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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1919.
YOU'RE A FINE
FISHERMAN
w h e n y u o're lucky.
.When they don't bite
good night.
Same with shirts if it's fast
everything's fine. If it runs,
the store that sold it catches
your scorn and loses your so
ciety. .
We know the angles of human
nature one reason we stick to
Metric shirts season after sea
son. They are fast in color fault
less in fit. You take no chances
when you buy them nor do we
when we sell them.
Summer's newest pat
terns in Madras, Per
cale and Silk your size.
$1.75 to $10
n
Tip
cry;
loifniniiir rnn
dnuHiHii run
PENSACOLA IN
CLEARINGS GOOD
FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT- RE
PORT SHOWS BUSINESS CONDI
TIONS THROUGHOUT SOUTH
IMPROVING.
The Recipe
for Clothes
Protection
Send Them Regu
larly to
The Empire
to be pressed, with
an occasional
. cleaning ,
"Where Linen Lasts"
214 South Palafox Street
Merchants' Lunch, 35c
"The Home of Good Service"
20 S. PALAFOX or.
-BETTER CLOTHE3'
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Agent
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
"YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. OR YOUR
MONEY BACK"
29 South Palafox Street. Phone 790
16 North Palafox.
Bank clearings in Pensacola during
the past month compare most favor
ably with other cities of equal size
and larger in the Sixth Federal Re
serve district, as will be seen from
statistics published below. The report
on business and agricultural condi
tions in the district by Jos. A. McCor
shows many interesting facts.
Reports from practically all sections
of the district indicate that business
in almost all lines has continued active
during the past month. The retail
trade is still on the increase, and
wholesale merchants also report an in
creased volume of trade. This applies
to all lines, but especially is it true
with regard to the dry goods business
and to those lines which during the
period of the war were more or less
restricted. A large increase has been
noticeable in the number of sales by
automobile houses and jewelry houses.
The Victory Liberty loan has been
over-subscribed and with the assur
ance that this is the last public loan,
business men and bankers are laying
the foundation for a period of extend
ed and extensive activity in all lines
of industry. Deposits in some instances
are reported to have decreased due to
payments on Victory notes, while in
other cases large increases in deposits
are reported. Interest rates remain
steady. There has been some liquida
tion of discounts as a result of scat
tered sales of cotton.
Since the signing of the armistice,
both the export and import trades have
been increased considerably. The ship
pers as yet are sua governed Dy gov
ernment allocations, and are unable
to make bookings for foreign destina
tions. In spite of this, however, large
shipments of grain, lumber, cotton and
foodstuffs are being made. Inland
shippers are handicapped as the rail
roads refuse to accept freight for for
eign destinations until cargo space is
assured. Relief is promised in the
form of more ships in the near future,
and in this event trade conditions will
be better than ever before. Central
American trade is also hampered by
lack of ships, but in spite of this
large quantities of coffee, sisal and
tropical fruits, especially bananas, are
being imported.
Considering the districa as a whole,
business conditions may be consider
ed very satisfactory. The readjust
ment to peace conditions is taking
place, though slowly and with caution'
With the declaration of peace, and the
lifting of all embargoes on exporta
tion, it may confidently be expected
there will be a demand for all of the
things that we can produce or manu
facture, certainly for a considerable
length of time.
Clearings
1918
Atlanta, Ga 5183,227,941.04
1919 $257,845,363.39.
Augusta, Ga
1919 $12,830,737.10.
Savannah, Ga
1919 $25,6S9.182.79.
Jacksonville, Fla
1919 $36,032,363.76.
Tampa, Fla
1919 $9,110,271.27.
..ew Orleans, La
1919208,011,539.51.
Vicksburg, Miss
1919 1,518,708.28.
Chattanooga, Tenn. . .
1919 $21,265,002.35.
Knoxville, Tenn 13,0340446.42
1919 $12,103,617.62.
Nashville, Tenn 58,926,375.53
1919 68,484,268.58.
Pensacola, Fla 10,333,928.00
1919 $11,688,504.00.
Mobile, Ala 6,356,019.34
1919 $7,2S8,945.02.
Birmingham, Ala 17,603,409.58
1919 $48,407,270.88.
Montgomery. Ala. ...... 6,957,959.05
1919 $7,526,040.00.
RHEUMATISM
JjISTEN!
Ask Any of Our Home
Druggists for the Pre
scription of a Noted
Specialist C-2223
Costs Little Dose Indicated on
Prescription : Pasted on
Bottle. Glorious News.
It costs a good deal to consult a
ipecialist now-a-days. but his pre
icription for rheumatism can be had
it any of our home prescription drug
gists at slight cost, by asking for the
number C-2223. It is liquid, taken in
ternally as per dose pasted on the
bottle. One of our down-town drug
gists says C-2223 quickly drives out
of your system all the uric acid and
Impurities that cause rheumatism. At
the same time the blood is made pure
and rich. If any of our readers suf
fer from bone pains, swollen muscles
or Joints, backaches, pains al? over the
body, dizziness, lumbago, or any form
of rheumatism or blood poison ar
advised to ask any of our home pre
scription druggists for Prescription
C-2223. We can never tell the good
It will do us unttl we try it. We un
derstand our home druggists will give
us back the slight cost of C-2223 if
it don't benefit us. so it seems well
worth while tryinjr.
NOTICE.
I? your own druggist can't supply
you please send h!s name to C-2223
Laboratories, Memphis. Tenn. Adv. (
CAPT. BENNIE
EDMUNDSON
LAUNCHES
TO RENT
TELEPHONE 204
Trip to Gulf Beach
Daily at 2:30 p. m.
MARSTON & QUINA
West Florida's' Oldest Furniture
House
M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
OFFICE FURRNITURE.
"Let Us Make You Make
Good With a Kodak."
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
15,013,321.42
28,041,535.35
21,928,843.78
6,876,454.30
240.669,429.78
1,910,784.04
20,519,392.18
TGne fv3. S
On the Square, Within Easy
Reach of Everywhere
Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
FINE COFFEES
107-11 East Intendencia Street.
PENSACOLA. FLA.
The Parlor Market
"Hom of Ail That's Pure"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES
17 V P HONE S 174
WATCH WINDOWS
POSS
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox StTMt
Pensacola Shoe Hospital
We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St.
Hallmark Transfer Co.
All Kinds of Hauling
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
Phone 618
THE KOZY KORNER
Agents for
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates"
E. O'BRIEN MOTTA
Leader of
Orchestra
Music furnished for dances,
receptions and weddings.
Special attention to out-of-town
engagements.
212 ,West Cervantes
Phone 813
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pensacola's Representative Store
The Banking & Savings
Trust Company
THE UPTOWN DANK
General Banking
Oaij Tnut Company West
WE BUY AND dELL
BONDS
BICYCLES
- New and Second
hand TIRES, REPAIRS
Wilson -Biggs Co.
"Home of the Dayton"
24 South Palafox Street
McCann's Tire and
Repair Shop
Phone 494
113 North Palafox Street
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TODAY
A picturization
of Augustus
Thomas'
great play
"ARIZONA"
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BRANDING A FALSE STATEMENT
In presenting Theda Eara in "SALOME" to
the people of Pensacola, we offer it as an abso
lute first run attraction. Any statement to the
contrary Is a falsehood. .
With
"DOUG" FAIRBANKS
as Lieut. Denton
Tomorrow
MARY PICKFORD in
"RAGS"
44
QBEMQRIQI THE ErER2ERJir
Presented By
HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS
High School Auditorium
Monday and Tuesday, May 26-27
8 P.M.
99
Steak
There is as much food in a quart of good Ice
Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to
your family often. It is easily frozen with an
Alaska Freezer. George can do it and you'll
know its pure and clean if made at home.
Buy one today and be happy.
2 quart 4.75
3 quart . . . . . 5.50
4 quart . ... .
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TOMBOY! TOMBOY!
It wasn't "Puckers" fault that she
could scrap .ana curao ime a regu
lar Doy. i ou see, me oia lossils of
her town haa no use ror Pep.' it
was the simple life for them, and a
girl with winking eyes and tantaliz.
tngr smiles was
as popular as
a potato bugr.
That's ' why
they called her
the "pest. She
was always in
the way! One
smart . aleck
tried to pick a
fight with ."Puckers." He got the
worst of it. Another tried to make
her the "goaf and she bucked.
TODAY
we present
MABEL NORMAND
in
"THE PEST"
MONTUOMKKY AND ROCK in "GIRLIES AND GRUBBERS"
The famous "Big V" Acrobats in a Carnival of Fun.
-SAENGER INTERNATIONAL. TOPICS OP THE DAT.
TOMORROW ONLY
, SHIRLEY MASON and NILES WELCH
"THE WINNING GIRL"
From, the Sat. Eve. Post story "Jem of the old Rock"
HOUDINI in "THE NET" (Master Mystery).
ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LFvT3 WIRE NEWS.
I
) Wednesday and Thursday
The Siren who Sowed Sin in Ancient
Galilee, whose . tempestuous blood
has traced a scarlet thread through
the centuries.
THEDA BARA
in
SALOME"
A Theda Bara super-production.
Not an ordinary Fox Standard
program attraction.
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W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V-President
Roland E. Lee, Secretary
PENSACOLA MANUFACTURING COMPANY
205 East Main
We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition
Roofing, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens
Do Shop Work
Phone 637
WATCH THIS SPACE WEDNESDAY
GARDEN THEATRE
TODAY
TODAY
BARBARA CASTLETON
in ..,.-
'HEREDITY"
Would you marry wealth if you were in reduced circum
stances and did not love the man?
also
A 2-ACT KEYSTONE C6MEDY
Tomorrow "THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT"
GARDEN THEATRE
"WE NEVER RAISE THE PRICE"
Children 4c, pulus lc wa ' -; Adults 13c, plus 2c war tax
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El Cubo Cigars
Each
Each
GILFILLAN SCOTT
Trains Concert Fianists, xeachers and Beginners.
Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars
Regular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar ;
The Clutter Music House. Phone 15.
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH '
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Pan American College
274-89 BRENT BUILDING
-PHONE 51
CARY&CO.
Highest Grade Domestic Coal
Order "now for Winter
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
THE CLOVER STUDIO
.196 JN. Palafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish-
Is Well Done.
Made of Choice Havana Tobaco
For Sale at All Dealers.
The Lewis Bear Company
Distributors v
PENSACOLA, FLA.
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D.
"Only the Best"
212 South Palafox Street
Phone 816
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g-n Back for Three Nights at the KeysBr Auditorium, Tuesday, Wednes
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DANCE TONIGHT leper AMitoriiin
Anderson Douglas'
Saxonhone Jazz Band
GENTLEMEN
LADIES 25c
50c.
Including
War Tax

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