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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 25 1908
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I PEOPLE AND EVENTS I
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SOCIAL CALENDARtea
tea
WEDNESDAY
HollfieldGrlffith wedding at 302 West Intendeacia street 8 p m 4
4 Reception after ceremony at 302 W Intendencia street
RiceBaldwin wedding at 1006 N Baylen street 830 p m
Social Card Club hostess Mrs John Jacobson 12 Nt Devillier
street at 330 p m
Pastime Euchre club hostess Mrs W Lindstrom 8 pm
p Progressive Euchre at Progress club 8 p m
p New City Flinch Club complimentary to Mrs J C Pebley host
ess Mrs F M William corner 14th avenue and 14th street 330
Q pm
p
THURSDAY
Thanksglving i
4
r FRIDAY
1 Ladles Afternoon Reception at First Presbyterian Church parlors 4
1 Tuesday Afternoon Club hostess MrsM P Merritt Romana 4
a street 330 p m
4 SATURDAY
Meeting of Thursday Morning Bridge club hostess Miss Hilda
Blount Bayshore at 11 a m
4 ForumScholl wedding 219 N Cevallos street noon
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DIVIDED
Somethings come between us very
lately
Something that occasions me dis
tress
Something that Ive been regretting
greatly
Can you guess
Something that mot certainly repels
me
I Something that has made my spir
I its sink
1 Yet my plaint is useless something
m tells me
Can you think
No its not a trifle nothing tiny
S I should call it anything but small
Once or twicNi the thing has made the
briny i
Tearlets fall
Ive been wounded by it irritated
Now and then it gives me quite a i
blow
Yes Im sure it iu exaggerated I
Dont you knqw
Im aware that theres > > o use in kick
ing
Well I know you will not heed my
sighs i
Though the yardlong feathers now
f are sticking
In my eyes
Though my nose is skinned I dont
expect to
Have you wear a smaller one for
t
Its thQ blooding brim that I object
to
Of the hat I
HOLLIFIELDQRIFFITH
WEDDING TONIGHT
A pretty home wedding will take
lace this evening tit the some of Mrs
William Hollifleld at 302 Wet Inten
dencla street when Miss Minnye tho
charming daughter of the household
will be given in marriage to Mr Leon
Cleveland Griffith Both young peo
ple have many friends In the city
and the event of tonight will be wit
1 nessed by a large number of invited
guests The bride is one of Pensa
colas most attractive young ladies
and will ben welcome addition to the
citys already charming circle of young
matrons
CtflLDRErtS PARTY AT
V PROGRESS CLUB ROOMS
An event essentially Thanksgiving
In character and one planned by a I
bevy of pretty young girls for dainty i
little children will take place on
Thanksgiving afternoon at the Pro
gress club when the members the
confirmation class of Temple BethEl
will entertain at an afternoon chll
r
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they
cannot reach the neat of the disease Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease
and in order to cure It you must take in
ternal remedIes Halls Catarrh Cure Is
taken Internally and arts directly on the
blood and mt ouR purfaces Halls Ca
tarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It
was prescribed by one of the best physi
cians In this country for years and Is a
re ular prescription It Is composed of
the best tonics Known combined with the
best blood purifiers acting directly on the
surfaces The combina
4 mucous perfect combination
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
4 duces such wonderful results in curing
Lp Catarrh Send for testimonials free
F J CHENEY k CO Props Toledo O
Sold by DrujfKlsts price 5c I
Taka Halls Family Pills for constipa
l tion
I tionr THE PURE FOOD STORE
Order Your
I I I
Groceries I
for your Thanksgiving
Dinner NOW
Our store will be closed
all day Thursday Nov
26th
I Sol Cahn Go
I
I
Agents Nunnallys
Candy
J
Phones 480 and 178
drens party between the hours of
230 and 5JO oclock
Games will be played and refre = h
ments served the event having been
prettily planned and in a manner
worthy of the young ladies who will
fill the charming role of hostesses
The members of the confirmation class
are as follows Mis = es Paula Hirsch
kovitch Gladys Cahn Eva Berlin
Hazel Jacoby Ethel Israel Miriam
Freidman Sadie Cashman and Miriam
Burgoyne
RICE BALDWIN WEDDING
THIS EVENING
The mariage of Miss Bessie Rice
and Dr J C Baldwin the latter from
Nashville Tenn will be solemnized
this evening at the home of the
brides parents Mr and Mrs W P
Rice at 1005 North Baylen street
The affair will be most attractive as
plans for one of the most beautiful
of home weddings have been made
I Miss Rice who is a beautiful girl
will prove one of the mot charming
brides of the season and it is with
deep regret that hermany local friends
I will witness her departure tonight it
being the iientIodkt the young cou
ple to enjoy a months honeymoon
trip and then to settle In Century
where Dr Baldwin will establish a
practice
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SOCIAL CARD CLUB i
MEETS TODAY
The Social Card clfrb will be enter
tained today by MrsJohn Jacobson
at No 12 North PeVUlier street Tho
hour of meeting I 330 oclock
MRS LltiDSTROM
TO BE HOSTESS
Mrs Walter Lindstrom will be host
ess this evening at the regular meeting
of the Pastime Euchre club The club
will meet at 8 oclock as usual and
the evening is anticipated with the
usual interest
PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE
AT PROGRESS CLUB
There will be progresive euchre
this evening asusual at the Progress
Club rooms These pleasant events
which are of weekly occurrence are
among the most attractive of the lo
cal social calendar and are well at
tended
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IN COMPLIMENT
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MRS PEBLEY
The New City Flinch club will be
l entertained this afternoon at the
home of Mrs FlI Williavn at her
hone on 14th street a large number
of visitors to be guests in honor of
Mrs J C Pebley who is here from
El Paso Texas and who was promi
nently connected in social circles pre
vious to her departure for the wet
Mrs Williams and the Flinch club
are fine hostessesaand the event of
this afternoon promises to be of ex
traordinary interest I x
THANKSGIVING BALL
AT PROGRESS CLUB
One of the brilliant events of the Ip
cal social season attracted attention
last night whqn a large number of
invited guests took advantage of tho
invitation of the Progress club to be
in attendance at the Thanksgiving
dance which occurred at the Knights
of Columbus hall The strains Of
sweetest melody intermingled with at
tractively attired ladTe and their es
corts served to make the scene an
entrancing one and a picture neyer to
be forgotten by those who were fortu
nate in being in attendance The hall I
which was brilliantly lighted and
tastefully decorated was filled with
an enthusiastic assemblage of guests
who enjoyed the pretty affair in a
manner which wag complimentary inj
deed to the popular club under whose
I auspices the event occurred
METHODIST LADIES
GIVE MUSICALE
The ladies of the First Methodist I i
church were hostesses at in excep
tionally clever affair last night given
at the home of Mrs Angus McMillan I
on East Gregory street Taking the
form of a musicale the event proved
one of the most pleasing in the his
tory of local church ajffairs being
much enjoyed by those who were hi
attendance Delicious refreshments
were served and a program rendered
which did credit to those who partic I
ipated and also to the ladies under
whose management the affair occur
red
C
REV WHALEY IS ILL
The family of Rev Parcival Whaley
did not leave yesterday for Charleston
S C as anticipated M account of
the fact that the doctor became too ill
to admit of his taking the journey
While his conditiouis not regarded as
serious he is tbq object Qf jnuch con
cern among his many local friends
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THE W C T U TO S
MEET TODAYt
t
The W C TV wlUrjneet this af
ternoon at 3pnv at the First Bap
tist church Mrs j Mary Newcomb
Cummings wh Is lecturer for the na
I tional organization will be present
1i
ca =
SATISFYING Luzianne
Its quality blending and fresh I
ness make Its flavor Just right C O ee
y
Sold everywhere 25 cents 1lb can
THE REILYTAYLOR COMPANY
NEW ORLEANS U S A
Consolidated Grocery Co DistrIbutors Pensacola
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and the ladies are cordially invited to
attend what promises to be an un
usually pleasant evening
MRS BASS WILL ENTERTAIN
BROWNING CLUB
Mrs O Bass will be the next hos
tess of the Browning Club The meet
ing will take place one week from
Saturday and an interesting course
of study is planned for the naxt few
meetings of special interest in fact
to tfie members of the delightful cluT
an intellectual club of which Pen
sacola may well be proud
MRS JOHN BAILEY
IN NEW ORLEANS
The following from the Xew Or
leans TimesDemocrat will be of in
terest to the many friends of the Pen
sacola lady mentioned
Mrs John Bailey of Pensacola
Fla who is the guest at Jackson Bar
racks of Capt and Mrs Louis Chappe
lear will be entertained informally
this week on severaf occasions This
evening lrs Helen G Loeber will en
tertain for her informally dinner
and later at bridge and she will be
the guest for cards In the afternoon
Friday of Mrs Joffn W Phillips
A POPULAR LITTLE
GIRL ENTERTAINED
Little Miss Margaret the fiveyear
old daughter of Mr and Mrs T BI
Thorsen played hostess yesterday Af
ternoon at the home of her parents
on West Government street when a
number of her little friends and sprae
of those who were not so little gath
ered to assist her in the celebration
of her birthday The house had bVen
beautifully decorated in chrysanthe
mums and a dainty repast prepare
for the guests prominent among
which was a large birthday cake sur
rounded by five flaming candles
A large number of attractive birth
day gifts were received by the little
maid who is much admired by a large
concourse of local friends Those
present yesterday were as follows
Margaret Thorsen Helen White Hil
da Hallmark May White Edna Beidel
Minnie Velasco Ruth Pfeiffer Mae
Pohlman Georgiana Velasco Henry
Thorsen Willie Otto and Frank
Pfeiffer Robert Howland Whiting An
drew Webster Berry Alvin and Bus
ter White Everoid Aikens little Ed
ward Peake and nurse and Me dames
T B Thorsen Ed Peake Etta White
Belle Andrews N J Ullard and
Misses Dora and Qora Pfeiffer Ma
rion Saundqrs Lena and GeorgriA
Bjornsen and Leola Berry
S
MISS CALDWELL ENTERTAINED
TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Fannie Caldwell was ho3ess at
the regular meeting of the Tuesday
Bridge Club yesterday afternoon at
her home on West Gadsden street the
usually interesting time characterisle
to the popular club having been en
joyed Miss Caldwell is popular in
local circles and a clever hostess
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TUESDAY EUCHRE WITH
MRS DR HIGGINS
Mrs Dr Higgins entertained the
Tuesday Euchre Club yesterday after
noon at her hospitable home at No
28 Vest Gadsden street The first
prize was won by Mrs Osgood Anson
Miss Willard having been successful
in carrying off the conolation The
next meeting of the club will occur
at the home of Mrs Fred Marsh on
Spring street
EAST HILL EUCHRE
CLUB WAS ENTERTAINED
The East Hill Euchre Club was
pleasant entertained yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs L M Da
vis on Leo street An enjoyable af
ternoon was reported by those who
were in attendance the beauty of the
prizes all of which were of sterling
Silver having been remarked upon
Mrs Geo Hoffman was awarded the
first prize a pickle fork while Mrs
Will Ferguson received two prizes the
consolation and the lone hand which
were a hat pn and call bell respect
ively Mrs JM Clutter was present
edwith a thiiable asa booby prize
Mrs Will Ferguson will be the clubs
next hostess at her home on East
Gadsden street
S
MARRIED LADIES
MEETING
EUCHRE Mrs Voges was the hostess at the I
regular meeting of the Married La
dies Euchre Club at her home on
West Chase street yesterday a de
lightful time having been enjoyed by
the ladies Mrs M L Roch won first
favors Mrs Joe Roch having been
awarded the consolation Mrs Francis
Blumer will entertain the club on next
Tuesday at her home on East Govern
ment street
1
Y M C A BOYS ENTER
TAINED LAST NIGHT
The Working Boys Club of the Y
M C A entertained last night at the
association building a rare treat Cav
ing been in store for those who were
in attendance
Refreshment were served and a
good time generally enjoyed by the i
members and by those who had been
invited in to share the fun This club
is one of the most valuable of the
many suborganizations of the parent
association and much good work is
expected from the bright boys who
compose the splendidly organized
clubPERSONAL
PERSONAL MENTION
Mr and Mrs T J Barton and Miss
Nancy left recently for Norfolk Va
to be the guests of relatives and
friends for an indefinite period
Mrs A M Lappington of Mobile I
accompanied by her two children Mil
ton Wood and John will spend
Thanksgiving at the home of her par
ents Mr and Mrs Jno Vood Mrs
Lappington and the boys will remain
until after the holidays
Mrl Ly < iia J Newcomb Cumiaing
lecturer for the National W C T U
ls the guest of MrS Wm Bessey at
616 East Gadsen street
Mr Sydney Lgvy is Jn New Orleans
on a short business tip
The many friends of Mrs Victor
Hoist Sr who recently underwent an
operation will be pleased to learn
that she is able to sit up at her home
on the bay sho
I
Miss Ruby R Johnson has returned
home from a three months visit with
her cousin Mrs E D Thrasher of
Montgomery
Mt Jake Grosskitpf who has been
the guest of his mother Mrs E
Grosskupf on Gregory street left yes
terday for Apalachicola and other
Florida points on business
The many friends of Mr and Mrs
Wm R Johnson are congraulating
them over the arrival of a little daugh I
tel I
Mrs Jas MacGibbon will spend
Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs
M E Boyle in New Orleans
Born To Mr and Mrs Paul Clarke
at their home in Washington a son
Mr and Mrs M R King are re
ceiving congratulations over the birth
Ol a son
THANKSGIVING FASHION HINTS
All journeying and visiting the year
round sink into insignificance when
comparqd to those of Thanksgiving
week It matters not whether the
young folks are going home to the
I I
GOLD DUST is better than soap
and elbow grease for pots and pans I
It digs deep into cracks and corners
and sterilizes everything it touches
I
There is nothing about the kitchen which collects so
much dirt grease and grime as pots and pans and there is
nothing that will clean them so quickly easily and thor
oughly as GOLD DUST
GOLD DUST cleanses until the last evidence of dirt
l has gone and removes every trace of germ life
You are probably not aware that pots and pans which
are used constantly contain hidden nests of little wigglers i
I germs of putrefaction and
decay GOLD DUST I
removes these because jt
I
sterilizes as well as cleans
and leaves your utensils
clean pure wholesome Iim
safe S
safeGOLD 60W
GOLD DUST will 4
work wonders in cleans
ing and polishing milk
I cans pails bottles and
I dairy utensils pots pans
and kettles
ultt tie GOLD DUST Tifbi da gmtr tern
Made by THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY
IMade
Makers of FAIRYSOAP the oval jke
t
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MR JOHN KINNEY
A Prominent Indianapolis Lawyer
Says After Grippe Take Vinol
it Built Me Up and Made Me
Feel Strong
The grippe left me in a nervous
weakened rundown condition Noth
ing seemed to restore my strength
At last I tried mol with the very
best results It built me up and made
made me feel like a different man and
I am now better and stronger than I
have been for years Joan Kinney
Indianapolis Ind
This is because Vinol is a genuine
tonic and bojy builder which con
tains peptonate of iron together with
every one of the bodybuilding medi
cinal elements of cod liver oil hue
without one drop of oil to upset the
stomach and retard its work Vinol
acts directly on the stomach creates
a healthy appetite and enables the
digestive organs to obtain the neces
sary elements from the food eaten to
make rich red blood healthy flesh
and muscle tissue and create
strength
Your money back if Vinol fails to
Ibenefit Whites Pharmacy Pensa
cola Fla
old or the old are coming to town to
visit the young whether the working
girl is fleeing the big city for a draft
of country air and a glimpse of
homey faces or the petted daugh
ter of millions is planning a trip in
her private car to her dearest enemy
in the latter palatial country home
the instinct to make the very best
appearance is uppermost in the femin
ine mind
wouldl1t
I wouldirt have Molly and Jim be
ashamed of me for the world ex
claims the mother on the farm as she
and the village dressmaker nut new
silk braid on the oftremade gown
and add a finishing touch of real lace
from the trunk in the attic
I must get my new crepe de chine
blouse finished murmurs the tired
stenographer as she turns the lamp up
a little higher and gets out her sew
ing things Mother would be disap
pointed if I didnt wear home some
thing new
Put in my painted gauze dinner
frock and my rope of pearls Miss
Millions bid her maid then adds that
Miss Dressers Thanksgiving dinners
are always the smartest ev er
And so you see pretty frocks give
the turkey gobbler and all his sav
ory trimmings a close run on Thanks
giving day
What will you see in the way of
gowns at the dinner table
Something soft and supple and shin
ing be sure of that And hair dress
ed extremely low with nany ban
deaux or ribbons twisted through
softly waved tresses and the quaint
est jewelry in the oldest settings that
the family chest will disgorge
The dinner gown of 10089 is a
dream of beauty whatever its fabric
For the uptodate fabric is soft and
clinging calculated to make the wear
er look slender and made into a mode
which gives the longest possible lines
to de feminine figure Above all
things the dinner frock must be either
in one piece or give that effect The
girdle must be of precisely the same I
tone and seem to be a part nfit a
nfere adjunct or accessory of the
gown
For the dinner gown if your purse
will permit choose crepe meteor or
directoiro satin The former costs
250 a yard up and runs fortytwo or
fortyfive inches wide The second
costs from 99 cents a yard up and is
thirtysix inches wide Messaline is
almost as hhimmery as the drectoire
satin but is narrower and can be
bought at 59 cents a yard up Next to
the various silks a most desirable fa
bric is cashmere in light weight or
e n Henrietta cloth but tio not
choose a voile this reason It would
be decidely pase A lovely dinner
gown fabricls silk rquisette which
should be made over a messaline lin
ing Supple velvets are worn by ma
trons of midlle age or older but they
are not suitable for younger women
Chiffon cloth remains popular for din
ner frocks to be worn after candle
light and hand painted chiffons are
among the seasons novelties Only
transparent fabrics are now marie up
over taffeta linings
A charming trimming for cashmere
or henrietta dinner frocks it messa
line satin in selftone with matching
sash and a tucker and halfsleeves
of good lace or fine net Ecru nets
embroidered in colors harmonious
with the cashmere and a novelty trim
ming or passementerie to outline the
tucker will give a smart touch to the
costume
Iong buckles and slides are much
used to set off both silk and velvet
gowns and rhinestones are used in
enormous quantities for both buckles
and buttons Buttons of all sorts and
sizes are combined with braid for
trimmings and fringe is used almost
exclusively on the tunic frocks
A clever imitation of the onepiece
frock is shown which is in every way
suitable for wear at the Thanksgiving
dinner table The fabric employed in
the model was a soft golden brown
messaline with tiny figures embroid
ered in a slightly deeper shade A
fancy silk braid matching the em
broidered figure was used to finish the
bottom of the skirt outline the blouse
j
and furnish bows for the half sleeves J
The yoke was of point de Venise but
any pretty figured net could be sub I
stituted The high corselet skirt is I
so draped that it seems to join the
folds of the blouse This frock could
be Duplicated in any of the plain silks I
or satins crepe de chine or cash
mere and for the longwaisted woman
a postillion sash could be added
The high eck d gown of course Is
the only one permissible for the din
ner table at noon or thereabouts but
for evening dinners a lownecked
frock is in better form A lovely de
sign for this purpose developed in the
handpainted chiffon of1 which I have
spoken before Is shown Bordered
goods of any supple sort will develop
well in this design but for a low
necked gown silk satin mull or chif
fon should be used Cashmeres are a
trifle heavy for lownecked frocks
Lovely printed mulls in bordered de
sign can be picked un now for a
song and with folds and sash ot ales
saline over silk slips make ideal din
ner gowns
And finally a few tips about the suit
in which you journey to the scene of
Thanksgiving festivities Be sure you
have a rather long coat with pointed
tails and a narrdw skirt Your hat
should be as broad as your skirt is
narrow and your wings large stiff and
matching in color the material used in
your suit One of thd smartest com
binations is a suit of London snoke
or gray cloth trimmed with wide
braid and satin buttons a matching
hat trimmed with selftone velvet an
a dash of flame color satin in the folds
and flamecolored wings
S
MEALS FOR A DAY
Wednesday November 25
BREAKFAST
Grape Fruit
Shredded Wheat Biscuit with Fruit
Juice
Scrambled Brains Poached Eggs
German Fried Potatoes
o Toast Coffee
LUNCHEON
Salmon Loaf Boston Baked Bens
Pepper Salad
NabIsco Preserved Cherries
Tea
DINNER
Cream of Celery Soup
Roast Pork With Apple Sauce
Baked Sweet Potatoes s
Creamed Cauliflower Spinach With
ERS
Egg Salad
Whipped Cream Cake
American Cheese
Nuts Coffee
TO MAKE BETTER DESSERTS
Use the best extra tsBiue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla They are true
extracts pure fine excellent
The El Proviso 5c Cigar
is the best quality smoke in
the United States Fpr sale
by Imperial Cigar Stores
Where is the Man a
U
HARRIS
Soeetaf to T1te vournat
Harris Nov 24Qapt Asa Ward
has gone to Pryors mill with the
Honor loaded with brick and will load
back with machinery for Pensacola
Miss Fannie Condon went to Pena
cola Saturday on the launch Bells to
visit friends
W H Wick and Henry Williams re
turned Saturday from Milton where
they made final proof pf their home
steads
Mrs E G McGuire and Noby Spots
wood spent Sunday at Capt Asa
Wards I
Mrs Annie G Harris and MVs E
G McGuire were callers in the family
of D R King at High Tower Satur
day evening
ITS A CRIME
to neglect your health The worst
neglect that you can be guilty of is
to allow constipation biliousness or
any liver or bowel1 trouble to continue
It js poisoning your entire system and
may lead to a serious chronic disease
Take Ballards Herbine and get abso
lutely well The sure cure for any
and all troubles of the stomach liver
and bowels
Sold and recommended by W A
DAlemberte druggist and apothacary
121 South Palafox street Pensacola
Fla
Of course youre going to
eat Whitmans Candies at
the Thanksgiving Feast
that is if youre particular
Pound boxes and up de
livered till noon Thank giv
ing Day Phone 453 The
Crystal Pharniacy
BOGGY
I
Soeclal to The Journal
Boggy Nov 24The Boggy Mill
Co is now running its plant on full
time cutting about 21000 board feet
per day
The mill of the Consolidated Land
Lumber Co will be ready to start
up within a short time
Boggy becoming one of the best
towns in this 0 section The name
Boggy signifies that it Is bogged up
with business There are about ten
buildings in the course of construction
and everyone is busy New families
are locating rapidly and at the pres
ent time the town ha8 four stores two
mills and two stills
Economical customers pre
fer washing at the Empire
GARNIERS
Special to The Journal
Garniers Nov 4Stephen Edge
of Crestview is delivering rosin and
turpentine at the Davis landing for
the Ray McDuffie still at Green
Pond
Blaney Brooks of Camp Walton
was up to the Davis landing Saturday
with freight
Treatment for Crap
I If your child iaserer had croup you need
no description of tbd symptoms bat to the
inexperienced the peculiar ringing cough ia
often unnoticed until the dittease u well un
der way A child may gQ to be4 at night ia
his usual health except perhapjs a cola only I
to awaken a few hours later witk a well de
veloped attack of croup and the remainder I
of the night ia spent by the anxious parents
in trying to reline iua fuflferiuff which is
usually more or less experimental It is
usually difficult to secure the aerrices Of a
physician in the middle of thenight and he j
should nerer bs depended upon the case
must be treated at once A bottle of Cham I
berlains Cough Remedy in he hpuse will I
ave anxiety expense and perhaps the life
of the child When this mediciao is give j
< t the first indication of croup the attack
may be avoided and even after the croup
cough has appear diCitl prevent the at
tack We have never known it to fail t
effect a cure in any cue of croup and it is I
we believe in mote general we in the United
States for that disease than any oter remedirij
I remedirijI
IVJelt the millions of
cakes of Ivory Soap
which were sold last
year into one gigantic
cake and it would be
bigger than the biggest
battleship that floats
Isnt that wonder
ful you say Shows
what advertising will
do doesnt it11
Yes s And it also
shows how great is the
demand for a pure soap
that sells at a fair price
Ivory Soap
994100 Per Cent Pure
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LATEST FAD IN
HAIR GOODS
Coronet Puffs wavy and
straight switches fluffy hair
rolls Hair nets in different
shades Best goods at lowest
prices at
Mrs Nordstroms Millinery
No 11 East Intendencia St
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A SPECIAL
LOT OF
TRIMMED HATS
ToDay at
498L
MISS HERRIMAN
5 South Palafox St
QUALITY COUNTS
THE H
I SHEATH
S PUMP
Something entirely new
Have you seen it Just re
ceived by express dainty
pretty and fetching
400 PAIR
All sizes
For ladies who appreciate
newness I
MEYER SHOE CO
Feet Furnishers For Folks J
102 South Palafox St
Hoyt Bros
Co
14 West Garden
Phone 812
We have just received
a consignment of Cran
berries Nuts Candies
e
Crystallized Fruits Pre
I serves Jellies Cakes etc
I
t
This store will be
closed all day Thursday
t Thanksgiving Day
Ir
It
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l I
I COTTRELL
Fine
PHOTOGRAPHS
Pensacola Fla
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