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8 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING" DECEMBER 12, 1913.
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Send Your
Christmas
Linens to the
Laundry
"Where Linen Lasts"
YOU ARE SURE TO
NEVER REGRET IT.
Phone 322
The Empire
Laundry
MARSTON & QUINA,
West Florida's 0'dst Furniture
Exclusive Ai'ntt 3'obe-Wernicke
book cat
The M.&O.
On tns Square, within Easy Rosen
f Everywhere.
; The Journal's 'Want Ad
Way" gets you what you
want when you want it.
Closing Out Sale Wall
Paper at Cost
"We are discontinuing out business and are consequently giving
th jmblic a large stock of the latest patterns at just what it cost us
at the factory.
3 Cents Roll and Up
It "won't last long. Get yours now while you can.
McDade Decorating Co.
115 North Palafox.
cpnnp THE CUB
OVVJvjr REPORTER
rD&WxOKe OCH e CRUMBY HEVe-" ! j ee AVVTERjfHUT KlH0fHo2? f7
J :vTTDl.AME, vamW VT- g- ffV Wt H22EEV MEANEST dWt tr
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For the Head of the House
I1 (Whether he is or not)
-We've hats to correspond with his taste in
dress, soft hats or derbies that are decidedly ,
different, because they're the latest, $2 to $6.
'We'll fit your head or: know the reason why.
i DlJ you ever buy
a Suit or Overcoat" tfiat came up to your own
requirements? If not, you can right here from
$15 to $35. r''
Gifts worth while for men may include:
Shirts Neckwear, House Coats, House Robes,
Bath Robes, Slippers, Leather Novelties, Hos
iery, Etc., which can all be found here at
The John White Store m
209-211 SOUTH PAlAFO STREET.
C.E. DOBSON IS
BUSY WITH TWO
FLA. SENATORS
MAINLY THROUGH HIS EFFORTS
PENSACOLA MAY BE DESIGN
ATED BY UNITED STATES AS A
PLACE FOR PERMANENT RIFLE
PRACTICE.
A Washington staff special by Louis
Ludlow to the Metropolis of Jackson
ville says:
Pensacola may be designated as a
place for rifle practice. Senators
Fletcher and Bryan called today on
Secretary Daniels and presented the
Pensacola claims with such eloquence
and force that orders were issued di
recting Capt. Simms and Commander
Harrison to make a report on Pensa
cola as a site for target practice. Mr.
Dobson also presented the matter of
u&ing the Pensacola navy yard indus
trially for the repair of ships. He urged
'.he advantages of establishing there
a yard for general repair and building
of shirs. The matter was taken un
der advisement.
GERMAN AMERICAN
DOCTORS
Thlesen Building
Pensacola, Fla.
Phono 411
: . H
COLLECTOR OF
CHARLES PUGSLEY OF NEW HA
VEN SPENDS DAY IN PENSACO
LA EN ROUTE TO WINTER HOME
IN MONTICELLO LIKES THE
DEEP WATER CITY.
An interesting visitor in Pensacola
yesterday was Charles Pugsley of New
Haven, Conn., who spent the day here
en route to his winter home in Mon
ticello. Mr. Pugslev is a collector of
old gurus and pistols and tie interviewed
several, citizens yesterday in an effort
to secure some of these relics of colo
nial and civil war times. He now pos
sesses, he says, some 800 guns and
700 pistols of various makes and styles
dating as far back as the vear 1700. h.
yond which date Mr. Pugsley says it is
difficult to secure many authentic
specimens.
Mr. Pugsley has . been coming to
Florida fcr 27 years, but this was his
first visit to Pensacola. "I
ably surprised at the appearance of
your city," lie said to a Journal rep
resentative yesterday. "It is clean and
attractive and your hotel . is a fine
institution. 1 am going to Monticello
now, but I hooe to make annfhor irioi
here." "
Get Yours
While It Lasts
$17,500 Bantcruat Paart P.,
Company 8tock going at practically
SO Per Cent
Regular values, ' V
BaniiahBroSsFuraitarcCo.
Successors to Pearl Furniture Co.
20-22 West Government Street.
For best Santa Claus
letter written by child
under eight years old,
the Big Doll (38 inches
high) in our window.
This Week
$2.50 Dolls SI.50
See Window.
EVERYBODY'S
123 S. Palafox St.
The House of 10,000 Articles
There Is Only One
OLD FIREARMS
LETTERS
TO
SAtiTA
ZLAV
From The Journal"
Little Boy and Girl
Readers.
Remembers Beloved Teacher.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little
grirl 8 years old. Please bring: me a
doll head, and bring me a sewing bas
ket, full of candy and a doll carriage
and some fruit and don't forget my
teacher, Mies Edith Brassell. Margaret
Campbell PuTdy. 1002 E. Lloyd street.
A Lunch Basket Wanted.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl
7 years old. Santa Claus, I want a
lunch basket for school, and a big doll
and carriage, and a horn and a rubber
and bring Miss Edith a waist. Bertha
Graham.
Just a Few Linos.
Dear Santa Claus: Just a few lines
to let you know what I want you to
bring me Christmas. I want a great
big doll, a pair of skates, a raincoat, a
teaset, story book and ' a few nice
sames, and some candy and fruit.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and
a very happy New Year, I am Your
little girl. Emma Touart, 221 West
Cervantes.
Kswpie and Rain Coat.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little
girl 9 years old, and I don't want much
this Christmas. I want a little kewpie
and a rain cape and for my doll a pair
of white slippers and my teacher a
box of candy and a coat and hat and
some dresses, and some fruit and can
dy and I dope you have a pleasant
Christmas. Good bye. From Hazel
Shackleford.
Remember All Children.
Dear Santa Claus: Don't foreet me
and bring me a lot of toys for a Christ
mas tree. We will expect you at Ding's
house. Remember my little cousins
with a lot of good things and don't
forget children who have no papa or
no mamma living. I am 5 years old
and live at 1197 North Tenth avenue.
Mary Janet George.
Quite a Variety.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl
6 years old. Please bring me a doll
and teaset, a machine, a stove and a
dresser and washstand and a pair of
skates and a table and some chairs and
a Christmas tree. Johanna Klein, 318
W. Main street.
Message from Selma.
Am wrting to The Pensacola Jour
nal for fear you cannot find me. My
address is fl H li'ltrniQo a,.w.,.A u!.-
- ' - - . i IJ u, OCIIIia. I
Ala. Please hunt me up and I will j
not worry you witn so many thintcs;
just a cap pistol and 20 cents worth of
caDS and srm small fiT-or-oic
tool chest and little hoe and rake, some !
r?"ll!t2 f-i IT e. r ,1 1 . I
. - " jr iu nuts emu pieaase,
Santa, don't forget my brother, he
wants a wagon and a teaset and a big
shot gun that shoots bullets, but ox
course he can't have that, can he'
Your little friend. Aubrey Poberson.
Much Love For Santa..
I am a little girl 8 years of age and I
love to hear mama and papa talk about
CUTE little GIRLS'
Hats this week
for
75cJ
Blount Bldg.
Phono
ALONZORICMARD50H&CO.
CEFmFlEDPUBLICACCOUNTANTS
EKPtRcBuiUHNG American NatxBankBuildiho
ATLANTA co"SHc?ENC PENSACOLA. FLA.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK .
Of Pensacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of t- United States.
DIRECTORS:
F. C- Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles W. j. Forbes, Thos W. Brent.
Gentleman That
Santa Claus and I do love Santa very
much and Santa would you be so nice
as to bring me a doll and carriage, a
teaset, bicycle and a pair of skates and
I have two little sisters and one bro
ther and dear Santa I would like for
you to remember them Santa. I wish
you a merry Christmas and a happy
New Year. Your little friend, Evelyn
O'Leary, 217 West Zarragossa street.
Doll, Buggy and Skates.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me
a doll and buggy, a teaset a little
store, a drawing slate, a pair of red
shoes, some fruit and candy and a pair
of skates. Virginia Merritt, 708 East
Gadsden street, city.
Drum, Gun and Wagon.
Dear Santa Claus: Will you send me
a little drum, a little gun, a little wag
on, a box of candy, some firecrackers
and two Roman candles. Walter L
Mayo, 108 East Belmont street, ctly.
Bring Sister .the Same.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little
girl 6 years old. I go to school. I
have been erointr two mnntha utiH on :
read; please bring me a big doll and
"ussy ana some nuts and fruit. Please
bring my little sister the same, she is
four years old; that's all. good Santa
Claus. I am going to be good. Marie
Malone, 1820 North Hayne street.
Don't Forget Her Auntie.
Dear Old Santa: As it has been a
year now since we have heard from
you, which all the little girls and boys
like to see you come around, and bring
them lots of toys and fruit, also fire
works and as I am a real nice little
girl and go to school every day and
learn my lessons, 1 am going to ask
just a few things of you for which
I will thank you very much. I want a
All the latest models
in P. N. Corsets
GUTMAN'S
Piano Factory to You.
"Kranlch A Bath." "Gold String Scho
macher." "Lester "Emerson." "Linda
man," "Chlckerlng.. Player Planoa
"Ceclllan," "Lester." and cheaper. Player
Music, cut prices. Factory agents.
The Clutter Music House.
CUT FLOWERS
For All Occasions
Phones, 332-875.
BOYSEN, the Florist.
24 South Palafox Street.
Mrs. Nordstrom s
Millinery
11 East Intendencia
79.
Pensacola, Fla.
Answers That Description
pair of skates, a painting set and a
nice large doll dressed in blue, with a
slit skirt as I want my doll to be
dressed in the latest style. With many
thanks, I remain, your true little
friend, Hildo Olsen, 213 West Zarra
gossa street, city. P. S. Don't forget
Aunt Margaret. -
Asks Gifts for All.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl
of 13 years old. I have a Uttle sister
6 years old; she wants you to bring
her a little stove, and doll and teaset.
I want you to please' bring me a dress
and hat and a vanity box. That is
all I want this year. Please bring
my mother a nice pocket book. Bring
my little sister a nice red coat. Please
don't forget my little brother; he wants
a nice suit and Boy Scout game and
a ball." He is a very small boy. He
is very smart; he is in the third grade.
I am ' in the seventh grade and my
teacher is Miss Allison. I will say
good-bye to dear Santa, from Evelyn
Houghton, 408 West Romans.
Remember Little Sisters.
Dear Santa Claus. I am a little boy
9 vears old. I want a twn.vhwl Hrv
cle and don't forget my little sister 9
months old. She wants a rag doll and
a teddy bear. This is all for this -time.
Please don't forget us. Yours very
truly. Charles Kastory, 715 East La-
Rua,
TRUSSES
Every stylo snd
size expertly fitted
hero. Wo hsvs
just received a full assortment.
BALKCOM DRUG CO.
17 South Palafox Street.
Phono 19.
Get Your 3 Twice a
Year and Your Money
Back When You
Want It.
These are the futures of ntir
"SpAclal Stock" certificates wh'eh
pay 6 per rent in Feml-annual div
idends, with the privilege of with
drawing vour money whenever
you need It.
If your money Is Idle, or fs draw
ing less than 6 per cent, corns
place it with us.
Regular stock subscriptions us
ually earn. 7 to per cent an
nually in this association.
Pensacola
Home and Savings
Association
R. M CARV. President.
JOHN MASSEV. Secretary.
14 East Government.
Chinese and Japanese
HO LI DA Y GOODS
Many New Arrivals Suit
able for
XMAS GIFTS
Toys and Fancy Fire
works, largest line in the
city.
WING HOR& CO
Novelties and Curios.
31 S. Palafox St.
or "93" to Central and
she'll connect you with
the source of the best
coal on earth
Cary's
Cafaaba Coal
14 East Government Street.
Phones Office 93 ana tit. VsrO
C and 134.
Orders for
INDIVIDUAL
QREETIVG
CARDS
received up to and in
cluding December
The designs we are
showing are . distinctly
individual and cannot
be secured elsewhere.
Let us have vour
order TODAY.
BaH Book and
Novelty Co.
Society Stationers.
Phone 912.
MPRES
EXCLUSIVE FEATliCP
PICTURES I
n.llll T.fC M A.E
This Week: Maxlne Wlnton's m
C nvA V Ca. Matin.. Pwp. a... '
-..-i j ruurn33p
3:30. West Intendencia Stre-t
-ImUSI
Ronita Theatre
Refined Photo Plays
,lli.n1il,-l;li,i,llli,il-,l. aTTff.rr ,Ta,r. iaisq
We have just received
another large shipment
of these beautiful brown
Russia Calf English
Walking Shoes, with
red rubber heels.
sizes and
widths
$4.50
SHOES BOUGHT OF US
SHINED FREE AND RE
PAIRED AT HALF PRICE.
Save the Difference
Anson's
Shoe Store
THE TALK OF THE TOWV
Y. M. C. A.
MINSTRELS
TONIGHT
8:15 P. M.
AT Y. M. C. A.
Ticet I3c. 20c, 30g 50c
IS NOT AHIKTISCD IT DON'T H
Bv "HOP"
V-
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