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THE FKNSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1919. SW . EILE.BB DAVIS AND LLOYD STREETS. Phone 18891990 GROCERIES AND FEED STUFFS -r if km fed 4y- i . ' . .: ; r ALWAYS A WINNER jfOMM (PETERS NINTH AVENUE AND WRIGHT STREET GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS ON ICE ? '-:v-' " ' rr5r - few Relief workers in the Ba'Jcan states find aged women everywhere, but of ba Me. there are few and of men there are The problem of caring for women as here pictured is one of the problems of the Red Cross in the Balkans. L. B & M T M & M FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES. GADSDEN STREET GET THAT SMILE GOLDING, FLA. FEED STUFF AND GROCERIES IT'S THE BEST OL.YSVHPBA CAlrE BELMONT AND TARRAGONA STREETS GOOD THINGS TO EAT TRY IT WITH OUR MEALS JOHN OR FA MO 422 NORTH HAYNE STREET. PHONE 565 CALIFORNIA FRUITS AND GROCERIES m) MAKES YOU STRONG AND STEADY A. GORYAROLIS WEST ZARRAGOSSA STREET FANCY GROCERIES AND FRUITS FOR YOUNG AND OLD 9 TOO PETE TARRAdOSSA ALCANIZ AND GOVERNMENT STREETS FRUITS AND GROCERIES cecus pat orr AINT IT GOOD Waggoners JPharmaoy WARRAINGTON, FLA. PHONE 9136 RING ONE DRUGS THAT'S OU BUSINESS YOU'LL ENJOY THE SNAP LET STEVE FIX 'EM " Lct Us Makc You aUk He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP Good With a Kodak. REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE J ALWAYS ON ICE HERE ri y BAY POOL ROOM, Warrington, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Mississippi Mississippi Sound Gulfport Harbor Barge wreck buoy discontinued July 12; the wreck of barge having b.sn removed. C. & G. S. chart No. 190; Buoy Ust, 8th District. 1918. p. 29; Coast Pilot Se. 1916. p. 93. By order of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. ' -fie,;' . - , pjfc , vX Texas Galveston Bay Hitchcock Reef Ixght. relighted July 11. having been found extinguished. C. & G. S. Charts Jfos. 20 and 21; IJeht List. Atlantic Coast. 1919. P- 370. No 2193; Buoy List. 8th District. 1918. p. 45; Coast Pilot Section E. 1916, p. 138. I By order of the Commissioner of Llg'it- houses. I I xf iilrnl--Min.olKlr)ni Sound Gulfpo-t ' Cl-annel Channel ioy. 14. 'and Channel Buoy. 16, eacn rfy;.icea juiy ni c. fcre reported out of position. C. & O. S. Chart 1115; Buoy List Sth District. 1918. p. 29; Coast Pilot Section B. 1916. P. 93. By order of the Commissioner of Light- Stirred by stories of Polish prtrom. London Hebrews marched In ix Krcat pretest against 111 treatment of the Jew lh race In the new republic Here la in head of the procession with the banner o f the Synagogue Brethren of Warsaw in the lead. i houses. Texas Galveston Bay Houston Chan nel Light No. 3. relighted July 13. show ing temporary oil lantern light; hereto fore reported extinguished. C. & G. S. Charts Nos. 20 and 21; Light List. Atlantic Coast. 1919. p. 372. No. 2203; Buoy List. 8th District. 19H, p. 50; Coast Pilot. Section E. 1916. p. 131. By order of the Commissioner of Light houses. GROCERIES AND MARKET WEST JACKSON. PHONE 717 IF IT'S MEAT OR GROCERIES YOU WANT WE HAVE IT. LOTS OF ON THE WAY STOP IN AND ENJOY A COOL BOTTLE HALF WAV MOUSE TOM HARRIS, Prop. GENERAL MERCHANDISE PERSHING IS HONORED 1 CITY LONDON AMERICAN GENERAL IS GIVEN FREEDOM OF CITY AND' A SWORD OF HONOR AT GATHER. ING IN GUILD HALL. J. T. Richards' Restaurant YOU'LL ENJOY IT WITH YOUR MEALS WE SERVE ONLY THE BEST WARRINGTON, FLA. BRAVO! WE HAVE ce London. July 18. London honored General Pershing today by prea-nUni? j him the freedom of the city and a I rt Vmnna In tViA nrfapnce Lf it distinguished company of Briton unJ Americana gathered within tha his toric Guild Hall. John W. Davis, the American am bassador, the embassy staff. Bear Ad miral Henry S. Knapp and his staff, members of the British Rovernment and a number of British general were participants In the veremony. General Pershing was applauded by the crowds that had gathered when he made his entry Into the city, where the guilds and the aldermen in their customary welcoming robes lent a picturesque aspect to the scene.. The general found a company of the grenadier guards, with Its band drawn up in the yard. He inspected the guards and then entered the hall and was conducted to the dais, where he was greeted by the lord mayor and lady mayoress. After the ceremony In the Guild Hall the lord mayor entertained th company at a luncheon at the mansion house. General Pershing sat at tho right of his host, with Mrs. Davis, wife of the ambassad6r, at the left. Others present at the function in cluded Ambassador Davis, Winston Spencer Churchill, the war secretary; the early of Reading. Lord chief Jus tice; Lord Lee, Field Marshal. Sir Douglas Haig and Lady Halg; the earl of Cavan, Walter Hume Long, first lord of the admiralty; Vls-.m-nt Bryce, the members of General 1-ersh-intr's staff and the commanding offi cers of the American units which will take part in tomorrow's victory cele bration. Also attending the luncheon wero lh momVmra nf tVlM A TTlf rirjl T PmbafHV q i 1 1 iv. iiiviiiuvi " - . - - I staff. Major General John Diddle and his staff; Rear Admiral Knapp and v! other American naval officers, togeth- ... . . . , . , , r t nA f or with Major uenerai i. ji. "--" and Hrigadier General K. Ms Maltland. of the transatlantic dirigible R-34. JOHN MEN AS DEVILLIERS AND INTENDENCIA STREETS ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF FRUITS AND GROCERIES GARNIERS NEWS. Florida REHLY-HATTON CIGAR COMPANY DROP IN AND COOL OFF WITH A COLD BOTTLE OF BribctoTo for TAMPA NUGGET CIGAR Garnlers, July it. The wind atorm of the Fourth caused everyone to re main away from the races at Camp Walton. Mr. P. L. and Mr. W. T. Hand . and their families. Mrs. J. H. Drown and children and Mrs. Joe Hush and children went to Camp Walton in the evoninir and watched the dance. Mrs. Joe Rush and children, of Mun son, Fla.. visited with her aljter, Mr. W. T. Hand, for several days last week. Mr! and Mrs. W. N. Hartgrove en tertained Mrs. R. S. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kelly and son, and Miss Genevieve. L- W. Winkley and Maater Louis Graham at dinner. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Hartgrove and sort spent Saturday at Camp Walton and on Sunday they visited with the families of Silas Gibson and George Johnson, at Wright, Florida. Mrs. Carlton Robinson and two chil dren, of Freeport, came Wednesday to spend several days visiting her sister, Mrs. EL R. McKee. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McKee and chil dren were Camp Walton visitors Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llttlefleld are the proud parents of a son, born last week The schooner "Lily Bell" came in Tuesday with her usual freight cargo, also the schooner "Viola1 with some ' freight. Mrs. Claud Hall spent several days In Pensacola last week. Thia aection was visited with a much needed rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Few wearers of bracelets know that they were once used to distinguish th insane. Before lunatics were confln-d hi asylums they were forced to wef an armlet for distinction.