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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1914.
Section Two F Socia New Items of Interest Gathered From Many Places By Special Correspondents 8 West onda MARIANNA. I Marianna. Jan. 10. Mr. W. G. Lan drum has returned from a trip to Montgomery. Birmingham and other cities. V, Miss Lenise Llddon left Tuesday to ifcume her studies at Brenau college after spending the holidays at home. Mr. T. J. Beauchamp of Alliance, -was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs H. F. Henton have re turned home from Wisconsin where they went with the remains of their father, Mr. H. T. Henton. , Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Daffln and little daughter, Olga, have gone to Mont gomery, . where an operation will be performed on the little girl. " Mrs. A. S Harvell left Sunday for ' her home in , Milledgevllle. Ga after spending some time here with her daughter. Mrs. I tV. Watson. Miss Pattie Holden left Sunday sight for Pensaoola to take charge ' of her school again. Mr. W. J. Singletary of Grand Ridge. ore of oct county commsisioners, was In the city Thursday. He Is one of the hers Is more money in cane than In cotton. Miss Evelvn Dekle left Saturday for "Koills coltera. where she Is attending rssehooi, to resume her work. r Rhodus Nichols has returned to the ,-eity after spending several days at Two Egg with home folks. ,-r Mr. W. J. Wynn returned to hi 3orae in Birmingham Sunday after spending several days with friends aere. ... One of the pleasant events of the week was the meeting of the Matrons' iHook club with Mrs. Whit Moss. The ,pr.'se for the occasion was soi ornament for the hair and was won by Miss Mar- arvertte Simmons. At a late hour Mrs. Moss served her guests with a tempt ing salad course with hot chocolate. The club will have Its next meeting with Mrs. Lnclen Watson. . One of the most enjoyable social vents of the past week was a mati nee party at the Imperial theater Satin-Say afternoon, given in honor of iseveral charming college girls who tor.ve been spending the Yuietide season t home. Mrs. vvuiiam k. capei was the charming hostess on this delightful occasion. The guests who enjoyed Mrs. Capel's hospitality were: Misses Iucy and Beds Milton, Julia Crigler, Frances JlusfK, Liliia Treadwell and her guests After being delightfully entertained the guests of Misses Lncile Milton Hnl Lyle Treadwell. MisscK Clarice and Ixus Tatom of Harford left Monday at . midnight for the wornan'a college at 'Tallahassee. They were accompanied Ty Misses Luclle and Bessie Milton and Lyle Treadwell. .After being delightfully entertained as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. .Tvaniel, Mrs. Hayes Lewis returned Monday to her home in Jacksonville. Guro Yourself at Homo. : Five Minute Treatment Will Convince S the Host Skeptical Head Noises S Relieved from the First Trial. Nature's Own Way Is the Btt Cure. Send tho Coupon, You Wont Have to Strain to Hear. The secret of how to use the mysteri ous and Invisible nature forces for the cuio v - - -- 1 at last been discovered. 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Please send me without cost or ob ligation on my part, complete Infor mation concerning the new method for the . treatment and cure of deaf ness or head noises. If I wish you to make a diagnosis of my case after huvhiff fwm vmi vfin or tn Hr r. fci FRED OP" CHARGE. 'Name . Address Town . State Ifefaf nsss j" Posit iwly o Mrs. Lewis was accompanied home toy Mrs. Paul Long, who will be her guest for several weeks. Mr. M. P. Metcalf. wife and son of Altha, were visitors to the city yester day. Mr. Metcalf has recently moved to Altha, where he will conduct a big farm and do a general supply busi ness. . Mr. Menton Walton of Xew York, who has been spending a few days in the city with his cousin, Mrs. B. 1L Dickson, left Monday afternoon for a short stay in North Carolina, CREST VIEW. Crestview, Jan. 10. Mr. Earnest Smith of Bagdad, was here last Sat urday night, shaking hands with his many friends. Miss Fannie Atwel, daughter of Mrs. Eljz Atwel, entertained quite a num ber of her friends- In honor of her thirteenth birthday. All report a de lightful time. ; Mr. W. A. Douglass had ihe misfor tune to loose a fine horse last Satur day night. Jno. R. Smith of Bagdad, was here Monday, delivering fruit trees and shaking VE3s with his many friends. Mr. D. j". Grloe, of Bonifay, was hero Monday talking woodcraft. Mrs. Eliza Woodruf paid DeFuniak a business visit last Tuesday. Mr. J. A. Rlchburg and L. E. Bows spent last Tuesday in DeFuniak. on business. Mr. Levy More let last Tuesday night for Cantonment to take a posi tion with the I & N. Mr. Guy Edge has accepted a posi tion with the Li. & X., as night operator here. The Congregational chtrrch has ar ranged for a lady evangelist to hold a series of meetings here. Miss Bessie Perryman left Sunday night for Pensaoola, where she la at tending school. Miss Morman has been on the sick list for tho past week. Rev. A. C. Johnson of MT.llgan was here last Tuesday, shaking hands with his many friends. Uncle Archie McDonald spent two days out at Mr. J. H. Richburg's. Mr. J. H. and J. A. Richburg finished gathering their corn this week. They hav housed about l."00 bushels. Tho Crwtv!ew Mill : Gin Co. have received their permit from the railroad company to put in a conveyor from the track to the mill so as they can unload corn by tho car. W. R. White and Roy Diamond sre doing the work. Mr. J. D. Cobb spent last Wednesday t.xx Laurel Hill on business. Rev. J. Vi. Brasher and family of B"eulah, arrived last Tuesday night. He has moved into the parsonage, and has charge of the Northern M. E. church. We all welcome them. Mr. Sherman Cox of Bagdad, was up the first of the week, shaking hands with his many friends. Miss Annie Nelson arrived last Wed nesday night from Kentucky to spend a whtla with her father, Mr. i H. NoJson. Mr, W. R. White had the misfortune to cnt his right foot severely with an adz. Hop ho will not be laid up long. Humphries Frater has installed a new heater in his drug store for the benefit of his customers. R. D. Bush and F. Jernlgan gave a musical entertainment at tho Hotel Crescent. The music was enjoyed by all. Last Friday evening quite a crowd gathered at the home of Miss Ruth Henderson's, and marched from there to the Frater house and gavs Miss Mary Frater a surprise rarty, in honor of her birthday. All report a de lightful ttmo. W. G. Wallace left last Sunday night for North Carolina to visit his father. Muscogee. Jan. 10. Miss Lois Stuck ey rounded up the holiday gayetles with a delightful party at the home of her aunt. Mrs. XL Whlttaker, on Saturday evening, It being in fhe na ture of a farewell party to the visit ing young people and the college set, most of whom returned to their differ ent schools Sunday and Monday. The New Year's party, given by Miss Nell Mullins. was quit a social success. The guests were requested to represent months of the year, and noted characters, and present a writ ten resolution at the door. From all accounts Happy Hooligan and Su zanne deserved the prize. Miss Mable Merritt, Mrs. Guyte Mc Cord, Miss Susie Nell Patterson and Miss Marie Mosley. returned to Talla hassee Monday. Miss Li 11a and John IL Patterson have also returned to Palmer college, Fred Merr!tt to High land' Home. Ala., and Miss Ethel Mc Kinnon and Robert Bell to Pensacola. Miss Flora Cox and Miss Nellie Grant have returned from their holi day vacation and the school is doing J good work getting ready for a plunge into mid-term examinations. Mrs. John Bell and Miss Mattie Lee Bell visited relatives in Brewton, Ala., a few days, returning Saturday. Leon Mosley and John Cowlan of Burnt Corn. Ala., went to the city Monday evening. Mrs. J. W. Larkin and Mrs. Silvia Albino, who is visiting her went to Pensacola Monday to attend the fun eral of Mr. Lewis. Mrs. Will Wilkinson of Brewton, Ala., Is here on a visit to Mrs.J. A. Bell. J. H. Tompkins and family attended services in Pensacola Sunday. Mrs. McDonald is visiting Mrs. W. C. Lott. W. B. Vaughn and Leon Mosley spent Tuesday in the city. Messrs. Yonge, Long and Freeman were here in the interest of business Wednesday. C. L. Tompkins went to the city Monday afternoon. "Miss Lois Stuckey spent the holidays very pleasantly in Pensacola, return ing Saturday. Alex McKinnon was a visitor to the city Monday. Miss Middie Trammell spent several days with Miss Neta Barrineau at Quintette last week. Miss Minerva Jones returned from Bay Minette Saturday. Mrs. Lee Waters has been very ill at the home of Mrs. Jordan Waters at Clear Springs.. Hr friends will be MUSCOGEE. J pleased to know that she has so far recovered as to be able to return to Atmore, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, who wero with her dur ing her illness. Miss Eva Waters spent the mid winter holidays at home. sopchoppy. Sopchoppy, Jan. 10. Miss Eula Long primary teacher in the high school, returned from her home last Satur day, where she had spent the holidays. The high school re-opened Monday with the best attendence thsy have had yet. Nine new pupils were enrolled. B. F. Hawkins of Tallahassee, has contracted the business of the Camp Lumber Co.. and moved his family to this place and is occupying the house recently vacated by Dr. KendalL Miss Ethel Rousa of West Sopchoppy has enrolled in the high school here. Rev. Breland has arranged with the conference to remain here this year and will fill the Methodist pulpit Sun day morning and evening. Mrs. Fa tiny Prfce "has been cm the sick list thl week. Mr. A. O. Alcorn of GradyviHe, Ga, is visiting the family of his brother, R. T. Akrora. Robt. Ashfflore, Lucius and Louise Syfrett of Ashraoro ar new papUs at the high school. Jerry Hodge made a flying trip to Bainbridge Friday. Glenn Roberts went up to Ben Hs?n on business Wednesday. Dr. Kendall and wife are now occu pying the McKeniie house. Miss Laura Coggins of Medart Is a new student at the high school. Miss W!Jlie Cook, who has been spending the holidays with her friend, Miss Flossie Hodge, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Richard Oliver was a business visitor to Ash-more today. Supt. C. K. Allen attended the meet ing of the county hoard Monday. Misa Lola Strickland will kav Sat urday to enter school at Madison. A. C. and A. T. A! cove visited friends at Panacea. Miss Erpa Jonea, principal of the high school here, has returned, after spending the holidays pleasantly with relatives and friends In Alabama and Georgia. J. H. Hos of Carrabelle. is in town on business. Mrs. C K. Allen has been confined to her roo-03 for the past several days, but is better at present. May Wilttams of Tallahassee, and agent for the J. P. Williams Co.. is transacting business here. Chief erf Police Brown mad a flying trip to the capital city this week. J. L. Dozier and sen, L. Z. Dozier. have finished their contract here and moveS tbtr business to Helen, near Tallahassee. CHIPLEY ChiDley, Jan. 10. W. JJ. Faulk and son, Frank, spent Friday In Pensacola. Dunk McQuagg-e mlngTcd with friends at Vernon Monday. C P. Gilbert of tha Sexton section was In town Tuesday. Mayor F. B. Callaway spent Satur day ov the river bunting. D. C. Rogers of Dothan, A!a was here on business Mondty. D. D. D&vis was called to Panama City on business Wednesday. A. Hessoms was over from Bonifay and spent the day here Saturday. G. B. Bush was in from the hill and spent a few hours here Saturday. Attorney H. IT. Wells transacted business at the county site Monday. Woriey Sowell of the White Oak section, was In town new year's day. Miss Inez Barrett Fpent several days with relattives at Cottondale last week. J. D. Leonard of Bonifay, was here Sunday, the guest of W. D. Peters and family. County Commissioner George Meyers was up from his still near Wausau. Saturday. Rev. W. D. Owens was np from his farm near Wausau and spent the day here Friday. County Commissioner W. A .Sessoms of Bonifay, was in town Saturday afternoon. W. O. Daniel was down from Camp bellton and spent the week-end with his family. L. D. Watts of Enterprise. .Via., vis ited with relatives here a clay or two first of the week. F. Bullock and wife passed through town Saturday enroute to their home at St. Andrews. Bert Davis and his mother Mrs. D. D. Davis, autoed over to Vernon and spent Friday. Eb Standerfer and wife and daugh ter, visited with relatives at Panama City several days last week. J. M. Owsley, auditor for the B. C. & St. A. railroad, spent a day or two at Southport on business last week. Mrs. A. I. Miller returned few days ago from Texas, where she spent the holiday season with her parents. Mrs. Flora Mitchell was over from DeFuniak and spent Monday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Camp bell. E. A. McClosky of Gainesville, spent a few days here this and last week, the guest of his father J. R. McClosky, and family. Little Misses John and Francis Home, after a visit with relatives hre, returned to their homo at Lynn Ha ven Friday. LOCKHART. Lockhart, Jan. 10. Miss Bess Riles, the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Riles, left this week for the woman's college in Montgomery, where she will resume her studies aft er having spent the holidays very pleasantly here. She. with Miss Mar garet Campbell, spent several days this week in Andalusia as the guests of Miss AdaJee Riley. Misses Helen and Genevieve White returned this week to Wesleyan col lege, Macon. Ga They spent the holi days with their parents here. Mrs. W. S. Harlan and daughters, Marion and Kathryn, left this week for Baltimore, where the girls will resume their studies at Bryn Marr preparatory department. E. R. Wiltbank. traveling salesman for the Jackson Lumber Company, left this week for a two weeks' stay in North Alabama Miss Willie KeHey is the vers' at tractive guest of her cousins. Miss Koerber and Eugene Porter, at the Dixe hotel. A dog owned by John Andrews here went mad last Thursday, it is thought, and bit a great many dogs. It also bit W. T. Seilars on the hand. He left immediately for Montgomery for treat ment. Mrs. F. C. Hundley, who has been quite iii with la grippe. Is out again. Ben McLeod of Sumter, S. C, spent several days with Ms brother, A. E. McLeod, here. Miss Grimes of Samson i expected to spend the week-end with Mrs. J. R. Matthews. The entire community was shocked and grieved by the death of A. B. Salts after a very brief Illness. The remains were buried in Florala cemetery last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Or en CoughenMir have been visiting the parents of the latter In Luverne. I; HARRIS. I M J; Harris, F5a-, Jan. 10. Otir ooimn nity was greatly shocked yesterday when the sad news came to us that Mr. Harvey Jones, a very prominent young man, was dead. Mr. Jones had spent the ChrUrtmas holidays with friends and relatives at Vernon and was on his way home when taJcen sud denly ill and had to stop at Beatrice for treatment, but after nine days' struggle with pneumonia gave up and passed to the great beyond at 2: SO Tuesday, January 6. The deceased was a son of Capt. J. T. Jones and was well liked by all who knew him, anTi his friends were numerous. This young ma.n had reached hs twenty-eeventh year. He was surrounded by friends an aunt. Mrs. Johnson, and his sister. Miss Nellie Jones, at his death. His remains were brought home on Tuesday by Mr. George Marler and buried from the family residence at Mary Esther cemetery at 2 o'clock Wednesday, January 7. The bereaved family have the heart felt sympathy of this entire commu nity. -Capt. Aaa Ward has been 111 the past few days with lajrricre. Dr. EL C. Rumor and wife and two sons and her father. Dr. Barturll, and a friend. Mrs. Barber, from Flint. Mich., are at the Condon House for the win ter months. Business In lorgfng seems to bo dull here now. It is understood the mill has shut down in Pensacola. hence no demand for logs. The new steamer Baldwin Is expect ed upon her maiden trip to Boggy, and all points between there .nd Pensaco la will be tmjehed by her. today. The Misses Millers returned to Bac ker . after having npent a couple of weeks here, the guests of Miss Bessie Hall. SAMSON. Samsrm, Jan. 10. Miss Maray Riven-bark entertained a rmmber of her friends Monday evening at her home on Main street. Hid dominoes was en joyed throughout the ovening. A salai course was served, after which the guests departed. Mr. Olin Smith left. Tuesday for his home in Way cross. G... after a pleas ant visit to friends here. Misses Ooode Matheny and Kate Jones have returned from a few days' stay with relatives and friends in Ge neva. air. Ed Jones was a business visitor to Geneva Wednesday. Mr. Slyde Ward of Uno'a waj here this week. Miss Rossle Wilson has returned to her home In Knterprise after a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. J. Rlvenbark. Miss Hilda Holloway left Wednesday for Montgomery, where she Is attend ing the woman's college. Mr. P. H. Hand of Geneva was here the first of the week. Miss Willie Bell Morris is visiting relatives in Dothan, Mr. J. J. Jones made a imsinces trip to Hacoda Wednesday. Clem Faulk and Bruce Robblns have returned to Tuscaloosa to resume their studies at the university. Mrs. Fred Winston and children of Gainesville are the guests of relatives here. Grady Page left Sunday for Nash ville. Tenn., where he is attending Van derbllt university. Mrs. W. S. Jones and children have returned from an extended visit to re latives in Folkston, Ga. Southport, Jan. 10. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomas and baby left on Wednes day for Mrs. Thomas's former home in Chamuckla. where she and the baby will remain for some weeks while Dr. Thomas will go to Chicago for the purpose of taking a post-graduate course in medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac A. Stewart and little daughter. Mildred, left during the week for a visit of some weeks in Seminary, Mls.. their old home. Mr. D. B. Scott of Mobile has been in Southport for the Past few weeks shipping a lumber cargo. The Swan came in on Wednesday with a reoord-breaking amount of freight for Southport. Lynn Haven and points on East Bay. One of the latest Investors in real estate in this county Is Mr. G. K. Cum mings of Chicago. He and his cultur ed wife spent last winter and spring at Panama City. After loking over sev eral tracts of land he has finally pur chased a large acreage on North bay within a short distance of this place. The property includes Bay Head, one of the most tropical and picturesque spots on St. Andrews bay. It is under stood that Mr. Cummings is making preparation for extensive Improve ments on his property. He is Just the kind of investor wanted in this county, one whose intention It is to develop the natural resources and na tive beauty of his investment. Friends of Mr. Raymond Pitts, who resigned his position as accountant of the Southport Lumber Company sev eral months ago, are con gratuie ting- 1 J i) I SOUTHPORT if him upon his success in having mad flattering connections with the ac counting firm of Sylerand, Ross Bros. & Montgomery, of New York city, where h3 is now pleasantly establish ed. With the shutting &o- of the plan ing mill on Thursday all operation of the Southport Lumber Company's plant at this place ceased. The saw mill closed down last month. Miss Rasa of Atlanta will arrive some time this month to malce her an nual visit at the home of her brother, Mr. F. M. Ruse. ESTERO. Estero, Jan. 10. After spending the holidays vei-y pleasantly, our commu nity is getting down to hard work, try ing to make the new year greater than any in the past. Our popular depot agent. M. C. La nier, will leave Satur4ay, to the regret of many, to assume a very responsible position in Montgomery. Miss Mayme Clark spent the week end with relatives in Sloc-omb, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. R L. Peterman, ac companied by W. B. and T. M. Ad ams, spent Sunday in Hartford. Mr. D. W. Tew has reientiy been ap pointed depot agent of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Saxton Wade are spending the holiday with relatives. Mr. Sanford Clark spent Saturday in Slocomb, Ala. Mr ani Mrs. A. L. Jones are the proud, parents of a fins girl, born on the fifth. Mr. and Mrs. C C Holland have re turned from an extended trip to Pana ma City. Mr. R. L- Peterman was a. business visitor to Geneva Monday. Mr. D. P. Preston has located in our town on Alabama street. Mr. R. F. George returned Monday from Geneva. Mrs. R. L. Peterman is spending a few days fn Dothan, the guest of Mrs. R. T. Hughes. Mrs. J. L. Thomas and family of Alabama has moved to our promising little town to make his future home. Mr. Will Bush and Miss Dixie Pate were quietly married here Sunday. Mr. 11. L. Douglass and Miss Lizzie Faulk were quietly married on Thurs day at the bride's home. A wedding of more than usual in terest was that of Miss Johnnie Com mander and Mr. Lonnle Powell, which occurred here on Tuesday evening, January 6. The bride and groom both are very prominent and popular young people of Hartford. Their only attend ants were Mr. Barnctt and Miss Jala Stewart. Both have many friends who extends them their most sincere good wishes. Mr. T. S. Folium is now serving our town very satlsfactorylly as marshal. j FLORALA. yioral Jan. 1. The Fiorala Cash Store, a corporation heretofore doing business in Florala, has been dissolved. Messrs. H. A. Hughes, J. W. Hart and ; W. ft. Rfil were stockholders Jn the corporation. The firm will continue in business and will assume the name of Hughes & Hart. Aubery Price was seriously cat with a. p'jiivciftjiiia oy jjonry BlULTnfliu ill a fight last Mowlay night. The diffi culty, it is related, grew out of the elertion of officers for the Boy Scouts, both of the boys being members of that ! organization. The affair is regretted very much by friends of both of the boys. The Civic League will hold a meeting next Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock Jn the rooms of the Industrial League. Matters that demand the attention of all members will come before the or ganization, therefore a full attendance is urgently requested, Luther Bush has given tip the po sition held so long by him with la-mar-Britton Mercantile Company and is now with the grocery Arm of B, H. Farmer & Sons. Grady Farmer also has given up his situation at the L. & X. depot and hereafter will devote his time to developing business for the firm, of which he is a member. Both of these are young men of sober thought and action, well liked and not afraid of work and their attachment to the store means a great deal to it. Councilman IL A. French informed" the Journal correspondent that a big contract has been let to J. T. Manning which Includes the improvement of Florala's streets and sidewalks. A great deal of repairing and construc tion work will be done and it is the intention of Mr. Manning to procure road machines and proceed with the work at once. Recently R. H. Stalling has done some work that redounds greatly to his credit. Mr. Stallings owns a piece of land near the Central of Georgia rail way's Y east of town. The land was marshy and covered with bushes and briars. This has all been cleared away and the land ditched. The trees also were removed. Standing at the corner of Fifth avenue and Fourth street one can now view a field of growing oats out near the railroad. The land will soon dry out and be ready for cultiva tion. STATE COLLEGE. Tallahassee, Jan. 10. The State Col lege for Women resumed Its sessions Tuesday. Jan. 6, with nearly all of its registered students In their riaees and a number of new ones. In looking over ! tne list or new names, we notice that most of them are from the peninsular section of the state. At chapel exercises on Wednesday morning the college had the pleasure j or neanng Mr. j. a. Evans, who stopped on his way from the meeting of the Florida Educational Associa tion, where he delivered an address. Mr. Evans Is connected with the farm demonstration work in the de partment of agriculture at Washing ton. He was an honor (meat at a luncheon. given by the domestic science department. The luncheon was gotten up entirely by the etndenta In domestic science. Mr. C. K. McQuarrie. the demon stration agent of Escambia county, shared the honors with Mr. J. A, Evans and the other guests were the home economics faculty. Miss Tallie Mathis from Holmes county, on- of the winners of the fir.?': state prize in the canning club, is a new student since Christmas. Miss Wells leaves this week for Gadsden county to asi?t the Home Improvement clubs. She ha 3 six of these clubs in the western portion of the state under her supervision. Miss Rausch is rejoicing over tho fact that t-he has the largt-st and best class of violin students in the state. Miss Mary Louise Scales of Tampa, and Miss Clara McDonald of Gaines ville returned from the Student Volun teer Conference hold in Kansas City, where they went as leprest'iJUiiivcx of the college student body. Florida hud but one other representative, a student from Columbia college, Lake City. Mis McDonald was entertained in a private home. Miss Stales had the honor of being entertained at the Sear ritt Bible school. They .tro full of enthusiasm and joy of the meeting, where there vere over 5000 .student delegates ;imi about 1000 volunteers. It was an int-r.iration to her, ;is u fi great mr-ji as John H. Molt, Kobt. E. fcipear, S-Jhcrwood Kddy. and many others were present. :ie ieaturo of special interest whs the- tei i .uns tl.at poured in from every i alien i-f tho earth. The students are pi-epiiriug for a public meeth.g at wlnVb t!is, tvo young ladies wiil rn.ike thir reports. Miss Scales is alrer.dy a student volunteer of two years uiro, an.) tli college will thus foH fi di.-t im-iivcly personal interest in th.it wo u. Miss Schwalmeyrr. l;iv,t t nf the training school, reports ovtv !,sk m tti school ocoupifl ly rcj;ii!.r pupils and a waiting lit already b"RHn for next year. Members of the basketball fr-ain :u " busy rracticing for Xhr match khiih: that is to be playfd in two wee-ks. This means a college letter for the suc cessful ones and of roiir"1 will b.- ;m exciting event. Treat Your Eyes Right This Y If you suffered witli your eyes lai year, come in now, early in the New Year, and have them examined. Kyes don't hurt without cause and if yours hurt you should have them nf fended l al .mc. My charges are very reasonable, both for ex amination and glasses, 50 don't, delay and suffer pain, inconvenience and possibly -m i -u - damage lo your eyesight, but come in tomorrow and let 111c make an examination. J 1 Manufacturing Optician. 10 South Palafox Street. With Diffenderfer. cass SiSEHSBESffl 9SXXX There Are Few Rooms That Could Not Be Bettered By a eznor Living-room, hall, bed-room, bath-room, nur sery hardly a room of your home that wouldn't be more cheerful, cozier with a Reznor. And your office, or the shipping room of your factory or if you happen to be an artist, your studio a Reznor would often come in mighty handy. See Our Display. Prices Reasonable. Pensacola Gas Company Phone 2(M1 IN MEMORY OF MR. W. F, LEWIS. Just one week npo Mr. W. F. Lcwv wm called from amrng us to his etn -ral reward On? ljy working nhm t his hom. and tht next mcrinti? a th light of day filtered dimly thrn.'gh h: windows, V.ip siimiuens cme to "Tiv city not made with h.inri.-." No illness. -M-rpt the (YebU-ncn " 75 year?, but .i-i.-t Thf ij!-t Con' -mander's summons ur.d unothfr of th uncrowned heroc -' M ,! -d ! and joined the host o" comrades wh- hal gone before. How fis! the rank" have thinned, how fw cf te "! lenders of tin- South" .ire anions t Yet eveji the ehiidjn Who a-l lo them, for tin '.r bronze mi da I is a Kidr- nf distinction aitd honor. Mi. was seldom xocn without tb'a badge ef distinction; it w3. one of hi lo-f-H-ed pofii,i"i oiip A sincere frien i. an !.oii.n'b mm ,t devoted father ;ind huhatul. the traits have left ; cherished metuot v to friends as w.-t! .is the imtne.Late taui ily. HusSdc the beloved wlTr a 1'unllv of the following grown children are, l r leaved: Mis. A. MiniiMiiui of Rnou 1 ramie. Mr.-. W. A r.liTK"' f W M ir. den street. Mm. W. I., '"row of I.itt. M; you. Mr. II. '. l,cTi, 'fr;. i A Sp.iHK'er of i.ou si.'uu', and Mr. V. C I .en-is of "h.i pm i n. The .yni p;i ' h f ! fiends h.n ( pfeia'Iy gono otit to t'u- OUURCSt d.iushter. Mis-! Leila Lewis, who for many e. rs had been the only h!M at hoTiie and the bri g'ltress and Joe of th lathe and mother's old ne. A HllRND. Subscribe for The Journal. ear r