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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1919.
The
QUALITY
SHOP
78 East Wright Street
Forced
to Quit
Business
We Have a Big Assortment
Women's and
"lulisses'
DRESSES
SKIRTS
BLOUSES
MILLINERY
...
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WAS EASY TO SEE
GREAT CHANGE IN
PENSACOLA LADY
Bright Sparkle in Her Eyes,
Splendid Color in Her Cheeks
Are Pow Noticed, Whereas
Before She Was Dull and List
CONSTIPATION RELIEVED
We are Closing Out
at
BELOW
HALF PRICE
Is Free From Rheumatism, Kid-
ney Weakness, Sluggish Liver
and Nervousness, Since Taking
the New Remedy, Dreco.
DOCTORS WOULD
SAY THESE
PILLS O. K.
The formula of Tennllle's Liver
Pills is approved by the medical pro
fession generally. And thus you can
know that this medicine is an effi
cient remedy for torpid liver, dyspep
sia, Indigestion, dizziness, ' constipa
tion, colds' the "blues," nervousness
and all ailments of the stomach ami
liver. If your bowels fail to act reg
ularly at least once or twice a day,
take one or two of those little Ten
nille's Liver Pills at night before ; re
tiring and the next morning you will
wake up feeling: fine. These pills do
not gripe and sicken one like doses
of calomel, and are therefore to be
much preferred. Bottle of 24 pills,
25c at your drug stero. Refuse all
substitutes. Adv.
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B Weather Report. n
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"For the past ten years I have suf
fered severely from constipation,"
kidney and liver troubles," writes
that well known and highly respect
ed lady, Mrs. K. L. Taylor, of 916
E. DeSoto street, Pensacola, Fla.
T often had Intense pains in my
back and limbs; frequent attacks of
rheumatism of the muscles; .was ex
t '
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PENSACOLA.
Pensacola, June, 6, 1919.
Receipts Casks
Last Tear
Today
tremely nervous and some nights 1 1 This month
42
S26
could scarcely sleep at -all; had 'no,
appetite, but simply forced myself
to . eat, knowing I required nourish
ment to keep, up my strength, but
even then my food did not seem to
do me much good,; and if I were not
very careful what I ate I'd have at
tacks of pain and gas in my stomach
afterwards. I frequently had dizzy
spells which made everything seem
twisted. I - took about " everything
suggested, trying to find relief, with
out success.
"Like a drowning man grabbing at
straws. I decided to try Dreco on a
chance of its doing me good. The
very first dose helped me, for it
soothed my stomach, and at the end
of the first bottle, it was easy to see
the great change in my condition. The
pains in my back and limbs are about
gone; nerves are steady now, and talk
about sleeping; why the other morn-
ny the alarm clock failed to awaken
rn . . . B. - . - - - - -
lik B. qlrlerenl woman, ana sirongiy
adviseYryne to Sive Dreco a fair
trial, if theZ are "uiea 1 usea
to be." V-
Mr. Stout, thi-ell-known Dreco
expert, has headquarters at tne Mam
com Drug Co., to meetthe local pub
lic and explain the merits
great remedy. See him today.
243
798
3,664
122
1,394
9,409
36,049
41,839
This season ........... 5,601
Shipments, Casks
Today . 407
This month 2,834
This season 17,088
Stocks, Casks
Today '." 23.253
April 1 -. 34,740
Receipts, Barrels.
Last Tear
Today . ............... 125 625
This month 1,800 2,670
This season 16,389 12,960
Shipments Barrels.
Today 550
This month 1,125
This season 14,499
Stocks,, Barrels.
Today J 15,721
April 1 49.831
Quotations were, as follows:
Close
X WW. ...................14.10
57S
1,525
38,524
47.786
73,350
WG
N . .
M
K .
I. H
G . .
F .
E . .
D .
B . ,
13.90
13.75
.........;...... 13.00
12.75
11.40
.11.30
....11.20
11.15
11.10
10.75
SAVANNAH
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louis ville & Nashville R. R.
Arrival and departure of passenger
tr- Bt T.nscola, Fla.
The following achedule figures pub
lished as information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
ARRIVKS. LEAVES
5:30 p.m. Montgomery. Bir- '
. mtnghnm, Nashville,
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.'
$-.3 p.m. St. Louts, Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile . 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton, New York 12:30 J.m.
1:45 a.m. Montsromtry, Bir
mingham, Nashville,
Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
SMS a.m. Memphis, St. Louis,
Chicago-- 10:43 p.m.
6 :45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile . i 01:45 .m.
6:45 a.m. Atlanta.- Washing
ton, New York .... 10:45p.m.
:4B p.m. .. Mobile Local .. 6:00a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee S: 15 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee . 6:55 p.m.
Dally except Sunday.
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UNITED STATES
RAUROAD ADMINISTRATION
CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE
Pan Carlos Hotel. Phone 47
UliVEILiliG CEREMONIES
32 YEARS SERVICE.
Mrs. A. Walman, 460 Glenn Ave.M 368 casks
Fresno,' Cal., writes: "When i was
young I had a fever and If left me
with a cough every winter. Thirty
two years ago I read about Foley's
Honey and Tar and bought some and
it helped me. I ..use it yet and !t
helps me every' time. I am a widow,
66 years old." There is nothing, bet
ter, for bronchial, grip and similar,
lingering coughs and colds that hang
on. Just fine for children for croup
and whooping cough. Contains no
opiates. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Savannah, June 6. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 98-98 with sales of
PERRY TELLS WHY
.... SOUTH .FLORIDA
WANTS TO SECEDE
BY JOHN C. TRICE.
Tallahassee, June 6. Subsequent to
the refusal of the house to take up his
reapportionment bill, Mr. Perry, of Lee
county, prepared and furnished to the
press for publication, the following
statement:
Over 3lxty per cent of the entire state
taxes 'are paid by that portion of the
state lying south of the arbitrary line H ' 10.90-11.05,
Receipts, Cask.
Last
Today . ..... 471
This season 9,082
, Shipments, Casks
Tndav 243
This season
Today .'
April 1
........ 24,847
Stocks, Casks.
5,784
18,850
Yea?
403
7,301
. 471
8,731
22.863
24,293
The rosin market was firm with sales
of 161 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels
Today 55
This season 18,152
Shipments, Barrels
Today 441
This season , 23,328
Stocks, Barrels.
Today 56.439
APrtl 1 2-&7
Quotations were as follows:
Close.
WW . ...13.75
WG . " SO
N . "-20
M " ......12.70
K 12.50
T . ' 11.15-17
903
26,856
1.50S
31,467
91,652
96,263
drawn for state division in the Mathi3
resolution. A substantial majority of
the house were willing that South Flor
ida should secede, but a minority pre
vented. Against the wishes of the ma
jority, this .large tax paying portion of
the state ia compelled to pay its law
ful part, of the taxes toward the sup
port of a vstate from which it has ex
pressed the wish to secede.
It is doubtful whether the Mathis
resolution would have received a dozen
votes if reapportionment of the legis
lative body. had been made as con
templated and provided for by the plain
mandates of the constitution of the
state of Florida; The legislature has
again refused to take any action look-'
ing towara tne remeay or me constant
and cumulative evil arising from the
unequal development of the several
parts of the state, through the con
Hickcry Grove Camp No. 21.
and joint Memorial services by
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Hickory
Camp, No. 21, Olive Camp, No. federation and adoption of a just re
578, an i Oak Grove Circle No. 4,
Woodman of the World, will be
held Sunday afternoon, June 8th
at 3 o'clock at Hall, corner Ro
mana and Baylen. Families of
deceased sovereigns are request
ed toije in attendance.
All visiting Woodman cordial
ly invited to participate.
C. J. OERTING,
CLYDE LITTLE,
MRS. IDA WILLIAMS,
Committee.
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.10.85-11.05
...10.80-11.05
...10.70-90
...10.65-80
.. .10.30-65
JACKSONVILLE
Ciportlonment bill under the present
constitution.
' The legislature has alse refused to
approve by the necessary majority a
resolution providing for a constitutional
convention which convention would
'probably remedy the unjust apportion
ment as it now exists and as it has
existed for thirty two years. This is
.worse than taxation without represen
tation. It is taxation without hope of
representation.
BETTER
VULCANIZING
with
Tons of Pressure
O. K. TIRE SHOP
24 West Gmrdn Street
Dri'Cured Retreading
I I JL
it
Not like
mince
&u can eat fern be
fore going to bed
TQ4STIE
Jacksonville. June 6. The spirit
market was firm at 97 with sales
of 328 casks. , ' -
Receipts, Casks.
" Last Year
Today . 387 283
This season 13,866 14,43a
Shipments, Cask .
Today
This season 61,354
Steeks, Casks.
Today 12,642
April 1 41,644
303
17,882
53,792
57,219
The 'rosin market was firm with sales
of 918 barrels.
Reeeipts, Barrels.
Last Tea
Today 1.294 1.063
This month 42,873 42,083
Shipments, Barrels.
Today 2.008 1.451
This season 41,327 67,588
Stocks, Barrels.
Today 121,484 152,731
AprU 1 12Q.652 178,236
Quotations were as follows:
Close.
X, WW 13.75-90,
WG ..13.50
N. 13.25
M . .12.70-75
K . 12.6-65
I ..11.20-35
H Ha0H20
G '. lf.10-15
p . 11.10
E 10.95-11.10
D 10.85-95
B . .10.40-50
6 BELL-ANS
Hot water
Sure Relief
(Compiled for the Journal by " the
Weather Bureau Office.)
Pensacola. Fla., June 7t 1919.
Sunrise, 5:47.
Sunset, 7:48.
' Moonrise, 2:46 p. m.
Moonset, 1:49 a. m.
Next phase of the moon full moon,
13th. .
High tide, 7:15 a. m.
Low tide. 5:57 p. m. .
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.
TEMPERATURE
' 7 a. m., 77.
7 p. m., 85.
Highest, 88.
. Lowest, 76.
Mean, 82.
Normal, 79.
Mean same date last year, 81.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
date. 3.10.
Highest of record for June, 101 de
grees. .
Lowest of record for June, 55 de
grees. RAINFALL
For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0.
Total for this month to 7 p. m., 0.88.
Normal for June, 4.87 inches.'
" Accumulated excess this year to date,
18.00.
HUMIDITY
8 a. m., 68.
Vl P- to-. 50-
8 p. m., 62.
BAROMETER
7 a. m., 30.08.
7 p. m., 30.03.
2 MARKET REPORTS
New York, June 6. Cotton futures
opened easy: July, 29.70; October,
28.67; December, 28.25; January.
28.03; March, 27.88.
Cotton closed barely steady: July.
28.85; October, 27.79; December, 27.45;
January, 27.15; March, 26.95.
New Orleans, June 6. Cotton fu
tures opened Steady: July, 29.46; Oc
tober, 27.87; December, 27.45; January
27.15; March, 26.89.
Spot cotton quiet, 25 points off.
Sales on the spot, 476 bales; to ar
rive, 796 bales; low middling, 26.75;
middling, 31.50; good middling, 30.50;
receipts, 5,545 bales;, stock, 447,758
bales.
Liverpool, June 6. Cotton spot,
quieter prices easy. Good middling,
20.06; fully middling, 19.46; middling,
18.96; low middling, 17.41; good ordi
nary, 15.76; ordinary, 15.23; sales,
4,000 bales; no receipts; futures clos
ed irregular: June, 18.68; July, 18.28;
September, ' 17.56; October, 17.26;
January, 16.78; March, 16.58.
New York, June 6. The cotton
A chance to fit your store
'with up-to-date fixtures at
less than factory cost. We
have for sale the following:
Five 6-foot Section Walker
Bins.
One 10-foot Section Walk
er Bin.
Two 4-foot Section Walk
er Bins.
One 6-foot Section Walk
er Bin.
One 36 Drawer Counter.
Two 12-foot Counter.
One Multigraph Printing
achine.
One " Small Slicing Ma
chine. ;
One V egetable Stand.
One Thread Cabinet.
One Cheese Case.
One Cake Stand.
One Angldile Computing
Scale.
Hoffman & Sellers Auto Co.
Phone 825
57-59 East Gregory
m
PHONE 894
5
Meats of ierit
Good fresh
more important to your health
and enjoyment in the summer than
any other time of the year.
Special for Fresh Western Meats
The best cuts of Steak .35c
Beef Roast ...25c and 30c
Beef Stew, 20c, 2 for ... 35c
Veal Cutlets ..40c
Veal Roast, . , 30c and 35c
Mutton Choos 30c
'' Veal Stew 20c
Mutton Roast . . 30c
Western Pork Chops 45c
Western Spare Ribs 25c
Hamburger Steak 30c
Just received lot of Fat Country Hens, lb ... .35c
Dressed Country Hens , 45c
Nice Fat Broilers and Friers 55c
Brookfield and Cloverbloom Butter 65c
Shift's Premium Oleomargarine 40c
Fresh Country Molasses, gallon $1.30
Fresh Country Eggs, doz. . 50c
(For every bad egg we return 10c)
Quick Delivery
HARRY'S MARKET & GROCERY
meat is
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Phone 794
300 North Devilliers,
Cor. Wright and Devilliers
Pensacola, Fla.
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market showed "renewed weakness
this morning. Yesterday's closing
rallies were not only lost, but prices
made new low ground for the move
ment, owing to less favorable reports
from the goods trade and better
wef " -r than expected In the south.
Li. ool was lower than due and the
market here opened easy at a decline
of 26 'to 49 points under liquidation,
southern, western, local and Liverpool
selling. There was some irregularity
right after the call, but' July soon
broke to 29.55 and Oclober to 28.50,
or 57 to 62 points net lower.
There was trade buying around
28.50 for October and the early break
was followed by rallies of about 20
points on the demand from that
source and covering. The prospects
for good weather over the week-end
served to check buying otherwise.
however, and the market was quiet
around mid-day with the tone steady,
although rallies were not fully maintained.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Corn Open Close
July 1.69 1-2 1.68 7-8
Sept 1.59 7-8 1.59 1-2
Oats
July 675-8 67 1-2
Sept 65 64 5-8
Pork
July .50.50 50.90
Sept 47.00 47.50
Lard
July ...33.45 33.87
Sept. ...32.40 32.55
Ribs
July 27.80 27.95
Sept 27.15 27.10
Chicago, June 6. Cash: Corn, No.
3 yellow, J1.73 1-21.75; Xo. 4 yellow.
1.74; No. 5 yellow, 1.73; Oats: No. 3
white, 68 1-469; standlrd, 6969 1-2;
Rye: No. 2, 1.48 1-21.49.
"A Rolling Stone Gathers
No Moss!" sr
But; a neglected eye-strain w TJK
erathers many wrinkles that l C y
are unnecessary and .unbe-
T-V fJ- 1 i-
eyes.
W. C. PItFf ENHEOtFiER
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street.
SERVICE HEADS
GET MEDALS FOR
WAR ACTIVITIES
t "Washington, June 4. Raymond B.
Fosdock, chairman of commission on
training camp activities during the
war. John -R. Mott. general secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. War Work Council,
and John J. Burke, chairman of the
special committee of the National
Catholic War Council were presented
with distinguished service medals to
day by Sercetary Baker for distinguish
ed and meritorious service.
New Tork, June 4. Secretary Whit
ner of the United States Golf associa
tion, announced today he had received
one hundred and thirty-Ave entries for
the national open ctiamplonshlp tourn
ament which will begin next Monday
over the Braeburn Country club course,
Westnewton, Mass,
IS IS ALL GONE NOW.
Samuel L. Kramer, Box 95, Sellers
ville. Pa., writes: "I had. kidney
trouble for two years apd had a ter
rible backache. That is all gone
now after using Foley Kidney Pilis
and I feel well again." When the kid
neys are overworked, weak or dis
eased, the waste matter remains in
the system and causes pains in side
or back, rheumatism, lumbago, sent
joints, sore muscles, backache. Foley
Kidney Pills get results quickly and
are tonic in their healing and sooth
ing effect. Good for bladder trouble,
too. Sold everywhere. Adv.
1 71
75c, 85c Men's Hose 65c
ENTIRE STOCK
10 off, 15 off
20 Off
TIE LEADER
218 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
Arrow Collars. . . . .20c
ENTIRE STOCK
10 of f, 15 of f
20 Off
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In the History of IPensacoiQ
A Hat for Every Man at a Price for Every Man as an Expression of Appreciation
for Every Man an Event Planned Especially for Every Man.
S4.85
$6 to $20 Genuine
Bangkoks yours for
Think "it over Most popular
shapes of the season.
$4.85
$6 to $10 Genuine
Panamas, sale price
Panama Hats in the rough,
$3.50.
3.85
$5 to $10 Genuine
Leghorns, sale price
They are all Genuine Italian
Leghorns all one price.
S2.85
mm
$3.50 to $6 Toyo
Panamas, sale price
The Leader Headquarters
1 for Hats.
Younsrs Straws at
. .$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
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