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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1914.
so PTFTY 1L 1 1 PEO PERSONAL INTERESTING SOCIETY PHONE NO. 83. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON PLE EV ENT 0.1. fill f i i BEYOND THE HILLS. Oh, the miles are long for the weary one Who looks for a place to rest. Who hunts for pleasure and, finding none, Fares on to the far hill's crest. Oh, the miles are long and the way Is drear. And solace Is hard to find When a man Is searching the world for cheer And leaving his heart behind. Oh, the miles are long for the one who goes, Over the mountains, or sea or plain, Leaving love behind, while he sadly knows He may never return again; Oh, the miles are long and the way is rough And pleasure is rarely met By the man who would deem It joy enough If he might forget. Oh, tho miles are long nd the way , s is drear 1 And solace is hard to find When a man is searching the world for cheer And leaving his heart behind, But beyond the valleys and over the crest Of the farthest shimmering hill He may find forgetfulness and have rest. And love once more, if he will. Chicago Record-Herald. ARtOLA BALL TO BE EVENT OF THE WEEK. - , The annual ball to be given on the evening of February 12,' by the Revel- ers of Ariola, promises to be one of the most beautiful events of the win- ! ter, and ;he brilliancy which always distinguishes the-entertainments given by this mystic society, will be greatly enhanced by the presence of the naval officers fcnd the contingent from tho army post, and the bevy of lovely vis- Iting girls, who are guests in the city for the occasion. The reception committee, as an nounced, .will comprise Messrs. E. O. Saltmarsh, W. J. Forbe-s, T. C. Watson, "M. A. Qulna, J. F. Taylor. G. W. Wright, R. S. Quina, J. B. McNeill, A. F. Warren, Judge A. C. Blount, and Dr. F. G. Rer.shaw. As is always customary, the identity ui mo queen ana ner miias win noc , be disclosed until tho evening of the ball, and speculation is already rife as to whom will fall this honor. If one may give heed to rumor, the ball is to be characterized by great artistic beauty and will be mi occasion that will long be remembered. . A special . car will leave from In r Tront of the Keyser auditorium at one thirty a. m., after the close of the ball, and will go to Fort Barrancas and intervening points. none ueiu ceusHE And Was Not Even Allowed Privilege of Sitting Up, but Finally Wins Out - Kaplan, La. Mrs. Casamear Burk hart. of this town, gives out following for publication: "I feel that I owe my life to Cardui, the woman's tonic. I - was married last April, and was In fairly good health. Shortly after mar riage my health began to fall, and for three long months I was threaten ed with serious sickness. I passed most of my time In bed, with a nurse at my Ledside. At last, I .was told an operation was neces sary. I was so weak I could retain nothing on my stomach but crushed Ice, and was not even allowed to sit up In bed. A friend of mine advised me to use Cardui, the woman's tonic, and they got a bottle for me, as a last re sort. After taking Cardui for one week. I was able to be up in my room. After continual use for two months, I was in perfect health, and could do all of my work without tiring. I take an occasional dose of Cardui and Black-Draught now, to keep me system in good condition. Several of my friends are using Cardui with good results, I am never without it la the house." There's a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at your nearest druggists. Get It and .begin taking today. You will never regret it. Tf . B. Wr'te to: Ladies Advteory Dipt., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64 rage book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent . in pUin wrapper on re quest. (Adv) We give honest prices, honest weights and ' honest goods for cash. You will be pleased. Try a pound of Esperanza Coffee, 45 cent a pound COFFEE RANCH CO. 34 S. Palafox st. Phone 422 EAT D ICE THE REVERIES OF A BACHELOR REPEATED MONDAY AFTERNOON. The Reveries of a Bachelor, which was largely attended on Friday even ing, by a most enthuala3lc audience, was repeated on Monday afternoon, in order that those who had missed the performance, might have a second op- portunity or enjoying it, ana tne laaies were rewarded by a good house, which thoroughly enjoyed the pretty little There were several changes in the program of the little play, and the introductory musical part was changed so that the bill was partly new. The role of The First Sweetheart, was very prettily taken by little GJenna Burke Strickland, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Strickland, who also sang the. song which ehe rendered so prettily on Friday evening, "Who's Afraid Of You?" The bride was Miss Elizabeth Mo reno, and charming, gracious and beautiful she was in the role, wearing the wedding gown worn by her sister, Mrs. William T. ' Saltmarsh, on her wedding day, the veil of misty tulle framing her girlish face. Miss Fannie Grant made a very cap tivating college girl, in cap and gown, and Miss Robbie Hyer, as the Span ish Senorita, was lovely in her part, and her dancing was most graceful. Miss Mary Beall, as the debutante, was youthful and picturesque in the pretty role. One of the hits of the forenoon was The Girl Frcm China, the part being taken by Mrs. Wing Hop, who wore an exquisite native costume, which had been given her by her mother as on of her wedding presents. This gra cious littl eChinese lady, in her heavy i libit f'VUUiOV CV J . -r V J robes of state, with her quaint bow. captured the house, and was forced to respond to an encore, On the musical program, Mr. Dwlght Anderson was heard In a piano solo, which was well received, as Mr. Dwight Anderson's selections always are, and a reading by Miss Sadie Kugleman gave added evidence of "her talents as a reader and actress. Songs by Miss Ruth Dannheiser and Miss Amelia Berlin ere enthusi astically received, and were pretty features of the "entertainment. Pretty Cupid, always on the alert wherever youth and beauty are to be found, impersonated in the small per- son of Lucy Davis Yonge, the little daughter of Mr. and V s. Malcolm Yonge, was one of the stars of the, aiiernoon. as sne was on xnuay. Ana tnere was a goou tairy wdicnms over this little Cupid, in the person of airs. u. x. eimrouns, wxjo uvC3 aren ana loves to maice mem nappy. Mrs. Simmons presented this little Cupid with a doll a real doll, with curly hair, and she was o delighted that she kissed it, right before every body. Sut she didn't forget to play her part, but laid her doll carefully aside, and took up her bow and arrows, in real Cupid style. The bachelor, played again by Lieu tenant Young, was also presented wi'h a boutoniere, by Mrs. Simmons, and the pretty favor was pinned on his coat, before the entrance of the bride. The Young Women's Christian As sociation, under whose auspices the little play was given, feel very grate ful to all who so kindly assisted them in the little play, which realized a considerable sum for their cause. YOUNG LADIES' MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET. The Young Ladies Missionary So ciety of the Gadsden Street Methodist church will meet this evening at 7:30, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Peterson, on East Jackson street. This is the regular meeting of this society and it is hoped that all memoer will be present. THE NOMADS WITH MRS. ZEEK. The Nomads were delightfully en tertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. C. F. Zeek, Mrs. John C. Avery read ing an interesting paper on Frescott and Motley, and Miss Sallie Wright contributing an essay on Bancroft and Parkman. At the meeting of February 16, "The Eve of The Civil War," will be the subject for discussion, with a paper from Mrs. S. R. Mallory Kennedy, on the "Comparative Development of North and South," and "War Clouds," by Miss Cbarliebelle Laney. THE DORCAS SOCIETY WITH MRS. GILL'S. The Dorcas Society of the Knox Presbyterian church will meet this afternoon at 3:30, at the home of Mrs. J. McL. Gillis. and all members are urged to attend. MEETING OF THE MONDAY AFTERNOON EUCHRE CLUB. The Monday Afternoon Euchre club met vesterday with Mrs. J. A. Jones as hostess. Mrs. Martin Jones won first prize, Mrs. Jackson Brandon, con solation, Mrs Elizabeth Rady, lone hand, and Miss Ethel Jones, booby. The next meeting will take place at the homo of Mrs. George Touart. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Railway Conductors will hold its regular meet ing at the K. of P. halL at three o'clock this afternoon. HARD EE BROWARD WEDDING FEBRUARY EIGHTEENTH. The wedding of - Miss Enid Lysle Broward, daugnter of Mrs. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, to Mr. Lucius Au gustus Hardee, takes place in Jack sonville, on the evening of Wednes day, February ' eighteenth. Both Mr. Hardee, and Miss Brow ard, who is a daughter of the late Governor Broward, are well-known throughout the south, and the wedding ia one of more than state-wide inter est. The following invitations have been received by friends in Pensacola: Mrs. uoleon Bonaparta Broward j FACE BROKE OUT IN BLISTERS Opread All Up In HaiTi WOUIU Scratch Face and Tear Pieces Out. Ear Almost Came Off. One Cake Cuticura Soap and One Box r v .r j OUIICUra Umtment lUred. . Bartervflle, Ky. "When our little girl was three montas old her face broke out in little white blisters. They spread all up in her hair and behind her ear and she would scratch her face and tear piece out of It. The blood would run off her face and her ear al most came off. Ehe was fretful when she awoke. "We used and a wash but they did not do any good. We heard of Cjiticura Soap and Ointment and tried a sample and it began to heal so we got some from the druggist. We would wash the child's face with Cuticura 8oap and water and then put on the Cuticura Ointment. After we had used one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment the eczema was cured." (Signed) Mrs. Sue Woods. Aug. 7. 1913. Cuticura Soap and Ointment have proved most valuable for the treatment of pimples, blackheads, redness and roughness of the face and hands, dandruff, itching. Irritated calps with dry, thin and fa'X'ng hair, as well as for irritations and chaflngs of in fancy and for all purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Cuticura Soap 25c. and Cuti cura Ointment 50c. are sold everywhere. Libera sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cuti cura, Dept. T, Boston." E5?"Men who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will And It best for skin and scalp. What D'ye Mean range uayi requests tne pieaSure of your company t t1A m-,!--,- nt y,- jniie-hrr Tnid Lysle. to Mr. Lucius Augustus Hardee. on the evening of Wednesday, tha eighteenth of February, at half-after Slx o'clock, 1005 East Church street, JacksonvHle, Florida. MRS. SEMMES HOSTESS TO TUESDAY CLUB. Mrs. Oliver J. Semmes will be hos tess this afternoon to the members of her bridge club. PERSONAL MENTION. The large number of friends of Mr. William Jchnson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Johnson, who was operated upon for appendicitis in December, were glad to see him out yesterday for the first timo since his 'jng and se rious Illness. Gen. and Mrs. J. B. Burbank, TJ. S A., who have been stopping at the Hotel Grafton. Washington, have left for Pensacola, Fla where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Knowles. Army and Navy Journal. To Cure a Cold in On Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if It fails to cure. E. W. GROVES signa ture is on each box. 25c (Adv.) WIFE KILLED AT BREAKFAST TABLE Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 8 Sitting down to breakfast early this morning in their homo near Rhea Springs, Mrs. Hub. Genter, wife of Hub. Genter, of Chattanooga, was shot and killed by an unknown assailant who poked a shotgun through a window and fired. Her uncle, James Smith, for whom she was keeping house, was severely wounded in the arm. The assailant immediately fled and is row being sought by officers and blood-hounds. Cheap and Easily Made, But Ends a Cough Quickly How to Make the Very neat Coutrh Itemed y at Home. 1 ully Guaranteed. This pint of cough eyrup is easily made at home and eaves you about $2.00 as compared with ordinary coush reme- relieves oDStmate cougns even did, too, for bronchial asthma, spas modic croup and hoarseness. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with i pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2 y ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. Tastes good. This takes right hold of a cough and gives almost instant relief. It stimu lates the appetite, and is slightly laxa tiveboth excellent features. PineXj as perhaps you know, is a most valuable concentrated compound of Isorway white pine extract, rich in guaiacol and the other natural healing pine elements. No other preparation will do the work of Pinex in this mixture, although strained honey can be used instead of the sugar svrup, if desired. Thousands of housewives in the United States and Canada now use this Pinex and Sugar Svrun remedy. This plan has often been imitated, but the old success ful combination has never been equaled. Its low cost and auick results have made it immensely popular. A guarantv of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has r-. . -11 A. Ii X T A rmex. or win get, it lur jou. 11 not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, IncLj DeFUNIAK. DeFuniak Springs, Feb. 9. The Forty-two clulj met at the home of Mrs. Annie Davis Friday. They will next meet with Mrs. Fanny Sowell, who will entertain the club at the home of Mrs. Bowers Campbell. Dr. A. C. L. Smyth has been spend ing the past week at Santa Rosa, where he hopes to be able to build a chapel, there being many families that belong to the Church of England and the Episcopal church. Dr. Thomas Chapman of the Univer alist church here left Monday for a two weeks' visit to Georgia. Mrs. Steve Mitchell spent several days last week at Chipley, visiting home folks. Mr. Andor von Ccboly, the musi cian, is staying in DeFuniak, the guest of the Hotel Walton. Mr. Clay Secarist arrived from Ken tucky Monday, bringing a carload of furniture horses, cattle, etc., which he will move to the farm recently bought bv Prof. Matthews, principal of the ' Thomas Industrial instituta. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Helms arrived from 'orala Sunday and are now living in ' e home of Mrs. Helms' mother. They j expect to stay here till the baseball j season opens and Roes goes back to the Texas league. While here Mr. Helms will help in the Dixie drug etorb and coach the Palmer college team. Mrs. Ben Morris and eon, Roy., went to River Junction Thursday to visit friends. -Miss Alma White, who has been teaching in Bonifay the past few iricnths, upturned Wednesday for a short visit with her parents. Mr. William Rogers had a severe at tack of acute indigestion last Sunday and for a time it seemed as If he would not recover from it. Mr. R. E. L. McCaskill was In Pen sacola Tuesday on business. Friday night Miss Ossle Berry enter tained the College club with a "back ward party" that caused lots of fun; everything was done backward, cloth ing was worn backward, the guests were greeted with the worcis "Good j -night." refreshments were served the beginning instead of the end of the . evening and on plates upside down; j even a grand march backward was ! tried, but that proved too much and had to be given up. The Tourist club had its second meeting Wednesday evening at the Walton hotel and there were at least 75 tourists present, beside a number of home folks. The meeting was called to order by the president Mr- W. B. Thatcher, who .called on Rev. Dr. Tal ly of the M. E. church for the invoca tion, which was followed by "America" in which all Joined. The mayor, Mr. Stuart Gillis, then gave the address of welcome on behalf of the town, and was responded to by Mr. G. N. Mc Bride. After music, the secretary. Mr. S. M. Terry, read the minutes of the last meeting and heard the reports of the various committees. After an intermission of twenty minutes so that all could get acquaint ed, a talk was given by Mr- Bruce and readings by the Misses Kanauer and Christian McDonald. The next meeting will be held in the armory hall next Wednesday at 2:30. Last Tuesday the W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. John Richardson, the east end of town and a large num ber of ladies were present and after a discussion of the work, had a social time. The president, Mrs. Manning, called the meeting to order and after a reading of Scripture, Mrs. Walker was called on for prayer, the business meeting followed and short and In formal addresses were given by several present. Mrs. Murphy of St. Louis gave an impressive address and it was decided to hold a Willard meeting or memorial service in two weeks. After the business program the ladies ad journed to the dining room, where a delicious buffet luncheon was served Before the guests left they gave a vote of thanks to their hostess for her hos pitality. Faol Miserable? Out of sorts, depreesed, pain in the back Electric Bitters renews your health and strength. A guaranteed Liver and Kidney remedy. Money back Is not satisfied. It completely cured Robert Madsen. oJ West Bur lington, Iowa, who suffered from viru lent liver trouble for eight months. After four doctors grave him up, he took Electric Bitters and Is now a well man. Get a bottle today; It will do the same for you. Keep In the house for all liver and kidney com plaints. Perfectly safe and depend able- Its results will surprise you. COc and $1.00. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. (Adv.) Testifying to the high esteem in which the PEXSACOLA COMMER CIAL COLLEGE la held by the citi zens of Pensacola, seventeen new stu dents were enrolled during January to take courses or tmsiness instruction. On Saturday, February 7. the college placed three of Its graduates In posi tions at 550.00 and 56a.00 per month. We enroll ten times as many students as any other college in this adjacent territory, and prepare twenty times as many stenographers as any other school. Watch the PEXSACOLA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE grow the school In which the people believe. Phone S37, P. O. Box 141. Sflt What D'ye Mean Orange Day! ! za M No s WWX' 2 7 i, ? tf'i'i'n iT-Minrfr Jf lltfT" :a-- t 1 nil i'i fi it itarlHrtfi -r'fi i-V'il ft 3 ' . ,A.r . What D'ye Mean- rncm limn HOOSIER SOCIETY WILL CELEBRATE New Vork, Feb. r. The Indiana, eo- clt-ty of New York and tha Daughters j of Indiana have decided upon dancing, j auction bridge ar.fi vaudeville for their next banquet. The Hoos!er3 -will sit dewn to a speechless spread at the hotel Astor on the evening of February 19, and afterwards will enjoy the other amusements mentioned. "We are the first to replace oratory with tango," said Horaca Ford, secre tary. Health Restored By Eckman's Alterative Olandular trouble, very frequently diag nosed by pliysiclars as "Tuberculosis In the Glands," has been found to yield to Eckman's Alterative when other treat ments did not bring relief. Eckrnan's Alterat've Is a medicine which during the past fifteen shears, has brought about many recoveries even in a number of supposed hopeless eases. Read this. 07 Laruston St., Phila.. Pa. "Gentlemen: In March, 100!, my doctor pronounced my ease "Tuberculosis In the j Glands." and a number of operations In a ! hospitui failed to benefit me. In the mean- time a men it of niltie advltiru Lckinans Alterative. The wounds In my neck were still open and In a frightful condition when I started to take It. After using two bottles I found I was Improving, having gamed weight, could eat and was able to Bleep. I continued using It until I was well, which whs In November 1910. On November 11, 1910, I t-tarted to work, and Flnce that time have not loaf, one day's work through ulckness. I highly recom mend Kikman's Alterative to anyone who Is suffering from Gland trouble." A4davm JOSEPH B. WHITE. (Above abbreviated; more on request.) Eckman's Alterative has been proveii by many year's test to be most effica cious for severe Throat and Lung Affections, Bronchitis, Hronchlal Asthma, Stubborn Colds and In upbuilding the system. Contains no narcotics, poisons or babtt-forming drugs. SoM by leading druggists. Write the Eckman Laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet telling of recoveries and additional evidence (adv) HUNDREDS of hours of the keen est enjoyment await you when you buy a Vic trola. Why put oft this pleasure that's "coming to you?'' "Handy terms" may help. pjustc "House 119 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. r fr fti fiiMntt tmi rami,-) 9 Man !$ SO Sti'OM! W .st jEitltei as not to need occasional help to rid the system of waste. If this waste is not eliminated, blood disorders and a gcnc-Tl run down condition will follow bringing serious sickness in their train. In our native fields and forests grow blood root, queen's root, mandrake, stone root, golden seal Oregon grapc root and cherrybark. Dr. Pierce did a great thing vfor suffer ing humanity when he made of these native remedial agents a pure glyceric extract and introduced it to the world as r. Pierce's Golden Hfedfcal IMscovery (In Tablet or Liquid Form) This wonderful remedy has a record. Thousands l&ve re commended it to others because it has relieved them of the pangs of indigestion, of dyspepsia and weak stomach at tended by sour risings, heartburn, bad breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing of the stomach, biliousness, and similar derangements of the stomach, liver and bowels. Y ou can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden 'edic&l Discovery in tablet or liquid . rm from all dealers in medicines or end SO one-cent stamps for a trial box o? the tablets to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. The Common Sense Medical Adviser wlU give you Just the sort of information you need to keep yourself In good health and the right physical strength. You can obtain a copy of this 1008 page, cloth-bound, Illustrated book free Jf you will send 31 one-cent stamps to pay for the cost of wrap ping and mailing. Address: DIL PIERCE, Invalids' Hcte!, Buffalo, N. Y. The Peesaicola choo! is the oMtlhere Train 5 Dig1 Sehoo. Profess 5 onal Mysocnamis PROF. GILFILLAN SCOTT, Principal, hone 1922 Special Sale of Ladies Shoes all ladies button shoes that formerly sold for $5. now $3.40 All $4. button shoes now $319 Boston Shoe Store 113 Palafox street Phone 690 CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, own ers nor conpiifnen ct the Danish bark Claudia, '.vi'! ba rcsr-onslble for 'lev a con tracted by thu ryu:v of vessel. CHRISTIAN AABE't . McKEXZIE OERTIXG & CO . capt. Conaisnee. Subscribe for The Journal WtV ANMA MAV COX. Mvw. inns Afay Cs. f Fwfrm City, Mti , Hout f, ' It ia with ploaaur I wr:Ui xitrfftM my thanks for th broMU i Vv r ciwd from lt u if four r nM. tvsunlv. Lir. i'mrco'i t,ian rrlpOoa and f'U?tfant l v? I i1 and kouo for rrly e.Hh k-f n tMD monlhi. W ci fined t' lM!i I tar flix monirka n h inflmnnnst m of r-wu"' ! toniarh, rtiurld frtrn inJif T n. f 1 I bM iix dut-uni til lrutitf rnn b bot grew wnr kU th t,tn. u' I, ot them could do u.m mnr u I i- h nl 1 WTftnto T for atfw.c h i I inor.iu(r rrivi, inn rW B lkn rightn foottlva of til'i-n frcri pion, mni ifvwal ' Pciie! , I ftfwl atronarT hav f !t for arvwral nvwuhK-nin !' to d acKtn. Mr n1ho ttnk tt m mir jT i . 4. M . .Jl of riysic for Looking For a House? One of the first questions that the modern houftelo-eper bs!'.h about a house. "Ii It. wired for electricity?" If the house is nn ol3 one, electricity goes a lon way toward making It mortem whether new or old. It lightens a great deal of the omestl'i labor at small cost. Eiectrlclty doea ail the l..r.l part of washing and se-ivlrig. makes Ironing piftaant work and house cleaning sanitary. Bo fore renting ft hone that is rot wired, every hrueekpeT nhouM consider of what she would ii-i depriving herself. Pensacola Electric Co. New Businest Dept. Phones 2010 and 2011 Lee Lumber Co, BUILDING MATERIAL. r'hone 313. W. A. RAY HDW C, Wholesale and i ! 710 South Palafox :rcet Phone 1450 5