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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Biloxi, Mississippi Wem a a. Dash is hts old by pow 9� mum if Jempty purse causes sleepless nights Down Pillow of a sayings account in the first National will prove a source of rest and relaxation. It will enable you my easily a if Epple with the problems of life. It instills self conf it Meh sea dependence and individual responsibility. Avoid sleepless Quot nights by starting an account today. Be the amount Large or Small we will Welcome it and Welcome you As one of our depositors. I the first nation Al Bank. Of Gulfport r . Ioiiiifnv6j3i3flport news paragraphs 1 Gulfport girl attends i tuba Zik commencement miss Helen Lambrecht has returned Tram new Orleans where she has been Sot a week attend Lig commencement at the Tulane University where her sister miss Theresa Lambrecht graduated in latter miss Lamia Echo a mfr i off create also of the Biloxi High school and is a very pop alar Young lady. Following her graduation at Tulane she passed a successful examination before the Louisiana a Tate Noard of pharmacy and has secured a position with a Well known a new Orleans drug firm. Scr Drivers stove pokers Fly traps sealing Wax Cork screws tooth a picks a hammers and carpet tacks i most anything you need at Northrop s department store. Adv.23 it j. R. Pratt ill j. R Pratt who is known throughout this Quot Section for his Sterling business Gual Tieb has been confined to i is Home on East Beach for a week or More with a complication of troubles. However his condition is not alarming although he is said to be very much weakened by his illness. Dixie theatre tonight Wanda Haw Ley in Quot miss Hobbs Quot tomorrow will Rogers in Quot just Quot Call me Friday Douglas Fairbanks in Quot when the Clouds Roll adv23 it j11 m l m a t m to i m m in m m11m m m m m 111m m 11 m i m f t i m m it i i it m i h11111 i. The Bee hive dear subscribers we thank you for your helpful response to our Call for payment of subscriptions. Still there Are a few who did not pay up but the expect to hear from them this week. Herald subscribers have the privilege of paying by the week 15c or by the month 65. In the future those who pay the week will be allowed to run to 30c two weeks then on failure to pay the following week the paper will be discontinued until payment is made. Those who pay by the month will be allowed two weeks after expiration of each month to pay. Dear Friend subscriber a please abide by these rules and help us to hold our old subscription rates 15c per week 6oc per month. H. F. Drew adv.21 3t circulation manager. Tea at y. W. C. A. All members of the y. W. C. A. Are requested to be present at a Tea thursday afternoon at four o clock for the purpose of organization. It is very important that All members be present. Friends Are cordially invited. Standard Export lumber company loading ships the Standard Export lumber co., is loading the British steamship per Gelly with a cargo of 2,500,000 feet of Timber for a South african Sacic Ltd be meet of this Timber a amp in it reaches its destination will approximate $125 per thousand said Quot an attache of the firm who Are the shippers. Notice to Claiborne Gulf port Oil company subscribers subscribers to Stock of the Clai borne Gulfport Oil company who have notes at the first National Bank Are asked to kindly take same up As soon As possible. The Claiborne Gulfport Oil company a. G. Osoinach Secretary. Adv.23 2t sauce at k. Of there will be a dance at the k. Of c. Hall tonight. Good music refreshments and an enjoyable evening Are promised. Biff ? a a another mighty smash to bring Down High clothing prices extra pants Gulfport Quality store the Bee i make your automobile comfortable and attractive looking by the use of Linen covers for the. Good old summer time a. Yard wide heavy Linen finish natural Shade crash for automobile coverings regular $1.00 value. Special cd. 79 c 111 it i iii i iii i iii Immich i in i ill ii la a he ii my i l. , pm. V. A. Griffith v. m. It j. F. Stuart h. C. He Tina. B. K. Kate Drw up. A Mil. Directors a. N. Dante Ter v. A. Ort for. J. it my by r a a i a i a it the main Point is How much do you safety this Bank offers absolute Protection to tour 3aving& Bank of girl flow. A a i 11111111 ii 11111111111111 it it 11111111ii i i. Mil 111ii it i it no cd. A hmm a in iii it he Annii Musit dance in Honor of British ship officers the dance to be tendered the ,4if the British steamship Socrates bar mrs. Dahling at the Gulf View hotel will be Given tomorrow night. Last night mrs. Dahling and a few of her English friends were entertained by the officers of the vessel this is their first visit to Gulfport and upon leaving Here will go to new Orleans to Coal and from there to Buenos Aires. All of the officers and Crew of the vessel Are English people and that is the reason their visit Here is of such interest to those mentioned. Absolutely a. With every two piece a prices reduced to the lowest possible level dance at the pall mall Tea room the pall mall Tea room will have a dance at the Mississippi coast country club of Gulfport thursday a evening the 24th. Music by Imperial jazz band. Dancing privilege .$1 refreshments served on the Lawn during the evening. Advj22 8t r. D. Jones still at Hospital r. D. Jones whose leg was fractured Sone weeks ago aft who since Lias been under treatment in the s daughters Hospital is doing As Well As Cut uld be expected. The Accident happened at the Comer of 18th Street and 25th Avenue and resulted from the car in which he was. Riding turning Over. If you Are in need of Eye glasses see Karl Fasold jews Eler and Quot optician. Adv.6 of Long Beach Farmers Active col. A Inglis one of the Veteran gardeners of Long Beach was in the City this incoming and while the shipping season has ended the Farmers Are still Active in the cultivation of their Staple crops Corn and potatoes said he. A few Days ago the colonel made a trip to Wiggins and Quot Between his Home and that Point he declares he never has seen a finer Corn crop. in Biloxi will make your old Felt or Panama hat look As Good As a new one and a aves Money and Wear. The Biloxi Hatter East Howard Avenue. Adv4mon wed Fri of miss Jack Mchenry has returned to her Home in Gulfport after a Delight Ful visit spent with misses Ruth and Ruby Landers in York Ala. Read Daggett s ads. Adv Lotf Champlin-co0rtenay William e. Champlin and miss Lucile Courtenay came up from pass Christian and were married at High noon at the presbyterian manse or. Newman officiating. The Bride was attended by her Mother and other friends. Garden Smith Todd seed How. Co. A Duj a of b. B. Williams a prominent citizen of Wortham neighbourhood was in Gulfport this morning. Hoffman s photos please. Adv.9 $00-50 Wwall Wool full suit i extra pants $43 .50 free called meeting maccabees there will be a called meeting of the lady maccabees tomorrow at 3 o clock at the maccabees Hall. All members Are urged to be present As important business is to come up Hardtner to go to Homer Field r. H. Hardtner returned today from new Orleans where he made a Short business trip. Or. Hardtner is one of the directors of the Claiborne Gulfport Oil company and has been chosen to assist e. C. Howe to superintend the drilling of the company s Well on its 120-acre tract in the Homer Field. Or. Hardtner is one of Aalf pox to s safest and most conservative business men aed with or. Howe who is a of a business Man and familiar with drilling operations the company might rest assured of the fact that its interests in the Homer Field will be fully protected. Boy better at noon the Young boy who was struck by an automobile monday afternoon and whose condition yesterday was considered serious to the extremist Point was resting better at noon today. Fee p. R. Perkins for farm lands. of fed p. R. Parkins for farm lands. 0 v adv.12t< reservations made for miss Wilson in Frisco san Francisco june 23.�?the woman s Bureau of the democratic National committee has made reservation at the Fairmont hotel for miss a Gardt. Wils Joi daughter of the president. Officials of the Bureau refused to state who ordered the Reser Vati Orf state b0nds 80ld k i flip pfc a although it sounds too Good to be True the offer is Bona fide in every respect. Come and see the High Quality woolens and judge for yourself what a wonderful offer this i Quick a<#8ius necessary As these suits will sell like Fojt cakes. Mike s place phone 6 Gulfport Moi a >1�k a a Quot Cash stat Itea it Fqy Ludu a i iii Sun Insala a ind a at tips ii Wmk amp ooh ont i Rajji 2�o a i it Bavta Ylli amp a a a Fri Erfy Al Noi Jackson june 23.�?frank Roberson attorney general of Mississippi has returned from new York and Washington when he went on business for the state two weeks or More ago. While in new York he sold $250,000 Worth of state Bonds to the new York life insurance company at Par and accrued interest in Washington or. Roberson attended the hearing a before the interstate Commerce commission in which All the railroads of the country were demanding authority the increase rates those in the South asking 31 per cent the West 24 per cent and the Eastern roads 30 per cent. A Mississippi took the position that the carriers were perhaps entitled to some Relief hut that their demands were excessive. A decision is expected during the summer. Mississippi s Fine Grabbit Mobile excellence of Mississippi s credit in the Money markets of the world is shown by the Sale at Par of $150,000 in Bonds to a new York life insurance company. Mississippi Bonds were chosen rather than the Bonds of Oregon and South Dakota though the Bonds of these Western states Bear a higher rate of interest than Mississippi s five and one half. The Money is to be put to Good use in Mississippi that of repairing the buildings of her state institutions of learning. Education says Mississippi is the collateral upon which future Bonds May be sold at pan. Ana As ads Xua Man is Worth one Dollar and fifty a cents from his Chin Down and any Prie Ehe asks from his Chin up. V. If you have a head you can always get a head. Olitt Bawoh a Scrivens drawers regular $1.50$1.00 Scrivens drawers regular $1.25 i ,. .80c Roxford 2-piece, regular $2.# Seal Pax 2-�iece, regular $2.00 it. J Union suits regular $1.55. ,$1.20 Cooper s Ank length regular $2.50_________.\ f00balbriggan 2-piece, regular $1.35. .$1.0 Union suits regular $1.25 .�.s5ewe give 20% on Oxford shoes Daggett s2420 14th Street Gulfport the House of Kuppenheimer Florsheim and regal shoes. Russia Canada Complete Trade relations new York june 23.�?preliminaries to the establishment a of Trade relations Between soviet Russia and Canada have been completed according to announcement made today by Ludwig c. A. K. Martens soviet unrecognized Quot ambassador Quot Here. Wants Russia and u. S. To Fol friends Sebastopol june 22.�?closer relations Between Russia and the United states Are desired by a general Baron Wrangel commander of the South Rua Siao Volunteer Aray he declared a Friday. He said the United states had shown itself a Champion of real democracy by intervening in the Quot great War and said he hoped worthy russian students might attend american universities. American mechanical experts the general said could assist in the rehabilitation of Russia and the development of her resources after the War and he said he wanted american map ital to seek commercial arrangements Georgia legislature begins session today at Ajita june 23.�?the Georgia legislature met in annual session today to continue fifty Days. Am amp is of Bills were introduced one of which would impose a state tax tit one cent on every five Cert soft drink. A i cow causes disastrous it Railroad Accident Greenville Ala.,. June 23-�?sapa Malone Aero fireman was killed arid Comer. Wilson a Igi Neer on l. Amp n. Sooth bound passe niger train net 5, was badly scalded a a be ult of stick ing a cow. The cow was thrown iii Ito a switch causing the switch Tracka to open. In Southern Russia. As americana Tiv Ity would be of a purely commen it Lai and not of a political nature. Classified ads a cent a word a Day. Glassi red ads a cent a word a Day. M0�o�c<oic0ioi0ioiqo it ji3i0i� cl8��dfled Al so a cent a word a Day. Classified ads a cent a word a Gulf View hotel 2406 East Beach Gulfport next to Post office. Entrance from the baath a i american and european plan we serve the Best meal in Gulfport for 50c, regular meals 50c $10.00 meal tickets for $9.00 All meal tickets Are redeemable at face valuation. Quality and Quality 3 in 1 sold by leading stores 1 to a. Of tvs satisfaction. Tajo a Amai a a Jet us Ltd it. A you a. A Quot Quot Gulf Orthas All the requisites of a first class cafe. You would have to travel a Long Long Way to find one Superior to it mgt it Matiy spleen did features. A �omma0lll�o�im�o�mniam�ollfi ii a a i a i,. Tto i affiliated with Saenger amusement company it 1 dear n. Hirsch1 a aware a a Vur Evaun Cucui Adi c aug a in a a a m. Owners of the strand new Orleans and 67 it Iti a ice j theatres in a principal cities. It a Toul Fooht wish. 1 re Alart presents Wanda Hawley Imbt Sll bus Quot tomorrow ? will Rogers a in ust Call me 3m&Quot wig., Friday 25c, after 6 . 25c and 50c. Special music matinee and Nischt 1 a id

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