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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 13, 1919.
THE DEMO FOR 668 GliILL AND FEVER TONIC IS FAR GREATER THAN THE SUPPLY For the Past Twlsve Months the Demand for 638 Hs3 Been Fat Greater Than the Supply, But We Have Increased Our Plant and From Now on We Hope to Fill Orders Mere Promptly. I rf)v.A : m f I I fS I ' MS Jiab proven it will cure Malaria.! Chilis and Fever, Bilious Fever. Colds, nd LaGrippe. Jt kills th parasitts that tauses the fever. . 668 Is the moat speedy rmtimdy we know. A few dose wtll vak the fever and If then taken as a tonic the feer 111 not return. You can take 66S while the fever Is on or off. 6?8 Is a fine tonic for pal people. It builds uo the blood eorpuUches to a red, healthy condition. giving- a natural, healthy complsxtlon. healthy complexion. exposed to the weather, as they can take it. eat anything "they want and go right on with their work with no Xear of be in" salivated. dv.' "1 NAVAL STORES PENSACOLA. Pensacola, May 12. The spirit mar ket was firm at 70 with no offerings. Receipts, Casks. Today This month S42 This month 1,434 Shipments, Casks. . Today . This month 1,878 This season 8,793 Stocks, Casks. Today 27,381 April 1 ..34.740 Last Year 77 484 1,325 1G4 Jl,69i 41.S39 7,4 38 41.839 The rosin market was steady with no sales. , . Receipts, Barrels. Last Year Today 290 256 This month 3,010 1.994 This season , . 6,677 ' 0y053 Shipments, Carrels. Today 700 205 This month .. 1,991 8'17 This season 6,148 32,093 Stocks, Barrels. Today 27,381 47,310 April 1 , 34,740 73,350 Quotations were as follows: ' Today 209 This season , ...... 7,303 Shipments, Barrels. Today . . . 127 This season .. 13,147 Stocks, Barrels. - Today . . . 57,285 April 1 .90,263 p5?L; I I 1 I ! ! r" s A i ; ;: l,!T ' ( ,1 'ill HI '""!' : :l Is . i . ji ! i 1 . I i - if . i !f ! !: ! iS - ! i L ' Receipts, Casks. Last Year Today . . 65 17 This season 4,188 J.093 Shipments, Casks. Today .. 28 40 This season .......... 8,537 3,973 Stocks, Casks. Today . ; ......23,008 23,413 April 1- 24,293 24,095 The rosin market was firm with sales of 107 barrels- . Receipts, BarreJc. Last Year 118 11,421 630 11,874 95,810 94,310 Quotations were asollows: w . . . i4.oo WG . . . 13.9013.9S N . . . . ..." 13.7013.75 M . . . ................... 13.20 IC . . . . . 12.95 1 116511.75 H 11.6011.65 G . . 11.55 F 11.45 F, 1140 D . ... . 1135 B . . . . .... 1095 X, W WG N . .. M .f K . I, H O . P . K . . D I B W Closa ...14.10 ....13.90 ...13.75 13.00 ....12.75 11.40 11.30 ....11.20 ....11.15 ....11.10 ...10.75 SAVANNAH. Savannah, May 12. The spirit mar ket was firm at 74 with sales of 138 casks. ' MEDICINE DOCTORS INDORSE ; Tennille's Liver Pills are made of exactly the Ingredients a good physi cian would prescribe for dyspepsia, sonstlpation, sick headache, dizziness, tiredness, the "blues," torpid liver or any other ailment of the liver, stomach or kidneys. They are also recommend ed for chills and fevers, bilious and Intermittent fevers. These pills should be in every family medicine chest. They always produce good results and may be taken without danger of disa greeable after-effects. One trial win convince you of their 6iiperlor merit. Bottle of 24 pills, 25c at drugstores. Be Bure to Insist on Tennille's iLivei Pills. Adv. We are proud of the confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic adv. J Lfothci's RsppsiwSs: : : Of Utmost Importance That Zkm tiaro Ewwy Cmxm," Ths expectant .... mother's " physical comfort should ba our first .thought, and and all about her should se to H that her preparation for baby's coming be complete. . . : . There Is a most splendid remedy to to prepare women for tV? rreateat time In their lives, known as Mother's Friend. It is applid to the muscles of the ab domen, gently rubbed in, and at once penetrates to relieve strain , on nerves, cords apd ligaments. It makes the muscles bo pliant that they expand easily when baby arrives; the hours at the time are fewer 'and pain and danger at the crisis is naturally avoided. . Mother's Friend enables the mother to preserve her health and strength, and she remains a pretty mother by havinar avoided discomfort and suffering which more often than tehwtsr aerompanles such an occasion when nature Is uaided. Every nerve, muscle an tendion la thoroughly lubricated. Discomfort dur inor the oeriod is counteracted, and the skin, after the crisis., is left smooth nd natural. ', "Write to Bradfield R-ij!ator Com. pany. DeDt. B. Umar Buildine. Atanta, Georgia for their Motherhood Book, and Sobtaln a bottlo of Mother's fnd from the drug store today without faiL Adv DRS. CREWS & PARKER, DENTISTS 204 1-2 South Palafox St. (Over Fisher Rental Agency) Telephone 886 Gold Crowns. $5.00 and $6.00 Plates . ... . $10 and up Amalgam Filings 50c and $1 Porcelain FiDings. . . .$1 to $2 Bridge Work. .$5.00 and $6.00 Painless Extraction. All Work Guaranteed. Examiration Free. Office Hours 8:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. . Sundays 10 to 1. Phone 1995 T. E. yilliams Foniitee Co. Dealers in Furniture, Stoves a n d Ranges RUGS, LACE CURTAINS AND SPREADS We sell on the most liberal terms and 'guarantee ' satisfaction. 90 East Wright Street Its carbohydrates are of such a nature as to he readily absorbed almost 100 per cent of their stored-up energy is im parted to the body as available heat or muscular energy, for immediate or reserve use. Carbohydrates are one of the three essential elements of food necessary to sustain life. The remaining elements of Schlitz Famo protein substances, mineral matter, water, organic acids, aromatic compounds, carbonic acid gas are easily digested or absorbed, and are essential. Invalids may partake of Schlitz Famo freely. "We live not by what we eat, but by what we digest!" Schlitz Famo. is a worth-while cereal beverage non-intoxicating healthful, refreshing and satis fying. Good and good for you. On sale wherever soft drinks are sold. Order a case from Pone 160 1 The Welles-Kahn Co. 602-610 S. Palafox Street Pensacola, Fla. 133 s m & (Compiled for the Journal by the Weather Bureau Office.) . Pensacola, May 13. Sunrise,' 5.57. Sunset, 7:34. - ,: . Moonrise, 6:39 p. m. Moonset, 4:54 a. m. Next phase of the moon, full moon, 14th. High tide, 10:38 a. m. Low tide, 8:29 p. m. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. TEMPERATURE 7 a. m, 64. 7 p. m.,- 71. Highest,, 74. - lowest, 63.' Mean. 68. " Xormal,' 74. ' Mean same date last year, 76. Accumulated definciency this .year to date, 211. " ' -.; -:': -; "" ""-;' 'Highest of record for May, 93 da grees. . ' ' ;' - N Lowest I of ' record for May, 44 de grees. -i .--j RAINFALL ' ' : . ... - ; ; . . For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., none. :Total for this month to 7 p. m.; 1.10. Normal for May, 2.68 inches.. Accumulated excess this year to date." 16.24. . , ' " HUMIDITY 8 a. m, 80. 1 p. m., 85. 8 p. m., 85. BAROMETER 7 a. m., 29.95. 7 p. m.. 29.88. f MARKET REPORTS. . New York, May 12.: Cotton futures opened Steady. May, 27.90 bid; July, January 24.15. Sldn. diseases . If your doctor said to use Resi nol Ointment for that skin-trouble you'd try it without a second thought! Wei!, iktrusandsoi doc tors throughout the country arf prescribing Resinol Ointment to heal sick skins, and have been doing so constantly for over tiventy years. So why not take the com bined advice of all these wise med ical men and let Resinol Ointment make your skin well ? It usually stops itching at once, makes sleep possible, and speedily heals the eruption. Resinol Ointment U a excellent healiar dressing, too. ior born. K.!U, eat and stubborn Utile or. Sold by all dnjssunv Rttviel SeJ dean pr cmpitxtu. New York, May 12. Cotton closed steady. May, 27.15; July, 26.90; Oct., 25.16;, Dec, 24.67; Jan., 24.36. New Orleans, May 12. Cotton fu tures opened steady. May, 27.60; July, 26.27; Oct, 24.13; Dec, 23.71; Jan., 23.41. V After a decline of 3 to 7 points on the opening caU today, cotton firmed up on complaints of too much rain in the western belt. At the end of the first hour of business prices were 12 to 18 points above the level of Satur day's close., ' - Liverpool, May 12. Cotton spot in fair dereand, prices higher. Good mid dling, 18.34; fully middling, 17.84; mid dlin, 17.24; low middling. 15.69; good ordinary, 14.04; ordinary, 13.51. Sales, 6,000 bales including 4,400 American. Receipts, 4,000 bales, ,-ncluding 900 American. . Futures closed steady. May, 17.03; July. 16.43; August. 16.06: October, 15.04; January, 14.49; March 14.28. July -. . . ......;t.... 28.10 28.15 : Chicago, Hay "12. Before the ses sion ended May corn ascended 2 cents more, , making the extreme gain for the day 10 cents a bushel. There was a nervous' close with the market as a whole 5 cents to 9 cents up aa compared with Saturday's figures. The close was flurried to 9 cents higher with July 168 to 1.68, September IS'JH to 1.59. ind St. Louis, May 12. Poultry: Hens, 31; spring, large, 60; turkeys, 36; ducks, 31; geese, 13, Eutter: Creamery, 56. Eggs, 35. . MUSICIANS TAKE CHARGE OF THE GARDEN THEATRE The Garden Theatre has ben trans ferred to Ed Ware, Don Roberts, W. J. Pearce and Miss Helen Beatty, all of whom have been connected with the theatre for some time, Mr. "Ware as operator and the others as musicians. It is announced that the policy of the new management will be to cater to women and children, the prices be ing 5 and 15 cents. An earnest en deavor will be made to make this tow house one of the most popular of its character in this section, it is stated by the new management. MAY MEETING OF LOCKEY SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHERS The May meeting of the Parent Teacher Association of the Joseph B. Lockey school will be held at the school building at 8 o'clock this evening. The . following program wiU be given: America, . - Soldiers Chorus Choruo Class. Art in the Pensacola Schools Miss Chandler. . Recitation Christine McCreary. Sweet and Low Chorus. Value of Orchestral Teaching Mrs. Chalkor. Stereopticon slides on Foreign Coun tries. The May meeting Is always held in the evening so that both fathers and mothers may attend and every patron is urged to be present. Chicago, May visions table: CORN July Sept. . OATS v July ..... . . Sept. PORK May 12. Grain and pro- - a LARD Sept. . . RIBS May ... Open. Close. 1.65 ,.. 1.68 1.55 Vi. 1.59. -67 6S '.64Vi .65, - f 53.85 . i 5080 51.00 ' 32.05 32.10 I 31.80 : 2S.S2 I may OtKer Flours promise much, Lut Risin . SUPERLATIVE SELF RISING FLOUR KEEPS THE FAITH It &ives you LIGHTNESS, WHITENESS and PURITY combined with RICH NUTRIMENT and PERFECT LEAVENING. ' -X5LJ tlODBSUaj , 1 OO NHVH-S3TTaAi I 1: ' - t 1 !f V -.