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THE ENSACQLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING MAY 28 1909 < d
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By donnle Burnham
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SOCIAL CALENDAR
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FRIDAY
4 Social Card Clubhostess Mrs Walter Lindstrom on West >
Government street
SATURDAY
Meeting of Le Cercle Francais at library of School No 1
1030 a m
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THE CHILD IN THE MIDST 1
When tae lord of the great and the I
little I
The potter whose hand shapes our
clay I
Seta a child in the midst of the mar
ket i
Where fhe worldpeople chaffer all its
day
Sets a cnild with its innocent ques i
tions i
Its flowerface Jlmpled and fine i
In the very hearts core of the cla
mor 1
A thought of the Maker Divine iI
And men in their lust for dominion I
Thelr mad ess IOr silver and sold
Crush the beauty and charm from tha
spirit j
Make the flowerface withered and I
old
Bind the hands and the feet with a
tether
That childhood can never untIe
Deem not that Jehovah unheeding
Looks flown from the heights of
the sky
He sees tho we think him unseeing
He knows when the factory wheels
Grind down to the lifeblood of chil i
1 dren I
When the poor little bondservant 1
kneels
In the pang of its frightful abase
ment
Tho aU4nen are deaf to Its prayer
There is coming a dark day of judg
ment
And the Lord of the child will be
ther
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The child in thamltist as weve mar
r edit
Bentshouldered dulleyed and art
Asfilav
rt 2 I I
That cringes at word and at fetter
That cries for the rear of the grave
With our free flag unfolding above
it
So free from the pine to the balm
And our scarred pallid children be
neath it
Therefc a jar in the lilt of our
psalm
From the mine where the midnight
engulfs it
From the mine where the clogged
I air is thick
W4th > the dust of the weaving that
caokes it
From the home where Its fevered
and sick I
With mans toil when God meant It
for gladness
The child in the midst in our clay
Godmolded greedmarred calls to
heaven c
For the vengeance were daring this
day
Exchange
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DR CALDWELL SPOKE LAST
NIGHT AT UNIVERASLIST
CHURCH
The New Psychology proved to be
the subject of a very able discourse
given last night by Dr J W Cald
well at the First Universalist church
a large audience having been in at
tendance A professor In the theo
logical department ot Lombard col
lege at Gajebirrg Ill the doctor
proved eminently fitted to handle the I
subject which he had chosen and his
discourse was a delight and revela I
tion throughout the entire evening
He spcko in an especially masterful I
anner and was not only very con
Hows This
We offer One Hundred Dollars RCWlJd
or any case of Catarrh that cannot be
ured by Halls Catarrh Cure
F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0
Wo the undersigned have known F J
Cheney for tho test 15 years and believe
aim perfectly lionorablo In all business
transactions and financially able to carry I
Slit any obligations made bv his firm
WALKING KJNNAN MARVIN
Wboesalp Druggists Toledo O
Halls Catarrh Cure Is tnken Internally
ictlns directly upon the blood and mu
OU1l surfaces of the system Testimonials
tent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by
all Druggists
Take Halls Family Pills for constlpa
lion
1040 Pensacola to Mem
phis Tenn and return Tick i
ets sold June 5 6 and 7th
Limit June 14 Privilege of
extension to July 1st Liberal
stopovers on return
J W LURTON
D1Pi
vmcing in his argument but brIght
capable and entertaining to a pleas
ing degree Dr Caldwell during hIe
stay in the city Is at the home of Mrs
T C Credllle whose son It will be
remembered is a student at Lombard
where Dr Caldwell holds an Impor
tant position
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MISS MEL LEVY WON FIRST
HONORS
Miss Mel Levy was the fortunate
winner of the prize at the Progressive
Euchre party given on Wednesday at 1
the Progress club The evening was
an especially pleasant one and MIss
Levys friends are congratulating her
on her good fortune
SOCIAL CARD CLUB WITH MRS
WALTER LINDSTROM TODAY
Today is the regular meeting Jay
of the Social Card club and Mrs
Walter Lindstrom is to be hostess ai
her hospitable home on West Govern
ment street This well known Fridaj
club is noted for its pleasant affairs I
and the event of this afternoon will
be no exception to the well estab
lished rule
THE REV FATHER BRADY AT
TENDED SACRED HEART
FESTIVAL
The Rev Father Brady of St
Johns Catholic chutch of Warring
ton attended the lpwn festival at
the Sacred Heart church last night
having spent a pleasant hour among
Father Turners people Father Brady
an always welcomed in Pensacola 1
There he Is the possessor of many I
staunch friends
IN HONOR OF DR
ROYCE
Mr and Mrs H Baars entertained
I Wednesday night at their beautiful
place Cordova Park with a dinner
given for Dr Royce pastor of Christ
church The guests of Mr and Mrs
Baars were Dr Royce Judge and
Mrs J C Avery Mr and Mrs Scar
ntt Moreno Dr and Mrs Renshaw
lJrand Mrs J Ernest Baars and
Mr Theo Baars
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THURSDAY MORNING BRIDGE
WITH MISS CHIPLEY
Miss Elise Chipley was hostess at
the regular meeting of the Thursday
Morning Bridge club yesterday the
morning having been one oC pleas
ure to all whp were present Mrs
Waterman won first honors The
next meeting will be wiQ Miss Mene
fee at the Country club Members
arc requested to take the 101 car
SAD NEWS FROM MRS E
H KIRBY
Mr E H Kirby received a tele
gram last night from his wife who is
the guest of her parents at East Mo
I riches N Y stating that her father
fell dead yesterday morning Mrs
Kirbys misfortune will be generally
tegretted by her large number of local
friends as she IB well known and
held in high esteem here She is accompanied
ompanied on her trip by ber daugh
ter Miss Florence Further news of
tho deplorable affair Is being anx
oUsly awaited
ONEILLSIMMONS WEDDING
LAST NIGHT
The marriage Oe Miss Sallie ONeill
md Mr James Reilly Simmons took
lace last night tho Rev J W Sen
erfltt officiating The young people
Iareboth well and most favorably
known locally and the news of their
narriage will be interesting to their
arge number of friends Miss ONeill
Is one of the popular glrlsof the city
imi Mr Simmons is connected with
he local police force They will be
at home to their friends on West
iomana street
NEW CITY FLINCH MEETS WITH
MRS WYLIE MDAVID
A delightful meeting of the New
3ity Flinch club took place yester
Jar afternoon at Jshe home of Mrs
V > lie McDavid Lakevlew avenue
he hostess having been assisted by
ier sisters the Misses Duncan The
beautiful home was made especially
attractive with floral effects every
eature of the afternoon having been
leasing and very appropriate to the
May day meeting of this well known
lub There were Jour tables of
linen players the refreshments hav
ng been cream cake and delicious
homemade candy The next meeting
will take place at the home of Mrs
A Born on Stoddard avenue
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PRETTY SENTIMENT ENTWINEC
ABOUT U D C PICNIC J
There Is an especially pretty sent
ment entwined about the plans o
the U D C picnic which is to occur
on Thursday night when the Daugil
ters will combine efforts to give the
grand old boys In grey one of the
bright spots in the routine of the year
and to leave no moment of the day
bereft of some mark of interest to
the honored guests of the occasion
Its a worthy beautiful effort too thIs
coming occasion and one which li
thoroughly appreciated by the vete
ran who know thatevery Daughtei
of the Confederacy deems it a pleas
ant duty indeed to scatter what gar
lands she may down the declining
paths of the glorious heydey of life
to the slanting sun glints which are
showing now a harbinger of worlds
and conquests yet to come
The entire day as has been an
nounced will be given over to pleas
urable pursuits and the evening will
be one of unusual Interest when ii
Is considered that the eclipse of the
moon will be viewed from sweet
southern twilight over waters that
are limpid and cool and witching In
their magic charm
The Daughters in truth could not
have well chosen more beautiful set
ting for the event of Thursday and
much loving interest is being taken
in events as they are to transpire
AT THE SACRED HEART
LAST NIGHT
Last night witnessed the close or
the fine lawn festival which has been
taking place on the Sacred Heart
grounds during the past two days
success having crowned the worthy
land very novel efforts in a most
satisfactory degree Crowds thronged
the place until a late hour there hay
ing been many delightful features
planned for tho entertainment ol
those who were present The musical
features of the evening which were
exceptionally meritorious were in the
bands of Prof Seels orchestra and
the Knights of Columbus Glee club
every number having been very well
received and worthy of particular
mention the following numbers hay
ing comprised the program
1 Orchestra
a Tower of London Qumann
b March Grotesque Marcelive
2 Male Chorus Forsaken Koschat
K of C Glee club
3 Cornet Solo selected Sig Fran
cesco Palatan
4 Overture Rose lAmour orches
tra
5 Baratone Solo selected Mr Ger
ald Oiiina
6 Eleanor Robson March orches
tra
7 Sliding J hnA Trombone eeze I
Mr E L Knipper
8 Male Chorus
a What Beams so Brigatly
Krutzer
fb Give Me the Waltz Boys
H Grand Finale orchestra
The hUge 37pound stick of candy
presented by Miss Sadie McHugh was
carried off by Mrs Jos Quina
In the diamond ring vote Miss Mo
deste Muller was victorious with 373
votes Miss Mamie Hall having been
second with 110 votes and Miss Al
fred third vith 84 votes The ring
which Is anT attractive one Indeed was
presented last night
IN HONOR OF MRS R H
HYER
The following appears In a recent
ssue of the Eufanla Dally Times and
will be of interest here
Saturday afternoon the elegant
Dean home on North Randolph
treet was the scene of one of the
most beautiful functions ever given
in this city when Mrs L Y Dean
rnd her daughters Mesdames J B
Reese T L Moore and C IC Hart
cell entertained in honor of Mrs
Robert Hyer of Pensacola Fla At
he imposing entrance beneath a blaze
oC Chautauqua colors oranges and
black little Blisses Moore and Hyer
eceived cards and on toe enclosed
orch amid a glow of Nasturtiums
md Japanese decorations Miss ayer
irjd Nana Dent served punch In
he drawing room where the receiving
arty stood exquisite roses in pro
union bloomed everywhere Mrs E
T Long played during the calling
hours many of her beautiful select
ions and some of Eufaulas most
iplen Id voices added to the charm
if the hour among them Mrs O S
Viliirms Mrs C S McDowell Jr
md Mrs C G Caldwell In the
outh drawing room where Misses
larjorie Long Marie Locke Cathe
ine Dent and Nettle Freeman served
leliclous refreshments the decora
ions were artistic beyond description
Green bowls and tall cut glass vases
held daises their white pearls and
older hearts massed amid feathery
maiden hair ferns This room re
ninded one of fairy land In the
pacicus hallway where Mesdames
C A Locke Ida Foy Pitts and E Y
Dent greeted the guests all was
varIed green in lovely shades Mag
ilficent ferns and palms stood out In
told relief against handsome furnish
ngs and the glow of tinted lights
made a scene of rare beauty Mrs
Iyer the honored guest Is a be uti
fill woman with the most charming
Soethlng Good ho LezLz
LUZIANNE COFFEE
U Jet FRESH STRONG PRAGRAT
L SATISFYING
d
t t1 Tvo Million Cups Drunk Daily
h7
SeM everywhere 25 cti j 11
r1i REILYTAYLOR CO
3 N EW O LEANStJSA
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grace She wore an exquisite saUn
and lace toilette Mrs Lear wore
pearl grey silk Mrs Moor and Mr
Hartzell white satin and Mrs Rees
sea shell pink satin A group of as
charming or as handsomely attired
women is seldom ever seen The re
ception was beautiful brilliant and
every way delightful
TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO THE
LATE SENATOR WILLIAM JAME
BRYAN
Those who had the pleasure or
personally meeting the late Senator
William J Bryan of Florida when
a few months previous to his deat
he visited this city to meet the pea
pie and to view the barbor which iIe
did in company with the members of
the Chamber of Commerce will learn
with sympathetic interest that a pIc
ture ot Floridas late lamented Bo
senator aas been presented to Brya
hall at the Florida State college for
Women where it has been installe
with appropriate and touching cere
monies The picture is a gift of Hoi
Nathan Bryan brother of the be
loved dead
LADIES CONDUCTED FINE PIC
NIC AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF
YESTERDAY
Despite the threatening aspect or
the weather crowds were present yes
terday afternoon at the picnic give n
Hi Magnolia Bluff by the Ladles Aux
illary to the B of L E a numbe
of interesting events having bee
planned for toe entertainment or
those who were present Postpone
from Tuesday afternoon the event
appeared to have only increased In
interest dancing boating bathing
and fish chowder being among the fea
tures of the afternoon and evening
all present having been enthusiast
over the treatment received at the
hands of this worthy organization
The ladies arc to be congratulate
with regard to the success of the
affair which proved one of the most
pleasant events which has so far oc
curred this season
MUCH DISAPPOINTMENT FELT
WITH REGARD GOLF
RESULTS
Enthusiasm had reached a big
pitch around the Osceola club and
iu local golf circles generally whe
the news was flashed down the coun
try on Tuesday night that Mr E
Us Knowles had come out vIctorious
In the preliminaries at the Memphis
Golf Tournament thus putting him
In direct line for the Southern gol
tournament which i3 to be decided
An unfortunate error occurring how
ever caused by a miscount which
Knowles himself discovered change
the score to a tie between himself
and Jack Edrington the Memphi
champion In the 18 hole play of
ordered by the ommittee Edringtoi
won with 78 against Knowless 83
There have been many here who hav
been watching events with interest
find genuine regret is felt as to the
unfortunate occnrence which has de
prived PensacoIaMof the coveted cham
pionsbip
LdJIV
JUDGES oF GOLD MEDAL
CONTEST V
This evening will be influenced b
in intellectual sentimental and so
sial significance whioh will be di
ectly traceable tfie faculty of the
3oysr High School and its students
who under their professor Robert A
tfickle are enlisted In the gold meda
contests the distinctions in which are
to be carefully igl1ed by the fol
owing judges Dx SJatthew Brews
ter Dr Irwin Craighead Hon Stew
art Brooks Dr McCormick and Mr
Sydney Prince There is room in our
hEarts or each of us to inspire a
thoughtful sincere grateful and personal
onal tribute to the work of the year
of the young people who are the
cming men of Mobile and who are
to represent its intellect in the litera
ture music and the world of sports
Following the exercIses and pre
entation of medals a hop will bo
g ven and the names of the chape
ones of the evening given are Dr
uid Mrs Matthew Brewster Dr and
Irs Irwin Craighead Dr and Mrs
H T Inge Mr and Mrs Leslie
Baylor Mr and Mrs John Mont
tOJI Mr and Mrs H W Leinkaul
Irs Electra Semmes Colston Mrs
rene Mickle Miss Edith Duffy Miss
Nary Cockrill Miss Aline Bright
Miss Edith Marechal Mr and Mrs
Francis R Peterson Mrs E L Ru
sel and Mrs George W Coates
The contest and hop are both ta
e held at German Relief Hall at S
clock Yesterdays Mobile Item
THE LATEST SHADE
cay not just strike your fancy but ie
cu order Blue Ribbon vanilla ex
rart it is sure to please as the tit
vor Is perfect
Excursion today to battle
hip Mississippi every2hours
J aunch Lenore 713 SPalafox
PERSONAL MENTION
Mr Allen Muir of Muscogee was
In the city yesterday on business
Mr Dukes of the Montgomery Ad
ertiser is in town for a day or two
Mr and Mrs Fred Winkler who
hnve been visiting relatives for sev
eral weeks past left last night on
the Manteo for their home in Fort
J ackson La
Miss Duncan a popular South Flor
Ida girl will spend a few weeks here
the guest of her aunt and uncle Mr
and Mrs Chas Cottrell and another
aunt Mrs Peet Miss Duncan is a
tudent at the Tallahassee College
for Women and will spend a part of
1er vacation h rc
A SMILE
is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
ben youre blue bilious and out of
sorts There is a sure cure for all
Inds of stomach and liver complaints
constipation and dyspepsia Bal
l jrds Herbine is mild yet absolutely
ffective In all cases Sold by W A
nAleUtberte
HOWELL
Special to The Journal
Howell May 25Mrs G W Tay
lor was a visitor at Howell Tuesday
Mrs X B Robert visited Mrs D
J Howell Sunday
Ajnons those who attended Sunday
scheol from Garalers were Mrs E
A Mooney Mr and Mrs Farris Mr
iff 3Irs Joe Steele and Miss Bes
Why Darn II iUN
Stockings j
ByI1andj
Ytu Can fit
I Fret Ltsstns L ItTO MY
32 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Dont Disappoint
The Sweet Girl Graduate
The ideal gift for the graduateyoung lady or gentleman
Is a beautiful article of permanent character
Jewelry is the Ideal Gift
We have made special preparation for this season and are
showing JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS and OTHER
GEMS Sterling Silver Novelties Toilet Pieces and Sets We
show an exceedingly large number of Items at popular prices
all of the high quality for which we are noted
Peter Lindenstruth
THE JEWELER
sie Brown and R H Uttlefield
Mr Taylor Craig of Holt spent
Saturday night and Sunday with J
J Wekley
After attending Sunday school at
Howell Sunday Misses Mary and An
nie Wieekley accompanied by their
brother Leon Weeflley visited ths
home of Mrs D J Howell
Chamberlains Cough Remedy is
sold on a guarantee that if you are
not satisfied after using twothirds of
a bottle according to directions your
money will be refunded It is up to
you to try
Special Saturday Only
Decorated German China
Cups and Saucers lOc Pen
sacola Crockery Company
MEALS FOR A DAY
Friday May 28
BREAKFAST
Eggs Scrambled With Parsley
Popovers
Saratoga Chips
Cafe nu LIt
The Journal
LUNCHEON
Salmon steaks
Baked Potatoes
Brown Bread and Butter
Cookies
Tea Milk
DINNER
Split Pea Soup With Croutons
Roast Sheephead Stuffed
New Potatoes
Spinlch With Egg
String Beans
Lettuce French Dressing
Strawberry Shortcake
Whipped Cream
Cheese
Cafe Noir
HI
BOWMANVILLE
Bowmanville May 27The crops
of this section are looking very favor
able and the farmers are enjoying the
local showers
Mrs R M Bowman and children
are spending the week in Foshee Ala
with her mother who is very sick
Mrs E H Brewton and children
of Pensacola are visiting friends and
relatives here this week
Mr and Mrs O J Fowler of Mo
line were visitors here Sunday
Miss Lucy Entcrkin is on the sick
list this week
R M Bowman returned from Pen
sacola yesterday
R Brewton and family spent Sun
day last with Mr and Mrs R J Bow
man D J Entcrldn made a flying trip to
Pensacola this week
Mr and Mrs J Godwin of Wig
gins were visitors here last Sunday
Miss Dollie Elliott spent last Sat
urday and Sunday in Flomaton
J L Godwin and Z M Bowman
made a trip to the Mineral Springs
Sunday
Mrs L C Bowman visited Mrs W
P Bowman of McDavid
FALCO
Falco May 27Dr R L Miller
spent several days in our berg last
week the guest of his son Fred
C F Lewis who was formerly
sawyer at this mill returned last
week and will handle the saw here
again for a month or so while the
regular sawyer J W Miller Is taking
a rest
Dr A H Miller has just returned
from a sIx days trip to Florence in
north Alabama as a representative to
the grand lodge Knights of Pythias
and says that the entertainment of
the grand lodge by the good people
of Florence was simply grand
J B Williams went to Mobile last
week and purchased a small ice plant
that will be installed at this place
for the convenience of the DeoDle of
Falco d surrounding country In
getitng ice cheap and handily
Mrs Eliza Miller Is spending a few
days with fagr son Fred in Falco
this week as she is expected to de
part for Texas about June 5th
Mrs J P Shackney will leave Fri
day fora months pleasure trip to
relatives and friends at Millville
Panama City Mobile and other points
The Woodmen held a very enthus
iastic meeting in their lodge Satur
day night and in the course of the
meeting a poor widow and five chil
dren were reported In very destitute
circum stariees Contributions were
called for by Dr A HMiller for their
relief and in less than three minutes
513 was subscribed for her every
member present contributing and in
less than one hour from the adjourn
ment of the meeting she was well
supplied with what she absolutely
needed
COTTAGE HILL
Sp6efa to The Journal
Cottage Hill May 27Lce White
I
Drawing and Painting
Miss Chandlers Summer Classes In
Drawing and Painting will begin
Tuesday June 2nd 900 a m
Saturday June 6th 900 a m
Studfo 114 West Chase St Phone 1540
came home Saturday on a short visit
to home folk
The baseball game last Saturday
Roberts vs Cottage Hill stood 27 to
11 in favor of the Cottage Hill
John McDonald is the proud and
happy possessor of a bouncing and
hearty baby boy John Phillips
Mr Kerr Is erecting a new house
on his property at Cottage Hill
A merry crowd of young people
dropped in on Mr and Mrs Corf man
Saturday night and passed the time
pleasantly at games and music
Quite a number of Roberts young
people attended the ball game here
last Saturday
The W C T U session was held
Sunday at 11 oclock a m with the
president Mrs Hahn presiding and
appointed delegates to the district
convention to be held in Pensacola on
Thursday the 27th Inst
The young peoples meeting Sun
day night was interesting and suc
cessful The business meeting closed
with the addition of four new mem
bers Next Saturday is the day selected
for the school picnic at Becks lake
A fish fry is to be one of the inter
esting features if the fish can be
caught This is a community affair
and everybody cordially invited to
attend and help in the merriment i
Norirs and Othello Evans of GOB
zalez were the guests of Miss Laura
Kerr Saturday night and Sunday
A part of the Young Peoples Bible
class held an ice cream social at Mr
I Kerrs Saturday night
Mrs Eberhart and daughters of
Roberts were Cottage Hill callers
Sunday
Mr Dexter and family of DexJ nd
were guests of Charles McDonald
Sunday
Mr Adams and Mr Burnette were
out from town Sunday I
Mrs H O Wilder Is expected home I
from Mobile Thursday of this week
Her many friends will be glad tt i
greet her again
The late rain has been very refresh
ing to all the crops Everything Is
growing rapidly since the weather
has become warmer
Miss Emma Wode is In town this
week
AFTER I
FOURYEARS
OF MISERY
Cured by Lydia E Pink
hams Vegetable Compound
Baltimore Md U For four years
my life was misery to me suffered
i from Irregulari
ties terrible drag
ging senatieas
extreme nenrotis
ness and that all
1 a gone feeling In aw
stomach I had
P given up hope of
ever being well
wfeen I began to
v take Lydia EJPinfc
hams Vegetable
Compound Then
I felt as though
new life had been
given me and I am recommending it
to all my rieods Mrs W S Fox
1933 Lansdowne St Baltimore Md
The most successful remedy this
country for the core of all forms of
female complaints ia Lydia U Pink
hams VegeU le Corapoumd Jffc kafr
stood the test of years sad today is
more widely and successfully used than
any other female remedy It bas cured
thousands of women who hare been
troubled with iisf > lac Bt atti iafaKt
mation ulceration fibroid frweors ir
regularities periodic pIns backache
that bearingdowB feeling fifttaleney
indigestion and nervous prostratiaat
after all other meia5 had filled
If you are suffering from any ef thee
ailments dont liT UJJlIftfetUltil ya
have given Lydia E PinihaMs Vege
table Compound a triaL
I If you would like special advice
write to Mrs FlnKbstm Lyn
i Mass for it Ske kas gUided
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CHILDREN
This ad is solely for you
written for your special ben
I efit as MEYER has just re
I ceived some of the prettiest
and daintiest footwear for
you we have ever received
and that is saying much
There are patents suedes
and white canvas in all styles
imaginable and you know
MEYER fits you as you
should be fitted
Of course you can tell
mother about these pretty
slippers but we really would
like for you to come and look
them over
Ask to see Billy Burke
MEYER SHOE CO
Feet Furnishers For Folks
102 South Palafox St
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