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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1911.
And here's why
You demand of
Clothes that they fit
and are becoming.
We, too, demand
qualities of the Clothes we
BUT we go further.
We must know before
hand t that their style will
prove to be the season's most
correct that the shape is
going to last as long as the
We go to the best clothes
makers in America to the
finest tailoring institutions
in the world.
We buy from half a dozen
different clothing manufac
turers to insure a variety of
patterns and a model for the
build of any man we can
not buy from just one manu
facturer and do this.
There isn't the slightest
chance of your not liking our
We guarantee every one
Properly Tailored and
"All Wool" Suits
$15.00 to $35.00.
We're on good terms with
Old Santa, so good in fact
that we are privileged to act
as deputy Santa Claus for
anything that Man or Boy
The John White Store
"Florida's Leading Clothiers."
209-211 S. Palafox St.
"YOUR. UPS OVHC U
r I 1 S
Always Something Now.
Growing in Popularity Daily
Another Shipment of de
will reach us this morning.
Orders filled as late as 11 p.
"Remember, It's Worth
.Smacking Your Lips Over."
THE OVER-SEA RAILROAD EX
... TENSION TO KEY WEST TO BE
OPENED ON JAN. 22 AND HE
INVITES ALL CITIZENS TO BE
Special to The Journal.
Tallahassee, Dec. 22. Governor Gil
christ today issued the following
State of Florida, Executive Office.
By the - Governor A Proclamation.
On January 22, 1912, there will be
celebrated in the city of Key West,
Florida, the formal opening of the
Florida East Coast Railway Com
pany's Over-Sea Railroad, between
the mainland and the Island of Key
The construction of this line of rail
way, stretching over the waters of the
Atlantic Ocean for one hundred and
forty-nine miles is one of the great
achievements of the age. It is a nota
ble sevent in the history of our state,
as it binds with concrete and steel our
fourth largest city to the mainland.
The congress of the United States
has officially recognized this splendid
and unique feat of railroad enterprise,
by directing the president of our great
nation to extend Invitations to all
foreign nations to be offlcialy repre
eented at Key West at this celebra
tion. Many of the great nations of
the world have accepted the presi
dent's invitation and will be repre
sented at Key West by ships of war
as well as by representative officials
and citizens. Many distinguished
American statesmen will also be pre
ent on this occasion.
The city of Key West is making
elaborate preparations for the recep
tion and entertainment of the many
visitors who will be present at the
celebration. It is understood that the
transportation companies of the state
will offer reduced rates to persons
desiring to attend. t
.The building of this great over-sea
railroad is of nation-wide and of
world-wide Importance, being second
in importance only to the construction
of ; the Panama canal. Its successful
completion has attracted the atten
tion of the world. It is a splendid
monument to Florida enterprise.
.Therefore, I, Albert W. Gilchrist,
governor of the state of Florida, at
the request and in the name of the
civil authorities and the commercial
organizations of the city of Key West,
do hereby proclaim the formal opening
of the Florida East Coast Railway
Company's Over-Sea Railroad, in the
city of Key West, on January 22, 1912;
to be such an historic and industrial
event as to deserve formal recognition
by the government and the people of
the state of Florida; and, In behalf
of the , city of Key West, I do ac
cordingly Invite all the people of
Florida, of the United States and of
the world at large to visit ther city of
Key West and attend the exercises
celebrating this occasion, the same
being of far more importance to us
5 8. PeUfox St
Before Hostilities Began.
"I hope your novel ends happily?"
"Indeed, it does. It ends in the mar
riage of the heroine and hero does not
go into their married life at all."
We have considerable
money to place in good mort
gages. Preferably in amounts
from $500.00 to $1000.00
each. Fisher Real Estate
A . Picture From the
Bottom of the
EL I T rp
The wonderland un
der the sea photo
graphed through a
solid inch of glass and
fifteen feet of water.
Every school child
should see this great
Also "Imp" to-day.
Bonnie Sweet Bessie
AT FOUNTAINS. HOTELS. OR ELSEWHERC
Original and Genuine
ALTED M I LIC
The Food Drink for All Ages
RICH MUX. HALT CIAIN EXTRACT. IN POWDER
Not in any Milk Trust
Insist on HORLICK b
Take package home
than the combined "Seven Wonders
of the World."
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
great seal of the state to be affixed
at Tallahassee, the capital, this the
twenty-first day of December, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand, nine
hundred and eleven, and of the Inde
pendence of the United States of
America the one hundred and thirty-
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST.
By the governor. Attest: H. Clay
Crawford, secretary of state.
(Continued from Page Five)
religious principles If they happen to
be different from your own.
Don t forget that no matter how
much you may do for her you will
never be able to repay her for all that
she has done for you.
Don t neglect to talk to her about
your work, your studies, your friends,
your amusements, the books you read;
remember everything that concerns
you is of interest to her.
Don't fall to bring her flowers or a
small present once in a while; the
thought even more than the gift will
Remember that her life is perhaps
monotonous -compared to yours; take
her for outings or to places of amuse
ment as frequently as possible.
An apple eaten before breakfast
serves as a natural slmulus to the di
gestive organs. In fact, any fruit
eaten raw is nutritious at break
The nerves suffer from want of pure
oxygen. They run like a network all
through the skin, and when they are
overwrought the skin is apt to be dry
and colorless. Walking is an excel
lent tonic for the nerves. It gives
them strength to control themselves.
If one has means of leisure there are
plenty of other more , enjoyable exer
cises. But few forms are so bene
ficial as the regular dally jaunt of
four or five miles for obtaining a good
A blister is almost sure to form
from a burn if it is not taken care of.
To avoid it, mix quickly equal por
tions of olive oil and the white of an
egg and apply to the burn. Then
cover with a piece of soft linen. Bi
carbonate of soda is more quickly ob
tained and is almost as good. Put on
the burn dry, cover with a cloth and
then keep wet. A bad blister, if cov
ered with one per cent solution of
carbolic acid on a piece of linen and
kept on for a day or two, will dis
appear with no scar and little pain.
Scientists are taking a gloomy view
of the future of the blonde. Not only
are fair people becoming fewer, but,
if this is not a paradox they are also
becoming darker, says a writer. The
future promises to bring us nothing
more interesting than the "writey
browns" of humanity. To preserve our
blondes is scientifically possible, but
their continuance would make an end
to the progress of civilization. All, or
nearly all, the conditions of modern
life tend to encourage brunettes. Be
fore many decades have passed ther
will probably only be rare examples
of women who are divinely fair, and
their position may not be as enviable
as the charitable are inclined to ex
Mr. Walter Johnson is spending a
few days with his -parents, on Lake
view avenue, having come home for
Christmas after an , absence of eigh
teen months. His many friends are
extending him a warm welcome.
Mr. M. D. Merritt and son, David,
are spending a few days in New Or
leans. They will return home on
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Corley, of Dal
las. Texas, are spending the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nobles.
Special to Trie Journal
Lynn Haven, Dec. 21. The teachers
and scholars of the Sunday school are
making extensive preparations for the
Christmas exercises to be held on
Christmas night upstairs in the bank
building. An interesting musical ser
vice is being arranged by the older
members, while for the younger ones
there will be a tree.
We' are glad to know that Mrs.
Fred Chichester is improving.
Mr. H. J. Walsh's face, is beaming.
His wife arrived last Wednesday and
they are keeping house on Seventh
Mr. H. D. Jackson is moving his
novelty store from yie Ball building
on Seventh street into Mr. A. H.
Fair's new store on Ohio avenue.
Mr. C H. Fuller returned from a
trip into southern Florida and some
wure on his trip secured some fine
specimens of grape furit and oranges.
He left Tuesday for his home at Webb
The new railroad from Montgomery,
Ala., ran its Arts train into South
port on Saturday, to the great pleas
ure of the citizens of that place and
Lynn Haven. This opens up a large
extent of country which heretofore
has been deprived of rallorad facili
ties. A boat will immediately be
placed in commission to run from
Lynn Haven to Southport to meet
trains on this road. It Is expetced
that the railroad will cross the bay to
Lynn Haven and possibly bulid fur
ther south sometime in the near fu
ture. Senator Lynn, accompanied by a
party of distinguished Philadelphians,
among whom was the mayor, arrived
at Lynn Haven on Saturday evening
and remained until Tuesday, when
they departed, expressing themselves
well pleased with the beauties of St.
Andrews Bay and the brigth and
glowing prospects of the town of Lynn
Aunt Mary (horrified) Good gra
cious, Harold, what would your mother
isay if she saw you smoking cig
arettes? Harold (calmly) She'd have a fit.
They're her cigarettes. Tit-Bits.
It Will Pay to Write for Catalog, to
RUFUS W. SMITH. La Grange, Ga.
School Children Should
More and more the manufacturers i
of moving pictures show a tendency
to include in their programs educa
tional subjects, which tendency will
n.-ake the animated picture still more
popular than it already is. The mo
tion picture has for me time been
recognized as an important factor in
ne of those Immensely valuable
eduactional subjects will be a feature ;
on today's program of the Elite 1
thoatre. This picture shows "Santa
Catalina, Magic Isle of the Pacific,"
and every school child should be urged
to see it, while the growing people
will take a delight In the wonderful
scenes. Just imagine that wonder
land under the sea! And photograph-
ed thrbugh a solid inch of glass and
fifteen feet of water! And the camera
caught an octopus and a number of
rare fish, too. Then there is Santa
Catalina with mountain grandeur un
surpassed, a gorgeous valley, and the
clearest water in the world. Also a
ciose view of over 100 seals basking
on the rocks of Santa Catalina. And
the' Pacific fleet is seen in annual
rcaneuvering off Los Angeles. And ;
Pensacola is immensely interested in
ba ttleships just now. Surely, it is
an epoch-making film.
A new Imp picture is also included
in today's program.
Thm Shmmr CeeiCen
Thm Ferrate Cacn'ur
THE CECIL! AN PIANOS
-THAT ANY ONE CAN PLAY-
Mf ATT T IT af fJ In "i-w of tK but Imitation put up
W W A JL V 11 InelnULr ch.a.. with vnppm im1
lbl eloeelx reeembllne; th original
consumers sKoxild. asK for and be sure tKat
tKey got the genuine
and CH OCOIATE
witH tKie trdo-merK on tHe pe.cHe.gee
The Standards of the World
$55 Highest A wards In Europe and America
MADE OITLY BY
WALTER BAKER (Si CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
whatever you do, overlook
the fact that we are giving
the best value in Boys'
Suits in the city, and are also
giving watch and cap Free.
"On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere."
The Fmous-cSpfe Lamp
The best part of the day is the evening, when the whole family is
gathered together around the lamp.
The old days of the imoicy fireplace and Bickering candle afe gone forever. Ia their
place hae come the convenient oil tteve and the indispensable Rayo Lamp.
There are to-day, in the United States alone, more than 3,000,000 of these Rayo
lamps, giving their dear, white light to more than 3,000,000 homes.
Other lamps cost more, but you cannot set a better light than the lew-priced Rays
gives. It has become so popular we may almost call it " the official lamp of tlae
The Rayo is made of solid brass, with handsome nickel finish an oraament anywhere.
Ak yoar demict for Rro lamp : or wtiI for Jecriptire drraUr t cy tmcj of tie
Standard Oil Company
( Incorporated I
Tourists, Attention! Free! Free!
On Tuesday, December 26, between the hours of 9
a. m. and 6 p. m., we will give away to visitors in
Pensacola beautiful souvenir booklets of Pensacola
(sold for 25c each at book stands), also souvenir post
cards. Free farm land literature also. Do not forget
the time and the place.
PetnsacoDa Doivestoiieiiif Coinrapamy
14 South Palafox Street.
19 41 I I S II W I i3w '! IE i SI
The Joys of Christmas Morning with the CedlUn Piano
CHRISTMAS MORNING! The mornine son into the world's Hstorjr
iy the angels, symbolized in our illustration by the Cedlian Piano from which
the happy children bring sweet music. t
Watch the children's faces Christmas morning when they behold the Cedlian
for the first time. It will be a picture that you wiH cherish through all your ,
life, for it is music that makes the spirit of Christmas what it is. Your children. '
young or old, could never receive a Christmas present that would more beauti-;
fully symbolize the Christmas spirit. "A
The Cedlian piano, the ideal musical instrument for every home. No musi
cal education required. Any one can play the Cedlian and with a little
experience, you can mould the very soul of music to your own
mood. To the educated and trained pianist, it is a delight by rea
son of its exquisite qualities of touch and tone. It is earnestly
commended by teachers of music everywhere and has popular
indorsement in thousands of homes where it is the chief delight ia,
the family pleasures.
Jnspect the Cedlian ; you will find it an ideal piano for your home,
Also 'Xester," "Elwood," "Doll Son," "Apollo" Player,
pianos, "Kranich & Bach," "Chlckerlng Bros," "Lester," "Ster
Singer, and otners on very easy terms.
The Clutter Music Housq,
112 and 114 South Palafox St.
Largest In the State.
Why Not Community Silver
No woman can have too much of' it. The new
Sheraton design rivals Sterling silver in distinctiorl,
and harmonizes .with the richest of table settings:
Plated heavier than triple wears a lifetime.
A. M. Avery & Son
Hardware and House Furnlehlngs.
You'll Know How You Stand on
If you handle your money through a checking account at the First
National Bank. The stubs of your check book will ehow at a glanco
from whom you have made purchases, what for and when. And If,
perchance, you should forget to make these notations on the stub, the
cancelled check returned through the bank will show the same infor-
Jjj mation. In this way, too, exact change Is always made simply by
writing in tne correct amount ana tne Bank omciais do the rest. It
Is a good way to keep up with your various expenditures, and Is
model of convenience. V
And, a bank account with one, five or ten dollars Is one of the
best of all gifts for young people. We shall be pleased to talk to any
one interested in this matter.
First National Bank
of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States.
F. C. BRENT, WM. H. KNOWLES, W. J. FORBES,
President. Vice-President. - Caahlee.-
THOS. W. BRENT, Vice-President. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst Cashier
F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles, W. J. Forbes, Thot. W. Brent
You Ought to Know That the
Pensacola State Bank
W. A. BLOUNT. JR. F. E. BEAWNER. PHILIP TON'GE.
iresident. Vlce-Pres. Ass t Cashier
. W. A. Blount, F. E. Brawner. W. L.'Moyer. W. A. Blount. Jr.
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