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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1919.
i Sffif DUFFS ALLMATST jCWis T&-rwesBSrtoceho"nvcBAMic M Awful crwip w.e . J Stop wd c?et tme railroad f cjses ' Rnr. off the reel r- JS here A '- J cuAAJtf e. nr. buv LT'crra RUNOPEO OoLUVi. i a .tickets fix HAVEL 422.13 t t- T - Bill - CAM Soi ? Moce-TtwAT SiSfio' change rr? I ictupE3Tme J " 1 I I J !fJg REMARKABLE JUMP IN JUNE f EXPORTS SHOWN IN REPORT A remarkable Jump in exports dur ing June brought the total for the fiscal year 1919 to more than seven billion dollars, a ne wrecord. accord ing: to a statement Issued today by the bureau of foreign and domestic commerce, department of commerce. The June exports are put at, $918, 000,000, which exceeds the previous high record,1- established In April of this year, by more . than $200,000,000. The exports for June of last year were valued at $484,000,000. Total exports for the fiscal year stand at $7,225, 000.000, as compared with $5,920,000, 000 for the. fiscal year 1918. This is more than three times the exports for 1914, the last normal year. Exports since the armistice was signed In No vember are estimated at about $5,000, 000.000. The excess of exports over Imports for the fiscal year 1919 was $4,129,000,000 against $3,000,000,000 tho previous year and -less than ' $500,000 in 1914. . ., : Imports for June were valued at $293,000,000. falling off from the total of $329,000,000 recorded for May, but an Increase over the $260,000,000 for June of the previous -year. Total im ports for the fiscal year Just close 1 are placed at $3,096,000,000, as against $2,946,000,000 for 1918. The removal of war-time restric tions caused a decided Increase in the exports of gold, from less than $2,000, 000 ach in April and May to $83,000,000 in June. The gold . exports for th fiscal year amounted to $117,000,000, against $191,000,000 for 1918. Exports of silver fell off from $29,000,000 in May to $13,000,000 in June, but in creased from $139,000,000 for the fiscal year 1918 to $301,000,000 for 1919. IS z . S S SHIPPING NOTES. a x asssssssssssssssx The Tecumseh was taking on ice yesetrday afternoon and will probably sail today. The barges Consul and Douglas are loading with timber and lumber, re spectively, for Cuba, The Culebra of the Warren com pany also arrived yesterday, with a cargo of 26,000 pounds. The Sterling Castle, a large British steamer, is expected here some time next month with a cargo of kanlt. The tug Sea King, of the Aiken I fleet, with two bargjes in tow, arrived j yesterday morning from Mobile, ana) Is soon expected to leave for Cupa. The Q-6,-quartermaster boat at Bar rancas, has been hauled up on the 1 ways to be cleaned and painted and to have two new plates put on. . J Considerable activity is evident ! along the water front now. and a num ber of schooners and steamers have recently come into the harbor, or are making preparations to sail. SS COOLER IN PENSACOLA. a a - - 'K The Mary B. Greer of the "Warren Fish company's fleet arrived yesterday and is engaged in unloading. She en countered bad weather and only se cured a catch of 3,000 pounds last trip. The steam schooner Astrl, of Chris tiana, which has recently been taking on a considerable cargo of lumber, is now at the It. &. N. wharf taking on oil for her own use. This schooner is an oil burner. : New Silk Dress Styles direct from New York City These are made to sell for. $35, same as our present stock. All our Silk Dresses from $25 to $35 now on hand are added, and all will go on sale at once at$25. See window display. , There is no magic, no red tape, nothing sensational or "if and ands" about it, all just plain business. 3-Day Sale Entire Line Children's Socks Ends Today. - Comprising our entire stocks standard brands Gordon, Onyx and Notaseme silk lisle and lisle in white, solid colors, and fancies in many patterns, all sizes 4 to 9 1-2. . V All 25c Socks for. . . . . . 17c All 35c Socks for . . . . v. 23c All 40c Socks for 27c J All 45c Socks for . . . .30c All 50c Socks for . . . . . .33c All 65c Socks for .... . .44c Watson. Parker & Reese Co. Everything to Wear . The highest temperature recorded in Pen sa cola yesterday, according to he local weather bureau's report, was 86. Higher temperatures in cities in other states were as follows: . Atlanta, 88; Birmingham. 88; Bos ton, 92; Brownsville, 92; Dallas. 92; Denver. 88; Des Moines. 96; Dodge City. 94; Havre. 88; Helena, 90; Kan sas City, 96;" Memphis. 90; Mobile, 92; Montgomery,. 92; New Orleans, 90; New York, 90; North Platte, 96; Okla homa, 92; Palestine. 92; Phoenix. 98: Pittsburg, 88; Raleigh, 92; San An tonio, 90; St- Louis. 92; Salt Lake City, 88; Sheridan. 96; Shreveport. 92; Vicksburg, 92 ; Washington. 94; Will iston. 90; Wlnnemucca, 92. AFTER SUPPER WHAT? .Tear Out Here. Most of your time is mortgaged to work, meals and sleep. But the hours after supper are yours, and your whole future depends on how you spend them. You can fritter them away on profitless pleasure, or you can make these hours bring you position, money, pow er, real success in life. ; There's a big job waiting for you in your present work, or any line you choose. Get ready for it! 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FARRINGTON, Local Manager Mr. Farrington can be found at I. C. S. Office, Fisher Bldg., Fensacola, every Saturday and Monday, 3 p. m. to 8 p. m. The Spanish schooner Alicante, from Alicante, Spain, cama into the harbor i Monday, morning:. She will be loaded j for a Spanish port by the .firm of J. f Garrisa. company. She is the first Spanish vessel here in several months. A large number of mahogany Jogs, that have been unloaded from ship board near the I & N. wharf, are now. being loaded by C. C. Mingel & company on cars and' will be shipped 1 oit to .Louisville, Ky and other points. . . . OPEN FOR BUSINESS The large steamer Daca of the, Uni tedStates Shipping board, which has been tied up here by the strike, began taking on cargo early yesterday morn ing. Previous to this only a half day had been spent by the Daca In loading cargo. . The Clara H. Silva is taking on Ice and will probably sail Wednesday. It is said that the Virginia wiU sail to day. The Ecsco took on ice yesterday and sails today, if her engines can be gotten In shape. The Clara. M. Llt tlef leld. another one .of the Saunders fleet. Is" expected to sail today. International Correspondence Schools Box 1617, Scranton, Pa. ' i Explain, without obligating me, how I can qualify for ; the position, or in the subject, before which I mark X : . nilfCTtlCU EISIIEEI . OElMarWta . Elactric Wlria Electric Lishttac Ctectric Car Raaaia m j Haavy lUactrtc TrcHaa . Clacartc Machiaa tMnm . QTatavraa Eaia..r . nMfca-aiCai EssiaCEl . Q MKlnunl Drahmu . rj Macbtea Daaignar m Q MukuM Sfco. Practlca . M SotlHw.ka. or Daaigaar Pattaramaltar rjTaiaiakrr Q Fa.ry Work rj Blackaatlta Q SHaat Mal Warkar ; Qa.TIMSIILES Q AataaaoMta R.aatrlaa; . OSffaM f Ml SEES . n SM-E!aciric Eaateaar . n Saartoaary Etraaiaa M Mariaa Enaia.ar n KtMrwMMt faajaaar j Gaa Caaiaaar B CIVIL f aillEEl Z Name I Present Occupation . : . . . Street I and No. j City ... ...... N) aa.a.aa........ 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' This steamer makes two trips a week Into the local harbor. ' , JOURNAL FORCES FEAST ON MELONS SHERIFF'S FARM .Through a generosity that 1 characteristic- of but few men compara tively as of Sheriff J. C. Van Pelt, the forces of the Journal, throughout each of-its departments, has enjoyed a day of watermelon cuttings, the festivities of which have been greatly appreciat ed by each and every member of the staff. Occasionally one or two "show melons" are brought , to the Journal, but it was something unusual when yesterday morning a wagon from the sheriff's fine farm at Brent drove up and unloaded the whole lot as a treat to the Journal staff, r .And : of ' those so far cut there is not a bad one in the lot. Of a size to be fully ma tured without being overgrown, they .r of a deliciousness that is up to the Imagination drawn from the pic tures in the seed catalogues of t rich, red color, sweet and of fine flavor. Those brought to the Journal were simply specimens of thousands that have been on the local market during the past feew weeks from the veteran sherif ra farm and they prove that he is efficient not only as an official.' but is a' good farmer as well and to be a good farmer In these days of high cost of living is certainly a first quali fication and asset. EVERY BOY TO LEARN TO SWIM IS SLOGAN NOW "Every boy a swimmer' Is the slo-, gan of the city-Ide swimming cam- j oaten to be put on all next week, j August 4th to 9th. at Bayview park under the direction and supervision of the local Y. M. C A. Every boy between the ages of ten and eighteen' and who cannot swim is wanted to take advantage of this op portunity to learn under the instruc tion of the very best swimmers In Pensacola, There will be no charge whatever attached to these classes and they are open to any and every boy in the city. AH that Is required Is to register for the classes and report promptly- for Instruction. The classes will be held every morning during the week for non-working boys and,, every evening for working boys. The number of needless deaths from drowning-, needless because of the neglect of opportunities to learn - to swim on the part of the -victims, that occur every year In our country and even in our own community is 'realized only too well by everyone. The pur pose of. these classes then is .to cut down the number of possible deaths by making more swimmers. Is your boy a swimmer? Then why isn't he? Liberty Tiro a Supply 60. Located at Kramer & Pfeiffer's Garage 112 West Romana Street, next to Pou's Livery Stable, GASOLINE, LUBRICATING OILS, AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES J. J; BOWES, JR. - : - . ' - a, ' . . ,.na t MANAGER PHONE 164 T f D "D" QJ D E T YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY nn tp . nnrn n n in nnn no i"i ii i f 11 11 11 n 1 1.1 1 v . Jill!,. AUIL1LIUU) FURNISHES YOUR HOME v A small cash payment and terms ; to suit your convenience ;'u n 0 'IT. Sri, T. I UILUADS & m 90 E. Wright FURNITURE Phone 1995 LaoflDDcCiieo o DOpire 2- Service to "Surf Inn," Santa Rosa Island , . Boat leaves city Friday and Sunday evenings at 2:30 p. m. and thereafter until 6 p. m. . LAST BOAT LEAVES' ISLAND 7 P. M. , HYER L AUNCH CO MP A NY- 711 South Palafox Street Phone Z76 ITU. CCUEX3AO (t tl J 'i i