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THE PEN3ACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1917.
1 1 People m By CELIA MYROVER "ROBINSON SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant. Phone 38 (,53p.S;-.,.0oiPp.) VOICE OF THE FLAG Chas- D- South, for Star, San Fran cisco. Voice of the Flag, in my heart I hear thee Hear thee p'ead for this land of mine Voice of the Flag, let my own voice echo Echo and thrill with thy speech divine! "I am the soul of the regnant People; "I am their dream of the years to be! "I am their guidon of Inde pendence; "I am their right on the neu tral sea. "I am the symbol of human justice; "I am the sign of the People's will; "I am the flame of the Lamp of! Freedom, "Beaconing lands in the shadow still. "Borne in the glory of stainless Honor, "I am tha standard that makes you free! "All that our land, in its lavish bounty, "Gave ye, it gave as a loan from me- "Ye who have pledged me life and fortune, "Never, I ween, shall I find ye slack. , t"Ye whom I blest with the Nation's i treasures, "Say, in my need, will ye give them back? "Aye, ye will give as your fath ers gave me "Give as your mothers, who gave their all, Give of your best in sublime j devotion devotion- "Give, that your banner may never fall! "I am the doom of the sceptred ty rant! "I am the spread of the wings of morn "Heralding Day of the Sun of Jus tice "Over a world to Peace re-born "Peace of an all-pervading Con science; "Peace that melteth the sav age sword; "Peace on earth, as the Father willeth "Peace triumphant in Christ, the Lord!" Dandruff and Tetter On Children Guticura Healed In Sore Pimples. Left Dry Scale. Very Irritating. Hair Came Out. Used Two Cakes Soap With Ointment. "J cannot praise Cuticura Soap and Ointment enouch. They have healed two of mv children of tetter and dan druff. The breaking out was in sore pimples that left a thick coat of dry scales. The trouble was very irritating and caused them to scratch so that their seal pswouldoften Heed, and great scales would come off. Their hair also came off gradually. "I used a free sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and afterwards purchased more, and two cakes of Cu ticura Soap with the Cuticura Ointment healed them completely. " (Signed) Mrs. Katie Merritt, Critz.Ya., May 217. Prevent these distressing skin troubles becoming serious by making Cuticura Soap, and no other, vour every-day toilet soap, assisted by little touches of Cuticura Ointment now and then. They are ideal for keeping the complexion fresh and clear, hands soft, scalp clean, toair luxuriant. For Free Sample Each by Return Mail address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. H, Boston." Sold everywhere. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. jS5 The Personal Writing Machine CoroNA Jleynalds Music House EVERLASTING Fabrics Company 14 tvt Paiafvx. FOjRCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP 'The Store for Women" 1 The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New, You Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South PaJafox Event SECOND MEETING BETTY ROSS CLUB. A number of girls of the new knit ting club met for the second tTme at Bayview Park on Tuesday evening at 5:30 o'clock, and at this meeting the girls decided to name the club the "Betty Ross Club." The girls elected their new offi-1 cers who are the following: Miss Hazel Morrison, president; Miss Dorothy Holmes, vice president, and Miss Elizabeth Oerting, treasurer. An hour was spent in taking les sons on how to knit, after which all enjoyed some time in bathin?. At the social part of the meeting the young I ladies invited their young men friends j and all spent a very pleasant time. A delicious lunch was served after bathing. It was decided to meet on Tuesday evening of every week, from 5:30 to 9 o'clock, at Bayview Park. The next meeting will be held on July 31st- RETURN FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Mrs. Lois K. Mayes and daughter, Margarita, and Mrs. F. F. Bingham, returned yesterday rom their trip to North Carolina, where they stopped in Asheville, Waynesville, N. C, and Spartenburg, S. C. Mrs. Mayes attend ed the Southern News publishers Con vention at Grove Park Inn, at the foot of Sunset mountain, ne.tr Asheville,! returning home after a most pleasant ORDER FOR RED CROSS MATERIAL- An order for materials of all kinds for Red Cross work has been sent to Atlanta, amounting to four hundred I dollars worth, and is expected to ar rive soon- when there will be plenty f w'ork for the members of the Re 1 Cross and those who wif-h to help in making the articles. "Housewives." The "housewives" which it had been planned to make for the men in ser vice, will be started tbns week and "T" 4,1,7"u, ". T ,,1' ! particulars can be obtained at the. Red Cross headquarters. There has hppn an ornpr tor two hunnrea oi - , , , A these articles and all those who wir-h to help make them can begin ?.viis week. LEAVES FOR SUMMER HOME. Mrs. Martin Sullivan, cf Montgom-j ery, Ala , wno nas Deen visaing in , the city for a few days left yesterday for her summer home at Garniers, up the sound. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON. Mr. and Mrs. George Mertins an nounce the birth of a son. Wednesday morning, July 25th, who will bear the name of George Owens Mertins. RETURN TO TALLAHASSEE. Mrs. L. M. Lively and children, Winifred, Emilv and Caroline, of TaT of Mr and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, at lahassee, who have been the guests their home on the corner of Twelfth avenue and Blount street, returned to their home vesterdav morning after having enjoyed a very pleasant visit during their stay. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA TO GIYE DANCE. At the last meeting of the daugh ters of Isabella, it was decided that they would give a dance on Thursday evening, August Oth, at Palmetto Beach, the proceeds of which will be used for chanty. Refreshments will be served on the lawn. Everybody is invited to attend and enjoy a pleas ant evening. ARRIVE FROM BIRMINGHAM. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mclntyre, of Birmingham, Ala., have arrived to spend several days in the city an are stopping at the San Carlos hotel curing their stay. DON'T LET GRAY HAIR MAKE YOU LOOK OLD NOW Banish Grayness Without Ridicule Apply Q-Ban, Clean, Safe Guaranteed. Ti-.O'i? i niis of jtnni have d - t I ' j that it is nonsprsr to sriv hair ; r.o-w that thev .-an r. pl Q-B.in H.iir ; ' Color Restorer Instf.i.l of -Itrtv stick;-. ; - dancprous d'.es. Thmisin-'f hnv potttm I ! rifl of their stifaks of pray a:i-1 ipstoroil' ' fmlpii liii.l ht'ess hair to Ik.iH'i. Th.ui. I j anus ami thousands of use-s of Q Ma a i now have soft, luxunant. pnssy. ahunU ant bi.ir intea,l of uelv. strikv. - lookir.p :o.-ks. You cmi look us yo.i as you fepi. too, in-arn'- 1115 -B.uisaff. I easy. s'lr'. MrtnvKarK l,ujrint. 9 I ij-Ban is alrfrmy to use is tmnran j teed to be harmless and is sold undt-r ! the maker's money. hack guarantee if not 1 satisfied. It Is the onlv preparation for the purpose so guaranteed Only .W at i D'Alemherte's lruK Store. Pe'-.sacola. i F'.a., and all co-nl finis stores, or write i direct t Hessiji-K'.hs Orisg '.. Men. j phis, Tenn. "Hair -,i!tm e." ;mi i!iusi-at--l ' ir.terestinc hook of It-cures, sent FUKI". I Try J-Rin Supei line Hair To:m , y- Ban I.imiid Shampoo. tj.Ban Toilet Soap. 0-Ban Pepilatory for ifmov.iu s ii'titlu. ous hair. adv TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m, AT LAST hi mil urn i mumwmu WKsamamTO St. Paul, July 25. Paul Gadbois, a St. Paul carpenter, does his harden ing in washtubs- And on the roof, too! Last spring when he heard all lhat ' clamor nbont. startintr war fnrrlpnc I and seeing the hieh cost of living bills pile up. Gacibois decided to have a garden of his own. Bue he had no back yard and the nearest vacant lot was blocks away. . But while he was hunting a vacant lot he came across the citv dump. There he saw a lot of discarded wash tubs. He carried twenty of these tubs home. Then he took them up on the roof of a shed in the rear of his ; home, carefully placing them near thy edges so their weight wouldn't break in the roof. With a trusty shovel and bucket he went out soil hunting. Bucket full at a time he carried nire rich soil up to his roof garden and filled all the washtubs. Seed sowing fol- INTERESTING MEETING PRISCILLA CLITJ. A verv eniovable afternoon wai scent yesterday bv the members of ; the I'nscilla Club, of the First Chris- i . : . . tian Church, when thev met with Mrs. i 4 u" i a. E. C. Strickland, at her home on the r t u A Oi., fWIIlff III I f L il f lUC rtllli L 1 Jll . , , . street, most of the members being Mrs". ' present, fifteen in number I. vie und Mrs- E. G. Pinnev were guests of the afternoon. ! A discussion of the plans for work for the next few months was held; . after which a guessing content was entered into Mrs. E. . Tinnev win- nin? the contest- meetin was held on the laree comfortable porch of Strickland's home, and at the close of the after noon a watermelon cutting was thor oughly enjoyed by all. WILL LEAVE FOR SELMA AND MONTGOMERY. Mrs. F. L. Bonm will leave in a few days for a visit to friends in Selma and Montgomery for a few davs. ENTERTAIN FOR MISS ROLLINS- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Christel ! were host and hostess at an informal! party which they gave at their home ' on North Alcaniz street, last evening; in honor of their guest, Miss Susie . Belle Rollins, of Chiplev, Fla. About forty guests " enjoyed the' hospitality of the host and hostess. Games and music were amusements for the evening after which the guests repaired to the dining room "which was prettily decorated with shasta daisies and ferns and white and yel low ribbons hung from the candeliers, a very pretty setting, where a dainty salad course was served following a delicious; ice course. Punch was sprved ourse. Punch was sprved in the library LEAVES FOR WEEK-END. Miss Ruth Whidden left yesterday to spend the week-end up the bay with Miss Evelyne I-aust- She will return Monday. IMPORTANT BUSINESS MEETING M. P. DEPARTMENT WOMAN'S HOME DEFENSE LEAGUE. j rompanied his wife, who was called; A business meeting of the military, to Pensacola on account of the ill department of the Woman's Home'ness of her father. Mobile Register.! Defense League will be held on Fri- day evening at 7:."0 o'clock at the L O O. F. hall, at the corner of Ray' len and Belmont streets, and all the; members are earnestly requested to; be present as this is very important, j " j LEAVE FOR J MOLINO. Louise. Lucy Davis and Betty Yonge. left at noon yesterday with Miss Robbie Hyer. for a visit of sev- eral days with Miss Beth Bronson. of Molino. -" WILL LEAVE FOR ; MICHIGAN SOON , , 'a ' j i am il y win leave tae last ot the week for Wantlers Lake. Michigan, whl'C they will be cuests of Mr. and I Mrs E. W. Scotield at their summer home there I ney will remain nortrt for the rest of the summer. SafeWlUc Infants nd Invalids HORLICIC'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK j Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. : For infants, invalids and growing children. Pure nutrition, upbuilding tke whole body. ; Invigorates RurIng mothers ud the aged. More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc. j Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking. ' I Substitute j Cost YOU Same Pries HERE'S A REAL ROOF '3 T WW X lowed. The Gadbois family got all the rad- j ishes, lettuce and onions they could j eat. ani a thlru sowing has beer, made in th5?e tubs from which early crops ; were harvested. j Three tubs have tomato plants, two' to get more tubs and put have sweet corn and pole beans, the j roof of the house, too." corn stalks serving as poles for the That's the w:iv l:e i beans. landlcrs man problem. MISS ST'LLIVAN LEAVES FOR NEW YORK- Miss Dora Sullivan left Inst night on the night f.,.. .... -.,,i- ioi .t- i ipi i, c r l : , .. stopping mr ;t ie uas m .uo i, gomery, Alabama, where she win h- joined by her sister, Miss Jodie Sul'.i- van who has heen visitm" there tor t;1e past ten days and they will continue th? trip together. " ' " During their visit in New i ork thov ne guests of (. oi. rnd .Airs M Waterbury at their home on xr ann IO! rvrrai .5 The Misses Sullivan will also stop at several points in Connecticut and will return home via huttalo, wnero they will make a short visit COMMUNITY PRAYER MEETINGS. The community prayer meeting? will be held at the homes of the following ladies at 10 o'clock this morning: Mrs Lewis, 1710 East Gadsden L. A. Tierce, 710 North Spring street. Mrs John Griffith, olo East Gads den street. Mrs bh. 505 North G street. Mrs. Stearns. 10 North Spring street A prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. H. J. oegtle. at i 1520 East Lloyd street, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, instead of 10 o'clock! ! in the morning The East Tensacola Heights tent ' will he opened at o'clock this alt- : crooon for the prayer meeting i Everybody is invited to attend ' these praer meetings at any of the ' meeting places which is nearest to their home. LEAVE FOR ; MOHI Lb. i Miss I lessie Kellv left Fensaeola for Mobile, arriving there yesterday I morning, where she will visit her1 (father.' Mr- W. H. Kellv, ami sister, ' Mrs. H. M. Trice, and her family for j some time RETURNS T() I MOHII F. j Mr. Joseph Manuel has returned; from fensaeola, Fla., where he ac-1 MEMBERS OF THE LADIES' ! CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL ; ASSOCIATION TO MEET, The members of the Ladies' Con-j federate Memorial Association are- urged to meet on Friday afternoon I for the purpose of gathering togeth-j er the finished articles for the Ren i i Cross that thev have been working ' on for some time. ' They are requested to meet at the ' home of Mrs H. L. .Simpson, at 2 A ; West Belmont street, at five o'clock, j and those who will be .unable to pre - i sent the articles themselves are asked ; to send them so that they can be sent . vnwi uit- ii i "-' ';i : either Saturday or .Monday morning. : as the Red Cross is very much in nooH of thsp articles aT the rsroco-it ; time - ..v v .... - - t . . . . . MISS ROBERTS ENTERTAINS FOR MISS COLLIER. A number of ladies were delisht-' fully entertained yesterday afternoon: by Miss Marguerite Roberts, when j she pave a porch and picture r.urtv i for the friends of Miss Ina Collier, oi nousaon . lexaj, no is tne nousj euest of Misses Dimple and Emmie i Kate McMillan at the home of their ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McMil j lan. During the afternoon dainty re i freshments were served and all spent a most enjoyable time Those present at tbis most pleasant affair were, the honor eruest. Miss Ina Collier. Mrs. A. M. McMillan. Mrs. ' W. C. Dillard. Miss Emmie Kate Mc Millan. Miss Eulalie Hutchinson and the hostess, Mi;s Marguerite Roberts. GARDEN Hi:wv-."'... X-7 1 Other tubs have Ik peas and dwarf beans- "We won't get all the vegt tables we an eat." Gadbois said, showing! a visitor his garden, "but these will help out a lot. Next spring 1 u going ! 'em on tno VHSS HERRI M AN LEAVES FOR NEW YORK Mi ss Y. Herrin n has left , ( icvelan for a sho-t stop bo ev Yorlc where she '"ore goi; will sole t her fa!! r, innrrv w eoks. Re - ning home in a ; LEAVE FOR BAY MINFTTE. Masters Andrew and Frank Mar tin of Hay Minetto. wo have been' visiting af the horoe of Mrs. S. J- ' Feagin on Nort h Sixth avenue for : th.e ii;tst fec weeks, left for their i homo yesterday morning on the train. early RETURN FROM CAMP WALTON. Mr. an.f Mrs. C Christopher Hart man. Miss Annie Johnson and Mr i jofy Rreazeale, who have been en lov ing an outing at Camp Walton, re turned home on Tuesday night, after a delightful trip of about, ten days. ' HAS JOINED HOUSE-PARTY IN COLUMBUS. KANSAS Miss Lola Leo who has been studying at tim summer school of the L'niversi'v of Kansas, is now- enjoying a house-party at. the home of one of lass mates' in Colum - bus, Kansas, many other to has been enjoying tae? parf.es since school has let out and return to he- home soon ing a delightful visit. p-p.-. nfter hav- MEETING WOMAN'S i KM-: LIEF ASSOCIATION- ( A meeting of the W i lief Association will h- , afternoon at live o'clock : of the president, Mrs. I oman's TJe- ! Imld this ' it, I he home . If. Aiken,: on .North 1 a!a!o street. All tno members are requested to attend jthis meeting- i MTSS HIG1ITOWF.U LEAVES FOR HOME. ! Miss Lois Hightower of Santa Rosa Park, wlio has been the guest of Misr. Vera Carte'- at the home i .U1S. .1 i. iiciiMiir on i.i! . if 11.1) mi i for the past few weeks, h ft for her ; ! home last evening, after a pleasant! t. T 7 1 T-a.i 7,-.i r...... ! visit .4. s Girls! Use Lemons! Make a Bleaching, Beautifying Cream t iy The -mice of two fresh lemons ' ' strained into a bottle containing thre i ounches of on hard white makes a : whole quarter pint of the most re-, ' markab'e lemon skin beautifier at! about the cost one must pay for aj ' small jar of the ordinary cold creams. ! : Care s'm-mld he taken to strain the i lemon iuiee through a fine cloth so i nn ;e:i;on pu, ca.-i::. i. uas m.mi . will keep fresh for months. Every, ', woman knows that lemon juice is used ' tft ..nrl wwovn nrh htpmishp? : v , w i c-. u .n-i . v ; - . .. ..v. as freckles, saiiowness and tan and is the ideal skin .-oftener, smoothener and beautifier. Just try it! Get three ounces of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the errocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweet ly fragrant lemon lotion and mas- j s'a;re it daiv int0 the face neck, arms i aR1 hands. It naturally should help to soften, freshen, bleach and brincc out the roses and beauty of any skin It is simply marvelous to smoothen rough, red hands. Adv. HALF PRICE SALE THE LA MODE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER GAR. MENTS GOING AT HALF PRICE. 3 SONS OF AMERICA Sons of "Our Land" arise, Arise in your matchless might Our war cry echoes to the skies, I God will defend the right- j Our Flag shall proudly wave, ! Defiant of assault. J Stripes of the rainbow's brightest j hues, And Stars from Heaven's blue vault. j For our land and for our Flag: j We will suffer grief and pain. : That we may have peace and plen'y In ur country once again. j That we may have peare and plenty ' We will tight with hearts so true. The Army and Navy protect us, Our hoys of the Red, White and IViue I O'er thousand.- our Flag shall wave, I Thousands its folds defend, j Thousands of true anil brave Their heroic lives may end. 1-ight for your homes and lives : Fight with a willing hand, i Fight for our God and vour native j land' i (Miss) Irmenia Pinnev. i Fcnsacola. Fla.. .lulv I?:'.. l'.HT.' FRANCES BALDWIN WILL BE HOSTESS AT BIRTHDAY PARTY. Trie many little friends of Frances Baldwin have received the following cards of invitation to tho hirthday partv which her mother, Mrs. J C Baldwin, is giving in honor of ivr eighth birthday: Frances ( "a a rlottee Baldwin At Home 1010 East Gadsden Street -i::;0 to fi::tf) !U1 :t')Mi. irr I WILE GIVE DN( E ! AT SAN CARLOS. ' A number of young men of the ; younger set will be host- at a dance potatoes,1:- the San Carlos auditorium on p ri- day evening w hen they will entertain a number of their young lady friends, All evpect to enjoy a very pleasant evening. WEEK-END GEESTS OF THE MISSES SOOST. Miss Pearla and Effie Soost were I hostesses at a delightful week-end ; party at their summer home at Bat- I t;es, some of their guests returning i to the ity Sunday night and others ' remaining over until Monday morn for ; ing. Composing their guest list for thi.-. pleasant outing were blisses Edmer Heed, Gladys Gauthier of Sault i Ste. Marie, Mich.. Edna Manning, ! Edna F inch and Charles Raumhauer, I , Frank McConnell. Marshall Raiford ! and ill Leonard and Treston A verv. a!! of Fcnsacola. -Mobile Register. OANCE FOR MISS 'ORNELIA BROUN. A number of boys and girls of the younger set will ne entertameo at, an informal dance which will be given at the home of Miss Frances Brent, at Brentwood, this evening in honor of the guest of the Misses Merritt, Miss Cornelia Brown, of Quintette, Fla. Light refreshments will be served and all the girls and boys look forward to a very delightful evening. ! PERSONAL MENTION Mr- William E. Craig and Mr. Ar thur Gunn nd a number of their friends from Montgomery, Ala., re- i turned after a two weeks 0UtinS P the sound s , . , i .ill. v..-lli'l!"li lifluun a in.- ! cnest at his home on West Chase ! s:lrfit 1 r PVanlrlin JoVmsrm nf it j- T- 1 npft'c AfxTi a of ; ifiiii x7-' -.ixr.-, i isir iv i Piping Hot Rolls for Supper When you go home for supper these fine hot evenings, you are all worn and fagged and your stomach is speaking to you in no uncertain terms, there is nothing that will fit in so nice as golden butter and Bennett's brown rolls. Light as a feather and crisp as popcom.cheapsr still if you can use 4 dozen 25c Bennett's Bakery 426 West arden Gash PHONE 2027 Three-Day Specials Irish Potatoes, per peck . . . UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GAINESVILLE HigH, Moral, Intellectual Standards Liberal Arts. Law. Agriculture, Engirt, eering. Education, Graduate School. Send for Catalogue and Views. A. A. MURPHREE, President. FELIfl6 BLUE LIVES LAZY TAKE CALI1TMIS Wonderful How Young and Ener getic You Feel After Taking This Delightful New Calomel Tablet. If you have net tried Calotabs you have a delightful surprise awaiting ou. The wonderful liver-cleansinr and system-purifying properties of I calomel may now be enjoyed without I the slightest unpleasantness. A Calo ! tab at bedtime with a swallow of water--that's all. No taste nor the slightest unpleasant after-effects, wake up in the morning feeling so good that you want to laugh about it. Your liver is clean, your system is purified, your appetite hearty. Eat what you wish -no danger. The next time you feel lazy, mean, nervous, blue or discouraged give your liver a thorough cleansing with a Calo tab. They are so perfect that your druggist is authorized to refund the price as a guarantee that you will be delighted. Calotabs are sold only in original sealed packages, twenty doses for thirty-five icr.ts At all drug stores. - - Adv. nova, A 'a., who arrived here from Camp YTaTton, and will leave fpr Montcomerx on the noon train today, where he wil is it his brother before returning homo. Tittle Miss Carriee Farner, of Vr rington. is the gurst of Mrs. A. E. Gingrich for the week. Miss T.ei'a leese left Tuesday day morning for points in North Carolina, where she will spend several weeks on a vacation. This Actually Removes Superflous Hair Roots (Entirety New and Instantaneous Method.) Hy tho trtrodurtinn in this country of wlii't is Known ;,s tho "phelaotin pro. esis." any woman " n now H1 herself . ..ni;.loi,'ly ..f .-innoymK piipTflona hair or I i77.. The process is entirely new, if.f-Iri-nt from others, and f:ir Letter li.-ciusc it artually removes the roots. ms well as th fMii'f.ire hair! It is instant aneous, perfectly harmless, odorless ami non..irritatinu. Just eft a stiek of rh1vtin from your druggist, follow thf simp'1 directions- .'unl 5f the hair roots mmp out. with onr own eves' No depilatory or !.- t r i-n 1 treatment ran produee this re- 't. The skin i left soft, RMi-iotli and jr ,;is as a chTiii's. rhelartn er.n b ,-.! with whsolnte safety on.. could e-!i eat it with impunity. If it doesn't do eai-tly as claimed, you can havo your money hack without Cj'-iestion. Adv rygfwwwgi i-i i. ugwHLi jjlus Sample Shoe Store 23 South Palafox. HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. 40 PER CENT LESS THAN YOU WOULD PAY ELSEWHERE. . '. . .... i PEAKE ELECTRIC CO. The Home of Exide Battery Service. W S. Palafox St. Phone 343. Belmont Street. Tsyay fY".'d' SI KJL13 j Grocery Co. 60c STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN TALLAHASSEE COLLEGE OF THE HIGHEST RANK. Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Expres sion, Physical Education, Art, Home Economics. Write for Catalogue and Book of Views. EDW. CONRADI, President. n