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THE FEN S ACOL A JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1919.
- - i, i f- r s r ' V -ti If I i i 2 i 1 A t 5 a ? JL r Tj Southern Utilities Co. Phones 59-259 Put in Your Winter's Supply of Acton Coal Chero-Cola There is none so goon. Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone 236. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 "Brevard, The Beautiful ' Situated in the Mountains of Western North Carolina. Adjoin ing tie beautiful Pisgah National Forest where splendid TROUT fishing may be had. The scenery is unsurpassed. Lovely auto mobile and driving roads. Hotel and Boarding House accommo dations the best. Just the place. for your family to Summer. Writct for descriptive Booklet, Board of Trade, Brevard, N, C. CUT RATE DRUG STORE DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor' 420 West Belmont Street Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668 U f 1 if If you need anything in the Furniture line, . Jbe sure and get pur prices be fore buying'. . n r lit Uu If you have anything" in household goods you want to sell for cash real quick, PHONE US and our representative will call and quote you the best prices possible. "We buy anything and sell everything" Auction fan C. P. McMILLAN, Auctioneer C. L. HURLBURT, Mgr. 327-329 South Palafox Street Phone 374 Let Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. . . - Pensacola Mattress Co. 940948 E. Romana St. Phone 1515. Hallmark Transfer Co. All Kinds of Hauling Heavj' Haulms a Specialty I'hor.e 618 THE CLOVER STUDIO 19 N. Palafox St. The Place Where Kodax Finish Is Well Done. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for fac msag. Phon 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with scales nd consumers wilt (Uaae exact correct weight and report any discourtesy of driver to ofo. rhones 59 c 259. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY BALKCOM DRUG CO ; -TH; PResCRlPTIC'N STORE' Phone 19 or 123 l 3 Lr ? i """7 J NEWS BRIEFS. 3 Friends of Sergeant Verner R. Waters IT. S. A., will be delighted to kno wthat a wire has been received by relatives of his arrival in Brook lyn, X. Y., after 18 months service overseas. Sergeant "Waters is a mem ber of . Company; "D," 6th Engineer Corps, and took part In some of the hardest battles in which the American troops were engaged. Miss Rosa Lybrand left yesterday at noon for Columbia, S. C, where she" will spend the month of June. "Miss Xannette Roslque has departed for Mobile, where she will visit for a month as the guest of relatives and friends. The play -which was to have been given at School No. 10, formerly, school No. 43, tomorrow night, has been postponed until next Monday night on account of the necessary absence from town of one of the members of - the cast in a leading part. In police court Saturday, E. O. "Beasley . and Jewel Livingston, who had an automobile and a motorcycle collision Friday morning, were de clared guilty of reckless driving. Mr. Beasley was fined $10 and costs whJj Mr. Livingston was fined $15 and costs. The fire department was called at 10:08 o'clock yesterday morning to a fire at 35 East Wright street, in - a b"ldiner said to be owned -by a Mr. Max-11 and occupied by a' M--s. Tuck er. There was Slight damage. B. E. Conlin will leave on the noon trn in today for the Oreat L.akeS, , where he will spend the summer. JantAs GurphiA. who has been at the Ppnero'a hospital several weeks re rnver'nsr from an operation, has re turned to his home In Milton. jr.ntfr 11 recruits who enroll for tr'nfrt und service in the merchant ria-'o will he. sent to Norfolk instead of 'w Orleans. It was announced yesterday. AT PLYMOUTH, PILGRIM'S HOME . Plymouth. May 31. The seaplane XCt4. pride of the American Navy, crossed Plymouth sound, circled the place whence the pilgrim fathers sailed' in their " cockleshell ship for the new world in 1620 and alighted in Catterwater. Her epoch makiner trans-Atlantic flight ended at 2:22. I She left Ferol, Spain, where she spent Friday night at 6:27 thi smorning, cov ering the "distance of approximately five hundred miles in less than" seven i hours. Exquisite Turkey Dinner Today Monday, 10 o'clock Values up to $4.50, for $XQ0 ' each, as long as they, last Fine Chic Styles in Trimmed Hats, specially priced for this sale $4.95 MRS. NORDSTROM'S MILLINERY 120 South Palafox Street RULING ASKED ON COTTON FUTURES CONTRACT FORM "Washington, May 31. The supreme court in petitions filed today was asked to determine whether the pres ent standard form of contract used on the New York and New Orleans cotton exchanges complies with tho provisions of the federal cotton fu tures act. The question is involved in proceedings by New Orleans brokers against Fred Browne, of Fort Smith, Arkansas. J. L. BILLINGSLEY WANTS ATTORNEY GENERAL'S JOB Tallahassee, Fla., May 31. J. I. Bil lingsey, of Miami, is at the capital and today gave out a positive announce ment that he is in the race for at torney general. .The governor today appointed Lieu tenant O. P. Hilburn, of Tampa, to be Judge of the juvenile court of Hills borough county for a term of four years. RGONNE HERO MADE COLONEL IN TENNESSEE Chattanooga, May , 31. Sergeant Alvin York, hero of the Argonne, has planned to come here next week and Join the Chattanooga delegation of Ro tarians and attend the national Rotary convention at Salt Lake, June 10. York will go to Nashville soon to ap pear before Governor Roberts and re ceive the title of colonel conferred on him by the Tennesse legislature at a recent session. PROPOSITION TO REPEAL LUXURY TAX IS OPPOSED Washington, May 31. Representa tives Cannon, republican, and Thomas and Sims, democrats, led an attack in the house today against the repeal of the luxury tax section of the war revenue bill, which has been unp.ni mously proposed by the ways and means committee. They said its re peal would only remove costly articles from taxation, which could he borne without financial injury of consum ers. MRS. PAULINE PERRY DIES THIS MORNING Mrs. Pauline Perry, 59 years old, wife of Capt. Charles Perry, died this morning at 3:10 o'clock at the family home, following an illness of several months. Besides her husband the de ceased is survived by two sons, C. B. and Wra. A. Perry, of this city ' and one daughter, Mrs. A. H. McLeod, also of Pensocola. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. E Shape BI!atBS!igSiaE!SaS!HSHSIS?? ' TALLAHASSEE 2 Tallahassee, May 31. (Special). A number of the attorneys of Talla hassee bar are planning to attend the state bar association which meets at Atlantic Beach, June 10. Miss Mabel Brinson arrived in the city Sunday evening to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Sealey. Miss Brinson has been spend ing the last eight months on the east coast where she was principal of the primary department in the Titusville schools. The Tallahassee chamber of com merce is taking steps to maintain a baseball club for the summer months. Much interest is being shown in the movement. Miss Ollie Alligood, who has been teaching at Bonifay. is at home for the summer. Mrs. W. M. Ainsworth and daughter. Miss Eloise Ainsworth, of Austin, Texas, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mcintosh. H. P. Stuckey, of the Georgia ex periment work, a brother of the late J. "W. Stuckey, is here on a visit to relatives. Friday Mr.' Stuckey, accom panied by L M. Ausley, W. H. Ruge ley, A. P. McCaskill and W. W. White, motored to St. Mark's where they en joyed a day of fishing. Miss Inez McLaurin has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Tampa and Bartow. C. T. Frecker, of Tampa, president o fthe state board of health, is spend ing several days here. Dr. J. T. Hicks has. bought the Woods house on Calhoun street, now occupied by Dr. and Mrs. J. W. De Milly, and will very soon move into it with his family. W. C. Cromartie, of Meridian, was among the visitors in the city Thurs day. Mrs. J. R Randle is visiting points in South Florida for several days. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hawes are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a daughter, born, Sunday, May 25. One of the visitors in the city this week was Mr., George Betton Massey, who is interested in the coming cele bration of the centen.iial of the pur chase of Florida, which, is to occur in 1921. Former Senator D. A. Finlayson, of Monticello, was in the city Tuesday, looking after business interests. On Saturday last the Tallahassee golfers were defeated in their match with Thomasville, on the beautiful Country Club course of that city. Thomasville won five out of seven matches. Mrs. B. A. Sellers and children, of West Florida, are visiting Mrs. B. C. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Charleville have") returned home after spending three weeks visiting relatives and friends in Ledoniw, Texas. Dr. George H. Gwynne has return ed from iXew York, where he spent the last week on professional busi ness. - Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gwynne, of Dothan, Ala,, have returned home after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gwynne, Sr. Tuesday afternoon the ladles of the library "association gave a beau tiful tea, in the library building. The affair was given for the benefit of the library and a very creditable sum was realized which will be used for the purchase of new? books, maga zines, etc. Mrs. W. - H. Ellis and daughters, Millie and Julia, are' visiting- relatives in Gainesville . for several months. Mrs. Guyte P. McCord and children have returned from a visit of several days in Muscogee, where they were the guests of Mrs. McCord's parents. William Roberts, of Centerville, spent Monday in the city looking after business interests. Benj. A. McGinniss returned Thurs day from France, where he served eiKht months with the T. M. C. A. American Expeditionary Forces. Mr. McGinniss was stationed at Cannes, one of the most delightful and most beautiful ports on tho Mediterranean. Herbert Keith has returned home after several months service' in the navy. Mrs.. John Taylor Bradford and daughter. Miss Margaret Bradfrd, of Washington. D. C. are the guest3 of We Furnish the Home Complete NfTUfcC COMMNV 72ZSS2 Sale Miss Edith Elliot, at her home on East Virginia street. Hon. Cary A. Hardee, of L.ive otic, retourned to his home Tuesday, after several days spent in the city on bus iness. Mrs. John J. O'Brien of Moore Ha ven, who is mayor of that progressive little city, and also a major on the governor's staff, returned home Tues day, after several days Spent in the city. Mrs. Bethel Blanton Tatum, of Mi ami, is in the city for several days. g NAVAL STORES PENSACOLA. Pensacola. Fla., May 31, 1919. . Receipts Casks Last Year Today . 94 189 This month 3.93S 2,025 This season ........... 4,530 2,866 Shipments, Casks Today 447 266 This month 7,211 3.9S0 This season 14,026 8,015 Stocks, Casks Today 23,244 36,690 April 1 34,74 41,839 Receipts, Barrels. ' Last Year Today 234 315 This month 10,443 6,231 This season 14,110 10,290 Shipments Barrels. Today 384 370 This month 9,117 13,076 This season 13,274 36.999 Stocks, Barre?9. Today 50.667 46.641 April 1 49.837 73.350 Quotations were as follows: Close X. WW -14.10 WO . ?13.90 N 13.75 M 13.00 K 12.75 I. H . 11.40 G . H.30 F 11.20 E . 11.15 D 11.10 B . 10.75 JACKSONVILLE Savannah, May 31. The spirit "mar ket was firm at 871. with sales of 54 casks. Receipts, Cask3. Last Tear Today 23S 301 This season 7,503 5,946 Shipments, Casks Today 1 416 This season 18,808 7.773 Stocks, Casks. Today 7.572 22,467 April 1 18,850 24,293 The rosin market was firm with sales of 876 barrels. Receipts, Barrelv Today 370 838 This season 15,363 22,113 Shipments, Barrels - Today . 63 3,427 This season 20,623- 28,011 Stocks, Barrels. Today 55.911 90.370 April 1, 62.547 96,263 Quotations were as follows: Close. WW . 13.25 WG ..13.25 N ...13.00 M .12.55 K 12.30 V i . .....n.oo ir 10.65 G . 10.65 F 10.60 E , 10.55 D . ....10.50 ... B . ....10.45 SAVANNAH Jacksonville, May 31. The spirit market was strong at 89 with sales of 322 casks. ' Receipts, Casks. ' . Last Tear Today 457 733 This season 11.815 . 12,23-i Shipments, Cask . " Today 1.915 145 This season 58,013 16,358 Stocks, Casks. Today . 14,446 53,093 April 1 41.644 57,219 The rosin market was firm with sales of 1,256 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Last Yea Today 1.2G6 2.505 This season 37,316 35,671 Shipments, Barrels. Today 1,913 3,373 This season 35,791 59,728 Stocks, Barrels. Today 122.177 154,179 April 1 120.652 178,233 Quotations were as follows: Close. WW 13.15-25 WG 12.85-13.00 N 13.00 1 12.40-12.55 X . 12.30 I 11.00 H 10.80 G 10.65-10.75 10.64-10.70 K 10.50-10.60 D 10.30-1040 B 10.15 When sumemr weather comes in crease egs production by abundant feeding of gTeen, succulent, foods. Dr. N. W. Sanborn, extension poultry husbandman, says these can be raised in the garden, or the poultry be given the run of the peanut patch. Any of the summer greens, freshly picked or access to attractive beggarweed fields, will help produce summer eggs. Less high cost grain will be needed, better health maintained in the flock,, and the hens will postpone the moult. That means eggs through June and July. Produce infertile eggs: put some of them into water glass; get more eggs this year, than last yesr, with less cost and larger profits. "BLUE RIIBBON" TALKS I Blue Ribbon Vanilia gives tiessr-ri a delicious flavor. Used by the best cooks. Sold by the leading grocers. Here Are a Few SPECIALS 17a Tl: XITU' SI rui mis jiec&s Selling Sea Island Bleached Sheeting regular 19c quality 12c Yd. 10 yds. to a customer 4 House, Street and Wash Dresses $2.45, $2.95 $3.45, $3.95 These are .values worth 50 per cent more .... M sea .: ilk Poplin Skirts. , .: ; ; . r. black and colors worth $1.00 more n. ' Children's Rompers Large selection, best make and qualityr you can't match them. v A very few elegant GEORGETTE DRESS HATS very special at Regular milliner's price, $25.00 Just in, 25 doz. of those nifty popular ShirtWaisi i V our own exclusive values at il Dry Goods Store "Everything New That's Good" "V 31 South Palafox Street Pay Cash, Pay Less, By Golly, It Pays! $2.95 EacH 1