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THE PENSACOT, A JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1918.
people m Eveets TsSephons 3850 a. m. to 8 p. m. mifl jUt MALLARD DRAKE a dav in thciwhite wind's cheek! park in the tip of his lifftru- :tinsr a hundred miles an hour! his throbbing pulse the air to ,:-ift viM duck, the beautiful ,cndh of the sun In his yellow 'A, , ."purple of night asleep on his -eca of a thousand Junes on his j -est. . .ind of tee heavens across nis Ijght and drink in the frothing ; -Ircie away to the greening gap; V? for the noonday feast of kings Crimson seeds in the marsh's lap: vzet where the city's whic flags Y,rn, mow but the deep air's quivering Viiis ow the way the wild duck takes !f. twilight of the grassy lakes. 2 glory of the Yukon hills. est where the gray old sea tow- shake: tangled moss and grassy knots T6 seek the nest of the kittiwake And the pointed eggs with blood red spots ! 0, kittiwake, of the snow white crown. Of the coral Teet and Vermillion eyed. Of the tender croon and wings of down. I would fly with you this burning day To the windswept peaks, away, away, And hide where you and the tempest hide. O. for a day in the waltzing wind. With the mallard in his swift, strong flight! PROMOTION OF MAJOR CRAIG Friends of Major Louis A. Craig, U. S. A., now in France, are much inter ested in news of his promotion. As Captain Craig he made many friends here in service and civilian sc cieyt who are pleased at any nuuvi that may come to him. E ORE THROAT or Tonailitis, gargle with, warm salt water then apply- Hi 9nwtwi yi, i ffiW PRICES 30c, eoc, si.20 WAFFLES 'iree cups of flour (wholewheat); .jps of milk; 2 eggs; 3 table ns baking powder; 1 teaspoon i l tablespoon melted butter, iix the flour, baking powder and i add the milk and well beaten 3s. mix thoroughly. Have waffle n hot, pour in the mixture, being Leful not to put too much batter 3 iron. Dust with powdered ar. SERVE HOT. Mme Rambeau WAFFLE IRONS e carry onlyv the standard ikes in Waffle Irons of best de- tas and materials. jome are of cast iron some of .;minum but all are well made :i fully guaranteed for long use coal, gas or oil stoves Priced from $1.50 to $2.50. F. A. Ray Hardware Co. TWO STORES 35-30 Phones 124-1911 MEYER SHOE CO. Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store Palafox and Romana Sts. Brooms THE BETTER KIND $1.25 0ing to the increased cost ,wire binders, so essential in 1 making of lbrooms, be- of the great demand of Jon and steel products by government, the cost of Jans will be higher and :y higher in price but "ice. Your Broom Now! nd Save Money! -Phones 1721 To leave the blue frost smoke behitd. And poise In the Yukon's opal light. To know the rush of the upper airs. The curve of the wing tip thrilling through -The.sweliing soul of him who dares! O, beautiful bird, bronze night on .hy breast, A thousand golden Junes on thy crest. And across thy wing heaven's band of blue. ; ' Agnes E. Mitchell. SPENT WEEK.EXD IN CITY Miss . Adelia Rosasco has returned to her home in Pinewood, Fla., after, en joying the week-end in the city as the guest of Miss Dorothy Bingham, at her home on 20th Avenue and Jackson street. , PENSACOLA SHAKESPEARE CLUB DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED BY HILTON! ANS Tuesday afternoon Pensacola Shak espeare club was delightfully enter itained by the Shakespeare club of Mil jton at Floridatown, which is a beauti- Jful spot, embraced by sparkling waters and crowned with ancient moss be decked oaks; reached by 50 minutes on the ferry by winding through pla cid bayous and among miniature jsl ands; returning in a glorious sunset with its enchanting shadows , and re flections. The joint program of quotations from noted women, address of welcome and response, discussions of current events, and several musical numbers were en joy d by all. The program was followed by a so cial hour during which time a deli cious luncheon was served by the Mil ton ladiCF. LEAVE LAST OF WEEK FOR MASSACHUSETTS Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blount Sr.. who are now visiting with their son, Mr. Bedo Blount and family, ill West La Rua street, wjll leave the last of this week for Baltimore, where they will join Mrs. W. A. Blount Jr., and child ren. They expect to be absent from the city for some time and on their return will occupy their home on the Bayshore. MAKING HOME AT SAN CARLOS i Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank H. Goodyear, who have been residing on the Bayshore are now making their home at the San Carlos. SOCIAL MEETING LADIES' AUXILIARY TO O. R. C. POSTPONED The social meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the O. R. C, to have been held with Mrs. J. I. Eubanks, 20 North Seventh Avenue, Thursday after noon at 3 o'clock, has been postponed on account of illness in the family. CHANGE OF RESIDENCE Mrs. J. S. McGaughy and Miss Lizzie McGaughy have moved from 520 North Spring street, to her former residence. 000 North, Spring street, where, this winter, during their stay in the city. Ensigns Isant, Osgood. Finch, Peter son, all of the Naval Air Station, and Mr. D. B. MacMillan will be located with her. MR. BLOUNT TO ( UNDERGO OPERATION Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Blount will leave Sunday for Baltimorc-where Mr. Blount will enter the John Hopkins hospital for a surgical operation. They will be accompanied as far as Macon by their daughter, Mrs. Louis A. Craig, and infant son. Louis, Jr.. who will be the guests of Mrs. John Cutler. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co. 2835 Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writ ing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for' pam in sides and back: rheu matism, backache, kidney and bladder ail ments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing ca thartic, for constipation, biliousness, head ache and sluggish bowels. Sold every where. adv. MANICURING. HAVE TOUR MANICURING. Sham pooing. Massaging and Chiropody done at the AMERICAN BEAUTY SHOP, 305 Blount building. Telephone, 34. Residence phone, 1839. CLOTHES at only $1.00 Weekly. We clothe Men, Wo men and Children on Credit. Wide selection at attractive prices. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. We Take Professional Pride in Our Prescription Service Prescriptions are ' not filled hexe in a matter-of-fact way. The doctor's prescription is given the CLOSEST SCRUTINY ana every drug specified in it meas ured out with MINUTE ACCUR ACY. Furthermore all our drugs are fresh and of the best quality. We devote tc this Important work conscientious effort, expeir skill and ripe experience. Ask your physician or your nurse about our reputation. When there's sickness in your family always bring your pre scriptions to us. Prescription Specialists " w Drug1' Co.- i Prescription Store, -hartea 19123. NEWSY NOTES ABOUT PEOPLE AND PLACES L. L. Jones, brother of Mrs. W. R. Fell, Mrs. W. C. Walker and P. W. Jones, of this - city, surprisea his friends when he unexpectedly arrived iru Pensacola from Dayton, Ohio, after an absence of 18 years. He will, remain for a short, visit be fore leaving for his home. ( MISS RHODES TO TEACH I. ORMO.ND Miss Alice Rhodes arrived Monday evening from Century and is visiting her cousin, L. H. Rowe, and wife at their home on South Palmetto avenue, until the opening of school next Mon day, when she will go to Ormond. to teach in the school in that town. Miss Alice is a sister of Miss Faye Rhodes who taught in the South Ridgewood avenue school last winter and the pre ceding year, but is now engaged In government work In Washington, D. C. MRS. ELVIDGE ARRIVED YESTERDAY Mrs. H. B. Elyldge. formerly Miss Edith Brassell, arrived in the city last night from Allentown, Pa., where she has been visiting for the past two weeks, having spent the summer in Miami. She will be with Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Brosnaham, Jr., at their home in East Pensacola Heights, during her stay in the city this winter where she will be a member of the faculty of School No. 41. News has just heen re ceived by her of the safe arrival over seas of her husband. Lieutenant El vidge, of the Marine Aviation Corps. MRS. DENHAM ASSUMES CHARGE OF COUNTRY CLUB With the resignation of Miss Mar guerite Ingraham. lfter three years of most successful management the Pen sacola Country Club has been ..very fortunate in securing as her very able successor, Mrs. John Denham, of New York city, who, for the past two years has had charge of the Public Library lunch rooms in New York. Mrs. Denham is admirably adapted for such a position and, brings with her much valuable experience. She is a woman of much charm and winning personality and has many friends and relatives in Pensacola, her former home until the past 10 years when she has been making her home in New York. Mrs. Denham has secured efficient as sistance and the Club will open about the first of November with a very promising season. Weekly dances will probably trtj a delightful feature through the winter and delicious din ners and luncheons are served there at all times if the management is no tified sufficiently beforehand Pensacola is fortunate in having an unusually beautifully situated Country Club, facing the Bay over which it commands a lovely view, and in a lovely stretch of Florida woodland with flow ering trees and shrubs all the year round and is just a convenient distance from town. A more lovely spot -for rest and re creation, to enjoy outdoor sports or delightfully entertain one's friends could hardly be found. Mrs. W. R. Fell is confined by illness at her home, 918 East Strong street. Dr. W. E. Mellwain, pastor of the Knox Presbyterian church, returned home last night after a month's vaea- as a. s m . lion spent in cnanone ana oiner pointed in North Carolina. Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson have taken apartments in the Fisher Build ing. Their former residence, 1524 Bast LaRua street, will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walter, who have lately arrived in the city' from Chicago. The friends of Mrs. W. J. Slnnott, Jr., regret to kno wthat she is quite ill at her home, 216 South DevlUier street. Miss Dora Lee Clark, who has been quite ill is now convalescent and hopes to begin school next Monday at Nix. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the friends of our father, S. B. Ivey, during his sickness and death, and to express our appreciation of the beautiful floral offerings. THE FAMILY. MEATS WE SOMETIMES FORGET ' We sometimes forget that there is anything to a beef except roasts and steaks. Wherever parts such as on gues, livers, sweetbreads and hearts are available for purchase by the householder, the United States Food Administration suggests that these re cipes should be known and used. Sweetbreads As soon as sweetbreads are received from the market, they should be plunged into cold water and allowed to stand one hour, drained, and put into acidulated salted boiling water, then allowed to cook slowly 20 min utes ; again drained, and plunged into cold water, that they may be kept white and firm. Sweetbreads are al ways parboiled in this manner for sub sequent cooking. Broiled Sweetbreads Parboil a sweetbread split cross- wise, sprinkle with salt and pepper and broil 5 minutes. Serve with lemon juice. Creamed Sweetbread Parboil a sweetbread and cut in one half inch cubes, or separate in small pieces.' Reheat in one cup of medium white sauce. Braised Liver Skewer, tie in shape, and lard upper side, of calf's liver. Place in deep pan with trimmings from lardoons; sur round with one-fourth cup of each, carrot, onion and celery, cut in' dice, one fourth teaspoon peppercorns, two cloves, bit of bay leaf and two cups of brown stock or water. Cover closely and bake slowly two hours, uncovering the last 20 minutes. Remove from pan, strain liquor, and use liquor for the making of a brown sauce. Pour sauce around liver for serving. BAY VIEW BECOMES A PICNIC GROUND Bay View park is being turned Into a real winter resort by Caretaker George Stage at the direction of the city commissioners. The entire Interior of the pavillion has been rebuilt and arrangements made to feed picnic parties and those who are attracted to the park by the boating and bathing lacuitiea there. There have been many bathers at the resort in the past two weeks since its reopening by the city.. Many re port that the waer has been ideal for swimming and wih the added facili ties for lunches, the commissioners feel that Pensacoliang as well as win ter visitors will take advantage of the park for a day's outing occasionally during the winter. Workmen have be gun ditching preliminary to laying of a new sewer destined to carry off the rainwater flow and prevent the wash ing of the road. Can Now Eat and Sleep in Comfort If troubled with indigestion or sleeplessness you should read what Miss Agnes Turner, Chicago, 111., has to say: '"Overwork, irregular meals and carelessness regarding the orui nary rules of health, gradually under mined until last fall I became a wreck of my former self. I suffered from continued headache, was unable to digest my food, which seemed to lay as a dead weight on my stomach. I was very constipated and my com plexion became dark, yellow and mud dy as I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery and I would awake as tired as . when I went to sleep. I heard of Chamberlains 'Tablets and found such relief after taking tthem that I kept up the treatment for 'near Ty two months. They cleansed my stomach invigorated my system, and since that time I can eat and sleep in comfort. I am today entirely well." Adv. AERONAUTIC DANCE - " AT SAN CARLOS The Aeronautic Dancing Club will en tertain the officers, student officers and their civilian friends with their usual delightful dance at the San Carlos, Sat urday night. Special music will be provided by the orchestra from the Naval Air Station. HAVE RETURNED FROM PLEASANT VISIT Mrs. Wilford B. McMillan and little daughter, Emily Marshall, 416 East Brainard street, hate returned home after visiting for the past ten weeks as the guests of relatives and friends in diffeffrent parts of Ohio and West Virginia. SPENDING SOME TIKE WITH RELATIVES Mrs. George H. Leyden, of Annlston, Ala., is spending some time in the city with her father, Mr. W. C. Milligan, 501 North 17th Avenue. MISS LILLIE TAYLOR RETURNED LAST NIGHT Miss Lillie Taylor of the Old Mill Inn returned home last night after a delightful vacation of several weeks spent visiting in Balsam and Asheville, North Carolina. Just Once!- Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Take No Calomel! Listen To Me! If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel 'which sickens and salivates. Stop using calomel! It makes you sick. Dori"t lose a day's worS. If you feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti pated, listen to me! " Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile, era she, into it, break ing,, it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels constipated, coat ed tdpgue, if breath is oad orstOmach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless D6d$6n's Liver Tone. Here's my guarantee Go to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver. Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonful ' tonight, and if it ' doesnt straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous by morn ing, I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medi cine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick.- I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone v will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and consti pated waste which is clogging your system and. making you feel miserable I guarantee tlfat a bdttle of Dods6ns Liver Tone -will keep the entire family feeling fine for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taste adv. : . SHIP UTAH 8A1LORS BODY TO DETA 'HOME Wesley I Lackardof Delta, Utah, who died Tuesday at the base hospital with pneumonia, was hipped to his home yesterday. After services at the Northrup and Wood undertaking parlors, the naval band and escort accompanied the body to the L. &. N. depot. Mrs. C W. Nell, the wife of patrol man Nell, of the local police force, was taken ill Tuesday' evening with the Spanish Influenza and was taken to the Pensacola hospital last night. Her condition is very serious. A CHARMING WOMAN What contributes most to the charm of a cultured woman? Isn't it her com plexion? How blessed she is, you think. Tet you can be so blessed too. If you'll only realize that a good complexion is mostly in your own control. By using- TETTERINE you can clear up the skin, removing pim ples, blotches, scaly patches and all that goes to mar one's beauty. It is the one tried and true agent for quickly conquer ing czema, no matter how long- stand ing; ringworm, tetter, itch and such af fliatione. Get Tetterine at drug stores. Shuptrine Company, SavSnnah. Ga. FINE IS UPHELD AT HEARING Alex Walton, driver for the Swift Packing Company was granted a new trial in the case brought against him in the Recorder's court by a city employe named Willis. f The hearing occurred yesterday morningj before Judge Morey. A verdict was return ed which increased the fine of $50 assessed against Walton in the first trial to $75. This was later reduced by the Judge, who found $50 to be the highest fine possible under the city ordinance. Walton was charged with driving- in a manner which resulted in injuries to WilHs, the latter, an employe or the garbage department of the city, when Willis was thrown to the. pave ment and sustained v a broken collar bone and other injuries. "-The 5 accident occurred on West Government street several days ago, Announcemet was made by the prosecution that a' suit would be brought against the packing company on behalf of Willis. Many witnesses were heard for. both sides fn the trial yesterday. COUGHED SO HE COULDN'T SLEEP. Bronchial coughs, tickling in throat and asthmatic spasms break, one's rest and weaken-one so that the, system is run down and serious sickness may result. Enos Halbert. Paoli, Ind., writes: -I had a severe cold this fall and coughed con tinually at night, could hardly sleep . The first bottle of Foley's Honey "and Tar re lieved me. entirely curing my cough." It covers irritated membranes with a- heal ing and soothing coating, loosens phlegm and clears air passages. Sold everywhere. Adv. OBITUARY MRS.. ROSA HAMILTON. Mrs. Rosa Hamilton, of Molino, ex pired yesterday of influent at .the Pensacola Hospital, aged . seventy three ; years. The funeral arrange ments will be announced later." If you are suffering fixxn skin trouble and have fried various treatments with out success don't be discouraged, Ointment and Resino S-ap brinr speedy relief from eczema and other itching or embarrassing eruptions, and j usually succeed , in making the skin : clear and healthy again. Your drvsxist carries Retinal Oiatatat a4 1 Rcaiaol Soap. Tty tkem ! WDtiGire Sahe OCies tto QDIirae fljbTAUMKT The ladies like to eat here be cause of the charm and re finement they find on every hand., Dishes do not rattle and get on their nerves. No under or over seasoned food; no greasy . cooking. And every article is the best ob tainable. Service all you would ask even in the best reg ulated home. SAN CARLOS CAFE The Huarni His Mark! There is a plain fact that every Amer ican business man must face. This war is not a dollar war. It is a war for justice, for truth, for right, and for human de cency. Its financial aspects are minor aspects when mea sured against terms of fiuman suffering and bloodshed. But still the question must' be asked and must be answtrcd by American men: "Shalfthe German mark conquer the Amer ican dollar?" What the Dollar Stands For The American dollar stands for a business world of square dealing, ol equal opportunity to all people, of free commercial intercourse all over the world. . You krAQtw what the German mark stands for a commercial system as an active instrument of foul plotting, espionage, and Prussian propaganda. ist Your Dollars Everymerican dollar must be enlisted in the great army that is now being mobilized againsfT the Potsdam autocracy the great army of the Fourth Liberty Loan. Enlist your dollars to win a" world in which fair dealing and an equal opportunity for all shall be the guiding principles. Buy all the Liberty Bonds you can. ; Every bond you buy safeguards your home your business all you possess, and all you hope to have. Buy Liberty Bonds! :; Buy as you feel! :: Buy to your limit! This Space Contributed to Winning the War by Swift & Company t I, i - V I I E aa ht i if- Sor IS- rirt lit po- 'as t: iri IS. i. r ,ial. - - i ,1 a isror lll- r i j i: k J i . 4