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i SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1919.
PHONE 1500
The Marketplace if
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dealer or nawaboy. Raad tha
want ad pagaa today.
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to 8:00 p.m.
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rour.t the words In your advertlse
nt ar.d multiply It by the number
of times you desire It printed, and
-i"Mt accordingly.
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rr.Ms "For Sale. "Wanted. etc..
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rer line, 660 per Inch (12 lines make
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riunrs may haro advertisements
K!!I orders should t given In writ-
ir.if. never e?er the telephone
TELEPHONe"SCRVICE.
Tf your nnrne la In the telephone
H-.o't we wi'l accept your ad over
.,. tMephnre, charge It to you at the
-"B-'il.-ir rate, and sand the bill the
vi'nvna morning.
fvir?eois operator. thoroughly
'im'Mnr Tilth mtes. rules an1 elasrt
?v.itfrn will give you complete In
vitation. And If you wish they will
--s!t vou In wording yo"r adyertlse-r.-nt
to make tt mos. effective.
AlverMera should rive their street
rfffflce ad1reM as welj as their
"nni number If they desire results.
evtv reader have a tolenhone and
hpv cnn't communicate with you un
!c: they Vnow vour address.
Phone 1500 between 9 a. m. and S
n m . T-eek days. 9 a, m. to 11 a. m.
-riiys.
Journal Want Ac" Cover Wert
Florida.
PHONE 1500
FOR SALE
SALE By ownr. 20-acre paper-s;--H
pecan grove, fenced chicken
r-:K'-.t. 150 large bearing trees, modern
f-mom bungalow, ten minutes walk to
;- :c car. school ana department
Come see crop on trees. H. O.
'inuKhton. Pensacola, Fla. Box 810.
rvne 1595. 3419
nJ! SALE Second hand sewing ma
chines, all makes. $5.00 up. Guaran
M. Keynalds Music House, Thone
1-17. 1235
In answering advertisements be aura
l" mention The JoumaL
t post proof earbage plants Wakefield.
F!,it Dutch. Sure -head. Ready Oct.
Vth. 500. $1.50; 1.000. $2.60: postpaid.
Fxnresa collect. 1.000, $2.00: 5.000, $1.75:
linnn or over $1.50 per 1.000. Davis
riant Co.. Tlfton, Ga. 3773
Vnn SALE Improved farms at Gonsa
lez. or will exchange for city property.
A S. Edwards. Phone 1520. 3201
FOR SALE New Ford Touring
and Roadster Bodies. Bodies
with top, curtains, windshield,
cushions, floor Doards and mats.
Tourin? bodies $175.00; Road
sters, $125.00.
J. C. WALDEN AUTO SUPPLY
CO., DOTH AN, ALA.
FOR SALE 70 h. p. return tube boiler.
Good condition One 30 h. p. Nagl
engine. Edward Campbell, 233 East Gn-
rtrn street, Pensaco'.a. 3415
FOR SALE HOUSES NUMBERED 109,
11rt AND 112 EAST SCOTT STREET.
IN CJOOO REPAIR. PRICE. EACH $550.
PART DOWN AND BALANCE ON
TIME. APPLY 205 THIESEN BLDG.
3436
FOR PALE By owner. 142 West Zar
rasrossa street, corner store and two
etnry residence on samfvlot facing Bar-
lona street. Call at 200 West Zarragossa
street. 3441
I 'OR SALE Wood stove. Iron bed and
'utrhen table. Phone 2243. 1Z21 rorn
'"'h avenue. 3434
I" R saTjE Fully eoulpped 5-passenger
i IT Trilsre automobile, in first-class
TfHHon. Must sacrifice. Price $1,000
"h for cui-'k sale. Address "Automo
:." care Pensacola Journal. 84S1
rop. SALE One Dodge touring car. 1918
model; one Hup 20. In A-l condition.
: Went Garden street. Phone 494. 3140
FOq SALE Strawberry Plants. Lady
Thomosan variety. 75c per 100. Phone
nr mail your order promptly. S. R.
Thames, 1525 East Jackson street. Phone
"654. - 3458
Top. SALE Five-passenger Hup. Bar
irain for caph; IS North Reus, second
?;artment. Call after 5 p. m., ,,3468
DANCING
TAVCING TATTGHT, at 206 West Greg
cry streeL For luformatlou, phone J78.
YOU SHOULD SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST BEFORE
YOU BUY
Largo two-story dwelling1, four bed rooms, heated with hot air urnai
in basement: best North Hill neighborhood .....17,000.00
Five room cottage away from city taxes. Just across Little Bayou on a
half acre lot $2,650.00
SC5 and 508 East Jordan Four rooms and city "water $900.00 each on
terms. - - " . . "J ,
Pensacola Finance Company
We Always Have Houses For Sale"
THONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent
N. B. We have the cheapest Bntldlne; Lots in town..
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
1 REO B-PASTaTf" GER TOURING.
1 DODGE 5-PASSENGER
1 STUDE BAKER SIX-CYLINDER 7
PASSENGER.
1 OAKLAND 2-PASSENGER," $150.
1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK. $250.
UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY
33 West Garden. 3464
FOR SALE On account of Ml health.
my house and six lota at 2400 West
Cervantes street. Five rooms, electric
lights, city water. Also garage. No in
cumbrance. Price. 32.000. Also house and
three lots at 2214 West Cervantes ftret.
Five rooms, plastered walls, electric
lights, city water. Mrs. ,T. A. Pr,nJJ4'j
FOR SALE Thorougbred White Wyan
dotte eggs. 32 per setting. 11th ave
nue and Moreno atreet. 8,73
for SALE 20-foot motor boat, 6
n owl en sine. A-l condition. Also
l-foot skiff boaL 805 South E streeL
Phone 2258.
wi RSALE-Quality electrical work.
Work that la "Code." and Coda la the
niv work that Is safe. Ifa to your bene
fit to get the best work obatlnable. Let
h Trvnn Co. I give you an estimate,
27 West Government atreet. Phone 660.
3495
vnr rat.tt Mare, wagon and set of
harness. 1010 North "G street.
349S
FOR SALE One Hupmobile, five pas
en per. One olano. Phone 1784.
3510
pnn c atC Tirnlhln(T of a three
room house, with privilege of rent-
c-kT cat tr rrn tnv. 3-burner. 310.
Oil heater. 12. White baby bed and
.- a ; Tr.nst Intendencta street.
OV'.6. .v. 3545
FOR S-2JL.E One Hudson racer, cheap
fbr oulck sale. Can be seen at 2103
Weat Jackson Btreet.
3520
ntn csT" &n iinriht ctano In first
cs T condition. Address 'Box 435. city.
FOR SALE Gas I ,ff "J????
and lawn mower. Phone 1542 and 1145.
HO A 9
FOR SALE Overlandroadater, le$tric
starter and Rights. N"' l?"'
G.hiVrr. S-oaasenger, 175. Flanders,
6-pasaenger, $150. 113 North
Btreet. v
Palafox
3521
FOR SALE Cheap home five lots, four
roomTnouse: bath, porches, chicken lot
eparately fenced: large barn, feed house,
rive bearing paper-shell P"s. scup-
pernongs. plums, otner lru,lB.
surrounding: near ah p yard: for
If taken at once,
Belmont, corner
3544
street.
FOR SALE Two iron Weds and mat
tresses, washstand. two tables. 103
Weat Liberty atreeL oi9
TRANSFER Storage
STORING.
CITV TRANSFER COMPAWY-JHE OLD
RELIABLE. PHONE 40O. BAGGAGE
ANO FURNITURE HAULED, PACKED
AND STORED.
612
REPAIRING
tt ti a niTf rrrvMTTTE SAW DENTIST.
Sa.w Teeth' Properly Treated: also
Grinding Knives. Shears, etc. Hand
Kawa. 25C. ZZ3 E.. IBlfnocnu. '
Cut Saws Gummed.
2805
k'nd. Automobile cusmora maae w
Lritnun . - . . - . . . i n ,
Phone 181L
Repairs and rermtsninn,
Sewing Machines strtn '"iV.w'ea'leV
riMi. Phone 251. J. H. Blaiceaiey,
18 east Garden street.
MORTGAGEJLO
I riHMc nia DPil ESTATE.
Wa l.nil ..1 Ra1 EstaO In th
city on short notice. Please atata In
application if you have an Abstract or
Tilla to the property.
Call and see us.
THE WATSON AGENCY, Inc.,
7 South Palafox St.
LONG TERM LOANS on Improved farms,
Fvimbli A and Santa Rosa counties.
Florida: Baldwin and Monroe counties.
Alabama. inH Panaacola nroDerty, A. C
BINKLEY, Attorney, 713 Blount Bldg.;
Pensacola, Fla.
PERSONAL
vrvFPViT, DISEASES treated free at
state government clinic, room 207, city
hall. Pensacola. If you are Infected come
and get treatment. If you are not. come
and find out. If you can afford to pay
for treatment, the government demands
.k . m to vour physician at once.
Avoid advertising specialists. They only
wHTit vour money, nuuim -.m.i,
MO to M a. m. For men, 6:15 to 7:15
p. m. 7
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms, will rent one. or two separately.
All for light housekeeping. 323 East
Romana. Phone 158. 3413
THE READERS of tha clasalfled ads
Constitute a amall rmv t tall
them about that used car or other useful
ru?ie you nave for sale.
FOR RENT T.lght houaekecping apart-
rami, sis south ralafox. Phone 680.
3109
FOR RENT Furnished rooma. 1120 N.
Palafox. Phone 167. 3128
FOR RENT Furnished room. 318 East
oregory, J -hone i486. 3412
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooma
and one furnished room, for gentle
men. 615 North 8th avenue.
FOR RENT Two down-atalrn rooms.
furnished or unfurnlnhMt SftS a mnnth
1619 North 14th aveaue. 3430
FOR RENT Bachelor apartments, or
suitable for amall family A-l modem
conveniences. Phone 2093. 3450
FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep
ing rooms. 114 West Crcee street.
FOR RENT Large furnished room.
close in: bath, caa and ohone.' Con
venient to Bayshore car line. Mrs. E. E.
Johnson, 214 East Zarragossa. Phona
ZZ01-R.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooma for
housekeeping. Also large room and
kitchenette. Front porch. Apply 424 E.
Str-'fig strtet.
FOR RENT One weli-rurnished room
with private family. Convenient to de
pot churches and town. Apply to 213
Eist Gregory. 3493
pOR RENT Two nice rooms with priv
iee of batK Apply 23 West Cervantes
street. 34S3
FOR RENT Three large furnished or
unfurnished rtcnrs-Jn lovely neighbor
hood. 14 East Gonzalez street. 3492
FOR RENT Light housekeeping root.ts
upstairs, single room down stairs. Ap
ply 221 North Barcelona.
FOR RENT Furnished room
Gonzales street.
16 West
FOR RENT Suite of rooms, moden con
veniences, desirable location. P?:one
1S87. 915 East Gadsden atreet.
FOR RENT Furnished room.
Chase. Phone 2432 after 3
122 West
p. m.
3550
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, to refined couple
without ohildren. 811 North Davis
street. 3546
FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment.
iFumlshed. No children. 1012 North
Alcaniz street. 3543
FOR RENT Furnished apartmenL All
modern conveniences. Corner Cervan
tes and 18th avenues. Phone 199-X.
3524
FOR RENT One furnished room. Ap
ply 110 West Chase street. 3o23
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished
front room, near bath, Electric lights.
hot water at any time: close in. Apply
206 West Gregory street. 3527
FOR RENT Two furnished-light house
keeping rooms; modem conveniences.
903 North Reus. Phone 137. 3s30
HELP- MALE
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR
NAL. . 3176
BOYS EARN MONET selling The Pen-
sacola Journal. dally and sunaay.
Wanted. 100 boys dally and roys
Sundays to make from 50c to $5 a day.
See Circulation Manager any morning S
o'clock.
WANTED AT ONCE. EXPERIENCED
STENOGRAPHER OF EITHER SEX,
ONE FAMILIAR WITH LUMBER COR
H ESPON DENCE PREFERRED, BY
Lumber company located in
NORTHWEST FLORIDA. ADDRESS
STENOGRAPHER -10, CARE " JOURNAL.
WANTED Delivery hoy. We furnish
the wheel Pay S3 per week. Must be
capable and ouick. Apply Bpring Gar
den Market. Phone 234. , ittM
WANTED Meat cutter wanted, and to
manage market for November 1
Waiei, $30. Onlv those competent need
anoly. No. 15 Central, care Journal.
3430
HELP FEMALE
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of
tha Pan-American College. Rooms 27 to
389 Brent Bldg. No cnarge. Positions
waiting. 4841
WANTED Woman with business ex
perience, who wants to establish busi
ness of her own. Must be honest, reliable
and willing to work steadily. Telephone
1029, or call 204 Blount building. 346
WANTED Experienced cook and house
girl. Apply 209 west XJesoio atreei.
WANTED Cook, butler and housemaid.
Apply Mrs. John A. Merritt. 619 North
Bavlen street. 3490
WANTED GOOD COLORED WOMAN
CLEANER; INSIDE WORK. STEADY
JOB AT GOOD WAGES. APPLY .MISS
CONNOR. HOUSEKEEPER, SAN CAR
LOS HOTEL.. 3506
WANTED Girl or woman for morning
- housework. Apply 206 West Gregory
street. . . 3o08
WANTED A good nurse. Apply Mra
Jim Leonard. 608 East Moreno street.
- 3303
nr a xTTTrn A ' eood cook. Apply morn
, in'O North Reus street. 3497
nuvrm Reliable, settled white wo
man, with no responsibilities, to do
housework." Can arrange ror staying on
place. 16 West.Gonaales streeL.
r . v-ffTT- rvok Annlv 904 North Bar
ceiona. street. Can furnish room if de-
sirea.
vtr-v-rrn x reliable woman or girl
white or colored, to stay with family
Of four. APPiy aio -
"There's
yportumtg
. Bill,' "iAisa--
That Was Grabbed Quick"
KYou,' who have a little money to
invest and want to make it earn all
you can. would do well to read the
ads under BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES in
this paper. You will find opportunities to invest
your money in nearly every line of business
under the sun.
' We make it our business to eliminate from
'this classification any offerings of an objec-
tional or misleading nature. This minimizes
the chances of all fake and fraudulent advertising getting
into this column. When you see an ad you can count on .
it being from a reliable broker or owner. Usually the
owner have well established businesses and havr ex
cellent reasons for selling. These offers are "grabbed
quick, so youH have to act quick when you read them.
Read the Want Ads in
THE DAILY JOURNAL
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Silver rosary. Initials so..
W." on cross. Reward. Phone
3539
LOST Cuff button. Initials 'F. B.
Phone 106. 10 west uaraen eireei..
3259
WANTED
WANTED Tour Job printing and orners
for engraving or all kinds: caning
cards, wedding invitations, etc. MAYES
PKINTING CO.. ZO-Z3 west tiovernmem
streeL 610
WANTED AH, kinds of phonograph
work, no matter what the make, caliea
for and delivered If deflred. The Piano
Shop. Phona 79L 18-20 E. Garden St.
The Housekeepers' Burden House, win
dow and carpet cleaning. The pensa
cola Hous and Window Cleaning Co.
can carry the whole load for you. Phone
1013 for information. .Address 196 no.
Palafox St. 3011
WANTED To buy three-chair barber
shop. Address Room 32, New York
Hotel, 609 West Bay Etreet, Jackson
ville. Fla, 3470
WANTED To rent, fumlsed or unfur
nished house. Unfurnished house on
North Hill preferred. Address B-20, core
Journal. 8491
WANTED FOUR-FOOT PINE WOOD
CUT FROM DEAD TIMBER. WRITE
TO US FOR PRICES AND QUANTITY.
STEARNS LUMBER A EXPORT CO.,
BY C. H. WALKER, MANAGER RE
TAIL YARD. 3471
r . ; .
WANTED Light housekeeping apart
ment or small furnished house. Box
99, care Journal. 8503
WANTED Room and board In private
family by refined young couple. Ad
dress Box 100, care Journal. 3502
WANTED COMBINATION STATION
ERY AND LEGAL BLANK FILING
CABINET. H. J. MACKEY, ATTOR.
NEY, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
.WjVNTED Four good contract logging
teams, either mules or oxen; must fur
nish sawyers and drivers; good scale.
A-No.l. Address the Kanfla Lumber
Company, Holt, Fla. 3519
, LEGAL . NOTICES .
A'ter Saturday, Oct.E"l8, the Barkdull
Land Company will occupy their new
quarters at 30 East Garden, 2nd door
west of Pensacola Electric Company.
. 3386
In Escambia County Circuit Court, State
of Florida In Chancery.
Agnes Foster Smith, a minor, by her'next
friend C. C. Ball. vs. Jessie J. Smith.
On Monday, the 3rd dnr of November,
A. D. 1919, the defendant, Jessie J.
Smith, is required to appear to the bill
filed against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks in The
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said E3cambia county.
-J AS. MACGIBBON,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By W. L. BELL, D. C.
Pensacola. Fla.. October 3. 1919.
In Escambia County Circuit Court, State
of Florida In Chancery.
Jrhn V. Scheurman vs. Alice Scheurman
On Monday, the 3rd day of November.
A. D. 1919. the defendant, Alice Scheur
man. Is required to appear to the bill
filed against her herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks in The
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia county.
JAS. MACGIBBON.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By W. L. BELL, D. C.
Pensacola. Fla.. October 3, 1919.
The Journal is read by more
people than any other paper in
West Florida. Put your Wanta
in the paper that brings results.
LODGE NOTICE
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. C. V,
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. ' O. O. F-
Ralford Hall, corner Baylen and Bel
mont atreets. Visitors cordially invited.
. a. b.tiTT. con.
Carpenters iiX Joiners Local 816 meets
every xnurwiay nignt at w. o. w.
Kooiana and Baylen streets, at p. m.
H. PAULSEN. Pres.
W. H. TJIN'GPOBO. Becy.
BROTHERHOOD OP
r.AILWAV CLERKS
Pensaeola Lodge 311.
Regulat iiieetlgs first and third Fri
day each month. K. of . hall.
J. N. Smth. Wrn. P. Daiis.
Receding Secretary- Pretldent
T307
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Penwico!a Council No. 36. Junior Order
United American Mechanics, meata sec
ond and fourth Fridays. 8 o. m.. at K.
J. D. MILLER, N. i.
S. NICOLA N, Ree. Secy.
Modern Order of Praetorians.
Pensacola. Council. No. 10GS. meets
every second and fourth Monday at 8
p. m. In W. O. W. jiall, corner Romana
and Baylen streets. All Pr: -torlans are
cordially invited.
M. E. MOREY. S. A
C. E. SMITH. Rec.
LODGE NOTICE.
Pensacola Trades and Labor Council
meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m..
at 12 Wet Zarragossa street.
H. S. KIELeT, President.
R. D. LaMONT. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE. No. 13. K. of P.
Damon Lodge. No. 13. Knights of
Pythias, meets in regular session every
Tuesday at Castl Hall on East Inten-
aencia street at s p. m. visitors wei
come.
W. C. CAMPBELL. C. C.
B. V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S.
Machinist Helpers Lodge.
Machinists Helpers' Lodge, No. 901,
meets every Wednesday night in Boil
ermakers' hall, on corner of Palafox and
Romana streets.
I. V. BT7RTT. Prenldent.
C. U. WOODHAM. Rec. Se?.
NOTICE
Special ' meeting of Painters
Union Number 737 Saturday,
Oct. 25, at 7:30 p. m. Business
of importance. .
A. O. DeWEESE,
Recording Secretary.
FENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3. K. OF P.
Regular meeting of the Lodge every
Monday, 7:30 p. m., at their hall on East
Intendencia street.
R. C. MADSEN. C. C.
C. F. STEWART, K. of R. & S. V
SPECIAL MEETING, LOCAL J. I A.,
,. , NO. 342.
Local J. L A., No. 342,wiH meet at
9:30 a. m.. Sunday. October 26. All mem
bers are reouested to rttend.
W. A. SHACKLE FORD. -G.
W. EONIFAY. President
Secretary.
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I NAVAL STORES
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PENSACOLA MARKET
Pensacola, Oct. 24. Trading on the
open market discontinued.
Receipts, Castas.
Last
Tear
311
21,207
Today 125
This season 25,907
Shipment's. Casks.
Today 626
This season 57,059 25,573
Stocks, Casks.
Today 3,588 37.473
April 1 34,740 4L839
Trading on open rosin market dis-
.1 3 1
cuiiuuueu. t
, Receipts, Barrels.
f
Last
Year
1.106
65,977
875
94,100
45,227
73.350
Todfl.y 465
iTKls season 89,925
anipments, ttarreis.
Today 825
This season 8,471
Stocks, Barrala.
Today V. .v...' 67.285
April 1 49,831
SAVANNAH MARKET
Savannah, Oct. 24. The spirit mar
ket was quiet at 1.541.54 1-4, with
no sales.
Receipts, Casks.
Last
Year
Today 41 52
This season 38,961 ' 33,320
Shipments, Casks
Today 238 135
This season 71,935 27,783
Stocks, Casks.
Today 9,096 30,070
April 1 18,850 24,293
The rosin market was firm with
sales of 525 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last
t Year
Today 203 696
This season 116,909 122,697
Shipments, Barrels.
Today 995 995
This season 148,586 133,065
Stocks, Barrels.
Today 34,069 65,895
April 1 62,547 96,263
Quotations were as follows:
WW -..i..... 22.10
WG 21.40
N 19.80 g20.65
M 19.82
K ...18.90
I 18.47
II 17.04
G 16.82
F. E 16.57
D 16.50
B ..i 16.25
JACKSONVILLE MARKET
Jacksonville, 'Oct. 24. The spirit
market was steady at 1.501.50.with
sales of 200 casks.
Receipts, Casks.
Last
Year
173
54,739
Today 424
This season 62,432
Shipments, Casks.
Today 163 100
This season 89,565 53,757
Stocks, Casks.
Today 13,565 68,201
April 1 41,649 67.219
The rosin market was steady with
sales of 543 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last
Year
'827
177,530
100
228,104
127,668
110,236
..22.00
..21.25
Today 1,472
This season 200,591
Shipments, Barrels.
Today 128
This season 232,429
Stocks, Barrels.
Today 88,725
April 1 120.652
Quotations were as follows:
WW
wg :
X 20.50
M
K
I
H
G
D
B
..19.75
,.18.90
..18.40
,.17.00
..16.90
..16.75
..16.40
..16.25
E
Xew York, Oct. 24. Cotton futures
opened barely steady. Oct. 35.60, Dec.
35.65, Jan. 35.05, March 34.60, May
34.45.
Cotton closed steady, closing bid,
October ' blank, December "35.70, Janu
ary 35.15, March 34.65, May 34.29.
New Orleans, Oct. 24. Cotton open
ed steady. Oct. 36.59, Dec. 35.80, Jan.
35.15, March 34.53, May 34.10.
Liverpool, OcL 24. Spot cotton in
good demand, prices lower. Good
middling 24.08; fully middling 3.48,
middling 22.68, low middling 20.83,
good ordinary 18.88, , ordinary 17.88.
Sales, 10,000 bales, ' Including 7,600
American.
Receipts,- 6,000 bales no American.
Futures closed Irregular. October
23.30, November 23.05, December 22.82,
January 22.41, March 21.78, May 21.36,
July 20.94.
New York, OcL 24. Yesterday's
sharp break was followed by rallies
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WEATHER REPORT
(Compiled for the Journal by the
Weather Bureau Office).
Pensacola, Fla., OcL 25, 1919.
Sunrise 6:68. Sunset 6:08.
Moonrise 8:31 a. m. Moonset 7:19
p. m.
Kext phase of the moon, first quar
ter, 31st.
High tide, 12:07 a. m. (26th.) Low
tide, 9:33 a. m
Yesterday's Weather.
TEMPERATURE 8 a. m.' 1 p. m. 8 p. m. ,
Dry blub , 78 79 78
Wet bulb 75 75 75
Highest 82. Lowest 69.
Mean 76. Normal 66.
Mean same date last year, 76.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
date, 264.
Highest- of record for October, 95
degrees.
Lowest of record for October, 35
degrees.
RAINFALL
For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0.06.
Total for this month to 7 p. m., 5.71.
Normal for October, 4.08 Inches.
Accumulated excess this year to
date, 23.91 inches.
HUMIDITY
8 a. m., 87. 1 p. m., 82. 8 p. m., 86.
BAROMETER
7 a. m., 30.04. 7 p. m., 30.04.
today. The opening was steady at
an advance of 5 to 35 points with De
cember selling at 35.70 and January
at 35.05, or about 25 to 35 points net
higher. There was further Southern
selling and realizing, however and
the market was more or less nervous
and unsettled with prices showing re
actions of several f points from the
besL
October shorts ran the price up to
37.25 In the morning In an. effort io
cover, or 200 points above last night's
close and a new high record for the
season. The advance was checked at
this level by the fluctuation rule and
trading in October .ended at midday.
Later months sold about 37 to 59 points
net higher on the strength of the spot
situation.
Chicago, Oct. 24. General commis
sion house buying together with light
ness of offerings led to a quick ad
vance today in the corn market. Open
ing prices, which ranged from c to
l-8c higher were followed by mod
erate further gains.
Oats were firm with corn.
Renewed strength in the grain and
hog markets steadied provisions.
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS.
Four bales of blankets still remain
to be disposed of at the city hall. All
of them are new stock and will con
tinue to go at $3 each as long as they
last.
In connection with the clearingof
the steamship Argenia for a South
American port, F. L. Waaser, marine
superintendent of the Brooklyn Steam
ship Co., with H. R. Manson, port
captain, are In the city. The Argenia
Is the last of ten Dougherty type ships
built at Orange, Texas, for the Emer
gency Fleet Corporation.
Friends of Frank Anderson who for
the past several days has been ill at
his home at 204 West Chase street,
will be glad to know that he is re-,
ported as improving.
Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Gulllot, of Lake-
view, i-jast fensacoia, announce tne
birth of a daughter, weight 11 pounds,
on last Wednesday morning:.
NOTICE
The following uncalled for re
plies to Classified Ads are in the
Box at The Journal office. If
not called for within five days
same will be destroyed.
13-15, care Journal.
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X, care Journal.
P. S. P. E., care JournaL
Piano, care Journal.
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