THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 25, 1913.
This holiday season gives us
an opportunity to extend
Christmas greetings and to ex
press appreciation for the busi
ness you have entrusted to us
during the past year, with best
wishes for a Prosperous and
Happy New Year.
A Merry Christmas to all
with many more to follow,
just remember yve can sell
you your clothes for 1914 on
easy terms. . Galin, 26 S. Palafox.
23. J&- JL JLa E
We Buy and Sell A!! Sections.
The Journal will pay $3.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy er
person found stealing subscribers' papers
tfter delivery of same by carrier.
E. S. Mead of Minneapolis is in Flor
ida for th winter, the guest of bis son,
reo. E. Mead, of Cantoranent. Mr.
Mead likes West Florida ajid he ina.y
nnclude to locate her permajjently-
The home of F. C. Humphrey on
West Garden street, was entered by
a bold, thief . early Tuesday and the
intents of a purse containing about
and some other articles, stolen
TV.? thief entered a well lighted ball-.
w?y -while practically all -members of
Yv family were awake and secured
Bruno, a young man of 12
years of age, died this morning- about
!!:30 o'clock after a lingering illness
tuberculosis. Death oocurred at his
home. No. Ill South ' DeVilliers, from
which the funeral cortege will move
fhis afternoon at 2:30' o'clock to St.
M9haM' cemetery;, where the ser
vics will be conducted. The inter
ment will be in St. Michael's ceme
tery. The deceased is survived by a
mother, several brothers and one sister.
GEORGETOWN, TKXAS, J. A. Klm
bro. says: "For several years past
Foley's Honey and Tar Compounds
has been rny household remedy for all
cusrhs. colds, and lung troubles. It has
jriven permanent relief in a. number
"f cases of obstinate coughs and colds."
"'ontaii!s no opiates. Refuse substi
tutes. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy, 121 S.
Palafox street. y- (adv)
The bard ol Benr&I hoary,
Rabin dranaUi Tagore,
By famous sons; and story
Wins Nobel prtzo with glory J
Rabin dranatb. Tagore
Has made a splendid score
Above the loftiest tor
His pegasras will soar.
He's .worthy of all fams
So I feel much to blame
In owning to my shame
I can't pronounce his nme.
(George B. Morewood, In New
A TALK ON OUR
WILD BIRDS AT
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE WILL BE
DELIVERED BY DR. EUGENE
8WOPE, FIELD . AGENT FOR
FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETY.
A. free Illustrated lecture, on "Our
Wild Birds," will be delivered at the
T. If. C. A. building Friday even
tor. Deo. 26, at 8 o'clock. Th lec
ture is given by Dr. Eugene Swope, the
field agent for the Florida Audubon
Society, and also agent for the Na
tional Association of Audubon Socie
ties. The protection of our wttd birds is
no - longer based! upon sewthnewtal
otelms. btrt upon their economic value
to agriculture and iruit-growing inter
ests. The 'agricultural department at
Washington has given extensive re
search along this line and advises,
hardly without exception, the protec
tion of our wild bird.
rr. Swope has been engaged one
month in this work in Flqrrda and has
lectured in twenty different Florida
towns; and in many places the Boards
of Trade and the Women's Clubs have
taken a lively interest in the work. Ir.
Swope will give three months more
to this work in Florida and will travel
pretty much over the entire state lee
uring and organizing Junior Audubon
cla-ffsea in the schools.
Last year Florida was the banner
state of all the southern states in this
educational work and it is to be hoped
that she will keep in the lead this
T&tr. Her only rival Is Tennessee.
While Christmas weeTc is an import
ant time for anything that tends to
divert from Santa. Ciaus, still it is
hoped that there will be a large at
tendance at the lecture Friday even
ing and that men and women as well
ae children will attend, - for the mes
sage is of as much interest to adults
as the young.
We have had a good bus
. iness this year, 1913, and we
thank you one and all for
your liberal patronage.
A Merry Christmas
A Happy New Year
BOSTON SHOE STORE
We Extend You The
and the sincere wish that the contributions you have
made to our success during the year just ending have also
added to your prosperity, and that the services we render
you during the coming year will largely contribute to
your future pleasure and profit.
We wish for you and yours a jolly, merry Christmas,
and many New Years of increasing prosperity and hap
piness. ; "
A. Ray Hardware Go.
West Florida's Largest Hardware Store.
On Face and Head. Was Yry Dis
figured. Hair Fell Out. Cuticura
Soap and Ointment Cured.
Fahaoutfe. Ky. "Two year ao I was
troubled -wh dicta and scalp troubles. I
would hT pimples that would break out
and form seres oa coy face asd
head with terrible- itching.
Tb eczema en bj face and
head Itched and burned and
wbea I aatatched it. It mad
sore and I was Tory die
flfured for tba time beln
My bead became (o sore 1
could set tench it with a
comb: It became a masa of
ore. Mr hair fell out gradually.
"After tryiag aereral reaiedJea without
such benefit a friend that bad boon cured
by Cnttewa Sea and Qiatmeat tald me
and I decided to try tbexa. I was afflicted
about a year before I wed Coticora Soap
and Ointment and after using tham three
weeks I waa catting better aad in less than
three Months, after uffr.g eight cakes of
Catlcnra Soap aad five boxes of Cuticura
Otatmeot, I waa completely cured of ecze
ma." (Sieved) Trunk Vutfue, Dec. 12.
If yea wtsh a slla clear ef pimples. black
heads aad ether annoying eruptions, bands
oft and white, hair live and giesiy. and
calp free front dandruff and itching, begin
to-day the regular use of Cuticura Soap for
the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted Ly
occasional light applications of Outflow
Otatment. No other method ta se agreeable
or economic!. Sold everywhere. Sample
of each mailed free. wHsb 32-p. book. Ad
dress post-card " Cutieura.Dep. T.Boston."
ay Men who stave aad shampoo with Cu
ticura Beep wt!i find it best for akin and sca'p.
WHAT TO GIVE MOTORIST.
8m a H Prfiow an ExoelTent Gift For the
Woman Who Takes Long Rides.
A small pillow that, she can cae In
the motor during the day when off an
trips asd at night as a ha3 rest has
been arranged by one fftri who likes
creature comforts and yet knows that
small apace for luggage is allowed her
in the ear. Hare a cushion at her back
when drtrtac she will, asd also., she
likes a small oe to place beneath her
head at night. T be allowed fro take
two she was net, and she found her
self confronted, by a problem.
The reason of this wag that the only
practical covering for the rubbing asd
dost of the day wear was soft leather,
and leather, as every one knows, has
a Strang edor aad Is net pleasant to
steep on- Se finally she bit upon the
pian of making her own leather cover
e it wonld slip on asd carried ttaen
ones for night.
Baying two soft skins, she ent the
ease the siae aralted to the cushion, adding-
an extra inch te torn under. On
three sides, she stitched it, turning the
four corners that those at the edge te
be left open should be square and well
shaped. Then she bethought that un
less there was some protection, dtnrt of
the day woold settle In the open side,
soiling the white pillow.
To avroM this she out a flap four
inches wide, the length of the case.
This she basted Inside across the open,
making it serre as a wide tongue.
Then, besting bade underneath the ex
tra inch of leather, she pnt the ease in
the machine and sewed it. nslng heavy
twiat. making the effect of a wide hem
about the whole cushion. At each cor
ner ef the tongue she sewed a smell
hook and an eye to correspond on
the Inside of the case to hold the cor
ners down when the cushion was in.
Tv close the two edges there were
leather buttons and buttonholes.
To slip the pillow Into this was the
work of only a moment, and the fasten
ings held it securely protected from
dost. When she wanted to ase it In
the honse the ch salon was taken out,
the leather ease pat aside and one of
white linen substituted. For the fair
motorist who is not so utilitarian in
her tastes is designed the attractive
cushion pictured. This comfortable
head rest is smart if carried out in
leather aad stenciled in a conventional
pattern' in several shades of brown and
yellow, er it is softer and more femi
nine when made from burlap and em.
brsideced in heavy rope silks.
OasMheead Purse Holds.
Learn to weave ribbons into work
bags. Its fascinating emptoyenant,
and ywi! find it a valuable art as
Christmas approaches nearer asd near
er aad year poeketbook gio we thinner
and lighter, for these rihbea bags
cost very little, and they make a woa
derfssl showing for the amount of mon
ey expended open their laaterieL
The most effective bags are woven
from ribbons of inch width fa twe
eofors or in two shades of a color, and
to make a receptacle of moderate siae
there must be five and a half yards of
each tone. These strands are woven
flatly, after the manner of a cheap
splint basket, into a square measuring
a few inches over a quarter yard.
When finished this woven piece is laid
smoothly over a square of plain satin
or taffeta, and two of its sides are rib
bon bound In order to prevent fraying.
The square is then doubled once, the
two ribbon bound sides stiffened with
Our New Home Will Be Palafox and
May this Yulitide season
bring- to all a full measureof
happiness and good cheer
sufficient to last until an-!
MEYER SHOE CO.
Will Move To Palafox and Romana.
I sf lib, it 'fr '
the Uning and ribbon weaving sewed
over a good sized embroidery ring.
KTBBOIT WOVEF WOBX&AM.
which is kept In place by a second
seam run close fc its lower edge- Three
and a half yards of narrower ribbon,
preferably matching the darker shade
used for the weaving and shirred
through Its center, make a pretty fln
ishiag for the month and sides of the
bag and cover those seams perfectly.
Two additional yards of ribbon are suf
ficient for the double hangers. The
girl who is fend of crocheting wCl find
the parse bag In the cut a delightful
present for some of her friends. Most
of the deetau, which is done te resem
ble fillet net, has an Irish lace design
as a border across the center of the
bag. The bottom of the bag ia finished
with tasseis alternating with lace mo
We Heartily Thank You
for your very generous pat
ronage of our store and may
you have a
Very Merry Christmas
Watson, Parker Reese Co
EVERYTHING TO WEAR
e I .:
A fS A 3 i
Warfield Grocery Company
Corner Intendencia and Alcaniz.
Miss Ella Ward the St.
Nicholas Girl of Pensacola
(Continued from First Page.)
plums," and other pood things, danced
last night in the heads of many littlo
children, who will be made happy this
morning at the biff Christmas tree, to
which you are invited, 10 o'clock,
sharp, in the old McHugh store, on
Our big new stock ofUacett A Myers pre
miums includes doseoa of articles for men,
wmcn end children. Coxae in and eee
them. Ladles Invited.
O J. S. Plnkussohn
Palafox and Romana.
In Wishing Its Many Friends a Very
Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year
The Ready-to-Wear Store also wishes to thank
all those who have so kindly lent their patronage (
during the year just past.
With' the compliments of trie season,
Ready-to- Wear Store
9 and II South1 Palafox
our store will remain open today until
noon and you can find here a varied
assortment of hundreds of things suitable
for gifts for man or boy.
to all our friends and customers
A. Henry White & Bra
PENSACOUA'S ALfTHiORiTY ON MEN'S AND BOYS VEAR.
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets.
atrftra of whalebone i and ha tops .ol
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