
The supporting company and stage
setting were all that the play re
quired and added very much to the
production Mr McClain as Dave
Hurleigh the man who tried to win
the girl and used every effort both
fair and foul to do so was well played
and the frequent hisses that greeted
his appearance showed that he had
made himself a thorough villian
Mr Gillnore has scored another
success and the large audience last
night attestedCits approval by repeat
ed curtain calls and would not let up
until he had come out and made a
little speech which was neat and to
the point He is assured of a cordial
welcome every time he comes to Roa
noke
BenDunhams Exhibition
Little Miss Stone will entertain you
with the great Dunhams at t 7e opera
house Mpnday Dec 10 Dont miss it
An elaborate program has been ar
anged
IMPORTANT TRANSFERS
I IN DIPLOMATIC SERVICE
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Bv Associated Press
WasTiingFdnTJec T Henry White
j American ambassador to Rome will
be transferred in the near future to
Paris where 1f Iir succeed Robert
S McCormickt finite will bo sue
i ceeded atRome by Lloyd C Griscom
ambassador to
t at present American
Brazil
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When your prescription is delivered to you
neatly labeled in good readable writing wrap
ped in a secure tidy way you at once get the r
I impression from the looks of the outside that
the inside is all right N t
You can be pretty sure that when we display + l s
I so much care with the outside that we take ex
tra precautions to make the inside all right We 1
will send after your prescriptions and send t I
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Let us fill your prescriptions We have filled I
ver two hundred thousand since ye have been f 11rI
in business a
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FRIDAY NEXT
will be Christmas Card Day at Coes Book Store I
They a re displaying one of the handsomest lines i
ever brought to Pensacola Come everybody and
see these beautiful goods 1
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