The DeFuniak Herald – February 19, 1914 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • The Racket Store (1)
    • Not Selling at Cost
    • We are trying our best to stay in the mercantile business, hence we are not selling our goods at “cost” but we do sell them as near that figure as will enable us to make expenses.  We are so glad that our friends are realizing this and are giving us as good business as they are
    • Beautiful Line of Spring Linens at cost
    • Wright’s Health underwear at cost
    • 5 pairs men’s hose 15¢
    • Ladies 25¢ hose for 3¢
  • Furnished Rooms (1)
    • Nicely Furnished Rooms at Mr. S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent Street
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • All the latest novelties in sterling silver , Parisian ivory goods
  • Brother R.J. Ross
    • Tombstones, Monuments or Cemetery Fencing, he represents the Coggins Marble Co. of Canton, GA
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by a registered pharmacist
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving
  • King’s Drug Store- Salves Can’t Cure Eczema (2)
    • J.F. King, Proprietor
    • Recommends D.D.D. Prescription
  • James A. McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (2)
  • The Big Store (2)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (2)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (2)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dixie Auto Shop (2)
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician and Surgeon (2)
  • For Sale or Rent (2)
    • St. Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post Office, See W.A. McLeod
  • The Buckeye Laundry (2)
    • Send us your laundry by parcel post.  We pay return postage.  Prices right, work guaranteed
  • For Sale (2)
    • Two Good Horses, Apply to L.H. Cawthon
  • Will Return in February (2)
    • J. Conrad Scott, Piano & organ tuning & repair
    • Will return from Pensacola on February 18th
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (3)
    • Rexall Orderlies- Makes Healthy Bowels
  • The Circle Store (3)
    • Carries Vegetables, Fruits and Fancy Groceries, W.T. May
  • Dixie Drug Co. (3)
    • School Supplies
  • Star Theatre, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (3)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Music Lessons, Carl Gumph (3)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • Stenographer and Typewriter (3)
    • Orders will receive prompt attention if referred to William E. Smith, Phone 144, Residence East End
  • The Big Store (3)
    • Ladies Millinery Department is being painted  and repaired for their new spring goods this week
  • Glendale Mercantile Company (4)
    • Closing Out! Going Out of Business.
    • Commencing Saturday, February 21 and continuing till everything is sold, the following prices being for cash only:
    • Youth’s shoes from 49¢ up.  Ladies’ shoes from 95¢ up.  Men’s work shoes from $1.19 up.  Men’s dress shoes from $1.69 up.  Mens’ Fawn Brand hats for $1.10.  Mens’ falcon brand Hats for $1.69.  Youth’s Hats from 40¢ up.  Youths’ and Mens’ caps at any old price.  Men’s and boys’ gloves 34¢ and up.  Overalls from 24¢ to 89¢ per pair.  Mens’ Mayfield Pants- 3rd grade value $1.69, 2nd grade value $1.99, 1st grade value $3.49.  Boy’s knee pants, good value 44¢ and up.  Men’s work shirts 43¢ and up. Boys’  work shirts 33¢ and up.  Men’s dress shirts 29¢ and up.  Calico from zero down.  Good Dress Ginghams at 8 1-2¢.  Alseason Galatea at 11. 950 yards of Flannel Outing, all shades, at 8 1-2¢.  Cotton Flannel for any old price.  8-4 unbleached sheeting, 19¢.  Bleached sheeting 21¢. Large Parlor Lamp, 69¢
  • Drs. Raborn & Bertrem, Physicians & Surgeon (4)
    • Office in the J.J. McCaskill Building, Freeport, FL

Compiled by Emily Petroskey