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MUTILATED v - - j X THE PENSACOLA JGUKNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1920 CCLD3 brc:d auJsT Spi ed INFLUENZA1 KILL, THE COLD 0iCE WITH HILL'S CASGARA&f QUININE 2. 3k 5 K Standard cold remedy for 20 years L.'J F .,1,1-. X. cpiatea break up a cold in 24 nourt relieves grip in i oa vs. Money back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drag Star Station Delicatessen Next to Steam's Market 19G North Palafox JUST RECEIVED Strictly Kosher Ring Salema, 'Zerveiat and Frankfurts, Bis narck Herring, Rolimops, Fin aan Haddie, smoked Salmon and smoked Whitefish. Mother's Friend At-solutely Safe i N it All Druggists SpvU Boakht m Motherhood and Baby. Fm WXTf W D RFCl'l ATO CO. PrrT S O. Atiawta, Ca WIIEII THE KIDDIES SUFFERFR01 COLDS Glvo them pleasant-to-take, hel pful Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey CHILDREN romp around and play and become overheated. A cold often results. It should not be neglected one instant. Give them Dr. Ecll's Pine-Tar-Honey. It is very pleas; in t to take and its ingredients are sure ".o ease the tickling throat. It help3 in relieving irritation and phlegm conge stion. Clear the air passages. Take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey yours -If for that heavy cold. What it does for thousands of others it un doubtedly will do for you. All druggists. 30c, 60c, $1.20. 5 Keeps the Family Well let the liver remain inactive when Po Do-Lax so easily ana promptly gets a free waite fi oca young and old systems. Po-Do Lax I s. smooth, comrortaoie laxa'rwe. ooc O fi fYM Ofl a Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Snnn And Fragrant Talcum Cafe San Carlos A restaurant of peculiar excellence with a metro politan atmosphere. All the. delicacies of the Season properly prepared and served. Music by the Glacisr Park Orchestra at lunch eon and dinner. Dinner dance3 Wednes day and Saturday. Afternoon tea in the Shantung Tea Room Fri day afternoons, 4:30 to 6. MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES $1.00 PER POUND XI 1 W X X i ( u via il an a stomach A Women and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. I ! CALENDAR OF J FUTURE EVENTS I a TUESDAY Meeting Tuesday Bridge club, hostess, Mrs. Harding Burke, 320 V .Cervantes-st. Regular meeting, Parents-Teachers' association, Clubbs school, at school. WEDNESDAY Caro-Burr.ee wedding pastor. Rev. Minor Ross. Meeting Daughters of Isabella, K. of C. hall. 7:30 p. m. Luncheon and linen shower, honoree. Miss Annie Mooney, hostess Mrs. C. C. Ilartman, Shantung room, San Carlos hotel. O&O MARRIAGE OF MISS LEVY TO CAPTAIN A. D. DANNHEISSER IN NEW YORK. Of the marriage of Miss Leone Levy of Malone, X. Y., to Capt. Alvin D. Dannheisser, U. S. A. M. C, of Pensa cola the Malone Evening Telegram of January 14 says: "The marriage of Miss Leone Ruth Levy to Capt Alvin D. Dannheisser, of Pensacola, Florida, occurred at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Min nie Levy, of 26 Fort Covington-st., this afternoon at 4: SO o'clock, Rev. J. Lubin, of Plattsburgh, officiating. The wedding was a very happy home event and was attended only by the mem bers of the bride's family and rela tives of the bride-groom. A wedding dinner was served in the dining rooms of the Elks club following the wed- , ding ceremony at the Levy residence. The house decorations, arranged in honor of the wedding, were very at tractive and beautiful, pink and white roses, intertwined with green and lil lies of the valley, being used in the decorative design in the various apart ments of the home. The decorations at the Elks club dining rooms were equally attractive in festoons of sral lax and sweetheart roses. At the wedding ceremony the bride was given in marriage by her brother, Samuel Levy, of Schenectady, Mr. Benjamin Forcheimer, of Pensacola, Florida, an uncle of the bridegroom, acting in the capacity of best man. The bride was beautiful and charming in her traveling costume of navy blue tricotine. She wore a hat to match of navy-blue straw, with an outer coat of seal, with collar and cuffs of gray squirrel. Her corsage bouquet was of white bridesmaid roses and pink sweetheart roses. Those present at the wedding cere mony and the dinner which followed were Mrs. Minnie Levy, mother cf the bride; Miss Sadie Levy, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pratt, Joseph Levy, Samuel Levy, of Schenectady; Ralph Levy, sis ters and brothers of the bride; Benja min Forcheimer and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forcheimer of Pensacola, Florida, aunt and uncles of Capt. Dannheisser. The dinner at the Elks club was a most enjoyable function, where the bride and groom were showered with congratulations during the serving of the elaborate menu. The dinner gowns of georgette and satin worn by the lady guests were very handsome. Captain and Mrs. Dannheisser will leave Malone on the evening train south and will 6top at Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans and from the latter city will proceed to Fort Barrancas, near Pen sacola, Florida, where Capt. Dann hetisser is at present stationed on duty with the U. S. Army and. where they will be at home to their friends fol lowing the conclusion of their two weeks' honeymoon trip. The bride has a multitude of friends among young people of Malone and those who have made the acquaint ance of Capt. Dannheisser during his brief stay in Malone have formed a high estimate of his soldierly quali ties. He has won his present army rank as the result of efficient service a itel In recognition of his patriotic motives. During a part of the war period he was stationed at Plattsburgh Barracks, and there mauyj the ac quaintance of many of the residents of northern New York. The best wishes of the people of Malone go with the young couple to their future home in the south." I SALUTE "DODSON'S LIVER TONE" It Never Gripes or Sickens You Like Nasty Calomel. All Biliousness, Headache, Constipation Is Gone You're bilious! Your liver Is slug gish! You feel lazy, dizzy. Your head is dull, your tongue coated, breath bad, stomach sour and bowels consti pated. But don't take salivating Calo meL It makes you sick; you may lose a day. Calomel is mercury which crashes into sour bile like dynamite breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. MRS. C. W. LAMAR ENTERTAINS FOR MISS YOW. Complimenting Miss Mary Faith Yow of Atlanta, the pretty debutante ! guest of Miss Robbie Hyer. Mrs. C. W- Lamar entertained at I ive Hun dred yesterday afternoon. Tliree ta b; ?s were in play and after the game a dainty salad course was served. High score was made by Miss Virginia Royall, the prize, a box of correspond ence "ards. Miss E-eanor Mitchell for taV.ig the boobv w.b given a pretty hand embroider 1 handkerchief ami the oo.'S-olation prie an incens? burn er wen. :o Miss tfJ.'vabeth Alice.-.. The guest prize iaa an exquisitu powder box. Among tho.-3 piaying were Mi-'i'ts Yow, Va.erie i'.ccs?, Judith M-nwell, Eleanor M't.jhell, X'lginia Royall Boston, i'"lizi.3tii T-:rovwison. Elizabeth Aiken, Der:o;idj V. l.o'ess, Cirl3fr.6 ShepparJ, freatrieo Howe, Enabeth Dunham and Iibbic Hyer. 00 BIRTHDAY ROBERT E. LEE CELEBRATED WITH BRILLIANT RECEPTION. The birthday anniversary of Robert E. Lee was appropriately celebrated yesterday afternoon by son3 and daughters of the old and new south who had gathered to pay homage to the memory of thsi gr;at southern hero. A brilliant reception was held at the Bivouac by the United Daugh ters of the Confederacy who has as their guest members of the Toadies Confederate Memorial Association and the veterans of Ward Camp. A fitting background to , this assembly of loyal sons and daughters of the south and the old heroes in gray was formed of numerous Confederate flags and in signias placed in every . conceivable place with southern greenery. A large basket, draped with a Confed erate flag was placed in the center of the room where the reception was held, in which articles of linen and gifts in cash were dropped by the guests as they entered, the contents to go to the Old Soldiers' Home at Jacksonville- Later in the evening hot chocolate and fancy cakes were serv ed from a prettily decorated table placed In the entrance hall. A love ly vase of white carnations and deli cate ferns, a gift to the Daughters from Mr. Jackson Brandon, centered the table which was covered with a piece of battenburg. A feature of the afternoon was the historical address given by Harry Wright Thompson, a splendid address, giving an interest ing historical sketch . of the life of Gen. Lee. Two especially pretty features was the presentation of a Cross of Honor to Rev. James D. West, a veteran, by Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, president of the Pensacola chapter, in behalf of the U. D. C, and the presentation to Mrs. Tracy, In recognition of her loyal serv ice as president of the chapter, and thoughtfulness for the veterans and as an expression of their love and es teem, of a beautiful gold pin, bearing the Confederate battle flag, by Mr. C. N- Williams, U. C. V. The musical numbers were especially lovely and at the close of the program for the afternoon all joined enthusiastically in singing "Dixie" when the stirring "rebel yell" was given with a will by the veterans. The tentative program for the aft ernoon was as follows: Vocal sole "Highty 'Lac a Rose," (Nevin) Mrs. J. P. Sandusky, with accompaniment by Mrs. J. Wallace Lamar, Presentation of Cross of Honor to Rev. James D. West By Mrs. Frank D. Tracy. Historical address "Sketch of Life of Robert E. Lee." By Harry Wright Thompson. Linen shower, (which proved a won derful success). This followed by a short talk By Mrs. Tracy, when she told why the shower was given. Interesting history of tho Old Sol diers Home at Jacksonville By Adjt J. D. Rawls. Vocal solo "Wind Song" (Rob erts) By Mrs. J. p. Sandusky and as an encore, Maryland, My Mary land. Presentation of emblem to Mrs. Tracy. "Dixie" By all and the "rebel yelL" Refreshments The decorations of the Bivouac To enjoy the r.ieest', gentles liver and bowel cleansing you ever experi enced take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Your druggist sells a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cent3 and guarantees each spoonful to clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty Calo mel, without making you sick. Lodson3 Liver Tone can not salivate. Give it to the children. Adv. ' A Department for Mothers AND Teachers of Small Children (By Julia Wade Abbott, Specialist in Kindergarten Educa tion, Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior.) Keep the child at home If he has a feVer. Fever Is not a disease, it Is a symptom. It is nature's danger sig nal that something is amiss. Perhaps the child has overeaten of the wrong food, perhaps there has been high nervous tension, perhaps micro organisms which produce so-called "colds" are at work, perhaps It Is the premonitory sign of measles, whooping cough, scarlet fever, or any other one of the infectious diseases. Keep the child at home for his sake and the sake of his school fellows. In all cases, save indigestion and nerve strain, you endanger the child and imperil other children. Keep the child at home that has a ring-worm or any other contagious skin disease. Keep at home the child that has any were In charge of the committee of which Mrs. M. E. Batts was chairman, Mrs. Frank D. Tracy was chairman of the committee for the linen shower, Mrs. Chris Thiesen of the program committee, and of the refreshment committee, Mrs. Dan Shepard and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell. o??o MRS. PATTON HOSTESS TO PRISCILLA CLUB TODAY The Priscilla club of the First Chris tian church meets this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. W. Patton as hostess at her home, 1516 E. Cer vantes-st. This is an especially im portant meeting of the club and all members are urcred to be sreeent. All ladies of the church, "interested are cordially Invited to attend. 00 PRIMARY DEPARTMENT SUNDAY SCHOOL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TO HAVE ENTERTAINMENT AND SILVER OFFERING. The primary department of the Sun day School of the First Baptist church will have an entertainment and silver offering at the church on Saturdav afternoon at 3 o'clock. All friends of the church are invited to be present. MRS. CHRISTY ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE. One of the prettiest bridge parties of this season was the one with which Mrs. II. II. Christy wife of Capt. Christy, commandant of the Pensacola naval air station entertained yesterday afternoon. Florida palms, ferns and cut flowers, artistically arranged, made a pretty background for the four ta bles set to play. High score was made by Mrs. Fred, v. .aiarsri, the prize, a painted grass basket, Mrs. Hunter Brown won sec ond prize, a handsome vase, and Mrs. Henry Hilton-Green received the con solation prize, a feather duster. After the games light refreshments were served. Those taking part in the games were: Mr3. Fred AV. Marsh, Mrs. Jules C. Dunham, Mr3. J. Frank Tay lor, Mrs. J. S. McGaughy, Mrs. O. J. Semmes, Mrs. W. K. Hyer, Mrs. R. A. Hyer, Mrs. Frank Hagerman, Mrs. Trescot of Washington, who is vis iting her son and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. G. W. Martin. Mrs. Hunter Brown, Mrs. Henry Hilton-Green Jr., Mrs. E. E. Galbreth of Hollywood, Mrs J. E. Turtle, Mrs. Cecil, Mrs. Web ster M. Wright, Mrs. A. B. Crawford, guest of Capt. and Mrs. Christy, and Miss Fitzgerald, Miss Fannie Aiken, Mrs. William McKee McClellan came in later for tea. OftO DORCAS SOCIETY TO MEET WITH MRS. BONACKER. The Dorcas Society of the Knox Presbyterian church meets this after noon at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. S Bonacker at her home, 1218 E- Mo-reno-st. A full attendance is desire. o-o J X SECHREST-MILLER. Of cordial interest to friends throughout West Florida -Rill be the following taken from the Bonifay Ad vertiser: ' "A very quiet, but beautiful wed ding, was solemnized on January the fourteenth, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miller, when their daugh ter Minnie Lee. became the wife of John Clay Sechrest. The ceremony was performed in the living room, before an Improvised pul pit, composed of ferns, vines and bo quets of pink carnations; white can dles shedding their soft. glow over all. Before the entrance of the bridal ; party, Mrs. Lacey Folmar sang, in a charming manner, "A Perfect Day," with Mrs. Kelly P. Sessoms as ac companist. At the first strains "of the Lohengrin wedding music, the Misses Claraa Miller, sister of the bride, and Francis McDonald, advanced across the living nervous twitchings a child with nerve disease belongs outdoors. Make a good little animal of him and when he Is that ha can "catch up" In his studies. Keep the child at home when there Is an epidemic in the neighborhood. Until all women realize that it Is no less than criminal to spread disease, mothers must protect their own by keeping them at home in times of dan ger. Don't keep the child out of school for visits or visitors. Let him start in school fully equipped the frist day and let only sickness or danger cause him to miss a. day or an hour- When he is unavoidably kept from school assist with his lessons that he may not become discouraged or retard others In his classes. room with long white ribbons, form ing an aisle along which the bridal party proceeded. The ribbons were held by Miss Velma Reaves and Miss Alfaretta Parker. Two matrons-of-honor, Mrs. Lewis T. Smith of DeFuniak Springs, sister of the groom, and Mrs. J. G. Folmar, of Bonifay, followed the minister down the aile to the pulpit. Mrs. Smith was gowned becomingly in rose georgette, and picture hat of the same shade and material. Mrs. Folmar wore a beautiful gown of blue georgette with a hat to match. Each matron-of-honor carried a large bou quet of pink carnations. The bride came in on the arm of the groom. Her traveling suit was of madura brown velour; with this was worn a Jaunty silk and straw tur- j ban of the same shade of brown and ' a corsage bouquet of white roses al ferns. During the ceremony Schubert's "Serenade" was played softly on the piano. Immediately after the cerempny Mr. and Mrs. Sechrest left for a short trip to Georgia. Only the immediate Felations of the con i -.-acting parties and a few of the k'i'.iood friends of the bride witnessed this quiet wedding ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Sechrest will make their home in Bonifay." E. E. Wolfe, city building inspector. is reported as resting as well as could be expected from a badly sprained and lacerated knee received in a recent accident. Mrs. G. N. Quigley and attractive lit tle daughter, Margaret, of Mobile are visiting in Pensacola for a few weeks with Mrs. Quigley's mother, Mrs. Ella Connors and brother, W. H. Connors and family at their home on Reus-st. Friends of Mrs. B. A. Fleming will be delighted to learn that she is re- We Are Competent Optometrist Jn'V. ,.-. 5,.! We render an efficient and complete optical service. We examine eyes by the latest methods insuring absolute accuracy. We make the glasses and fit them per fectly. We fuirill the exact needs of each individual patron. THE INGRAM OPTICAL CO. 'Only Exclusive Optical House la Pensacola." 22 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET DOCTORS USE CALOTABS FOR COLDS AND FLU influenza and Grippe, Like Ordinary Colds, Require Calotabs, the Purified and Refined Calomel Tablets That Are Nausealess, Safe and Sure. Physicians and druggists cTalm thai the great epidemic of Influenza has conclusively demonstrated that tha quickest relief for cold and the bst preventive of influenza and pneumo nia is to keep the liver active so that the digestive organs may be In per feet condition. For this purpose Calo tabs, the new nausealess calomel tab lets that are free from the sickening and weakening effects, is the most thorough and dependable, as well as the most" agreeable laxative. Calotabs have the special advantage of not making the patient elck and weak, as they do not upset the diges tion and appetite. One Calotab at bed time with a swallow of water that's alL No salts, no nausea, nor the slight i est interference with your eating. ple&sfire or work. Next morning yout cold has vanished, your liver is active, your systeza is purified, and you ars feeling fine with a tiearty appetite for breakfast. For your protection, Cr.lolabs ar old only In original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Sold by ail tfruggists and your money back if you Jtr- , g J ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW. a- ; Z 23 ft? wm3 ported as much improved after having been quite ill at the home of he grandson, A. J. Butt, 623 North Barce lona-st. Pensacola fiiend3 of Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Hicks will regret to learn ot their illness at their home in Roberts. Mrs. Payne of Glasgow, Ky., Is vis iting in Pensacola, the guest of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Honeycutt. Mrs. Marlon Watson of Mobile, is the guest of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Catlett, 116 W. Wright-st. Mrs. W. P. McCammon and daugh Cincinnatl return home tomorrow aft Clncinnattl return home tomorrow aft er an extended visit in the city with Dr. and Mrs. Louis deM. Blocker at their home on W. Gadsden-st. r If The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (Oldest Life Insurance Co. in U. S.) li. E. DURHAM District Manager, West Florida Office 1015 American National Bank Building Phone 2182 V .- .. , t 1 in in urn urn mi am J' m m in. , I The fpJ I treatment Is a simple effective remedy for sufferers from itching, burning, skin troubles. Try today, bathing that uncomfortable, irritated surface with RESINOL SOAP and warm water. After you have dried it gently with a soft cloth, apply RESINOL OINTMENT with the finger tips. Then see if you are not surprised at the prompt and blessed relief. t-tJLilL-r-'f-: $50.00 This machine is designed for home use, does satisfactory work and is most useful in every way. Reyaalds Music House 21 SOUTH PALAFOX j Very New zjkA j ' AND v I Very ' j i Pretty yW' W is this elegant slipper, with its high tongrue. It ad63 grace and slenderness even to the daintiest foot. Just the shoe to complete a dainty afternoon costume or a demi-toilet for evening, une 01 our new SPRING PUMPS for Women We are also showing new Oxfords and pumps for street wear as well as the latest high boot models. Mi ever Pensacola's Popular, Shoe Store . W X fn New York City alone frea 1 ney trouble last year. Don't die yourself to become a victim 1 neglecting pains and aches. G cv E gainst this trouble by taking GOLD MEDAL Th world's standard remedy for kidn liver, bladder and uric acid troubl Holland's national remedy since 16 AH druggists, thiee sizes. Guarantee. look for th nun Cold Mdm! en rnr bo And Accept bo imitation RESINOL SHAVING STICK gives a rich lather, full of sooth ing, healing properties which leave the skin comfortable and refreshed. f A ll druggists carry Ihe Resittol products. The Practical T 111 PHONE 17 Shoe d onoe 0. ,. CORONA TVDEWB TER 1 1 i ii n j re not delighted with thern. Adv.