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omen and Events
Phone 38, between 10
OUR NAVY.
Hall to the ships! Our guardians of
the sea, . :-.';"-
Th voice of whose gruns across - the
deep,
Like mighty breakers from a. storm
of. sound ; . .
Awake the glaa echoes from their
sleep.' ,
Swift messengers across the billowy
plain,
They dash the white spray from each
gleaming prow;
numbed warriors with hearts of steel,
whose faltn
Is plighted to their land with patriot
vow.
Controlled and held upon their course
by men
Unto whose hearts feaf is an unknown
guest,- - '
Loyal and true, who hold as privilege
To ever meet their country's least be
. best. ' : . . .
Columbia! Oh, thou hast naught to
i fear ' ..
Whn these are thy protectors on the
s , , sea; -Thy
sons who hold it as a sacred
trust " v- '
To be the guardians of thy liberty
Fair ships! Brave men! "We thrill
with conscious pride.
To know our country claims thee as
her own;
Thy history be traced In words of
light.
Where Valor's deed to Glory shall be
known. -
Welcome! And Ah; that saddest word
farewell!
Tomorrow's sua may see thee far
away; . - .
JLet patriot hearts repeat the patriot
prayer,
Victory and honor guard their glori
ous way!
" ' . - Florida Pine.
MISSGREENHUT MAKES HER
FORMAL BOW TO 80CIETY.
Leaving her school, girlhood days
behind her and taking a peep into the
broader, more venturesome one of
young womanhood Miss Beulah
Greenhut made her formal bow to so
ciety Sunday evening. A profusion of
cut flowers and greenery with Flor
ida palms converted the lower part of
the home into a lovely setting for
the brilliant gayiety of the evening.
Miss Greenhut was charming . in a
girlishly fashioned gown of georgette
with corsage of roses and buds.
The affair was also In the form of
a reception, celebrating the wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Green
hut. As the guests entered"" the re
ception hall they were welcomed by
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Forchelmer, and Dr.
and Mrs. M. A. Llschkoff. In the
music room they were received by, Mr.
and Mrs. Greenhut, Miss Greenhut and
Mr. G. Forchelmer. In the dining
room ices and fruit punch were serv
ed by Misses Ruth Dannheisser, Syl-
r via Kahn, and Bertha Llschkoff.
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR
MISS SELLARS.
Complimentary to Miss Lucille Es
ther Sellars whose marriage to Gor
don H. Keller takes place tomorrow
night Misses Elmlre and Gladys Bell
delightf uily entertained about fifty
friends with a miscellaneousJ shower
at their home on Gadsden street yes
terdaj afternoon.
The - color motif chosen, pink and
green, and prettily carried out in the
effective decorations of the apart
ments which were opened ensuite for
the occasion and in the refreshments
served.
A charmingly novel idea was intro
duced in the presentation of the gifts.
A large cake, elaborately decorated,
centered the beautifully appointed ta
ble In the dinning room where a dain
ty Ice course was served. Miss Sellers
cut the cake which proved to be filled
with a number of gifts and contained
a verse which told where another gift
would be found and so on until the
last, the gifts being distributed in
various parts of the apartments.
The marriage of Miss Sellers to Mr.
Keller will be celebrated at the First
Methodist church tomorrow evening
at 8:30 o'clock. After a short honey
moon Mr. Keller takes his bride to
San Francisco to make their home.
Miss Sellers is a most attractive girl
and popular in a wide circle of friends
who regret that she goes so far to
make her home and hope as a part
;ompensation to have the pleasure of
having her as a frequent visitor to her
girlhood home.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO ATTEND ',
A DEMONSTRATION OF
David Berg and Company's
HIGH GRADE SAUSAGE AND LUNCHEON MEATS
At Our Store Today and Tomorrow
A Factory Representative will be in charge. We are sure
that you will be pleased with the delicious
products of this well known house.
a. m. and 6 p. m. ,
FAREWELL PARTY.
. Miss Rubidell Hpomea delightfully
entertained a number of friends with
a farewell party at her home last
Friday evening honor Miss Gladys
Athey who with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. U Athey left Saturday for
Mobile where they go to make their
home.
Games and contests made the eve
ning one of much pleasure. At its
close fruit sala-d and wafers were
served by little Miss Marie Athey and
Elsie .- Hoomes. Among the guests
were Miss Athey, Misses Beulah Van
Matre, Marion Murphy, Daisy White,
Juanita Hancock, Myra Quina, Lucille
Hudson, Henry Hudson, Harry How
land, Ray. MacDonald, Sam Rosenau,
Robert McClure, Johnnie and Arthur
Bowman. f ,
MEETING DORCAS SOCIETY
POSTONED.
The Dorcas goclety of the Knoi
Presbyterian church "will . not meet
this afternoon" as planned on account
of the celebration of Armistice Day
but have postponed their meeting un
til next Tuesday, November 18, when
Mrs. W. L. Morgan will be hostess.
LIBRARY DANCE
TONIGHT.
The dance being given by the Pen
sacola Library association at the Key
ser auditorium tonight Is being anti
cipated with much pleasure. All plans
have been completed to Insure Its
success and the evening promises to
be an unusually enjoyable one. A
splendid sale of tickets has been made
and a large attendance expected.
Dancing begins at 8 o'clock music to
be furnished by the Anderson Douglas
orchestra; The entertainment com
mittee to whose efforts much of the
credit of the dance is given are Mrs.
John C. Avery, Mrs. Kate Goodloe,
Mrs. -Clarence Frenkel, Mr. Wayne
Thomas. , '
U. D. C. ANNUAL CONFEDERATE
BALL AT SAN CARLOS HOTEL
THANKSGIVING NIGHT.
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will entertain with their an
nual Confederate ball on the night of i
Thanksgiving Day, . November 27, in
the auditorium of the San Carlos.
The annual U. D. C. ball is always
one of the most brilliant social events
of the year and promises to be even
lovelier this year than last. Elaborate
plans are being formulated for its suc
cess, committees to be appointed later.
Speoial music Is to be arranged for
and the decorations are to be one of
the most attractive features of the
ball. The auditorium Is to be com
pletely remodeled and redecorated and
the ball will be one of the first so
cial affairs to be held there after Its
completion. . ' . ,
Never a Home
without a '
Hot " Water
Bottle
The flexibility of our hot
water bottles is remarkable.
That is because they are made
of the purest, most highly
vulcanized rubber with all its
stretchy qualities retained.
Rubber too soft easily tears ;
Rubber too hard is brittle.
Rubber JUST RIGHT lasts" a
long, longTime. The very best
quality goes into our hot
water bottles. There should
never be a home without one.
Buy it now. '
See Display
Hamilton Russell
Sketched above P are two winter
street costumes, designed to fit every
occasion for daytime street apparel.
If a fur coat is the acme- of comfort
and mode, the one sketched in seal
will be a constant source of satisfac
tion. Short enough not to be a drag
upon the shoulders, it Is clasped close
ly round the throat In a collar of the
same fur. Wide, cape cuffs reach to
the three-quarter length, and a seal
belt of medlume width marks the
waist line in the front, passing under
the capejike back. Monkey fur tips
mark the joining of the back panel
with the front.
Beside the fur coat is outlined a
suit in Russian blouse style, made up
of chiffon velvet In one of the new
shades of red. High, close-fitting col
lar, cuffs, edge of jacket, and tips of
long, sash belt, are trimmed with gray
squirrel. The back of the coat forms
a loose panel, from which the belt
emerges under each arm, to loop at
the front.
Supreme
Peaches
FRASIER-SMITH.
The approaching marriage of Miss
Evelyn Byrd Smith daughter of Mrs. O.
E. Smith, of Selma, to Harmon Hunt
Frasier, of Mlllbrook, Ala., Is of cor
dial interest to many friends In Pen
sacola and West Florida.
Of the engagement and approach
ing marriage the Montgomery Adver
tiser says:
"Mrs. Oscar E. Smith of Selma, Ala,
announces the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of her daughter,
Evelyn Byrd, to Harmon Hunt Frasier,
of Mlllbrook. Ala, the wedding to be
solemnized on Thanksgiving Day.
The announcement of the engage
ment of Miss Evelyn Byrd Smith to
Harmon Hunt Frasier will be of In
terest throughout the South, as this
tnarrlace will unite two of Alabama's
most popular families. Miss Smith ia
the niece of the late Col. Hilary A.
Herbert and the youngest 6lster of the
well known writer, Helen Woodruff,
the author of "The Lady of the Light
House." "Mr. Doctor Man." "Miss
Beauty, "The Imprisoned Free Man."
etc. Mrs. Woodruff has been acclaim
ed by New Tork artists as one of the
most beautiful women In America, ana
Miss Evelyn Byrd is considered Just
as beautiful by those who know her.
Alabama has been expecting Evelyn
Byrd to follow in the literary foot
steps of her famous sister, as she
evinced quite a bit of talent at writing
when a student at the Judson Col
lege. It was prophesied by the Eng
lish teacher of the institution that
Evelyn Byrd "would make her mark in
the literary world. Since Mrs. Wood
ruff never wrote for publication until
after her marriage to Louis B. Wood
ruff, of New York, the friends of this
mid-winter-bride will expect her to
make her literary debut soon. It is a
Unique fact that Harmon Hunt Fra
sier, whose wife. Scottle Mckenzie
Frasier sold her first story one year
after her marriage.
When America entered the war. Mr.
Harmon Hunt Frasier was one of the
first of Alabama's sons to offer his
services to his country. Twice he was
rejected for service but this young
American so thoroughly convinced
Uncle Sam that he was determined to
fight; if fighting had to be done that
In spite of the "Flatj-foot" and. a
slightly defected vision !he was al
lowed to enter Fort Oglethorpe, where
he was commissioned First Lieuten
ant in the Second Reserve Officer's
training camp and promoted to the
rank of Captain at the port of em
barkation and remained in France
twelve months; he served in the front
line trenches Just before the Armis-
louUJike
the
vor of these peaches. All
Morris Supreme canned
fruits bear the yellow and
blade label. Look for it
MORRIS & COMPANY
HEAL MEASES
Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing, Antiseptic liquid
It Is unnecessary for yon to suffer
with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes
and similar skin troubles. Zemo
obtained at any dro? storo for 35c or
$1.00 f oreztra large bottle, and prompt
ly applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
the most delicate skin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. GeV
it today and save all further distress,
The E.W.Roaca Cleveland. O.
tlce was signed.
On his return from France Mr. Fra
sier resumed his position at the Marlon
Institute. He is one of the most pop
ular young men in the state and has
before . him a brilliant future. This
marriage will be the culmination of a
charming romancethat began when
Miss Evelyr rsyrd mith was a Jud
son girl and "slipped notes' to the
young professor at the Marion In
stitute. x
LEE-CARO.
The marriage of Miss Lenora Caro
to Mr. B. W. Lee was quietly solemn
ized at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. Victor Little on Saturday eve
ning. Reverend John II. Brown, rec-
tor of Christ Church performed the
ceremony. There were no attendants.
After a short 'wedding trip Mr. and
Mrs. Lee will return to Pensacola to
make their home in a prettily fur
nlshed bungalow at 1010 East La Rua
street. v"
Mrs. Lee has always made her
home in 1-ensacoia. Mr. Lee's home
is in Canada but has been making his
home in Pensacola for some time past.
He is connected with the Pensacola
Shipbuilding Co. A host of friends
unite in extending hearty congratula
tions and best wishes.
This Woman Found Relief.
Men and women suffering from
backache, rheumatic pains, stiff and
swollen joints, lameness and soreness,
will be glad to read how one woman
found relief from kidney and bladder
trouble. Mrs. G. Hyde, Homestead,
Mich., writes: I have been troubled
with Weak kidneys, and several times
in the last ten years I had that ter
rible backache and tired out feeling,
scarcely able, to do my work. Foley
Kidney Pills made me feel like a new
person." Sold everywhere.
rich fla-
I
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MEYER SHOE CO.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
FISHER - BROWN
We Will Bond ,You
918 Phones 919
THE QUALITY SHOP
125 S. Palaf ox St.
Ladies9 to Wear
CARY&CO.
10 South Palafox
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
WheD You Think of Coal, Think
of Cary.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. ft.
'Arval and departure of passenger
trains at Pensacola. Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
Uaned as information and not ruaraa
teed.
(Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. LEAVES
5:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham, 'Nashville
Louisville, Cincinnati 11:30 p.m.
:S0p.m. St. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis .......... 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m Atlanta. Waahlnx-
ton, New Tork 13:30 p.xou
6:45 am. Monteomery, Bir
mingham, Nashville
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.nv
6:45 a.m. Memphis. St. Louis.
"Chicago ...... 10:45 pnu
6:46 a.m. New Orleans, Mo-
.bile ........ ...... 10:45 p.ntrf
6:45 a.m. Atlanta. "Washing
ton, New York 10:45 p.nv
6:43 p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00 asu
9:46 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee t:l5a.ow
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:56 poo
Dally except Sunday.
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION '
JOE L. LICATA
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
8 E. Intendencia. Phone 232
THE LEADER
Stadium Clothes
Union Made
218 S. Palaf ox St
AMERICAN NATIONAL
BANC
Of PMMMMOta
CAPITAL. STOCK. Paid In taoOODOJ
EXIDE BATTERY AND
SERVICE STATION 1
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
Sooth Bayfen Street. Phone 84!
Ford Owners Attention!
Have your Bearings Fitted by $
Modern Burning System
PENSACOLA AUTO CO. !
103 West Intendencia Street!
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pensacola's Representative Store
Ingram Optical Co.
WE GRIND OUR
OWN LENSES
YALE BICLCLES
Cash or credit
Supplies and Repairs.
Tour business appreciated.
T. T. WENTWORTH, JR.
Cor. Belmont and Davis streets.
Mayes' Printing Co
-1
OFFICE SUPPLIES
17-19 JVest Government Streef
Phone 181
SUB CENTRAL PHARMAC
in w - - - - - - a
f the nuw- . J
M. ELLIS
GROCER
1889 Phones 1890
1221 North Davis Street
United Produce Co. ,
88 East Romana Street '
JPe boy and sell Chfeksns, Egjra
ssd all kinds of Produce.
REED'S "BETTER BREAD7",
FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST i
CLASS STORES I
REED'S SANITARY BAKER
Paiafox and Gregory Streets
THE M & O
ON THE SQUARE
Within Easy Reach of
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