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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1917.
People m Evert;
By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON
SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant.
Phone 38 ('5a--ro!P-:)
KINDRED.
By .Theodosia Garrison.
As one at night . in anguish, who
smiles on her child at morrt
So out of the pang and pain of war
hall certain truth be born.
The miner and the merchant
Are both brave men
See them both in khaki,
They do not differ then
One 'mid death and danger,
In deed and daring one.
And these shall still be comrades
When the course of war is run.
Now this shall be the great reward
when o'er a world in strife,
Like sun that bursts through thunder,
the great Peace lifts to life'.
The statesman and the workman
Are both true men.
See them with one purpose,
They do not differ then
One who guides a nation,
One who makes a gun.
And these shall still be kindred
When the new day greets the
sun.
The world is torn ath its torture,
with pain that knows no rest,
But this shall be the glory at morning
on her breast.
The statesman and the workman
Shall be of one estate;
The miner and the merchant
Shall be as mate to mate;
The Eham of caste has crumbled,
Man knows his brother's worth,
And these shall be of one blood
When the new dawn greets the
earth.
MRS. COLE IN
PENSACOLA.
Mrs. R- F. Cole, of Road-End pa
vilion, arrived in Pensacola yesterday
morning and is visiting friends for a
few davs.
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Nadine
Face Powder
(In Crmmn Bore Only")
Keeps Tha
fnmnlirr Ba&utiful
VTLSGP V r
Soft and velvety. Money back If not en
tirely pleased. Nadine is purs and harm
less. Adheres until washed off. Prevents
unburn and return of discoloration.
A million delighted users prove its value.
Tints: Flesh, Pink, Brunette, White.
By Toilet Countara or Mail, 50c
National Toilet Company, Paris, Tenn,
ZEEK-WADWORTH WEDDING
TO TAKE PLACE AT
DALLAS, TEXAS-
Many in Pensacola and Dallas,
Texas, will be interested to know of
the engagement and approaching
marriage of Miss Louise Wadsworth
of Dallas, and Professor Charles
Franklin Zeek who is at the head
of the Romance Department of the
Southern Methodist University there.
The wedding is to take place on the
morning of Wednesday, August first,
at Dallas.
Miss Wadsworth is the beautiful
and acomplished daughter of Mr.
T- N. Wadsworth and has been edu
cated abroad. Professor Zeek is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. C- E. Zeek of
Pensacola and is now teaching the
French course in the military depart
ment of the summer school at the
University-
Immediatelv after the ceremony
the bride and groom will leave for
Madison, Wisconsin, where they will
be for a month, when they will return
to Dallas to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs- C. F- Zeek will leave
the latter part of the month for Dal
las to attend the wedding and will be
guests of the bride's father during
their stay, returning home scon after
the wedding.
DANCE AT THE
ARMORY HALL
A number of the boys and girls
of the High School set will give
a dance at the Armorv Hall on Sat
urday evening at 8:00 o'clock and
music will be furnished by an orchestra.
Quadruplet Girls, Age 2, Are Marvels of Activity.
PERSONAL MENTION.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A- Avant and chil-
1 dren left yesterday for Mount Eagle,
Tenn., where Mrs. Avant and the
children will spend some time. Mr.
Avant ilw lgo to Tate Springs, later
joining his family before returning
home.
Ik BROZTELL
East 27th Street at 5th Ave
KEW YORK
The Homelike HOTEL where
every room fl CAper
has a bath I U day
and shower J A upwards
Convenient to Everything
WILLIAM J. QUINN. Jr.
PLANS FOR
FRENCH DAY
All the plans for French Day
have been perfected and the chap
erones assisted by the girlg will sell
buttons at stands which have been
selected by them, on Saturday, July
14th. The stands will be decorated in
Red, White and Blue and French
and the American flaes and the girls
will be dressed in white with red and
blue.
There has already h"en offerings
for this good cause
Flake and Mrs. Keys and their
quadruplet daughters, Roberta,
Mona, Mary and Leota.
Hollis. Okla., July 10. Roberta,
Mona, Mary and Leota Keys, quad
ruplets, are entering the third year
of their life just as naturally as
normal children.
The four sisters, born to Mr- and
Mrs. Flake Keys here June 4, 1915
are the marvel children of the south
west probably the first quadruplets
to prove such healthy, kicking run
ning, laughing babies.
SiAl I ii
at, tneir Dirtn, pnysicians came
from all ocer the nation to see them
Physicians are talking about them
yet, and the further along the kiddies
get, the more of a marvel they become-
Roberta weighed 11 1-4 pounds at
birth, Mona and May 11 3-4. and
Leota 11. At two years, Roberta,
Mona and Mary weighed 22 3-4,
while Leota weighed 21.
The four have been attractions at
the state fair, Oklahoma city, the
past two years and parents are pre
paring for a trip there next October-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong
have moved from 405 East Belmont
street, and are now residing at 309
East Jackson street, where they will
be at home to their friends.
PER MENTIONS N
Dr. Adams, Dr. Perkins and Sher
iff Rufus, all of Tanama Citv arrived
yesterday on a business trip and will
return in a few days.
Miss Hazel Crook of Freeport,
Florida, arrived to spend the week
at the home of her sister, Mrs G. T-Lewis.
WILL ARRIVE FROM
TALLAHASSEE
Mrs. L- M. Lively and three child
ren, Winifred. Emily and Caroline, of
Tallahassee, Florida, will arrive next
Monday to be guests of Mrs. Lively' a
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell
at their home on North Twelfth
Avenue-
PETER CHACKNEY
YOUR GROCER
Phone 882
Government and Barcelona Streets.
The Personal
Writing Machine
CoroNA
Reynalds Music House
have donated five dollars each for a
button and many others have donated
a dollar, showing that much interest
in being taken in this work.
WILL ENTERTAIN AT
INFORMAL TEA
Mrs. E. A- Coffin will entertain at
an informal tea this afternoon at her
home on the Big Bayou in honor of
her sister, Miss Josephine Jamison of
Baltimore, Maryland, who ;s visiting
her for the summer
Tea and cake will be served on the
porch by Mrs. G. B Strickland and
other guests who have ben invited
to be present are as follows: Mrs.
Capt. Jayne. Mrs P. B Eaton. Mrs.
Stanlev Parker. Mrs. Frirk Weston,
Miss" Blythe Weston. Mrs. Terrel
Palmes, Miss Strickland. Miss Hel?n
ENTERTAINS FOR MISS
WESTON.
Mrs. Frank Weston was hostess at
a bridge party which she gave at her
home on the Big Bayou yesterday
afternoon in honor of Miss Blythe
Weston, of Charleston, South Caro
lina. During the afternoon light re
freshments were served.
Those present at the party were
as follows: Mrs. Frank Weston, hos-
Two merchants tess; Miss Blythe Weston. Mrs. E- A.
Coffin, Miss Josephine Jamison, of
Baltimore, Md.: Mrs. Terrel Falmes,
Mrs. Ike Hirschman, Mrs. Adams,
Mrs. Knapp. Mrs. Lovelace, Mrs.
Riley, Mrs. Ynistra, Mrs. Yale, Miss
Helen Syposs. Mrs. G. B. Strickland,
Mrs. Lake, Mrs. Toles Mrs. Scarritt,
and Mrs. Stephen Lee
MEETING ECONOMICAL
DEPARTMENT WOMAN'S
HOME DEFENSE LEAGUE.
An important meeting of the eco
nomical department of the Woman's
Home Defense League will be held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Y.
W. C. A rest rooms in the Masonic
Temple. All those women who are
interested in this league are invited
to attend the meeting.
KNITTED ARTICLES FOR
NAVY LEAGUE.
A number of sweaters have been
knitted for th? Navy League and
have already been turned in and i
has been found that two hanks C
wool for knittincr these sweaters is
too much, that they can be knitted
with less, and the ladies are all re
quested to bring all wool that has
been left over, back to the league, no
matter how small the amount.
It has also been found that some
of the sweaters have b?en bound too
tightly around the neck and bottom ! day evening. Rev. Mr. Gammon fill
MEETING OF ST. KATHERINE'S
MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB.
A meeting of the St. Katherine's
Men's Social Club will be held to
night at the rectory at 8 o'clock. All
members are invited to attend.
Y. W. C. A. BOARD
MEETING.
A rgular meeting of the Y. W. C.
A. bo.ard will be held this morning
at 10 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A., at
No- 4 East Belmont street. All board
members are requested to attend.
CENTURY
Century, July 10. Wylle Williams
and family, of Molino, spent Fourth
of July with Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor
Williams
Mrs. Will Davis and family left on
Tuesday last for their home in Bay
Minette, to which place they had been
preparine to move for some time.
Miss Elinor Harrison, the daughter
of Judge and Mrs. Joe Harrison, who
has been visiting relatives in Pensa
cola and McDavid, has returned to
her home in West Century.
Rev. Samuel Trotter, who has been
attending the theological school in
Biloxi, Miss., returned home Thurs
Syposs, Mrs. T. J. Kennv. Mrs. MRS. OUINA TO TEACH
Claude Adams, Mrs. Clvde Lovelace, ! CLASS IN HOME NURSING
Mrs. Chris Riley, Mrs Yntestra, Mrs
Bert Yale, Mrs. Lake. Mrs. Srarritt,
and Mrs. George Gay.
TURKISH BATHS
Pensacola Hospital, $1.00
Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Cflean Sweep Sale Now On!
QUALITY SHOP
78 East Wright Street
FORCHEIMER'S
FASHION SHOP
"The Store for Women
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1. P. REMICH & SONS
"THE STORE THAT SATISFIES"
Agents Svrift and Goulding
Fertilizers.
Phone 722
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Hot Weather Necessities
My showing c lee Tea Glasses, Water
Sets, Ice C-ea"m Dishes, Fruit Dishes,
etc.. Is meet complete.
Will C. Diffenderfer
JEWELER
SAVE TIN FOIL
FOR WOMAN'S HOME
Ladies and children of Tensacola
have gathered quite a large amount
of tin foil in the campaign for the
benefit of the Woman's Home and
Miss Hilda Bear and Miss Pauline
Herschkovitz, who originated the
plan for aiding this worthy institu
tion, are gratified with the results
which have been obtained. They
wish, however, to continue with the
work and are desirous of making an
unusually good showing this week.
They urge all who have gathered tin
foil which has not been selected to
phone either 1248 or 263 so that it
may be called for. They also request
all who use articles wrapped in foil,
such as candy, tea and certain groc
eries, to preserve tie metal wrapping.
Everybody can help men, women,
and children and evan small quanti
ties of foil will be appreciated.
COMMUNITY PRAYER
MEETINGS
The Community Prayer meetings
will be held on Thursday morning
at ten o'clock at the homes of the
following ladies:
Mrs- Butler. 1310 East Strong
street.
Mrs. Dav. 603 North Havne street.
Mrs. E. Y. Morgan, 1326 East
Jackson street.
Mrs. Webbs. 50-" North G street.
Mrs. L. A- Tierce. 710 North Spring
street.
Mrs- Stearns. 19 North Spring
street.
Mrs. Dr- Phillips. Corner East
Twelfth avenue and Mallory street
There will be a prayer meetintr at
i the East Pensacola Heights Tent at
3:00 o'clock on Thursday afternoon.
All are invited to attend these
meetings .
BAYVIEW KNITTING
CLUB
A well attended meeting of the
Bayview Knitting Club was held yes
terday afternoon but the girls did
not knit, as the order of wool has not
yet arrived. The girls all enjoved a
frolic and bathing: to pass the time.
The next meeting of the club will
be held on Thursday afternoon at
4 o'clock at Bayview Park and the
members all hope that by that time
they may be able to begin knitting
articles for the Navy League.
MEETING EXECUTIVE
BOARD OF RED CROSS
A meeting of the Executive Board
of the Fensacoi Chapter of the
American Red Cross will be held on
Thursday morning at 11:30 o'clock
at the Red Cross Headquarters in
the Post Office Building, room 20S-
Mrs. Ed. Gale Quina will teach a
class in home nursing from 4:30 to
6:00 o'clock every afternoon except
Friday afternoon as soon as a suffi
cient number of members have enroll
ed. All those wishing to join this
class are requested to send names to
the Red Cross Headquarters in the
Post Office Building on the second
floor- Mrs. Quina will conduct her
class at the State Laboratory.
MEETING DAUGHTERS OF
ISABELLA SEWING CLUB-
A meeting of the Daughters of
Isabella Sewing: Club will be held this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Miss
Annie Massey, at her home on West
Chase street. All members ire re
quested to be present.
MR. LAMAR IMPROVED
AFTER ILLNESS
The many friends of Mr Charles W
Lamar, Jr., are glad to know that he
is out again ana able to assume nis
duties at the bank after an illness
of several days-
WILL MOTOR FROM
MOBILE.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Christian, of
Mobile, Ala., will arrive on Friday
motoring down in their car, to be
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Driver,
at their home at 1109 North Ninth
avenue.
and the ladies are asked to bind them
a little more loosely.
Those wishing to knit articles can
get the wool from the person who
is taking care of room 413 in the
American National Bank buildine.
and those not knowing how to knit
will be taught by them also, ths
room having been provided especially
for that purpose.
The room is open on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
of each week from 9:30 o'clock in
the morning to 1 o'clock in the aft
ernoon with the following young
ladies in charge: On Tuesdays, Miss
Mollie Blount; Wednesday, Miss Jane
Dunham: Thursdays, Miss Em Tur
ner Merritt, and on Fridays, Miss
Evelyn Maxwell.
ARRIVE FROM DALLAS,
TEXAS.
Mrs. Morris Cohn, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Julia Kramer, ar
rived yesterday from Dallas, Texa3,
to be jruests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Bear, at their home on the
bay shore, Lemhurst.
MRS. FRIEND WILL LEAVE
FOR NORTH.
Mrs. William Friend will leave the
first of next week for a visit to her
home in Gloucester, Mass., her visit
to last about two months.
MISS WESTON ARRIVES
FROM CHARLESTON, S. C.
Miss Blythe Weston arrived from
Charleston, S. C, to be the guest
of her brother Mid sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Weston, at their
home on the Big Bayou.
MEETING
U. D. C,
The regular meeting of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will be
held this afternoon at the bivouac
and all members are asked to at
tend. MEETING CHRIST
CHURCH GUILD.
Christ Church Guild will hold a
meeting at the parish house this aft
ernoon immediately after the litany
service at 5:15 o'clock. All the ladies
of the Guild are urged to attend.
ed the pulpit of the Methodist Church
during the absence of Kev. Mr. Trot
ter. The Red Cross workers recently
collected several hundred dollars for
the work and its furtherance.
The Juvenile League met as usual
on Tuesday evening at the Methodist
Church.
There will be regular service at
the Baptist Church on Sunday, when
Rev. Mr. Nelson will preach-
Miss Irene Glover's class in music
recently gave a delightful recital.
Letters received from Miss Ethel
Hayes, sister of Mrs. Wm. McCurdy,
who is attending the summer term
of the University of Tennessee, give
a most interesting account of her
work and show that she is delighted
with Knoxville.
Century is very earnestly looking
toward the upbuilding of her school
interests and feels that in location,
health and general advantages she
will be quite sure of bringing her
school work up to a high standard.
We have been having some fine
rains and crops and gardens are look
ig well.
Mrs. McKinley and children, who
have been visiting relatives in Bag
dad, have returned home after a de
lightful visit.
A large number of our young peo
ple are enjoying the fine fishing on
the river.
IDAHO MA
ilADE WELL
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Did the Work.
Nothing like it,
WILL LEAVE FOR MT.
EAGLE.
Mrs. Simpson Reese, her two rrowv IVIVpq
daughters and son. accompanied by l1 ' . 1, . A 1,8
Mice Tlr.--tV.i- PnrK.c Uova tnAai fnr t'lli A 1 LiAi 1 A
Mt Eagle, Tenn., their trip to last
Mr- F. W. Brown left last night
for about a month, returning home ?or Atlanta on a business and
some time in August.
pleasure trip, combined, to be gone
about two weeks
MISS AIKEN LEAVES
FOR BILOXI-
Aberdeen. Idaho. "Last year I suf-
fered from a weakness with pains in my
side and back. A
friend asked me to
try Lydia E. Pink
fa a m's Vegetable
Compound and I did
so. After taking
one bottle I felt very
much better. I
have now taken j
three bottles and i
feel like a different ;
woman. Lydia E.
Pinhkam's Vege- ;
table Compound is the best medicine I
have ever taken and I can recommend ;
Miss Edith Aiken, who has been J it to all suffering women." Mrs. PERCY i
; visiting her brother on the bay shore
: for some time left for Biloxi) Miss.,
on Monday.
MRS. POU MOVES TO
BAYSHORE
The Evening Line-Up
Both children and growa-ups, with
coughs and colds, are all the better for
a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar at
bed time. It wards off croup, stop
tickkng throat, and hacking coughs,
sod makes an otherwise feverish, sleep
less night ol coughing and distress, a
quiet and restful one.
BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. Mr. Chis.
Baker, writes : " My wife would not think of
atto any other couth medicine. Foley's
Honey and Tar it certain to brin quick relief.
It is eaoeciaiiy eiiective in catet of bad couihs,
snd we tiye it to our children and recommend
always as a toic remedy, for it contain no
opiate.
D'ALCMBERTE'S F HARM AC?
Presttdge. Aberdeen. Idaho.
Women who suffer from those dis- '
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should !
be convinced by the many genuine and
truthful testimonials we are constantly i
tiublisbincr in the newsnaners of th
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Mrs. Frank Pou moved on Fridav f ". I7nEra v !
from hr home at. V'VA Kner Odtrnrv . fi - . - w . .
street, down to the Big Bavou for
the summer.
LEAVE ON EXTENDED
VISIT.
Mrs. J. Percy Smith, daughter,
Marjorie, and son, Roy, will leave to
day on an extended visit to Philadel
phia and New Jersey shore resorts.
MRS. M 'DONALDSON ARRIVES
FROM MOBILE.
Mrs. James McDonaldson of Mobile,
Ala., arrived last evening to visit
relatives in Pensacola and Bohemia,
for a short while.
To know whether Lvdia E. Pinkham's
j Vegetable Compound will help you, try
j it! For advice write to Lydia E. Pink-
ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman and
held in strict confidence.
BUY
Gonzalez Corn Meal
AT YOUR GROCERS.
A fine table meal grround in Pensacola
of the choicest milling corn.
M. F. Gonzalez & Co.,
Pensacola. Fta.
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See Here!
Do You Mean to Tell Me
You Haven't Yet At
tended the
Hal f Price Sale
Y
at
The Ready-to-Wear Store
Well, if it doesn't beat all how
some people do, just to think, all
those handsome suits and dresses,
and too, so many other things in
ready-to-wear just the very idea
for mid-summer wear going for
one-half their regular price, and
you haven't been down yet?
Say, by all means go down to
day and see for yourself what won
derful values they really are. And,
by the way, this is the last week of
this sale too. They are located at
9-11 South Palafox Street.
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In the Switzerland of America
The Land of the Sky
WAYNESVILLE, N. C
Highest Town East of the Rockies
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Keep Cool and Enjoy Yourself at the Ever Popular
WAYNESVILLE, N. C
Best Table in the Mountain Country
Delightful social features. Continual amusement, inc tiding Danc
ing, Concerts by First-Class Orchestra, Bathing, Tennis, Horseback
Riding and Automobiling. Picturesque location. The Hotel Gcrdon
i3 a thoroughly modern house, with hot and cold water in every rom.
For reservation and rates, address
F. O. DUNHAM, Prop., Waynesville, N. C.
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Disappointment!
Our tremendous roll trade has made it almost
impossibW for us to serve our regular loaf bread cus
tomers on time.
To eliminate such delays in the future, we have
just installed an up-to-date roll making machine,
with sufficient capacity to permit of serving our
trade with both bread and rolls on time.
Quality always the same, "Bennett's Standard."
Bennett's Bakery
426 West Belmont Street.
way will get you results. The Journal's "Want Ad

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