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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1917.
People m vemits TO BE GRACEFUL IN BODY Take a Lesson From Dorothy Dichson, wa;.s Idah M'Glone Gibson. By CELSA MYROVER ROBINSON SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant. Phone 38 (!2 ? m lS: m) v 4 p. m. to o p. m.' ii i LIFE'S SCARS. They say tl.e world is round, and yet I often think it square; So many little hurts we get, From corners here and there, But one great truth in life I've found While journeying to the west; The only folks we really wound Are those we love the best. The man you thoroughly despise C.tn rouse your wrath, 'tis true; Annoyance in your heart will rise At things mere strangers do; Eut those are only passing ills; This rule are lives will prove; The ranking wound which aches and throbs Is dealt by hands we love. ' The choicest garb, the sweetest grace Are oft to strangers shown, The carelss mien, the growning face Are given to our own We flatter those we scarcely know, We please the fleeting guest And deal full many a thoughless blow To those w!".o 1-vc us best Love does not grow on every tree, Nor true hearts yearly bloom. Alas! for those who only see This cut across the tomb! But, soon or late, the fact grows plain To all through sorrow's test The only folk who gives us pain Are those we love the best. Exchange- DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA GIVE DANCE. On Thursday night a number of people thoroughly enjoyed themselves at Palmetto Beach when the Daugh ters of Isabella gave a charity dance. During the evening light refresh ments were served and all spent n very delightful evening. The proceeds of this dance will be used for charitv, the dance having been declared a success. LEAVES FOR GODFREY, ILL. Miss Gladys Sidway of Godfrey, Illinois, left last night for her home after a most plesant visit as the guest cf Mrs. Robert H. Anderson at her home on West Gadsden street. Dur ing her visit Miss Sidway has been the honoree at many delightful so cial affairs. RETURNS FROM NEW ORLEANS. "fh3 Rev. D- P. Slaughter has re turned home frorrJNew Orleans, Louisiana, where he nas been visiting as the guest of friends for the past several nays. Soothe Skin Irritations With Cuticara Delicate, sensitive skins with ten dency to eczemas, rashes, redness or roughness should not be irritated by strongly medicated soaps. Why not use for every-day toilet purposes," Cuti cura, a pure, gentle Soap, touching the first signs of pimples or irritation with Cuticura Ointment? For sample each free bv mail address post-card: "Cuti cura, Dept.l5G, Boston." Sold every where. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. MOTOR FROM BREWTON. Mr. L. G. Mayo, a prominent busi ness man of Brewton, Alabama, ar rived in Pensacola on Tuesday hav ing motored down here in his car with Mrs. Mayo and their family and they are spending a few (fays in the city as the guests at the home of Mr Mayo's sister, Mrs. J. W. Maloy. MISS REFFIE SMITH LEAVES FOR DEFUXJAK. Mis3 Reffie Smith left last night for DeFuniak Springs, Florida, where she will spend a few cays as the guest of Miss Vallie Jones- From there she will go on to Chipley, Florida, where she will visit her iss ter, Mrs. A. G. Baldwin, for a few days. Then Miss Smith will leave for Geneva, Alabama, her old home, where she will be the guest of rela tives for about three weeks. LIBRARY TO BE OPEN AN HOUR MORE EVERY EVENING. Miss Lottie G. Flinn, the librarian of the Pensacola Library, has an nounced that on and after the date of August Oth the library will be kept open until eight o'clock every evening for the convenience of the enlisted i men. The reading room of the library is absolutely free and a special rata has been made for those who v.fsh to carry the books to their headquarters- The extra hour from seven until eight o'clock in the evening is the librarian's "bit" in serving her coun try and helping to win the war. MRS. ARMSTRONG ENTERTAINS AT BATHING PARTY. Mrs. C. C. Armstrong and Mrs. J. R. Carroll were hostesses yesterday afternoon at a bathing party at Chico way Inn which they gave in honor of their guests, Mrs. J. B CoKey and Miss I.fayme York of Montgomery, Alabama. All enjoyed some time of bathing and during the afternoon a dainty fceon was served which was heartily enjoyed by all. CHILDREN'S RED CROSS CLUB TO SELL CANDY FOR BENEFIT RED CROSS. There will be stands in front of the Central Pharmacy and the Isis Theatre where the members of the Children's Red Cross Club will sell home made candy for the benefit of the Red Cross, from three until seven o'clock this evening, l The children will be dressed in I white with their little Red Cross caps on their heads. This candy sale will "be one of the many entertain iments which they have given for the j Red Cross, all having been very suc cessful. Ss Everybody is invited to help make S itne sale a success. lhe lollowing children are on com mittees: 3 to 5. Isis: Mary Rogers Mitchell, Mary Ray, Marjorie Colson, Jane Hall, Grace Perkins. Mary Morgan Holsbery. Margaret Hall ; 5 to 7: Frances Richards, Elizabeth Oliver, Minnie Oliver, Annie Mary Hall. Ade laide Wentworth, Lydia Mary Bruce- 3 to 5 Central: Lorothy Yonge, Hazel Lewis, Louise Yonge, Lucy Yonge, Barbara McAllister Isabelle Hancock; 6 to 7: Mary Daniels, Nel lie Richards. Needa Porter, Katherine Anderson, Jessie Hall, Hilda Bing ham, Margarita Mayes, May White- ( yrl ' tiff ia v - AW i -ik ' , ' 'li '-V W F!( 'Ut "'.ft . "A, , (h -l ' -M'-Sh. At Balkcom's Fount Xfl O o u w H W Always Something New Good 7 ai: 'y-jjrTl 1 Delicious, Wholesome, Health Giving. A Refreshing; Pure Food Drink. Second of a series of ?rl:?C7 .-in alyzing famous beauties of America. By Idah McGlone Gibson- "Dorothy Dickson has the delicate ly modest grace of tne mid-Victorian : -;:oct unconsciousness of self. To' be graceful, one's joints must be flex- j ible to poh.t of perfect poise. ! One must gesture in a series of ! FOUNTAIN SODA COCOA (Made by a secret Formula You Can Taste the Difference.) Is one of the many new drinks now being served at our fount. As it is up to the usual Huyler standard of quality and purity, all we ask is a trial. BALKCOM'S PURITY ICE CREAM Ice Cream Sodas, and many other ices and specialties, are all uniform in quality and freshness. We use the richest c ream and Huyler's pure fruit flavors and syrups in all our products. MUSIC BY THE NEW EDISON (The Phonograph With a Soul.) 173 o Oh o u w i i H dararaay special Candy 39c pound Maxine Cherries Martine Chocolates H -r M n O G O in A fresh shipment of these most popular confections just received. Come in and get your pound early today. BALKCOJl DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 Phone 123 f - lllill.iiJ.W !"gJ,f'J SAVE THE COUPONS W H M w o o a O I cui-ves and one must have perfect con- tki hostess' mother, assisted by Mvs. trol over cvpi-v naH n. no'c Kn-I- PM-t11 f,. 1 periorl combined with the darine: of i A ! this must he a matter nf V,ahit th ;, -.i, k; ; ui..' vv' th'11 t wh" had one and unconsciousness. and white tone, while ths bluebirds with me to tne last edition of the There is nothing like dancing to , which were the design of the nap- 4'ieS' i , promote prace as the rhythmic mo- kins and tallv cards, were suggestive J !e1S 1 ne 'TClpe f0r, ffracP tipns of the hod t0 niusic usually, of the happiness that pervaded the v v r 11 erfect mechanical ; produce such pleasure that one for-1 atmosphere of this garden part v. rhythm of the body combined with j gets one's self. 'j Many entertainments are being . I planned for these three girls during , , , their two weeks visit and among the and accompany her home Sunday I affairs of this week will be a sewing niPht- 'partv on Saturday mnrni.. trivMi hv FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP "The Store for Women' HALF PRICE SALE THE LA MODE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER GAR. MEN TS GOING AT HALF PRICE. The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New, You Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palafox New Process Removes Superflous Hair Roots WILL PLANT SWEET POTATOES THIS EVENING. All the members, and friends of the members, of the economical depart ment of the Woman's Home Defense Miss Bogart was complimented on Miss Elinor Madison for her guest. Mtnday with a delightful outing to ra.rhopc- The party enjoved a deli League are asked to meet this eve-! "?us dinner and a dip in the bay- With Miss Bogart were. Miss Bessie Kelly. Mrs W. karcher, Mr. William and Tom Karcher. Mr. and Mrs. C. A- purpose of planting the sweet potato L;'if,r, -n- i om tveny ana Mr. jolin i ison, Willi; Mae Discher, Irma Pot slips which have iust been received ! Cog art, who came over from Pensa-I ter. Mrs. Frank Tunia Wil- by the league, they having been do-'00'3 to spend the week-ent with his j helmina Tapia, Angle Hunter, Aimee mog at four thirty o'clock at the lot on East Garden street between Pala fox and Tarragona streets for the Those invited by Miss Worden to enjoy the afternoon with the three honorees were Misses Odette Bur goyne, Antoinette Burgoyne, Helen Young, Maude Kirkland, Mary Laugnonll, Vesta Laney, Elinor Mad- week the guest of her sister, Mr.s. W. H Walkeit, Miss Susie Mao Walden, who has been visiting friends in Pensacola, returned to DeFuniak the first of the week. DeFuniak Herald. , nated to the league bv an interested ; sister and her hostess Pensacolian for help in their cause. Monday Mrs W. A. Mooney enter- and on e Davis entertained for her with an automo- One thousand slips are to be planted i iaine? her at .a supper prty, that a! even-i"" -virs- tieorge Tomen troubled with unsightly hafry Krouths -wilt be deHehtd to hear that thy can now Rftuatlv rfmov th hair entire roots and all easily. quickly, harmlessly! It is done without the use of liquid, powder, paste, or electric needle. The new phelactine rroeeps Is not to be compared at all with any other method. Nothing like it ever diseoyered It causes the hair roots to come out be-fo-- your very eyes instantaneously It-, inc the skin smooth and hairless as a babe's. Its action is so positive, so oet'in. every druggist sells phelactine under a monev.back guarantee. It is nou-odorotis. uot! -irritatin;. n-m-poison, ous a child r:uid safely eat it. Get a sr-n.all stick of phelactine today, follow the simple instructions; you wfil be wonderfuliy surprised. Adv. this evening and it is honed large number of persons will be there for helping in planting as the Iealie wishes to finish all the planting in one day. Also, they wish to plant th din wVlilo tVo rr-rMnirl i-VitU lio . just been newlv plowed, is fresh. f03,6 or n,P1 Other offers of donations of sweet no-' for 1 tato slips have been received but as . T,Vnnrn , the league has sufficient plants for if1 ;,BI c this one lot, no more could be handled lCV. THB"? NsACOLA GIRLS- until another lot is procured and T ,-M1eh "I?1 ,vey.lunfi? anfl j0?ia jonnson or l'ensacoia. who are the one ride ana a movjng picture party after A house party was one of the plea surcs her hostess was arrancrinEr for this week, which was called off departure on Thursdav -Mobile Register. McRermott, Irene Brown. Alice Mc- Dermott and Annie Elizabetn Young. Mobile Register. VISITORS FROM MONTGOMERY. Mrs. J. B. Colley and Miss Mayme York of Montgomery. Alabama, have arrived to be the guests of Mrs. C. C. Armstrong and Mrs J. R. Carroll at their homes here for a few days. MISS SALTER GIVEN SURPRISE SHOWER. A very pretty affair of Wednesday afternoon was a miscellaneous sur prise shower which was given for Miss Lillie Bell Salter, of Milton. ho will be married the last of the ilMi'fl, TV, ii4nA U . their appreciation for the mam dona-; p"e of M,PS" ette J vtA u- u burgoyne, and Miss Helen Grant. shown them. - ! . accmPanea -Miss j m0nth to the Rev. Claud P Roberts. w,,1Mn. ",jme irom -New Ur- of Pentacola. The shower was given Means for a visit, were the bright ! bv the Ladies Aid Society of the ! inspiration for a very enjoyable j Methodist Church in Milton " garden party on Wednesday after- The meeting of the so-lfty was cola, who nooomnnni Mr, C A ' Li.ll. "1 en- neld at the home Of Mrs. 1). T. ll- .'." uniitu Ult 111 til lil I il.H ' 1 1 Conrad Scott of Pensacola was in Chiploy the first of the week Chip ley Banner. Mrs. Fulcher, of Montgomery Alabama, and Mrs. McVoy, of l'en sacoia, are visiting in Cn'lpley v T. .! Watts and family this wc Chipley Banner. Mrs. Ftta McVov of Pensacoia. is in Chipley on a visit to her cousin, Miss Lucile Watts. Ethel, of Pensacola. returned Sun day night to their home, after spend ing several days in DeFuniak. Mrs. Anna Brawncr of Pensacola, arrived Wednesday for a -nsit with 1 parents, Dr and Mrs D. Camp oil DeFuniak Breeze. Taylor, of Florala , a Pensacola visitor Mr W. W. Vlabama, was this week Mr. Thomas L. Waters, of Pensa col; pent several il.ivs of thi-- ued-c in 1 . rala. Florala Tni' Deinucrat- Tr. Amzie Wilson and wife re in DeFuniak this week visiting friends and relatives- Mrs L. C. Cox and daughter, ister. M and Mrs. J. M dicker rf Mo bile and Mr. and Mrs. K H Poyth ress, of Reform, Alabama, wr-ro -1 1 -of-tovvn relatives a' tending tho Poythress-Beasley wedding in Petis i cola Tuesday. cv ning --Mobih- Ke;-- What a world cf love the baby brings! Thousands of women for orer three gen erations awaltinf motherhood have them selves piven nature a helping lianJ by the dally use of the tlme-honorwd external preparation, "Mother's Friend". By its regular use the tendons and ligaments aro made elastic and the tendency to morn Inpr sickness Is avoided. Stretching nd bearing down pains usually era not feit and the muscles relax eamly when baby arrives. Do not go a single r ight with out applying it. Hy assistinff nature, tin crislu is one of less pain and danger. Ask for a bottle of "Mother's Prini" at your druggist's today and write f'ir valuable bo.,k brimful of Information, "Motherhood and the Haby" it Is fre Addre.n Tho Hradfleld Regulator Co., r."yU ii. 273 L-amax Building, Atlanta, 'ia PENSACOL A VISITOR RETURNS HOME- Miss Lilhe Mav Bocart. of Pensa Ryder home to Mobile, has been the o'clock. at 4 !iam:-, and when Miss Salter, accom- i no nif'tnrpsnno Uun w . , . . ..... insniration for i nuinhor of nlAant : ir V C ' "Lc -T "" la panion pv ner motner, arrived at the I inspiration ior a numnei ot pleasant Worden home with its tal banana I r at,.. tcai.-.J, .-u attairs unH hoi- nmr.moHo ffn.lj .. . i . r . .. .. I ",J'"r " iiiauio, I'll n aa viiv ....v. ..v. ilvi, 11IUUI here will regret called back home of her mother's illness went with her and Mr join his wife at tho end of the week new-made friends plants nalrn and ferr was the cot. L ' I 1 to kno - sho us- f- ii ,, tne Fet - TOUCh surprised to find the house to kno , she a9 ting for the five small tatter, where derm atM Mis Edna Williams led yesterday because the rirh firt t-ted their k-;l' it ,- lu mm vmiams i. i t..,. -tv, T,..j i. . , , , V w-tir sK,i at m a wedding march and Miss Salter n .l" 'V'-, nve nunarefl ana laLer enjoyed an ice ) was given a card bearing the worn, .... LUUISC' EVERLASTING Fabrics Company 195 futh Palsfem. Office Phone, 742 DR. W. J. BENN EYE. EAR. NOSE. THROAT 211-212 Blount Building PENSACOLA, FLA. Clean-Up Sale of Hats TOD A Y AND MONDA Y 50 c ANY HAT IN THE WINDOW. Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery 11 and 13 East Intendenda Street. ANY HAT OR SHAPE IN OUR STOCK WILL BE SOLD FROM 5Cc TO S3.9S. Miss Irene Brown claimed the vic-!as she marched down the '-road" she tory and was awarded the first prize,-'found stone shaped packages for her a box of b,ue correspondence c.vds. A little farther along she was hand-Mis- Antometc3 b.irgoyne eutfr.-' the H hor rri ta .irvic "Travel this and gather up the pack ages" and still farther along in the center of the "road" she saw a large chair which had these words on it, "Go slow and don't stumble " When she came to the road's end she was delighted with the many pretty presents which surprised her when she opened her packages. Many interesting games were play ed after which delickms refreshments were served Miss Salter was very surprised and all spend a delightful afternoon. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Lexie McKennie, a charming young lady of Pensacola. is the guest cf her sister Mrs J. R. Beard, in DeFuniak. Mrs. C J Johnson and son, Ary, of Pensacola, is u DeFuniak this oonso'anon, a pair ot hand-emrroid-f red skirt hangers, and Miss Josie JoVnson received the guest nr;ze, a soivenir of Mobile in the form or a pin tray- Atthe conclufion of the games nfanfs-iothers Thousands testify rl riec The Original alted Milk Upbuilds and sustains the body No Cooking or Milk required Used for Vz of a Century Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price. La Mode ANNOUNCES FOR TODAY AND MONDAY AN EXTRA SPECIAL Offering of the Famous La Camille-Ventilc and W. B. Corsets and Flesh Colored Batiste Underwear $3.00 Teddies, Special Sale.... $1.95 $2.00 Teddies, Special Sale $1.49 $1.25 Teddies, Special Sale 95c $3.00 Underskirts, Special Sale $1.95 Comfortable Corsets Makes Known for Fit, Quality and Service $1.00 Corsets, Special 85c $1.50 Corsets, Special .$1.24 $2.00 Corsets, Special $1.60 $3.50 Corsets, Special $2.80 $5.00 Corsets, Special $3.95 $7.50 Corsets, Special $5.95 tn connection with thse Specials, we are now Fellintr. all our Summer Sui's and Presses and Skirts at real Clean.Up Prices VOU CANNOT AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THESE MOEY-SAVING ITEMS LA MODE 122-124 South Palafox Street. Phone 337.