THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1919.
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NIAGARA The klny and queen of Belgium round huge enjoyment
In their visit to Niagara Falls. They donr.ed the rubber euita and Blip-overa
for their feet and went down into the Cave of Winds anlong with the other
tourists. And. of course, the photographers "got" them. ' Here they are.
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Suit Filed in Court of Record.
The Standard Oil Co. vs. J. J. Mc
Daniel. Lamages $300. Sullivan and
Sullivan, attorneys for plaintiffs.
The Standard Oil Co. vs. City Trans
fer Co. Damages $300. Sullivan and
Sullivan, attorneys for plaintiffs.
Henry Snowball vs. Virgie Snow
ball. Divorce. C. W. Girdlestone, at
torney for plaintiff.
Ventura Venabides Quiroga vs. Jose
phine Stafford Quirago. Divorce.
George Earl Hoffman, attorney for
E. E.'- Dungan vs. I "W. Granger.
Damages $500. John S. Beard, attor
ney for plaintiff.
D. II. Holmes Co, Ltd. vs. Mrs. M. C
McCoy. Damages $250 L V. Hols
berry, attorney for plaintiff
Central Pharmacy vs. Brook Drug
Co. Damages $400. It. V. Holsberry,
attorney for plaintiff.
The paste Idea of the International
Trade Conference which opens at' At
lantic .City Monday, October , 20.;, had
its Inception at Informal meetings In
Paris early this year. These sessions
showed the need of joint action look
Ins toward a gret-together arrange
ment commercially by he countries
which had been associated in the war.
The suggestion that such a conference
be held in the United States was sub
mitted to governments and leaders of
opinion In - the countries concerned,
where . It met with - Instant approval.
The Initiative of the Chamber of Com
merce of the United States in arrang
ing for-the Conference, and securingl
the co-operation of England, TVance,
Italy and Beligum, was taken with the
approval of the United States govern
ment. : '
The -purpose of the Conference,
therefore, is to bring together the
leading business men and financiers !
of the United States and the forelga
countries named. In an effort to come,
to a better understanding' of questions ;
of mutual interest, to .work out pro
grams of future development, andi to
inform each country of the difficulties
and needs of the others. The Confer
ence, it Is believed, will give the Amer
ican business men the inspiration they
need, and mark the beginning of a
new commercial era. As a result of
understanding reached, friendly rela-)
tions between the business interests of!
Europe and America doubtless will be
established, American . production Willi
flow without interruption to meet the I
needs abroad, and foreign dealers will
be able: to pay satisfactory prices for
the things they buy. - - ..
MonSay nd Tuesday, the 20th -and
21st, will bo devoted to conference be
tween the foreign delegates . and the
American committees regarding de
tails of subjects to be brought before
the general meetings. The first gen
eral session will be held on Young's
Million Dollar Pier at 2 p. in.. Wednes
day, the 22nd. The Conference ' per
haps will last till Friday, the 24th;
maybe till Saturday. '-.
Following the;flve days conference.
the foreign delegations will -tour the
important industrial centers of the
United States. This will enable the
visitors carefully to Inspect industries
of interest to each, to form business
acquaintances with American bankers
and operators and form a compre
hensive Idea of American methods of
finance, manufacturing and com
merce. A special Pullman compart
ment train has been placed at the dis
posal of the delegates, in which visits
will be made to the following cities r
Philadelphia, Baltimore, "Washington,
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, St. Iuis, Kan
sas City, Minneapolis, St. Paul, . Chi
cago, Detroit, Cleveland. Buffalo, Ni
agara ' Falls, Rochester, Boston, New
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IN the Window of Fashion, and our, store
might well be called so, the height of "the
season's showing of true styles in all manner
of correct woiiien's wear is now at its fullest in
variety of modes and selection of colorings
May we show you particularly and personally some of the
more individually becoming wear which you now have an
ample opportunity of viewing in the extensive assortments
which represent every item of the fashionable woman's ward
robe in our ready-to-wear sections. ;
COATS at ..........
FURS at . .
HATS at ... ......
. . . . . . .$25, $30r $35, $37.50, and up to $175.00
.....$20j.$25, $30K$35, $40 and up to $175.00
.. ..$12.50, $17.50, $25, $35 and up to $100.00
. . .. . .$10, $15, $25, $35, $50 and up to $175.00
r.. . $3.30, $5, $7.50, $10, $15 and up to $35.00
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Same as Cash
FlIRMTTOE OF QUALITY
A PERMANENT INVESTMENT
Remember that trie
line we carry comprises
more than fifty differ
ent models Go-Carts,
Sulkies, Carriages; no
matter - how particular
you may be we have
what you Vant. All
$14.50 to $50.00
$2 Cash; $1 a Week
FOR THE HOME
GOOD FmiNITUEE has no seasons.
lext to the house Good Furniture is the
most important investment of the home-
maker. In fact, furniture tne
home. " '
See that the furniture you buy for the
home is good, well-made of good ma
terials, nicely finished, of high character.
Select carefully, buy deliberately. Cood
furniture makes for Home Happiness
Prepare for Winter by Pur
chasing this Perfectioa Oil
The early morning
jhill-chaser why shiver
and shakeand begin then
day wrong, when you
can be cozy and warm
$1.00 a Week
Sturdy Metal Table Lamps
Only $1.00 a Week
ONE OF OUR
WILL KEEP HIM AT HOME
After a busy day at the office or an
unusually hard day's work at home you
will experience a marked relief , upon
seating yourself in a Royal Easy Chair.
Finished in Brown Imitation Spanish
Leather; Oak, Mahogany or Early Eng
lish finishes. '
See them in our windows and come in
and let us give you a demonstration.
Priced rom $29.50 up.
$1.00 a Week.
Just what you will
need to make your liv
ing room cheerful and
cozy. Why strain your
eyes by a. poor light
when at small expense
you can make reading a
"AH Sorts, all Sizes, all
$1.00 a Week
The best Go-Cart for
Baby is Sideways Fold
ing Push Cart, because
it serves the double pur
pose of carriage and
bed, as it can be made
into a sleeping position,
comfortable and roomy,
with good springs and
Priced from $11.50 to $25
$1.00 a Week
An Organization Trained
to Fulfill Every Demand
s of its Customers
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Iff HI ' s I
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"This is Your Store con
ducted by us ; come as
often as you wish, stay
a3 long as you can,
whether it be for a pur
chase or a look around"
"WE SELL THE BUCK AND PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE WICKS AND REPAIRS"
Klondike. Fla., Oct. 17. Many of the
farmers have lost their hay on account
of -thes-rainy weather. Miss Margie
Helton ls spending a few weeks In Fen-
Unhealthy Fatness Shorten
: Life, Reduce Weight
"Would yon like to reduce your weignt
10 to 60, or more, pounds in . simple,
safe, comfortable way f ...
Do you want to become-Wealthier, to
look younger, to be sprightly, to be more
efficient, to possess a good figure with
out wrinklea or flabbinessf '
Then atop harmful drugging; ,do not
follow any starvation plan or tedious
exercising, but adopt the delightful,
guaranteed, korein reduction system.
Stand by your window or in th opea
air each morning and evening, taking
seven deep breaths. Use oil of korein
and follow the other simple directions
of the system, that eome with it.
You will reduce your weight, or re
ceive a forfeiture in cash under $100
guarantee. Go to the drug store and
get a smajl box of U of korein (in cap
sules), now sold at lowest before-war
price, or write to Korein Company,
KB-69, Station F, ew xorK city, zor
free book, "Beduce Weight Happily.'
Amaze, everybody by attractive figure
vigorou3 health "and strengthened per
sonality. Show others this adr't. j
rNDIANA HARBOR, Here ia the approach to the Inland Steel Works, guarded .by United States sol
Quiet setUed on the city , with the arrival of federal troops tQ curb steel strike violence.
sacola with her sister, Mr. 1. TIuTrt.
Mrs. Hubert's baby Is quite ,111. Xick
Nickelson. of Penaco1a, has purchased
home In Klondyke, He bought the old
N'orris place and has. already made many
improvements on it. T. Blackmon
has moved Into what Is "known as the
oM Cowan place. W. il Olsen was j
viiitln friends at Bulah Wednesday.
There ' will be church services here
Sunday, the 19th, at the time of the
regular appointment of the Baptist min
ister. Henry Cobb .and family, spent
the day with . relatives at Beulah, Wednesday.-
A. H. Bailey made a busi-
Sanders called on A. H. .Bailey. Sunday
afternoon. Master Tommls Bamneau
U the puest of Xfaster Charlie ri-
i-rcy Resmonday, of B-u)ah, w .j,,
it:nr with friends here . Sunday.
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J I W J fHill "CC 11 -.j.
by H. Diamond, ls rapldJy
Inrjrer. Corstrurtton has ftarea
Kleven-lIKe Creek bridge.
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