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THE PENSACOTA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 10187
I Peoplle i j TeJephonc 3810 ONE LITTLE HOUR (By Edmund Vance Cooke) nje little hour of birth, a hush to rest, on a warm white breast, Anrj a light in a loving eye 'ide-eyed wonder at all the earth; pre little hour of birth. , Cns little hour of life, jlultiphed by a thousand fold, r,i the hopes and fears and the joys and tears. And the struggle for bread and gold. One Ion sr wonder at all the strife; One little hour of life. One little hour o? death And the sweep and scope of a faith or hr-pe, And the peace of a Ions, Ion? rest And thf wonder dumb for the lack of breath; , s One little hour of death MISS SIMPSON HOME ''"H i FURLOUGH Miss Florence Simpson, after being absent for some time has returned to the city on a. furlough which she will jnjoy as the truest of her sister, Mrs. Theodore Fritch, 508 West Gregory street. Miss Simpson has for some time past been employed as chief surgical n'irsf at the Alexandria -Hospital" but is now attached, to the Ked Cros3 t'nit. She has just recovered after be in? critically ill with influenza at Camp Beauregard, La. Miss Simpson is being extended a most cordial wel come home , from her numerous friends. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON Mr. and Mrs. V. F. No a, flS North Eighth avenue, announce the birth of a son. Thursday, October 10., who will bear the name of Hugh. LEFT FOR --"wrr-i : ASHEVILLE Judge C. Moreno Jones has left for Asheville, where he will Join Mrs.. .Tones, who is 111 with Spanish influ enza, and whose friends hope to soon hear is convalescent. M 1 INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH 4 W7R CR HOHSY REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUGGIST MEYER SHOE CO. Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store Palafox and Romana Sts. MANICURING. HAVE TOUR MANICURING. Sham- pooirc. Massaging and Chiropody dnno at the AMERICAN BEAUTY SHOP, Blount building. Telephone, fl. Residence phone, 1S39. NEW ARRIVAL An Epicurean De light This is the first shipment we have received this season. Don't miss this treat! 1"20 Phones 1721 nSCT CTB C3i E9k JTW3 r? Salted Mullet Roe Ifavterit . a. m. to 8 p. rh. CONFINED BY ILLNESS Among those who are confined" by illness are: Mrs. w. A. Rawls, Jr., and little son, Billy, and Mr. B. F. Hecker at the home of Mrs. M. Mc Donald. 4 East Gregory street. Mr. J. C. Green, 118 West Gonzalez street, is ill with Spanish influenza, Mr. Walter Vaughn,, manager of the Southern States Lumber Company, is quite ill with influenza at his home in Muscogee, Fla. Miss Beulah Van Metre and Masters Scott and Frank Van Metre are con fined to their homes, 1120 Xorth Ninth avenue, with Spanish influenza. CONVALESCENT FROM ILLNESS Among those who are now conva lescent after being-ill, are: Mrs. Geo Mixon. Miss Lillian McDonsald, Dr. and Mrs. Spencer and sons, Herbert and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Ship ley Campbell, at the residence of Mrs. M. McDonald, 4 Bast Gregory street. Mrs. A. E. McDavid and Mr. J. C. Alexander and daughter, Annie Claire, are recovering after being quite ill at their home, 18 West Greg ory street. Miss Elizabeth Aiken, who has been confined to her home, 720 North Pal afox street, with Influenza, has now entirely recovered. Thomas C. and Brent Watson, the bright young sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson, 421 Xorth Palafox sfreet, are now convalescent after a recent Illness. Mrs. G. T. Cooper, who has been very ill with Influenza at her home on Little Bayou is now convalescent to the delight of her friends. Mrs. M. A. Burns and daughters, Gertie and Zella, who have been con fined to their home. 716 West Garden street, with Spanish influenza, their friends are glad to know have entire ly recovered. Miss Annie Langley, 716 West Gar? den, is now convalescent after being ill with Spanish Influenza, ferson, Leon, Gadsdenfl Wakulla and Cyril Burgoyne, sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burgoyne, 236 West Garden street are now convalescent after be ing ill with Spanish influenza. PAYSEAU-BOOSKE WEDDING Mr. Vernon Payseau, formerly of Columbia, S.....C, and Miss Ruby Booske, were quietly united In mar riage Saturday, October 5. Dr. E. G. Earnest performed the ceremony. The bride wore a midnight blue traveling suit with picture hat and ac cessories to match. A large corsage bouquet of American Beauty roses completed her toilette. The groom's sister. Miss Harriett Payseau and Mr. H. Dixon were the only attendants. After the ceremony the bridal party were entertained with a. beautifully appointed dinner by Mrs. G. E. Mes slc and Mrs. John Vail. The couple will make their home at Catherine Court, Macon, Ga. ROBERT YATES ILL AT HOSPITAL Friends here regret to know that news has been received of the illness of Robert J. Yates, in the Ellington Fields hospital, Houston. Texas. Mr. Yates is stationed there in the Army Aviation corps. 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief ELL-AES3S FOR INDIGESTION We Take Professional Pride in Our Prescription Service Prescriptions are not filled here 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 to this important work conscientious effort, expert skill and ripe experience. Ask your physician or your nursa about our reputation. When there's sickness in your family always bring your pre scriptions to us. Prescription Specialists Balkconni Dring' Co. Prescription Store, -hsnes 19 123. lies to bDine 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 ulatecLhomc SAN CARLOS CAFE A FRENCH SPY Oil r far &c ' Mile. Mistinguetti one of the favorite revue act resses of Paris, assisted the French government as a counter-spy ;m investigating" the actions of M. Malvy, former cabinet member, who was recently tried and banished from France. MR. AND MRS. GOODYEAR IN NEW YORK Mr. Frank GooIyear left this' week for Buffalo, N. Y7 under government orders. He wasaccompanied by Mrs. Goodyear, who will remain there for some time asthe guest of relatives and friends. MISS McDAVID VISITING WITH RELATIVES Miss Irma McDavid has arrived in the city from San Antonio, Texas, to spend several weeks visiting as the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. G. Mc David and other relatives. Miss Mc David has -numerous friends here by whom she 1s being extended a very cordial welcome, during her visit. MISS COOPER RECOVERING FROM ILLNESS Friends of Miss Ethel Cooper who is a yeomanette at the Naval Air Station, will be glad to learn that she is now convalescent from a recent at tack of influenza, at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Cooper, on Little Bayou. LEAVES TODAY FOR ARKANSAS Mrs.' C. M. Covington will leave to day for Hot- Springs, Ark., expecting to be absent from the ety for several months. Before returning she will also visit for some time in different points in Virginia and South Flori da. WILL DRAFT 14 FOR BARRANCAS OCT. 21 The local exemption board has re ceived the first call for selected men since the early October calls were cancelled by order of 1-ovost Marshal General Crowder because of influen za. Fourteen men are to be called for service and to entrain from PenSa cola during the five days beginning October 21. The men are to be sent to Fort Barrancas for training instead of to a distant camp. There are 55 men called from West Florida counties in the new order, which was received by Chairman L: Hilton-Green yesterday afternoon. These men are to come from registrations previous to the listing of last month. Gcming of The SgnSeaia Hox to Avot3 Those Peins and Dintrets Which mo Many Mothers K&ve Suffered. J Too much cannot be said for a wonder ful preparation, familiar to many women as MoUier's Friend. It is more effective in its action than all the health rules ever laid down for the guidanco of expectant mothers. It is an external application that spreads Its in fluence upon the cords, tendons and mus cles of the abdomen, rendering them pli ant, and they expand gracefully without that peculiar wrenching strain. The occasion is. therefore, one of un bounded Joyful anticipation and too much stress cannot be laid upon the remark able influence . which "a mother's happy prenatal disposition has upon the health and fortunes of the generations to come. The pain at the crisis is Infinitely less when Mother's Friend Is used during the period of expectancy for the muscles ex pand easier and with less strain when baby is born. Mother's Friend for external use only. is entirely safe and may be had of your druggist. It is prepared by the Bradfleld Regulator Co., D-273 Lamar Bldg.. At lanta, Ga Write them to mail you their interesting "Motherhood Book.' They will send it at once, without charge, and you will find it very helpful. Do not neglect for a single night and morning to apply Mother's Friend according to directions around the bottle, and thus fortify yourself against pain and discom fort" -adv. 9 ! GOVERNOR APPOINTS STITEDELEGATESTfl FARMER CONGRESS Tallahassee, Oct. 11. (Special) To lay. Governor Catts appointed the fol lowing delegates to attend the Farm ers' National Congress, which will con vene in Jacksonviie, December 3, 4 and 5: J. C. DeBevoise Jacksonville. Jeff W. Marion South. Jacksonville. C. B. McRae Baldwin. H. H. Simmons Jacksonville. B. J, Skinner Jacksonville. C. P. Barber Maclenney. Captain V. J. Hillman Live Oak. G. L. Dorman Live Oak. A. B. Lowe Davis. George S. Blount Pompano. L I. Moody Bunnell. W. Z. Brown Fort Lauderdale. J. M. Burguieres West Palm Beach. ' W. T. Wicker Coleman, Florida. C. E. Ingalls Halledale. F. L. Neville Dania-w R. E. McLaughlin Fort Drum. Alex Thompson Bassenger. Robert Upthegrove Utopia. According to the live stock sanitary board, this is the season of the year when hog cholera is most prevalent. Hog raisers are requested to report the lirst evidence of this disease to Dr. L. E. Lyons, Tallahassee, of the state live stock sanitary board, Tallahassee, w-ho will send 'a state or federal repre sentative to take charge of the wort. Tli is co-operation, on the part of the farmers, will reduce hog losses to a minimum and will make hog raising the safest of industries. During the month of July, the state. H'1" era i ."'" Practicing veterinarians ovc! the state vaccinated 9.309 hogs. fli is is considered a good report, but the number, it is hoped, will be more than doubled during the montn or October. The service of the state and federal veterinarians is free. The only cost to the farmers for having their herds treated is for the serum; or the se rum and virus which may be purchas ed at a nominal price.y THUEE YOUNG MEN DIE FROM INFLUENZA AT STATE CAPITAL Tallahassee, October It. (Special) Tallahassee is in deep gloom today, on account of the death )f three of its prominent young men, during the past twenty-four hours; all victims of pneu monla resulting from influenza. Jack Rent died at the Leon HoteL after an.ilness of little more than a week. He is survived by his young widow and one."' little -daughter. His remains were carried today to his oJd home, Bartow, Georgia, for interment. William Parrish ' Byrd," eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Byrd, died in Jack sonville, after an illness of less than a week. His death is especially sad, for he was rapidly becoming one of the most progressive and prosperous busi ness men of that city. His remains reached Tallahassee Thursday night, and interment was made in the family cemetery Friday afternoon. . Jack Davis died at the home of his mother on East Tennessee street. He became ill in Pensacola, where he was employed by the government, and coming home for, treatment, h. gradu ally grew- worse until his death. Fun eral services were conducted andinter ment made this afternoon. A Beautiful Woman Do you know that a beautiful wo man always has a-good digestion? If your digestion is -faulty,. eat lightly of meat and take an occasional dose ef Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25o. Adv. OfllTISH PJ1WI0D5 PLANTS POODUGIHG 12,000 TOOS DAILY London, Oct. 11. CoL Winston Spencer Churchill, Minister of Muni tions, speaking at Leeds today. Said that the output of-shells in British munition plants is now 12,000 tons daily. He remarked that preparations must e made for continuing the war on a still larger scale and with still larger resources through 1919. "We are dealing with a crafty ene my who Is still in possession of enor mous resources." he said. "Even if he evacuates France and Belgium, that will not assure the acceptance of our Indispensable terms, for he can then stand on his own strongly fortified frotier. We must therefore not slack en our output of munitions, as it will be necessary for France and England to supply a portion of arms and equip ment for the Amerioanforces. "The Americans have made a most generous effort. They are ending men to Europe far in advance of the development of our own great muni tions program. , "We have .undertaken to supply many hundreds of guns of different calibres, including some of the most important type, to the American ar my. Therefore our exertions must be continuous if we are to make good our promises to those- who are hurrying across the Atlantic to our aid. With out this equipment wre cannot have the assistance of those valiant Amen, can ttoops who will be wanted to triks the final blow If the war should last into next summer. GERMAN PEOPLE AWAITED WILSON'S ANSWER WITH FEVERISH INTEREST , Paris, Oct. 10. German newspapers received in Switzerland indicate with what feverish intesity Berlin awaited the President's reply to the Central Powers' peace proposals, according to a Berne dispatch to The Temps. The crowds could not conceal their joy when a rumor was circulated that an armistice was agreed upon. TOOK OUT DREADFUL SORENESS. When the kidneys are Weakened or overworked so that'Oiey fail to filter sn4 throw all impurities out of the blood, the poison remains in the system, and back ache, soreness, lameness and rheumatic pains are likely to develop. Mrs. David Henry, 65 S. Lincoln Ave., Washington. N. J.. writes: "Foley Kidney Pills are do ing me much good, both my kidneys and the rheumatism. They took all the dread ful soreness out of my limbs. Sold everywhere. Adv. , SaveRfe md Shells foilhk Sam Charcoal, made from tltem. used iit gas masks, will save many lives of our soldiers "Ovc: there PMOTO TfSKEJsl NEAR. CHftTEAlTHIEK,i AM E. R.1 CirN ADVAHCiNC THROUGH A. CA-FU-UED TOWN n i-s KtftDT TO ' ' WTTH9TAND V. 8. Tooi AAninlctratlea. Don't Let Your Boy or Your Neighbor's Boy Die on Noj Man's Land for Lack of a Gas Mask, With the Proper Carbon in It. An opportunity for anyone and everyone to do war work. Is now ffered by til government. Taw opportunity l the navlng of the Pits . of certain fruit and the nelis ot fertaln out, which are to r. used in We making of Recep taciea for receiving the pita and shells will tee placed i every city and town, at centrally located polnta. Uncle Sato wanta jru all to aave the pit of peaches, prunes, plum, tprtcota. Ollvea. cherriea. and dates, and the shells of Brazil nuta hickory auta. walnuts and biitternuta. These must be. cleaned and dried Before being turned In. ' " ' vi.wn, t mrbsii made from tneae pita anrt eheils ha an abaorp Un value eyfid anything else TIIIU LINE OF ALLIES USSIA HOLDING AGIST OOLSHI V . -. '.'.::..". Vag-a, Northern Russia, Oct. 11. Villages . behind the RuSBolAlUed lines are full of youn peasants too disinterested In the fighting to enlist. From all northern Russia,, however, other young men, principally former officers, permit no obstacle to pre vent their joining the new army. ThlsHype of man is filled with en thusiasm for the new Russia, but the people of many villages callously meet the plea to enlist. In many villages almost unanimous sentiment against the ..Bolshevik! haVi been found by the correspondent. He has also found that the epople hate Germany and appreciate the aid that is being given by the allies. The peasants .re wining to fight the Bol sheviki in the vicinityf their own villages but not elsevahere. A group of young men in one village naively explained that they were; "neutral." Another village group would enlist if all were mobilized, but 'Why should Ivan fight while Peter sits at homo by the stove keeping warm, they said. Steps are under way to bring about a mobilization to educate these peas ants to the necessity of forming an army. "It is by no means a hopeless task" an officer working among the peasants told the correspondent "but it takes time. In the meanwhile the thin line of the allies and Russian voluuteers are holding a territory larger than France and Germany combined against superior ' numbers of Bolshevik! troops. The story of one company of forrri- : er Russian officers, many of whom N 0 Yes; S. S. S. Is Purely Vegetable Nature's Safe Blood Treatment Scientists have discovered thai the forest and the field are abundant ly supplied with vegetation of vari ous kinds that furnish the ingredi ents for making a remedy for prac tically every ill and ailment of man kind. Medicines made from roots, herbs, and barks, which Nature has placed at the disposal of man, are bet ter than strong mineral mixtures and concoctions. Mineral medicines work dangerously cn the delicate parts of the system, especially the stomach and bowels, by eating out the lining mem brane,, producing chronic dyspepsia and often entirely ruining the health. S. S. S. is made entirely of gentle- rinn nf rterm a n made nolson gases, the leaa danger to the American eol 'dier who encounter them. I Torn hundred OftflCh Dlta r eeven pounds of nut ah ells, will supply car bon for one mask. Make thla your Inm-ium taak. Having saved oiirh for one mask, keeo on for k eetsond, a third, and then keep oa. I Itnlrori ennfectlunera. wholesale Wod retail druggist, reatauraut keep jer, fruit sellers, hotel proprietor! jin fact every aource from which ma terial for the masks can be got. haa been lined up by the Government. jit only remaina for the mlliiona of Lmencan names to join in m5 Good carbon can re mane irom the shells --of cocoanute. but the shortage of ship render their I y--! HA vPot or Percolator x TpiateveryourfavDritemethod of making coffee you can get Mouse in the proper form whole," ground (steel cut), pulver ized. All the same always the same. CHECK-nCAL COFFEE CO. XashvHis. Houston, JsckscflviHe, feiohmontf are now privates, rivals that of the French foreign region, Nearly half of them escaped through the Holfneviht lines to enlist. Two of them, once captains, arrived recently. They fled from Moscow late in August, when threatened kith dead by the -Bolshevik!. They secured bogus papers and reached a point near Volgoda. Then l hey . walked 200 miles through the pwamps and forests to the allied lines. The majority of this company receiv ed highest decorations from the form er emperor for their bravery in the lighting against the Germans. They have stripped these from their unir forms and are pledged to wear no decorations until Russia is redeemed. They have been, at their own request, in tho forefront of nearly all the fighting along the Divina. acting, healing purifying, roots,, herbs and barks, possessing proper ties that build up all parts of the sys-i tern. In addition to removing all im purities and poisons from the blood. S. t. S. is a safe treatment for Rheu matism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores andi Ulcers. Skin Diseases, Blood Poison, and all disorders of the blood. It cleanses the entire system, and it's1! permanent. Get S. S. S. at any druff store today. It Is a standard remedy recognized everywhere, as the greatest j blood antidote ever discovered. IC yours is a peculiar cas write to Medi cal Director, 442 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. -A UM17ELL transportation from the tropic difficult. The Food .Adminlat ration requested baker to use coceanul as much a possible so a to stimulate their Importation, but with Tewer ship this makes a complicated prob lem at the beat. So the call has been sent out for the men and women ef the nation to make the effort and take the trou ble to" supply the innnitely better material, already in this country. Housekeepers can either deposit their accumulations of shells and pit In some public receptacle, or can give their offeringa to the local Red Cross Chapter, which wUl iWP them to the Gas Defense Division of the Chemical .War Service of Armyw- i f;. i : i.'i i "