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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1914.
SO PTFTY F V F M T s PERSONAL INTERESTING SOCIETY PHONE NO. 38. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON ARIS FASHION HINT ; Y r-t A tailored costume for spring, Model of dark blue, showing jacket, with belt and pockets. OUT IN THE FIELDS WITH GOD. The little cares that fretted me, I lost them yesterday Among: the fields above the sea Among: the winds at play, Among the lowing: of the herds, The rustling of the trees, Among the singing of the birds, ;!j The humming of the bees. I cast them all away The foolish fears of what may hap pen, Among the clover-scented grass, Among the new-morn hay, Among the husking of the corn . Where the drowsy poppies nod. Where 111 thoughts die and good are born. Out In the fields with God. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. NEW CITY THIMBLE CLUB TO MEET TODAY. The New City Thimble Club will meet this afternoon at taree o'clock with Mrs. T. J. Vinson, 1405 Blount street. This Is a special meeting of the club. GUESTS OF MR. AND MRS. MAYES. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Kingsbery, of Hartford, South Dakota, arrived last evening, and are the guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mayes. OFFICERS OF MISSISSIPPI TO ENTERTAIN THIS EVENING. The officers of the Mississippi will entertain with a dance aboardship this evening, at which society will be largely represented. The presence of the naval vessels has added very much to the pleasures of the winter, and the Informal teas and dances which have been given from time to time by the naval offi cers have much enlivened society. . CROUP RELIEVED IN FIFTEEN MINUTES No need to dose with nauseous drugs or alcoholic syrups. Simply rub. a little Vlck's "Vap-O-Rub" Croup and Pneu monia Salve well over the throat and chest. The vapors inhaled loosen the tough choking phlegm and ease the dim cult breathing. One application at bed time, covered with a warm flannel cloth. Is a sure preventive. Vick's ia quicker than internal medicines for all Inflamma tions of the air passages from head colds and Catarrh Asioa and Bronchitis down to deep chest colds and Pneumonia. Tr a Jar now 25c,"&Oc and $1.00. Liberal fre sample on request. The Viek's Chem ical Co. 100 Pomona avenue. Greensboro, N. C. (adv) Try our No. 4 BLEND COFFEE Absolutely pure no Chicory 25c per pound Roasted every day Coffee Ranch Go M Couth Pal.fox Street. Phone 422. DOES ALL OF HER OWN WORK And is Glad to Do So, as She Was Denied This Privi lege for Two Years. Richmond, Ky., Mrs. N. V. Willis, of this place, says: "I suffered, for over three years with womanly trouble, and tried many different treatments, but none or tnem seemed to do me any good. I had almost given up to die. when a friend of mine begged me to try Cardul, the woman's tonic. I got a bottle, and began to feel a great deal better after the first few doses. I then got four bottles, and after taking these I was cured. I don't know what a female pain is now, do all my work, eat anything I want, and feel like a 16 year old girl. I never expect to be without Cardul In my house as long as I live, as I firmly believe It saved my life, and I will praise It to all of my suffering lady friends." Cardul Is a purely vegetable remedy, containing no harmful mineral prod ucts. Its ingredients act in a helping, building way, on the womanly consti tution. It has been relieving womanly troubles for over half a. century, dur ing which time It has proven of more than ordinary value as a tonic for weak women. You can rely on Cardul. It will do for you what it has done for thou sands of others. Begin taking it to day. N. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dspt., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64- pas book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper on re quest. (Adv) DOUBT. Tired? So am I. Let's rest. Stop preparing for the worst; Get ready for the best, I fear that most of us are curst With a too persistent zest At counting o'er the ills of life- Forgetting all the rest. Disappointed? So am I, My plans have come to naught, And success has passed me by, Nor given me a thought. But no tear shall dim xny eye Till the battle has been fought To a finish live or die. Heartbroken? No, you're not. You've top many blessings still That you know cannot be bought. See the good forget the 111 Joys that come to us. unsought. And abide with us until We leave this earth-worn spot. O, doubter! Lift your eyes From your little selfish gloom. Beneath the wide blue skies. O, see you not there's room For all the hopes you prize Some time, some where to bloom? Stop doubting and grow wise, Cora Greenleaf. MRS. GUNDERSHEIMER HOSTESS TO YOUNG MARRIED WOMEN'S CLUB. Mrs. Ralph Gundersheimer enter tained the Young Married Women's Club Wednesday afternoon at her home on North Barcelona, with five hundred as the game. Mrs. Ike Hirsch man won the first prise, a sewing bag, Mrs. Sam Kahn won the second prize, pair of silk hose, and the visitor's prize was won by Mrs. Morris Bear, two dainty handkerchiefs. Mrs. Gundersheimer hd as guests of the club, Mrs. Leopold Mayer and her sister, Mrs. Bodenheimer, of At lanta, and Mrs. Morris Bear and her sister, Miss Meta Bosenau, of New York, and Mrs. N. Goldring. The next meeting of the clubs will be with Mrs. Ga.be Hirsch at her home on North Spring street. WORK OF YOUNG WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOIATION. Pensacola's Y. W. C. A. has been In existence now little more than, a year, but during that time it has made won derful progress. The interest in the work here is so great and the members are working so earnestly for the success of the as sociation, that it may be well to study what other cities are' doing, along similar lines. The following excerpts are taken from the report of the general secre tar yof the Y. W. C. A. in Mobile, recently published, in the Mobile Regis ter: The lunch room has been splendid ly patronized during the entire year; many young business women have taken advantage of the comfort and convenience it affords. An average number of 22,400 noon meals wre served; dally average attendance be ing 65, with many days that were unusually large in patronage. The lunch room is hampered in service and we feel the pressing need of more space and equipment. The membership for the year stands tt ICQ with 64 new. names added. There was no campaign work and for the first three months of the year the committee was without a chairman, but at the present time with the chairman, Mrs. C. E. Vin cent, and a very able committee, the membership aim is a high one and will te cne of the greatest factors in the work The work of the Travellers Aid as carried on by the association is rsc ogniita as a necessity in every azy of any size. It is a branch of work most important, effective, and telling in results through the public service rencereu by the Travellers' Aid sec retary, Miss Peeples, who sends in the following report for 1913: Xumber of trains met 1,623 Number of persons assisted 960 Assistance given to ladies 270 Assistance given to girls 47 Assistance given to mothers (with little children 77 Assistance given to old people .. 32 Assistance given to sick people.. 32 Assistance given to blind people.. 3 Assistance . given to deaf people... 3 Directed to hotels, boarding or rooming houses 213 Assisted by telephoning 3G Foreigners assisted 2 Clubs and meetings of a social na ture have brought many young girls to the association rooms, while many visitors from other places were re ceived and welcomed. The visit of Miss McElroy, execu tive secretary of the south central field, with headquarters at St. Louis, was from an educational standpoint in association interests, the greatest inspiration and impetus to work. Through her, field, national and for eign work was presented, and the 1S5 women representing the volun teer workers among the member ship in attending the meetings with her, were inspired afresh, to a larger personal service in the great work she so ably represents. THE PAST NOBLES GRANDS TO MEET THIS AFTERNOON. The Past Nobles Grands Association will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Charles Fredericksen, 527 West Garden street. The meeting, which was post poned last week on account of bad weather, is a special meeting and very important, and it is hoped that every member will be present, as among oth er business to be transacted, election of officers will take place. GUESTS AT DINNER ABOARD THE MISSISSIPPI. Captain Mustin of the IT. S. S. Mississippi was host on Wednesday evening, entertaining at dinner Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright, Miss iJessie Kelly, and Misses Elizabeth Moreno, Helen and Elizabeth Flsbr, Evelyn Maxwell, Janie Knowles and Kitten Merritt. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. J B. McNeill has returned from a visit in Jacksonville. Mrs. Mc Neill, who accompanied him is enjoy Ing a series of visits on the east coast and is now at Cocoa. Mrs. J. E. Turtle will leave on Sat urday to ioin Captain Turtle in Mont gomery. Captain and Mrs. Turtle will have with them this winter the two children of their daughter, Mrs. Davis, of Chicago. Lt. and Mrs. Caswell Sausley and Miss Hazel O'Bear are with Miss Fan nie Sullivant, at Hollywood, on the bayshore. Lrt. Sausley Is one of the officers connected with the aeronauti cal station. Mr. and Mrs- Fritz Konstanzer have returned from Mobile, where they were called by the death of Mr. Konstan zers mother. James, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Muller, is Improving, though etill ill at the home of his pa rents. Mrs. Thomas Hall and children of Valdosta, Ga,, arrived in the city last night after an extended visit with rel atives in Alabama, and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wasdin, S23 E. Jackson street. Mrs. E. J. Phillips has returned from Jacksonville, after a pleasant visit to her son, Mr. K- I Phillips and fam ily. Mr. A. P. Phillips of Atlanta Joined her In Jacksonville, after spend ing a few days with his brother, and they visited St. Augustine, Tampa, St- Petersburg, and other Florida cities. ATARRK! Unless Properly Treated With Hyo mei This Disease May Become Serious. If you have catarrh, usually indicat ed by sniffing, stopped up head, drop pings in throat, watery eyes, and morn ing choking, there is an irritated state of the mucous membrane which af fords an ideal condition for the growth of disease germs. Io not allow the dangerous germs which may be breathed into the nose, throat and lungs to begin the destruc tion of your health. The easiest, simplest, quickest, sur est and cheapest way to check catarrh is by breathing Hyomei all druggists sell it. This wonderful medicated air treatment does not upset the stom ach, but is breathed in through the Hyomei inhaler, directly following and surely destroying all disease germs that may have been inhaled the tis sues of the throat, nose and lungs are quickly healed and vitalized. The unusual way in which Hyomei is sold by The Crystal Pharmacy dis pels all doubts as to its curative prop erties. Money refunded to anyone whom Hyomei fails to benefit. A com plete outfit, including Inhaler and bot tle of liquid, costs but 1 1.00, .(Adv.) STOPO To Build Up Your Strength We are neighbors of yours perhaps a friend or aquaintanee. Our success in business depends upon your confidence in us. These facts must remove from your mind any possible doubt that we would give you any advice unless we were sure it was good advice. When we say to you that we believe Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic is the best remedy for toning up and building' -up the system, and relieving- it from the many minor ailments caused by the change from extreme cold weather to extreme warm weather we be lieve we are entitled to your confidence. You should have no doubt of our sinceri ty. And when we offer Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic to you with a guarantee as broad and liberal as is possible to make it that if it does not give you satisfaction in every way, all you have to do 13 to say so and your money will be refunded to you then you are left no room for hesitation. We would not recommend Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic, nor offer it with this guarantee if we did not feel sure our experience ith it would be entirely sat isfactory". But we have faith that it will do you good, that its use will tend to give you better appetite, put you in better spirits, give you more energy and ambi tion, make you feel like your old self again free from lasitude, headaches, minor blood disorders and the various other distressing ailments peculiar to this season of the year. Price $1. Sold in this community only at our store The Rexall Store The Crystal Pharmacy, Brent building- (adv) FREEPORT Freeport, Jan. 29. The Woodmen of the World gave their annual banquet on Saturday evening in the Masonic hall after the Installation of new offi cers by both the camp and circle. A bountiful supper was served, consist ing of oysters, fish, chicken, salads and meats of all kinds, cake, coffee and hot chocolate. The visiting- sovereigns and ladies from Point Washington were in attendance. All returned home after having spent a most enjoyable evening, looking forward to another time as pleasant next year- On last Friday evening the friends of Miss Bernice McConnell gave her a surprise party. Those in attend ance were: Amanda Huggins, Mar garet Davis, Mary Rutan, Louise Pap pan, Maud Crook, Laura Miller, Ru birada and Eva Butler, Sexton John son, Hiltz Crook, Ross Lathinghouse, Glen Stubbs, Eugene Miller, Joe Mil ler and Lee Clifton. After spending a while in playing- games they all returned home and report having a most delightful evening. Mr. Roland Burnham and Miss Jes sie Yates of Vernon were married last Sunday and are at home to thir rnsny friends at the residence of Mr. R. L. Burnham. Clyde Miller entertained a number of her little friends at her home last Friday evening. Rev. Bowman and little son from pointment at the Baptist church next Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Bouman and little son from Indiana are visiting here. The Bible class is progressing nice ly, but we hope more will take part and help to make these meetings more j interesting. ! The friends of Mr and Mrs. A. B. Bryan regret very much to know they will leave this city next week. Miss Sallie Crawford entertained a few friends at her home last Tuesday night with singing. Mr. Lee Cliften paid his friends a short visit last week. He is attending school at Madison. . Wilhelma Butler is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Rudolph Wahe, in Pesnacola. Rev. Spinks of DeFimiak Springs will fill the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday, February 1. Let all who can try to le present. Mrs. J. D. Raborn was quite sick a few days last week, but we are glad to hear is much improved. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Wash Nelson has been quite sick with the whooping cough and pneumonia. Miss Mary Rutart, the efficient tele phone operator, is at home taking a few weeks' vacation. We miss her very much and will be glad when she returns.- Miss Christian Davis is visiting her mother, Mrs. H. Davis. Lame bade may come from over work, cold settled in the muscles of the back, or from disease. In the form er cases the right remedy is BAL LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should be rubbed in thoroughly over the af fected part, the relief will be prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) SERVICES IN THE RURAL CHURCHES Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Just west of Ft. Barrancas. Preach ing, worship, Saturday night, 7:30: Sunday morning, 11; Sunday night, 7:30; on first Sunday in each month. Sunday school every Sunday morning. at 10, and B. Y. P. IT. at 7:30. All are welcome. Ira I. Roberts, pastor. Union Hill Baptist Church Near Myrtle Grove Preaching and worship, Saturday night, :30; Sunday morn ing 11; Sunday n-igat. 7:30; on fourth Sunday in eacft month. Sunday school 10 a. m. each. Sunday and prayer meet ing even' Sunday night at 7:30- All axe welcome. Ira I. Roberts, pastor. Klondyke Baptist Church Near Eleven-Mile creek. Preaching and worship Saturday night, 7:30; Sunday morning, 11; Sunday night, 7:30, on third Sunday in each month. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m., and B. Y. P. IT. at 7:30 every Sunday night. All are welcome, Ira L Rob erts, pastor. NEW SUITS FILED. The following new suit was filed yesterday in the office of the clerk of the circuit court: Consolidated Grocery Co. vs. M. E. Johnson, damages $175; Blount & Blount & Carter, attorneys for plaint tiff. AiTieCMO OF YELLOW PINE GOES 10 ITALY RUSSIAN STEAMSHIP SINEUS WORKED OVER TIME TO FINISH UP AND BE READY FOR SEA TO DAYTWO ARRIVALS. "Working until 6 o'clock, last night, the Russian steamship Sineus finished a cargo of 3,526,334 superficial feet of timber and lumber, and will be ready j for sea when a supply of bunker coal is taken aboard. The steamer is ex pected to set away soon -his morning, clearing last evening for Castellamare, on the west coast of Italy. It was nearly dark when the last gang of men left the ship. The British barkentine St. Paul, Capt. Marclal, cleared with a cargo of 348.253 superficial feet of lumber, for Havana. Two Steamers Leave. Two steamers left port yesterday for their rejpective destinations. The Bel- gian steamer Remier, with a cargo of pitch, started for Cette, France, and j the Dutch steamship Sleidrecht, which i put in for bunker coal, left for Buenos j Ayres. Upon occasion of the Dutch ! steamer's last visit here, a cargo of j kainit was brought from Germany and j a cargo of pitch, the first shipped from tills port, was loaded on the Sleidrecht. Capt. Teensma, who had his ship at ,' Muscogee wharf where another vessel was loading, had recollections of his last cargo from Pensacola brought up to him. Two Sailing Vessels Arrive. Two sailing vessels reached port yesterday, one coming from Mobile for cargo, while the other, reaching port in the lat afternoon, came from Cuba. The British schooner C. D. Pickles came from Mobile, while the British barkentine Stranger came from Ma tanzas, Cuba, both to load lumber. Whenever You Need General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the I TVf 11 known tonic properties of QUI- j NIJsK and IRON". Drives out Malaria, j enriches Blood, Builds up the Whole j system, bye. lAav.) LARGE WHOLESALE GROCERY HOUSE, RECENTLY SUSPENDED, j ADMITS WILLINGNESS TO BE ADJUDICATED A BANKRUPT. In the ofHce of the e'erk of the United ' States court yesterday after noon, A. Greenhut, wholesale grocer. filed a- statement admittin his irsol- ! veney and willingness to be adjudged a bankrupt. No receiver has been named for this concern but a trustee will 'be flirted by the creditor on tho i second or third day of February. TIhj j legally required twenty days will have t expired by that time. i The Greenhut store has not been 1 open since the petition in involuntary bankruptcy was fu-Ft filed by the cred itors against the establishment. Owes His Life to This Lung Remedy If you neg'wt a continued cough or cold, you are in conetant danger of easily contracting serious Li:ng Trouble. The courh or cold which coes not yield to or dinary treatment should be a warning to ! you and preventive measures should be i taken as soon as possible. In many cases Eckman f Alterative, a remedy for Throat and Lung Troubles, has brought permanent recovery. Read this: Catherine Ave. and Ascot Place. Queens Court, L. I. X. T. "Gentlemen: In the year 1S03 I was j taken with a heavy cold and a nasty ' short cough. I went to several doctors, ! who gave me a lot of medicine. Finally j I went to a specialist, who gave me creo- , sote, that made me sick of all kinds of' food; consequently I failed in health. I ; then went to the Catakills, and seemed i to get better, but the cough still kept up. : I stayed there for one year, and then j went to a farm near Jersey City, a very ; sick man. About tha time of my return, j my brother recommended He km an 'a Alter- ative to me very highly. It ia now nearly i two years since I first took it. I am now ' well, and I dare say that I would have ; been buried long ago Jf it had not been i for Eckman's Alterative." ( (Affidavit.) JOSEPH J. TROESCIIER. j (Above abbreviated; more on request). I Eckman's Alterative has been proven by i many years test to be most efficacious for severe Throat and Lung Affections, Bronchitis, Bronichial Asthma, Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the system. Con tains no narcotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs. Sold by leading druggists. Write the Eckman Laboratory, Philadel phia, Pa., for booklet telling of recoveries and additional eveldence, ia-dv.) h TRuSTtt FOR BE APPOINTED WHETHER YOU USE CALOMEL Then You Will Realize How Much Setter for You This Safe Vege table Remedy Will Be. The liver is such a delicate organ that most people have learned from experience the danger of flogging it into action with the dangerous drug- calomel. Balkcom's Drug Co. spUs and recommends Dodson's .Liver Tonic, a pleasant tasting harmless vegetable liquid that encourages the liver, re lieves constipation and biliousness without restriction of habit or diet. i i We Save You Money j Boiled Ham, per pound. . . . ... 35c Raw Ham, per pound .... . . . . 25c York Shire Butter, per pound . . .. 40c Breakfast Bacon, per pound, :. 25c Phone 199 For further particulars Palafox Market It's clean and sanitary. . Opposite Court House. 117 N. Palafox street. f mum p C hid ren s wasn ureases I mm mm n Just unpacked for Spring, 1914, the new style wide low band fast colors, $1.25 and $1.75 fatson, Parker Everythlna t -r-J u mm N Pensacola Schoofl of Flmislc 1 i I For Beginners and Professionals Piano, Singing-, Pipe Organ and Composition, Prof. Gilfillan Scott. Assistant Piano Teacher, Miss Katie Lee Bryars ; Violin, Mr. Victor Riddle and Miss Mary Holliday. Brass Department Mr. Fer dinand Pechar; Concert Flute, Miss Fdith Tucker; Mandolin and Guitar Mr. Alfonzo DiStasio; Elo cution, Miss Mac Wilkinson; Public Speaking-, Mr. ,W. P. Cunningham. PROF. GILFILLAN SCOTT, Principal. ,,,(, .V." " 5. -r: : 1-"- tvi.'yf"".', - : 9. I - : v. '.if HOTEli WINECOFF EVE open CO NffEMBW Subscribe for '1 ri NOT-READ THIS There are no bad after-effects fru r. taking Dodson's Liver Tonic. It i. -.i Just what it is Intended to do and t. more. Dodson's Liver Tone o;r.i;.: harm either children or groun-up-and is an excellent preventive ! chronic liver troubles. Balkcom's Drug Co. sells Dodson's Liver Tone for 50 cents p"r bottle an I every bottle sold is guaranteed to H ,i up the liver, and you et your mr.-v back without a question If it aV. y:. Sojne remedies n-re sold in imitati "i of Dodson's Liver Tone lonk out f. ! them- Remember the guarantee. A!v. m mm f3 mn u id r n i1 & leese fio. . i f " 1 Hi to Wear. Atlanta's Newest and finest. Every room an outside room with private bath. Rates as reas onable as any first-class-up-to-the-minute hotel. Location most convenient to shopping district. Private Bath, tub and shower $1.50 to $3.C0. the Journal 3 H m n Hotel Winecoff