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Women an d Events
Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m.
NSACOLIANS ATTEND -R0BERT3-WIENAND
jr. Walter Roberta has returned to
the city from Mobile, where he went
o attend the wedding of his brother,
Csptata E. J. Roberts. Of the mar
Mr thP Mobile Regrl9ter says:
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pr. w r. iuiuvw i uuiupauu, ill ntjw
r,gstor of the Government Street Pree
irterinn church, performed his first
jrirrlase service since coming: to
jfoMlo when - he tied the love knot
risking Miss Mildred Wienand, one of
the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
j. H. Wlenand, the wife of Captain
Ed. J. Roberta, the wedding taking:
place at the home of the bride Wed
nchday evening1 at ft o'clock.
The bride and groom's families in
cluding the out-of-town guests, Mr.
nd Mrs. R. C. Nelson, of Chicago;
jlr. Walter Roberts, of Pensacola.
brother of the groom, and his sister,
Mrs. Celina, Minnich. of Kalrhope;
vr. Roberts, mother of the sr room.
also from Fairhope, and her daughter,
Camilla Roberta, were those present
it the ceremony, following which an
tr.formal wedding reception was held.
The weddmg was sweet In its simplic
ity and lmpressiveness, the house be
ta? decorated in a color tone of green
and white with flowers and palms,
making it a fitting bridal bower for
the plighting of the troth. The wedding
march was played by the bride's
sisters, her twin, Lucille "Wienand, fur
nishing the violin accompaniment to
the piano, played by Miss Lois Wie
nand. Wearing a navy blue velour suit
with hat to match, which was most
becoming to her fair blonde coloring.
Miss Wienand made a' lovely bride,
her shoes and gloves being in the
brown shade and her wedding: coquet
was fashioned of bride's rosea. .
Congratulations were offered the
happy couple after their marriage and
refreshments of ice cream, cake and
punch were served the guests, the
bride's cake being: heart shaped and
Captain Roberts and his bride left
last night for New Orleans to spend
a two weeks honeymoon over there
and upon their return will make their
home at Fairhope, where a furnished
home awaits them, and also an auto
mobile, which was the groom's gift
to his bride.
Captain Roberts, who for a number
of years has been captain of the bay
steamer Apollo, enjoys the esteem of
many friends, and is sharing with his
young wife the best wishes of these
fnends, who expressed their congrat
ulations in some handsome wedding
presents, nearly everything being in
ilrer, which wilt add beaut v to the
comfortable furnishings of their east
ern shore home.
ATTEND NATIONAL AMERICAN
Ir. and Mrs. F. A. Bring and Miss
Agnes McKinna left last night for New
Orleans, where they go to attend tho
National American Health Association,
which convenes for its twenty-seventh
innual meeting in the Crescent City
Monday morning for a session of four
days. rr. Grace Whitford, who is on
the program for a paper on school
FOR TWO YEARS
Scaly Itchy PlacesTu rned to
Glisters. Cuticura Heals.
"Scaly, itchy places began on my
face and then they turned to blisters.
My skin was sore and red, and it
burned and itched till I scratched so
that my face was one solid eruption.
I could not sleep, and my face waa
disfigured for two years. This trouble
lasted nearly five years.
"I got a free sample of Cuticura.
I used it with such good results that
I purchased more. Three cakes of
Cuticura Soap and three boxes of
Cuticura Ointment healed.' (Signed)
Edward Oler, R. F. D. 4, Oldfort,
Term., Mar. 11. 1919.
These fragrant emollients are all
you need for all toilet purposes.
Soa 25c, OintaMBt 25 mmi 60c. Talevm
2S. Sold throughout tha world. For
.ample each free address : "Orticara Lak
ortrrl , D.pt. H. MaJdaaw MM."
laM) Coticwa Soap ihtTci with oat arag.
Fancy Bloater Mackerel,'
each 35c; 10 lb. pails, $2.60.
Aunt Jemina's i Buck
wheat Flour, 17c. V
Aunt Jemina's Pancake
Flour, 17c. . '
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hygiene, leaves for New Orleana to
day. Represented at the convention
"win be prominent health ftfriMt.
all parts of the United States and
"Dr. and Mrs. Brink, will spend the
"n. in iew orieans and before re
Lu.n,ngnome win spend a Week In
Mobile with friends. Miss McKinna
will go to Jacksonville after the con
ference, later returning to Pensacola
for a few days before returning to
Jacksonville to begin her work there.
Dr. Whitford will return to the citv
wier me ciose of the convention.
The Caxtons meet with Mrs. W. F.
ween, Monday afternoon, at 3:45
o ciock. Mrs. Harry Lurton will lead,
with the following questions for study:
1. Zoroastrian ism-
Mithras and Analtis.
Story of Sohrab and Rustum.
Origin of "Tiro Thousand and
JUNIOR AND WEE FOLKS
MIS8ION BAND MEET.
The Junior and Wee Folks Mission
asanas of the First Presbyterian
church hold their second meeting for
vciorjer at thev manse tomorrow af
ternoon at 4:30 o'clock. A full at
tendance is urged.
OLD LADIES OF WOMAN'S HOME
DELIGHT LARGE AUDIENCE WITH
One of the loveliest and most uni
que entertainments given in the city
m some time waa that played by the
old ladles of the Woman's Itnmn in
the high school auditorium last night
io a large and appreciative audience.
The nature of the entertainment, which
consisted of tableaux scenes with a
few other members to lend variety,
came as complete surpirse. The old
ladies enthusiastically carried out
their parts and the audience entered
Into the epirit with vim and enthu
siasm. A .substantial Bum was realized
which will add materially to, the
building fund for the new old people's
Mrsv'M. E. Batts made a short ad
dress In which she spoke of the great
needfor the new home. She expressed
the appreciation felt for the efforts of
the old ladies of the home, who have
been so anxious to do a part and who
have so eagerly embraced this oppor
tunity to assist in raising the building
fund for the home, and expressed
thanks to all of those who have so
ably supported the entertainment.
Following her address, the hymn.
Nearer My God to Thee." was sung
by the old ladies in chorus.
The curtain first opened on a tab
leaux scene showing Queen Victoria
with her ladies in waiting and pages.
The background for this -scene was a
rich and gorgeous one. Queen Vic
toria sat in stately grace upon a richly
carved throne. Appropriate to her
Highness' advanced years, she wore
an elegant gown of black satin with
white lace overskirt. Her black satin
slippers were bejeweled and brilliant
gems covered her fingers. Her royal
head was crowned with a diamond
tiara, A diamond necklace waa
clasped about her throat and a great
diamond brooch adorned her bodice.
Her ladles-in-waitlng wore rich gowns
of pink and white satin with heavy
embroidery and scintillated with bril
liant jewels. Her pages were dressed
in handsome suits bearing the royal
coat-of-arms. During this tableaux,
''God Save the Queen" was played by
Between this and the next tableaux
a reading, "The Broken Heart," was'
given by Mrs. J. H. Peshon.
The next scene showed tEmpress
Eugenie of France surrounded by some
When Man Shaves
Most men do shave every day because of the commercial
value of a clean shaven face. It takes good shaving sup
plies to accomplish good resulfs. Buy your shaving sup
plies here. Razors, blades, stroppers, strops, soaps, brush
es, mugs, and mirrors.
Place Your Order Now With
NELLIE M. BOYSEN, Florist
Phone 1800 18 West Garden
For Choicest Flowers on All Souls' and Saints' Day.
Chrysanthemums Large, Medium, Small.
Carnations--Pinki White and Red. - ,
Roses Pink, White and Red. , .
Of her ladies. The empress. In a han
pome gown of white silk iac nm
satin resplendent with Jewels and with
ner coirrure done high, made a lovely
picture against the rich background.
She sat in a graceful attitude of at
tention on her throne as the stirring
strains of the "Marsallles" came from
A humorous reading, -How to Cure
wio iooinacne," was given by Mrs. M
W. White. ....
A a. m ...
me nrst strains of the "Star
Spangled Banner" were struck by the
orchestra, the curtain we i
ing Betsy Roaa earnestly engaged in
""ng or tne first United States
flag. She wore th hnmA.n..
- ..-.uwyuu ureas
maaein the becoming style of that
na aamty White fichu and cap.
Unfurled -and faning from her lap
were the stripes and stars of the flag
. ,u aa aunost completed. Af
, rousing cheers greeting this
Picture -The Shtverie" was given by
Mrs. Johnnie Campbell.
"Martha Washington's Tea Table
was next shown. Grouped around a
table, prettily appointed for the serv
ing of tea were several ladles wearing
the picturesque costumes of the days
of 76. As the tea was poured and
drunk and they eat engaged in con-
v"""'1' me orcnestra played "Hail.
v-uiumuia, iiappy Jand."
Followine: this ina m. n
. a. a cui i-
tion. Bid . Me Not, Dear Mother." by
- . xi. jreeroon.
A tableaux, "Mother of the Con
teaeracy." against a background of
v.icueraie nags and Insignias, elic
ited hearty applause. The mother of
the Confederacy, dressed in gray with
unty wnite cap, was busily knit
ting. ''Dixie" was played by the or
chestra. "Rock of Ages" was shown when the
curtain rose again, almost a perfect
reproduction of the famous nalntin
by that name. During the time that
r .i. i
uua snown, - ttock or Ages" was
softly played by the orchestra.
The Statue of Liberty was the last
and one of the loveliest of the tableaux
shown. The curtain closed Just as the
last notes of 'Xolumbia. the Gem of
the Ocean, were played.
The program closed with 'Home,
Sweet Home." sung by the old ladies.
With the audience Joining in.
Aside from the program one of the
interesting features of the evening
was the address- made by Dr. Lou la
deM. Blocker, president of the Cham
ber of Commerce. He gave an .ex
cellent talk and urged that the cam
paign be kept up until $25,000 is raised.
we saia he knew the Meeds of the
home and would aid in an active cam
paign next month.
Dr. W. E. Mcllwaine presented
beautiful bouquet of flowers, which
Were sent by Mrs. J. C. Green.
At the close of the evening, a pretty
courtesy, coming as a surprise to the
oia ladies who took part in the play,
was shown them when each one was
presented with'a box of candy, these
having been given through the cour
tesy' of the following Pensacollana!
Hamilton Russell, Sol Cahn, Balkcom
1 STOMACH UPSET?
Gt at the Real CauseTake
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. , Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment clogged
liver and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the liver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions, away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
Have you a bad taste, coated
tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't
care feeling, no ambition or energy,
trouble with undigested foods? Take
Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards Olive - Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief. Eat what you like. 10c and 25c
X and S
To abort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that arev
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Price 35c t
Drug Store, Centraf Pharmacy, Hargis
Pharmacy, Crystal Pharmacy, Hannah
Pharmacy, White Pharmacy Dr. Bryan
and Max Heinberg.
The tickets were received at the
door by Mrs. Lee MacDonnell, assisted
by Mrs. H. E. Melton. Music was fur
nished by the high school quartette
Old ladies taking part in the play
were Mrs. S. E. Lewis, who took the
part of Queen Victoria: Mrs. Jennie
Campbell, who acted as Empress Eu
giene; Mre. J. H. Peshon, Mrs. M. W.
White, Miss Eva MacMahon. who was
"Rock of Ages;" Mrs. S. A. Holden,
''Mother of the Confederacy; Mrs.
Fannie Johnson, Betsy Ross, Mrs.
Nancy Knight, Mrs. Mary Lynch,
Statue of Liberty. Eunice, the little
daughter of Mrs. E. Howard, acted as
one of the pages.
The splendid program was originated
and arranged by Mrs. E. Howard,
matron of the home, to whom much of
the credit for its success is due; .,
The entertainment was given under
the direction of Mrs. M. E. Batts, ably
assisted by Mrs. A. H. Green, first
vice-chairman of the building com
mittee for the new home, and the sub
committee on entertainment composed
of Mrs. A. O. DeWeese, Miss Nell
Burrow. Mrs. Clarence Frenkcl and
the following members of the building
committee: Mrs. Lee MacDonnell,
chairman; Mrs. A. IT. Green, first
vice-chairman; Mrs. H. E. Melton,
second vice-chairman; Mrs.- II. S.
WHY NOT RELIEVE
THAT COLD NOV2
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is
noted for Its effectiveness
YOU'LL, find the small cost of "a
generous bottle of Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey a sum well spent
when you learn how promptly and
efficiently and comfortably it helps re
lieve that lingering or new cold or
Its balsamic and healing antiseptics
are unsurpassed in promoting ease
from distressed bronchial tubes, help
ing to loosen phlegm, congestion, and
allaying inflammation. Children, too,
like its pleasantness. Thousands every
where use it the minute they feel a
cold coming on. Get a bottle at your
druggist's to-day 30c, 60c, 11.20.
Keep the Family's Bowels Open.
The liven of be yoanr ones end grownups
ethreji the : Wle flowing frcdy. their systems
Cleansed of irrmnrlriM. .ritH . fT.- -
f citable Po-Do-Lx. the natural laxative. Get
a bottle torta-y. All drogglta. 6Q c. bottle.
3L? 3E3E 3B5
Women who possess that full appreciation of true economy will welcome this event with enthusiasm. This 20 per cent Discount Sale la an
occasion that has startled Pensacola with its wonderful value giving. It surpasses beyond conception other previous offerings. Prices on raw
materials have advanced to unthought of levels, this combined with disturbed labor conditions and curtailment of production has created the pres
ent niarket conditions, therefore, this sale brings to you greater savings on garments of recognized value, style and individuality. Be sure to be
here. You cannot afford not to come. Everything In the house has been drastically reduced for this all Important sale,
Your unrestricted Choice Everything in the House Reduced 20 Per Cent. Original Price Tags Remain on All Garments.
Make Your Own Reductions.
PER CENT ..OFF
REGULAR MARKED PRICE
FEET HDIIrTFEK AS RUHJCDu AS FACES
That's the principle we've worked on for many years. ? We do not
try to force you FEET to fit a certain style of SHOE; .we have
many lasts from which to choose, and our SALESPEOPLE know
how tov select the model that's exactly right.
OCTOBER MARKS THE REAL STARl THE FALL SEASON
And now that everyone needs new Fall shoes, we are glad t report "ALL READY."
Another thing we want to emphasize is that PRICES are now arly as HIGH as you've
been led to believe. '
WE CAN PROVE WHAT WE SAY.
UQd IvQeyeEr SDdcdcb (CoDo
, Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store. '
A delicious confection in a variety that is a delight to the cultivated and refined palate.
Packed in one-pound boxes. Better call in early and get yours, as you can see the supply
is limited it's the best candy value ever offered. Special price
Merwin, secretary; Mrs. J. C. XMinham.
treasurer; Mrs. B. A. McGraw, Mrs.
J A. Paw, . Mrs. R. Lt MoCaughan,
Mrs C. TJ. Roblnsen, Miss Blanche
White. Mrs. J. H. Stiles, Mrs. Dave
ICugelman, represented by Mrs. Clar
ence Frenkel; Mrs T. C. Credllle, Mrs.
James M. Milliard. Mrs. Ed. Gale
Qulna, Miss Nell Burrow.
THE SEASON'S MOST STUPENDOUS MERCHANDISING EVENT j
CSJ L 3B
135 Trimmed Hats, formerly $9.50
Georgette Waists, 5.00 and 6.00
Georgette Waists, $6.50 and $7.50
values . . .
Georgette Russian Blouses, '
$12 and $15 values
Ladles Sweaters, values to $9,
THEY ARE ALL HIGH GRADE CANDY
IN POUND BOXES
"JTieR'escriptfon Store" Phone .123.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Arnold, &07
North Alcanlz street, announce the
birth of a daughter on October 21.
She will bear the name of Emily
Next to A. Henry White & Bro.
"I have found Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to be the best medicine lor
coughs and colds I have over used."
writes Mrs. Walter Oram. (Frankfort, X.
T. "I never tire of recommending it to
my friends. Tast winter when my son
Carl, nine years of age, ihad en attaclc
of croup I gavehlm Cnamberlain's Cough,
Remedy . and It relieved him immediate
ly. I always keep it In the house and
whenever we have used lt the results
hav been satisfactory." Adv.
Qf PER CENT OFF
AJ NOTHING RESERVED
Garment Included In this Radical Dls
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