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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To Insure publication society news should reach the Journal office not lster than 6 p. m. All communications should be signed, not for public ation but as -. guarantee oi good faith. WITT-K1-LLY WEDDING AT MARIAN N A. Marianna, Fla., June 12. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelly was the scene of -i beautiful wedding Wednes day morning when their daughter. Miss XeH Kelly, became the bride of Sherman B. "Witt. The home was beautifully decorated with ferns and emilax an a background for masses of ehasta daisies and hydrangea. Dr. H. H. McNeill, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated in a most impressive manner. Mrs. W. D. Clifford presided at the piano and Mrs. William Faulk sang "At Dawn ing," by Charles Wakefield Cadman, and "Holy Spirit Breathe of Love, ' by J. Lamon Gailbraith. To thc strains of MendeisSohns wedding inarch the bride and groom entered the drawing room unattended, except for little Dorothy Garrett, who was very attractive in a white lace frock and who carried the ring in a bride's rose. The bride was becomingly gowned in a dust colored suit, embroidered and trimir.ed in blue, with hat and. ac cessories to match, and her bouquet was sweet peas. After the ceremony an informal re ception was held. Assisting in enter taining the guests were: Mesdames Lucien Watson, W. R. Capel, A. F. Davis, Milton Smith. J. A. Ormoiut, and Miss Amelia Watson. Later Mr. Witt and his bride left for their wedding journey, which will Include Washington, Baltimore and Asheville. After a month they will return to Jacksonville and go to housekeepfng in their new home at 123 West 10th street, Springfield. Many handsome gifts were received by the young people, among them be ing a chett of silver from the bride's parents. The bride Is a most charm ing girl. She posses a gentle nature which has endeared her to a large circle of friends, whose best wishes for her happiness are coupled with the regret that her marriage will take her to another city to resldw. Mr. Witt Is a prominent official of the Seaboard raltroad, with head quarters ii Jacksonville. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. McRae, Talla hassee; Mr. L. D. McRae, Chlpley; Mrs. William Faulk, Chipley; Mrs. Norma Garrett, Pensacola; Miss Elva Witt, Jacksonville, and Mr. Russell MIckler, Tallahassee. COURSE IrOR HOME SERVICE WORKERS, A. R. C TO BE CONDUCTED AT EMORY UNIVERSITY. In accordance with the policy adopted by the Red Cross In Its peace program of affiliating its institutes for the training of home service work ers with various universities over the country, the southern division will conduct its first institute of this kind at Emory University. Atlanta, for three months, beginning June 25. The demand frcm local chapters for train ed social workers as executive secre taries of the home service Section is constant, and when chapters do not feel that trey can find suitable repre sentatives to send to the institutes SIMPLICITY Yes, but the kind of sim plicity that commands at tention by its exquisite re finement and its unques tioned air of sophistication. This is the kind of simplici ty which the best dressed woman prizes above all other qualities in her be longings. Come and see this an 3 other good new styles. MEYER SHOE CO. Pensat ola's Popular Shoe Store "T TTHHT 17 TT'TCJTI 1-lb. cans 2720 Pbcae 1731 CflfJDY for training, the division endeavors to assist by supplying trained workers. For this reason many applications have been received for entrance to the institute at Emory University from people, not chapter representatives, who wish to enter the field of home service and are willing to go where ever the division thinks it wise to send them at the completion of the course. Numerous applications for the course have already been received j and the choice of students is being j very carefully made, based on educa- j tional qualifications and experience, ! as only 24 students will be accepted, i One of the principal features of j this Institute will be a lecture courso i of 50 hours on the subject of rural social problems by Dr. Howard W. Odum, dean of Emory University. J After ten weeks in Atlanta, Including a minimum of 130 class periods, field work with families under the super- j vision of the local home service sec- 1 tion, individual and round table dis- I cussions and assigned reading, the students will be sent for two weeks of field work with home service sec tions near Atlanta to obtain practical j experience in community organlza- ; tion, office management and survey making. j All applications for entrance to thlj j institute should be made to Miss Helen Cinnamond, director of training courses, southern division, American Red Cross, Atlanta, Ga, SURPRISE PARTY. Miss Ruth Sweeney was deligntiul ly surprised Wednesday, when a num ber of her young friends gathered at her home, 206 East Zarragossa street, for the evening when dancing, games and music were enjoyed. Punch j was served all during the evening and at Its close a dainty Ice course. Guests who enjoyed the evening with Miss Sweeney were: Misses Nellie Hender son. Eunice Massey, Pet Maloney, Lillian White, Nellie Mervit, Mary Johnson, Helen Stokes, "atalie Blu mier, Pauline Sagarro, arie Waters, Willie Blumer, Lucius Bloodworth, Ed Bonifay, Toney Bruno, Ed Tor rents, Steve Preston, Lamar Serra, Earnest Madison, Basil Cox, Almond Payne Forest Green, of the United States navy. CARY-AMOS INVITATIONS RECEIVED. The following handsomely engraver: wedding Invitations have been receiv ed by friends: Mr. and- Mrs. J. L. Amos request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Blaiivin-J Gabriel to Mr. Armstead Dudley Cary, on Wednesday evening, June the eighteenth, nineteen hundred and nineteen, at eight-thirty o'clock, St. Michael's Rectory, Pensacola, Florida. CAPTAIN RAWLS HOME FROM FRANCE. Captain William Rawls is being cordially welcomed home by friends, he having arrived yesterday morning after 13 months overseas service. Coming over on the U. S. transport "Pocahontas." landing at Newport News on June 1st. He arrived in Pensacola from Camp Lee, Virginia, on a 30 day's leave of absence and "ONLY A MIRACLE FROMABOVE COULD H AVE DONE MORE" This Gentleman, 76 Years Old, Declares. That Dreco Has Been a Blessing to Him Relieved Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism and Constipation. "I have received more benefits than I really expected by taking the new medicine Dreco. Only a miracle from above could have done more for me in so short a time." are the words of Mr. W. T. Sanders, residing at 723 Washington St., Montgomery, Ala., who Is a retired farmer. "I had rheumatism so bad tfiat when I stooped 'down I would have to take hold of something to puu up by. Now I can stoop and bend with out a pain, nor do I have to hold on to anything. . I used to have to get up six or eight times during the 'night, but now the very most is twice during the night. My constipation is all gone, and also the indigestion, which gave me so much trouble. I haven't had one spell of heartburn since I took Dreco, neither have I had a dizzy spell. "I Used to be so dizzy arid nervous that should I be walking down the street and some big noise, was mine behind me, I would have to stop and turn around gradually, otherwise I would plunge headlong into the street, but all that is gone since taking Dreco. "I strongly recomruend this great medicine for. it has -done me worms of good." For sluggish liven, weak kidneys, constipated bowels and dernSeu stomachs. Dreco h:j given great relief in thousands of instances. The action of Dreco is pleasant and prompt and the benefits lasting. As a tonic for old persons and. weak, tired women and children. Dreco has no equal. Mr. Stout, the well-known Dreco expert, has heajdquarters at the Balk com Drug Co.. to meet the local pub lic and explarn the merits of this great remedy See him today. Adv. pORCHEIMER' A FASHION SHOP The Store for Women SHOP TODAY BEFORE 1 P. M. WE CLOSE ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON During" the Summer. FR EE DANCE ROAD INN, ACROSS THE BAY DANCES 4 Nights Each Week 4 Saturday, Sunday, Wednseday, Friday Music by Good Jazz Orchestra Boats leave City Wharf, Palafox Street, daily at 2 :30 p. m. 7 :30 and 9 p. m., returning 11:30 p. m. CUT RATE DRUG STORE DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor 420 West Eelmont Street Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668 HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. "Only the Best" 212 South Palafox Streei Phone 846 "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" VA SAVES TIME fffj SAVES SQAP$y i awaiting his new assignment to duty. Among those who are warm.y welcoming him home is his little . daughter, "Billie." who arrived dur ing his absence. Captain Rawls reached France via England, in April, of last year, and Take World- Famous Baths at French Lick Springs 'T'HE baths at French Lick Springs are quite as celebrated as those of any European spa. In addition you can drink Pluto Water at its source. Pluto Water, America's physic, is prescribed by physicians every where for constipation, auto-intoxication, rheumatism, kidney trouble and nervous disorders. Besides ainin new health during your sojourn at French Lick, you can enjoy riding, motoring, &olfin&, ten nis and dancing at this resort in the heart of the Cumberland Hills. Rest Health Recreation A vacation at French Lick is a real invest ment. The perfect appointments, cusine and service of the magnificent fireproof hotel afford the ultimate in luxurious Comfort. Frpnrh T.1-V ic Cv via the Monon. Xr . . J 115 South Palafox saw service with the 3rd Division Reg ulars at Chauteau-Vhierry. He later served in France with the Headquar ters, Sixth Army Corps, after ivhion he served for six months with the rHE strong and vigorous man or woman is envied by less fortunate humanity afflicted with aches, pains, infirmities and ailments The sufferer says to himself, "If I could only be well, how happy I would be," for health is more essential to the joy of living than is wealth. The kidneys almost literally wash the blood ans! keep it clean end free from impurities. When the kidneys are out of order, they fail to fitter out this waste and pois onous matter. It remain In the system to cause backache, rheumatic pains, sore muscle and stiff joints. Ijelp the system eliminate this poisonous waste. They soothe, strengthen and heal sore, weak and diseased kidneys and bladder. When the kidneys arc working properly, appetite returns, refreshing sleep is possible, and health and strength come adain. G. W. Smith. 120S No. 4th St.. Salina. Kas.. writes: I am very much pleased with Foley Kidney Pills. I am working in a coal yard and have been very much troubled with my buck. I have taken several doses of Foley Kidney Pill and they have already helped me." Sold Everywhere. roar hon j i mm! H 1 T Tell The World This Woman Says That Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made Me a Well .Woman. Los Ansreles. Cal. "I suffered" with j female troubles for years, was sick most of the time, was not able to do bny own housework, and I could not get (help from doctors. I saw Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the newspa pers, and took six bottles, and am a well woman. You can use my name to tell the world t.h good your medicine has done me as I snail praise it always." Mrs. A. L. j DeVine, 647 St. Paul Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. Women who suffer from any form of weakness, as indicated by displace ments, inflammation, ulceration, irreg ularities, backache, headaches. ness or "the blues,". should do as Mrs. DeVine did, and give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. For over forty years this famous remedy, which contains the curative, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, has been correcting just such ailments. If you have mysterk us complications write for -idvice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine T Mice SSth Division. He was later assigned to the 352nd Infantry, which saw ser vice in the Alsace and Toul sectors. ENTHUSIASTip "CAMPER" AT SEAEiREEZE WRITES OF GOOD TIMES THERE. Camp Seabreeze, Santa Rosa Sound, June 12. 1.9. Dear Margaret: Did you hear anyone in Pensacola say that Camp Seabreeze was dull? Tell them to forget it, for there is nothing but excitement up here. Sunday we had the biggest crowd You Stop Coughing Yhon You Stop Tho Teckla Stops The Tickle Heals Thfr Throat Cures The Cough Price 33c. A. Free Box of Of ova's O-Pen-Tnato Salvo Opens the Pores and Penetrates! For Head Colds, Chest Colds and Croup, is enclosed with every bot tle of Hayes Healing Honay. Vou get the Cough Syrup and the Salve for one price, 35c Made, Recommended and Guaranteed to the Public by PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY Hanufaeh'rers of Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets ii drove's Tasteless Chili Tonic I i Si IMfr- I expect we had forty people Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shepard came up and with them Mrs. C. W. Lamar and daughter and a jolly bunch of girls. It Was a wonderful day. After a lovely dinner, we went over to the gulf in the launch and had the most delight ful swim. We came home a tired crowd and went to bed. I feel so. good; you know I came up here so tired- after that last case and now feel as though I could work forever. We get up when we want to and do as we please and to sum it all up, no one could desire more for a nice rest. I am so glad that you have planned to come to Seabreeze, for your vaca tion, for I am sure you will enjoy it. Lots of love to all the girls. Yours with love, L . P. S. Tell the girls to phorfe Msb. A. R. Beck, at the chamber of com merce, and make their reservations when they can come. LADIES OF OAK GROVE NO. 4, W. O. W. CIRCLE, ENTERTAIN WITrt BOX SOCIAL. The ladies of Oak Grove No. 4. W. O. W. Circle, will entertain with a box j social this evening: at 8 o'clock, at the W. O. W. hall, on West Garden street. An excellent musical program will be- carried out and dancing en joyed later in the evening. A cor dial invitation is extended to every one to attend and to bring a box with name on the inside. 8 a 5 Personal Mention Miss Alice P. Pritchard leaves to morrow for Tallahassee, Fla., to at tend the summer session of the Wom an's College. A wire from R. J. Brewton reports that he arrived in Oklahoma safely after being in a train wreck in Kan sas, and that he is having fine luck, another one of his wells having come in. The wire states that he has good news for Pensacolians when he re turns to , Pensacola, which will ba the first of next week. Leo A. Waters, of the War Camp Community Service, wishes to meet the children east of Palafox and south of Garden 'Streets, he Armory hall on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Eugene Palmer, who has been with the army of occupation in Germany, for some months and who received his discharge from Camp Jackson sev eral days ago, has arrived home on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Palmer, 521 East Zaragossa street. Mr. Palmer has served in the army for the past fourteen months. Mrs. C. W. Thacker and children ate spending a few weeks visiting in Cin cinnati. . The case of the Perfection Laumiry vs R. C. Merritt, which was taken under advisement Wednesday night by Judge C. Moreno Jones, was dis posed of by him yesterday when he announced that the application of the plaintiff for an injunction was denied. A fire started in a clothes closet at 805 W. Strong street, yesterday at 1:20 p. m., in a dwelling owned by the Fisher Agency and occupied by Mrs. Fuller, according to the records of the fire department. Mrs. Fuller's clothes were burned, but there was no damage to the building. Cleveland Henderson, , vice presi dent of the Marine Lumber company, of Mobile, spent yesterday in the city. M. J. Savelle, manager of the llin man LUmDr company, oi diuu . . Tii..r Springs, spent yesterday in Pensacola on business. Bennie Bernstein, better known as "Red," the well-known newsboy; O E. Larcora and Charlie i-eDro. tnree energetic young Pensacola men, are now in Detroit, Mich., on their tour throughout the United States. They expect to be in California in a few weeks. Their motto is to boost ren sacola from coast to coast. Friends of Mrs. J. R. Carroll, who recently underwent an operation at th Pensacola hospital, will oe.giaa to learn that she has returned to her home, 704 East Wright .street, where she is continuing to rapidly improve. W. B. Townley, U. S. A., of the Rainbow Division, just arrived from overseas, has returned to his home in Muscogee, after visiting for a short time in Pensacola as the guesi ot Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carroll and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.. Hecker. of Century, Fla.. stopped in Pensacola yesterday enroute on a motoring trip to Northern Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hinman. of Century, Fla., are spending about ten days in the city with friends before going to Rapids City, South Dakota, to, make their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L- Reinschmidt, three children and nurse, left yester day morning for Quitman, Ga, wnere they will spend several weeks visit ing as the guests of Mr. Reinscrmidt S parents. They are making the trip through Alabama and Georgia in their car. Mrs. E. L. Bush and little daughter. Harriett, of Lake Charles. La-, and Sergeant Ernest Carbine. U. S. A., who has recently returned to the uni ted States from overseas service and is now stationed at Mitchell Fields. Long Island. N. T.. and his chum. Sergeant Peter Scott, who is also sta tioned at Mitchell Fields, are welcome guests being entertained at the home of W I Carbine and family, on West Cervantes street. Miss Virginia Car bine, who has been attending school in Georgia, has also just arrived home for the summer vacation. k trade mark A Jsjj ' ' ' ii Wfl m ' The City of M d GOODRICH K 1 Goodrich, ii U r. Ktril ' U Proclamation Be it known to every - automobile owner and driver in the United States to - Goodrich Dealers that Good rich Safety Treads stand ready to deliver 6,000 miles. and Silver town Cords 8,000, under proper usage. I D That is. every SAFETY TREAD in use, and in a Goodrich Dealer's store, is underwritten to be adjusted at 6,000 miles and every SILVERTOWN CORD at 8,000 miles. That new adjustment Is based, upon what Goodrich knows its tires will . do and Goodrich knows from miles and milesof road testing that Goodrich Tires arethe strongest, the best, the -rubber industry has produced. They are so good that Goodrich increases its adjustment mileage to show its patrons they cannot afford not to share in their match less service and se curity. D a n D Buy Goodrich Tires from a Dealer ADJUSTMENT Fabrics 6,000 miles fg) Cords 8,000 miles DfflGH BEST IN THE muhiiiiu .s , jfn . w 'fr1 Mmm,? mm h pjpm jup