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THE PKNSACULiA JUUKNAL, KATUKUAif MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1919.
-a NEWS BRIEFS & I s Mrs. X. D.- Chadwick, of New York City, is visiting In Pensacola, the gue of her sister, Mrs. B. D. Washburn, at the home of the Misses JEtent on La Rua street. Harry Mellor, who with his mother, Mrs. H. Mellor, has been spending some time in Winnipeg. Canada, is now in Cleveland, having accepted a position with a large automobile firm in that city. Mrs. Mellor, after a short visit in Pensacola, will go to Gainesville to spend the remainder of the winter with her sons, Fred and Jack Mellor, who are attending the University of Florida. ; President. Fraser, of the G., P. & N. P... R, stated yesterday that his com pany had recently purchased two t .... . Brooks , locomotives of the large con- weeks. 'scene language. . County Solicitor solidated type. The engines will be ! Thompson prosecuted the case for the put into service at once. i After an absence from the city of state and Brown was defended by At- Mr. Fraser also stated . that there several weeks which time he spent torney R. Moreno Coe. would be some changes in the passen- resting and undergoing treatment at J ger service of the road within the near the Piedmont hospital in Atlanta, J. future, but that he was not at liberty G. Pace has returned to the city. The body of the unidentified white His man which was found floating in the to give out the information at this friends note with delight that he is bay several weeks ago will be buried time. . visibly much recuperated and invigor- within the next few days by F. R. ated. . . - Pou. The body has been kept at the i Pou undertaking establishment for a A partial eclipse of the sun will be consiaeraDie time wnn me nope that Mayor Frank I. Sanders yesterday ordered a carload of sugar from Louisi ana: The order followed a telegram visible this morning if the sky is clear some relatives or friend would identi- from the sugar refinery which quoted between the hours of 6:19 and 9:12 Y it- a net price of $19.65 per hundred. The o'clock, with the maximum of visibil-! : sugar will be sold to consumers when ity at 7:19 o'clock. This is to be the STATE COLLEGE it arrives and will be put on sale at only eclipse of the sun visible here about twenty cents per pound after since 1908 and the last until 1930, ac the cost of the freight has been added cording tt astronomers. A A 1- - 1 llt.l A. M A. 1 1 to me initial cost us. ine sugar HAS SMALL FIRE R. . McLellan. '.vcli-known Pensacola! - j i aiianassee, jnov. 21. four rooms Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers and two ' Pl a uunniwry m oiate college rHilrlr. ara snCnin? sr.mo time visit- r women wt-re guueu oy lire Kun- printer, who for the last year has been ,j relatives in the city where they day evening. The occupants were un a member of the Breeze force of De- formeriy lived before Mr' Myers went injured but lost much of their proper- to Washington at the outbreak of thejr- war to accent a clerkship. He expects j to leave about Christmas for the Phil- r ixTnTi TTl TT"T7iT" a ms-r. lipines where he will go in acceptance LillX CjXV llf ll Jlirwl. A J1, of an executive position in the gov ernment service. Airs. Myers and the children expect to accompany him. Funiak Springs, is ill at the Pensa cola hospital, his many friends will regret to learn. Mr. McLellan. has been in declining health for some atisfies the Kiddies And makes their little bodies plump and strong Peacock Syrup is rich in pure su&ar" content com blended with cane. Finest achievement ir. syrup manuiaeture. Officers and enlisted men from the fleet in the harbor, the forts and naval air station are invited to be present tonight at the Knights of Columbus GOES TO ENGLAND Intimated to Be Settlement of Old Controversy. Washington, Nov. 20. Settlement Hed Label Cans at Your Grocer's SOUTHERN SYRUP COMPANY MONTGOMERY BIRMINGHAM JACKSON jhall at another of the delightful f unc- of the controversy over hte disposition j tions given by the K. of C. war camp of the German liner Imperator was activities committee. Dancing will be-j indicated tonight by Shipping Board gin at 8 o'clock, it is announced and j officials who intimated the ship will refreshments will be served. . he immediately tendered to Great ,,, . . Britain. Action with regard to seven Clinton Brown, a white man was other Gennan steamers in the same luu..u 6Umru, w juiy jesr-i atus had not been determined. uay 111 me court 01 recora. a wo charges were against the man; for as sault and battery and for using ob- JEWISH DRAMA AT GARDEN THEATRE Newly Organized Art Society to Pro sent Famous Plays. The newly founded Pensacola Jew ish Art Society, created for the pur- . pose of developing and maintaining J the Jewish art In Pensacola. makes its I initial opening Tuesday. December 2, j at the Garden theatre, a performance to be given for the oenefit of the Jewish war sufferers. David Pinsky's drama. "Family . Jew." will be played in Yiddish by I Pensacola amateurs. This drama was cieated by the author soon after the horrible pogrom which the former ( Russian government committed at Rishmen. The author trives a vivid description of the crime and shows how people of the Jewish race looked upon the outbreak of rage and hatred. Although the drama was witten seventeen years ago t is still acutely interesting, the pogram question be ing still unsolved. In many places n Russia the Damocles sword of the pogram still hangs over the heads of the unfortunate Jews. Subject to Croup. "When my son Charles was about eight years of age he was subject to attacks of croup and I never felt safe without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. That remedy when given according to th directions relieved him immediately. I can not praise Chamberlain's Cough Remedy too highly." writes Mrs. j Charles London, Clayville, N. "i. Saturday and Monday GDAL 13 Cranberries, 2 pts. ......35c Lemons, per doz 30c Ij Salted Herring, doz. . . . .$1.25 Cod Fish Bricks . .... . . . .20c Spanish Mackerel .......15c Dill Pickles, doz., 30c Brookfield Butter, lb. ...75c Lard, lb. 28 y2e Armour's Vegetole, 4 lb. bucket . . . ........ $1.40 Armour's Vegetole, 8 lb. bucket .$2.80 Breakfast Bacon, lb. .... ,45c Smoked Bacon, lb 35c Sliced Bacon, box 60c Picnic Ham, lb 28c Hams, per lb. 38c Maxwell House Coffee, pul verized, 3 b. cans . . .,$1.55 Blue Label Coffee, 31,4 lb. bucket , $1.35 Armour's Tall Cream, 3 cans . . 50c Magnolia Milk 20c Corn, per can 15c Early June Peas, No. 2 can . 15c Sauer Kraut, can ... 10c Corned Beef, can .35c Vienna Sausage, 2 cans . .25c Pimento Cheese, can .... 18c Roquefort Cheese, jar . ..30c Paul's Jam, jar .60c Jam, per can .......... 18c Armour's Pure Jelly, 2 jars . . ............ .25c Pickled Onions, jar ..... .'10c Libby's Salad Dressing, large jar 25c Van Camp's Ketchup, 16 oz. bottle . ... . .25c Prunes, lb. 30c Evaporated Peaches, lb. . . 35c Evaporated Apples, pkg. .20c Raisins, pkg 15c Currents, pkg. , .35c Dates, pkg 30c Citron, lb. ... - .55c Lemon Peel, lb. 55c Orange Peel, lb. ....... .55c Paper Shell Pecans; lb. ..60c Pecans, lb 40c Atmore's Mince Meat, 2 for 25 c Atmore's Plum Pudding, can . . .45c Marshmallow Cream ..... 20c Rosedale Apricots, can. . .20c Hawaiian Pineapples, can 20c Apple Butter, No. 3 . . . .40c Washing Powder, 6 for . .25c Toilet Paper, 6 rolls for . .25c FOR To-day and Monday Compound Lard, lb 29c No. 10 buckets Lard .... $2.50 8 lb. bucket Cottolens $2.75 4 lb. bucket Cottolene $1.40 Palmetto Coffee, 1 lb. pkg. .30c Capaduca Special Coffee ( per pkg 28c Maxwell House Coffee, can. .55c Coffee du Monde, pure cof fee 45c I Libby's No. 2 Canned Peas 18c Libby's No. 2 Canned Corn, 15c 'Tomatoes, No. 1, per doz.. .$1.00 Magnolia Milk, per doz. ..$2.40 I Dime Brand Milk, per doz. $2.00 jPet Cream, per doz $1.90 j Small Pet Cream, per doz. . .95c iCovo Oil, 1 qt. can 80c1' jCovo Oil, 1 pt. can 40c Alaga Syrup, 1 gal. can . . .$1.10 Alaga Syrup, y2 gal. can . . 60c School Boy Syrup, 1 gal can . $1.10 School Boy Syrup, 2 al can ; 55c Best Rice, per lb 15c juried .Prunes, per lb 25c j Dried Peaches, 2 lbs .55c j Dromedary Dates, per lb. . . .25c Dried Apples, 2 pkgs 35c Apples, per doz 35c Oranges, per doz. ; ..45c Grape Fruit, per doz. .. . . . .80c GARDEN CASH GROCERY Garden and Devillier Streets. We Deliver to All Parts of the City IIP JE3L C IKT S3 S O Q aa Give Us Your Order for Your Thanksgiving Turkey. A. CAPADUCA GROCERY Cor. Jackson and Reus St. PHONE 20S Free Delivery to All Parts of the City. For Your Thanksgiving Table NOTE THE SAVING CRANBERRIES i O pound Aut PLUM PUDDING 2 lb. can OOC PLUM PUDDING ' AQi 15 oz. can rs:OL PLUM PUDDING J 4 oz. can JLfJxs FIG PUDDING- 15 oz. can MINCE MEAT fTA 27 oz. jar GKfirC WELCH'S GRAPE-LADE q HEINZ APPLE BUTTER PQ 36 oz. jars OiC LIBBY'S APPLE BUTTER 91 2 lb. can OiC APPLE BUTTER . 18 oz. jar ZdOKs APPLE JELLY JO 4 pound itns CURRANTS 7f package RAISINS 9 O p package DROMEDARY DATES package PREMIER SALAD DRESSING 38 C HIRSCH'S CHILI SAUCE 1 OO. 18c and SPANISH OLIVES 1 Af bottle JLC QUEEN OLIVES 20oz.jar LIBBY'C STUFFED OLIVES Q9 bottir: DILL PICKLES J2c can HEINZ CHOW-CHOW 28 C bottle sKJs LIBBY'S CHOW-CHOW Q H bottle 4 C OYSTER COCKTAIL SAUCE 9Q bottle BEECHNUT JELLIES 24-C medium glass BEECHNUT JELLIES ?fir large glass CALIFORNIA GRAPES 2C pound BANANAS ' Qp pound GRAPE FRUIT Q each QC LEMONS Qrto dozen OUL BROOKFIELD BUTTER pound IOC COMPOUND LARD 28 C pound Alcaniz and lntendencia Streets isorthwest Corner Toeey Clivero CASH GROCERY PHONE 620 PHONE 620 Specials for Saturday Only School Boy Syrup, U gal 60c Blue Wing Flour, Self Rising, 12 lbs 85c A No. 1 Flour, plain, 12 lbs 85c A No. 1 Flour, plam, 6 lbs 48c A No. 1 Flour, plain, 24 lbs $1.65 Maxwell House Coffee, per can 50c Cottolene, 4 lb. bucket &1.45 American Sardines, 2 for ....,.. 15c Soya Beans, l',4 can for 6c Campbell's Pork and Beans, per can 15c Brookfield Butter, lb 72c Fresh Yard Eggs, per doz 60c Cheese, per lb ,40c Tomatoes, 11 1 can 10c Matches, 3 boxes for 25c Compound Lard, per lb 28c Washing Powder, 6 for 25c Whole Grain Rico. 7 lbs. for . . .98c Royal Cocoa, 3 for .25c Ground Black PeppeA, oer lb 40c Corn Beef, per can .35c Green Coffee, per lb. 30c Bee Brand English Peas, per can . 15c WE DELIVER ALL OVER THE CITY TONEY CLIVERO CASH GROCERY Phone 620 Phone 620 Corner Gregory and Coyle Streets i j Come, 32533 Bring Your Basket and Save A T Y COTTOLENE, 8 LB. BUCKET, $2.60 COTTOLENE, 4 LB. BUCKET, $1.40 COMPOUND LARD, 2 LB. FOR 55c COMPOUND LARD, 60 LB. CAN, at 26c QUAKER OAT MEAL, 3 FOR.. 35c VAN CAMP'S TALL CREAM, PER DOZ. : $1.80 VAN CAMP'S SMALL CREAM, PER DOZ 85c VAN CAMP'S ENGLISH PEAS, 2 CANS 25c LUXURY SPAGHETTI, PER DOZ .40c UNEEDA CRACKERS, PER DOZ " .85c CALUMET BAKING POWDER, PER LB 20c OCTAGON SOAP, PER DOZ. . . .00c LENOX SOAP, PER DOZ 90c FAIRY SOAP, 2 BARS FOR 15c CAMEL CIGARETTES, PER BOX $1.50 CHESTERFIELD CIGARETTES, BOX $1.65 PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO, 2 FOR 25c ALL DIME SNUFFS, 3 FOR . . .25c APPLE SUNCURED TOBACCO THICK .25c BROWN'S MULE TOBACCO, THICK PLUG 25c BULL DURHAM TOBACCO, 3 FOR 25c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, LB 50c. I? APPLEGATE GROCERY CO. ISie Cash and! Carry Store Corner Ninth Avenue and Belmont Street fl