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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
LOCAL MEWS BRIEFS. f Charles ' Simpson of the Arcadia Farms, who has made' such a success of farming in Santa Rosa county, Is acting as agent for a Chicago syndi cate, which has recently cleared fifty or more acres of land in that county, for the purpose 'of starting an experi mental farm, v Ensign and Mrs. Goodchlld of As- bury Park, New Jersey, spoke last night at the Salvation Army hall, and will speak again on Sunday, in the interest of Salvation Army work. The meeting was well attended last evening and the public is invited to attend the services on Sunday. V What Is a Good Value? : A good value is anything that gives back as much comfort and contentment as it costs. A cheap shoe at $4.00 that squeaks and pinches isn't half as good as a $10.00 pair that's smooth, silent and serene. I If you are going to buy a pair of SHOES for yourself, just re member that you can't pick a good VALUE unless you -pick a good pair-r-and you won't get a good pair of . SHOES unless "you pay a fair price. We are now showing a good collection of FALL SHOES, in the newest lasts and in all leathers. ' , .. A movement is on foot in Pensacola, among members of certain labor organ izations, for the building of suburban homes, in order that the condition in relation to the housing problem may be rendered less acute. It is under stood that the Louisville and Nash- afliSU; . i toie WANTED White and Colored . -- HELP Apply at The Empire Laundry "Where Linen Lasts' G. A. R. PLANS PART IN ARMISTICE DAV Commander V.-P. Dillingham of the W. T. Sherman Post, No. 21, G. A. R., has called a meeting of the members of that post for 2 o'clock Sunday after noon at the armory .to take action on the invitation extended the veterans by the Frank Mars ton Post, American Legion to join with them in the cele bration of Armistice Day, Novem ber 11. ' The commander has not only called this meeting of G. A. R. veterans but also extended a cordial invitation to visiting comrades and veterans, ladies of the Memorial Association and la dies who are related to veterans, to be present at the time mentioned. ville has been approached by labor organizations and has practically agreed to furnish service for the ac commodation of suburban colonists. "Work is actively progressing on the garage of the Ford Automobile Com pany, for which J. D. .Anderson is agent, and it is understood that the building, which was at first intended to be a one-story structure, 175 feet long by 100 ' feet wide, will have an additional story, and will be much more ornamental than was at first in FiaiaiaiaisaaBKBiBiaiaaaB 5 - - " - fijs B- NEWS OF RECORD.' g 8 - g . Births Reported. To Gus A. and Maggie Soderlind, a boy. . ... , To Morris and Ruth M. Meyer, a girl. Deaths Reported. Infant of Frank Morris and wife. Caroline McClure. Maria Lanzone. Marriage Licenses. ; Coral Caster "Webb to Eulalle Hutch- H.- A. Brosnaham, owner of the Mu Iat Ferry, was In the city yesterday, making arrangements for extensive improvements upon the approaches, both on this and the other side of the bay. Captain J. N. Hard, stationed at Ft. Pike, Arkansas, is in Pensacola for a few days fishing. Captain Hard will spend some time enjoying the fishing in the river, bayous and bay, and will then go on to Camp Walton, and pos sibly to East Pass, for some deep sea fishing. Friends of Hon. P. K. Yonge will learn with pleasure of his improve ment, after a serious illness of sev eral weeks with bronchial pneumonia. Only One "BROMO QUININE" ' To get the genuine, call for full name LiAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab lets. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c. adv. PASTIME THEATRE PHONE 66 KEITH SUPREME VAUDEVILLE THURS. FRI. SAT. POLLARD and His Little Bull FRANK MOORE and KATHRYN STERLING Mirth and Melody BEATRICE MORGAN & CO. Cpportedby John Connery "MOONLIGHT MADNESS" JOE ROME & TILLIE COX Terpsichorean " Comiques FOUR BANGARDS Blue Devils of Music FOX WEEKLY NEWS -SUNDAY WILLIAM FARNUM " in "LAST OF THE DOUANES'' Final Episode Serial "The Perils of Thunder Mountain" RETURN ENGAGEMENT TODAY ONLY- IN A PICTURIZATION OF MAUD FULTON'S GREAT STAGE SUCCESS OTHER FEATURES ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS. J J 't' o I Harold Lloyd "AT THE OLD STAGE DOOR" (Comedy) Reilly8 DeLuxe Isis Orches tra MS TOMORROW J. Warren Kerrigan , in Three X Gordon Prizma Colored "Romeo and Holy Juliet" (L-Ko Comedy) . , ... J, .ywi?a-v, &p ) mm aJZLzsl PRICES Children 11c Adults 23c 4 d- inson. William Walling to Daisy Stafford. John H. Quarles to Elizabeth Hal lock, v - Percy H. Resmond to Jewell Dia mond. . Deeds. Executrix estate J. J. Hooton, de ceased, to George Earl Hoffman, Oct. 9, 1919, lots 19 and 20, block 105, New City tract.. ' Henry Monk and wife to James V. Eley, , Aug. 9, 1919, property in block 2 of the Belmont tract. James W. Eley and wife , to' Barce lona Investment Co., Nov., 1919, S. 127 feet lot 30 and of "West 20 feet lot 29, block 2, Belmont tract; also other property in block 2 of the Belmont tract. J . 3C A Style for a At Prices That Every Taste Always Appeal I CLOTHING STORE 319-21-23 South Palafox Street I " 319-21-23 South Palafox Street OET ACQUAINTED WITH A REAL TODAY CHARLIE RAY Supported by BESSIE BARRISCALE and MARJORIE WILSON in "A CORNER IN COLEENS" A Good Old Irish Comedy Drama Lyon and Moran in "Regular Cut-Ups" (Comedy) TOMORROW JIM CORBETT in "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" "U. J. Forbes and wife to Susanna Boley. April 11, 1919, All of blocks 369 and 386, of the New City tract. George Walker and wife to F. M. Ard, Nov.. 4 1919, E. 90 ft. of N. 60 ft. of NE 1-4 of block 56, West King tract. Frederick H. Bartlett and wife to Ed. , Lee, Sept. 30, 1919, lot 14, block 107, East King tract. East of Tarra gona street. Elbert A. Clubbs and wife to R. A. Howard, Oct. 31, 1919, lot 18, block 87, of the East King tract. E. Perry Ross, unmarried, to Joseph Baehr. July 6, 1916, N 1-2 of SE 1-4 of SW 1-4 of NW 1-4, section 21, township 1 north, of range 30 west. R. XV. Goodhart and wife to Theo dore Baars, Oct. 11, 1919. 7-11 interest in lot 1, section 24, township 3 south, range 31 w'est. Saunders Mill Co., a corporation, to Aubrey L.ee Gainer, Nov. 4, 1919, lot 6, block 107, East King tract. East of Tarragona street. ing a new dormitory at Palmer College was ordered by the Presbytery, therf being about $30,000 available for thit purpose. This additional housing room , is needed badly, as attendance at the college is increasing, and still larger enrollment is expected next session. The meeting of the Presbytery was one of the largest in the state, and was featured by a number of fine ad dresses, one of the most interesting of which was that of the Rev. Mr. Daffin, of Brazil, in which country he has been stationed for some years as a missionary. - I OBITUARY. I We have on hand a very large stock of Men s, Boys' and Ladies', also Children's SHOES, that was bought at the old prices. As long as we have them we are going to sell at the old price. If we order again we will be compelled to sell at the advanced prices. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO CLOTTM 0 RIG, MATS, inurcRiDSDUONdBS, B(D)VS (CD.IDTIHDR1B and everything that men and boys wear We would advise early buying so you can take advantage of the low prices SUITS at $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 THE HOME OF STYIEPLUS CLOTHES There is no need to say more, if you have worn them. .If not, a trial will convince you. 1. '& J. CLOTMSMtS mi 3TI tto 323 S. PaDali SQireell 1 - 1 r m 1 III 11 MISS LEO JERNIGAN. Miss Leo Jernigan, of Freeport, died at the Pensacola Hospital yesterday morning, at an early hour, after an illness of several weeks. The body was shipped to her home last night for burial. Miss Jernigan was just twenty-one years of age, and had been making her home in this city for the past year with her aunt, Mrs. XV. G. Van Matre, 108 West Chase street. Coming to Pensacola from Panama City, and after taking a course at the Pan-American College, had accepted a position with the Xewport Turpentine and Rosin Company, where she was employed when she became 11L PALMER COLLEGE . TO RECEIVE FUND , In response to an appeal made by President William Kemper of Palmer College, DeFuniak, the Presbytery, just convened in Pensacola, pledged its support' to the college, and will raise 'a fund of , $250,000 a portion of which, however, is for the benefit of the Columbia Seminary and the Thornwell Orphanage, both Presbyter ian institutions. The Presbytery will urge upon, the synod of Florida, to participate In this campaign. , In the meantime the work of build- SHOES for the Junior Miss. Young girls of the high school age require shoes that are not only stylish, but sensible and comfortable as well. We have specially designed models for misses who have passed the age of children's shoes and are not yet ready for women's shoes. These models, smart and com fortable, will appeal to both girls and their mothers. Come in and let us show them to you. A guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair we selL V Anson's Shoe Store ; 19 South Palafox St. IBERTY TlffiAH ! DOORS OPEN PRICES Matinee . . . . 2:30 p. m. ; Matinee . . . . 20c and 10c Night . . ..... . 7:00 p. m. Nights .... 15c, 25c, 35c OVERCOATS at $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 SPECIAL FOR LADIES NO MEN OR BOYS ADMITTED TODAY'S .MATINEE lSE M 3HS . 0 3L-. C3- THE INCOMPARABLE MIND READER has a confidential message to give to ladies only. MYSTERIOUS SMITH will show his parlor magic and will escape from a straight-jacket. , SUNDAY ' EDYTHE STIRLING in "ARIZONA CAT-CLAWS' Third Episode Serial "SMASHING BARRIERS" WILLIAM DUNCAN EDITH JOHNSON - and Other Reels of Comedy