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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23,, 1919
I f . t. s f H i , i 1 t V - k 1 H i ? I i I t COMMU TST I T Y " ' : ;v : - 5 I L VE R - . As a Gift Nothing is More Appropriate than Silverware . . SEE OUR - - -- :;-::-:.Y.r: COMMUNITY WINDOW Adam, Patrician and Sheridan Patterns 50 Year Plate ' ' .. ' ' and :' .;..'..---;,: , Vernon Community 10 Year Plate . ; In Separate Pieces or in Gift Cases RIGHT AT RAYS ' RIGHT ON THE CORNER Ingram Optical Co. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES ' s hud Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers ' ; FINE COFFEES ' 107-11 East Intendeneia Street ; PENSACOLA. FLA. Kosique Bros.' Garage i 107-9 West Garden Street .) ; 'Phone 949 . Expert Automobile v Repairing Notice to Ice Consumers Our vmobi arc equipped with scalei MX comnmera will i.lun itii-i t "lbt and rport 9ay discourtesy of - pTtVf to ff1c. PfaODM 19 CT Inft. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. I 1 Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY ORTOR'S BAZAAR ! 115 North Palaf ox Everything for the Housewife " J. P. REMICH & SONS Th Star That 8tisfi" Remlch's Grocery Specials . Always Satisfy PHUNE 722 36 North Palaf ox. PRUNES 3 CANS, 25c j Garden Cash Grocery Qardsw and Dgy tiller PKne 2QZ7 Spring1 Garden Market Groceries of All Kinds HIKE DROSSOS & CO, Prop . v ! Phone 234 I j ; LWifl C. Dif f enderf er JewelerOptician 14 Scuth Palafox Street ROX KODAK SHOP CM1 I'UnUMno Picture, Framing Kodak mnd Film Anteo Cameras FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Korth Palafox. just aboVe Isia j Theatre FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY TO WEAR AND MILLINERY 173 PHONES 174 MARSTON & QTJINA Wast Flerlda'a Oldest Furniture Heuaa MeKaa Refrigerator. Globr-Wemleki Book Cases and Office Furniture J. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Furniture ft 0c E. Wright. ' Phone 1902 The Store for Woman" - LA MODE 122124 8outh Palafox Street Ladies Garments and Fins ' Millinery THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL We Furnish the Home j Complete SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE 34 SOUTH PALAFOX , BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE BASER AL LGOODS Phone 846 : 212 SPalafax The Watson Agency -INCORPORATED REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE RENT COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY No. 8 South Palaf ox Street PHONE 54 EXPERT VULCANIZING ' r Cord or Fabric Tires O. K. TIRE SHOP , 24 W. Garden St. Bob Hixson HOFFMAN & SELLERS AUTO CG. ' -" : repairs Kelly-SprinjErfield and Firestone Tires. V Oils and Greases 67-59 East Gregory Street. Phone 825. PALACE CAFE 'Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office . OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CARY&CO. H) South Palafos Phones 6. 93, 119, 131 When You Think of Coal, Think of Cary. THE QUALITY SHOP 125 S. Palafox St. Ladies' to Wear Phone 1788 Carter Brokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers and Forwarders Let us enjrage your wpaca when you want room for export. We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rae and available epacew Room 405. Thitun Bldgv Penaasola. JOE L. LICATA EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING "..'. . -8 E. Intendencia. Phone 282 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For the Best and Newest Work in Repairs All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2Q32. YALE BICLCLES Cash or credit Supplies and'. Repairs. Your business appreciated. T. T. WENTWORTH. JR. Cor. Belmont and Iavls streets. Evans Power Cycle and Cycle motor The Cycle Motoi Sales Co. T. T. Wentworth, Jr.'s Store Cor. Belnont and Davi3 Sts. LONDON WOOLEN JHLLS Get Your Fall Suit Union Made 117 South Palafcx v- - EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store F I S HE R - BROWN We Will Bond You 918 Phones 919 OWN YOUR HOME Pensacola Home and Savings Assn.' -''v"v - ' , J. H. Bayliss, Secy t0 South Palafex. . Phona 293 Pay 51.00 Weekly Clothing for Men and Women Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con fidentiaL Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. IsB11I1BIDEIBBbI 0 ' :.- D B . LOCAL MARKETS. K H D BB6SI&aB8IBBBSISSBK8! Wholesala -. The quotations of the local - whole sale markets, remained firm yesterday - Produce. 'i Apples, per bbl, $9.75 and $10.25 Apples, per box, 4.50 Bananas, per pound 0S Butter, per pound, 65 and .... . .B Bean- . . ' '". . ...... . . -. Navy, per pound . Lima, per pound Beets, per pound . , Celery, per dozen .; Cabbage, per pound ........... Carrots, per pound Cantaloupes, per box. $1.75 ax. I Chickens, per pound,-.35 and.'. Chickens, per pound, .39 and.. Turkeys, dressed ............. Eggs, per dozen, .54 and.. lira pea ' Tokay ........ Limes, per 100 . . .1W jot 1.50 04 'JOT., 2.25 i .40 .45 ; - .46 J .59 , 3.25 Mealing IHlonoy YEgEzII Heals The Throat Cures the Cough , 35c per Bottle A FREE BOX OF GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE I Opens the Pores and Penetrates j For Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup, is enclosed with every bot tle of HAYES HEALING HONEY Yotf get the Cough Syrup and the Salve for one price, 35c Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to the Public by Paris Medicine Company Manufacturers erf Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets & Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Lemons, per box .... Onions : : Yellow, per pound Red,, per pound Potatoes- ;: Irish, per pound...." Sweet, per bu.... Peaches. p crate, $2.25 and .. . Peas,, per box................. Tomatoea , t '. . ' ,.' . ' XiUjrgen ..................... ; Baltimore . . .'. . . . .'. . .'. . .. Grains and Feed.. Corn, ; per bu. ............... Oats, per bu. Bran, per cwt Chops, per cwt. ...... ........ Middlings per cwt, $3.30 and . . Cotton seed meal, per cwt. Pour per cent cotton seed meal Seven . per ; cent,t cotton jjed meal Cotton seed hulls, per cwt. .... Union grain, per cwt. .......... Liberty feed, per cwt .......... Poultry feed, per cwt. ......... Hay : Timothy No. t. per ton Poultry feed 3 -lfalfa, per ton ............... Sseds - Turnip, per pound ............. Cabbage, per pound Rust proof oats, per pound ... Rye, per pound - Fertilizers. 4 per cent. Acid Phosphate, per ton 16 per cent. Add Phosphate, per ton Pish scrap, per ton ............ , Retiif. " Jv'o changes were reported In the quotations of the local markers yester day. '- Apples, per dozen, .40 to.......$ Bannanas, per pound Butter, per pound'. Beans . , Navy, per pound ............ Lima, per pound Beets, per pound Cabbage, per pound ........... Carrots, per pound 70 1 1 1 11 : ! . , .$V4 1 - - - - $.60 . r K V $.45 : : V ' $.00 72 j; i ' w ) -'i . 4.00.' v ? i -k M V ihUMsi 21.60 29.75 .75 .08 .70 Celery, per bunch, .15 and. , Chickens, per pound, .40 and... Cranberries, per quart, .15 and' Eggs, per dozen, .50 to Grapes, per pound. .20 and..... Crape Fruit, each, .08, .10 and. Lemons, per dozen............ Onions, .per pound Oranges, per dozen, .50, .75 and .13 .15 07 V4 .07 07 b .25 .60 .20 .75 .23 .12 4 .40 .07 1.00 SHOES WEAR LONGEU When you walk in comfort: sq do stock ings. . A package of Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to shake Into the shoes and sprinkle In the foot-bath, gives you that "old shoe" comfort. Al'en's Foot-Ease stops the pain of bunions, corns and calluses, and makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Ladies can wear Fhoes one size - smaller with the same comfort by shaking some Allen's Foot fciase In each shoe in the morning. Sold everywhere. MARY PICKFORD, IN THE HOODLUM" Coming to Isis Tomorrow. if Two. Hard Boiled Eggs Cause Fracas Another Sennett riot ' of fun - Is at the Isis Theatre today. . The latest comedy is called "The Dentist." Char lie Murray is the genial doctor, with a mortgage on his officer a jealous wife, and two tough .brothers-in-law living with him. He falls for a pretty stenographer and presents her with a necklace. Her boss, who also holds the mortgage on Charlie's place, gets angry and threatens to foreclose. Charlie's crook brothers get busy and try to steal the necklace. . Everybody thereupon gets into a Jam, and a wild fracas results. The climax is said" to be one of . the funniest things ever shown on the screen. . Jim Finlayson is the man who gets sore at Charlie, and Marie Prevost, one of tho Sennett beauties, is the typist. Charlotte Mi- States Tire: Good Tire g ' United VrVl&SJ:,Jrf -AVW' 'Chain 'Royal Cord Most Economical Wear life service mileage- safety comfort. These are the things that count in a tire. - These are exactly what you get in United States Tires, general all-round tire satis faction. This greater total of tire values means greater econo myless cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation. '-' . . ' - Car owners who do ( their own thinking prefer United States Tires. Their merit is recognized everywhere. We have - them a type and size for every car. We know United States Tires are good tires, That's why we sell them. Leonard & Christie, Cantonment. . . - Wm. R. . MixonJay Ike J. Heilbron -: . Pensacola Buick Supply Co. , 1 Pensacola Shipbuilding Co. ' G. H. Hays Southern States Lumber Company, - c Muscogee, Fla. : Central Garage Palmer Auto Co. J. H. Parker, McDavid neau is Murray's Jealous wife. Kali Pasha, of the bushy black whiskers, plays the chief villain. PASTIME One of the dramatic treats of the season will be offered at the rastlme theatre' on Oct. 23, 24. 25, when Nat S. Jerome, the noted comedian and character actor will appear in a new one act comedy entitled "Our Chil dren," written and staged by that unc tious and virile writer Emmet Devoy. As an exponent of a certain type of the Hebrew found in New York city's most respected circles, Mr. Jerome Is without a rival and convincingly proves himself an originator by giving to the stage the type of Hebrew wo havo longed to see, a real human flesn and blood creation. As for the play, there is not a dull moment. It is a phychological study of human nature. A Justification. Adroitly written and originally por trayed. Every line rings true because It depicts life as It is and as it must always needs be. Comedy and heart interest are deftly and artistically blended. A . playwright is often a theatrical tailor. "When a star wants to appear at his best he goes where he knows he will tret the best fit. Nat S. Je rome, in "Our Children" is said to be giving tho stage an exceptionally fine bit of character acting. Emmot De voy has provided him with a role that fits like a glove. "Our Children" Is a comedy drama with comedy predominating. It is the story of tho fusion of wills and ideas. The beach at Atlantic City, like the sands of most summer resorts, is a play ground and out-door play is us ually athletic. This is why Nellie anJ Ernest Veronica have selected the beach at Atlantic City as the scene gymnastic routine. They are among the fastest of comedy ground tumblers and offer some ' excellent somert-aut-ing. The introduction of a rolling chair enables them to offer many new feats' In a novel manner. Gertrude Van Dyck is known bs "The Love Girl." This title should not be taken as meaning sentimental "tommy-rot." It applies to v the love of mankind and to tho love of &1S things beautiful, and more to th( lover of her work. Miss Van Dyck is a singing com edienne. She presents in story anJ song a creation of her brother's, Vin cent Van Dyck, called "Life's Greatest Question." It sounds like a problem play, but it is not. "The Great Ques tion" with Miss Van Dyck is how to provide wholesome entertainment and apparently she has found tho answer. After playing separately for over a season the Murray Sisters have again Joined hands. Few sisters have en Joyed more popularity than Z'arion and Victoria Murray.' They e.tablis-heJ themselves In the amusement worM with the stability of Gibraltar and Just as a tourist looks forward to some time seeing the Rock of Gibraltar, so does the public look forward to the engagement of the Murray Sister. Kor their re-association they h"vc had Frances Nordstrom supply their songs and patter. Few writers an; more capable to do this thin Nordstrom. She writes what is com monly known as "sure-fire" maria'.. Poverty Correct Nesdle Fluid fr Bloated Arms of Rich, Says Blues Doctor. A period of poverty is the best ter.lc In the world for the over-wealthy v ho are afflicted with gout and ba l i;" positions. This is the lessons rirsi'd by Mary Plckford as Amy Bur' in "The Hoodlum." the second of h"r productions from her own stui-s which will be given a run. comir.tr.c ing tomorrow at the Isis Theatre. However, Amy Burke does not corr.? by this impression through experi rc among the poor and hearsay :iu the rich. In a Series of ludicr events she is voluntarily taken from mansion where fluffy powder pu- s silk lingerie, French heels and t. marcel hair wav-are,all the rafe and dropped , into 'the grime of a ten" ment street.