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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913.
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eople and Events Iphohe
By CELIA MYROyER
Si.
RECEPTION AT Y. W. C. A.
f SSTERDAY AFTERNOON.
V Tha Twin Womom'a CThHtlaj ArvlaHrn tvw-m wera thrown nnn
yesterday afternoon, many calling: between the hours of four and six, the
reception taking: the form of a "shower." Not only were articles of linen
received, but many other useful contributions. !
The home, which Is situated at th old LeBaron house, 214 North Bar
celona street, is admirably adapted for a Y. W. C. A. building:, such
as it Is hoped to establish at this time in Fensacola. The rooms are largre
and high-pitched, and will be delightfully cool in summer.
The lower floor has been furnished, and the upper story partially fur
nished, and while there are number of articles yet needed. Pensacola's Y.
TP". C. A. is already most attractive and homelike. The sitting-room, with
Its mission furnishings, rugs, pictures, bric-a-brac aac flowers, seems to
offer a most friendly welcome. It is wonderful to see how much has been
accomplished in so short a timet
One thing especially noted was the generosity of the business firms of
the city, who have generously responded to the appeals made to them for
the Y. W. C. A.
Following is a list of firms who have made contributions:
Rhodes-Futch-Collins bedroom suit.
Marston and Q ulna herd oom suite.
Xubuisson washstand set.
Ray Hardware Company Range.
Harrison Bros Refrigerator.
Gibbs Hardware Company Some kitchen utensils.
Forbes, Quigley and Morgan Paints and brushes.
. Hoomes Furniture Company Two rugs, v
- Pensacola Mattress Company Three mattresses and three pillows.
Moore Ice Company Twenty-five pounds of ice each day during sum
mer. Empire Laundry Company Four months laundry service.
Journal Publishing Company The Dally Journal.
News Publishing Company The Evening News.
Mayes Printing Company One thousand membership cards.
Journal Publishing Company Five Dollars for publication of charter.
Hon. A. C. Blount Legal services for incorporating T. W C. A.
"Watson, Parker and Reese Sheets. '
Brawner-Rlera Company Sheets and pillow cases.
Wrighton Sign Company Sign.
" Pensaeola Gas Company Fixtures. .
I Consolidated Grocery Company Groceries.
Rhodes-Futch-Collins Company Two porch swings.
Cary & Company Load of wood and load of coaL
Mr. Keller, Manager Coe Book Store Magazines each month.
While contributions have been mostgenerous, there are a number of
things still needed to make home complete, among these are rugs, dlnlng-
rocra chairs, rockers, bedding, towels, kitchen safe, kitchen ' table, kitchen
utensils, spoons, knives, forks, and dishes, and household linen of all sorts.
The Y. "W. C. A. will be ready for occupancy on May 1st, and it Is a
most attractive home. Visitors are welcome, and all who are interested
should certainly visit the Y. W. C. A. and see the wonderful work that has
already been done by the ladles who have lent their efforts to the move-,
ment. - -
Receiving yesterday afternoon were Mrs. R. M. Welles, Miss Anna Orr,
Mrs. L. H.. Pierce, Miss Carrie Horsier, Mrs. R. Pope Reese, and Mrs. J.
H. Collins, Y. W. C. A. house committee Delicious fruit' punch was serv
ed during the afternoon.
KNOWLEDGE.
Who loves noknowledge? Who ahall
rail
Against her beauty? May she mix
With men and prosper! Who shall
fix
Her pillars? Let her work prevail.
But on her forehead sits a fire;
She sets her forward countenance
And leaps Into the future chance,
Suimitting all things to desire.
Half-grown as yet. a child, and vain
She can not, fight the fear of death,
What is she, cut from love tn.1
faith, x
But some wild. Pallas from the brain
Of demons? fiery hot to burst
All barriers in her onward race
For power. Let her know her place;
Ehe Is the second, not the first.
i
A higher hand must make her mildf
If all be not In vain, and guide
Her footsteps moving side by side
With Wisdom, like the younger child.
For she is arthly of the mind.
But Wisdom heavenly of the soul.
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-4iwo sizes, 50c. and $1.00. By toiiet
3&aten or mail.
NATIONAL TOILET COMPAMT. W
The Pure Food Store. Where Quel.
Ity Reigns 8 up rem.
For the Most Delicious
Iced Tea
use
Chase
&
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oanoorn s
Famous Teas
In six varieties, all of
which we Have.
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Agents Nunnally's Candle
Phon, 1720.1721.
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ROBINSON.
SLSJLSLSLSJLZJU'
J'
V
O friend, who came to thy goal
So early, leaving me behind.
I would the world grew like thee.
Who growest not alone in power
And knowledge, but by years and
hour
In reverence and in charity.
From Tennyson's "In Memoriam.,
BETTER AFTER SLIGHT
ACCIDENT.
Jack, the young son of Mr. and 1
Mrs, T. L. Gant, who was struck with
a baseball bat on' Monday afternoon '
and badly, though not seriously hurt,
is able to be out again, not much
the worse for his accident, which was
feared at first to be quite serious.
HAVE RETURNED TO
rs .1 . rt a
Mrs. T. V. Kessler, Miss Mildred
Kessler "and little Katherine Levis, .
arrived yesterday from Montgomery, i
Mrs. Kessler ha been a prominent
figure In the civic affairs which in
terest women and she and her da'.igh
ter will receive a cordial welcome.
Mrs. Kessler spent the winter In
St. Petersburg ' with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norris
Levis and has recently been in Mont
gomery with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. C.
Kessler. Miss Kessler has enjoyed a
round of pleasant visits, being the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Lee Bnsh
ong. in Charlestown, West Virginia,
visiting In Maryland and going to
Washington for the inauguration of
President Wilson, finally visiting in
Montgomery, where she was recently
Joined by her mother.
Miss Kessler will be the guest of
Miss Belle Whiting untli th family
reen their bay-shora home "Hol
ly -od."
. LL-SKINNER WEDDING
ON MAY 5TH.
The wedding of Miss Ellen Skin
ner, and Mr. Junius Hall, will take
place on the evening of May 6th at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eben Skinner, in Los Angeles.
Cal. Mr. Hall left on Monday eve
ning for Los Angeles.
Much Interest centers In the wed
ding of Miss Skinner and Mr. Hall,
which will be a beautiful home affair.
ENTERTAINED FOR
YOUNG NEPHEW.
Mrs. F. M. Smith entertained a num
ber of the young cousins of her
nephew, Monroe Smith, yesterday eve
ning at supper. In honor of his tenth
birthday anniversary: The young
people spent a happy evening together,
besides the bountiful supper, Ice cream
and cake being served.
MR. AND MRS. P. STONE"
ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF
MRS. MORRIS DANNHEISSER.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone entertained
very beautifully at cards in honor of
Mrs. Morris Dannhelsser, who is soon
to make her home in Birmingham,
Ala., to the regret of her many friends
In this city.
The Stone home was very beautiful
in its decorations of flowers and ferns,
and Mrs. Stone, who is a very de
lightful hostess on all occasions, re
ceived her guests In' a very charm
ing and gracious manner. The eve
ning was spent at bridge and euchre,
and at twelve o'clock the guests were
served to a most sumptuous . repast.
The table was beautifully decorated
with flowers and smllax, and a very
delicious meat supper was served. Mrs.
Stone is noted for her delightful en
tertainments, i .
Those fortunate In bemgr present
were: Mrs. Morris Dannhelsser, hon
oree; Mrs. L Guggenheim, Mrs. Dave
Levy. Mrs. Rosenstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Laz Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cole-
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cohen, Mr.
and Mrs. Max J. Heinberg, Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Forchelmeri Mr. A. L. Rosensteln. Mr.
Marx Dannbelsser, Mr. Adolph Gluck.
NOTES FOR THE CAXTONS.
Review of the year's work.
The development of the English
novel.
1. What is an epic poem? An alle
gory? A satire? A novel?
2. Classify Beowulf.
3. Give a brief outline of the story
of Beowulf. What was its origin?
4. Give outline of the Song of Ro
land. In what ways is it similar to
Beowulf?
5. What is the date of the inci
dents related? When was it written?
6. Give brief outline of Merlin and
Sir Bolin.
7. Do you consider the stories of
The Round Table historical or an al
legory? 8. Classify Utopia. When was It
written? Give outline of the book.
9. Compare with the books already
mentioned. Why should it be consid
ered the most' Important in this course
of study? , '
10. Classify Cynthia's Revels. Give
outline and date of writing.
11. Classify the DeCoverley Papers.
Give an outline of them. Give the
date.
12. What was the authors motive
in writing the papers? What was the
condition of literature at the time
they were written?
13. Give brief sketch of Robinson
Crusoe. When was it written?
. 14. Has it all the elements of a
novel? What is Its standing in lit
erature? "-y
15. What striking contrast does Pa
mela show to the other books studied?
Note the development of woman's
prominence through the course.
Outline of Development.
Geography.
a The known world In the 8 th
century.
b Navigation.
c What invention promoted naviga
tion? d Period of exploration. ' ...
Period of colonization.
Mrs. Harry Brooks.
Civilization.
a Life in the 8 th century.
b The feudal system. .
c The monarchy.
d Decline of warfare.
e Life in the 18th century.
Mrs. Cawthon.
Religion.
a In the 8th century as shown in
Beowulf.
b The Christian religion as shown
in the Song of Roland.
o The ideal religion in Utopia,
Miss Clubbs.
Literature.
a Tradition. The minstrel.
I b Invention of printing.
"jj c First books published in Eng
land.
d Change In plots and style.
Mrs. GIllIs. .
In what way did literature affect
the knowledge of geography; civil
ization; religion?
Mrs. Mayes.
N. L. Burrow, leader.
CALLED MEETING OF -COUNCIL
HOME AND
SCHOOL LEAGUE.
There wil be a meeting of the Cen
tral Council of the Home and School
League, at the Y. M. C. A., this af
ternoon, at four o'clock. All .delegates
are urged to be present.
TO ATTEND FUNERAL
OF LITTLE GIRL.
Mrs. W. H. Monroe, of Blackburn,
Alabama, and Miss Eugenia Bonifay, j
of the Touro infirmary, are la the city,
having been called on account of the
illness and death of little Frances
Bonifay Park, the adopted daughter of
Mi?j Duff Writes Interest
ing Statement for Publica
tion in the Behalf of
Women.
Webber Springs, W. Va. In an In
teresting letter from this place, Miss
Ague Duff eays: "I had been afflict
ed with womanly trouble for three
years, and felt weak all the time. '
My back and sides ached so, I almost
got past going.
I had used a great many different
kinds of remedies, but they failed to do
me any good-
I had heard of Cardul, the woman's
tonic, and decided to try it. When I
had used the .third bottle of CarduL I
felt like a new person entirely. I
gained both In health and weight.
I praise Cardul for my recovery and
good health, and X feel srure ft will do
the same for others, as It has me, if
they will only give it a trial."
The above letter is an earnest, frank
statement of Miss Duffs opinion of
Cardul. She has confidence In It be
cause it relieved her, after many dif
ferent kinds of other remedies had
failed, and she believes it will help
you, just as it did her, If you will give
it a fair trial.
We join Miss Duff in urging you to
give Cardui a trial. It cannot harm
you. and, judging from the experience
of thousands of others, is almost sure
to do you good.'
N. B. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine
Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga,
Tenn.. for Soxi" 'nsf ti"i . v-ur
case and 6 4-page book. "Home Treatment
for Women." aent in plain wrapper.
(Adv.)
AlpOST GOT
BAST GOING
ENTIRELY BALD
Her Hair Commenced to
Grow after Two Weeks
' Use of Newbro's
Herpicide.
"Fever caused me to be entirely bald.
I had given up all hope of again hav
ing hair when I was advised to use
Herpicide. After two weeks my hair
commenced to grow. I now have the
most beautiful head of , hair anyone
ever saw. Praise to Newbro's Herpi
cide." 1 ,
Thus writes Mrs. Howard Bailey, of
Bellevue, Mich. We can point to thou
sands of instances where the proper
use of Herpicide has been followed by
a remarkable growth of hair.
Newbro's Herpicide is "the original
remedy which kills the dandruff germ"
and stops falling hair. , .
Send 10c in postage for sample and
booklet to The Herpicide tCo., Dept. R-,
Detroit, Mich.
Applications may be obtained at the
best barbers and hair dressers.
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and $1.00
sizes la sold by all dealers who guar
antee It to do all that Is claimed. If
you are not 'Satisfied your money will
be refunded. DAlembertes Pharmacy,
special agent. (Adv.)
Miss Fannie Bonifay. Miss Eugenia
Bonifay will return to New Orleans
today.
PYTHIAN SISTERS TO
MEET THIS EVENING.
The Pythian Sisters will meet this
evening at 7:30 o'clock and all mem
bers are requested to be present.
Visiting Pythian Sisters are cordially
Invited, and all Knights who belong
to the order.
After the business, a social hour will
be enjoyed. ,. . .
GIRLS FRIENDLY SOCIETY
TO HAVE BAY PARTY.
The Girls' Friendly Society will -.n-Joy
a bay party this evening, through
the courtesy of Lieutenant Young, who
has put the Penrose at their disposal
The boat will leave -Palafox wharf
at six-thirty o'clock.
NEW CITY CLUB TO
MEET ON FRIDAY.
The New City club will meet- on
Friday instead of Thursday afternoon,
as Is usual, at the home of -Mrs. Bar
ton Pepper, on East Fourteenth .street.
SIX HAND EUCHRE
DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. Wm. Falk was hostess to the
Six-Hand Euchre club yesterday after
noon, at' the home of Mrs. Louis Fried
man. The contest was most Interesting
and the hostess served a very dainty
luncheon after the game.
Mrs. Rosenau, guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Max Bear, won first prize,
and Mrs. Alex Friedman second prize,
the visitor's prize going to Mrs. Bad
enheim who is visiting her . daughter,
Mrs. Lv Mayer". -.
At the next meeting Mrs.Max Klein
will entertain. - -
CALLED MEETING OF
CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL
ASSOCIATION.
The Ladies' Confederate Memorial
Association will hold a called meeting
on Thursday afternoon at five o'clock,
at the home of the president. Mrs.
Horace L. Simpson, for the purpose of
selecting a delegate to the re-unlon at
Chattanooga. All members who have
not paid their yearly dues are request
ed to do so at this meeting.
PERSONAL MENTION.
' Mr. T. A. Jennings left last nigrht
for New Orleans, where Mrs. Jennings
Is a patient in the Touro infirmary.
Miss Lettle McKinnon, left yesterday
morning for DeFuniak to be a gruest of
her sister, Mrs. J. R. Beard, for a few
days.
Miss Eleanor Stanmyerst of Mobile,
Ala., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. A.
Eubanks and brother, Mr. H. E. Stan
myers, 607 E. Belmont street.
Mr. John Bullock has returned from
Montgomery, where Mrs. Bullock and
little daughter, Ann, will remain for
some days longer.
Mr. J. S. Reese and Miss Valerie
Reese have returned from Jackson
ville, where they made a brief visit.
Farmers and others wh. live at a
distance from a drue; store should keen
In the house a bottle of BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It may be needed
at any time for cuts, wounds, sores,
sprains or rheumatism. It is a pow
erful healing and penetrating remedy.
Price 25c, SOc and $1.00 per bottle
Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
A SENSATIONAL
CASE IN GULFPORT
Lawyer, Against Whom Charges Have
Been Made to Arrang Frm-Up"
In Damage Action Ha Been Put
Under Bond for Grand Jury Inves
tigation. BY ASSOCIATED PRES3.
Oulfport. Miss., April 20. E. M. Bar
ber, an attorney, against whom sensa
tional charges were made Saturday
by P. M. Harrell, a detective who tes
tified he arranged with Barber to
"frame up a damage suit against the
traction company here, was today or
dered held under $1,000 bond, pending
a grand Jury Investigation. Harrell
is also being held as a witness under
$1,000 bond. W. F. Gorenflo. manager
of the Gulfport and Mississippi Trac
tion Company will be asked to testi
fy, although he was not placed wi
der bond.
The charges against Barber were
made in the trial of a suit for $50,000
damages brought by Mrs. Nettie Gill
against the company for the death of
her daughter, who was killed by one
of the comDany's cars. Mr. Barber
was Mrs. Gill's attorney. When Har
rell took the stand he testified be
had been offered $200 by Barber to
testify he had witnessed the accident.
He declared the testimony he was
supposed to give had been "framed
up."
Heart and Home
Problems n
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have
been going with a fellow for a year.
Recently he said that he will not give
me up. He used to say, "Never tell
a girl that you love her." but now he
says that he love's me. Do you think
; that he does? What would you ad
; vise me to do? (2) I am almost nine
teen but I have always done as my
mother wished. My friend thinks
I that I should obey her but he thinks
i that I am old enough to marry if -I
i want to. Am I? He used to say that
he didnt care if I went with other
fellows, but he cared who I went with
but now he don't want me to go with
j anyone else.. Please give me your ad
vice. BETTIE.
Better marry him, my dear. I think
he loves you all right. Of course I
hope you will do everything to get
your parents' consent and make it a
happy wedding.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
J girl of eighteen. Am very quiet and
"wurai. i uavB never carea ior danc
ing, skating and such pleasures; in
fact, I dont approve of it. I have
always had plenty of boy friends, but
for the past year I have only gone with
one young man, whom I deeply love.
He is twenty. We are engaged to be
married In another year. He wants to
kiss me. I have never approved of a
girl and boy kissing before marriage.
Please advise me what to do. (2)
What is good for making the hair
row? ' BLONDY.
(1) Boy friends, and the man you
are engaged to marry, are very dif
ferent. When you told the young man
you were willing to marry him he sup
posed you loved him, and if you love
him you will want him to kiss you.
(2) Rub yellow vaseline Into the scalp,
after a shampoo. Dip your hair brush
into kerosene once a week and give
your hair a thorough brushing with
It. Keep your brush and combs clean
and brush the hair well once a day.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Should a
girl enter a room before a boy when
he visits at her home or should she
let him enter first? (2 Should food
bo passed to a boy . first if he Is a
visitor or always to the right of the
hostess regardless of other members
of the family? MABKL B.
(1) The girl enters first, though she
need not do It conspicuously. (2) The
oldest members of the family should
be served first, at a family dinner. I
HUFRTA. AND DIAZ
FACTIONS AT OUTS
Confidential Advices State That Two
Branches of Mexican Government
Are Unable to Reach Agreement.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Washington, April 29. A rapidly
growing sentiment In Mexico City,
fraught with friction between the
Huerta and the Diaz factions of the
federal government, is received in con
fidential advices and these reports are
augmented by agents of the Carranza
constitutionalists arriving here.
Robert Pesquiera, a member of the
Mexican house of deputies, arrived
; here today to succeed Gonzales Gante
i ajy confidential a.gent of the Carranza
forces. Gante has been assigned to a
i speciai mi."---!on, the nature of which is
ear
Steamer Baldwin
SCHEDULE
Fridays and Sundays
Leaving for the Island 10 a. m., 3 and 7:30 p.
m. Returning, leaves Island 12:30 noon, 6 and 10
p. m. ,
25cRound Trip25c
MUSIC aboard the Baldwin and at Island.
LAUNCHES for the Island FRIDAYS and
SUNDAYS, 7:30 a. m.
FISHING TACKLE Every kind for hire at
the Island for a smc.ll charge.
Capt. Bennie Edmundson
Phone 204.
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It is Better to Be Safe Than Sorry
We write all lines making" YOU SAFE. There
is SATISFACTION in SAFETY. Will you let us
SATISFY YOU? '
Tbe B. H. THORNTON CO., General Insurance
510-511 BLOUNT BUILDI.13 TELEPHONE 73
not disclosed, but it Is telieved he Is
going to Europe.
Report of the situation in Mexico
City confirm earlier advices of the
tensity of the relations of Diaz to ,
Huerta. Between the two officials
pVactically all government forces in
the federal district have been divided
into two armed camps. Huerta has ;
added to the Infantry at the national !
palace and Diaz has encamped much
of the artillery on his estate, the ha- I
cienda Del Cristo, about thirty miles
away. Mondragon, minister of war, is
in practical possession of the citadel
where other artillery forces are quar
tered. !
f earns' Electric
laiPioaoh Fasio
The National Rat Killer
Kills off rats, mice,
cockroaches, waterbugs and
other vermin.
It is ready for use. economic:, reliable
and Bold under an absolute guarantee of
money back if it fails.
Sold by Druggists, 25c and $1.00
or sent direct, charges prepaid,
oa receipt of price.
Stearns Electric Paste Co., Chicago, I1L
The Coffee Ranch
Will Deliver
Their Coffees
A Coffee talk by the Coffee
Ranch People:
The Coffee Jtauch Company
are now prepared to deliver Coffee
roasted each day. For the pres
ent they have five different blends
of high-grade Coifees.
Special .. . . .40c
No. 1 35c
No. 2 33c
No. 3 . 30c
No. 4 ..25c
Please order as indicated.
' Our patrons will do us a favor
to order by phone between the
hours of 9 and 11 a. m.. so that
the Coffee may be freshly roast
ed and delivered to you that af
ternoon. No less than one pound
sold. Should these blends not
please we will please you with
other blends.
Our Coffees are pure. We lise
no chicory. We solicit your
patronage and will please you.
Try the Cofree Ranch teas,
are splendid.
The Japan May pickings, 80c
per lb.
The Flowers Orange Pekoe, SOc
per lb.
A Tea Blend Delightful. 50c
per lb.
Phone 422.
Drop in to see us at 31 S. Pala
fox Street.
The Coffee Ranch
4
it.
Ml
Any' mouse or rat in
town whether he be
white or brown, will
never live to see the
morn if you feed him
with
PPfll
f Kats aho Mice
It is not an experi
ment. On the contrary
it is a thoroughly tried
and proven destroyer of
Rats and Mice.
Poison to Rats and
Mice, when dead they
leave no odor, as they
are mummified. Keep
away from fowl.
It Is Sure Death
To Rats and Tvlice.
Rat Corn is Guaranteed.
to do everything we claim, and
this -adv. can be used as our
guarantee with each box you
buy.
PRICE PER CAN
25c, 50c, $1.C0.
The Crystal Pharmacy
The J&uJl Store
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$1.00 AND $1.50.
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Millinery Store.
Nos. 11 and 13 East In
tendencia St.
V..-F.' Balkcom Drug Co.
Pensacola's Economical Drug Store
Phone 19. 17 South Palafox Street.
QUICK DELIVERY.
Lillian Creamary Butter
The Choicest Table Butter
in the Pensaeola Market.
Cbme's Sweet and Fresh
Daily.
Sold by McHugh Grocery Company.,
Hoyt Bros. & Co., Will L. Moyer. H.
Muller, Klein Grocery Company and
others.
! Ask your grocer for it.
Try it and help build up a
home industry.
PICTORIAL REVIEW FATTERNS
Now on sale at
MISS HERRIMAN'S
Watch for our Saturday
.Night Specials.
LA MODE
The New Ready. to-Wear and Millin
ery Store.
WATCH FOR
HOFFMAN'S PRICE LIST
And save on your grocery
bills. Two Stores.
E. B. Hoffman & Sons
GUTMAN'S,
16 South Palafox Street
Have the Newest Goods
at the Lowest Prices
IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA.
The Central Pharmacy.
Phone 178.
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