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B af NAVAL STORES JJ PENSACOLA. Pensacola, July 1. Receipts, Casks. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1919. V Check Your Baggage Direct to :i LEXINGTON HOTEL Michigan Boulerard At 22J St. 450 Rooms CHICAGO 6 Minutes from tho Heart of Business Absolutely fireproof lowest insurance Tate of any Ixrtel in tk city. European plan. 450 large, hfcht rooms pleasindy furnished and tot olid contentment. Our rates are lower by SO per cent lrma those ot any ether first claaa hotel in Chieam. Croat ocsllcncs la ssrvics. Populnt priced cafes and modern Co&eo Shop. Seek your friends where you are most likely to meet them at The Lexington enjoy every comfort and convenience known to modern hotel methods save one half the cost of the same accommodations iu the down town hotels. Ttic Lexington is the leading hotel in Automobile Row its garage accommodations arc perfect ana it is the mecca of motor tourists. Residents of your city, responding to wide advertising, have helped to make The Lexington one of the most successful hotels in Chicago and for this we thank them. You are invited to write for reservations, or to wire at our expense, with every assurance of service, hospitality and moderation in charges. Building Owned and Operated by Interstate Hotel Company HERMAN MACK, Vice-President Today 337 This month 337 This season 9.274 Shipments, Casks. Today 1.262 This month 1.262 This season 28,704 Stocks, Casks. Today 15.310 April 1 34.740 Receipts, Barrels. Today 834 This month 834 This season 26.281 Shipments, Barrels. Today 115 This month 115 This season 28,127 Stocks, Barrel. Today 47,985 April 1 49,831 Last Yea- 270 35S 6,869 26 .15.073 33.635 41,839 Last Yea.- 163 704 20,613 Last Year 59S :3,225 40,744 73,350 JACKSONVILLE. Jacksonville. July 1. The spirit market was firm at 88 with sales of 455 caaka. Receipts, Casks. Today 17 This season 23,269 Shipments, Casks. Today This season 54,412 Stocks, Casks. Today 10,501 April 1 47,644 Last Yes- 309 22,988 414 24.985 55,222 57,219 The rosin market was firm with sales of 138 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Today 41 This season 72,349 Shipments, Barrels. Today 518 This season 74,003 Stocks, Barrels. ) Today 118.999 April 1 720,652 Quotations were as follows: WW WG N M K J H. G F E D B Last Year 1.271 71.322 435 83,461 166.095 178.236 Close 17.65 17.15- 17.10 16.75 16.50 15.35 15.15 15.10 15.05 14.95 14.90 50 SAVANNAH. Savannah, July 1. The spirit mar ' ket was firm at 89 with sales of 479 casks. ' FRENCH CIVILIANS AMERICAN SOLDIERS AND SAILORS RIOT Brest, July 1. Two French civilians were killed and five American soldiers and sailors were injured severely more than 100 wounded in riot here last night. Two of the American soldiers are expected to die. The casualties occurred as the re sult of an exchange of shots between American military and naval police and French sailors. Th trouble began, according to available accounts when an American naval officer, who is said to have been drinking heavily, tore down a French flag and tramped on it. A crovd of F-enchmen attacked the officer and it Is said, kicked and beat him until i? was unconscious. Americans who passed by and who v-ere not aware of the cause of th fight, went to the aid of the naval offictr. The f.'ght then became gen eral. A mob of French civilians and sol d.ers and sailors attempted to rush the hotel Moderne where American officers were quartered. They burned a sentry box and threw stones at Ameri cans in uniform wherever they found them. The Americans, it is said re taliated. A company of American marines with fixed bayonets was hurried to the scone and the Americans soon restored order. Admiral Henri ialaun, the French naval commander at Ir-st, ordered the marines to return to their barracks. As the marines ma rebel back to their quarters, it Is declared they wese pursued by a mob throwing stones and bricks. The city is quite today. Receipts, Casks. Today 627 This season 16,191 Shipments, Casks. Today 124 ThiTs seasop 47,854 Stocks, Casks. j Today 7.676 April 1 18,850 Last Year 533 12.683 3 13,202 23.954 24,293 The ros' t market was firm ith sales of 1, s 7 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Today 1,824 This season 36,896 Shipments, Barrels. Today 199 . Viis season 43,949 I Stocks, Barrels. Today 56.494 April 1 62,541 Last Year 1.6S0 44,830 92 59,431 81,662 96,263 L lry io Raise Bread Without easts ybu Cant Do It ! And you cant build and maintain a strong body unless you put & the required material into it. "You must have something be sides mere flesh-forming food. Grape-Nuts is an ideal food, for besides ordi nary nourishment, it contains the mineral elements of the drains material absolutely required for buildind and maintaining the rigfrt kind of nerves and bone and blood and brain and brawn. Some foods lack these elements. Grape -Nuts provides them. JJo raise in price to consumers during" or since the war. Quotations were as follows: Close "WAV 17.60 WG 17.25 N 17.00 M 16.50-60 K 16.35-50 I 15.35-65 H 15.20-40 O 15.15-35 F 15.10-25 E 15.05-10 D 15.00 B 14.75 W MAPVTT 5? New York. July 1. Cotton futures opened steady: July. 33:55; October. 33:40; December, 33:40; January, 33:20; March, 33:12. The cotton market closed barely steady: January, 32.4S: March. 32.40; July, 33.15; October, 32.95; December, 32.75. New Orleans. July 1. Cotton fu tures opened steady: January, 32.83; March, 32.53; July. 33:62; October, 33.24; December, 32.93. Spot cotton, steady and unchanged. Sales on the spot. 1,633 bales; to ar rive. 400 bales; low middling, 27.75; middling, 33:00; good middling, 34.00; receipts, 4.7S1 bales; stock, 410,797 bales. Liverpool, July 1. Cotton spot, quiet; prices unchanged: good mid dling. 21.24; fully middling, 20.74; middling, 20.14; low middling. 18.39; good ordinary. 16.74; ordinary, 16.21. Xew York, July 1. -The cotton mar ket wag very light before the publi cation of the government report to day. Cables were relatively" easy and the weather map showed clearing con ditions in northern sections of the belt .with the opening here 8 to 35 points lower in consequence. There was only light scattering liquidation, however, and after selling at 33:40 Get Out of I The Rut I An ice cold bottle of II 1 CtWfrCefa XVf V cvet)lc snaP an e6t jlj II A 3, I you need to solve the bus,- ( l E?Y" VV ness problems reaching youx gTV deSkdaily v f "''M Sk Git0 our Soi9T om3 Sailors a BfffC ) W&k SV Job Thai; Deserve it tf flS on the call. October rallied to 3?.70. or 2 points above last night's closing on covering and southern buying. The government report was follow ed by violent fluctuations. There were selling orders around the ring for execution should the condition be 70 or above, which caused a sensa tionally sudden break to 32.85 for Oc tober or 83 points under last night's closing quotations. But while the con dition of 70 per cent had beer dis counted, the indicated crop of 10 986. 000 bales appeared to be a surprise and the market recovered even more rapidly than it broke with October selling at 33.90 or 22 points net higher. Weather Report. ONLY $15,000 MORE NEEDED FOR ROAD (Continued from Page One) (Compiled for the Journal by the Weather Bureau Office.) Pensacola, Fla., July 2, 1919. Sunrise, 5:Ji2, Sunset. 7:34. Moonrise, 10:8 a. m. Moonset, 11:15 p. m. Next phase of the moon, first quar ter, 4th. High tide, 1:43 p. m. Low tide. 12:42 a. m. (3rd.) Yesterday's Weather. Temperature 7 a. tn . 72. - 7 p. m., 80. Highest. 85. Lowest. 72. Mean, 78. Normal, 81. Mean, same date last year, 77. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 3.53. Highest of record for July, 103 de grees. Lowest of record for July, 64 de grees. Rainfall For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., .0. Total for this month to 7 p. m., .0. Normal for July, 7.27 Inches. Accumulated excess this year to date. 15.05. Humidity 8 a. m., 84. 1 p. m., 66. 8 p. m., 75. Barometer 7 a. m., 30.14. 7 p. m., 30.04. the Ninth Judicial circuit of Florida, that the said respondent, H. S. Laird, was not drunk in open court while the cause of the state of Florida vs Will Blackwell and Bob Blackwell was be ing considered in the court over which said judge was presiding, as charged -in the petition herein, and the court being now advised of its opinion ill the premises, It is therefore considered by the court that the said motion of the state's attorney be and the same is hereby granted, and the said proceed ings for disbarment are hereby dis missed. Done and ordered in vacation at De- iFuniak Springs. Fla. this 28th day o June, 1919. A. O. CAMPBELL. Judge- LOOK FOR THE RED BALL TRADE MARK. i Ffreartns Ammunition S shoots Ri6ht ,4 IS CAPT.JACK o Low Com portable Col lar of wide reputation, OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA fjk CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 Itching Rashes 1 Soothed 1 With Cuticura ATI di mgltj. SotpZS, Ointments A M, Tatom S. 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