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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1919.
17 of u VJ i Ma test bro 114 : retui In he ( 5n1 c ri tend filch nan ' mi cr her, he sir 'eri-jl k HI .antJ Pay- Cash Pay Less We have just received a shipment of New Classy Skirts in Exclu sive DesignsNovelty Woolen Plaids and Serges, Prices from $10.95 T0 $18.45; (A real saving of 5 to $8.) A new Stylish lot of Georgette Waists which Q QK TO Q OPT are selling fast ateach ..... ... . . . v.Tp!T. . : p? (A real saving of $1.50 to 4.00) : v..-.-. ... Our line of Dresses ranging in price from each . . . f. .............. . are the most wonderful values in town. $15.00 T0 $24.95 Our Ladies and Children's Coats are the . Kf QK TO fc9 AH latest styles and fabrics Prices from : . . .TT rlV." Come in and let us show you how we can save you from $2 to $8 on these. ' . : , . Good heavy Outings; worth 35c Not over 10 yds. to a customer, at yard 28c Good 7-8 Bleaching, worth 28c Not over 10 yds. to a customer, at yard 21c Fine Sea Island Sheeting, IP 10 yds. to a customer Monday, at yard . . ... . . . . . . . . ...ri Ladies' Silk Lace-effect Hose, all color's and values to 2.00 ' 7Qr Slightly imperfect 2 pairs to customer, at pair . . ......... Beautiful Kimona Flannel, worth 45c ' specially priced for Monday at, yard 38c See the New Velour, Beaver and Pattern Hats, the best makes and styles Poss' Popular Prices $4.45 T0 $9.95 prevailing, from . ........ . : . . . .... . . We Are Continally Striving to Keep the Prices Down itffr w -4.-,. - POSS9 Dry Goods Store "Everything New That's Good Sfl - a. DOINGS pi of the. JL by ALLMAK UFFS U4C1EL JM Do the. , 'i . 1 jiM ? 1 1 VIELL.OAWMS . PO Vau WAIT A HCE DRlUX. OF VH THAT? VO) ME AM TD SAW THAT AMV HUK? AlT FRESH MILK? KKgSX8L'SSS82SS PERSONAL MENTION. S i ass The Royal Neighbors of America meet at the W. O- "W. hall on West Romana street Wednesday- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All members are re quested to be present '. . . Dr. and Mrs. J. H. D'Alemberte and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. IXAlemberte are enjoying a three . weeks visit In the East visiting In New York City. Chi cago, Detroit and other cities.. Mrs. J. H. IXAlemberte will remain in Chi cago for an extended visit, the rest of the rarty exDectintr to return home about the last of the week. -, Mr. and Mrs. M.. J. Brown who have been residing at' 240 West Garden j street expect to move the first of the I month into their new home, 900 West ; Garden street, where they will be at I home to friends. Friends of Miss Nina, Barber! are glad to know that she has returned home from the Pensacola ; hospital where she recently underwent an operation and is continuing to rapidly improve. Mrs. W. C Pryor of the Indianola Inn, Camp Walton, has many friends in Pensacola. who will be interested to .know that she is reported as Im proving after having undergone a re cent operation for appendicitis at the St., Leo hospital in Greensboro. She left ' for Greensboro about " two weeks ago to visit with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. George Pryor and was taken ill while there. Mr. Pryor went to Greens boro to Join her several days aga. . . . Mrs. Sylvester Greenwood "of Tex arana, .Texas, is visiting In Pensacola as a guest at ' the home-of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Smith in Fisherville She will remain to attend the Rodgers Sliter wedding which takes place the last of the month. " - ENGLISH. CLERGYMAN - v DEFENDS BOXING London, Oct. 18. Cries of approval greeted a defence of prize fighting made by the Rev. R. . J. Anderson at the annual meeting the other day of the Cheshire free church councils. , "Some people," he said "have been working lately over boxing and have been holding prayer meeting , to ; try to put a stop to It. The church must learn to understand the needs of men their physical and mental as well as spiritual needs. We must en courage fellowship -and recreation. We must realize that we should treat men and women as human and alive and beings who live in the open and not In the convent." - POLES TO TELL OF ATROCITIES OF BOLSHEVIK I Warsaw! (By : Mall) The Polish government Is compiling, the story of the . atrocities committed under the Bolshevik reign In the city of Minsk, now occupied by the Poles. The latest brought by an American Red Cross worker who has Just returned from a relief assignment in that newly oc cupied city,' concerns the murder of a woman ' Hospital assistant who was rash enough; to express the hope that conditions would Improve when the town fell to the Poles. V The director of the' hospital In ques tion, smarting under an ill-deserved rebuke administered by a surly of ficial of the Red regime, warned the latter that the arrival of the Poles would bring a change for the better. Kor this he was deported to Smolensk. His woman assistant. Who ventured a little further in expresing her opin ion, was . shot into a grave on the dawn before the taking of the city by the Polish army. When visited by workers of the American Red Cross Commission to Poland, the hospitals and orphanages of the city were found in such pres sing need of food that many of them had been obliged to close. 1 One home for war orphans had been without so much as a crust of bread for more than a week. Many others had suf fered similar privations. According to reports on investigations, only outside aid can rescue these people from the chaos of terror and suffering In which they are submerged. i GILFILLAN SCOTT 'Announces that he can take only five more Piano pupils. The Clutter Music House, Phone 15 Ford Owners Attention Have Your Bearings Fitted by a Modern v Burning' System i Day and Night Service All Work . ' , Guaranteed JOHN E. GAMMON DIES AT MARIANNA Treadwell TIRES AND TUBES Supplies and Accessories of all kinds PeesacolaAito Co. 108 West Intendencia Street We are as Good as the Best, and Better than : - the Rest. Marianna, Oct.. 18. The funeral of John E. Gammon, who died early yes terday, following a stroke of paralysis on Friday last, - was held late yester day afternoon -at the home in West End. burial being in the. city cemetery. ,The "funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends, and kthe former business associates of Mr. Gammon in ' banking and other busin""! in which many years acted as honorary pall bearers. Mr. Gammon was president of ; the ' Moore-Gammon Hardware company of .thla-rdty and for many years a director in one of the local banks. He is survived by a wife and four children, S. F. Gammon, as sistant postmaster at Jacksonville; Julien E. Gammon, of Jacksonville; W. Lamar. Gammon of this -city and Miss Mary Gammon, also of Marianna, all of whom were present at the fun eral. ': AUDITS COST SYSTEMS R. T. RAINES PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AUDITOR , PENSACOLA, FLA. DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER H. IE. ROOT Auto Supplies and Bicycles Phone 220 " ; 29 West Garden MICHELIN TIRES FORD PARTS We have a porcelain that fits the Champion X Spark Plug perfectly, and sells for 25c. tRED)DT9 Tlhe Wopder Worker . l,"IM,"S"WiWMSMMWW IS ' " 111 1 "L ' WZ We are grinding our ax with Uncle Sam to make Low Prices and Easy Terms for Your Gain It has been a long time since the Pensacola peo ple had an opportunity to go shopping and buy such merchandise on such easy terms and such low prices. We are the talk of the town, the talk of the county and the talk of the trade: ": ' ,', Men's and Young Men's Fall and Winter SUITS Combining Quality, Style, Fit, Service Taking in a bit of territory, but the suits themselves . will back us up. You won't find such a' wide range : of Style, Material and Coloring anywhere else in town. Snappy waist Reams. English models and the conser vatives that lots of men like the bestA Come in tomorrow and look around .for yourself, that's the only way to appreciate their splendid tailoring. Prices - :$24!?$85 Terms to Suit Your Convenience Women's Suits Dresses and s Cape Our new goods are arriving every, day and I am sure that we will be warm in the hearts of every good woman who. buys her outfit here. Escam bia Clothing Co. was opened here to fill a long felt want, where good Pensacola women might find a place where they belonged, where they might feel at home and buy good things at the lowest prices and on the easiest of terms. Women's Suits, Dresses and Capes, all prices from $24 $95 Terms to Suit Your Convenience f " f m CO, "THE STORE YOU WILLEVENTUALLY TRADE AT" 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PENSACOLA, FLORIDA