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To Insure publication society new should reach the Journal office not later than 6 p. m. All com raunicatlons should be signed, not for publication but as . guarantee o t good faith. Si DAILY THOUGHT. jg Beason la the principle by & hich our belief and opinion 3? ought to be regulated. Mayrie J Reid. K WHAT THE BANJO 8AID. Some folks. I tell yf u. Miss their time and chance Thy can't pick a banjer An' they dunno how to danco. Swin? yer pardners! Life'll not be long: Time's up fer leavin 'Fore you're half through the song. Some folks. I tell you, jtlisjj the happy road; r?nno how to travel An they can't tote the load. Jine the procession Git the grit an' grace! Time's up fer runnin ''ore you're half through the. raco. Frank I Stanton. INDEPENDENCE DAY. Jily 4th. 1776 July 4th. 1919. fine hundred and forty-three year a-o! Our progress has been meteoric. Walking through Independence Hall, in Philadelphia, looking with reverent eyes upon those relics of the past, how the heart thrills with love of country and pride in that country. . The splendid spirit of self renun diation, of a vision which viewed hu manity from the mountains heights of absolute freedom, freedom to think, to speak, to live as an enlightened, civilized, cultured people, has never been subdued in the soul of the Amer ican citizen. The descendants of the Pilgrims cannot forget, nor would they dare forget, the fierce .fires o? tribulation through which their forefathers pass e.l. From the fires of fierce tribu lation. Rise the fairest ideals of life. The freedom and life of a nation Is born amid anguish and strife. Success has not spoiled the people of the United States. Though wealth and fame and national glory 'is theirs, yet amid the storm and stress of tae lust two years, we have seen the spirit of the people in the quick re sponse which has been made to meet every need.. To bear unaccustomed hardship with brave cheerfulness, to he ready to uphold the ideals for which we stand, even to making the nipi-eme sacrifice, THIS is what the fine young manhood and womanhood of our country have done and stood ready to do. What of such blood t What of such people? Would you uare to say that the banner which floats above them can ever be conquered, tan ever know defeat? Success is not measured by dollars mi l cents, not by any material wealth, and though our people are blest with these possessions, let us so ever teach our children that no future time Will see the white pages of , our history marred by the spirit of injustice, ftg pre.ssion or greed. The world is looking toward us and our standards must, be planted apf:n the supreme heights of mental and xpiritual achievement- Every . signa ture to the Declaration of American Independence would have been the j d. ath warrant of the signer had the rauae of freedom been lost. DARK we betray so high and holy a trust? Today, citizens of the United States, we commemorate that brave act. Hats off, and cheer! Florida Pine. FRESH ARRIVAL LITTLE NECK CLAMS from New York Served on the shell in San Carlos Restaurant, and also in the soft drink bar. Martha Washington Candies 90c lb M. TO 6 P. M. ENTERTAINS FOR STATE REGENT FLORIDA DAUGHTERS AMERICAN REVOLUTION. honoring Mrs. W. C. McLean, of irianao, tne newly elected state re gent of Florida Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Arthur B. uuKes, . past state regent, entertained most Informally at tea Sunday aft ernoon at 4:30 o'clock in her lovely home, 1575 Riverside arenue, sa-s an exchange. . . . Fragrant garden , flowers were used in profusion throughout the house. Mrs. McLean, who ; recently as sumed the cuties of her office, is a woman oi unusual charm possessing executive ability and force, which combine to make her a most efficient officer. In her capacity ac vice-chairman of the Orange county chapter, American Red Cross, she demonstrat ed her ability to handle difficult situ ations tactfully, she showed foresight in mapping out the work, tJid met ev ery emergency successfully. Members of the Jacksonville and Katherine Livingston chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion, enjoyed the opportunity of meet ing Mrs. McLean Informally, and learning something of the work which is before the D. A. R- for the ensuing year. Americanization is to be the keynote of all work, and the D. A. R. will especially bend their efforts In furthering the work of Americaniza tion in Florida. During the afternoon dainty re freshments were served. Mrs. Gilkes was assisted in entertaining by her mother . E. B. Taylor, honora ry state regent or Florida, ana was assisted in serving by her daughter, Miss Lillian Gilkes. Yesterday morning Mrs. McLean had a conference with Mrs. Gilkes re garding the state work. SPAULDING-STEARNS. Coming as a surprise to their many friends here will be the announcement of the marriage of Miss Gladys Stearns the lovely young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stearns, of this city, to En 3ign Ira Dudley Spaulding, of Mont pelier, Vt, which took place yesterday at noon in New Orleans, La. Ensign and . Mrs. Spaulding will popular officers stationed at the Pen jsacola naval air station, while Miss Stearns was one of the most popular young book-keepers at the Citizens & Peoples National Bank. Ensign and Mrs. Sqaulding will spend about a week in New Orleans where they are stopping at the St. Charles, after which they will leave to visit points of interest In Mississip pi and Alabama, returning to Pensa cola about the twelfth of the month, where they will make their home. JOHNSON-JONES WEDDING. Robert Sublette Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Johnson, and Miss Marie Jones, daughter of Mr. Martin P. Jones, were quietly married last night, at 8:30 o'clock. Owing to a recent bereavement in the family of the bride, only immediate members of both families were present. G.A.GRUND THE TAILOR Formerly located at Warrington for 7 years, announces removal into new quarters, July 1st, at 30 East Garden St. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Have You .Visited the Ssum 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 arid Cheese, Florida Lobster Salad, French Sardines, Surpassing Coffee with Pure Cream. ' - j . Open Day and Night. LADIES INVITED. ; f . THE PENSACOLA PENSACOLA COUNTRY CLUB TO INCREASE MEMBERSHIP With the new governing board of increased personnel recently elected by the Pensacola Country Club and the drive under way for a -doubled membership, new life has been In fused into the club and it promises to be the most attractive center for social activities and recreation in the city, increasing even more its pre sen" popularity. ; '-". Elaborate plans" have been formu lated for general improvements ard the constitution has been amended to promote the general welfare of the club and will be strictly adhered to. Plans made by the new board provide for extensive improvements in the club building, on the surrounding grounds, on the links and., tennis courts, which, .when completed r will make the club one of the most com plete and finest ofits kind to be found anywhere in the state of Florida, ' Various committees have "been ap pointed as a part of the new program to be carried out by the club. Those serving on the auditing committee are George P. Wentworth. J. F. Tay lor, T. W. Saltmarsh. On the new house committee are: John A. Merritt. J. S. Reese, V. B. McMillan, Mrs. J. S. McGaughey. Miss Janie Knowles. Golf committee: Ellis Knowles, J. C. Dunham. Judge , Henry Bellinger. Tennis committee: J. A. Avant, Hun ter Brown, W. K. ' Hyer, Miss Jane Dunham. Mrs. William Fisher, Jr. Committee on grounds, whose duty it will be to look after all the club grounds except the golf links house tennis courts and club house: Frank E. Welles. George Reeder. C. H. Turner. Regular meetings will be held by the board on the first Tuesday of every month at the chamber of commerce rooms at 5 o'clock in tho afternoon, when business will be transacted and matters of importance discussed. . The Pensacola Country Club pos sesses unusually fine natural advan tages, situated on a desirable spot on the Bayshore and commanding a superb view of the bay and gulf. From the wide, surrounding galleries the maneuvers of air craft from the naval air station may be observed. The clubhouse is flanked by a lovely woodland and has extensive and as good grounds as could be found any where. The golf links are in splendid condition and are a delight to the heart of any enthusiast. The golf house, situated on the links near the highway, is a most attractive build ing and well cared for. For the most formal ball, impromptu dances by the college set or an informal tea for one's visiting friend the club rooms lend themselves most admirably and just the right atmosphere is always found there. Cool breezes from the eulf makes the club a delightfully charming place on the most sultry day in August, breezes which equally temper the chill of winter days, a fact which has been the cause of fre quent comment from visitors spend! ig the winer in the city. LADIES OF HOME ENJOY . EIRTHDAY PARTY. r The 77th birthday of Mrs. F. E. Lewis, one of the ladies at the Wom an's Home, was -the. occasion for a delightful automobile ride with light refreshments afterward on Wednesday when the ladies with Mrs. Lewis as th honoree were the guests of Mrs. C. G. Murphy and Miss Ethel Paderick for the afternoon. After enjoying na Ing out to the shipyard, and a long spin on the Fort Barrancas and Baars road the party came to town and were refreshed with cream before the return trip home was made. JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNINa JULY 4, 1919. CHAPMAN-MALONE APPROACHING MARRIAGE OP INTEREST HERE. Pensacola friends are cordially in terested hv the approaching marriage of Miss Florrie Malone. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Malone. of Do than, Ala, and niece of .Messrs. E. R. and J. W. Malone, of this city to Doctor Cbas. H. Chapman, of Dothan which takes place to that city on the 16th of this month.- Miss Malone has visited in Pensacola with relatives and her charming, gracious manner made her a general favorite In society. Many ante-nuptial courtesies have been given in her honor and of one given her by Mrs. M. K. Ford, of Dothan. an exchange says: " -One of the prettiest of the many courtesies given Miss Florrie Malone was the bridge party at which Mrs M. K. Ford entertained Tuesday morning at her. home on North Bell street. . - - The home-was attractively decorat ed in quantities of yellow and white daisies, the punch bowl placed on the porch was embedded in yellow daisies, and punch and sandwiches were serv ed by Misses Hattie Marshal Ford and Freddie Pilcher. After several interesting games of bridge delicious refreshments were served. Miss Malone was most becominelv gowned in blue taffeta, combined with blue georgette crepe. .She was pre sented with a corsage of roses. The prize, , powder, was won by Mrs. E. S. Ford. DR. WEEKS TO HOLD MORNING SERVICES SUNDAY. In the absence of the regular pas tor. Rev. I. W. Chalker, Dr. Sylvester Weeks Will fill the pulpit at the reg ular 11 o'clock morning services at the First Methodist church Sunday. He has chosen for his subject: "The Old Testament Passover and the New." Texts Exodus 12. 13. "When I see the blood I will passover you"; ICor. 5-7; "For our passover also hath been sacrificed even Christ.- In place of the regular evening services an- illustrated lecture with stereoptl con slides, "China, the Dragon Em pire." will be given at 8:15. Sunday School will be held at 9:30 in the morning, and Epworth League at 7:15 p.f m. " Special music will be given by the choir Sunday morning . and evening. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. A. A. Williams who has been spending the past three months in the city with his daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Boone has gone to Columbus. Ga., where ho will visit, expecting to later join Mr. and Mrs. Boone in Panama City, FUu, where they will soon go make their new home. Mrs. L. E. Durham and children have gone to Tennessee, where they will spend the summer with relatives. Mrs."I.H. Aiken and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Aiken left Wednesday for Chicago, Salt Lake City, , and Tewui Falls, Idaho, where they will spend a week visiting friends' who will later accompany them on a motoring trip through Yellowstone Park. They will return home via Salt Lake City, stop ping at Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis and other points, expecting to be ab- THIS PENSACOLA TRAINED NURSE PRAISES DRECO Declares Her Sixty-Two Year Old Grand-Mother Has Been Greatly Helped by the New Remedy, Dreco, which is Caus ing so Much Talk. ACUTE LIVER TROUBLE Pains in Her Back, Aching Limbs,. Nervousness, Head aches and Stomach Trouble at Last Overcome. "My grandmother, who is 62 years old, has suffered severely for the past five years, and we had been unable to find the right thing to relieve her," are the words of Miss Jennie Johnson, of 2021 North Ninth avenue, Pensa cola, Fla. Miss Johnson is a well known and highly esteemed trained nurse of long experience. "She. had stomach trouble, pains in her back rid -limbs, and her joints were extremely painful; she was so nervous that she did not - get much sleep, and frequently had bad head aches. She had an acute attack of inflammation of the liver, and went to New Orleans for treatment by a specialist, but did not seem to get more than temporary relief. She tried everything she heard of that might give her relief, but without much suc cess. "Since taking two bottles of Dreco, it is surprising how she has improv ed; she sleeps well; the constipa tion is relieved; the pains in her baak. limbs and joints are most all gone. It is wonderful how she Is improving on the treatment. ' "Dreco surely must . be Nature's own remedy, for it is the first thing In five years of trying that has given such relief, and we are going to hav her take several more bottles, to make her strong and well again." For elderly persons Dreco has prov en its powers to restore tl strength. Increase the appetite, induce sound sleep, overcome constipation, rouse the liver, give strength to weak kid neys and relieve rheumatism ana painful joints and muscles. Mr. - Stout, the weU known Dreco expert, has headquarters at the Balk com Drug Co., to meet the local pub lic and explain the merits of this jrreat remedy. . See him today. Adv. - f SSSgsSsgf,-1-:; K 111ft I - v J !;' , ; . ssaseaaa n : - sent about two months. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reed left last night for New Orleans, where they will spend the Fourth and during their stay will be guests at the Grunewald They expect - to return to Pensacola Monday. Miss Emma Day Wolf, representing the B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist church, and Miss Penn. representing the B. Y. P. U. of the East Hill Bap tist church leave Tuesday for De Land, Fla, to attend the Baptist As sembly in session a week there. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace and children and Mrs. Pace's brother, Mr. Bene left the first of this week on a motoring trip along the East coast of Florida expecting to be absent from the city about three weeks. Misses Adrlenne Sanchez and Al berta Pourtless leave Saturday night for AsWeville, and after enjoying about two weeks among the North Caro lina mountains Miss Sanchez will go to Chicago, where she will visit as the guest of Miss Mollie St. Heller and Miss Pourtless will visit in Philadel phia as the guest of Mrs. McK. Rans beirg (formerly Miss Christe Wilson.) They expect to be absent about a month. . Mr. and Mrs. D. S.. Marcus, of Mont gomery, will arrive in Pensacola today motoring through the country to spend several days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McIIugh left last night for Atlantic Beach, where they will spend several weeks before going to Asheville. They will spend several weeks there later going to Wrightvllle Beach, Henderson, and other points, expecting to spend the remainder of the summer among the mountains of North Carolina. Mrs. Lawrence Green and her lit tle daughter, Margaret Emma, of New York City, are the guests of Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Patrick McHugh. M. J. Stevenson, chief yeoman, Pen sacola naval air station, pay office de partment,, has departed under gov ernment orders for Norfolk. Va. He sailed on the 3rd for Brest on a trans port to! be used in bringing the boys back from France. Mr. Stevenson's marriage to Miss Anna Stiles was cele brated in January of this year, and his friends learn with regret of his de parture. . Miss Betty Symes and little nephew, Master Malcolm Uffelm-n arrived in the city yesterday from Clarksville, Tom to visit for several weeks as the guests of Miss Symes sister. Mrs. W. II. Stiles, 108 West Cervantes street. E. Wllkerson and J. E. Martin returned yesterday from Pensacola and other points where they have been attending business Tallahassee Dem ocrat. . Mrs. Mary Longenbach and Miss Ol ive Creary, of the Bagdad office, were week end guests of Mrs. D. R. Read, of this city. Alter having served In the Bagdad o'ice for several years as stenogra pher, Miss Olive Creary, whose home is in Pensacola has tendered her res ignation to take effect immediately and intends taking a well earned and needed vacation. Following her vaca tion It Is probable that she will go to Memphis, where her brother is, for a lengthy visit. Milton Gazette. Mrs. Herbert FelkeL of Tallahassee is the guest of her sister, Miss WtnnieJ Warren and is. enjoying ner wc with the Canning Club girls. I : j v j Mr. W. M. Davidson, of Newell, Oka- I loosa county, who at one time repre- . mj-: - i w - I It means flour which has a sci entific taking efficiency and an inestimable food value. WELLES-KAHN COV Pensacola, Fis. I HEAR YOU HAVE f NEVJ GIRL fir YbUR HOUSE BOB How's rr FEEL TO DADDY. Ert? I SOG6ESTTO TG ADEEV PIT MO CArtOUFVAGE,THE TOP SO OTTO AUTO VtlU. TALL ti AH1 STOP ft 'S ALL RGHT, EXCEPT X AVGrtG ABOUT TWO BELLS Tilc-rwJUrU Vhtl'RE. Ill J Ttf WDDLE OF A PACK OFSttoRES. AMD w sented Santa Rosa county in the state1 legislature, spent Tuesday in Milton meeting old friends and looking after business matters. Mr. Davidson is being Spoken of by a number of Oka loosa citizens as a probable candi date for senator in the next primary raro Milton Gazette. V Mrs. W. Mixon and Misses Bessie and Corrie Carr, of Montgomery, ar rived in Pensacola yesterday to visit as guests , at the home of Mrs. R. D. Berry and Miss ThelmaCarr, 19 East Jackson street.:. . . Mrs. H. D. Neal, who is visiting with relatives and friends at Robinson Point, Milton and Bagdad, Fla., expects to return home Tuesday. . mr , . W. M. Myrrick, of Canoe. Ala-, spent Wednesday in the city on business and during his stay was the guest of his M.oter, Mr. Jchn Elliott. i)H .... 0 - v v-T rHC"--rr Rising Sun Vhen applied to Self Rising Flour Is more than a trade name 'AMT 1 W .... 1... W:, 1 rt-UTTlX mi Tellers! 1 want to ethome to POST 4 . J . 1 ' V foW-VJELL "V I,; .:' you kwow eXv ; , . : ;i Si I