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, PHONE 43 FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
To Insure publication society new should reach the Journal offlce
not later than p. m. All communications should be signed, not for
publication but as .-. guarantee 0 t good faith.
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Oh, a wonderful stream is the River of
. Time,
As It flows thru the realm of tears.
With a faultless rhythm and a musical
And a broad'nlng sweep and a surge
As it blends with the Ocean of Tears.
How the winters are drifting like flakes
of snow, -With
summers like buds between.
And the years in their sheaves how
they come and they go
On the river's breast, with its ebb and
it's flow.
As it glides in the shadow and sheen!
There's a magical isle up the River of
Where the softest of airs are plying;
There's a cloudless sky and a tropical
clime, ' 1 .
There's a song as sweet as vespers
And the Junes with the roses are
And the name of the Isle is the Long
And we bury our treasures there;
There re brows of beauty and bosoms
of snow;
There are heaps of dust ! Oh. wo
There are trinkets and tresses of
There's a fragment of song that no
body sings.
And a part of an infant's prayer;
There's a lute unswept and sharp with
out strings.
There were broken vows and pieces or
And the frsgranee she used to wear.
There are hands that are waved when
. the fairy shore
, By the mirage is lifted in air.
And we sometimes hear thru the tur
bulent roar
Sweet voices he beard in the days gone
before, - ' . .
When the wind down the river is
fair. . , -' - - ' '
Oh. remember for aye be that beautiful
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All day of life until night.
And when evening comes with her
beautified smile,
And our eyes are closing to slumber
awhile, .
May that "Greenwood- of souls be in
sight 1 ' ,
Benjamin F. Taylor.
Friends tt Miss Mary Beeland. of
dreenville. Ala, are much interested
in the announcement of her approach
ing marriage to Mr. John Glenn Stan
ley, which takes place on the after
noon of August 12th. The following
invitations have been received by
Pensacola friends of the bride-elect:
Mr. and Mrs. William Jeff era n
Beeland Invite you to be present at
the marriage of their daughter. Mary
Louise, to Mr. John Glenn Stanley, on
Tuesday afternoon. August twelfth,
nineteen .hundred and nineteen, at
three o'clock. Methodist Episcopal
church, Greenville. Alabama. -
Miss Beeland has frequently visited
in Pensacola as the guest of Miss
Myrtle Rice and other friends, and
has been very popular with the young
er set in society.
Circle No. 4 of the Tirst Baptist
church held a most interesting meet
In Monday afternoon with Mrs. M. E.
Wilson as hostess at her home on West
Gadsden street. Plans for various
phases of their work were discussed
and outlined following devotional serv
ices and during the social hour enjoyed
afterward cake and punch were served.
In celebration of the 56th birthday
of Mrs. L. Booske, her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Booske,
f West Allls, Wis, (formerly of Pen
sacola) entertained as their dinner
guests last Thursday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Mock. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Red
iskie, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Gohres. Mr. and
Mrs. R. Ii. Sehultey, Mr. and Mrs. B. O.
Webster. Mr. and Mrs. John Vail.
2.10 per dozen
Yesterday afternoon at three fifteen
o'clock a wedding of interest took
place when Miss Frances Sophia Vic
toria Wahlburg. only daughter of Mr.
and : Mrs. L. Wahlburg. became tha
bride of Mr. Herman Ferdinand Ol
sen, of Fort Worth, Texas. The double
ring Swedish ceremony was performed
in the presence of only immediate
friends and relatives by Rev. C. F.
Wahlburg. pastor of the Silver Hill
Baptist church, of Alabama. The cere
mony' was performed at the Lome of
the bride's parents on South Alcanis
The bride was given away by her
father and there were no attendants.
She wore a Paris gown of white silk
batiste, beautifully embroidered and
carried pink astors with fern.
'The ceremony was performed in
front of an improvised altar, palms
ferns and potted plants .having been
arranged to effect an altar. The rooms
were artistically decorated with ferns
and cut flowers. ,
After the ceremony a five course
dinner was served, place cards being
attached to pink astors and placed be
side the plates.
Mr. Olsen left with his bride on
the six forty trains for St. Augustine,
where they will spend two weeks.
When they return they - will make
their home with the bride's parents.
Miss Wahlburg's traveling suit Was
of dark blue serge.
Among the . out-of-town guests at
the wedding were Pastor and Mrs.
Wahlburg and Mrs. Ed Feldt, of Sll-
vtx Hill, Alabama.
Miss Wahlburg is president of the
Business Woman's Club of Pensacola,
is a member and at one time president
of the B. Y. P. U. of the First Bap
tist church and is also a Sunday
School teacher of that church. She
has hosts of friends among social,
business and church circles who will
wish her a most happy married life.
Mr. Olsen was stationed for some
time at the 'local naval air station, but
since being mustered out has been
employed with the Pensacola Ship
building company.
Mrs. Howell Brazil (Mrs. C B.
Lewis) a recent bride and a charter
member of the Five Hundred Club
which, plays for the benefit of the Old
woman's Home, was the honoree when
the club members entertained with a
miscellaneous shower at the home of
Mrs. C. E. Driver, U0 North Ninth
avenue, yesterday afternoon. The
VtnwAa. J W . .
I meeting of the club and Mrs, Brazil
was completely surprised when Mrs.
Driver entered with a wash basket
saying that evidently the washwoman
had made a mistake Jn delivering her
clothes. Upon investigation the bas
ket was found to contain an assort
ment of lovely and useful articles of
various kinds, which were taken out of
the basket by Mrs. Driver and pre
sented to the honoree. A delightful
social afternoon was enjoyed and a
dainty ice course and punch were
served. Mrs. Frank. I Mayes dis
pensed the punch from a large cut
glass bowl placed In a mass of yellow
blooms. Mrs. Driver was assisted In
serving by Mrs. Edwin King. Mrs.
Roy Jones and Mrs. Leslie Smith, of
Gull Point.
Great baskets of flowers and ferns
added to tha attractiveness of the
galleries and a profusion of summer
flowers and ferns converted the rooms
Into a near-flower garden. The color
motif of yellow was effectively carried
out in the dining room with flowers
and ferns. ' '
Included among the guests were the
honoree, Mrs. Howell Brazil, her sis
ter. Miss Laura EnyarV of Brenham,
Texas; Mrs. , Dick Carroll Mrs. Frank
1 Mayes, Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Mrs.
Chas. CottrelL Mrs. J. G. Joyner, Mrs.
Wade Morgan, Mrs. Ernest Lusk. Mrs.
Ed. Gale Quina, Mrs. "Van Ausdale,
Mrs. Frank Welles, Miss Blanche
White. Mrs. Chas. A. Born. Mrs. Wal
ter White, Mrs. Malcolm White. Miss
Genie Bogart. Miss Occie Clubbs, Mrs.
Edwin King, Mrs. Roy Jones. Mrs.
Leslie Smith, of Gull Point; and the
hostess, Mrs. C. E. Driver.
The canning center at the Pensa
cola high school, in charge of Miss
Grace Andrews, closes Thursday. The
rooms open at 9 o'clock that morning
and nothing. will be received for can
ning after 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
Tomorrow morning work begins at
S O'clock snd the rooms will be closed
at 1:45 on account of the launching
at the shipyard.
The canning center has been the
scene of much activity during the
season and quantities of material have
been canned for future use. Fruits,
meats, vegetables, soup mixtures, spa
ghetti, in short, anything that is can
nabic, has been canned and all of the
work has been in complete charge of
Miss Andrews, a young girl from
Pleasant Grove, Fla, whose present
enthusiasm for the. work was fostered
by Miss Lonnie Landrum, at one time
county demonstrator for Escambia
when Miss Andrews was a schoolgirl
member of the Girls' Canning Club at
Pleasant Grove.
Miss Andrews will be in the junior
class of the Pensacola high school
next year and after finishing high
school hopes to be a county demon
stration agent, and later go to college.
If ambition, enthusiasm and determi
nation have anything to do with it.
Indications are that she will excel in
her chosen profession. Miss Andrews
was ass tan t home demonstrator lasi
year to Miss Helen Carter and to Mrs.
J. W. Kehoe.
The weekly choir rehearsal at the
First Baptist church which was to
have been held on Thursday evening,
will be held Wednesday evening in
stead, at 7 o'clock, just preceding the
prayer meeting. A full and prompt
attendance is requested.
Doesn't hurt at all and costs only
a few cents
Magic! Just drop a little Freetone
cm that touchy corn, instantly it stops
aching, then you lift the corn off with
the finders. Truly! No humbug!
Try Freezone! Your druggist sells a
tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to
rid your feet of every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toes, , and
calluses, without one particle of pais,
soreness or irritation. Freezone is the
ditcorery of a noted Cincinnati genius.
Mrs. Jack Bergin and Mrs. A. F,
Hummels, of New Orleans, were the
guests of the Priscilla Club when they
held an apron shower for the annual
bazaar yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
A M. Le Francois and Mrs. II. L.
Maneely as joint hostesses at the
home of Mrs. Le Francois, 303 East
Gadsden street. Sun flowers senlas
With palms and ferns were effectively
used in the rooms and fruit punch
and Iced watermelon were served. A
number of dainty and useful aprons
were placed on display. Another apron
shower will be held by the club within
a month.
Ben Jones, of the famous Wild Cat
division, recently returned from
seas duty, was the guest of honor one
day last week when his sister, Mrs.
M. C. Boley, as an-expression of their
joy at his safe retura home. Invited a
number of friends in for the evening.
Buntlnc and flaas with flowers ran-toA
out the idea of patriotism in the rooms
Music, games and dancing were en
joyed and light refreshments were
served. Mrs Boley was assisted in en
tertaining by her mother, Mrs. G. Jones,
or uaKiieia.
The Daughters of the King'will hold
their regular meeting' at the parish
house (Christ Episcopal church) Friday
evening at 6 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wells, of New
York. (Mies Margaret Mlchie) whose
marriage was recently celebrated at
the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
8. Keyser in Norwalk, Conn, are
spending the summer at Marble Head,
Mass. .
Miss Lucy Gerelds, of Birmingham,
returns home today after visiting for
a week in Pensacola as the guest of
her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Gerelds.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Taste, who are
on an extended motoring trip through
Miss Kelly Tell How Lydia
. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Restored
Her Health.
Newark, N. J. "For about three
years I suffered from nervous break-
uor. ana cot so
weak I could hardly
stand, and had head
aches ererv Hv T
Tytried everything" I
cvuiu uiinn ox ana
was under a phy
sician's care for two
years. A girl friend
had used Lydia EL
Pinkham's Vege-
uuie compound and
she told me about
it. From tha first
day I took itl began
to feel better and
now I am well and
able to do most any
kind of wnrV T
bare been reeom-
poend ever since and give you my per
mission to publish this letter." Miss
FLO KKIJ.T 476 Sou 14th St.. KTw.-
The reason this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Com nramrl wait ha tmffnfn1 in r;,
Kelly's case was because it went to the
a. A 1 . . .
roo oi cer xrouDie, restored, cer to a
normal healthy condition and as a result
her nervousness disappeared.
ii canlify tie Complexion
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The Ussasa Ui BcsstiSes
.If or
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples,
liver-spots, etc. Ex
treme cases 20 dars.
Rids pores and tissues of impurities.
Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. At
leading toilet counters. If they haven't
it, by mail, two sizes, 60c. snd $1.20.
VATJONXL TOETCO.. "arim. Turn.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Nicholson ara
spending the remainder of the sum
mer at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. King. 626 "West Garden street
while Mr., and Mrs. King are at Hot
Springs, Ark. '
Lieutenant R. L. C. Keyser, TJ. S.
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keyser ar
rived in New York City yesterday after
two years overseas service. He will
probably join his mother who Is spend
ing the summer at .the Keysers sum
mer home in Norwalk, Conn., later
coming to Pensacola. .
News has Just been received of the
arrival in New York City of Robert
Brent after several years spent abroad
and he is expected in Pensacola with
in a few days. Mr, Brent who repre
sents a large business firm of New
York was in Turkey at the beginning
of the war having lo remain in that
country until peace was declared. He
landed in New York on the S. S. Canada-
Monday, after IT days out.
Miss Florence Van Pelt is the guest
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Van Pelt at their home in Brent.
Master Homer Cornelius Taylor son
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy II. Taylor 722
North Alcaniz street, is enjoying a de
lightful visit in Greenville, 111, as the
guest of his paternal grandmother and
other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Macgibbbons have
returned 'home after. a delightful six
weeks trip visiting in New York City
for three weeks going from there by
boat up the Hudson to Albany, stop
ping at Montreal, Owatta and Toronto
Canada, and visiting the Niagara Falls.
During their stay at the Falls they
made their headquarters at the "Clif
ton". They visited as the guests of
Mrs. Walter HIgglns at her home South
Nyack-on-the-Hudson and enroute
home stopped in Buffalo, Cleveland,
Columbia, N. Y., and Cincinnati. Mr.
Macgibbons who did extensive War
work in addition to his other duties
during the war has returned home rest
ed and much improved in health his
friends are gratified to learn.
Chief JPetty Off icer Donald M. Smith,
U. S. N., stationed at- the Pensacola
naval air station, has returned after a
leave of absence spent with relatives
and friends in Pittston, and other
points, in Pennsylvania,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Driver, sons,
Charles and Doyle and Charles Mayes
have returned after spending the week
end at Pace, Fla, as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Graham and family.
Mrs. "W. W. Whitfield leaves today at
noon far Mobile to spend a month on
the coast of Mobile Bay as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitfield and
W. F. Yoggerst, R. N. McCurdy, E. B.
Muttart, C. L. Smart, U. S. N.s R. F.,
and Ensign Whltmore, U. S. N, of the
Pensacola naval air station, left Sun
day night for New Orleans, where their
headquarters will be temporarily.
Col. R. T Raines, of DcFuniak
Springs and Pensacola is spending sev
eral days in the city nn business, stop
ping at the San Carlos.
Mrs. W. J. Bryan, ' Misses Blanche
Drury, Emma Abernathy, Celeste
Parker, Willie Lowe Drury are mong
a party from Flomaton, Ala., visiting
in the city and making headquarters
at the San Carlos. Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Campbell, of DeFuniak
Springs are guests at the San Carlos.
Among other visitors are : J. D. Russ,
Sr., and J. D. Russ, Jr of Freeport,
Fla., Frank Smith, Milton, Nimrod Mc-
Gulrer DeFuniak Springs.
Mrs. E. Oppenheimer has r-turned
from Montgomery and is with' her son
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Oppenheimer, 603 North Barcelona
Mrs. J. C. Long is critically ill at her
home, 1625 East Gadsden street, her
friends will regret to learn. She has
Just recently returned from Iowa,
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1 . Ihhmuf ill .1
oA Law Com
Jdrtable Col
lar of wide
umn t om lam oo. wot, m. t.
the country are spending a few days J
in Pensacola as guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Perry n East Mo
reno street.
ese ies inED iMEirar
WARDROBE TRUNKS.... . .... v. . $30 to $100
DRESS TRUNKS . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . $15 to $40
SUIT CASES. . .... . . . . ........v. ..... ..$5 to $30
HAND BAGS. ... . . . ........ ...... $5 to $55
A true criterion of the. traveller is the baggage he carries. We
handle only the best, which is just what you. want- baggsge you
can well be proud to point out to the Jporter - as -yours baggage
that not only is attractive, but has the wearing qualities. r 3 ; 1
where she was called by the Illnes
and death of her sister.
Miss Helen Burgoyne returned to
the city yesterday after enjoying a
delightful outing' at Camp Seabreeze
and left yesterday afternoon for Town
Point to Join her family, who have
a cottage there.
Colonel and Mrs. Taylor, at Fort
Barrancas, leave within the next two
weeks for Fort Leavenworth. Kansas,
Col. Taylor having been placed 'on
duty there. During their stay in Pen
sacola Colonel and Mrs. Taylor have
endeared themselves to many friends
in the city and on the reservations.
and general regret is felt at' their de
Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Albert
H. Ledew (Miss . Irma Wheat) and
nephew," Master Dan D'Alemberte, left
Monday for Washington, D. C Phila
delphia, New York City and later go
ing to Providence, Rhode Island, to
visit with Mr. Ledew's relatives be
fore returning home. They expect to
be gone three weeks.
Friends of Mrs. L. C. Donaldson. 401
East Gregory street, will be glad to
know that she Is convalescing after
having been quite ill.
Misses Mollis Sanchez and Jose
phine Hightower have returned home
after a delightful two weeks visit In
New Orleans as the guests of Mrs.
Cetha Jacobs. -.
.Miss Alberta Pourtles, who is visit
ing as the guest of Mrs. MclC. Rams
berger. in Philadelphia. acComDanied
IMrs. Ramsberger on a delightful week
end visit to New York City this week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolfe will entertain
in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary from 7 to 10 Tl'Unsdir
Barcelona street. '
The Flavor Is wnat maKes the des
sert. Blue Ribbon Vanilla Is famous
for delicious flavor, i -
fit To-..:-
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