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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, I9iy.
To Overcome Redness, Tan, Freckles, Blotches FROM 10 A. To Insure publication society news should reach the Journal office not later than p. m. All communications should be signed, not for publication but as r. guarantee o good faith. XiaS 5? 53 DAILY THOUGHT. Greatness lies, not in being strong but in the right using of strength. Henry Ward Beecher. S Hi! 3B 3 S H LOYALTY. He may be rix kinds of a liar. He may be ten kinds of a fool. He may be kicked high-flyer Beyond any reason or rule; There may be a shadow or rule; Of ruin and woes that Impend And I may not respect but I love him. Because well, because he's my friend. I know, he has fault by the billion. But his faults are a portion of him, I know that his record's Vermillion, He is far from a sweet seraphim; But he's always been square with yours truly. All ready to give or lend. And though he's wild and tmruly, I like him because he's my friend. 'I knock him, I know, but I do It ' The same to his face as away And to other folks knock, well they rue It, And wish they'd had nothing to say, I never make diagrams of him, Xo maps of his soul have I penned. For I don't analyze I Just love him. Because well because he's my friend. Selected. ENGAGEMENT MISS MARY BEELANO TO JOHN GLENN STANLEY ANNOUNCED. The announcement of the engage ment and approaching marriage of Miss Mary Beeland, of Greenville, Ala., to John Glenn Stanley, also of Green ville, is received In Pensacola with cor dial interest. Miss Beeland has fre quently visited here as the lovely guest of Miss Myrtle Bice and numbers her friends by the score. The nuptials will be celebrated on the 12th, of August at which time Miss Rice will serve as her friend's maid-of -honor. Of the announcement the Mobile Register says: Mr. and Mrs. 'William Jefferson Bee land of Greenville, Ala., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Louise, to Mr. John Glenn Stanley, the wedding to take place August 12. The above announcement will be of cordial Interest throughout the state. owing to the popularity of both young people, and both being members of two of the most prominent families of the south. Miss Beeland is a pretty and attrac tive young woman of the blond type ant possesses a sweet nature which has won for her many friends wher ever she Is known. She attended school at the Woman's College and was quite a favorite among ber class mates. Mr. Stanley Is the son of Gen. and Mrs. J. B. Stanley, and has but re cently returned from France, where he saw service for twelve months being connected with the 6th division, 151st infantry. He is a young man of fine qualities and is the associate editor of the Greenville Advocate. MISS McKINNA EXAMINES SCHOOL CHILDREN AT GULL POINT. Miss Agnes McKlnna, social welfare worker for Escambia county returned to the city last evening from Gull Point, where she spent the morning In the follow-up work of the examination of school children. During her stay she was the guest of Mrs. L. H. Smith, who took her in her car to visit the various homes. Miss McKlnna re ported that only one case of trachoma was found at Gull Point but many cases of defects In vision and aden oids and affection of the tonsils were found. The parents lent their hearty cooperation to make provisions for the correction of such faults and Mis Mc Klnna says that the next scholastic year promises to be a most success ful one at Gull Folnt. Besides the many natural advantages found at the place the schoolhouse seems to be in good condition and It Is expected that as far as possible all physical de fects found in the children will have been corrected. Miss McKlnna was accompanied by her sister. Miss Jessie Pauline McKlnna, assistant Public Health nurse at Brunswick, Ga, ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE. Mrs. F. S. nichmond will be hostess this afternoon from 3:30 to 6 o'clock when she will entertln with three tables of bridge at the San Carlos. MAMMOTH RIPE OLIVES in glass 50c and SI '. ET20 3heae 1TS1 M. TO 6 P. M. DR- GRACE WHITFORD TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK. Dr. Grace Whitford, chief of the 58! Bureau of Education and Child Wel M j fare of the State Board of Health, who has general supervision of the child H, welfare work throughout the state will fai 'arrive in TAnao..i w; 1 . f - - v.mtvuia una w rrK irom Tampa. She will confer and plan with -vims Agnes McKlnna. social welfare worker for Escambia County in regard to the work to be carried out in this county. Dr. Whitford has visited in Pensacola before and is a woman of unusual charm and attractive person ality, wiring her stay which will probably be for only a few days it Is expected that she will address the women of Pensacola who are interested In the work now being done in the schools. MR8. 8TARKS ENTERTAINS FOR NEW ORLEANS VISITORS. Complimenting Commodore and Mr. Percy S. Benedict and Captain and Mrs. P. S. Schneidau, of Xew Orleans, who were in Pensacola for the yacht regatta and attended the festivities for the celebration of the Fourth, Mrs. B. M. Starks, a charming society ma tron of Louisville, who is visltinp in the city, was hostess Saturday when she entertafrned on board her yacht, the Mc-Jo-El, her guests including Mrt dame V. A. 'Hervey and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hervey. After a delightful cruise on the bay the party visited the naval air station and Fort Barrancas wher they were the guests of Colonel and Mrs. J. H. Hughes for lunch and wero entertained at tea by Major and Mrs. l. E. " Bennett, staying at the fort for the display of fireworks that night. MISS SARAH PARTRIDGE STATE DEMONSTRATION AGENT. At the meeting of the state board of control in Orlando. Miss Sarah V. Partridge was appointed state dem onstration agent to .succeed Miss Agnes Ellen Harris who rec ntly resigned to accept a position in Texas. Miss Partridge has been working un der Aliss Harris for several years and 1 is well fitted for the work and i-t we'l known throughout the state. MRS. LOUISE COHEN TO CELEBRATE 80TH BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Louise Cohen, who has been making her home with hers daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kugelman will make her home in tho future with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolff and in celebration of her 80th birthday Wed nesday will be informally "at home" from 4 to 7 o'clock, at 317 North Bar celona street. TO EXAMINE SCHOOL CHILDREN AT COTTAGE HILL. Miss Agnes McKinna social welfar? worker for Escambia county, leaves this morning for Cottage Hill, when she goes to conduct the examination of school children. She expects to re turn to the city tonight. MEETING LADIES AUXILIARY TO O. R. C. The Ladies Auxiliary to the O. R. C. will me-t at the W. O. W. hall on West Romanna street this afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is urged. ENTERTAINMENT, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY TONIGHT. The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Presbyterian church will en tertain in the Sunday school rooms of the church this evening, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. Games and music wl'l add to the pleasure of the evening and light refreshments will be served. A cordial invitation is extended all members and friends to attend. Have You Visited the Sa.11 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. Resinol ySr that eczema Little watery blisters that appear on the skin and then break, accompanied by angry looking inflamed spots or sores that spread, with intense itching, generally can be described as eczema. Reslnol Ointment aided by Reainol Soap rarely faila to giy immediate relief, and with peraererance, usually clears away the trouble entirely. Anoint thicker at night, tbca bsmdace. S 0M Ir, drrfisi,. Frr fw tmmfiUs wrrit, Kiitttl, Bmliiimrre, Wat. MRS. DICKERSON HOSTESS TO DORCAS SOCIETY TODAY. The Dorcas Society of the Knox Presbyterian church will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. T. G. Dickerson at her home, 909 East Lloyd street. As business of importance is to be transacted all members are re quested to be present. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON. j Mr. r?n1 Mrs Ca, announce Sunday, July I . .y .Ui.ss . Pensacola. .loo Vooer of AtlflltH. the birth of a son on ti. Mrs. Wasser was Alice Waggenheim, of ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET TODAY. The Koyal Neighbors of America will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the W. O. VV. hall on West Roma na jtreet. A full attendance is requested. IN HONOR OF MISS FINLAY. About fifty guest." enjoyed a delight ful evening yesterday when Mr. and I Mrs. O. J. Semmes entertained the younger society set with a dance in honor of their niece. Miss Olive Fin lay, of Memphis. Tenn.. who is visit ing in Pensacola for several weeks as their guest. The apartments were thrown together for the occasion and punch was dispensed all during the evening. Later a dainty ice course was served. i .habitual Constipation Cured in 14 to 21 Days. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially-prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxatrv.- to. tiahiiUHi Constipation. It relieves promptly and should be taken regu larly for 14 to 21 days to induce reg ular action. It Stimulates and Regu lates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c per bottle. JL 1 J- JJ' - 1 FItESH ARRIVAL LITTLE NECK CLAMS - from New York Served on the shell in San Carlos Restaurant, and also in the soft drink bar. If your skin Is unduly reddened, 1 tanned or freckled. Just dab a little ! pure mercolized wax on the face and allow it to remain over night. "When you wash off the wax In the morning, fine, flaky, almost invisible particles of cuticle come with it. Repeating this daily, the entire outer skin is absorbed, but so gradually and gentle, there's r ot the slightest hurt or inconvenience. Even the stubbornest freckles are af fected. The underlying skin which forms the new complexion is so clear, fresh and youthful lookin, you'll mar vel at tne transformation. It's the only thing known to actually discard an aged, faded, muddy or blotchy com plexion. One ounce of mercolized wax, procurable at any drugstore, is suffi cient in most cases. Adv. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Carter. 901 North Barcelona street, has returned home after a short visit in Xew Orleans. Miss Norman Murphy, of OneTika Ala., is expected to arrive in Pensa cola soon to visit a sthe guest of Miss Marion Laney at her home on Cervan tes street. Mrs. C. F. Gonzalez and little rlAinrh. ter. Rhoda Mary, of Bohemia, have returned home after visiting in Mobile with Mrs. James McDonald, (Mrs. Harry Sheppard, of Pensacola, form erly). Mrs. F. A. Hervey and Mrs. C. B. Hervey leave tomorrow for Excelsior Springs, Mo., for a three week's stay. From the Springs Madame Hervey will go to Cornwell. Pa., to visit with her her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Hervey. Mrs. C. B. Her vey will be Joined by Mr. Hervey to go out West for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. B. M. Starks and children, of Louiseville. who have been the guests for several days of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hervey at the San Carlos expect to leave Wednesday on their trim pleas ure yacht, the Mc-.Io-El for a six weeks' soujourn up the sound, stopping at Camp Walton. They will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Starks. of Montgomery, and Mrs. James McN'al ley, of Atlanta. Miss Myrtle Hire left Sunday night for Washington. D. C, and will visit "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to op genuine must be marked with the safety "Bayer Cross." Always buy an unbroken Bayer package which con tains proper directions to safely re lieve Headache, Toothache, Earache Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin moxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents drug stores larger package also. . vspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticaol dester of Salicylic acid. v m J FTORCHEIMER Fashion Shop Carrying- Out the Policy of Our Store, We Opened Our Doors Yesterday for the Begin ning of Our emu- Amiuial Oeairainice S&E Our Clearance Sale does not mean a small reduction it means cutting prices on all our stock, cutting to a price which even we could not buy in the open market. It is essential, that we do this in order to make room for our fall stock. NOW IS AN OPPORTUNITY NOT OFTEN GIVEN NOW We quote prices on a few of the many bargains, but in order to appreciate the wonder ful bargains you must see them. Remember the early shoppers get the best bargains. SUITS Values $22.50 to 97.50 Prices $14.50, $24.50, $34.50 SILK DRESSES Valued up to $125.00 $14.95, $19.95, $29.95, $39.95, $49.95 CAPES Values up to $29.50, tfj "I QpT Clearance Sale tPVO COATS All Spring Coats, assorted colors, styles (J" A QPC and materials, your choice tj) Ao7-r WASH DRESSES White and fancy Voiles and Organdies, a OFF very colossal line to select from at 3 SILK SKIRTS Paulette, Truolette, Baranett Satin, QQ-i- OFF Georgette, Crepe de Chine O O 3 The Ready - to - Wear 9-11 South Palafox Street Opened their Annual July Clearance with a rush yesterday The sale will continue throughout this week, but in order to secure a good selection you must come early. Wonderful bargains are to be had. Call and let u? show you. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Next time you buy Extracts ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon used by the best cooks because "Best and takes Was." Ensign R. B. Langford, U. S. N., ar rived in Pensacola yesterday afternoon from San Diego, Cal.. to finish his course in flyiner at the loeal nvi j air station. He was accompanied by T - - . . . .vim. utngigra ana two small sons who are guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. C. B. Langford. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hoot. Miss Vir ginia Walker and Chief Petty Officer Donald M. Smith, of the naval air sta tion leave tomorrow for a two week's cuting up the sound, stopping at Camp Walton. Chief Petty Officer Smith expects to return after a few days to gc to Pittston. Pa., to spend a leave of absenc' with relatives. Among guests stopping at the San Carlos are: Misses Mary Schrader and Blanche Ellis, Indianapolis; Miss Jane Oliver, of Buffalo; Xorman Howard, New York City: E. Simon, New Or leans; Leonard L. Watkins, Pittsburg: Captain R. P. Doian, Pascagoula; J M. Dannelly. Jr.. Mobile: J. W. Bogn. .' Birmingham: Mr. and Mrs. S. Casamy ano; Birmingha; Miss Ka Blue, A.niitgoinery ; W. A. McLeod, Mobil' and C. G. Alexander. Atlanta. W. C. Lewis has returned to Colum bus, (la., after .spending a few days in the city with Mrs. Lewis, who is vis iting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Zelius at their home on N'orth Spring street. Dr O. I). Hall, radium expert of At lanta. Ga.. Arrived in the city yester- day morning and will be the guest of Dr. W. D. Nobles for a short time. Mr. Joe Jacoby and son, Dewey, left Saturday night for Hot Spring. Ark., where they will spend the next two weeks. During the absence of Mrs. J. B Perkins, who is spending the summer in Kentucky, her residence, 1606 East J L'i Una street is occupied by Mr. and j Mrs. F. H. Mumee. John A. Oertin. son of Mr. and Mrs. C J. Oerting of Pensacola. after spend ing the past four months in Ashe ville, X. C, has gone to Chicago to heiv I Feed My BaV4 I LOVE to feed my baby. It seems somehow something more than just fixing his bottles and giving them to him. It seems like giving htm actual health watching his cheeks grow pink, watching hii little trms sftj legs fill out and dimple, watching him sleep better and irafle ftafttf as he grows stronger and takes a firmer grip on life. It was our old doctor who said, "Try Nestle's. You know he mutt have milk income form and Nestle's it a food mad out of pure milk, only the curds of the milk are broken up and made easier to digest. "It has alrtady added to it just the right amount of cereal just the right amount of sugar. It comes to you a clean, Huffy ponder in an air-tight tin all you have to do is add water and boil. There are none of the germ dangers of raw milk it is the nearest N'titlt'i it pure milk in powder require the further addition of milk. and free from the dangers of home three generations and 4s$ ltdsy tkt as FREE! Enough Ne for 12 feedings. Send coupon I f; Knnf i food Company lept. 202. 130 Williams St., N T. City Plcatc teed tM frt taar kMt in 4 nlal attend the Academy of Fine Arts. Mr. Oerting is studying to be a cartoonist and friends, knowing his unusual tal ent, have 'predicted for him a brilliant future. Miss Lulu Swlnson, of Lusedale, Ala., passed through here last Sunday en route to Pensacola, Fla., where she I name...., I Atittt . I Clr. . The Store for Women WAISTS AND BLOUSES Georgette, Crepe, Crepe ! 1 OFF de Chine 4 BETTY WALES GINGHAM DRESSES Formerly sold up to $16.50, Jg WASH SKIRTS Valued from $3.50 to $24.50 1 OFF. in Gaberdine, Poiret Twills 3 HATS! HATS! America's foremost designers of Women's Hats,-worth from $3.50 to $35, at half gO Qg and gO Qg price ; special assortment at Madame Irene and Successo Corsets, the most high grade line of corsets and undoubtedly the best fitting corsets on today's market, with an expert Corsetierre in charge of fittings and alterations ; in order to have you more familiar with them we offer a discount of 10 per cent during our Clearance Sale. Store Sale thine I know to mother sniSi Itself " And now I lore to ftasl wr (MM with those warm, full toHitt mi tM food that haw taken away fMt frata xaf heart. I know the NeatM Coraptof- 1f3 ts) flad to send yets enffaefc Iff tmi&t ieedines and a Mother Bok ? specialists on how to t akt) Cam m4 ysMtf baby, if you will nil tWMsl coupon below. Thof WtM feud your baby wit htiltn nest, too. form that is already OBWifUd and 1 Always sure an safe, always 1 modification, Kettle! hat stead thtHMlef Urgtit $slf y Mf f4 IB tig til W 14. NESTLE'S FOOD packtte. will spend threo wookji of hot tion, the guest of her grrtUltl Mtrtller Mrs. Condon. While here Ob wM th guest of Mrs. W. EL XoeltM. Mr George Hrent of PenaaooltV, who Will b in Mobile for several month on bual ness, is with Mr. and Mrs. fmnk X. Rute at their homo on 0OYtrrnmomt streets Mobile Register. 4 !rt , v-! a vyvw tOh