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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1919.
YSPEPSIA Distress after eating- and gas Jn stomach quickly relieved by SULFERRO-SOL The wonder medicine for Blood and Stomach diseases. Druggists sell it. GG0 u ft f. t Ik . i! LFE I A I llTcf ' N. If Nervous ? Irritable ? Try i r l j; a i D O WW r 1 1 1 Gives th finap and For Men. Womea and CUIdrea 1 I A 1 I I A II villi U I I f i I I ! elpt build op trentfth. energy and endnrmnoo ia dehcmte. run-down toIKs. Trial Six. A-1L V 1 NAVAL STORES PENSACOLA. Pensacola, June 10, 1919. "W.1 Receipts Casks Last Tar Today i , 226 300 This month 1.2S7 1,322 This season 6,062 4.18S ... in v . r- v y-v. j i Post! i To eat them, is to ad vertise them- The best and fastest selling corn flakes in America . A try tells why. Speak Out Brother is the high sign of fellow members. Yes, all the lire ones belong to the LIME COLA lodge. Its inborn goodness, uni form flavor and sparkling vim make them stay mem bers in good standing. fc LIME COLA is more than a name. It's the monicker of the best drink you ever ex changed the coin of the realm for. It's ffZt Happy Snappy Combin ation of Col and Lime. . t V 1 1 ; , barkle ot YoulMU Morulas, Noon and Klgbt Shipments, Casks Today 1,055 383 This month 5,085 ' 1,779 This season 19,339 9,794 Stocks, Casks Today 21,463 36.233 April 1 34,740 41,833 Receipts, Barrels. Last Tear Today 572 i 592 This month 3,179 3,955 This season 17,768 14,243 Shipments Barrels. 4 Today . 125 350 This month 1,380 2,776 amon cornflakes! L Ml A food creation that excels in flavor and substance is it. 4 I 39,775 ' 47,820 , This season 14,754 Stocks, Barrols. . Today 52,845 April 1 49,831 Quotations were as follows: Close 73,3o0 , X. WW . . WO . . . . . ...14.10 ...13.90 ...13.75 ...13.00 ...12.75 ...11.40 ...11.30 ,...11.20 ...11.15 ...11.10 ...10.75 SAVANNAH Savannah. June 10. The spirit mar ket was Arm at 104 with sales of 324 casks. Receipts, Cask8. v Last Tear Today , 373 453 This season 9,725 7,962 Shipments, Casks Today 180 This season 25,277 8,731 Stocks, Casks. Today 11,494 23,524 April 1 18,850 14,293 The rosin market was firm with sales of 578 barrels. Receipts, Barrels Today 1.219 This season 20,144 Shipments, Barrels Today 606 This season 25,681 Stocks, Carrels. Today . 56,078 April 1 62,541 Quotation were as follows 1,78,4 30,159 31,467 94.955 96,263 ' ft f (BOTTLES) f mvf 1 Close. 15.00 , 14.85 14.45 13.75-14.20 13.50-70 13.20-25 13.00 12.90-13.00 12S5-13.00 1280-90 12.40-75 12.00-50 WW WG N . . K I . H G F E D B WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WE HAVE IT ESCAMBIA WOOD YORD PINE BLOCKS, ALSO SPf.IT WOOD, OAK AND PINE All nice dry wood Your Order Will be Appreciated Foot 10th Avenue and Intendencia Street. . Phone 2315 $1.50 and 52.00 per load. s - a 8 Weather Report. 9 gSISSgggglgSlgggg Sunrise, 5:47. Sunset, 7:50. Moonrise, 6:19 p. m. Moonset, 4:11 a. m. Next phase of the moon, full moon. 13th. High tide, 10.: 49 a. m. Low tide, 8:06 p. m. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. TEMPERATURE 7 a. m., 78. 7 p. m., 81. ' Highest, 84. Lowest, 78. Mean, 81. Normal, 80. Mean same date last year, 78. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 3.05. 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., 0.8S. Normal for June, 4.87 inches. Accumulated excess this year to date, 17.43. J MARKET REPORTS R New York, June 10. Cotton futures opened strong. July, 31.60 to 32.08; October, 31.00 to 30.70; December, 30.52: January, 30.22; March. 29.85. Cotton closed firm. July, 31.40; Oc tober, 30.63: December, 30.35; January, 30.05; March, 29.65. New Orleans, June 10. Cotton fu tures opened strong. July. 31.95; Oc tober, 30.15; December, 29.95; January, 29.71; March, 29.39. Spot cotton steady, fifty points up. Sales on the spot, 1.033 bales, to ar- I rive 240.' Low middling. 17.00: mid dling. 31.75; good middling, 32.75. Re ceipts 4,890; stock 421..394. Liverpool, June 10. Spot cotton quiet, prices strong. Good middling, 20.99; fully middling. 20.39; middling. 19.89; low middling, 18.34; good or dinary. 16.C9; ordinary, 16.10. Sales 3, 000 bales Including 2,600 American. Receipts 16,000 bales "including 15.200 bales American. Futures closed irreg ular and unsettled. June 19.73: July, 19 33; September, 18.60; October, 18.23; January, 17.75; March, 17.53. New York, June 10. Reports from "WashingtoVi that Jthe federal reserve board was seriously concerned over speculative activities seemed to un- settle the market durinsr the early af ternoon and there wa3 a very severe break under liquidation. October ' contracts sold off to 30.05, or 123 points from the highest level of the morning and 18 points net lower. Heavy realizing and selling for a reaction caused a sudden br"eak of about 60 points from the early high level and the -market was less active with fluctuations feverish and irregu lar. October sold off 30 59 or back to within 36 points of x last "n; j closing figures but held around 30.70 at midday. JACKSONVILLE - Jacksonville. June 10. The spirit market was strong at 104 with sales of 38 casks. Receipts, Casks. Last Year Todav 3C 269 This season 14,663 Shipments, Cask . Today 1.740 This season 64,660 Stocks, Casks. Today 9.949 April 1 41,644 15.565 18,637 54.147 57.219 The rosin market was strong with sales of 712 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Last Yea' Today 124 1.472 This season 45,430 46,22fi Shipments, Barrels. Today 970 This season 45,300 70,035 Stocks, Barrels. Today 121.561 134.S77 April 1 120,652 178,233 Quotations were as follows: Close. X, WW 15.85 WG 15.10 9 14.90 M 14.50 K 14.35 I 13.25 H, G ... 13.10-13.35 F 13.00-13,25 WHERE'S MISS HUFF? RETIRED? NO, SHE'S IN "OH, YOU WOMEN!" Popular Paramount Star Plays Lead ing Woman's Role in Emerson Loos Comedy. Thousands of people recently won dered where Louise Huff had gotten to. Thousands of questions were sent to the different query editors of papers asking that question. All they could say In return, "From the best advice, we have learned that she has retired from the screen for a short while and do not know what her future work will be." At the Isi3 theatre next Friday and Saturday the question will be answered for Miss Huff has emerged from her retirement and she Is again seen In a Paramount Picture, this time as the co-star with Ernest Truex, in a re markable Emerson-Loos production, "Oh, You Women!" Miss Huff was with the Paramour. organization for many years and ehr played opposite several well known stars. She decided to go into retire ment, but it was only for a short time for there was a real demand for her work, and she happened to be the only star who would play best opposite Er nest Truex in the great "after the war story, produced by Emerson and Loor based on the idea of what the peopl would do after the boys came home. Liberty Theatre. Bert Pence and his Hello Girls ar at the Liberty and are a riot of fur and laughter in their offering ' Plaste of Paris". The two Candler brother are the specialists of the show an-1 their work is a new departure in fea turing favorite songs in an origina' way, and in their singles "Mississipp" Volunteers" and "For Liberty" they made quite a hit. Lilliam Meek thr ingenue is a very pleasing young lady of sweet personality, she leads the opening ensemble and also favored up with a rendition of "Sweet Dady". which was well received by the audi ence. Bert Pence as the comedian is a host in himself as is also Florence Gordon both of these are clever artists. Bert in his pick out number made the hit of the evening asssited as he was by the ladies of his good looking chorus this number seemed to tickle the audi- pnrp impnfiplv and ho va R also well liked in his cleverly arranged potpour- rl of sonjrs of today and yesterday' On the whole the company is a we balanced one and will do well. Th will offer at today's matinee "Wilsoi Night Out." n 5 NOP MA TALMADGE I AT ISIS TODAY A General El luy the Fan that Outsells G-E fans outsell all others. The G-E Whiz, nine-Inch slnglespeed an has met with such popular favor that early buying is the part of wisdom. Its quality and durability make it a worthy figure in the well-known General Electric line. , . , G-E Fans can be bought from: Pensacola Electric Company Holmes and McDermott Artists of Repute. Stuart Holmes, who plays the role of the villain In Norma Talmadge's latest Select Picture, "The New Moon," in which she is presented by Joseph M. Schnck today and tomorrow at the Isis Theatre, and Marc McDermott, Who also has a nimportant role, are both portrait artists of considerable talent, when not engaged in making pictures. Mr. Holmes is likewise a sculptor, und last year exhibited his "Bust of President Wilson" at the Independent exhibition in New York. He has also the distinction of having made the models fo rthe eagles over the door of the Chicago postoffice, and has re cently finished a portrait in oils of Miss Talmadge. Mi. McDermott works in black and white rather than oil, and is more in terested in landscapes and marine 3cenes than he is in portraits, but not to be outdone by Mr. Holmes, Mr. Mc Dermott made a series of impression 'stic India ink sketches of Norma Tal nadge in her Russian story, "The New Moon." Mr. McDermott first studied art .hile making pictures abroad for the 'dison company. He has a collection f very beautiful sketches of old ca 'ledrals. views on the Thames, quaint rohitectural drawings of houses in the 'Hie peasant villages of France, and ther interesting sketches which he i.ade during the year he spent in Eng ine! and France. 19 HAS CONQUERDE BLOOD POISON Scrofulous eruptions, pimples on the "ace,are both annoying and dlsfigur- Sores, ulcers, mucous patches. colored spots, glandular swell flamed eyelids, wasting of the constipation, a form Of dys nd stomach trouble can all be ult of blood poison. "Number The Blood,' -an old doctor's oresr 'ption. is the best treatment for all forms o( blood poison known to medical science. Made by J. C. Mendenhall, 40 years a druggist, Evansville, Ind. j Sold by Crystal Pharmacy. Adv. RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arrival and departure of passenger trains at Pensacola. Fla. ' The following schedule figures pub UMifd as information and not guaran teed. (Central Standard Time) AHRTVPS. LKAVES 5:30 p.m. Montgomery, Bir mingham, Nashville, Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.FB. St. T.outs. Chicago, v Memphis 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.' Npw Orleans, Mo- bile 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.ra. Atlanta," Wnnhing- ' ton. New York 12:30 J.m. 6:45 a;.m. . Mopteomtry, Blr-nTlne-haTi, Nashville, Ixyjisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 5:4a a.m. Memphis, St. Louis, Chicago 10:45 p.tn. 6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo bile pi:4 p.m. 6:43 a.m. Atlanta, Washing ton, New York 10:45 p.m. 6:45p.m. .. Mobil Local .. 6:00a.m. i:4"a.m. Jacksonville, Talla hassee 6:15 a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla hassee 6:55 p.m. Daily except Sunday. UNITED STATES . RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION CONSOLIDATED TICKET OFFICE Fan Carlos Hotel. Phone 4? njr., 1 oplIV n?rri 5M h'hil J 10 1 Look for the Rainbow in the Dealer's Window AMERICANS MAKING GOOD AT SIXTY-FIVE Dxm't -worry about old age. 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"Home of the Dayton" 24 South Palafox Street SHIPPING NOTES The Ieland liner Nubian, enroute from Calveston to a European port, is expected to n'l )v Pensacola to qtunt jo Poi pop v joj Svy timber. Sue r.-i ii;ip.s be in port for a few days. The British steamship Cundall, of the Furness-Whity line operating mainly between V. S. ports and Spa'n and Port'.al, came in port yesterday morning and arranged at. once to b gin taking timber and lumber cargo today. Reports in shipping circles here yes terday were to the effect that tho schooner Skada Stohlstind, which is now in dry dock at the docks of tho Bruce Dry Dock company for repairs, has been purchased by New Orleans owners and will be used principally in trade with Central American and West Indian ports. She is expected to take her first cargo here. With a number of steamers coming in port this week and others that are being looked for, there are visible evidences of a material picking up in business along the water front. It is understood that quite a number of ships are headed this way and that many more are to come ia indicated by the fact that numerous cargoes, es pecially of building materials havt been sold for delivery to foreign Eu ropean and South American ports'. all Others BICYCLES j