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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1919.
PHONE 43 FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To Insure publication society new should reach the Journal office not later than p.. m. All com munieationa should be alined, not for publication but aa guarantee o t good faith. n DAILY THOUGHT. M M . M Not tmly strike when the iron U M ia hot, but make it hot by strik- K W lng. CromwelL 58 M Just seeming happy. Just seeming happy is a fine thine to do! Looking on the bright side rather than the blue; Sad or sunny musing Is largely in the choosing. And Juat - seeming happy is a brave thing to do ! Just seeming happy helps the other folks along. The Journey may' be toilsome, and they not strong, last's try to loose a fetter, -And make the world seem better By stepping to the music ofKa bright ' bit of song. 4S y' And seeming happy is the right thing to do, Bravely smiling 'at our tasks the whole day through, ' Hope to hope be matching. Cheerfulness ia catching. Just seeming happy will help make it true ! Church Progress. DOUBLE WEDDING. One of the prettiest double wedding seen in Orlando took place ' at tho Methodist church yesterday afternoon when Miss Leila Craig became tha bride of Mr. Leslie Tucker, f.f this city, and Miss Little Craig became the bride of Mr. Claud Street, of Bradentown. Itev. J. R. Cason officiating, says the Orlando Exchange. The church was prettily decorated with ferns and cut flowers from tne Violet Dell Florist. Attending Miss Lottie Craig and Mr. Street were Mis Idell Leaf, of Winter Haven, and Mr. Mark Lance, of Haven Park. Miss Lelia Craig and Mr. Tucker's attend ants were Miss Gladys Craig, sister of the bride, and Mr, Joe Miller, of Xlalne "City. ; ' Wilson's Daughter Start's Field Meet FUTRELLE-GRIFFITH. The following taken from a Mont gomery exchange will be of cordial interest to friends in Pensacola: , One of the most beautiful of the summer weddings will be that of Miss Mary. Will Futrelle and Mr. George Edward Griffith, which will be solemn ized Wednesday afternoon at 4:39 o'clock at the Southside Baptist church. The church will be elaborately deco rated In palms and cut flowers and the ceremony will be impressively per formed by Itev. Chas. H. Bolton. i The bridal party will enter - to tha strains of Lohengiln's wedding march, played by Mrs. Lewis Jones. Before the ceremony "At Dawning" and ! Love You Truly will be sung'by Miss Tapia. . Miss Louise Mlckle, the maid of non georgette crepe, and will carry an arm georgette crepe,, adn will carry an arm cluster of Mrs. Kilby roses. The brides maids. Misses Worthington will wear pink and carry pink roses. " erine and Lottie Pitt, who are spend ing the summer there. Mrs. John Encstrora is expected to morrow after visiting for several days in Bagdad. . " Miss Mona Marie Brooks, returned to her home in Mobile yesterday after a short visit in Pensacola as the guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brooks and family at their home on Cervantes street. During her stay she enjoyed a number of delightful social courtesies given In her honor. Mr, and Mrs. Sol Goldring have re turned to the city after an extended visit to points tn the north and east.; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Yates .Mr. anj Mrs. II. A. Beard of the Pensacola naval air station are spending the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wasson at the: Eitzen home on the Bay Shore. ' F Km ... Tdtis s -11 w ; 1 ,i .a WASHINGTON MUs Margaret Wil ton's interest in athletics is Keen. Here la the dauirhted of the president firing the pistol that started the high school athletic meet in Washington, attended Wy army, navy and diplomatic officials. Yery Delicious! Mome-Made Chicken Loaf $1.25 per pound Delicatessen Dep't Iht rvr- fggiaJaaaLAjt Miss Bertha Beovich, 620 West Gar den street, has returned home after a delightful visit in Washington. D. C, and points in the east, accompanying Mr, and Mrs W. V, McNeljr and little daughter. Mrs. Alice W. McMasters leaves to morrow at noon for Ironton Ohio, to visit and from there will go to Ash land, Ky., and other-points, expecting to be absent two months. Mr. Gus Eitzen leaves for IJender sonville, X. C. to visit for. a short time with Mrs. Eitzen and daughters, Cath- DO YOUR EYES PAIN OR BURN U You Go Blind, You Cannot Bay New Eyes Better Try Hollan's Eye Water. Slaxy vision, swollen or inflamed lids, scalding tears or gluing of eye lids together, should call for prompt attention. One of the best eye rein edies is Hollon's Eye Water, for, chil dren S3 well as adults. It is safe. painless and gives certain relief in eases of sore, weak or Inflamed 'yes. In the carton with each 25c bottle of Hollan's Eye Water Is an eye dropper and a small box of salve for :hrona Sore eyes. Your druggist cap uppty you. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. P. K Williams, return home today after enjoying the past two month visiting with relatives and friends at points in Alabama and Ten nessee. .. BABY LOST v iOST Mr. George Shaddock left yesterday I for New York City, where he will be connected with the business firm , of A. B. Leach Co. Miss Mae White left yesterday morn ing for Mobile to spend several weeks visiting with friends. Friends of Mrs. J. C. Long who has been quite ill at her home, 1625 East Gadsden street, will be glad to know that she is reported as rapidly improving.- Miss Mildred Scott, of Tallahassee, who has been visiting as the guest of Miss Genevieve Carter, 31S West Do Soto street, will spend nest week as a guest at . the home of Mr. and Mh. R. F. Mitchell and family on North Twelfth avenue. ALL HER Hit - From Eczeza. llezi Scxo AnOYenCHcmnb, "Whan my baby was Tery little sh broke eat with white buster lamt wotua oiy up later on and then break out again. Her head was sore all over. She would fret and her hair came out until she did not have enough to cover her bead. We were told it was eczema. "I sent for a free sample of Cuti cura. I purchased more and I used one cake of Soap and one box of Oint ment when she was healed." (Signed) Mrs. R. C. Hunt. McCool, Miss. Cuticura Soap.Oiatment and Tal cum usually prevent skin troubles. Soap 25c, OntaMBt SB mmd 50c. Talcnaa Sc. Sold throughout the world. For sample each free address : "Coticnra Lab ntorm, Dept. H MIm, Mm fSCaticara Sosp aha witkevt sms. CITY NEWS BRIEFS. B9 - a m Sergeant George P. Coxwell, U. 8. A-, engineer corps, has returned home from overseas duty and is now con-. nected with the L. & N. R. R. at Chip ley, Fla. Miss Edna Finch returned home yes terday afternoon after an extended visit in Mobile as the guest of Mr. nad Mrs. Frank Courtney and other friends. Misa Wilybell Graham, of Pace. Fla, arrived In Pensacola yesterday morn ing . to visit for several weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Priver. 1109 North Ninth avenue. Mrs, Nat Kaiser has arriver from At lanta to' Join Mr. Kaiser who- arrived several days ago to spend a short time visiting, in Pensacola. They are stopping at the San Carlos. Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser formerly resided here and are "being, .welcomed by many old friends. Miss UHie Taylor returns home to morrow after enjoying an outing speut up the sound. Friends of Mrs. R. W. Goodhart who is undergoing treatment in an in firmary at Mobile will be glad to know that she is-reported as improving. Miss Myrtle Rice after enjoying a delightful visit in , New York City, Washington. D. O., and other points is now at Greenville. Ala where she goes to serve as maid -of -honor at the wedding of Miss Mary Beeland which taUea niare on Tuesday, arriving in Greenville in time to participate In the many pretty ante-nuptiai aitairs pe ing given for the. bride-elect. I SAVE YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Kase, the antiseptic pow der to be shaken into the shoes, not only stops the pain of corns and bunions, anl gives quick relier to sweating, calluoua. tired, aching, tender feet, blisters and ore spots, but Allen's Foot-JUase reata the feet, keeps them cool and comforta ble all the time, saving the constant wear wear on shoes caused by constant nerv ousness of the feet. Shoes and stock ings wear twice as long when you walk In comfort. Try Allen's Foot-Eease to day. Deputy Sheriff George Hall la ill at his residence on West Garden street, Mrs. A. C. Paul, recently arrested in connection with an alleged poison case, is still being held in the county jail, having failed to furnish bond, but it is said that the case against her and the proprietor of a Palafox street restaurant is to be dropped, as the bottle of coffee, alleged to have con tained the poison, was damaged in be ing sent to the state chemist. Mrs. Colson is the guest of Capt. and Mrs.. T. 8. Caro, at their West Chase street home. - Miss Yvette Caro has returned from a visit in New York and .Charleston. The working committee of 25 ap pointed to assist in obtaining the pur chase centennial for Pensacola, has been increased to include Wayne Thomas, Peter Rollo and Ben Clutter. News from Mr. and Mrs. Charles The next time you buy calomel ask for The purified and refined calomel' tablet that are nauseales, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c rnch jsP Visit I SuMMiPt, a?l?53SS. t its to rry , - -Sbf of Aotei8! o fS CPJi you C ;c!mfj. . V-r COn lUl HTTTl IMS , W ,.,(....,- 1 r 1 1 i 1 f . i rm I" I . i r il'iril I 4t,,4-;;,i exults 0 " Till We Meet Aain ItvT Tew beautiful melodies, marvcl- luki Haweuto Orchestra, make oerfect Vffj dances. Hawaiian music set in waits v time has a witchrv nil it otarn Jt . ' " w j av ? aa a V, a novelty that will appeal to you. W : ' A-2743- C5c 5, Sweethearts !-The Music of Arfedding Ghinies' . UTiere is no music like the music made by merry wedding bells. Here is a song that tells the world's . oldest and best-loved story in new and beautiful melody. Coupled with Uear Uld bue, a song of tender sentiment ; ung by Henry Burr. A-2749 85c k er rm m a i - a a MRU X'-Xfj i . I nnnn I 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 i- u Nobody's Ccsiaass Cut Llj V ' My Little Sundhine-a Son rt Joy and buth and Lxw3 This simple love song radiates happiness, shimmering like a shaft of sunshine entering a darkened, room. Coupled with "How Can You Say Good-Bye?" Sun by - Irving and Jack ICauf man. A-2754-OCs. A Few Mcro MideMe-th HiSa Everybody WanU a Key to My Cellar" . "It's Nobody's Ccsiaass Bert WimarntlA-C7C0 ianu ) -TII Cay Ch Does'1 Foa Trot ; Sweatraan't Original Jat Dan4 A-27C2 uisuie -rox iroi "Kbs Me iaw Valti . ... . . Columbia Orckeatrs ) A-01 1 1 "Life and Lore" Walta . . . . . . Columbia Orchestra j 01. S3 New Columbia Hecord$ on SaU'th 10th end 20th of vcry Heath COtUMBIiVORAPHOPHONE COMPANY, Nsw York ' 'A'" We Carry Fyil Stock of twenty different Htwaiian Sckctiono Just in, ten of the Latest Improven 525 Grafonolao. Get youro now J7hib we have them. Cash or Credit. i 1 (1: .t ii n O n i . , . , . Tie fa VV ViiU V Joe Manassa, Jr., Llanancr. Ilervey, who are touring the west, comes from them at Glacier Park. They will later go to-i-os Angeles and will be away until October 1. Auditing of the city's books has been completed by Frank Ilagerman and Mr. Hagerman will probably make his report to the board of commis sioners at their Monday meeting:. Mr. Hagrerman is now compiling a com parative statement of receipts and disbursements for the Information of the commissioner, i . The price of men's clothes Is going up with the increased cost of living, according to Thomas P. White, of the John White tore, who has returned from a buying trip to New York. Mr. White stated that he was Just in time to purchase a line of stock at the old price and would give" his customers the benefit. The advance sheets of the city tax list have been placed in the h? " of the printers and will be t'.":.ti August 21. William Y- Lewis. Jr.. has Just re turned from Mexico, where he been employed as superintendent of oil' wells for several months. He is spending a short time with his fam ily on East DeSoto street, and will return to Mexico. Sheriff Van Pelt auctioned off the old McMillan home. East Gregory street, yesterday, the property being purchased by J. E. Taylor for $6,009. Two seaplanes from the local naval air station made a short etop at Mo bile Thursday morning, enroute to pemopolis. .Ala One of the negro prisoners at tbe county Jail created mild excitement yesterday afternoon when he tied a string to a tin cup and ewun the cup from an upstair window, hoping to get passers-by to drop pennies lats it. One of the rsra told the JxU auUirriUza about it ei if nerro was locked up In another cell. ' The Pensacola chamber of com merce yesterday received a wire from A. M, Wade, chemical engineer, of New Orleans, asking whether boats operating from or near this city coylJ be depended on for a supply of frees II to SO barrels of sperm oil. , Henry Hawthorne, nero. arrested by Captain of Police IU I CUttn. of the naval air station, for ttseJlrj and having In his possession oerrr taken from planes t the atatica. ptesdsd guilty Dc?re t5;e IftUttJ Ctates commissioner yesterday afttr noon and was feocd ever to awxtt Cae next teres of tzZxrm.1 eourt. tZsz ZZz derson. another nerro, la la the county Jail chaired with weartny part f the navy uniform, having been take Into custody by Capt. flatten. Deputy Eherlff R. II. t)nctn Wtt Uat nl.t fcr Xlllton to brtna a cntr txxii t this elty.