THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1917.
People m Event:
By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON
u SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant.
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Phone 38 ( ' I' - l 2 p- m- )
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Sweet June has gone with all her
Her roses in the gardens droop
And faint an echo comes a parting
Of music sweet that tells where
she passed by-
And lo! across the fields of ripening
And o'er the hills with fragrant
Where hum of bees comes drowsily
Sun-crowned July comes slow with
silent tread! j
The sovereign sun in splendor now
Upon the ripening fullness of the
With glowing beams of light and
heat that crown
The earth's fruition with their
The city swelters; on its pavements
Glows down the sun with fierce,
m unpitying rays; .
In vain its many millions, polygot,
Sigh for the coolness of dim, leafy
On mountain, or on shore of sandy
Or on the sea, with sails of winged
The pleasure-seekers throng and seek
Surcease from heat and care by
But far in depths of inland country
The wild rose nods upon its droop
The heavy boughs of fruited orchards
And cooling d,own at morn the
Forth to his labors goes the farmer
For ripened harvests wait the
And slow before the mower's whetted
The long grass fails to swaths with
At noon beneath the shade of leafy
The farmer rests in grateful, well
For king is he of all the fruitful
Which far and wide in ripened
wealth he sees.
For July's sun, which to the city
Discomfort on the busy, shadeless
O'er the green country its effulgence
And turns to gold the ripening
fields of wheat.
And so, O Royal Month, from Julius
A sovereign largest to the earth
As when of old on Ceres' altar flamed
Thy richest gifts to the All-Nourishing
H. T- Sudduth.
(In Crn Box Only)
Soft and velvety. Money bck If not en
tirely pleased. Nadina is pur and harm
less. Adheres until washed oft Prevents
sunburn and return of discoloration.
A million delighted users prove its value.
Tints: Flesh, Pink, Brunette, Whit.
By Toilet Coantmra or Mail. 50c
National Toflet Company, Paris. Tenn.
E. I. FISSEL
Fresh and Smoked Sausage, Bologna,
, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
V 306 East Wright Street
'The Store for Women'
The Missionary Society of the First
Methodist Church met on Monday
afternoon at the Sunday School rooms
when all enjoyed a very interesting
The devotional was conducted by
Mrs. I. E. Fissel, followed by prayer
conducted by Mrs. V. G. Milligan,
after which an interesting paper on
"Social Work Among Younjr Women"
was read by Mrs. S. A. Hall-
Mrs. J. A. Kirkpatrick told of the
Bible in the trenches, how the Pocket
Testament League has performed a
wonderful comfort and help for tLe
6oldiers, finding in the book, guidance
when in health, comfort in sickness
and strength in adversity.
The president, Mrs. H. E. Mellen,
stressed the "Bugle Call" sent out by
the Missionary Council, urging the
women of the auxiliaries to become
members of the Red Cross and to
also organize prayer circles for defi
nite prayer and to form committees
whose various efforts can be made
to put the church in touch with the
soldiers and officers who go out from
the church membership, many of them
sons of mothers who for years have
made the Missionary Society.
An event of much interest in Pensa
cola is the approaching marriage of
Miss Mary Ethel McDonald, daughter
of Mr- and Mrs. Martin McDonald, to
Lieut. William Andrew Rawls, son of
Col. and Mrs. W. A. Rawls, the wed
ding to take place quietly, with only
the immediate families present, on
Thursday morning, July 5th, at 11:45
o'clock, at St. Michael's rectory, the
Rev. Father Mullaly officiating.
The bride and groon will lea.'C on
the noon train immediately after the
ceremony and will meet many of their
friends at the train before leaving.
They will stop a few days in Niagara
Falls and in New York City before
going to Syracuse, N. Y., where they
will make their future home.
Miss McDonald has many friends in
Pensacola, who will regret that she
will leave the city permanently-
PLANS BEING MADE FOR
A very interesting meeting was
held yesterday afternoon in the San
Carlos auditorium by the ladies who
will make plans to' sell buttons to
raise funds for the French ,war or
phans on July 1-ith, which will be
called button day. Mrs. C. T. Zeek
was made secretary for the meetings
and chairmen for different groups
were selected who will hold another
meeting on Friday morning at 11:30
o'clock at the San Carlos auditorium
to perfect the plans which were made
yesterday afternoon. The meeting was
very well attended, there being about
thirty ladies present. They hope to
sell many of thr e buttons, which are
made with small flags of both the
American and French nations.
YOUNG WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
A very enjoyable entertainment in
the form of a heart partv took place
at the home of Mrs. M. B Scott, on
East Gadsden street, yesterday after
noon, in honor of the new members
of the Young Woman's Missionary
Society f the First Methdist Church,
there being four tables.
The entertainment committee of the
society were: Mrs. Graham, Mrs. John
Ashbrook, Mrs. Lee Fabisinski. Mrs.
Bright and Mrs. Scott. The decora
tions were pink crepe myrtle and
ferns and pink hearts and the refresh
ments carried out the color scheme in
a dainty salad course.
The following is a list of all the
students from Escambia county, at
the summer school of the Florida
State College for Women:
Ulys V. Anderson, Mrs. Ida M.
Andrews, Rosa L- Belle, Mahle
Barnes, Dora L. Clark, Sadie Cola.
Buda D. Day, Barbara M. Eldridge,
Mrs. Jimmie Fuller, Ella M. Gillis,
Mary M. Gray, Mable C. Merritt,
Kathline Monroe. Jeanette McMillan,
Laura B. Nobles, Susa M. Patterson,
Maggie D. Taulbee. Kathleen Turber
ville, Florida Waite.
MEETING WELFARE CLUB
There will be no meeting of the
Welfare Club this evening, as this is
a holiday, but it will be postponed
until Thursday evening, June 5th. at
8 o'clock at the home of Miss Evan
ette Robinson on North Tenth avenue.
All the girls are vrged to be present
and bring their Red Cross work as
this will be a business meeting.
MISS PADERICK ENTERTAINS
WITH KNITTING PARTY.
Miss Ethel Paderick entertained a
number of her girl friends yesterday
afternoon with a knitting party, in
honor of Miss Elizabeth Cawthorn of
DeFuniak Springs, and Miss Tyler
Wilby of Selma, Alabama. All
brought their knitting and some of
the girls knitted articles for the
At the close of the afternoon re
freshments of cream and cake were
served by little Mary Rogers Mitchell
who looked sweet in a dainty net
dress w4th blue trimming of ribbon.
The following girls enjoyed the
party: Misses Tyler Wilby, Elizabeth
Cawthorn, Doris Merritt, Anna La
mar, Judith Maxwell, Valerie Reese,
Eleanor Mitchell, Robbie Hyer, Beth
Bronson of Molino,Adelaide Garfield,
Elizabeth Dunham, Marion Lanev.
Dorothy Bingham and Elizabeth
TO FREE HIS WIFE
UNCLE SAM'S THRIFT
THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
Don't throw away stale bread, Ma
It can be used in many ways in
preparing your family's meals."
Here is one suggested by the Uni
ted States Department of Agricul
ture: Breakfast Rusks.
Dry or slijrhtlv toast slices of
Henry Goldstein, His Wife and Baby
Wininpeg, July 2. Mrs. Henry
Goldstein is a widow today and her
baby Helen an orphan, sooner than
she expected. She was seeking a di
vorce,, when her nusoand saved her
bread and ends of loaves on the back j the trouble by shooting himself in
of a stove or in a slow oven. Crush
with rolling pin and serve the frag
ments with milk or cream and sugar,
and fruit, if desired, as a breakfast
This product closely resembles
some commercially prepared break
fast foods and is obviously less expensive.
PARTY AT CHICOWAY INN-
On Monday the younger set enjoyed
one of its most delightful summer
parties at Chicoway Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hyer chap
eroned the party which included
Misses Judith Maxwell, Dorothy
Bingham, Robbie Hyer, Tyler Wilby,
of Selma; Beth Bronson, of Molino;
Eleanor Mitchell, Dorij Merritt, An
na Lamar, Valerie Reese, Rowena
Marsh, and Clarence Melton, Harry
Gibbs, Hunter Long, Tom Barkdull,
Tom Kennedy, Newman and Gillis
McLane, Pickett Jones, DeRocheblave
Scarritt, Armistead Covington, Boy
kin Hyer, George Owen and Howard
Los Angeles- In the hands of the
dead man was found the picture of
his 2-year-old daughter- His wife,
hearing hints of "another woman,"
had threatened divorce.
Mrs. M. E. Speed has left fc- Fort
Thomas, Ky., and Cincinnati, O.,
where she will visit relatives, return
ing home in about two weeks.
The iirst meeting of the First Aid
Class conducted by Dr. M. A. Lisch
koff was held yesterday afternoon at
the state laboratory, with the follow
ing present: Mrs- H. F. Manley, Mrs.
R- E. Burres, Miss Elsie Burres, Miss
Occie Clubbs, Miss Sallie Maxwell,
Mrs. Miles Weller, Miss Nellie Bur
row, Mis. Wm. F. Breen and Miss
Carrie Horsier, who was elected sec
retary. Those wishing to join this
class are requested to do so by the
Mrs. J. R. Hendricks and family,
of Chipley, who havt been visiting
at the home of Mrs. Theodora Mul
ler, on East Gadsden street, for the
past week, have returned their home
accompanied by Mrs. Muller's son,
James, who will be their guest for
BALKCOn DRUG CO.
"Th Prescription Store."
Phone 19 or 123.
Clean Sweep Sale Now On!
78 East Wright Street
ire the new arrivals of Suits, Coats,
Dresses and Mltllnery, at
122.124 South Palafox Street.
Mrs. W. C. Crumpton, of Evergreen.
Ala., Mho has been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Car
ter, on North Barcelona street, left
cn Monday for Canada, where she will
spend the summer at different points
before returning to her home.
RED CROSS ROOMS
As today is a holiday, the Red
Cross rooms will be closed all day.
MEETING G. I. A.
TO B. OF L. E-
The G. I. A. to B. of L. E. will
meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
W. O. W. hall and it is hop-jd that
all members will be present.
II JONES OFF
We Close at 1 o'Clock To
JULY THE FOURTH
That our employees may have the afternoon as a
ask that you do your shopping early in the morning:.
many attractive bargains in Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts and Blouses
that wi1! make the entire forenoon one of unusual interest here.
Everything Goes at Half Price
And, remember, the Sale Con:inues Throughout the Week.
9 and 11 South Palafox Street.
IN SEA1TLE, WASH.
Lieut Frederick Young, a former
resident of Pensacola, but who left
here about a year and a half ago,
has lately undergone an operation for
appendicitis at the hospital in Seattle,
Washington, where he now makes his
home. He is rapidly improving.
WILL LEAVE FOR
Mrs. Virginia Hardy, of Atlanta,
Ga , who has been visiting at the
home of her son and daughter-in-law
for a month, will leave for her home
on Thursday, accompanied by Miss
Maude Hardy, who will be her guest
for several weeks.
Don't Cough All Night
It wears down your strength, racks
your nerves, keeps yourself and all the
family from sleeping. Besides, you
can easily stop it with
Foley's Honey and Tar.
A standard family medicine of many
years standing for la grippe and bronchial
coughs and colds, tickling throat, hoarse
ness, atuffy. wheeiy breathing and tor
croup and whooping cough, lu effect on
the inflamed lining of the throat and air
passages is quickly felt and very soothing.
Enos Halbcrt. Paoli. lad., write: " I coughed
continually and at nilHt could hardly aleep.
Foley's Honay aud Tar relic-red me. ad one
bottle cured my coufh entirely."
P7T FMBERTK-S FHA.KY1 ACT
NO MEETING ECONOMICAL
DEPARTMENT WOMON'S HOME
There will be no meeting of the
economical department of the Worn
a.'s Home Defense League this aft
ernoon ns many of the members have
other plans. The regular meeting will
take place next Wednesday, July 11.
Mr. Dan McMillan, who has lately
attended the wedding of his brother,
Mr Mcmillan, as best man, in Jack
sonville, Florida, has arrived in Pen
sacola and is at the home of" Mrs.
J- S. McGaughey.
Johnny Jones, manager of the Isis
and Bonita theaters, left last night
for New Orleans to attend the con
vention of exhibitors to be held there.
After the first convention, a conven
tion 01 managers of the Sanger com
pany, which operates a large number
of theaters in the south, will be held,
and Mr. Jones will remain for that.
During the convention the new
Strand i heater, the newest and larg
est of the Sanger company, 3nd one
of the finest in the south, will be
IB. C. DELDNEY DIES
HI Ml HOME
W. C. Deloney, an aged resident of
Castleberry, Ala., expired there about
3 o'clock Tuesday morning, and the
funerpl services will take place today
at that point. It was the expressed
wish of Mr. Deloney a few da"S since
that he be interred at that point.
Three sons survive the deceased,
and were residents of this city. They
are Dave, Thomas and James Deloney.
They were at the bedside of their
father when he passed away. Anof.
son, who was out west, was unable
to be present. His surviving daughter,
who resided at Evergreen, was also
M'ADOO WRITES HIS
As an expression of appreciation
for the work of R F. Mitchell and
his committee in the liberty loan cam
paign of Pensacola, Secretary Yv
Auoo, of the treasury, has seut the
Mr. McAdoo's Letter.
Dear Mr. Mitchell:
Permit me to extend yvu, and
through you to each member of your
liberty loan committee, my warm
tha'.ks and .!-ep appreciation of the
patriotic service you rendered your
country in connection with the "lib
crty loan of 1017. The rasults could
rot have been acoc r.plished without
t t effective aid of such patriotic citi
zens .is yourself and the members of
your committee. Lovally and unself
ishly you gave the government your
best efforts and you can enjoy the
satisfaction of knowing that you have
contributed immeasurably to the first
signal victory America has wen in
this righteous war. I shall be obig
ed if you will convey this message
to every member of your committee.
I should be happy to write a personal
'etter to each if it were physically
posr-ible for me to do so.
I also take this opportunity to ex
press the hope that you will preserve
your admirable organization and t!T
I may have your assistance again
when the government has to place ad
ditional issues of bonds.
With kind regards and best wishes,
(Signed) W. K. McADOO.
90-INCH MOSQUITO BARS,
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Made of best quality Sandfly Net. This is a
special price for the above three days, and is for cash
only. Phone your orders early.
E. WILLIAMS & CO.
90 East Wright Street. Phone 1995.
A Sayso or So About Sweet
Dreams The Other Maris Verdict
In the beginning it is to be said
that Sweet Dreams is a very- high
grade mosquito remtdy.
With a bottle of Sweet Dreams a
man at Miairi, Fla., "spent his first
restful night in V,0 years."
On a certain occasion a man at
Biloxi, Miss., was unable to get smie
thousand years long."
Another man from Now Orleans
took some Sweet Dreams to Africa,
and "in Africa it wotked like a
It is aske ' that you give this won
derful mosquito remedy a trial.
Sold by everv store in every
Swet Dreams. He "spent a night a 'town. Sweet Dreams Adv,
attention, and all of them will enjoy I closed for the day, quite a number of
the fourth of July with their families j patrons or their agents were seeking
and friends. o pay "their water accounts, taking
Due to the fact, that today is reeog- advantage of the discount ard also
nized as a holiday, and that the ofTTce desiring to pay up the bill before the
of the water department would be ; tenth of the month.
H. 1. BOODHART
Ml FROM NORTH
President R. W. Goodhart, of the
National Bank of Commerce, return
ed to the city yesterday morning after
a short business trip to Washington
and New York. Mr. Goodhart stated
that New York seems to realize the
war even more than the national cap
ital, at least outwardly, for officers
were to be seen frequently on the
Btreets. while in Washington there is
hardly a uniform.
During his absence the consolida
tion of the National Bank of Com
merce with the American National
Bank was announced, but Mr- Good
hart would say nothing of his plans
for the future.
CRESM! IB HUE S
u-r cf wj
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. !
Crestview, July 3. Ci-estview is 1
growing Crestview is getting anoth-1
er newspaper, The Journal, which Edi
tor J. W. Mapoles is transplanting '.
Mr. Mapoles, half brother
S- Mapoles, editor of the
News, already at Crestview, threw j
his hat into the journalistic ring of t
Milligan a little over a year aero, but ;
when that place lost the fitfnt for 1
the county sea", announced he would j
make a strategic retirement to the !
winning place, and his building1 iv
practicallv ready now. It is stated
that The Journal will be in its new
emplacement next week.
AT BAYVIEW PARK
The many friends of Mrs. D. G.
Reynolds, who recently underwent an
operation at the Pensacola Hospital,
will be glad to know that she has re
turned to her home very much im
proved. MISS ORR ARRIVES FROM
Miss Stella Mae Orr, of Birming
ham, Ala., arrived yesterday after
noon, to be the guest of Miss Jim
Norman, at her home for some time.
LEAVES FOR BILOXI, MISS.
Mr. Charles H. Ketahum of thi
Pensacola Yacht Club left last night
for Biloxi, Mississippi, where he will
attend the big races, returning home
PULLMAN RULES ARE
NOT YET EFFECTIVE
Announcement is made that thej-ule
of the Pullman company against mak
ing reservation, which was scheduled
to go into effect on July 1st, has
been postponed until August 1st.
In connection with the announce
ment, the city ticket office of the L.
& N. states that for the convenience
of its patrons, reservations will be
made, even after the rule is effective,
and will be held for a certain limited
time. Reservations on No. 4 leaving
12:25 will be held until eleven o'clctJ .
while reservation on either the after
noon or night trains will be held until
four o'clock in the afternoon.
It is necessary that this be done, it
is stated, because of the possibility
of using extra equipment.
Swimming races will be an attrac
tion at Bayview Park today and a
large number are expected to be on
hand to watch the contests which are
to be pulled off this afternoon about
4 o clock.
One race will be a contest for speed
over a course of one hundred yards
another race for a distance of three i
hundred yards; a third f:ora the point j
to the pavilion, a distance of perhaps i
six hundred yards, and the last rac 1
will be over a designated course w!r !
a canoe in tow. !
Preparations have been made by
the management to cater to on" of
ijr largest number of visitors ox tne
The New Beverage
Here at last-a cereal beverage that
is all enjoyment. Made from ripe
selected grains. The sparkling amber
fluid will delight those who appreci
ate a good drink, and it is positively
Business men drink it for its health
ful mild stimulating effect. It is re
ceived with favor at affairs for laaies
and when gentlemen are present.
Children enjoy it and its nourishing
qualities help them grow. Nursing
mothers find it more desirable than
beverages formerly used. Keep it
on ice until served. Delicious.
"At soda fountains, grocery stores,
drug stores, etc. Dottles 10c.
The Palonia Co. Tampa, Fla.
KUGLEMAN & CO , Distributers,
Be for Paloma
Paloma's for you
CO UN SEL IN BLACK WELL
CASE OFF FOR CRESTVIEW
W. L- Nelson, associate counsel for
Will and Bob Blackwell, on trial at!
frMH-iow for th murder-of Mr. and 1 1
Mrs. M. M. Davis, leaves this morn
ing to attend court. The actual trial
really starts today, and the time
since Monday has been consumed in
the selection of jury, and the other
preliminaries incident to a murder
CITY HALL WILL BE
CLOSED ALL DAY
City officials and employes at the
city hall will take a holiday today, and
the city building will remain closed
throughout the day. The comm'ssion
ers were in conference late yesterday
afternoon, looking after a number of
matters which were brought to their
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