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People m Evemt
By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON
SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant
in . o n
Phone 38 ( yfA
SILENCED.
By Eerton Braley
Tis the voice of the slacker,
I hear him declare,
"It's tough in the trenches;
They won't git me there!
Let the other guys march
To a militant tune,
I'll stay at home and loaf
'Round the corner saloon."
Twas the voice of the slacker
Which made the fact clear
That the worst stay at home
And the best volunteer;
That the men we miss most
Would be facing the foe,
While the ones we could spare
Were refusing to go.
Twas the voice of the slacker
That made our course plain
That all men should serve
And that all men should train.
And since this conviction
Our nation has stirred
The voice of the slacker
Has ceased to be heard.
MRS. WRIGHT LEAVES
FOR GREENVILLE.
Mrs. J. A. Wright, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Aline Anson, at
her home on the Big Bayou, for a
few days left Saturday at noon for
Greenville, Alabama, to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. J. C. Richardson, for a
few days, when she will go on to her
home in Birmingham.
-Soothe Your Itching
Skin With Cuticura
Bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot
water and follow with a gentle ap
plication of Cuticura Ointment. The
mission of Cuticura is not only to soothe
and heal but to prevent skin troubles
by keeping the pores free from impur
ities and irritation. For sample of each
free bv mail address post-card: "Cuti
cura, Dept. 12G, Boston." Sold every
where. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.
PETER CHACKNEY
YOUR GROCER
Phone 882
Government and Barcelona Streets.
The Personal
Writing Machine
UOROIMA.
Reynalds Music House
T.
TURKISH BATHS
Pensacola Hospital, $1.00
Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Clean Sweep Sale Now On!
QUALITY SHOP
78 East Wright Street
FORCHEIMER'S
FASHION SHOP
"The Store for Women"
T. P. REMICH & SONS
"THE STORE THAT SATISFIES"
Agents Swift and Goulding
Fertilizers.
Phone 722
Hot Weather Necessities
My showing e Ice Tta Glasses. Water
Sets, Ice Cream Dishes, Fruit Dishes,
etc.. Is most complete.
Will C. Diffenderfer.
JEWELER
, "HE PENSACOLA JOURNALTUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1917. 5
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ARRIVED HOME FROM
COLLEGE.
Mis3 Kathleen Maher, charming
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Maher, arrived home last night from
the Holy Name Academy, in New
Orleans, where she has made won
derful progress in her studies and
won many honors.
Miss Maher stopped in Mobile, on
a visit to her sister, Mrs- E. C. Boni
fay, formerly Miss Inez Maher, of
Pensacola, where she was her guest
for several weeks. She is a great
favorite among the younger girls of
that city and many others.
She was accompanied home by her
sister, Mrs. Bonifay, who has been ill
for some time and has come to Pen
sacola to regain her health. Her
many friends in this city will be
glad to learn that she is now im
proving after a severe illness.
BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
GORDON COFFIN.
Mrs. E. A. Coffin will give a party
for her little son, J. Gordon Coffin,
this morning at ten o'clock at her
home on the Big Bayou, entertaining
about ten children, in honor of the
fourth birthday of her little son. Kin
dergarten games will be amusements
for the children and chocolate and a
cake, prettily decorated with four
candles, will be served.
Those who have been invited to
this party are as follows: Gordon
Coffin, the little host; Eugene A. Cof
fin, Jr., Laurie Weston, Shirley Lake,
Mary Dester Palmes, Derita "Kenny,
John Kenny, Clyde Lovelace, Claude
Adams and Lucy Riley.
MISS MAURA WILL LEAVE i
FOR SAVANNAH.
Miss Velma Maura, one of the
younger newspaper women of the
state, will leave Wednesday for Sa
vannah, Ga., where she goes to ac
cept a position on the editorial staff
of the Savannah Morning News. She
has for several years done society
and feature work in Fensaeola and
is well known here
Miss Maura is one of the first of
the newspaperwomen in the country
whom it is said will be called on to
take the places of men called to the
war, on the larger dailies.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH
OF SON.
Mr. and Mrs Guy Holland an
nounce the birth of a son. July Sth.
MRS. COVINGTON RETURNS
FROM TATE SPRINGS.
Mrs. Maris T. Covington returned
home yesterday afternoon from ftte
Springs, where she has been visiting
for several weeks.
LEAVE FOR MARY
ESTHER.
Mrs. Jack Fomison and little
daughter, Sylvia, will leave today for
Mary Esther, to be guests at the
home of Miss Vernile Williams for a
short visit.
ARRIVES FROM
MA RI ANN A.
Master Louis Pierce, of Marianna,
arrived on Saturday to visit his
grandparent?, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Lewis, for about two weeks-
FOR KW KIND
OF CALOMEL
Calotabs, the New De-Nauseated
Calorael Tablet, Is in Great De
mand Here Because of Its Free
dom From Unpleasant and Danger
ous Effects.
Have you tried the new calomel
tablet that makes calomel taking a
pleasure ? If you have you appreciate
the wonderful virtues of calomel,
when robbed of all its unpleasant ;.nd
nauseating effects-
Calotabs is the sensation of the
year in the drug trade. Pharmacists
regard it as a practically perfect
remedy for the liver. Its effect in
biliousness, constiprtion ar.d indiges
tion is delightful-
The next -time your liver needs a
thorough cleansing try Calotabs- One
tablet at bedtime, a swallow of wa
ter that a all. No taste, no nausea,
no griping. Wake up in the morning
feeling fine, with your system thor
oughly cleansed and a hearty appe
tite. Eat what you pleasj, no dan
ger. Calotabs are never sold in bulk. Ask
for the original, sealed package con
taining twenty doses: price thirty
five cents. Your money back if you
are not thoroughly delighted Vith
Calotabs. adv-
Drooping,
Ailing
Babies '
are Revived and
Strengthened by
the Lse of
Imperial
s r
the Unsweetened
FOOD
for Babies
THE Oir'"TAI. P"- RMACY
Phones 921.922.
MISS MARSH AND MISS
ANDERSON WILL
ENTERTAIN.
On Thursday evening Miss rtowena
Marsh and Miss Elizabeth Anderson
will entertain some of their friends
at the home of Miss Marsh on North
Spring street, with a dance and dur
ing the evening punch will be served.
Those who are invited are: Misses
M-rian Laney. Elizabeth Bronson, of
Molino; Matilda Brown, Wilma Bark
dull, Ruth McLane, Gertrude JeLane,
Annie Chaffin McLane, Jane Dun
ham, Valerie Reese, Robbie Hyer,
Eleanor Mitchell, Judith Maxwell,!
Christine Sheppard, Clara Sheppard,
Bessie Sheppard, Adalaide Garfield,
Dorothy Bingham, Ethel Paderick,
Elizabeth Cawthon, of DeFuniak
Springs; Anna Lamar, and Dorothy
Merritt, and Messrs. George Malone,
Tom Kennedy, Hunter Long, De-
Rocheblave Scarritt, Newman Mc-'
Lane, Gillis McLane, Tom BarkdulU
George Owen, Pickett Jones, Harry;
Gibbs. William Roberts, Boykin Hyer,
Ed Pooley, Armistead Covington, j
John Pace, Dick Pace, Clarence Mel-
ton, William Eonacker, Harry Scar
ritt, Howard Mayes, Mr. Ely, Mr.
Jennings, Dr. King, Dr. Harmon, Dr
Gately and Dr. Ames.
MEETING SUNDAY SCHOOL
CLASS FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH.
The Sunday School class of Miss
Ethel Paderick will meet this after
noon at 3:30 o'clock, at the First
Christian Church. All members of
the class are requested to be pres
ent. LEAVE FOR FRENCH LICK
SPRINGS, IND.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Touart, Jr.,
left Louisville, Ky., on Sunday, after
a week's visit there, for French LVk
Springs, Ind., returning to Pensacola,
in about ten days. j
LAWN PARTY FOR
RED CROSS.
A few girls on East Hill will give
a lawn party for the Red Cross at
Andalusia Square, at 5 o'clock, this
afternoon. All are invited to come.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH
OF SON.
Mr- and Mrs. Louis F. Brown an
nounce the birth of a son, Friday,
June 20th, who has been given the
name of Louis F. Brown, Jr.
LEAVES FOR BAY
MINETTE.
Mrs. Helen Rush Sturdivant left
yesterday by way of Flomaton for
Bay Minette, where she will attend
the" district conference of the Meth
odist Church, from where she will go
to Brewton.
MR. LISCHKOFF LEAVES
FOR NORTH.
Mr. Alex Lischkoff left on Sunday
on the noon train for Chicago and
Cincinnati on a business trip.
MR. SHLENKER LEAVES FOR
NEW ORLEANS.
Mr. Dave Shlenker left Sunday on
the noon train for his home in New
Orleans, after a pleasant visit of a
few davs at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Alex Lischkoff, on North Spring
street.
MRS. KETTERER ARRIVES FROM
JACKSONVILLE.
Mrs. Phillip Ketterer and little son,
Master Arnold Howard Ketterer, for
merly a resident of Pensacola, arriv
ed from Jacksonville, Florida, and is
stopping at the San Carlos hotel, for
about a week.
MEETING PRISCILLA CLUB
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The Priscilla Club of the First
Christian Church will meet this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. H. H. Perkins at 1610 Ea-S
LaRua street.
Thiss the second donation party
of the year and all the members are
expected to be present and to bring
donations for the fall bazaar. Their
friends may be invited if the hostess
is informed.
All the ladies are requested to
bring old or new scrap3 of white ma
terial and scissors, as some of the
time will be spent on Red Cross
work.
NN BULLOCK RETURNS
FROM MONTGOMERY.
Miss Ann Bullock, daughter of Mrs.
J. W. Bullock, returned yesterday
afternoon from Montgomery, accom
panied by her grandfather, Mr- Geo.
Fly. Shp has been visiting relatives
there for the past two or three weeks.
WILL ENTERTAIN
AT BRIDGE.
Mrs. Frank Weston will entertain
a number of her friends at her home
on the Big Bayou this afternoon with
a card party, playing bridge.
ARRIVES FROM
JACKSONVILLE.
Mrs. Batz arrived yesterday from
Jacksonville, Fla., to stay at the
home of Mrs. Aline Anson at her
home on the Big Bayou for some time
as Mr. Batz is employed at the nav?
yard.
WILL LEAVE FOR
MT. EAGLE.
Mrs. J. A. Avant and children and
her mother, Mrs. May Whittich, will
leave today for Mt- Eagle, Tenn.,
where they will spend the rest of the
summer. They will be accompanied
as far as Birmingham by Mr. Avant,
who will then go to Tata Springs,
returning to Pensacola in about tw
weeks.
MEETING DAUGHTERS OF
ISABELLA SEWING CLUB
The Daughters of Isabella Sewing
Club will meet with Miss Annie Mas
sey at her homeon West Chase St-,
on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. All "members ara aeked to
attend.
MEETING DORCAS SOCIETY
A meeting of the Dorcas Society of
the Knox Presbyterian church
will be held this after
noon at 4:00 o'clock at the- church.
All members are requested to De
present-
I,
You Should Know More About Good Baking
A SINGLE VISIT TO THE DAILY DEMONSTRATION OF
sm m ES
W MIL
AT THE EVERLASTING FABRICS' CO. STORE
BAKING
D. KUGLEMAN &
Distributors, Pensacola,
MISS JOYNER
LEAVES FOR MONROVILLE
Miss Ethel Joyner the popular
young daughter of Mr- and Mrs. F.
E. Joyner accompanied by her moth
or left on Saturday for Monroville,
Ala., where they will visit Mrs. Joy-
SPRUCE NEW
BOUDOIR CAPS
tf v IjfiwSSJ V-
j9
PHOTO
BY BETTY BROWN.
New York, July 9. New boudoir
caps are much less shirred and
sloppy than of yore- They-fit the
head closely a5 a rule, owing it is
said, to the increasing cost of lace
There's many a blessing in disguise.
is
tested
0r ufkm4
5 m fv
the pevfeGt seal.
' :J I H 4
m m$m Hess. and.
"yySwjny ) Look. bt
J All WheaONl a , . M
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DAINTY LUNCHEON SERVED
Every Afternoon, 3 to 6.
SPLENDID SOUVENIR COOK BOOK
MRS. MONTEABARO EXPERT
CO.,
Fla.
The Pier of Flours for Over 50)
V Years Not an Experiment. '
ners son, Mr. E. Joyner for some
time- Miss Joyner will visit frienefs
in Mobile before returning to her
home in Molino, Fla.
INTERESTING MEETING
CIRCLE NO. 3.
An interesting meeting of Circle
Number three of the First Baptist
church was held yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Paul Gray on
East Brainard Street with about
fourteen members present.
Before the meeting the ladies all
worked on fracture pillows for the
Red Cross-
The meeting Was opened in praver
by Mrs- W. W- Whitefield and was "led
by Mrs. Pace. The subject of the
program was "The Mission Work
thr.t Baptists are Doing Among
Negroes and Indians," several papers
being read on that subject bv Miss
Glady McMillan, Mrs. Charles
Rice, Mrs- Durham and Mrs. Paul
Gray-
A very interesting feature of the
afternoon was the recital of an In
dian piece by little Gu$is Durham
who was dressed in an Indian cos
tume.. Mrs. J. A. Ansley accompanied the I
songs on the piano and closed the J
meeting with prayer- j
PERSONA), MENTION.
Miss Thelma Carr'arrived on Sat-!
urday from Montgomery, to join her:
father and mother at the homo of '
Miss M. C. Laskey, on North Hayne
street.
Mrs. Harry Haley has been to Mo-'
bile on a visit to her sister, Mrs. E. i
C. Bonifay, to be with h--r during j
her severe illness, but Mrs. Haley!
has now gone on to No -loans, !
to join her husband who ,. ;..re on ;
business. j
Mr. Adam Lewis, of Marianna, j
spent th Fourth of July with his
mother, Mrs. Richard K. Lewis. I
Miss Dora Sullivan will leave soon :
for New York, where she will visit i
friends.
ASK FOR and GET
n ran
The Original
Ptlalted Milk
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price.
WEtlta
keeps in .
tlie fisesk-from-the-
mirr3-zssst lit'- i
THIS WEEK WILL SOLVE MANY OF YOUR
PROBLEMS.
DEMONSTRATORS MISS
It is stated that the increase of
ten per cent in the assessment of
railroad properties will bring an addi
Every woman should !o her duty in
rearing a strong, vigorous and heuithy
generation. Kor three generations, women
awaiting childbirth have vi-ei the safe,
external preparation "Mother's Friend".
The drawn skin of the abdomen i made
elastic, the muscles expand with eua
when baby is born and the Inflammation
of breaat frlandu and other soreness Is
soothed. The tendency to morning sick
f
In the Switzerland of America
The Land of the Sky
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Highest Town East of the Rockies
wt&Zf
Keep Cool and Enjoy Yourself at the Ever Popular
l-iotel
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Best Table in the Mountain Country.
Delightful social features. Continual amusement, including Danc
ing, Concerts by First-Class Orchestra, Bathing, Tennis, Horseback
Riding and Automotiling. Picturesque location. The Hotel Gordon
i3 a thoroughly modern house, with hot and cold water in every rv. Jm. '
For reservation and rates, address
F. O. DUNHAM, Prop., Waynesville, N. C
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAI NESVILLE
Hlrjh, Moral, Intellectual Standards
Llbersl Arts, Law, Agriculture, ingln.
eerlng, Education, Graduate School.
Send 3r Catalogue and Views.
A. A. MURPHREE, President.
This is the
OUR
GREAT HA!
If you have not taken advantage of these
great bargains already, put a string around your
finger and don't forget to
Shop Here Tomorrow
Remember, you are getting the cream of the
markets, in ready-to-wear, during this sale.
Everything new and up-to-the-minute no old
styles among them. Ccine!
The Ready-to-Wear Store
9-11 South Palafox Street.
FREE
MAUPIN.
Ask Your Grocer for
"WHITE CREST FLOUR"
tional $3,000,000 into the stats
treasury. The railroads will oppose
the increased assessment-
mnm.
ness or nausea Is avoided and this makes
for the futuro health and nature of tha
child. Write The Bradfield Regulator
Co, Dept. T, 273 Lamar Bulldtnf Atlanta,
Ga., for their look, '"Motherhod and th
Baby". It Is free to all woman. Get a
bottle of "Mother's Friend" at your drug-giaj-V
today h.nd do not neglect to applj
it night axd morning.
Oil
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
TALLAHASSEE
COLLEGE OF THE HIGHEST RANK,
Liberal Arti, Education, Music, Expres
sion, Physical Education, Art, Homa
Economics.
Write for Catalori-'e and Book of Views.
EDW. CON RAD I, Preildent.
Last Week
E-PRICE SALE'
Pill
Gorcl
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