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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, dCTOBER 13, 1916.
CASCARETS SELL A VALUABLE CARGO OF NAVAL STORES CLEARS FOR LONDON PLAYERS IN WORLD'S SERIES GET E MONEY THAN EVER ; , ,! ' TWENTY MM BOXES PER YEN M BEST, SAFEST CATHARTIC FOR LIVER AND BOWELS, AND PEOPLE KNOW IT. i TIIEY'RE FINE! PONT STAY BILIOUS, SICK, IIEADACIIY OR CONSTIPATED. ' With approximately 15,000 barrels of rosin and casks of turpentine, the Swedfsh steamship Irene cleared yes terday for London, and last night went under the coal chutes for a sup ply of bunker coal. The Irene, her entire. cargo completed, is ready to proceed to sea, and should get away at an early hour this morning. From unofficial sources it is learned that the Irene cerries a cargo of very nearly 15,000 barrels, about evenly divided between rosin and turpentine, although no information relative to contents of cargo is given out at the Pensacola custom house. A consign ment of lumber is also on the steamer, the valuation of combined cargo being very near a quarter of a million dol lars. This is by far the most valuable cargo of naval stores exported from this port in some months, and it is reported that another largo shipment, but not as valuable as that on the outgoing steamer, may go out about the latter part of this month. J J 114.V I Jl V- VJ VIVUII lltiUV Cascarrts. Taka one or two at night unu enjoy ine nicest, ircnuesi iivcr and bowel cleansing you ever experi enced. Wake up feeling grand. Your : head will be clear, your tongus clean, ' breath rih, stomach sweet and your liver and thirty feet of bowels ac tive. Get a box at any drug store and straighten up. Stop the head aches, bilious spells, bad cold3 and bad riays brighten " up, Cheep up, Clean uti! Mothers shoudl give a whole Cascaret to children when cross, oiuous, ievensn 01 u tongue is coated. they' are harmless never gripe or, sicken.--Adv. SECURE SPACE LEYLAHD LINER IS THE ONLY ARRIVAL New York, Oct. 12. BasebaH sta tisticians figured out today that $162,- 927, the players' Bhare of the receipts from the present world's series, is the largest sum ever divided among the members - of two clubs in any world's series. Sixty per cent of it goes to Boston and forty per cent to Brooklyn- Each of the twenty-six members of the Boston club will re ceive $3,332.92 and each of the Brook lyn's $2,715.41. If Brooklyn had won i each of the twenty-four players of that' club would have received $4, 073.10, which would set a new record for the amount won by individual players ia any world series. Had Bos ton lost the players of that club would j have received $2,506.53 each. Although the attendance at the first four games this year has been nearly 3,000 less than last year, the receipts in 1916 were more that $33,000 high er than in 1915, the total for fonr days this year being $301,717. -The best previous mark of four games was in the series between the New York Nationals and the, Boston Americans in 1912, when the total receipts were $273,282. The attendance that year was almost 17,000 more than this year, but higher prices for seats have prtvailed in 1916. For the fifth game of the series the players had no share in the receipts. Charles H. Ebbets, president of the Brooklyn club, in discussing his offer to sell his club, said today he had several offers for his stock which is believed to be 51 per cent of the total. He would not say what price Loaded with a large and miscella neous, cargo, taken on at Galveston, the Leyland liner Nestorian arrived XJiil et upon it, nor whether any of the offers are near his demand He said he was still enthusiastic over the game, but tired after thirty-four years in the executive end of the sport. NUMBER LAUNCHES i T1 . n at fair tor Concessions Secure space immedi ately for concessions in s the "Made in Escambia County' exhibit, "Auto mobile Rov," other de partments and general exhibits at the IN 1W BOAT HOUSE to Muscogee Wharf, where 500 tons of bunker coal will be received. Coal ing crews worked on the steamer last night, and at an early hour this morn ing the big Leyland liner will move out to the stream, to receive a deck load of about 165 standards of sawn timber. The Nestorian will be ready to continue on her voyage to Liver pool by 4 o'clock this afternoon. The Nestorian and the .Huronian are both Leyland steamers, and ara among the largest of their respective type to ply to gulf ports. Whether or not the departure of the Nestorian win De aeiayea, as was me case wixn 0uite a number nf lannrW have ii tt t ; a i-.i . xne nurom?n remains xo oe woricea been hfased i the new Elkan boat out today. The? steamers, however, house. at the fcorner of Bavlen and will leave at the same time, and it f-edar streets, and it 1n arrfd that mm will be an interesting race between tll(, i,miRfi iro.PT thSr wnnM rmt. h Ae two to Liverpool, the point of des- Uuch trouble to have the stalls soon tination for both of them. ..rmie? Yesterday afternoon i boats of va rious sizes were tied up there, and several which are cared for there were out in the harbor or across the bay with pleasure parties. Those there at 4 o'clock were the Delphine, Vir ginia K, Nedra, Badger, Rose, Agnes B, Carmelia, Catherine, Adah C, My nanna, Beverly S, and a number of smaller tenders. The head of the slip, one time an idle part of the harbor, has taken on a great deal of life since the construc tion of the up-to-date boatshed. FUNERAL OF OLLIE LI T E bi scamoia County Fair N. J. Lillard 356 Brent Building Attended bly a large concourse of friends, the funeral of the late OIlie Lehr was conducted yesterday, the re mains being interred in St. Michael's cemetery. The death of Mr. Lehr was a sur prise to many of his close friends, many of them not knowing that he had been ill. He had made his home in Pensacola for many years, and had followed work in the bay and on the export docks for a long time. Out SHIPPING NEWS Arrived. Nestorian, Br. ss, 4075, Coulsing, of respect to his memory, the flag Galveston, to John A. Merritt & Co. on the S. B. A. tower was maintain ed at half mast during yesterday. DYSPEPSIA OF 190GB Cleared. Swed ss Irene, for London, with naval stores and lumber. WATERFRONT NOTES. Worth While Saving A 10 per cent reduction this week from the regular prices of lighting appliances will include modern art brackets, table' lamps, glassware, dining room domes, semi-indirect lighting bowls and other equally desirable goods. . EASY TERMS At Our Showroom or from Our Representatives Pensacola G as any " 25-27 East Garden Street. Phone 204 1 "When You Know Gas Lighting You Prefer It" Comp ,A- I A o8b Wow. in the afternoon: that one liner had been diverted to another port, while the Nestorian, the other vessel re ported. reached here late in the afternoon. The Wm. H. Murphy Returning. Consignees of the American steams ship Wm. H. Murphy are looking for that vessel about the latter part of this week or the first of next week. The steamer is said to be loading at a point where telegraphic facilities are unsatisfactory, and for that Rea son there is no way of correctly as certaining what time the ship, should reach here. VESSELS rN PORT. Steamships. Nestorian, Br, 4075, Coulsing, Gal veston, to John A. Merritt & Co. ' Huronian, Br, 5634, Wood, Galves ton, to John A Merritt & Co. Strathearn, " Br, 2845, McKenzie, PROMINENT WOMEN EN DORSE OUR STATEMENTS. I J i ' wsf7 iAi JiAm J Wf mLjm Goal Wood Oil Portable Grates, Aiidirons, Fire Sets, -: Spark Guards Everything for the fireplace. Our line of heaters is large enough for you to select. any thing you may need, from the cheapest to the. best. Don shop come to the store where quality is considered. Special Treatment Required. JUST RECEIVED Limburger Cheese Many women suffer from a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does cot yield to ordinary treatment. While the symptoms are similar to those of ordi nary indigestion, yet the medicines usually prescribed do not restore the patient's normal condition. There seems to be a kind of dyspepsia caused by derangement of the female organism. While this appears to be the same as ordinary indigestion it can be relieved only by a medicine which, be sides acting as a stomach tonic, is good for female ailments. . Real what such a medicine did for Mrs. Williams : She says: "Before I began taking Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com- pound I was trou- Arrival of Nestorian. .The big steamship Nestorian, with a miscellaneous cargo loaded at. Gal veston, arrived yesterday at 4 o'clock and was immediately "steamed 4 up to the coal chutes, where aQQ tons of coal will be loaded. The steamer will also load a deck cargo of sawn timber. The Nestorian was berthed without trouble. As she passed the large Huronian, anchored in the stream, an exchange of greetings was passed be tween the ships of the same line. A BRICK I i i M H. Muller Your Grocer Since 1896. Phone 213. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf ( 1 1 i bled with dyspepsia ltS.i and sides, and after .Sl i :i . u amy meais my sxam- ach would bloat up till I could scarcely tret my breath. At times I was so weak I could hardly stand on rr.v feet and I A looked hollow-eyed and my skin was yellow. Now I have a good color, have gained in every way and can do my work without any pains. , I think it is the best medicine on earth for stomach troubles of wo men." Mrs. Nellie Williams, 31 West 3d Street, New Albany, lad. The Irene Clears. With almost a solid cargo of naval stores and lumber, the Swedish steam ship Irene yesterday cleared for Lon don, and is expected 4o go to sea to day unless the activity of German un- Udersea boats has a tendency to cause a delay in departure of the steamer. It wag reported yesterday that the valuation of the Irene's cargo would be in esces3 of a quarter of a million dollars. Sanford, Fla. "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, I am pleased to state, did me most exceuent good when I was suffer ing from woman's trouble to the ex tent that I .had what a physician called prolapsus. The calming, quiet ing and I might say the building-up ef fect of this fine medicine soon changed the con dition to my entire satisfaction. My general health was great ly reduced, in that I was without strength, nerves were unstrung, and my sleep was provokingly disturbed. At periods I would have painful misery in my organs, through the back and down my lower limbs. Not only were these difficulties corrected but my general 'broken-down health as well. The result has been VMS m-s nM A. M. AVERY & SON Phone No. 35. Palafox and Garden Streets. The Stranger Loaded.: Anchored in the stream and loaded with lumber, the barge Stranger will dear today and probably go to sea tomorrow. The lumber-laden barge goes hence to Havana, and on the re turn trip to the states will probably go to a Texas port, where the sails will be rigged up. . No Second Leyland Liner. It was reported along the water front yesterday that there were two Leyland liners due, but this was found ! i to be untrue, for it was announced i permanent, as I now enjoy the Dest 01 health. Mav other afflicted women be influenced 6y mv experience." -Mrm. H. Beaslet, 414 Palmetto St Sacford, rla. . The mighty restorative power of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription speedily causes all womanly troubles to disappear compels the organs 'to properly perform their natural functions, corrects displacements overcomes irre gularities, removes pain and misery at certain times and brings back health and strength to nervous, irritable and ex hausted women. . It is a wonderful orescriDtiott pre pared only from nature's roots and herbs with no alcohol to falsely stimulate and no , narcotic to wreck the nerves. It banishes pain, headache, backache, tow spirits, hot flashes, dragging-down sensa tion, worry and sleeplessness surely and without loss ot time. Get it now! All druggists. Pisagua, to Gulf Transit Co. Irene, Swed, 1S24, Andersdn, Charleston, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co. Rudolf Blumberg, Ger, for harbor. Vogesen, Ger, for harbor. Lucia, Aust, for harbor. Barks. ' . Oaklands, nor 899, Langf eldt, Aren- dal, to H. Baars Co. Deversn, Nor, 1,147, Gundersen, New Orleans, to Eitzen-Touart. Teresa, Spaa, 999, Font, Barcelona, to J. Garriga. j Barea. Stranger, Am, 510, Mortensen, Ha vana, to Master. , Consul, Am, 49, Gregg, Sagua la Grande, to Aiken Towboat and Barge Co. Bobby-Ho, Am,' 371,. Lewis, Sagua la Grande, to Aiken Towboat and Barge Co. Jackson, Am, "310, Bushee, Hav ana, to Aiken Towboat and Barge Co. B F. KING CO. Can Serve You Best in Tailoring and Sporting Goods , PHONE 774 34 South Palafox BOUND FOB PENSACOLA,. Papeed, For, sailed Vlreo, March ZL passed Tarifa, May 9. " Albion, Rus, 627; sailed Genera, Ferroll, May 12. Albyn, Rus, 1993; sailed Greenock AuglO. "The Horn of Bettor Printing- HERBERT'S PRINTERY Opera Houee Block . Phono S31 CAN WE ESTIMATE TODAYT DR. A. W. MILLER . Dentist 209-210 Blount Building Office Phoae 641. Residence, 1870. "When You Think of Coal Think of Gary." TWO YARDS. FOUR PHONES . 93, 119. 154. v WIRE YOUR HOME! PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY Pensacola Launch, and Machine Co. Two Sets Marine Ways. Willard Service Station. Skiffs and Motor Boats Built and Repaired. P. L. Brown, Mgr. , Phone 662 MARSTON & QUINA, Weat FlorleU'e Oldett Furniture Houae. Exclusive Agents Glebe-Wernicke Book Cases. Notice to Ice Consumers! Our wagons re equipped with scales and consumers will p'.'vise exact cor rect welgat ana report any discourtesy of drivers to office phones 59 or 2S. Pensacola Ice Company