THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1919.
The Favorite Summer Resort
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA "
Threw Thousand Feet Altitude.
Highest Town East of the Rockies In the heart of the Blue Ridge. Rec
ognized the Switzerland of America; The Land of the Sky; Leading Hotel
Thoroughly Modern) Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room.
Best Hotel in the Mountains Sleeping Porches.
Entertainment and Social Life 8pecial Features.
?","e Ltra,nrt CONTINUAL, AMUSEMENT. First Class Orchestra,
?i?"fcn?tahln Horseback Riding. Beautiful Drives. Tennis.
Automobiling. Social Life in the Town centers at the GORDON. Write
at once for reservations. F, O. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
THE DUNHAM HOUSE
Waynesville, N. C. (3000 ft. alt.) TVZJ:
e Service Pleases the Most Exacting. Most Beautifully Located; a full
view of all the Mountains, which is grand, inspiring and never to be for
gotten. Trees, flowers and wide verandas. Courtesies of the Hotel Gordon
extended to our guests.
Ratesi $2.50 to $3.00 per day. $14.00 to $17.50 per week. MRS. D. L.
DUNHAM. Prop. (A woman of years experience in this business).
THE FLORIDA ROOSTER
A great deal has been said about get
ting rid of the roosters. Should the Flor
ida poultryman follow the example In
Missouri or New Tork?
At the State Agricultural College, at
the Short Course in January. Dr. N. W.
Sanborn, extension poultry husbandman
for Florida, said:
"If you owned a horse for which you
had no further use would you continue
to keep him and pay for his feed? When
the poultry breeding season is over, and
RAINES, R. T.
Public Aocountant Auditor
San Carlos Hotel
Pensacola, Fla. McCaskiU Block.
EeFunlak Springs. Fla.
TJOTV5K vn. MOTOR CAR
O. H. HATS. Dealer. Phone 74
PEVSACOrA BTffJQT WORKS
m-133 East Intendencia. Phone 57
Auto Repairer and
ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO.
101 N. Pa laox street. Phone 41i
A complete lln of Automobile Accessories
RETOH SANITARY BAKERY
in N. Palafox St. Phone 484
TVt JPeTmont. Phone 818
Baggage and Transfer.
BORRAS TRANSFER CO.
Vftf Chap Ptrt Pbon 1145
W. C. OOELZ
Office Pborie F1VTiee. ?24t
S3U-331 Brent Bu1!d1n.
M. A O. CT.OTHINC3 STORE
S19-223 South Palafox. Phone tl5
CART A CO.
Office Phrne Tard Phoned 4N1I4
NATTON'AT, rRY CLEANTNO CO.
1 Et Grden St. Phone 1S1.
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
100 South Palafsx. Phone 177-17t
THE CRYSTAL, PHARMACY
95. South Palafox. Phones 921 -92
121 South Palafox Phone 109
PEAKIi ELECTRIC SANITARY
SO S. Palafox Street. Phone S48
BAROCO ET,ErTRIC CO.
17 West Garden Street. Phone 111
LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO.
Phone 1674-2093. 109 N. Palafox St
110 Kat WroKht Street.
U'atrh. Clock and Jewelrv Repairing.
MRS. NELLIE M. EOTSEN
The Only Down Town Florist.
II West Garden Street. Phone 1800
NORTH HILL GREENERY
greenhouses. 919 N. Bij !en St. Phone 17
mower Shop. 9 W. Roman St. Phone 833
Private and Public Baths. Elec
tricity and All Modern Conven
iences. Private Board: Home-
you will be thru with the need of fertile
eggs, dispose of every male that will
never be needed again. It is not usual
to keep the same male for over one year.
Unless of great breeding value he should
be sold or eaten. You cannot afford to
produce fertile eggs thru the summer
months. The spoiled egg is commonly the
fertile egg. and when you take to mar
ket infertile eggs they will be worth
more money. Kill, or yard apart from
the hens, the rooster, and produce better
quality eggs for eating."
Times a Week and
$1.00 Per Month
Phone 1500 and tell us to
enter your name under the
Central Trades Council
PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR
R. r. LaMONT, Sec, Box 88.
BoilerMakere, Iron Ship Builders and
Helper of America
R. G. Allen, Business Manager.
Up stairs over Central Pharmacy.
BAY SHORE FOUNDRY CO..
911 West Main Street. Phone 877
MRS. THELMA FRENCH
Groceries and Soft Drinks
Phone 2203. Chase and Eighth Ave.
lb CRAY GROCERY CO.
4J9 West Jackaon Ht. Phone 1858
Fruits and Groceries.
500 E. Wright St.
a. a. BRiooa
l W. Intendencia St.
PENSACOLA ICE CO.
I08-10S N. Tarragona. Phones 59-SI9
MAYES PRINTING CO.
15 Wes Government St. Phone 1S1
THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY
Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing
Motor Boat Supply Store.
PENSACOLA CiAA ENtOIWE &
71 S S. Palafox St. Phone 827
GULF MACHINE WORKS
MS-817 South Palafox Phones 12-14M
Market and Grocer.
JOHN CRESSES. GROCER
934 N. Davis Street. Phone 422
CHRIS CARVEL GROCER
(20 N. Gulllemarde. Phone 1848
R. B. MARKETS
819 N. D-Vinier Street.
DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO.
We do dyeing and wash Palm Beach
427 W. Belmont St. Phone 932
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
114 South Palafox Street. Phone II
THE PENPACOLA JOURNAL
Phones: Editorial. 38: Business. 1500
ferejrng Except Sunday
PboMfc. k dtorial 4S; Business. Ill
BE A MILLION
ESTIMATE PLACES CROP THIS
YEAR AT ABOUT
"Washington, July 2. A cotton crop
about 1,000,000 bales smaller than last
year's was forecast for this year by
the department of agriculture in esti
mating prospective production at 10,
Acreage this year shows a cut of 8.7
per cent from last year's, the decrease
being 3,24 ',000 acres, the total being
33,960,000. The agitation for a reduc
tion in acreage which the department
of agriculture says occurred in every
cotton growing state, the scarcity and
high prices of labor and unfavorable
planting weather caused the heavy de
crease. The propaganda for reduction of
acreage affected principally the larger
growers, according to the department,
but most of the small proprietors and
tenant farmers maintained or even in
creased their plantings this year.
Many other farmers who had not
DR. T. O. TATfU
Expert Optician. Fisher Buildlnr
Painters, Paper Hangers.
w . E- WELLS
i Eawt Government. Phone 77J
vha , . CHAS. COTTRELL
204 1-2 South Palafox. Phone 1102
,a. , AOELOS DATHY LUNCH
108 South Palafox Street. Phone 803
. . Shoe Maker
Palafox and Main Sts. Phone B14
DVWlT Yli lit a T-t y nt a
1021 N.-Davis Street. T&na 6,f
CHATTMAN S FLWTRiCAL SHOE
For City Quality at Village Prices
, a , Shin Chandler..
711 S. Palafox St.
V. Q. VFJNTTTRA
East Garden JH,
Bob's Taxi hone 333
Service Day and Night
18 West Garden
r.A A- COX' TE SHOP
510 S. Prlafox Sreet. Phone 418
KING TAILOR1KO CO.
Builders of Fine Flttln Clothe
0 South Palafox Street
Revlstery of Trained Nurses at White's
Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 448
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
J. C. Young ios B. Grer
POSSOLID A TTn fsnnnrur es
201 E. Garden St. Phone 1719
NO RT HTTP 4k WOOB.
IS West Intendencia St. Phone 89
TODAY THESE SECURITIES WILL
BE OBTAINABLE IN $100 AND $1,-
Savings certificates in denominations
of $100 and $1,000 will be issued by
J the treasury department Thursday for
purchase and investment, oov. w el
born of the Federal Reserve bank an
"War savings stamps of denomina
tions of $5 are convertible into these
securities, which bear the same rate
of interest as savings stamps, 4 per
cent, compounded quarterly.
Widespread and continued saving
and investment in $5 stamps through
out the country has caused insistent
demand for government securities
which would combine the safety and
profit of saving stamps with the con
venience in handling and registration.
The new securities have been issued in
response to that demand and to pro
vide a medium for investment of funds
of fraternal societies, unions and other
civic( social and religious organiza
tions which signified a desire to in
vest their funds in these government
savings secui ities.
One hundred dollar certificates are
convertible into $l,0i0 certificates. The
limit of investment of $1,000 for each
individual which is a feature of the
savings stamps issue has been retained.
grown cotton for years planted it this
season hoping to receive the high
prices prevailing at planting time.
Most sections report the crop late
and as a scarcity of labor. Boll wee
vils are reported very active in a
large portion of the belt.
In a statement of the cotton report
the department said:
The heavy cut of 8.7 per cent in the
! area devoted to cotton this year has
J resulted from the scarcity and high
price of labor, unfavorable weather
for planting and abandonment of
fields in many sections because of in
ability to get the plant worked out of
the grass, coupled with an agitation in
every cotton state for reduction in the
"The propaganda for reduction of
acreage affected principally the larger
planters, but most of the small pro
prietor and tenant farmers, who had
disposed of their 1918 crop at a high
price maintained or even increased
their plantings. Many other farm
ers who had not grown cotton for
years, planted it this season hoping to
receive . the- high prices prevailing at
"In portions of Texas, Oklahoma and
along the northern border of cotton
production, wheat was planted last
fall because of the government guar
anteed price. In the sea Island sec
tions of Georgia and Florida there
was a heavy reduction in acreage
planted to cotton because of boll wee
vil ravages as in the case also in the
newly infected sections of Georgia and
South Carolina, considerable cotton
already planted having been plowed
up and planted to other crops.
"There is general complaint in most
sections of lateness, too much rain,
grassy fields and a scarcity of labor.
Because of the mild winter of 1918 and
the wet season to date, weevils are
reported as very active in Southern
and Eastern Texas, Arkansas, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida,
and a large portion of Georgia and
southern part of South Carolina.
CHARGED WITH TRAIN
Arthur Woodall and Emile Harper,
of Dothan, Ala., faced a charge of
train riding in the court of record
yesterday. The boys told a straight
forward tale of thei rattempts to ' re
turn home after failing to get work
in Pensacola and of their subsequent
arrest by the constable at Molino, and
were given their freedom aftr Judge
Jones had lectured officers on the
practice of arresting children.
Just as soon as you feel the effect of
the Malarial Germs after being bitten
by Malaria Mosquitoes, it is advise
able to take GROVE'S TASTELESS
chill TONIC to destroy the Germs
and remove the Impurities. Pleasoitt
to take. GOc per bottle. Adv.
can be easily cleaned, re
freshed and brightened up
Cleaning and Pressing
We Are All Going Out to Celebrate this
Shoe Shop Will Be Closed All Day
Friday, July 4th
If you'll send us your shoes today, Thursday, we'll fix
them in time for Friday's festivities. Phone and our mo
tor delivery will call.
Goodyear Shoe Shop
HENRY C. DAVIS, Manager
111 North Palafox Street Phone 416
214 South Palafox Street
Merchants' Lunch, 35c
The Home of Good Service"
In Your Home
Don't let the first "scorcher"
find you unprepared. Assure
your family and yourself cool
comfort straight through the
hot summer months.
buy today the first hot spell
is bound to bring a shortage.
The cost for Electricity is less
than one cent an hour.
Pensacola Electric Co.
When You Go Away On Your Vacation
DON'T FORGET TO CALL 1500
AND HAVE THE CIRCULATION DEP'T
The Pensacola Journal
A PAPER FROM HOME IS THE BEST WAY
TO KEEP UP WITH THE PROGRESS OF
We Furnish the
20 S. PALAFOX r.
Let Us Be Your Milkman
Pasteurized Dairv Products
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Pan American College
PHONE 61 274-289 BRENT BUILDING
HOFFMAN & SELLERS AUTO CO.
K.elly-Springfieid and Firestone Tires.
Oils and Greases
57-59 East Gregory Street. Phone 825.
WAS-GOTT GINGER ALE
Excellent for Indigestion
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprittor
420 West Belmont Street
Office Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668
HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D.
"Only the Best"
212 South Palafox Street Phone 816
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
New and Second-
Wilson - Biggs Co.
Home of the Dayton"
24 South Palafox Street
wTh t tor Ur Wemea"
EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY .TO
Wl -ft AND MILLINERY
Borras Transfer Co.
Offices and Warehouse
East Chase Street
All Kinds of Hauling
Your Business Solicited
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