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THE F .ENS A COLA, JOURNAL. T U ESP AY ,M ORNING, FEBRtf ART 22, 1921. SEVEN n i The Market Place of West: Florida READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE Tlie Cost is But a Trifle and the Results are Unequaled "M'J. JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance One Rate to All Count the words In your adver tisement and multiply by the num ber of times you desire It printed, remit accordingly In counting; words Include "To Let." "For Sale." "Wanted." etc., as welt as addresses. ' RATES No advertisement taken for less than 26 cents. BLACK FACE CAPS, LIKE THI8, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, line dashes, white rpace, classified display: 60 per line. C60 per Inch (12 lines rtake an Inch.) Any person whose name appears In the telephone directory may have classified ads charged. Cancel orders should be liven in writing-, never over the phone. Advertisers should give their home or postofflce address as well as their phone numbers, because many read ers have no telrpli. . If the advertiser 1eires, replies can be sent in rare o. . no Journal. FOR SALE FOR SALE OR KENT At a great sacri fice, my suburban home north of the city, 20 acres good soil, fencod chicken tlRht. One hundred and nxty-flve large hearing pecan trees.good crop every year. New modern six-room bungalow furnish ed. Clara tee and servants' house. Six Mocks from electric car line and graded school. Phone 1GWS, Hannah O. Ilaughton, It. A., Hox 230C. FOR SAIiB Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 for $1.25. Delivered to any part of city. Phone 1476. FOR SALF Oas stoves, shelves, parti tion, sinks, all kinds of kitchen utensils, dishes, silverware. Ice box. baby chairs, heating stoves, counter, runs, complete bed outfit, dresser, washing machine and heating stove. Apply Stalls Restaurants. 17 Kast .arragoBHa St. 871 FOR SALE Owing to continued ill health, I wilt sell at Oskfleld, 5 miles north of Pensacola on Flometon road, farm containing I'Ai acres, fine tract of young timber, large 10 room 2-story dwelling, hot and cold water, "fine shade trees, 3 room servant's house, stable; chicken yards also; 1 Avery corn planter, new; 1.200 egg Petaluma Incubator, 1 Sharpleas separator, 1 1916 Ford truck, largo lot Rhode Island Red -and Barred Hock chickens, a ouarrtlty of dAiry equip ment, large loft of houaehold goods, or I will rent for two years to responsible party or lease, rent to be paid In ad vance, Address W. V. Davis, P. O. Box 60S, Fensacola, Fla. FOR SALE MHch cows, thoroughbred Hereford bulls; one Berkshire brood sow. Phone 670, or call lAnslng-Florlda Farms Company, San Carlos hotel. 369 FOR SALE Wood, fence posts, cypress and Juniper. Fine corner and gate posts, 7 in. x 9 In. x 8 1-2 ft. Anv quantity furnished. Quick delivery. Pitts Slip. Phone 2471. 870 FOR SALE Briscoe Touring car. first class condition. Must be sold by Tues day noon. Beat cash offer. 400 E. Greg ory street. Phone 2205. CABBAGE and Bermuda onion plants. $1.00 per thousand, five thousand, $7.50, ten thoueand $12.60. Satisfaction guaran teed. J. I White, Tallahassee, Fla. FOR SALT", Cheap Second hand Ford Truok. In good condition, now in use. West Florida Grocery Co., corner Jeffer son and Cedar Htm. FOR SALE At a bargain, a trnct of farm land on Flomaton road ten triles from city. Well drained, fertile and suitable for farming or fruit growing. In a good community. Will be sold in tracts of 20 to 40 acres, also highly Improved tract of land sear city with residence and modern Improvements. Apply to Lerov V. Holsberry, 403 Thlesen Building, Phone 178. FOR SALE Hemstitching and PIcoting attachment, works on all sewing ma chines; price $2; personal checks, 10c evtra. Light's Mail Order House. Box 127. Birmingham, Ala. FOR SALE Will sell or trafle for real estate, one Maxwell coupe. In good condition. Phone 2282. 47 FOR SALE Baby Grand Stein way piano, half price. Apply front office, San Carlos Hotel. FOR RALE ShsPand pony. JK. Gonsales. Apply 1000 tf FOR SALE One Rex typewriter in good condition. Price reasonable. Apply Journal office. FOR SALE Well located, modern resi dence on North Hill. Apply to Iroy V Hobiberry. 403 Thlesen Building, or phone 172. FOR SALE 8 Bowser Oil Pumps. Edward Campbell or phono 400. E. Garden. See 235 281 FOR SALE, at a bargain One 5-pas-sengsr Gardner; one 6-passenger Ford, I? .t?tuL con'Uon. See them at Son BulckOo. 26i FOR STOVE OR ORATE WOOD In any quantity call T. S. Kennedy. Phone il "Doings of the Duffs ' ' DANNY IS A HELP TO TOM FOR SALE SERP Cane Holly, Fia. for sale. Andrew Kelson, FOR SALE Four roosters and five hens, year old, Ferris strain -white leghorns, 230 to 280 eggs yearly, $3.00 each. Phone $30. 810 FOR SALE One tan reed baby buggy for sale cheap. 620 East Salamanca St. 314 FOR quick sale, nice Jersey cow, calf. 1800 West Gadsden St. with 321 FOR SALE One 1921 Chandler Touring car, only run nineteen" hundred miles. Equipped. cost twenty-five hundred dol lars. Will sell for $1,600.00 on account owner leaving. Kramer & Pfeiffer. 358 FOR SALE One S-bumer gas stove, practically new; price reasonable. Ap ply 106 W. Wright Ht. S18 FOR SALE One two horse wagon and one one-horse wagon. Gulf Refinincr Co. 328 FOR SALE Bookcase, dresser, swing. hat rack, art square, range, , dining table, rocking chairs, bicycle. Cheap for quick sale. Apply 721 6th-ave. FOR SALE Chickem and eggs for set ting, light Brahma 15 eggs for $1.60: Oomlsh game eggs 15 for $2.50; light Brahma pullet and cockerels, pure stock. Apply 15 East Garden or 2023 Escam bia Ave. Phone 1314. FOR KENT FOR RENT Furnished Gregory. Phone 1945. room, 402 W. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping apartment, screened electric lights and hot bath. 206 West Gregory St. 376 FOR RENT Room with private family. 21 West Belmont. 862 FOR KENT Five room house, complete ly furnished. Phone 1880. FOR RENT THREE OR FOUR ROOM 1 - - - . . . . . . 1 a . . A . B I ' Af AMI MelN I Wlin mll muuenn CONVENIENCES. INCLUDING KITCH- ENETTE. PHONE 218, BETWEEN 6 AND 8 P. M. FOR RENT Furnished room and board, $10.00 per wetk. Apply 115 North Bay len. S68 FOR RENT Four light housekeeping rooms, modern conveniences. 608 N. Hayne. 371 FOR KENT A furnished room, 914 North Baylen. 373 FOR RENT Three rooms furnished for light housekeeping, children welcome. $15.00. 705 East Moreno St. 332 FOR RENT Furnished room adjoining bath. 109 W. Cervantes. FOR RENT New brick bungalows, H & Peterson St., Fishervtlle. 309 FOR RENT One apartment, 903 North Reus. Phone 1375. Call between 7 and p. m. 318 FOR RENT Large front room on North Hill car line. Phone 17,79. 316 FOR RENT My home on Bayshore, to responsible parties, either furnished or unfurnished. Eight rooms and bath, city water, modern conveniences. Phone 2424. Mrs. A W. Stewart. FOR RENT One large room suitable for one or two gentlemen 116 W. Bel-mont-st. 355 FOR RENT One neatly furnished room, private entrance; to gentlemen only. Apply at 301 W. Cliase-st. 352 FOR RENT Furnished apartment, N. Guilemarde. Phone 1806. 619 83 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, comfort able and convenient, close in. 240 W. Garden St. Phone 707. 287 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms for housekeeping. 222 N. Bar celona St. Phone 1391. 344 FOR RENT Furnished apartment with private bath, 316 Gulllemarde St. Phone 2215. 330 FOR RENT Furnished 36 East Gregory. rooms. Apply 331 FOR W. RENT Room adjoining bath. Gregory. "14 FOR RENT Completely furnished mod ern light housekeeping apartment. Two, three or four rooms and bath, gar age. Phone 1305, 525 West Leo St. tf FOR RENT Four rooms and bath fur nished. Lower floor, North Hill car line; very desirable location. North Hill, care Journal. 2."3 FOR RENT North Hill, two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern conveniences. 1120 N. Palafox St Phone 167. tf FOR RENT Furnished apartment, four ruoma and private bath. 602 N. Hayne St., 147 FOR RENT Morton brick warehouse, 75x90 ft.; centrally located; concrete floor, suitable for up-to-date garage or any other business, with everv conven ience. P. O. Box 426. Phone 596. 300 FOR RENT Furnished room adjoining bath. 109 W. Gregory. 297 Old Papers for sale at Journal Office. 1 WONDEC OUVIA'S COMPANY 15 GOING TO HANS APOUND A6Aiki tl il IlllV mjtirrnir)r.vK'w., ,, M,-jM SEEK -BROWN Write Autombile Insurance 918 PHONES 919 Uk WANTED WANTED Two permanent boarders; men preferred; private family. Address E., G. 11., caro Journal. WEST Florida House and Window Cleaning Co. in any part of the city; prompt service. Phone 1243. Tony "o tilla & Co., Props. 368 WANTED To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms, centrally located, permanent. Address Post Office Rvx 603, City. 817 WANTED Lot suitable to build high class apartment house on. Owners only. No agents need reply. B. R. F., Jorual. WANT to exchange new Remington Typewriter for new Underwood Type writer. Phone 46. . 25 SKWTSO. M ACHITOCS . AJB. STRING instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesley. 18 East Garden St. 811 WANTED Stoves repaired or all kinds. By 8. R. Likes. Phone 1332. 829 E. DeLeon St. POSITION WANTED WANTED Experienced stenographer wishes position. Bi R., care Journal. . WANTED Position as housekeeper for general housework. No objection to leaving city. Address Route 1, Box 20. WANTED Position ae housekeeper In small family, light clerical work or col lecting. Call Salvation army, phone 1241. EXPERT Accountant desires set of books to rpen or to make yearly flnan- clal loss and gain statements or income & A. -YT, 1 . . 11 - O-A iax repuriu. rur ai'puiiiLiiiqjti., uui ton or write F. S. G., care Journal. 325 HELP MALE CLERKS (men, women) over 17, for Pos tal Mail Service. $125 month. Experi ence unnecessary. For free particulars of examinations, write J. Leonard (for mer Civil Service Examiner), 951 Equit able Bldg.. Washington, D. C. HELP FEMALE WANTED Colored woman to live on place and do general housework. Apply 1000 E. Gonzales. LOST AND FOUND LOST Between postoffico and Garden t.. 1 book with 12 war savings stamps: three are registered; return to Maggie Ingram, 22 South Palafox. 375 STOLEN $10.00 reward and no ques tions asked for return" of Winner bicy cle No. 6718 stolen from front of Journal office belonging to Jack. McGuire, 85 E. Wright-st. 350 FOUND One fur, on Wednesday morn ing's train from New Orleans. Owner may have same by applying at Journal office and paying for this ad. 149 PERSONAL KNOW your life. Latest scientific meth od. Develop your powers. Send birth date; 12c stamps. Satisfaction guaran teed. Walter Winston Kenilworth. 8S Bd. Courcelles, Paris. France. AGENTS AGENTS WANTED Budweiser Malt Syrup, tho best of all; per case of twenty-four 2 1-2 pound tins. $30.00; ex press prepaid. Budweiser Malt Products Corp., COG West 49th St.. New York. 367 LODGE NOTICES LODGE NOTICE. Rerrular communication- of Pensacola Wlge, No. 42, F. &- A. M., Thursday, Feb. -.Mth. at 7:30 p. in. Visiting brothers fraternally Invited. J. S. HAYES. XV. M. It. C. WHITE, Secretary. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We lend money or Res? tistate In the city on short notice. Please state la application if you have an Abstract cf Title to the property. Call and see us THE WATSON AGENCY, Inc.. 7 South Palfox St. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARE HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALv. KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSL N ESS SOLICITEO. " The Journal's Advertising Rate is the same to all. HOVJ LOMG HEPE Tonic Xrll lr5STWMffl I if I I lfMHWU t s -v -Jl 1 kmow Birr HCU B VJI O . 1 1 I I 1 f ' ' V - II I w nn " I I m 1 . - I1E3J rOI I . -w- rT APTFO T1J III snrrxouv ui daddy, m S THAT p J X "i I Lm AWl"i 7 MPJ LAt 1 LEGAL NOTICE CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain, owners nor con signees of the Italian bark "Herat" will bo responsible for debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. Rosasco Bros., Consignee. Captain, O. Livari. NOTICE is hereby given that the un dersigned, administrator of the estate of Willard T. Lusk, deceased, will, on the 30th. day of March. A. D.. 1921, present his final account and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Flor ida, and ask to be discharged from his said administration. Jany. 25th, 1921. J. W. LUSK. Administrator. Jan. 25. 1921. oaw9w v Notloe is hereby given that we. the undersigned, will on the 16th day of March 1921, apply to the Governor of the State of Florida at Tallahassee, for letters patent incorporating us Uiider the ionowing cnarxer: : AVe, J. C. Lloyd, M. J. Gray and A. C. I Gray, hereby make application for let-i ters patent,- incorporating us and our' assigns Into a corporation in accordance . with the laws of the State of Florida, under the following charter: 1. The name or the corporation shall be the National Water Supply Company. and its principal place of business shall be at Pensacola, Florida with the right by resolution of its Board of Directors 1 to establish other places of wwsiness in the State of Florida or elsewhere within . the United States. j 2. The general nature of the business to be transacted shall be contracting for, ! making, equipping and furnishing wells and other water supply systems for mu- j niclpalitles, towns, railroads, mills, fac-1 to; iee. industries, corporations and indl- ' viduals for the purpose of supplying; water for human consumption, for power, ' for irrigation, or for any industrial or any other use or purpose; installing and j equipping mine drainage eystems and) systems of irrigation; constructing sub-1 marine foundations for bridges, trestles, t docks and other purposes; buying, man-1 facturing, bartering, renting, leasing and ' selling " pumps, engines, and any other . equipment or supplies for wells, pumps, ' water suodIv systems, drainage systems. , or irrigation systems: acquiring, buying,: holding, owning, renting, leasing, mort- gaging and selling of real and personal property in the said businesses, includ- ing patents and patent rights on pumps, s engines and any other equipment or sup- :' Til i r.a fnt. a,,-nrt1r .iut my. m tt-nA in. ' eluding municipal and oth-er bonds,-notes and other evidences of indebtedness ac-'. cruing In said businesses. 3. The amount of capital stock shall be two hundred thousand dollars, di vided into two thousand shares of the and shall be payable, .either 4n cash or in property, equipment or supplies, at a just valuation to be fixed by the Board !,,., of Directors according to law. Cspn) R0O 4. The corporation shall exist for thejBge (Am.) 531 term of ninety-nine years from the datei S.S. (Am.) 4,644 of issuance of letters patent to it. ' 6. I he business of the corporation i cVi u !1 Via rn tl MSt ar hv f V frillMariner nf-l ficers. namely: a President, a Secretary and a Treasurer. The Secretary and Treasurer may be trie same person. These officers shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors at a meeting to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday In each year immediately following the annual meeting of the atoolchoiders. The Board of Directors shall consist of not less than three nor more than seven members, each of whom shall be a stockholder. The Direct ors shall be elected by the Stockholders annually at a meeting to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in each year, and at the first regular meet ing of the stockholders under this char ter they shall by by-law provide: In ac cordance with law, for the number of Di rectors to constitute the Board of Di rectors. Until the first annual meeting, J. C. Lloyd shall be President, and M. J. Gray shall be Secretary and Treasurer, ! ana the Hoard or Directors snail consist of the following named three members, namely: J. C. 'Lloyd, M. J. Gray and A. C. Gray. G. The highest . amount of indebted ness to which the corporation may at any time subject itself is 1200,000.00. The names and residences of the sub scribers and the amount of stock sub scribed for by each are as follows, and the subscribers do hereby subscribe to the following shares and amount, to wlt: J. C. Lloyd, Stuttgart, Arkansas, one thousand shares. $100,000.00: M. J. Gray, Pensacola, Florida, four hundred shares, $40,000.00; A. C. Gray, Pensacola, Flor ida, fifty shares. J5.000.OO. In witness whereof the before men tioned subscribers have hereunto signed their, names. ' J. C. LLOTD. M. J. GRAY. A. C. GRAY. STATE OF FLORIDA. Fscambia County. Before the subscriber, a notary public in and for the State of Florida at large, personally ppared J. C. Lloyd. M. J. Grav and A. C. Gray, each . to me well known to be the identical individual de scribed by such respective name in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged each for himself that he executed the same for the uses and purposes therein set forth. Given under my hand and official seal this llth dav of February. 1921. M. 13. WILSON, Notary Public. (Notarial Peal.) Mv commission expires Sept. 18. 1922. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE American steamer "Ascutney." All persons are hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting any of the per sonnel or crew, ae no debts of their contracting will be paid unless they have our written approval, and no ac tion, can be started against the steamer for non-payment of bills in reference to work or supplies ordered by anyone other than Svend E. Faber Master or ourselves. Fensacola Maritime Corpor ation. 805 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that J. T. Coo- 1 er, purchaser of Certificate No. .460 or 1914. has filed aald certificate in my of fice, and has made application for tax deed to Issue In accordance with law. Said property embraced being aa follows: Lot one (1), Section Thirty-two (32). Township Six (), North Range Thirty one (31) West. The aald land being as sessed at date of issuance of rach cer tificate in the name of J. T. Cooper. Unless said certificate shall be re deemed according to law, tax deed- will issue thereon on the 28rd dar of March, A. D. 1921. JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICE Is hereby given that the un dersigned, executrices- of the estate of Mary N. Lovelace, deceased, will, on the 30th day of March, A. D., 1921, present their final account and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Flor ida and ask to be discharged from their said executorship. Jany. 25th., 1921. DORA STEWART. MOLLCE LASKEY. Jan. 25, 1921. oaw9w Executrlces. In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In Oiancery. A. Dora Roden, complainant, vs. R. K. L. Roden. Defendant. On Monday, the 7th day of March, A. D., 1921. the defendant, R. E. L. Roden. Is required to appear to the bill filed agslnst him herein. This order to be published once each week for eight (8) consecutive weeks In the Pensacola Journal. (Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk Circuit Court. By M. L. BELL, D. C. Pensacola. Fla., January 7th, 1821. 2326 9jan-oaw-8w NOTICE. ANSWERS TO WANT ADS FOR THF . FOLLOWING ARE AWAITING YOU AT THE JOURNAL OFFICE: H 32; W. 16; Purchaser, 4;Box XX. 10; House, 5; and several for the following: ' M. M.; Gun; 14; Hill; 1600; M. D.; D.C.; tf:H..B- M: 67' W- c- A ? Dentist; XIXj Wood Products. Port of Pensacola - VESSELS IN PORT S.S. ( Br.) 4067 Nubian Galveston 5.5. (Ital) 3392 Cherca Galveston Itlg. Flag. Tons. Name For. Rig. Flag. Tons. Name From 8.6. ( Br.) 2690 . Madras City. Galveston Sch. ( Br.) 454 Jennie V. i.Q im' P1-; n t?T Al bRP- l-Nory 1487 . ' ... &CI1. ( 1 OT) .-SO Merriam .... Barbados Ascutney . . Mejillones LakeFlthlan N. Orleans curvos Oporto Rock Barbados Diamantino". . .. .Oporto ' j?-"- Jv"1" J'SJi 5-s- vm. 8,300 castings New Bayou Chico New Bit. (Ital.) 1.23B A.S. (Br.) 649 A-S. (Am.) 627 A.S. (Am.) 1.040 Rosa M Celeste D. Santa Rosa Wlllia A. Havana , . Havana Holden Havana Bagdad Manatl Chas. H. McDowell ... Matanaas Rasendo ..... Havana Palafox ... Cienfuegas XVm. A. McKen- ne Mejillones t J--m-) J27 'Sen. (Am.) 1,159 j p1 f T? T HP A "V" T f f i w AV -- V J PHONE 224 We Go Anywhere Day or Night. FORD CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR City Trips, 25c. Navy Yard Trips, $2.00. r.nunt rt Trtn es -. At L. A N. Depot. . Pensacola, Fla. OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY CANDIES , SOFT DRINKS CIGARS 12 S. Palafox Phone 461 New and used parts for almost anj siak of car. Bead old parti to be duplicated. Automobile Wrecking Co.. Take a DysneDsla Tablet Before X uuu n n or laen Meat. 2uc Box. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY TRUCK QR TEAM SERVICE Phone 710 MORGAN THOPwSEN TRANSFER COMPANY .if: ?8m T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. 3 rf; BETTY AND AH.TMtS LOOKS 1 GKET1N6S! CAtT) CfSv y like benvis rvtherJ f ihelp vou with Tuj; I AMI MOTHER V THE BUNDLES I SO KIND. ( gosh !mv. S " 7T" ' FLORIDA SENATORS VOTE AGAINST BILL Fletcher and Trammell Both Opposa Emergency Tariff Measure in Senate. (BY GEORGE H. MANNING.) (Washington Correspondent of The Journal.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21. Both the Florida senators voted in the senate last Wednesday against the emergency tariff bill, which passed 43 to 30. The bill now goes to the house lor agreement to tne senate aniens- ments. The house la expected to agree to the bill and send it along to the president before the end of the session, March 4th. But there is serious doubt that a two-thirds vote can be obtained later i in the senate to pass it over President J Wilson's veto. Senator Underwood. j democratic floor leader, announced I during debate in the senate several . days ago that the president will veto ! the bill. The vote for the bill in the s senate, 43 to 30, is six less than two- thirds vote. . The items in this bill, purely an ag ricultural tariff bill, .of chief interest to Florida, are as follows: Peanuts or ground beans, 3 cents per pound; lemons, 18-4 cents per pound; long staple cotton, 7 cents per pound; wrapper tobacco, unstemmed, $2.85 per pound; stemmed, $3.50 per pound; also tariffs on wheat, flour, corn, beans, potatoes, onions, rice, peanut and cottonseed oils; catWe, sheep, wool, hides, sugars, dairy pro ducts, apples and cherries. -A large delegation representing the i Florida-Georgia Tobacco Growers as sociation appeared befffre the ways and means committee nad urged the tariff on tobacco when the measure was before the house; a large delega tion representing the Florida peanut growers also appeared in behalf of the tariff on peanuts. Wlien the bill was passed by the house, Representatives Smithwick and j Clark voted for It; Sears voted against it, and Drane, of Tampa, was absent. Representative Smithwick stated to day that he will continue to stand by the bill. This is the frist time in the history of the country that a bill has been prepared primarily to benefit the farmers and the farmers alone, and I will stand by it because it will help the farmers of my district and my peo ple want it." Just before the passage of the bill by the senate. Senator Trammell of fered an amendment to place the same duty on oragnes, grapefruit and shad docks as on lemons, 1 1-4 cents a pound. It was rejected. In a speech shortly preceding the vote in the senate. Senator Trammell said he would oppose the bill because it woulrl place a burden on the people of Florida for the things they have to purchase. "By this measure we seek to tax the bread and meat of the table," said Senator Trammell. "We seek to tax the clothing and the shoes we wear; and in my state, by virtue of this bin, my people are going to have to pay a greatly Increased price as a result of the burden you are imposing on them by a high protective tariff upon their food and the clothing they wear. "I am against, the Idea of a high HER BEAU protective tariff ami I do not believe there is any justification frjr this inci sure at the present time, and particu larly many cf its provisions. But i you are going to increase the duty :i lemons, then Increase It on oratrnctf. grapefruit and shaddock. I bo'.'.ovo my amendment is far more meritori ous than many attached to t'ao bill, and I hope it will be adopted." It was defeated and Senators Trarr- mell and Fletcher voted again.it tho bill. In a speech in the senate on Febru ary 3rd. in which he oposcd paasugii of the bill. Senator Fletcher said it WOUld not inclP".- nrii'Pa n' i-.,'!i,,.t u of the farm and was foumeI nly J preterm and deception a measure framed onlv to "hunk" the- farmers and make them believe congress is do ing something for them, when in real ity it is not. THIRTEEN KILLED IN CORK FIGHT (By Associated Press) CORK. Feb. St. Thirteen civilians were killed and eight captured, cf whom three were wounded. In an engagement this afternoon In the district l?twei-n Lispoold and Middleton, Cork county, ac cording to a general headquarters re port. This is believed to be the larg est number of casualties among the members , of the Irish republican army in any sinjfte encounter. LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES One size smaller and fihnes last ionir after using Allen's Foot-Fase. the anti septic powder for the feet. Shaken :nt the shoes and sprinkled in the foot-bath. Allen's Foot-Eae makes tight or new shoes feel easy; Rives instant relief to corns and bunions, prevents KliKter-i. Cal lous and Sore Spots. It'.s the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Try it to day. Sold everywhere. INGRAM OPTICAL CO. We Grind Our Own Lenses TIRES FOR SALE Just received a big shipment of tires ; can save you 50 per cent on any tire you buy from us. All Firestone, Fisk, Fed eral and eother standard brands. Plain Noit-Skld Non-Sk!d Fabric 30x3 $10.15 511.15 30x3' $11.95 512.95 32x3' $14.00 15.00 31x4 $15.50 016.50 12x4 $17.00 18.00 33x4 $18.00 $19.03 84x4 $20.00 321.00 32x4'2 $23.40 ?24.40 33x4'r $24.60 $25.00 34x4t $26.50 $27.00 35x42 $27.50 $28.50 Cords 321.03 026.59 $23.50 32.03 333.50 534.75 $35.80 $37.95 All Tubes Half Price FRIED MOTOR CO. PHONE 465