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THUJ PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1919.
r "8 f TALLAHASSEE Tiinhi, July 5. Mrs. and Mrs. IFrancla B. Wlnthrop spent Sunday at St. Teresa on an Inspection trip to their lummer home. Mr. and Mrs. Wintbrop win open their house there on July 15th and will spend their vacation months there. Mr. PYank M. Stutts, of Pittsburg, who haa latel ybeen discharged from the United States service in France, 1 visiting- hia sister, Mrs. A. II. Charlevllle. II. J. Charles, of Jacksonville, spent Friday in Tallahassee. Dr. Roy Hancock, who has been -visiting his mother, Mrs. J. B. Mof fett, left Friday for Oklahoma City. Dr. Hancock is a recent graduate of the University of Oklahoma and will practice hia profession in that state. IL M. Moody, of Tampa, was a busi ness visitor to the city last Friday. Aroon? Friday's visitors to the cap ital city were Mrs. A. E. Counter and daughter, of Apalachicola. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion Hon. William N. Sheats left Fri day afternoon for Milwaukee to attend the. annual meeting of the Xatfonal educational Association. Miss Mamie Andrews, matron at the Florida State College for Women, la conducting a party of young jadics on a visit to New England and eastern cities. B. H. Lindsey. of Bonlfay, made a business trip to Tallahassee last Thursday. Miss Jessio C. Meginniss is spend ing several weeks at her cottage at Iaxark. Harry Van Brunt, who served in the U. S. navy, in the late war, has re turned home. Mrs, Clifron Moore and children, Far ah and Frederick, are visiting Mrs:. JFred Mullino. in Montezuma, Ga. Frank T. Wilson has received infor mation that his brother, Lieut. Guy Wilson, who has been in the aviation service, will arrive in America from France in a few days and will visit Tallahassee when he has received his discharge. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Mullino have returned to their home in Montezuma, Ga., after a visit of ten days with Drs. W. Li. and Fred C. Moor, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lord spent Fri day in Qulncy. Mrs. D. O. Connell, after a visit of a fortnight to her daughter, Mrs. F. S. Hartsfield, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brown, of Al bany, spent the week-end in Talla hassee. Miss Louise Carter, of Jacksonville, who has been visiting Miss Katie Belle Atkinson, has returned to her home. The many friends of Mrs. M. R. Bower will be glad to know that she haa re-covered from her recent illnees. Miss Sallie Blake has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Walter L. Taylor, in Quincy. Mrs. Thomas A, Yon and daughter, Iaabelle, are spending severay days with relatives in Jacksonville. After a stay of ten days at Panacea Springs, Mrs. II. II. Cooper, Mrs. Wal ter Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Roberts, of Quitman. Ga.. have re turned. Mrs. Roberts is spending a few days here with her sister, Mrs. Cooper. Xews has been received in the city that Ernest LaUose has reached the United States from France and will reach home in a few days. Mrs. W. McG. Carraway and daugh ters, of Wacissa, spent Friday in the city. Dr. J. W. Demilly returned Monday from a business visit to Jacksonville and South Florida. J. W. McGriff, of Jacksonville, was here Saturday to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Susan E. McGriff. William Harper Davidson, Douglas Henderson and Edwin Barnes are the three representatives of Tallahassee in a party of 45 boys who left Jackson ville Tuesday night in the Wilbur party, to spend the summer at Camp Sapphire, Brevard, X. C. Paul R. Peters, connected with the KODAK FINISHING Careful Work at Moderate Prices. Choice of Dull or Glossy Finish. Work left by 8 a. m. ready after 5 p. m. same day. Kodaks and Films Framing ROX PHOffi SHOP 400 SOUTH PALAFOX Walker and Black store here, spent Sunday at Lamont, with his family. Miss Harriet Sheppard, who is vis iting Tallahassee in the interest of the American Red Cross, is stopping at the residence of Mrs. N. M. Bowen, on North Calhoun street. . Mrs. W. A. McRae and sons return this week from a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, in Georgia. Hall Parker, of Iamonia, was a busi ness visitor to the city last Saturday. Miss Eloise McGriff, of DeLand, is visiting her mother here, having been called home on account of the illness and death of Mrs. Susan E. McGriff, her grandmother. Miss Hariett Harvin, of Houston, Texas, is visiting relatives in the city. Dr. L. Lyons spent Saturday in Meridian on business. Mrs. E. T. Davis and Miss Alex ander spent Sunday in Jacksonville, with friends. Mr .and Mrs. T. P. Berry will leave Tallahassee, July 10, for Cooper, Tex., where they will reside in the future. A pleasant picnic party spending the day at the Lake Bradford Country Club last Thursday consisted of Mrs. J. W. DeMilly and sons, Mrs. P. D. DeMilly and sons, and Mrs. John Mc Kendrick and family, of Miami. Charles Peterman has returned from a visit to his parents in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Maretta have re turned from a visit of several days in Jacksonville. Mrs. Nathaniel Brewer and Miss Eleanor Brewer left Saturday for Massachusetts, where they will spend the summer with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cates and fam ily have returned from Kentucky, where Mr. Cates has- been working for several months in the oil fields. I. M. McAlpin, assistant scout mas ter, led a party of Boy Scouts of Troop Xo. 2, on an overnight hike to Lake Bradford last week. Mrs. A. E. Conter and daughter, after spending two days in this city left Friday for River Junction, where they will visit for a few days before returning to their home in Apalach icola. J. T. Williams, reading clerk of the senate at the recent session of the legislature, and who resides at Pana ma City, was in Tallahassee Saturday on business. Mrs. Patrick Houston, who has spent the winter with her daughters, Mrs. Perry G. Wall and Mrs. George P. Raney, in Tampa, is now here with her son. Hon. J. P. S. Houston. Kenneth MacGowan, of Quincy, spent Sunday In the city. Master Joe Milton Roberts, of Jack sonville, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Smith. Mr. Wallace Allen, of Quincy, was a Sunday visitor in Tallahassee. Captain Charles Trammell, of the judge advocate general's office at Washington, passed through the city Sunday and stopped over to visit his brother, Hon. Worth W. Trammel. Mr. S. May Walker spent Sunday at Pablo Beach. Mr. J. D. Hopkins spent Sunday in Jacksonville. Miss Flossie Myers and Miss Emma Myers spent Sunday in Jacksonville with friends. Mrs. Jessie Thompson has returned home after a visit of several days to her sister, Mrs. W. S. Whldden, at Ferry. Dr. Guy H. Smith, a recent dental graduate of the University of Mary land, after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Smith, left Tues day for Jacksonville, where he will practice his profession with Dr. Tay lor. J. E. Walker and F. W. Reams, of Aucilla, spent Sunday in Tallahassee. Rev. J. Dean Adcock left Sunday afternoon for Lamont, where he be gins a series of meeting in connection with a denominational education pro gram. He will visit several points in the county before his return. On Sunday evening, during his absence Dr. W. G. Dodd, of the Florida State College for Women faculty, filled his If You Only Knew as I do you would try DIAMOND GRID BATTERIES Installed by Men Who Know The only exclusive Battery and Electrical Repair Plant in the city. j BATTERY jSj 1 , ; SERVICE Free Inspection 1 of any Battery . Bring them in. " Expert Ignition Service, Free Distilled Water and Inspection of Any Battery Skilled Workmanship and Repairing: of any make of Battery. BATTERY SERVICE THAT IS O. K. TTft tl ji ne r ensacoia ectnc Garage Chase and Baylen A. J. POCKRUS, Manager Phone 940 pulpit and delivered a most interest ing and instructive address on "World Peace." Miss Ora Crow visited friends in Jacksonville, Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Moffett and dauehters. Misses Connie and Lila Hancock, left Sunday morning for a visit to her son, E. L. Hancock, at Crescent City. L. It. Sanders, of Madison, was in the city on Monday. C. B. Fulton, of Palatka. was a busi ness visitor to Tallahassee on Mon day. Among the Monday visitors in the city was Mr. H. M. Cickers, of Madi son. Mr. E. Mize, of Carrabelie, spent a couple of days here this week on bus iness. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Duval have returned from their honeymoon spent on the east coast, and are now at home on East Call street. Mr. Rozier Catts left Sunday for Key West, after a visit of several days spent with his parents, Clov ernor and Mrs. S. J. Catts. Of great interest to their many friends is the news of the recent mar riage of Mr. Dan Bird Taylor to Mrs. Margaret DeMilly Fenn, which occur red in Jacksonville. Mr. Taylor, who formerly resided here, has lately re turned from oversea service in France and has resumed his position as elec trical inspector for the city of Jack sonville. Mrs. Taylor is a daughter of the late Walter A. DeMilly and a sister of Charles 1. DeMilly, Mrs. Martha Mewsor, Miss Georgia DeMilly and Miss Augusta DeMilly and until very recently lived in Tallahassee. They have a host of friends who pre dict and wish for them every happi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Smith spent Sunday in Jacksonville with their dp-"-Me-. Mrs. W. Clyde Roberts. Mrs. George I. Davis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alonzo Avant in Mount m i i i jr ft The All-Gas Way, the Easy Way If you are not using gas for cooking and heating water you are not getting the best results with the least amount of effort. A Gas Range docs away with all the inconvenience which goes with other methods of cooking, and is as cheap if not cheaper than any other fuel. -You gain nothing but added work and a hot kitchen when you continue the old way. While you have a cool, clean kitchen when you cook the all-gas way. Ranges and heaters sold on easy terms. PENSACOLA GAS tflOMIPAfW 25 and 27 East Garden Street "GAS, THE FAITHFUL, EFFICIENT SERVANT" PEAKE EHECCUDQDCC AIL (DflD 3H TTMEOOG DB E RQ D) V A IL TO UNDER MANHATTAN HOTEL M II This business has grown so rapidly and reached such proportions that it became neces sary to seek larger and more modern quarters. Realizing the necessity of making a change of location, so as to better and more conveniently serve our constantly growing patronage, we have leased the store at 31 WestGarden, which will be our future home. The store has been remodeled and converted into a first class; up-to-date store roo. 'ith every conven ience and comfort for its customers. Goirdlaff ffnitatffon is Extended to &fll To visit us at our new home. We will show you the greatest display of Electrical Fix tures and Supplies ever shown in the city, all backed with our guarantee of dependability. We thank you all for the liberal patronage that has been accorded us assuring you that SERVICE which has ever been a paramount factor in this business shall ever be maintained. Come see us. You are welcome. It will be a pleasure to serve you. PHONE 345 TO) EAKE ELECTRICAL CO 31- -WEST GARDEN- -31