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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1918
people s' Eveets
Telephone 3810 a. m. to 8 p. m.
RECIPE FOR A HAPPY LIFE
jY.ree ounces are necessary, first of
rotionce,
,-,f repose and peace; of con-
i lie"
science
A youncl entire ia needful;
of pastimes of all sort?, too,
jnrciM l-,e gathered as much aS the
hand can hold;
of pieaant memory and hope three
go-.iti drachms
Thne must be at least. But they
should moistened be
a liquor made from true pleas-
urep which rejoice the heart.
Then of love's magic drops a few
f,r. use them sparingly, for they may
brni?: a flame
XThich naught but tear can drown.
Grind Hie whole and mix therewith
nf merriment an ounce
-r0 even. Yet all this may not bring
happiness
Except in your Orisons you lift your
voice
To him who holds the sift of health.
Written by Margaret of Navarre in
15.
HAVE ARRIVED TO
SPEND WINTER HERE
Mrs. F. A. Brink's parents, Mr. and
Vrs. J. O Boyles, arrived Thursday
from Yankton, South Dakota, to
-pon'i the winter in Pensacola with
Pr. an I Mrs. Brink at their hofe, 1212
East Lee street.
ASTHMA
Instantly believed with '
CR HOMY REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUGGIST
AERONAUTIC DANCES AT ,
SAN CARLOS TO BE RESUMED
The first Aeronautic dance to be held
since the epidemic of influenza, will be
at the San Carlos MondAv
,S o'clock instead of this eveningr as
me regulations adopted by the clvi.
and military health authorities will be
in effect until Sunday morning'. After
this week they will be held as formerly
every Saturday evenin.
New invitations for the fall season
have been issued the ladles, and these
delightful weekly dances with which
the Aeronautic Dancinar C!lnV pnter-
iain for the officers, student officers
and their civilian friends, and which
have proved such pleasant diversions
for society during the summer months
will be especially enjoyable social fea
tures of the coming season.
The Naval Air Station orchestra un
der the direction of O'Brien Motta,
will furnish the music for the dance
Monday evening.
JUDGE JONES ...J-;ti
RETURNS TODAY
Judge C. Moreno Jones returns
home today from Asheville, N. C
where he has been spending the past
two weeks with Mr. Jones, who is
spending several months in Asheville.
MR. KELLY
IMPROVING
William Kelly is somewhat improv
ed after having been very ill' for two
weeks at the home of his daughter,
Mr.s W. E. Wright, 22 West La Rua
street.
MRS REESE
ILL
Mrs. J. S. Reese, 701 North Palafox
street ,is confined to her home where
she is quite ill.
CHIEF PETTY OFFICER AND MRS.
PERRY ENTERTAIN HALLOWE'EN
NIGHT
Charming originality characterized
the unusually enjoyable affair with
Which Chief Petty Offloen and Mrs
Elmer S. Perry, 525 West Lee st?eet,
who arrived in the city a short time
ago from New York City, entertained
some friends with on "Hallowe'en night
in-an atfosphere suggestive of sur
prise and mysteriousness created by
Hallowe'en decorations of black cats,
witches, pumpkins with candles, etc.
Fall flowers, palms and ferns used in
profusion gave a delightful woodland
effect.
Various games, dancing and music
were enjoyed, and delicious refresh
ments of cake and stterbert carried
out in the llaliowe'en colors were
served, the table being prettily ar
ranged with a large pumpkin and
lighted candles as a centerpiece and
little black witches as place cards.
Vocal and instrumental selections
by Miss Mary Boylan and Mrs. Jessie
Fwofford were much enjoyed during
the evening.
Theguests enjoying this eharminsr
courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Lester!
Duniftp, Mrs. Dunlap, Sr., Miss Mary
Boylan, Chief Petty Officer and Mrs.
Jessie Fwofford, Mr. and Mrs. L. I
Bishop and the host and hostess.
MISS FRENKLE
RECOVERED
Miss Clara Frenkle. who was ill
with an attack of influenza, has en
tirely recovered and is able to resume
her duties at the San Carlos.
MR. BICKER ARRIVED
OVERSEAS
News of the safe arrival overseas !
of A. R. Bicker. U. S. A., has been re- 1
ceived by his sister. Miss Mamie
Bicker.
We Take Professional Pride
in Our Prescription
Service
Prescriptions are not filled
her in a matter-of-fact way.
The doctor's prescription is given
the CLOSEST SCRUTINY ana
every drug spectned' 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 nurse
about our reputation.
When there's sickness In ;-our
family always bring your pre
scriptions to us.
Prescription Specialists
Balkcomni
: Drug Co.
in Prescription Store.
Phones 19123.
JOHN CARO
ARRIVED OVERSEAS
News of the safe arrival overseas
of John W. Caro, 123 United States
Medical Corps, has been received by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John II.
Caro, 1620 North 16th avenue.
MR. SIMPSON
LEFT LAST NIGHT
j Chief Machinist Charles L. Simo-
son, L. S. IV, who is stationed on a T, .
S. destroyer, returned lo Chalres
ton, S. C, last night after enjoying
a short furlough in the city as the
gue?t of his father. Captain R. Simp
son and sister, Mrs. T. Fritch, 508
West Gregory street.
LT. DUNCAN ARRIVES
I i r nrtiiuc j
Friends of Lt. J. R. Duncan will b ;
interested to learn of his safe arrival
overseas, a wire having been received j
yesterday by his mother, Mrs. W. T. i
Duncan, announcing that he had
reached a rort in France.
Sleep and Rest.
One of the most common causes of
insomania and restlessness is indiges
tion. Take one of Chamberlain's Tab
lets immediately after supper and see
if you do not rest better and sleep
better. They only cost a quarter. adv
DOCTORS LEWIS AND GROVES
RECOVERED FROM ILLNESS
Doctors M. M. Groves and H. Lewis
of the Tensaeola Naval Air Station,
who have been ill with influenza at
the home of Mrs. J. M. Hilliard, 423
West Gregory street, have recovered
and are able to resume their duties.
Put in your order to
day for a
Stone's
Rich
Fruit
Cake
1, 2 and 4 lb. pack
ages 65c per lb
y tfmft jM-Tjj
1720 Phones 1721
SPENDING SEVERAL DAYS
IN MONTGOMERY
Mrs. Miles J. Tierney, who is visit
ing her with her mother, Mrs. M. IT.
Sullivan, lOff West Gregory street,
left last night for Montgomery where
seh will spend a few days With her
husband. Captain Tierney, U. S. A.,
of the Medical Reserve Corps, who i.-s
at present stationed at Camp Sheri
dan. MR. AND MRS. LITTLE
ARRiyED YESTERDAY
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Little, who have
been visiting with their daughter, Mrs.
J. J. Street, at her home in Anniston,
ATa, for the past four months, arrived
in the city yesterday afternoon to
spend some time with their son, Mr.
Victor J. Little and family, 1101 East
Gadesden street. Mr. and Mrs. Little
are being cordially greeted by their
friends.
RELEASED FROM
GERMAN PRISON
Trust Your Complexion
To Cnticiira Soap
If sirns of nimnies. redness or
c-, - i . . f , -
roughness appear touch them with
Cuticura Ointment before bathing
with Soan. Nothing niircr. sweeter
. ry I -
or more speedily effective to clear
the complexion and keep it clear.
SaaspL lut Tnm by K1I. AMnx post ri.
Orticnr. Beet, til mtm KA .n.b,n
Sop 2mv Ointmeat&snitS'V;. Tlow 2fxv
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We have jnst received from the country's leading: arbiters
of fur styles a shipment of -the season's most beautiful furs.
This shipment includes Neck Pieces, Muffs, Stoles and Pull
Sets here you will find such popular furs as, wolf, mink, i J?
squirrel, lynx and o'possnrn.
ALL WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE TODAY
The dressy woman who "takes time by the forelock" and
wants to know for a certainty the tendency of fashion in furs,
will find here her heart's desire these furs will be on display
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but a short time, so do not lose this opportunity of making:
your selection of furs from the finest collection of "high grade
furs" that has ever been shown in PAnsarnla Pri
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"riio-h frrarlf furs" raner frnm
$25.00 to $150.00
11 SOUTH
PALAFOX
STREET
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11 SOUTH
PALAFOX
STREET
MANAGER HANLON
OFFERS PLAN ON
SHIPYARD LINES
That Bay Shore cars will np run from
the Ptns.u-ola Shipbuilding plant di
rectly to various parts of the eily over
flic I0at Hill, North Hill and Bolt Lino
tracks without transfer of employes
and for the original fare, seems lik;
ly to lo the solution of the street car
troubles.
Manager IlanJon suggested the plan
which will limit the. number of pass
engers per car and make no stops be
tween the yard and the city. This wilt
allow cars to make the trip in 12
minutes, Mr. Ilanlon says and prob
ably enable the road to handle the
traffic without additional equipment.
Ilov.cxcr, ifb suggestion has been re
ten ed by Mayor Sanders for the city
commissioners to act upon of any pro
pe.se! change in the schedules. It is
understood "that employes of the ship
plant hitvo signified their approval of
the plan. j
JAMES MARCH.
Bc-iatives in Pensacola received news
vesitvday of the death of James
March, in Jacksonville. Mr. March,
who forrnei ly made his home bore, has
many relatives and friends in tin's sec
tion, lie is immediately survived by
his mother, Mrs. M. K. Thorn, and five
fosters.
'"neral announcement will bemade
later. ' '
Carl Liebknecht, noted so
cialist released from prison, is
idolized by his followers. He is
likely to be a big figure in any
revolutionary movements in Germany.
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Good complexions
make lasting impressions
Resimol
Ointment tends to keep your skin
clear, smooth and beautiful. It also
helps to postpone the appearance of a jre
that every woman dreads. Its gentle
ingredients cause it to relieve itching
promptly and it usually succeeds in
clearing away discolorations, unsightly
blotches and other embarrassing skin
eruptions.
Jntivtixtx at alt dealer.
CONFESSION LEADS
TO YOUTH'S TRIAL
Clifton Hobby, aged 19 years, of Mo
lino, confessed to officers at the
county jail yesterday that he and Burl
Norwood shared In the money taken
from J. Cofield of Molino who was
robbed while en route to Pensacola
several days ago. Norwood was ar
rested on the charge when the theft
was reported and was held until his
confession that Hobby shared in the
deal. A charge has been made
against Hobby for the theft and Nor
wood was ordered held for trial in
the court of record.
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip,
enclose with 5c and mail it to Folev & Co.
2S35 Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, III", 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: Folev Kidney
Pills, for pain in sides and back; rheu
matism, backache, kidney and bladder ail
ments: and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a
wholesome and thoroughly cleansine ca
thartic, for constipation, biliousness, head-
acne ana siuggisn Dowels. Sold every
where. adv.
Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's
Tablets.
"I am thankful for the good I have
received by using Chamberlain's Tab
lets. About two years ago when I be
gan taking them I wa suffering .1
great deal from distress after eating,
8nd from headache and a tired, lan
guid feeling due to indigestion and a
torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tablet9
corrected these disorders in a short
time, and since taking two bottles of
them my health had been good," writes
Mrs. M. P. Harwood, Aubufn, N. Y.
Adv.
SUBSCRIBE rOR THE JOURNAL.
NAME FIVE FOR
FARM CONGRESS
Five Penpacolians have been Invitcl
by Mayor Sanders to attend tha Farm
ers' National Congress In JaoksonviH)
as representatives of Pensaoola. Th;
committee was named at the invita
tion of the secretary of the eongrs
and with the approval of the city com
missioners. Those who have been in
vited to attend are J. D. C. Newton,
Walker Willis, E. Kaselach, W. It..
Fulford and P. K. Yonge, t
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promptly fill all Oculists' Prescrip
tions. We have to our credit eleven
years successful experience to back
up our Optical Department.
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Jeweler Optician
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