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THE PENS ACOLA JQU R NTAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1919.
17 t DAILY THOUGHT. X . 4 Character is the diamond that .! t; scratches every stone. Bartol. x THE SPRING THAT COMES TO FLANDERS. The spring: that 'comes to Flanders Goes by on silent feet, Lest they should wake, remembering How once the spring was sweet. And streams that flow in. Flanders Past poppy-field and hill Are silver streams and shining:. But thoughtful streams and still. The wind that blows la Flanders Across the listening air, ts gentle with the grasses That bend above them there And rain that falls In Flanders Is tender as a prayer. ENTERTAINING THEIR DAUGHTER. Mrs. L C. Herman and son, Theo lore. have arrived from San Diego, to e the guests of Mrs. Herman's par inis, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fell. Mrs. itrman was Miss Edna Fell and has nany friends in Pensacola. She will cave soon for Philadelphia to join her husband, Lt. Herman, who has recently been transferred to that city fr3m San Diego. Auxiliary, Christ church, will be held it the parish house on Monday after noon at 5 o'clock. A full attendance 14 requested as business of importance is to be transacted. . I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR JOCIETY TO ENTERTAIN. The Christian Endeavor Society of he First Presbyterian church will en ertaln in the parlors of the church n Monday evening at 8:30 o'clock. A lelightful evening has been planned vith games, readings, music, etc. Light efreshments will be served. IMPORTANT MEETING MISSIONARY SOCIETIES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. An Important business meeting of 'he Missionary societies of the First Baptist church will be held at the -hurch tomorrow afternoon at 4 Vclock. A full attendance is requested. Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at heme for a fw cents. Try Itl Squeeze the Juice of two lemons into ; bottle containing three ounces of or hard white, shake well, and you have quarter pint of the best freckle ana in lotion, and complexion beautifiir. t very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any rug store or toilet counter will supply hree ounces" of orchard white for sw cents. Massage this sweetly fra rant lotion Into the face, neck, arm nd hands each day and see how freck ?s and blemishes disappear and hoM tear, soft and white the skin become, a! It ! harmless. Adv. FINAL REPORT FOR VICTORY LOAN, FLORIDA WOMEN'S LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE. Jacksonville, Fla., July 5. Mrs. W. S. Jennings, state chairman Florida Womens' Liberty Loan committee has submitted the final th Victorv Loan drive with the following for the Pensacola zone: Counties Chairman , for the report for Bay Mrs. Jennie Brandenburg Calhoun Miss Marie Yon Escambia Mrs. Hunter Brown . . . Franklin Mrs. G. F. Wafing Gadsden Mrs. Jacob Weil Holmes Mrs. S. L. Jeter Jackson Mrs. C. L. Wilson Jefferson Mrs. D. A. Finlayson . . . Leon Mrs. J. Stewart Lewis Liberty Mrs. T. E. Shuler Madison Mrs. A. W. Vann Okaloosa Mrs. W. C. Pryor Santa Rosa Mrs. I. B. Krentzman Wakulla Mrs. A. B. Winn Walton Mrs. B. L. BIddle Washington--Mrs. W. C. Lockey . . County Total County Woman's Quota Subscription 50 percent $ 88,650 $ l:l.o:.0 $ 75.525 17.250 17.5O0 8.750 737,650 9!)?.900 409,950 60.400 63.600 31.800 23:.70O 244.100 122,050 33.350 r..55i 28.275 172,350 lt":i.P50 S2.S75 50.400 :;.550 31.775 230.600 247.150 123.975 11.350 3.6T.0 1.S23 115.3UO 122.550 61.275 19.450 S.600 4.300 45.750 84.350 32,175 5.000 6.550 3.275 63.450 73.550 36.775 56.000 5S.350 29,175 $17,628,850 $18.63.700 $ S.S27.325 There were three rone conferences held In the state, at Tampa, Jackson ville and Pensacola, and instead of having a separate state conference for women workers, it was thought best to Join the men in these conferences, which was done with splendid results. A better understanding between the men and women workers maintained throughout the entire campaign and the two organizations worked as a unit in nearly every county. The men coun ty chairmen of each zone conference, voted to share the credit of the sales of notes equally with the woman, as the adoption of the personal quota and volunteer subscription system of conducting the work, made it impossi ble to keep accurate account of the sales for two organizations. The women distributed literature a week in advance of the opening of the campaign, presided over booths and assisted generally where needed in the sale of notes. When the volunteer per sonal quota plan failed to raise the county quota, the women acted as gleaners of the field, and conducted a house to house canvass, which never fails to bring the desired results. In many counties the Woman's committee conducted the entire campaign, the men chairmen making no effort to ef fect an organization. There are about 2,000 women workers who make up the state Woman's Liberty Loan commit tee, enrolled at state headquarters. It is a source of regret to the state chairman that this is not a hundred per cent report, but in one of the large counties it will be noticed no report is given, which was due to illness of the chairman and after many attempts we failed to secure another. The report cf ;he following returns are final and official reports by coun ties up to date, just furnisnd the state chairman by the Sixth Federal Re serve Bank, and while a few amounts may be sent in later, they will not materially change the sum total of this final report. It wlil be a source of great satisfac tion and pride to both men and wom en loan dorkers, as well all Floridians. to know that Florida exceeded its quota by $1,054,850, which is the best record made by any state in the Sixth district. It must always be borne in mind that the state has eonsiderahly less than a million population. Results Special Canvassing from 29 out of 54 Counties, $2,209,735 19 out of 29 counties reporting 5,275 subscribers. Comparative Statement of Women's Work in the Five Liberty Loan Campaigns: First loan, not organized . -------......a... v Second loan, not organized Third loan, organized by companys .. Fourth loan, organized, 100 per cent . Victory loan, organized, 100 per cent 10,000 231,900 2.629.700 5.441.972 8,827,325 Total sold In five loans $17,140,897 LUTHERAN CIRCLE MEETS THURSDAY. The Ladies Lutheran Circle will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, with Mrs. Wade II. Morgan as hostess at the home of Miss Blanche White, 44 East Gregory street. PERSONAL MENTION. M'.ss Delia Huckabaa, of Pensacola, is the guest of relatives and friends In this section this week. Florala Exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Egge. of Mont gomery have arrived in Pensacola to make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Coulding, who were married on Wednesday last in Grace Methodist church, St. Au gustine, are now in Gainesville, Fla., where they expect to be for the sum mer. Mr. Gouldlng, who is a graduate of the I'niversity of Florida at Gaines ville, is to take the summer courfii there, working for credits, that added to those won during previous summer courses, will win for him his Master's degree. St. Augustine Hecord. Friends are extending a most cor dial welcome to Colonel J. R. Lee, U. S. A., quartermaster corps, who has just returned home from service overseas, and is with his family at their home on North Spring street. Col. Lee is the son-in-law of Col. J. L. Hughes, of Fort Barrancas. Mr. J. C. Alexander and little daugh ter Annie Claire have gone to I'elix, Ala., where they will enjoy visiting for two weeks with Mr. Alexander's parents. Misses Adiicmip Sanchez and Al berta Pourtless l-f t last niht for I Ashevi'de. N. C. After enjoying two weeks among the mountains there. Miss Sanchez wi'.l go to Chicago, where she will visit as the guest of her cousin Miss Mollic St. Hilaire and Miss Pourt- f Jf Mill wA JiJvll eolRrg red yo-lr every recrL J y iHCMCttlUna J ) A 2h is re.ch A I) WORKED LIKE " A CHARM " INAFRICA Sweet Dreams Given a Try-Out in Africa Against Ravages of Mosquitoes. "Worked Like a Charm." The president of a big Xew Orleans college made a trip to Africa to do some research work. He knew he was entering a country that suffered terribly from the rav ages of mosquitoes. So naturally into one of his cases he slipped four bot tles of Sweet Dreams. "And in Africa," he wrote us. "Sweet Dreams worked like a charm." The efficiency of this great mos quito remedy is winning for it thous ands of new friends every niht. When mosquitoes are troublesome, try Sweet Dreams. .No offensive ordor. No stains. Sold by Balkcom Drug Co., and all Druggists everywhere. Adv. less goes to Philadelphia to be the guest of Mrs. McK. Ransbeirg, (Miss Christe Wilson). They expect to be absent about a month. the recipient of many delightful social courtesies and enjoyed a motoring trip through parts of South Florida. Miss Reed recently passed the board of pharmacy with second honors and is the second Pensacola woman to graduate in pharmacy. Mrs. T. H. Callahan. 13 East LaRua street, has returned home after an extended visit with relatives and friends in Westville, Bonlfay and Lau rel Hill. Fla. Friends will be pleased to learn that the change has proved most beneficial to her health. Mrs. Carl Springer Miss Catherine Wise) left a few days ago for Eelma, Ala., where she will spend the summer with her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Springer have apart ments in town with Mr. and .Mm. r C. Humphries, on West Garden street. Mrs. Springer, who is a gift ed vocalist and whose singing has given pleasure to audiences on num erous occasions, will be greatly miss ed during her absence. Mr. Ellis Knowles is home from New Orleans, where he attended the southern golf championship tournament. Mrs. W. H. Northup, Mrs. AV. II. Goulding and Mrs. John P. Stokes and sons, J. P., Jr., and Thomas Jefferson '.eave this week for Asheville. to spend the summer among the mountains. Friends of Fred H. Berry- will be delighted to learn that news received by his mother, Mrs. Laura Berry, of Brent, reports his arrival at Camp Hill, Va., after a year's service overseas. Wm. Knowles, President, Ellin Knowles, Soc- Treas, J. Creonblat, Mflr. James F. Phillies, Asst. Managtn. Pensacola Maritime Corporation Steamship Agents, Ship Brokers, Chartering and Freight Brokers STEAMERS AND SHIPS BOUGHT AND SOLD EXPORT AND BUNKER COAL AT ALL GULF PORTS Pensacola, Fla. Cable Address, "Maritime, Pensacola" TAKE THAT PICTURE YOU MEANT TO HAVE FRAMED TO The Clover Studio 196 North Palafox Street Opposite Transfer Station Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gathleny and son, Leo have gotw to New Orleans, lo visit for two weeks. Misi Willie Barclay, who has re cet.tly returned home after a year's service overseas as a Red Cross nurse it ft yesterday for Mobile where she will visit as the guest of Miss Bessie Jones. Mrs. Ed. L. Anderson left yesterday morning for Florala, Ala., to spend several days visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Yniestra and lirtle daughter Gwendolyn have returned home after a delightful trip visiting Louisville and other joints in Kentucky, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio. Buffalo and Niagara Fulls. N. Y., and Queenstown, Canada. Friends are cordially greeting Dr. Ginsberg, who has arrived home from Camp Dix where he was released from the service a few days ago. Dr. Ginsberg arrived in America on June 7th. coming on the Regina D'ltalio landing at Hoboken, after time spent in service overseas. He storped a short time at Gibraltar and the Azores enroute home. He was accompanied by his sisters. Misses Sadie and Nettie Ginsberg who met him in New York. Lieutenant J. S. Copeland. who was J stationed at the Pensacola naval air j station has been placed on inactivo j duty and is visiting a short time at j the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Creary, j Jr., of Memphis has returned home aft- j er a ten day's visit with his parents. j Miss Grace A. Hamilton, recreation- j al secretary of thf Patriotic League, j now at Camp Seabreeze, spent yes- j terday in the city, returning to camp ! in the evening. Mrs. Louise Queyrouse, of Houston. Texas, who has been visiting in Pen sacola with her sister, Mrs. M. I Roch. is now a guest at the home of her niece, Mrs. B. J. Trobok. Mrs. A. M. Lappington and son, John. who have been visiting MVs. I.appington's mother, Mrs. John Wood. for the past two weeks, have returned 1 to their home in Mobile. ! Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Patterson, of ! Mobile, are expected to arrive in the city within a few days to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. I Vogle at their home on Brainard street. Friends rf Miss Virgie Reed wi'.l cordially welcome her home on her where she has been visitin? as the ! guest of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Phillips. While in Jacksonville, Miss Reed was ! Man Loses Hundreds of Dollars "I am sorry I did not hear of Mar's Wonderful Remedy a few years ago, as it would have saved me several hundred dollars. Five years I suf fered from indigestion and revere bloating. I grew worse all the time. My doctor said an operation would be all that could save me. I took a course of Mary's Wonderful Remedy instead and for the past year h.v? been entirely well." It is a simpte, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intes tinal tract and allays the inflamma tion which causes practically all stom ach and intestinal ailments, includ ing appendicitis. One dose will con vince or money refunded. Crystal Pharmacy and Druggists Everywhere. Adv. FRESH ARRIVAL LITTLE NECK CLAIMS from New York Served on the shell in San Carlos Restaurant, and also in the soft drink bar. Mmday Specials at o Best grade plaid Gingham Effects 1 r yard f r .T Dress Ginghams, worth 30c 1 Qr yard f.C 36-in. Fine Cambric (soft finish) 25 C yard , EXTRA SPECIAL 40-in. Voile, fine texture 48 C yard 36-in. Plaid and Stripe Silks SI. 75 yard Nice quality White Lawn 1 Sr yard One lot Ladies' Bloomers 95 C Special Values Ladies Lisle Seamed Back Hose 25 C pair Ladies' Silk Hose, seamed back 73 C pair Children's Fine Ribbed Hose, black and white 37c pair BALCONY SPECIALS Silk Poplin Skirts $3.79 each Georgette Crepe Waists S3. 79 each .. . . . Ladies Hats at HALF PRICE Ladies Petticoats Silk, Jersey, 95 C T0 S8 95 Messaline and Percalines . . . Children's White Dresses gO Q5 TO gfi 45 Fine Organdy T Ladies and Children's Bathing Suits at Great Reductions White Gabardine Skirts $1.25 at . . . New Waists Organdy and Voiles J J0 Special for Monday There's Always Something HERE to interest Shrewd Buyers COME IN. POSS9 Bry (todls Store Everything New That's Good 31 South Palafox Street