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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 1919.
T Y Deacon Dobson p ) yj r IN THIS n cur 7 .i,3 " I Jl V i n , 1 D RY Accountants, Public RAINES, R. T. Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla. McCaskiU Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Automobiles. BROS. MOTOR CAR " O. H. HAYS. Dealer. ' Phone tU Auto Painting PENSACOLA BTTOGT WORKS 131-133 Fyt Intendencla. Phone B7 Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. 101 N. Palafox street. Phone 415 A complete line of Automobile Accessories Bakeries. REED8 SANITARY BAKERY . 19J N. Palafox St. Phono 484 BENNETTS BAKERY 425 West Belmont. Phone tlS Baggage and Transfer. BORRA8 TRANSFER CO. EaitChftis Street Phone 1145 Chiropractors W. C. GOELZ ' Chiropractor Office,. Phone 393: Residence, 224T 329-331 Brent Buildlmj. Clothiers M. fe O. CLOTHING STORE 319-323 South Palafox. Phone 1165 Coal Dealers. CART A co. , Office Phones 88-119: Yard Phones 8-1J4 Dry. Cleaning. - NATIONAL DRY CLEANING CO. 16 East Garden St. Phone 251. Druggists. THE CENTRAL PHARMACY 100 South Palafox. Phones 177-178 THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY S5 South Palafox. Phones 921-928 - D ALEMBERTE" S PHARMACY 121 South Palafox Phone 109 Electrical Supplies PEAKH ELECTRIC & SANITARY PLUMBING CO. . iO S. Palafox Street. Phone 845 BAROCO ELECTRIC CO. 17 West Garden Street. Phone 619 LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO.' " Electrical Supplies Thone 1674. 109 N. Palafox St.; REED BINGHAM House Wiring, Electrical Supplies, Contractor. Phone 2075 Box 288 Florists. MRS. NELLIE M. BOYSEN The Onlv Down Town Florist. IS West Garden Street. Phone 1800 NORTH HILL GREENERY G-eenhouses, 919 N. Baylen St. Phone 86T lower Shop, 9 W. Romtna St. Phone 838 I MARKET REPORTS bi a 1 1 s s s s , New Tork, May 21. Cotton futures opened steady. May 30.67; July, 29.62; 'Jctober, 27.85; December, 27.38; Janu ary, 27.10. Cotton closed steady: May, 30.46; 'uly. 29.36; October, 27.79; December, J'-30; January, 27.10. New Orleans, May 21. Cotton futures Jpened steady. May 30.30; July, 29.36: Viober, 27.17; December, 26.83; January :6i. Spot cotton steady, 25 points up. Sales n the spot 3.834 bales; to arrive 1,489 hales. Low middling, 25.15; middling. -'-'S8: good middling. 30.88. Receipts .5l3; stock, 418,796 bales. ivorpool. May 21 Cotton spot in good 'equest; prices firm. Good middling ?: fully middling, 19.04; middling. '44; low middling, 16.87; good ordinary. ."'-4; ordinary. 14.71. Sales 10,000 bales Eluding 8.000 American. Receipts 3, "" bales, all American. Futures closed Ueady. May 1S.31; July. 17.88; Septem cr. 1T.03; October, 16.69; January, 16.05; 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief Kb f FO R . , N O I G EST I Thic Directors IsIssuedThree Times a Week and the Charge $1.00 Per Month Phone 1500 and tell us to enter your name under the proper classification. Central Trades Council PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL WW, V. McNTCTR. Sec. P. O. Bot 88 Foundries. BAT HHniffi FTITTNTIPT rV SI 1 West Main Street. Phono 877 Groceries. MRS. L. W. VAN METER 8th Ave. and Strong. " Phone 1G57 429 West Jackson tit. Phone 1858 NICK VASSO Fruits and Groceries. 600 E. Wright St. Phone 4T8 Horsesholng. O. 'A. BRIGOS Practical Horseshoer 16 W. Intendencla St. Phone 623 Ice Dealers. PENSACOLA ICE CO. 106-108 N. Tarra iron a. Phones 59-259 Job Printers. MAYES PRINTING CO. 15 West Government St. Phone 181. Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing Phone ' 186 Motor Boat Supply Store. -t- PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE & SUPPLY CO. 713 8. Palafox St. . Phone 627 GULF MACHINE WORKS 813-817 South Palafox Phones 162-1469 Market and Grocer. JOHN CRESSES. GROCER 924 N. Davis Street. Phone 432 TONY CLEVRO CHRIS CARVEL GROCER 620 N. Oulllemarde. Phone 1548 B, B. MARKETS Meats . . ' 319 N. DeVinier Street. Phone 947 Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 814 South Palafox. Phones 173-174 Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN, MERCHANT TAILOR CO. Expert Steam Cleanmg and Dyeing. Suits. Pressed 35c. 427 W. Belmont St. Phone 932 Music Stores. CLUTTER MUUIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone 18 Newspapers. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Daily-Weekly-Sunday - Phones: Editorial. 38: Business, 1500 THE PENSACOLA NEWS . Evening Except Sunday Phones: Editorial 454: Business, 118 March, 15.84. KtnB Tnrlf Mav 2t. The cotton mar ket was nervoiui and unsettled 'after its sensational advance of yesterday. .La erpool did not fully meet this upturn, Tshile there was scattered southern . sell ing and a good deal or realizing in the local market which opened steady at a decline of 16 to 40 points, f May showed the maximum loss while "July sold off to 29.48 and October to 27.78, or about 20 to 35 points net lower. - There was no change in the bullish character of the news from the goods market, however, and there was further good commission house buying on the decline which caused rallies right after the calL fluctuations were very nervous . and Irregular later in the morning. A sud den break of about 40 points to 29.24 for .lulv and 27.68 for October met renewed speculative and trade bUying but rallies to within 5 or 6 points of last night's closing figures encountered further real izing and active months ruled, about 20 to 28 points net lower, early In the after i.oon. The weekly report of the- weather bureau was considered a standoff.' Chicago Grain and Provisions. CORN Open Close DONT LET IT LINGER. A cough; that follows la grippe ar any ther cough that "hanps on" Trom winter to spring wears down the suf ferer, leaving, him or her in a- weak ened state unable to ward off sick ness and disease! Jos. Gillard, 148 Fill more street. Nashville, Tenn... writes: "I was suffering with a dry, hacking cough and pain in my chest, but Sine taking Foley's Honey and Tar I have been relieved." It soothes, heals and cures coughs, colds and croup. Good for whooping cough. Sold everywhere. Adv. Optician. DR. T. O. YATES isxpert Optician. FJsher Building Painters, Paper Hangers. ' E. B. WELLS IZ Kant Government. Phone 77S Photographers. , . CHAS. COTTRELL 204 1-2 South Palafox. Phone 1102 Restaurants. A WVXTPT ""ICS A T-nv -"em.vn 106 South Palafox Street. Phone 808 Shoe Shops. SAM CHARLES Palafox and Main Ets. Phone 614 1021 N. Davis Street. Phone 61f CHATTMAN'S KLECTRICAL SHOE SHOP For City Quality at Village Prices Warrington, Fla. Ship Chandlery, A. ZELITTS sh,P Chandler.. 711 S. Palafox St. Phone 139 Taxi Service. V. Q. VENTTTRA . . Taxi Service. East Garden St. Phone 80? Bob's Taxi Phone' 333 Service Day and Night 16 West Garden Tjn Workers. N. A. C.me. TTV RTTrVO 610 S. PrJafox Sreet. . Phone 412 Tailoring. KING TAILORING CO. Builders of Fine Fitting Clothes 30 South Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Registery of Trained Nurses at White's rnarmacy. uay rnone 180. Night 446 Turkish Baths. -21 PENSACOLA HOSPITAL. Phone 843. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS 'REPAIRED - Work Guaranteed 3. C. Young 103 E. Greg e Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY Cu 201 E. Garden St. tPhone 1710 Undertakers. NORTHUP & WOOK. Undertakers. 12 West Intendencla St. ; x Phone 89. 666 quickly relieves Constipa tion, Biliousness, Loss of Appe tite and Headaches, due to Tor pid Liver. adv. , July . . . JSept. . ." OATS July Sept. . . PORK May "..". July . . . . LARD July . . . . . St pt. . . ' RIBS ' May . . . Juiy . . :. Chicago, 1.65 1.58 3-4 .69 3-8 .65 1-2 1.65 1 1.58 1- .68 3-8 .64 1 53.90 60.25 '31.50 21.20 50.20 31.65 31.27 29.00 , . . .... 27.80 27.70 May 21. Corn: No. 3 yellow. LS0&1.83; No. 4 . yellow, nominal; No 5 yellow, 1.78. Oats: No. 3 white. 70 3 7-1 1-3; standard, 71 l-2 72. Rye, No, 2. 1.55. Barley. 1.201.30. Timothy, 9.00 g) 12.00. Lard, 33.95. Ribs, 27.75 28.62. Chicago, May 21. Fresh advances In the .corn market resulted today from continued . excessive wet weather ana frnm scantiness of receipts. OrenIne prices, whlch ranged from 1-4 to ! cent higher, witn juiy 1.00 to 1-4. ana Sep tember 1.68 8-4 to 1.59 1-4, were follow or hv moderate additional Grains. The close was unsettled 1-8 to 1 3-4 cent net -higher, with Jmy 1.65 1-8 o 1.64 -1-4, . ana . uepuiemoer 1.55 1-Z to 1 R.U K-S X3ood;'-demand from me seaboard strenertnenea oats. We are proud "of the conf i dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. adv. PUT IN OVERTIME It will come back many fold say the National War Garden Commis sion, of Washington, if you work 4 garden. , '"- ' Might jiat mention as I pass, if you want good garden sass, nows th -time to take your spade, back into th' garden wade. Place your foot upon th. top, hump yer back and never stop turnin up th' dark brown soil, till th' sweat begins to boiL ,Next with garden rake in ; hand; sweep th pebbles off th' land, lay them by so you can fix, all your neighbor's strayin' chicks. Havin's finished with th rake, now a little seed you take, spread it o'er th' bed so nice, rake it over, say 'bout twice. By and by th seed will grow, then you znust a-weedin go, if you want your little plot to look like a thrifty spot. Pullin' weeds is not so bad, by and by youH be so glad, that you planted garden seed for your little mouths to feed. Keep a-pluggia day py day, hang th lantern by th way, and youH find when summer's done, you have saved a lot o moa. She Sets a Good Examnle. 'I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house at all times and have recom mended' it to many friends and ac quaintances who have used it with good results," writes A, O. Newell, New Kensington, Pa. Should you not do likewise? Think of the pain and suf fering that must be endured when medicine must be sent for. Adv. COMMANDER EVANGELINE BOOTH in speaking of the Salvation Army campaign which commences Monday, Commander Booth says: , Th Salvation Army emerges from the Great War as years ago the on raniJatfof elm" out of the Bler War-the loyal and devoted friend of th4 fhtinsr man That was our first experience on a battlefield. Today khakJ clad men all' over this country know they can count on us In hours of grfeal h,f need I think the whole world understands this now. "important changes are coming to the Salvation Army and they will be changes for the better. The passing of the old-fashioned, casual method of soUcifing money on the street corners and the substitution of more mod rn ways of coUecting funds is a good innovation. The broadening an denTnine of .ur work is good. The future, however, will see no change in the mightv foundation rocks upon which the movement stands. No different' methods of gaining financial support will ever pull us away from he poor, for we are of the poor. Our calling and our service if that ' SdfbiristhpSt and all of the future as far as the great nnderly-ins-nrinciDlM of the Salvation Army are concerned. Always we have worked -ifhP a "three o'clock in the morning" courage. Bonaparte once called it iV. Jt to test courage. To us it has meant simply, homely service to men TLnln twenty-four hours of every day. Destitution, neglect, disappoint " f f these are the things that it takes high courage to meet. It Is nd Jw that men and women need help. This is the "zero hour TX,n aony; that God has called upon us to mitigate and relieve. By 1 S in HU nlme and for His sake, we accept the great responsibility. "Tn olanning the program of work for the year ahead our expansion lies "'ii .?r?1re we offer rather that in the machinery of the organization it. tn the service account of our stewardship, we have only one thought 5 mind-'the maJ who is down-but never out,' Alter all he is the one who counts first." . - ' - - - - - 1 Where will Your Child Spend On the Streets or in Our College? Enroll at once and save a discount of ?16.00. No body enrolled after June 1. You may enroll now and enter later if you wish. y Complete Stenographic and Bookkeeping Courses Instruction Day and Night. Positions Secured. Pan-Americari Business College The Open Door to Opportunity 274 to 289 Brent Building . "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. The best is the cheapest because it goes iurmir. '4 THE BELL DIRECTORY This is the most frequently consulted reference list in this section. It is corrected and revised every few months." - pensacolIT are afforded an unequalled opportunity - to place their business before the best people in a prosperous community. The space is lim ited, the rates are reasonable.' Just telephone," write or call on MANAGER ' SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE ; AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY JHcimt Budding, Rub-My-TIsm is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etcr adv REALTY TRANSFERS Peter A. Flodin and wife to Darius Rundell Curtis. -April 29, 1919; 81,000 and other considerations: Lots 14 and 15, block 228, New City Tract. CJT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T M1S THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail It to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, TO.. writing your name and address clearly. Vou will refe in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for cousrhs. colds and croun. Foley Kidney Pills for pain In sides and back: rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments: and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly .'leanslng cathartic, for constipation, biliousness. headache. and sluggish, bowels. Sold everywhere. Adv. the Sui ,er? mm New Book Goes to Press Friday May 30 71: Jeizsacva, Pensacola Launch & Ala-; chine Co. YVILLARD 8ERVICE 8TATION Wilhird Storage Batteries and Re pairs of all Makes Batteries Tvo Sets Marine Ways Machine Shop in Connection. ' Williams Transfer Co. Our Business la Moving" -All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. The CENTRAL PHARMACY "In the Heart of Pensacola" The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178