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THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1919.
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FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
To insure publication society new should reach the Journal office
not later than 8 p. m. AU com municatlons should be signed, not for
publication but as r. guarantee o f good faith.
Why Actresses
Never Grow Old
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DAILY THOUGHT.
72ery lie, great or small, is
the btin!; of a reciplc;;, the
depth of which nothing b-t
Omniscience can fashion.
Carles Reade.
SS3S233g 'E.a 8si a L, E ig to a
HOP AT FORT
BARRANCAS.
Service and civilian socle tr were
guests at a delightful hop held in the
pavilion at Fort Barrancas Friday
nlffbt. There was a large attendance
and the occasional rainy showers less
ened not one bit the merriment of the
evening only serving to make the at
mosphere cooler and more pleasant
Excellent music was furnished by a
combined army and navy orchestra
under the direction of Charles Troxell
and Sergeant Casey acted as floor
manager. Chaperones for the evening
were Col. and Mra Hughes. Mrs. Lud
wlck Graves. Mrs. James A. Code,
Jr.. Mrs. James B. McCarthy and
prominent matrons from town.
ALBERT REINSCHMIDT, JR.,
CELEBRATES FIFTH BIRTHDAY.
Saturday afternoon proved a most
enjoyable one for Albert Reinschmidt,
Jr.. and a number of his little friends
who helped him celebrate the occas
ion of his fifth birthday. Games were
played on the big grassy lawn at the
home of his parents, on 18th avenue
and Gadsden streets. A peanut hunt
was enjoyed. Vera Carroll winning
the girls prize and Edward Pinney
the prize for the boys. Music on a
victrola added to the pleasure of the
afternoon and the children were de
lighted with interesting stories told
by Mrs. James Phillips and others of
the ladies present. Pink and white
was the color motif used for the party
and this was prettily carried out in
the refreshments which were served
from a table placed on the lawn, lav-
NothtPu iwerntnf the profession seems
more.pussllna to the dear old public than
the pvir pet uai y outh of our feminine mem
bers How often we hear remarks like.
"Why, I saw ber as Juliet forty years axe
and she doesn't look a rear older now i
Of coarse allowance is made for makeups
but wbenthey see as oft the stage at close
ranre. they need another explanation.
Ifow strange womn generally taaven'J
learned the secret of keeping tbe face
young! How aftnpls a matter to get an
ounce of tnercotisea wax at the drug store;
apply it like rcld cream, and In tbe morn
ing wash tt of?! We know how th!s grad
ually, itnperrepttblv. absorbs old cuticle,
keeping the completion new and fresh,
free from nne !)", sallownes or over
redness. W knvw, too. that this mercol
ised wax la the reason actresses don't
wear freckles, moth patches, liver spots,
pimples and the Hke. Why don't our sis
ters on the other side of the footlirhts
learn the reason, and orum by III rae
atrical Wurht.
GUESTS AT HOUSE PARTY
AT GARDNER 4oME.
Misses Elizabeth Dunham and Ju
dith Maxwell and M. J. Muldon, Jr..
are among Pensacollana who are
guests at a delightful house party
being given by Miss Nancy Gardner
and her brother, Lieut. Hamilton
Gardner, at the Gardner's summer
home near Buffalo, X. Y. After en
joying the round of gayieties there.
Miss Dunham will visit for several
days in Cleveland, before ret' rnins
nome, expecting to arrive within about
two weeks.
FLORIDA WELL REPRESFNTED
AT NATIONAL MUSIC
CONVENTION.
Florida is well represented at the
11th biennial convention of the Xa-
way, but with the satisfaction that
this was only the first of many such
entertanments to be given during the
summer months.
The hotel bears the distinction of
catering to a very high class clien
tele, and the bookings for this sea
son far surpass the records of any
previous years. The management
has made extensive improvements
and one can have at the Gordan every
convenience of a thoroughly appointed
city hotel and at the same time enjoy
ishly decorated with Dink and white ! th restfulness and invigoration of
flowers and centered with the huge j country atmosphere and live close to
MEETING WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
SOCIETY FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Methodist church will hold
their regular monthly meeting in the
Sunday School rooms of the church
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. All mem
bers are urged to be present and a
cordial Invitation is extended all lad
les of the church to attend.
DORCAS SOCIETY MEETS
THIS AFTERNOON.
The Dorcas Society of the Knox
Presbyterian church meets at the
church this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
A full attendance is requested..
white birthday cake, decorated in pink
and with five burning candles. The
cream was served in cones and Misses
Irlnlta Purdy and Bessie Reinschmidt
assisted by Misses Virginia Purdy,
Catherine Pinney and Dorothy An
dreas, waited on the small guests.
Among those who spent the after
noon so happily with Albert were:
Ann and Scarritt Purdy, Edward and
Marlow White, Warren and Ruby An
derson, Tom Bingham, Jack Hopkins,
Edwin Pinney, Helene Olsen. Sylvia
McAdam, Kenneth White, Clarence
and Mary Reinschmidt. Ernest Vinson,
Vera Carroll, Quillar McAllister, Fran
cis Andress, Olive, Juliette and Anna
Mary Mayson, Edward and John Lips
comb, Doris Quick. Ruby and Mildred
Phillips, Madelaide and Dick Touart,
of Mobile; Leah Andress. C. J. Rein
schmidt, Jack Reinschmidt, and the
honor guest, Albert Reinschmidt, Jr.
Mrs. Reinschmidt was assisted in en
tertaining by Mesdames John Purdy,
Ed White, Steve, Sweeney, C. M.
Sweeney, A. R. Mason, James Phillips,
L. D. Marsoni and Bon Olsen.
the heart of nature where the cli
mate is always delightful and cool.
IMPORTANT MEETING
PENSACOLA LIBRARY -ASSOCIATION.
An important meeting: of the Pen
sacola Library Association will be
held at the library rooms this after
noon at 5 o'clock. A full attendance
is requested.
MRS. M. E. HOYLE HAS
GAINED30 POUNDS
"I've Never Found Anything to
Equal Tanlac," She Say;
Troubles Overcome.
SAD NEWS RECEIVED
BY MRS. J. C. ADAMS.
Mrs. J. C. Adams has the sincere
sympathy of her many friends in the
sad news received by her of the death
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. M. Bar
ry, which occurred at her home in
Baltimore, Md., Saturday morning.
Mrs. Adams left Saturday night to at
tend the funeral services. She ex
pects to be absent from the city about
two weeks.
6 BELL AN3
Hot wafer ,
Sure Relief
SELL-AM S
fFOR INDIGESTION-
Children's
Sox
Solid Colors
Lisle and Silk
Dainty Colored
Tops
To Suit Every
Child
Sizes 4 to 9t2. .
MEYER SHOE CO.
Pensacolas Popular Shoe
Store
FRESH ARRIVAL
LITTLE NECK
CLAMS
from New York
Served on the shell in
San Carlos Restaurant, and
also in the soft drink bar.
A SOCIAL EVENT OF
INTEREST.
Many of the people of Pensacola
will no doubt be interested in the
opening of the Hotel Gordan, Waynes
ville, X. C, which took place Satur
day, June 21st, The hotel is not in
itself alone the attraction for the
thousands that spend the greater
part of the summer within its hos
pitable doors; but the little town of
Waynesville is worthy of notable men
tion. Waynesville is recognized as the
gem of the Appalachians. It is lo
cated on a high plateau 3,000 feet
above sea level and its environmen
is charming amid picturesque scenery
produced by the crowding ranges and
towering peaks of the forest-clad
Smokies and Balsams. The town can
boastt of having the highest altitude
and the most delightful climate east
of the Rocky Mountains; within a
radius -of a few miles are five peaks
rising to the dizzy height of over
6.000 feet while lesser eminences serve
to tone the landscape and give beauty
to the scene.
The opening of the Hotel Gordon
was looked forward to by all of
Waynesville and many people of all
the southern states. There are thous- t
ands of former patrons, to whom
this event marks the opening of the
summer season . in Western Zsorth
Carolina. They all rememoer so wer
the numerous advantages of the won
derful location and the indescribable
climate in which the hotel exists. f.It
is this that makes possible to can
it both a place of relaxation and rec
reation, where shattered nerves may
regain their poise, the tired business
man may recharge his energy and the
pleasure seeker may be entertained
to, Ms heart's content. The social
life of- the picturesque little mountain
resort centers at the Gordon.
The first of the many gay affairs
to be held this season was the open
ing night.- It was the scene of mam
gay dinner parties and an opening
ball that bids well to be long remem
bered as a memorable evening. The
dance haU was crowded to Its capacity
and the whole affair wa unanimously
voted a huge success. It was at a
late hour that the Jovial dancers re
luctantly gave way to the demands of
Morpheus and homeward wended their
For Burning Eczema
Greasy salves and ointments should not
be applied if good clear skin is wanted.
From any druggist for 35c, or 1.00 for
extra larga size, cet a bottle of zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and
heals skin troubles, also sores, burns,
wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses
and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable
and inexpensive, penetratine. anrispntir
liquid. Try it. as we believe nothing von Perience about it."
hve over used is as effective and satisfying. Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
The E. W. Rose Ctx, Cleveland, O. I everywhere. Adv.
''If I could speak with everybody
personally who has stomach trouble
and rheumatism." said Mrs. M. K.
Hoyle, of 1329 Pennsylvania avenue,
Kansas City. Mo., "I would advise
them to take Tanlac, for I have tried it
myself, and have never found any
thing to equal it. I have suffered
with rheumatism during the past ten
years until I thought I would go dis
tracted. The pain would extend from
my hips down to my ankles, the
muscles and leaders felt like they were
drawn, my knees were so stiff I could
hardly bend over, and many a night
the pain was so severe that I could
hardly keep from crying. My appe
tite was very poor and my stomach
was so out of order that what little
I did eat made me miserable. I suf
fered terribly from indigestion and
would bloat p so badly from the gas
on my stomach that I coul scarcely
breathe, and there was also a dull
aching pain in the pit of my stomach.
My complexion was very bad sallow
and yellow looking and . I Just felt
badly all the time.
"But Tanlac has been a wonderful
blessing to me and no one could see
the change that has taken place In ma
during the past few weeks and doubt
It being a great medicine. All my
I rheumatic pain and stiffness is gone
now, and you may know I feel like a
new person. My appetite is splendid.
I am never bothered with indigestion
or gas any more, no matter what I
eat. and my color is fine. Not only
have I been relieved of rheumatism
and stomach trouble, but I have also
gained thirty pounds in weight be
sides. Now these are my reasons for
thinking so well of Tanlac and I will
gladly tell anyone who cares to call
on me what I have found out by ex-
tional Federation, cf Music Clubs now
in session at I'etersbcro, X. H. Amons
Floridians well known in the musical
wcrld attenoTig are:
Mrs. James H. Hirsch, of Orlando,
the southeastern " district president;
Mme. Helene Sax by, of Tampa, state
president of the Florida Federation
of Music Clubs: Mrs. Grace Porter
field Polk, of Miami, state delegate;
Miss Marion Rous, of Winter Park,
president of the faculty musi; club i f
Rollins Conservatory, besides the of
ficial winners in the state music con
test helo. last January at the Gaines
ville state biennial music festival.
Miss Christine Stout, of Southern
College, Sutherland, piano winner,
and Mrs. D. H. Trezevant, of Tampa,
winner in the vocal contest, wlil take
part in the young artist's contest.
The opening days of the convention
June 26 and 27 were devoted to meet
ings of national and auxiliary execu
tive boards. Saturday was state pres
ident's day, and American music Sun
day will be observed on July 29, the
opening of the convention proper was
yesterday.
LT. COMMANDER CARO ARRIVES
IN PENSACOLA FOR VISIT.
Lt. Commander Philip Caro arrived
in the city to Join his wife, at the
home of her father. Mr. D. D. Shuttle
worth. Lt. Commander Caro arrived
in the states on Saturday, leaving at
once for Pensacola to spend several
days with his wife and little daugh
ter, before Joining his ship at Charles
ton, preparatory to leavhvjf again for
France on Thursday.
Mrs. Caro, who has been very ill
for some time at the hospital In Nor
folk, was recent Joined by her sister.
Miss Genevieve Shuttle worth, and on
convalescence, returned to Pensacola
with her, where she will remain un
til entirely recovered.
Yesterday was the tenth weaamg
anniversary of Lt. Com. and Mrs.
Caro. and many relatives and friends
extended their, congratulations at this
happy reunion. Lt. Com. Caro is at
tached to the U. S. S. Zellander, and
has made seventeen trips across, In
transport service. While in France
he met both Louis and Harry Shuttle
worth, meeting the former at St. La
zare and the latter at Bordeaux. Both
expect to arrive home some time in
July.
CHOIR REHEARSAL AT FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Choir rehearsal will be held at the
First Baptist church tonight at 7:30
o'clock, and all members of the choir
and all of those who will sing in the
choir are especially requested to attend.
TWITES-STINGS
I f Wash the affected
J JJ surface with house
hold ammonia or
warm salt water; then apply
VICR'S VAP0R1
YOUR B00YGUARr-30f.6OJt7C2O
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This Biggest Sale of the Season Offers
Every loe and Organdy
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A Mother's Happiness
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The expectant mother's physical
comfort should be our first .thought, and
Jind all about her should see to lt that
her preparation for baby's coming be
complete.
There is a most splendid remedy to
to prepare women for ty urea tent time
in their lives, known as Mother's Friend.
It Is applld to the muscles of the ab
domen, gently rubbed In. and at ones
penetrates to relieve strain on nerves,
cords and ligaments. It makes the
muscles so pliant that they expand
easily when baby arrives: the hours at
the time are fewer and pain end danger
at the crisis is naturally avoided.
Mother's Friend enables the motner to
preserve her health and strength, and
he remains a rretty mother bv havin?
avoided discomfort and suffering which
more eften than tehwisr acromp&nies
"ch an occasion when nature is uaided.
Every nerve. .nuecle snn tendion is
thoroughly lubricated. Discomfort dur
the neriod Is counteracted, and tbe
skin, after the crisis, is left smooth
nrt natural.
Wrtt to BrdfleM Rwilator Com.
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"f r"''a tnr their Motherhood Ron, and
iv m bottle of Mother, Fr'end from 5
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. : Plain and Printed Voiles and Fluffy Organdies
in all shades.
.-.Every woman who knows the best fashionable
wear will recognize these pretty frocks for every
wear, as the most exclusive and desirable dresses
of the mode.
You simply must see these Dresses to realize
the wonderfully little prices at which they are
offered. ' -
$7.50 Voile Dresses, this week tpr AA
Special POUU
$10 Voile and Organdy r7
Dresses DU I U
$15 Voile and Organdy K"f A flO
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$20 Voile and Organdy Q-j Q 9C
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$27.50 Voile and Organdy f1 Q QK
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ALL SILK AND WASH SKIRTS AT 1-3 OFF.
(X 410-JULY l
THESE SPECIALS ARE FOR THIS WEEK ONLY AND OFFERS
"HEART OF THE SEASON" -MERCHANDISE AT
CLEARANCE PRICES.
EXTRA SPECIAL
Our Millinery Department Offers Your Unrestricted Choice of
any Hat in the store, prices from $2.50 to $30.00
at One-HUaltr Price
L A ' FJJ ) IS) &
"The Best Place to Shop After A1P
122 and 124 South Palafox St. Phone 337
delightful surprises
for you
1 for your
children
When you try this old recipe .with the new blend of
nut and vegetable oils-COVO-youll be delighted to
discover how fine economical COVO is for coolant.
Your children mtynot be judges of fine oi'I.but thy ar
judges of fine gingerbread. Leave the verdict to them.
A NEW OLD-FASHIONED GINGERBREAD
1 level table poo
ewpCOVO
1 cup eug:ar
2 egg
I cup molas.ea
level teaspoon
ode
I cup milk
J cape flour rii
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baking powder eiauaei
pinch aalt I cwp raJata
Beat COVO till creamy. Add sugar. T!n tbe wrf-kaatoa
egg. Beat mixture till very light. Add melaaeea mmd atw ia
well. Then the oda dissolved in a tablespaoa-of water. Sift
together the flour, baking powder and tmh, aae) add t4 at
mixture with tbe milk. Lastly add th ginger and Tiaaawa
and raisins dredged in a little of the flour. Bewt tSI varr am ii
in KTca.ea pan in moderate oven about 40 1
AND. of course, you will want to usa COVO far aalada wkaa
J- yj remember what a delightful nut-lik tat it add ta
all dressiags.
mOECFAl RBANK53
AT GROCERS
lm tint mf pint, amtt,
half -fHam ttnd
I if n " of in 1
Have You Visited the
San Carlos
NEAR BAR
(Put your foot on the rail)
Same old Bar Fixtures, same old foot rail, same old coun
ter, same old cooling fans, and everything.
New drinks of all kinds as good as the old but minus al
cohol. Old-fashioned bar-room lemonade. Try our cocktail
lemonade. A specialty of BUTTERMILK LEMONADE.
Camoflauged Creme de Menthe.
FEED Choice Cold Meats, Salads and Cheese, Florida
Lobster Salad, French Sardines, Surpassing Coffee with
Pure Cream.
Open Day and Night.
LADIES INVITED.
g. a. grun;d
THE TAILOR
Formerly located at Warrington for 7 years, announces
removal into new quarters, July 1st, at 30 East Garden St.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
The Favorite Summer Resort
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Three Thousand Feet Altitude. "
Highest Town East of the Rockies In the heart of tbe Blue Ridge. Rae
ognlzed the Switzerland of America; The Land of the Sky; Leading Hotel
HOTEL GORDON
Thoroughly Modern; Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room.
Beat Hotel in the Mountains Sleeping Porches.
Entertainment and 8ocial Life Special Features.
Nona are Stranger. CONTINUAL AMUSEMENT. First Claaa Orchestra,
Danclnp. Fishing, Bathing, Horseback Riding. Beautiful Drives, Tennis,
Automoblllng. Social Life In the Town centers at the GORIX5N. Writs
at once for reservations. F. O. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
THE DUNHAM HOUSE
Private and Public Baths. Elec
tricity and All Modern Conven
iences. Private Board: Horns
Ilka Atmosphere; Exeellsnt Ta-
fresh Country Produce.
Waynesville, N. C. (3000 ft. alt.)
e Service Pleases the Most Exacting:. Most Beautifully Leas ted I a full
view of all the Mountains, which Is grand. Inspiring; and never to be for
gotten. Trees, flowers and wide verandas. Courtesies of the Hotel Gordon
extended to our g-uests.
Bates: ZS0 to $3.00 per day. $14.00 to f 17.50 per week. MRS. D. L.
DUNHAM. Prop. (A woman of years experience In this business).

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