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' " - "MM.mwi.i.-. PENS A COLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1921. FIVE 1 i i MVn i - Womem amid EireiniiLs Phone 38 between IN THE DAYS GONE BY O, the days gone by! O, the days gone by I The aixles m the orchard, and the pathway through the rye; The chirrup of the robin, and the whiatle of the quail As he piped across the meadows sweet aa any nightingale; When Vie bloom . wai on the clover, x and the blue was In the aky. And my happy heart brimmed over in the daya gone by. , , In the daya gone by, when my naked feet were tripped By the honey-suckle'a tangles where the water-lilies dipped, And the ripples of the river lipped the moss along the brink Where the plucld-eyed and lazy-footed cattle came to drink, And the tilting snipe stood fearless of - the ; truant's wayward cry And the splashing of the awimmer, in the daya gone by. O, the days gone byl O, the days gone byl I The music of the laughing lip, the luster of the eye; The childish faith In fairies, and Alad din's magic ring Tho almple, soul-reposing, glad belief In everything- When life was like a story, holding neither sob nor sigh, In the golden olden glory of the days gone by. -James Whitcomb Riley. 0 STUDY QUESTIONS FOR SHAKESPEARE-BROWNING CLUB MEETING THURSDAY. Following are the questions for study at the meeting of the Shakespeare-Browning club Thursday after noon at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. II. S. Mcllwaln aa hostess. Mrs. B. L. Oun dershUmer will lead on act IV, "Trl lus and Cresalda." I. What was the nature of the greet ing between Dromedes and Aeneas? ?. Does Paris err on side of weak ness or courtesy in receiving Drome des plain speech concerning Helen? 3. Who brings Cressida (sec. II) the order she la to be conveyed to Grecian camp? Contrast her reception of tho news with Trollus. WQio la more sin- , cere? 4. What does Trollus say In sec. Ill about th sacrifice he is about to make? 8. How does Cressida receive Trol lus' pleadings that she be true? Doea she ever promise anything? 6. Discuss. Dromedes' answer to Trollus (sec. IV, line 11T-122). Did he read Cresslda's character? 7. How does Ulyssea read Cressida? 8. What relation were AJax and Hector? How does Ulysses describe Trollus? ' 9. Why does Hector say they've fought enough? What follows? 10. What passes between Achilles and Hector? II. What combat la set for the next day? DEVOTIONAL MEETING WOMAN'S MISS'ONARY SOCIETY OF GADSDEN STREET CHURCH. Thu devotional meeting of the Wom an's Missionary society of the Gads den Street Methodist church will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Sunday school annex. All ladles of the church are cordially invited to attend. CAXTONS TO MEET TOMORROW WITH MRS. HARRY LURTON. The Caxtona will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Harry Lairton as hostess. Mrs. Adrian Lang ford will be leader for the afternoon, a group of modern poets to be studied. The meeting is belnrf held half an hour earlier that a discussion may bo held of next year's program. -rodorant-i3,ntectanr- Requircs Little , Attention This convenient, simple holder. Into which lUlde aone la poured requires lit tle or no attention. Pour s few tablespoonsful. of Mai desone Into It once or twice a week, and you have set up a continuous disinfection. The vapor from Maldesone reaches wherever air reaches. Gotoa to unseen places, killing all disease producing germs, purifying the air, rendering tt fresh and healthful. Recommended by Physicians. Bold by Druggists. y Write for Booklet. HOME SANITATION It makes you the Board of Health in Tour -Home. MALDEZOXE CHEMICAL MFG. CO. MEMPHIS, TENN. San Carlos Cafe Gaiety, Charm and Refinement radiate through the atmosphere of this restaurant Here you eat and chat la a quiet home-like place where the food. 19 cook ing and the service are unsur passed. Muslo dally at Luncheon end Dinner. Also concert on Mezta nlno Floor every evening, 8:30 to 9:30. except Wednesday and Sat urday. Dinner Dance Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. O ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW. a a u t: nit intuitu uu zuxni:v Mr. and Mrs. Alex Zellus, Sr., are entertaining as a guest at their home Mrs.' Zelius' nephew Ernest McCorkell of Chicago. Mr. McCorkell will be in the city for a few weeks' visit. Miss Katie Lee Bryar's returns tomorrow from Mobile where she has enjoyed the week-end as a guest at the home of her uncle, J. Z. Bryars, and family and as the guest of friends. - Tho many Tensacola friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis (Florida Zelius) will be interested to know that they will go to Macon to spend a part of the summer before going to Atlanta to make their home. Mrs. Frank Cooney has returned from St. Andrews where she enjoyed visiting as the guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Captain and Mrs. Frank Cooney, Jr. Mrs. Cooney will remain In Pensacola for a few months longer visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Pfelffer, before returning to her home In Rockport. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vail are. visit ing in the city with Mrs. Vall'a father, A. Booske, before golr:? to Birmingham where they will bo the guests of Mr. Vail's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Vail will leave Birmingham the last of March for Toronto, Canada, where Mr. Vail has accepted a government position. Mrs. Edward Bothe and son Ed ward, Jr., have returned to their home in New Orleans after visiting In the city with Mrs. Bothe's father, A. Booske. 'Mrs. D. H. Mooneyham and son Dayton, Jr., have returned to their home in Philadelphia after a several months' visit in New Orleans with Mrs. Mooneyham's mother and sister and father, A. Booske, in Pensacola and en route with friends in Washing ton, D. C. B. B. Senslba of Escanaba, Mich., returned to Pensacola yesterday morn ing from a business trip to New York city. On his return he stopped in Washington to attend the presidential inauguration. Mr. Senslba will re main in the city for a short visit and on his return to Escanaba will be ac companied by his mother, wife and daughter, who have been spending the winter In Pensacola. Mr. and Mrs. N. Halperan have returned to their home in Portland, Ore., after visiting in Pensacola with Mrs. Halperan's sister, Mrs. Louis Rosenbloom. CARD OF THANKS. We sincerely thank all those who so kindly assisted us during the ill ness end death of our sister, Mrs. Chas. Holmes- MIL and MRS. W. O. SIMON. WESTVILLE Mrs. Charlie Pitman, wife of J. T. Pitman,, died at her home at the river, after an illness of only one week, of pneumonia. She leaves, besides her husband, six children, Marcus, Rob ert, Letha and Juanita Pitman, Mrs. Frank Calhoun, and Mrs. B. L. Garwln, besides a host of other relatives and friends. Mrs. B. L. Garwin, of Pensacoli. was called home by the death of ner mother, Mrs. Pitman. Mr. Riy Nel returned Thursday n:ght from Pensacola, where ho spen( a few days. Miss Clara Hani? spent Thursday In Caryville with Mrs. B. F. Smith -gall Mr. C. E. Brlgman and littlo daugh ter, Gwendolyn, of Pensacola, . pent Sunday in town with Mr. Brigman'a W. E. Parish, of Ponce de Leon, spent a few hours in town, Wednes day. Mrs. Mary Moore, of Sandy Creek, spent the Week-end in town with her cousin, Mr. John Neel. Mrs. Sarah Little is spending this week with her friend, Mrs. J. II. Bul lock, of Bonlfay. APALACHICOLA The Florida branch of the family have Intrusted their claims to Mr. E. T. Davis of Tallahassee. He is about as eminent an authority on titles, rec ords, etc. as our state can produce. Recently while In Apalachlcola he found the old Dutch Bible with the dates of the births and deaths all in QUICK! STOP ijiii INDIGESTION Pain in Stomach, Sourness, Gases and Acidity reliev ed with Tape's Diapepsin. Tour upset stomach will feel fino! JCo waiting! When your meals don't fit and you feel uncomfortable; when 1A1I Vfk1rVt fT'ieAu nla w wnlroA j via is n c o, aviua kh i oi?r su U I j undigested rood, when you feel lumps of Indigestion pain, heartburn or head ache from acidity, Just eat a tablet of harmless and reliable Pape's Dia pepsin and the stomach distress is ! Millions of people know the magic of Tape's Diapepsin as an antaci3. They know that most indigestion and disordered stomach are from acidity. The relief comes quickly, no disap pointment .and the cost is so little too. Tape's Diapepsin helpa regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite foods without fear. I if II f order. He also obtained possession of certain leters, one, written in 1822 which describes this very tract of land. Mr. Davis considered these so valu able that he had them locked up in the vaults of the county court house. Mr. Davis says that he ha3 a very good case. Good case; Why to our op timistic temperment it seems a sure thing. And yet these Apalachicolians whom it closely concerns are exhibit ing the unconcern that their Dutch blood connotes. They are utterly un concerned. Dr. A. E. Conter, who mar ried one of the direct heirs, remarks that it is too much of an air castle to discuss. Mr. Elmer Smith-Junior part ner in A. B. Smith & Son, protested even to the publication of the story. He said: "Why if we talk of it; it would Just like the federal income tax people to come back down here to as sess our great expectations. TALLAHASSEE The Florida State College for Wo men Is preparing a beautiful and elab orate annual for 1921, under the di rection of the senior class- The vol ume" will be off the press in a few weeks, and promises to be a distinct credit to the college. At a recent meet ing of the present Junior and sopho more classes, which, of course, next year will be the junior and senior classes, the annual staff for 1922 war elected, as follows: Editor in chief, Miss Agnes Game; associate editor, Miss ' Frances Harris; literary editor, Antoinette Mulliken; art editor, Miss Janet MacGowan; as sistant art editor, Miss Frederika Whitney; athletic editor, Miss Kata ryn Bird; picture editor, Miss Anna Laird; business manager. Miss Anna Mae Sykes; advertising manager, Miss Mary McDonald. This year, instead of the usual Junior prom, the junior class will en tertain the senior class and the faculty at a dinner dance. This will take place early in April in the college din ing hall. Miss Connibear, the college dietician, will cater for the dinner and plans will be made for entertainment and favor dances during the courses. By a change of plan, the junior class this year hopes to extend the pleasure cf the affair to a larger number of people than have formerly been reach ed. - Of interest to many will be the news recently received at the college that Zora Ibrovatz, the Serbian stu dent of last year at the college, has re turned to her home in Serbia. She had been studying medicinco at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania but, unfor tunately, she was physically unable to carry on the work. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A- MacGowan, of Qujnqy, were the week-end guests of Mrs. L. L. Leman, at her home on North Cal houn street. -Carl Meglnniss, of Wil mington, Del., is the house guest of Miss Jessie Meglnniss, at her home on North Gadsden street. Prelimi naries will be held March 19 and 21 and field day, March 28 and 29, ac cording to a recent announcement at the Florida State College for Wo men. There are fifteen feats, witn three places awarded for each, and a great deal of enthusiasm Is being man ifested in the events this year. Mr. and Mrs. F. A- Brown, of Camilla, Ga., spent a few days In the city this week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mc Nair. Mrs. Brown was formerly Miss Laura McNair and has frequently visited In Tallahassee, where she has many friends. Their marriage was a social event in Camilla, Tuesday. March 8. L. M- Ausley has recovered from an indisposition of several days and Is able to be out again. George Martin and William j. Bledsoe spent Tuesday at St. Marks, where they en joyed a successful fishing expedition. A delightful .Unce was enjoyed at the Elks club Thursday evening by the young society contingent. 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Trammell spent the week-end In Chattahoochee, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Knott Mrs. E. L. Fleet wood entertained the Wednesday af ternoon card club this week at her home on East Call street Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Winthrop spent the week end in Albany, Ga, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George S- Whittlesey. Hon. W. W. Flournoy, of DeFunlak Springs', spent Wednesday and Thursday in Tallahassee on business before the su preme court. Mr. Marvic C. Mcin tosh, assistant state auditor, spent Wednesday in Tallahassee. Henry Messer motored to Marlanna and spent the week-end the guest of h.s family. Mrs. O. L. Rlvenbach, of Hartford, Ala-, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jas. A. Fleming, at her home on North Monroe street. Mr. Fred Barry, of Milton, spent Monday In the city looking after business in terests. Attorney-General Rivers H. Buford returned Tuesday from a bus iness visit to points in Tennessee. Miss Winnie Hough, of Gretna, re turned to her home, Monday, after a delightful visit in Tallahassee, the guest of Miss Gladys Crawford, at her home on South Duval street. .Mrs. W. P. Bevis is able to be out again after a brief illness at her home on South Adams street. Spending the week-end in Tallahassee was Mr. Gro ver Stembbridge, of Sylvester, Ga., and he wag the guets of friends. Mrs. Robert Eaton, of Monticello, tepent several daya in Tallahassee this week, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Henry J. Yeager. Dr. J. W. DeMilly, state veterinarian, spent a few days in Bar tow this week on official business. Mr. and Mrs. William Hood, of Thorn asville, were visitors in the city, Mon day. Mrs. John- G. Kellum has re turned home from a delightful visit in Miami, where she attended a meet ing of the executive board of the Flor ida State Federation of Women s clubs, of which she Is a legislative chairman. Mr. L. V. MoCreary, of Mariana, was a visitor in Tallahassea Monday. Mrs. Laura Meek, of Chi cago, is the guest of Mrs. Charles G, Law, at Lac-Cal plantation. Mrs. Louiso Day and little daughter, cf Live Oak, are the house guests of Mrs. Day's parents, Governor and Mrs. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers . Doesn't hurt a "bit ! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, In stantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with the fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal luses, without soreness or irritation. Hardee, at the mansion. Mr. Robert Bannerman. of Jasper, spent a few days in the city this week, the gue.st of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "W. T. Bannerman, at their home, on Meri dian Heights. Mrs. Allen Maratta spent several days in Qulncy this week the guest of relatives. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Yates will learn with regret of the continued illness of their little son, Stephen, at the home of his grandparents, in Jack sonville. Miss Sallie Blake spent the week-end in Thomasville, the guest of friends. Mrs. J. J. Logan returned Tuesday to her home In Jacksonville, after a brief visit with relatives in Tallahassee. Harry Mullikin, who is in business in Thomasville, spent the week-end In Tallahassee, the guest of relatives. Chisholm Eusley, of Balr- bridge, was among the out of town guests who attended the all Florida banquet tendered by the chamber of commerce to the Xational Editorial association Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Clayton left this week for South Florida, where they will make their future home. II. S. Quar terman, of Miami, spent a few days in Tallahassee thi3 week, the guest of relatives Mrs. J. B. Moffett, of Jack sonville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Q- A. Vickery, at their home on North Calhoun street. J. A. Scruggs, of Micccsuk'o. snent Tuesday in Talla hassee. "W. J. Oven spert Tuesday ia Marlanna, where he transacted le gal business. 1 11 jr e ne ar masterf ul merchandis- I W Ijj II (I 'Njll consists of attaining a lower price jjjfi E I m M without sacrificing anything of the iji M J 1 TL I Excellence. Comparisons sustain the jlif 11 I I claim that we never allow ourselves to S!!(w i I ! II j P(l ke undersold. We are offering marve- S'iJ "c I'l i ous vaues fr spring in every depart- lpfeW w lKmflS ment, and beginning with the joyous xuMirTf'l fMS ' j fjr1 Easter festival, will make this store the If (ZJf lilifl fcllf rendez-vous of all lovers of the beau- ' tf ! llili 1 ill j Spring suits, dresses, skirts, wraps, j ujk Ml ! 11 m I fvri waists, lingerie, corsets, etc., are here ) A i Pr0USn prCed excePtionaliy ! j-JK H fattaSbp mm. t 6 s Harry Rich, the man who flirts famous vaudeville act at the Majestic for four days, starting March 15. 'Free Dare-Devil Performance every night at 7:30. Renew Your Old 71 W IT IT IT T Yrade f IJ Mm.. k i.,-.-. .f.-. j m J-f fi .ri in ill - iniin- llll .III COIORS OLD AND NEW. STRAW. HATS Have new hats this year without cost. Bring your old straw hat out of the closet and dye it with Nuhat. You not only can make it look like new, but you can dye it most any shade you fancy match a new dress or coat, and it is so) easy that anyone can do it. Kohat is a liquid dye sold in a hottl with a brush tar atv. plying. It colors ar prrmanont, water-proof and arc -novo ticky. They dry quickly, spread nsothly and nrrer erack, fade or run. No hat Dye positively will sot fftlffen the straw, but leaves It soft and pliable. Don't take chanceswith imitations insist on Nuhat and be sure you get it. Fifteen Farorite Colors to Select From Gloss Black Dull Black Cardinal Red Old Rose Yellow Navy Blue Pekin Blue Victory Bluer Cerise Gray Directum on each box Jar fixing fa obtain most any color desired. Bold by drug- store ererywbere. Any drarffUt wf!l show yon tke No hat color card. If year dealer eaaaot rapply yoa order direct freaa as. ZS eeate ererywkre. F. Cliristman Company J ackson, Tennessee ; - - v with death, will appear In his on top of the Majestic Theatre Hat With Tan Brown Violet Green Benewer