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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 14, 1919.
5 FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To Insure publication society news should reach the Journal office nM. lat;r than 6 n. m. All communications should be signed, not fur publication but as . guarantee o t good faith. EESHSaSEKSHag'aSlgS DAILY THOUGHT. W Fjrinlship Is an order of no bility; from its revelations we come riore worthily into na nature. Emerson. "ST E SONG OF THE CAMIONEERS. Rowdy with cheers, cursing at fears. Twelve hundred stout-hearted caml oneeis Served with the French, nothing could quench Their courige in carting up shells to the trench. So, fill the cup high and never say die, They sang on their camions trunder- ing ty! To hell with the Huns! Speed up the guns! We're bringing munitions, tons upon tns; ! What if w; croak? The line has not broke. Anyway, living is only a joke. So. fill the cup high and never say die. ' They sang on their camions thunder ing by! i i Meuse to the Somme, ranting they roam, Whatever the sector, they're always at home; Fighting lor Right, cursing with mishf. Carousing In camp until late in the night. Fill the cup high and never pay die. They sang on their camions thunder - ing by! DAVID DARRAH. Zn The Stars and Stripes. CAPTAIN PAUNACK, COMMANDER. OF CAPE MAY NAVAL. AIR STATION 5JAYS C-8 WILL NOT MAKE TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT. Cows received from Cape May, New Jersey, sayi that Captain Robert Rjj! Paunack, In command or tne Lape i.iy naval air utation. and who brought the navy dirigible C-8 on its non stop flight from Akron, Ohio, to Cape May on Tvesday, covering 765 mile in thirteen hours and ten minutes, said today the navy department has no intention to try for a trans-Atlantic flight with the C-8. and it will be kept here for patrol duty. Captain PaunacK is tne nusoana former Pen wicola girl. Mrs. Faunae.-.Q was before her marriage Miss Claire Blount, yovngest daughter of Judge and Mrs. A. C. Blount. Seasonable Delicacies at SAN CARLOS MAIN CAFE . Cantaloupe, Georgia . Peaches, Strawberries, 331ackberries.' Sweet Corn oh Cob, New Marrowfat Peas, ' Florida Celery. Lake Shrimp, River Shrimp, Soft Shell Crabs, Ponriapo, Blue Fish, Spanish Mackerel, Florida Lobster. Club Breakfasts' 35c up Luncheon 60c and 70c Dinner, table d'hote $1.00 Dinner, table d'hote deluxe, Satur iays and Sun days ............ $1.25 Dine in the cool environ ment of the "Oasis of West Florida," where cleanliness is paramount. "LITTLE FISH" BAG! 1-lb. cans dDc 2720 -Phones 17S1 BY RED CROSS ASSIST' GOVERN MENT IN DISTRIBUTION OF FARM BOOKS. The American Red Cross has been asked by the department of . interior to help make sure that every man discharged from the United States service has a copy of the booklet is sued by them, "Hey There! Do you want a home on a farm?' and If, thoroughly familiar with the plan of developing cooperative farm settle ments for discharged soldiers, sailor' and marines in all or nearly all of the states of the Union which, will be put :lnto effect immediately if congress takes favorable action on the soldiers' settlement legislation now before the special session. The plan, which has been under the consideration for some time, includes offering work in the reclamation of large tracts of unsued land in various parts r the country to every man who has been discharged from the service, at as good wages as he could make anywhere at the same kind of work, with the option of purchasing a farm at the completion of the work, mak ing Bmall payments over a long term of years. In almost every state in this coun try there aj-e large, tracts of land which need draining, clearing, irrigating or improving in some way before they can be brought to a high state of cul tivation, and the plans of the depart ment are concerned not only with this Improvement but also with the build ing of houses, barns, fences, roads, .creameries, cann-ies, warehouses, 'school and everyining that is need ed desirable living conditions so th-t the men .who buy the farms will not 'be faced with the usual hardships of country life. t The success of this plan will accom plish two things it will bring about the reclamation of large tracts of 'waste lajid, and it will give work and a home to all discharged men who really need it. BRIDGE PARTY. Mrs. R. H. Turner entertained with two tables of bridge one day this week in honor of Mrs. Halph Roberts, 'of Tennessee who is visiting as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. A. Moreno. Top score was made by Mrs. Roberts and Miss Mollie Brent. Mrs. Roberts (who before her marriage was Miss Patie Baker frmerly of Pensacola) returns home Monday. .FRENKEL. RIDDELL WEDDING IN MOBILE. 'An interesting ceremony took place June 11 at St. John's church. Rev. c Tucker omciating when the mar- riage of Miss Bessie Cleveland Rid dell, daughter of Mrs. L. P. Riddell to Mr. Edward Marx Frenkel, of Pensa cola, Fla' was solemnized. Miss Ridlell had for her attendants her brother and her sister, Miss Eunice and Mr. Charles Riddell. The bride ' was gowned in a lovely creation of white georgette and satin, with which she wore a large picture hat to match and carried a shower bouquet of brides roses and lilies of the valey. The bridesmaid. Miss Eunice Riddell, was gowned in pale green crepe de chine with hat to match, and carried a snower nouquet 01 iinarney roses. fter the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's moth- er for the immediate family, and after receiving congratulations the bride changed her wedding gown for a chic blue coat suit with hat and shoes to match, and left with her husband on MEN Comfort is probably the most logical reason why most men wear low shoes in the warm weather, but appearance should play an important part also. In this showing of Men's Shoes will be seen the very latest ideas in dress, busi ness and sports Oxfords that are bound to please the fancy of every well-dressed man. For comfort, fit, style, wear and moderate price, you should look over these new assortments. me the six o'clock train for New Orleans where they will spend their honey moon. Upon their return they will be domiciled with the bride's mother at 402 S. Broad street. The only out-of-town guest at this interesting ceremony was the groom's sister. Miss Clara FrenkeL of Pensa cola. The second ceremony, and none the less interesting, was the christening of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Probst, of Waterloo, Iowa. The little lad will bear his father's name and have his sponsors his grandmother. f Mrs. Charles P. Riddell, and his uncle. Mr. Charles Riddell, and his uncle and Mrs. Fred Gehring, who stood by proxy." Mobile Register. MRS. BRISTOL TO SAIL FOR CONSTANTINOPLE, Mrs. Mark Bristol will start about June 15 for Constantinople, where she Will loin Real Admiral Ttrlatnl mandant of the American fleet In the Eastern Mediterranean. New York Herald. Moth Mrs. Bristol and her husband Admiral Bristol have a large num ber of acquaintances here. Mrs. Bris tol, who was before her marriage, Miss Helen Moore, of Mobile, the eld est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ritten "house Moore, was when a young lady a frequent visitor here at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. W. S. Keyser. h a 5 Personal Mention 2 Mrs. C. W. Oliver and daughter, Margaret are visiting with relatives and friends in St. Louis, expecting to be absent from the city for the re mainder of the summer. Mrs. J. P. Shockney and daughter, Ivan, of Bay Harbor, Fla., have re turned home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nobles, 1320 North Ninth avenue. Mrs. E. R. Ma lone and daughters, Lydna and Mary Virvinia are visit ing for several weeks as the guests of Mrs. Malone's father rr. C. M. Se .bastian at his home in Martin, Ten nessee. ' -r EH?!. Everett and Edward Mock, sons of Dr. and Mrs. J; H. Mock, 50 East Gregory street, have returned home from Montgomery. Ala., where they attended Stark s university. Mrs. P. K. Yonge has returned home after visiting for several weeks in Oak Grove. Miss Marjorie Yoage who accompanied her there expects to re main for some time longer. Mrs. P. Amos Buck and son, Phil- Don't Experiment with Catarrh; It Often Leads to Serious Trouble You Will Never Be Cured by Local Treatment With Sprays Catarrh is a condition of the blood and cn not be cured by local appli cations of sprays and douches; this has been proven by the thousands who have vainly resorted to this method of treatment. Catarrh should not be neglected or experimented with. The wrong treat ment is valuable time lost, during which the disease is getting a firmer hold upon its viotim, and making u more difficult for even the proper treatment to accomplish results. Though Catarrh makes its first ap pearance in the nostrils, throat - and I. LADIES This complete assem blage of fashionable Ox fords and Pumps for wom en is replete with the most graceful, distinctive and favored new styles that have been designed for this season's warm weather wear. . In the collection are mod els for dress, sports, vaca tion and general wear. While . white has already been noted as the prevail ing tendency, our assort ment of Oxfords and Pumps may be had in most any desired color. Meyer PENSACOLA'S POPULAR SHOE lip have returned from Mobile where they were called by the Illness and death of Mrs. C. H. Buck. Mrs. Buck held the high esteem and love of many friends in Pensacola to whom her death came as a source of deep gTief. Friends will be glad to learn that Frank Edward, Jr., the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Welles, 1211 East Gadaeden street, is reported as slightly improved after having been ill for the past two weeks. Mrs. M. F. Boone left yesterday for Mobile to spend a short time vis iting. Friends will be interested to know that news has been received by Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of the arrival of their son. Private William J. Camp bell, IT. S. A., from overseas service. Private Campbell served in France with the Wild Cat division and is now at Camp Stuart, Vlrgiana, where he will be mustered out of the service and expects to arrive home within a few days. X. G. Crosby has returned to the city after a short business trip in the eastern part of the state. Mrs. E. A. Upmeyer, daughter Elea nor and son. Earnest of Mobile have arrived for a fortnight's visit as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marco White. William H. Breen left yesterday morning for DeFunlak Springs. Fla., where he will visit for- a few weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vaughn and family. Mrs. Murphy McMillan and little daughter, Betty of Bay Minette, Ala., are visiting as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Clubbs. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins are entertaining as guests at their home Mr. Stubbins' mother, Mrs. Georgia Stubbins and his sister, Mrs. TJ. Y. Page and children, Georglanna and Yandel Page, Jr, of Bowling Green, Ky. Miss Hilda Ranee has returned home in Washington after spending the week in town as the attractive ; guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McHugh at their home on Wright street. W. E. Huston, an officer attached to the TJ. S. S. "Ivey" has returned to his duties at Key West. Fla.. after vis iting as the guest of his mother, Mrs. JosieTonkln and sister, Mrs. W. H. Roy, of Warrington, Mr. Huston is an officer attached to the U. S. S. 'Ivey". Mrs. Tonkin also entertained as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. J.' I. Morrill and little daughter, Mary, of Mobile, who have returned home by motor stop- air passages, the disease becomes more and more aggravated and final ly reaches down into the lungs, and everyone recognizes tne alarming condition that results when the lungs are affected. Thus Catarrh may be the forerunner of that most dreaded and hopeless of all diseases, con sumption. No local treatment affords perma nent relief. Experience has taught that S. S. S. is the one remedy which attacks the disease at its source, the blood, and produces satisfactory re sults in even the worst cases. Ca tarrh sufferers are urged to give S. S. a thorough trial. It is sold by all druggists. You are invited to write to the Medical Department for expert advice as to how to treat your own case. Address Swift Specific Co., 254 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga, Adv. CHILDREN These new Shoes for children are built on corn man sense lasts that will readily adapt themselves to tender, growing feet splendid, wide-toed models that allow for natural growth of tiny toes with out unnecessary crowding. Experts in Children's Footwear designed all of the shoes in this showing, so you may really be as sured that the kiddies' feet will be perfectly fitted at moderate price if you bring the children here. . hoe Co STORE StEF(yldl Fresh shipment most popular of all TT?TrTkT A OWT?FTC TEMPTING FRUITS IN CREAM 1 IIIUIjA fcYVHiHilfc pur6f dean and wholesome. Rich A delicious confection in a variety maple and vanilla creams with fm that is a delight to the cultivated and ings of walnuts filberts, Brazil nuts refined palate. Packed in one-pound and peanuts Packed in one-pound boxes. Special price boxeg gpecial prke 59c 59c TODAY Balckom Bra Phone 19 When Baby is Teething. GROVE'S BABY BOWEL. MEDICINE will correct the Stomach and Bowel troubles. Perfectly harmless. See di rections on the bottle. Price 30c. Adv. ping at several places enroute. Among guests stopping at the San Byron C. Crawford, Atlanta; James A. Boope, Chicago; J. S. Wadswon, At lanta, and comprising a party from Mobile are: T. E. Clark, W. H. Spicer. A. J. Smith, Dave N. Stiher, T. H JEkrhardt, R. G. Cox, J. Inge Lacy and L. J. Finnegan, of Whistler. Mrs. Murray Bradley and Miss Wilcia Cope are registered from Brewton, B. G. Betty from Montgomery. Mrs. A. M. McMillan and family who formerly resided at 14 East Gon zalez street are now at home to friends at 713 North Spring street. Mrs. Florence Thompson leaves Sunday for Miami, Fla., to visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Majoi and Mrs. Roy Geiger and little grand daughter. Major Geiger Is in the marine corps, aviation service, station ed at Miami. IS IS ALL GOME NOW. Samuel L. Kramer, Box 95, Sellers ville. Pa, writes: I had kidney trouble for two years and had a ter rible backache. That is all gone now after using Foley Kidney Pills and I feel well again." When the kid neys are overworked, weak or dis eased, the waste matter remains in the system and causes pains In side or back, rheumatism, lumbago, suit Joints, sore muscles, backache. Foley Kidney Pills get results quickly and are tonic in their healing and sooth ing effect. Good for bladder trouble, too. Sold everywhere. Adv. LABOR APPOINTS COMMITTEE ON MOONEY TRIAL Atlantic City, N. J., June 1. Among the resolutions now being con sidered by the resolutions committee of the American Federation of Labor is one dealing with ie Mooney case. In this It is proposed -the federation appoint a committee to take -action to bring about a new trial for Mooney. Should the committee fail. It is pro vided that the federation Submit to the international organization the question of calling a 24-hour strike in protest, the date to be determined later. ECZEMA ON CHEST Also On Face. Lost Rest At Night. Cuticura Healed. "Eczema started on my chest with itching and burning, and ray face was also affected. The eczema waa in a rash and the skin waa Sore, red, and rough. The itching and burn ing caused me to irritate the affected parts by scratching and I lost my rest at night. This trouble lasted about two yean. "I used several remedies but with out help." Then I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment; and now I am com pletely healed." (Signed) J. P. R. Sikea, R. F. D. 3, Glennville, Ga., Aug. 36, 1918. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and' Tal cum are all you need for your skin and all toilet and nursery uses. mapte bck Tnm T MtO. Address peat-card: "OMnn, Dt. H. lwtn." SeM mrrwhOT. ITCHING BURNING y-Cai y Si received weekly of the candies. MAXINB CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES They simply melt in your mouth your old time favorites. 59c IN ONE-POUND BOXES 59c A High-Grade Candy at a Popular Price SPECIAL PRICE cents IN POUND BOXES The Prescription Store" NAVY CRUISE PLANNED FOR THIS WINTER Washington, June 13. An extensivo cruise of the combined Atlantic arjd Pacifio fleeta this fall and winter is planned. Secretary Daniels said to day the Itinerary had not been com pleted, but the fleet would visit sev- Booze is Not a Good Cure. From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer. When a man comes- to you all doubled up with pain and declares he will die in your" presence unless you procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Chamberlain's - Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. . There is a mis taken notion among a whole lot of peoples that boo?e is the best remedy flDa duo Hug sjondl. Eattfafirnico ROAD INN, ACROSS BAY Dance every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night and Sunday afternoon and night. Take boat from city wharf, Palafox Street. Boat leaving every evening 7:30, returning 11:30 p. m., except Saturday and Sunday, leaving every two hours, on even hour,' arid returning on the uneven hour. Round trip 40cj CUT RATE DRUG STORE DR. M. C. BE VERETTE, Proprietor 420 West, Belmont Street Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668 HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. "Only the Best" 212 South Palafox Street Phone 846 "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS'. l lujjjuj-j . .. in j . . i , . ., . mmm F ORCHEIMER' FASHION SH OP The Store for Women SPECIAL SALE GINGHAM DRESSES TODAY OFF REGULAR PRICE THE PRICE RANGE $5.00 v mm three best known and TODAY r ii company Phone 123 Cut This Out and Take It With You. A man often forgets the exact name of the article he wishes to purchase, and as a last resort takes something else instead. That is always disap pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for con- eral South American ports. No de cision as to whether Kurope will be included has been reached. The cruise is planned, the secretary said, as a reward of the men for the ardous services during the war. Shore leave will be given at every oppor tunity and everything possible will lie done to make the trip a "play - time" for both officers and men. Recruits now coming into the navy, it was said, may arrange to participate. 115 South Palafox Discoun up Saa Sac Ouumt ud Mc T