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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MONING, NOVEJVffiEK I, lviv.
CIRCULATION INCREASING Remember, to be sure of your copy of the Sunday Journal. It is necessary that you order the paper regularly from your news dealer or newsboy. Rsad the want ad pages today. PHONE 1500 From 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. The Marketplace of WestFIorida-TheWant Read Daily by 30,000 People Small Cost Big Results v Journal DAILY Ads. Work All WEEKLY The Time ' SUNDAY Ad. Columns of mm Pensacola Journal JOURNAL WANTS ONE CENT A WORD IN , ADVANCE ONE RATE TO ALU Count the -words In tout advertise ment ar.d multiply It by tlie number of times you desire It printed, and remit accordingly. The counting- of word Include the words "For Sale." "Wanted. ato. nd the address. RATES No advertisement iaken for less than ?3 cents. BLACK PACE CAPS. LIKE THIS TYPE. TWO 6ENTS PER WORD. 1 mutter. line duhM. ! white k-race. .classified display: o per line, ceo per men nz unes xnaae in Inch.) Regular advertisers with ledger ac counts ay havo advertisements Jhara-ed. - Kill oicers should te riven in writ ins, ne'er erer the telephone. TELEPHONE SERVICE. Tfvour Mm if in the telephone hck we will accept ymr ad over f b telephone, charge It to yOu at the reeular rate. wnd Bind the bill the .fovinvin morning. Courteous operators. ghnroughrv fimlllar with rates, rules ami classi fication will give you complete in formation. And If you Tsh they will ssslst you In wording ynr evertlse mci to make ft most effective. Advertisers should give their street or postoffice. address as well as their rhone number If they, desire results, few renders have a telephone and they can't communicate with yott un less they Vnow your address. Phone 1500 between 9 a. m. and 8 r-. m.. week days. 9 a. m. to 11 a, m. Sundays. Journal Want Ads Cover West Florida. PHONE 1500 FOR SALE l'OH KALE Dwelling at 624 North "O rtreet ;flve rooms and hall. In Rood repair; outbuildings, city water. On luge, earner lot 100il52V4 feet. A bar gain. Phone 203S. VOTi HALE Wood or coal stove, side board, bedstead and three plate can burner. Arply 1202 Bast Mallory street, rhone 4X8. 8617 FOR SALS Second-hand lumber. Price reasonable. J. Q. Taylor, Kupfrlan Tarlc. Phone 3818. 8619 FMl SALK Second hand MWinf ma Chines, all makes 15.00 up. Quaran-t-d. Reynalds Muslo Bouse, Phone ill?. : 113 J , In answering advertisements be sure to mention The Journal. FFOST rroof cabbage plants Wakefield. Flat Tutch. Sure head. Ready Oct. roth. COO. $1.60; 1.000. $2.50: postpaid. Exr-resa collect. 1.000, $2.00: B.O00. $1.75; 10.000 or over $1.50 'per 1.000. Davis Plant Co.. Tlfton. Ga. $773 1'fiR SALE Improved farms at Gonxa ler. or will exchange for city property. A S. Edwards. Phone 1520. 3201 FOR SALE By owner. 142 West ar ragessa street, corner store and two story residence on ssme lot facing- Bar celona street. Call at 200 West Zarragossa. street. 3441 FOR SALE One Dodge touring; car. 1918 model: one Hup 20. In A-l condition. 25 West Garden street. Phone 494, 3440 FOR SALE en-acre . farm close to town on good hard road, convenient for men workings at ship yard. 10 acres ar-s planted in Bermuda onions and win ter greens. Will sell part cash and bal ance at 6 per cent. Joseph Bauman, R. F. D. No. t, Box 34, Barrancas avenue. - ;. 3SS5 FOR SALE PERFECTLY GOOD NEW HUPMOBILE TOUR1NJ3 CAR. PART PAYMENT DOWN AND BALANCE ON TERMS. APPLY HARRY W. THOMP. SON. COUNTY JAIL BUILDING. 8631 FOR SALE Five-room cottage on two lots. Apply 1404 East Gonxalex street. ,-. - 8651 FOR SALE Milch cow and heifer calf. young' cow and calf seven weeks old, cheap for quick sale. &09 East Garden street. . 8650 FOR SALE" 1919 model five-passenger Maxwell touring car- Five new cas ings. Fpot light and bumper. Cheap for cash. Apply G. H. Hays, 21 North Palafox. 3647 FOR SALE Eight room house and store connected, with stock and fix tures. If Interested call at 6th avenue and 18th street. 3642 FOR SALE Ten-acre form close to for men working at ship yard, One acre is planted In Bermuda onions and wln- FOR SALE Pretty evening dress, -cheap for cash. Positively never been worn. 903 East Gadsden street. FOR SALE Piano. Apply 809 North 7th avenue. FOR SALE One of the best corners in the city for soft drinks, etc. Apnlv corner Railroad and Intendencla, .' 3672 YOU SHOULD SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST BEFORE Y YOUBUY Larcre two-story flwelling, four bed rooms, heated with, hot air furnace In basement; best North Hill neighborhood .,...$7,000.00 Five room cottage away from city taxes, Just across Little Bayou on a half aero lot ....$2.65O.O0F 606 and 508 East Jordan Four rooms and city water $900.00 each on terms. " " '. ' , . 414 East Jackson Five rooms bath ahjd gas terms $1,850.00 Large furnishei Rooming House,, willing; to sub-iet lease and sell fur nishings. - ' v . ' PensacolaFinanceCompany "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent FOR SALE FOR SALE 1 REO 5PASSEPGEB TOURING. 1 DODGE 5 PASSENGER 1 STUDEBAKER SIX-CYLINDER 7 PASSENGER. 1 OAKLAND 2-PASSENOER. $150. 1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK. S25S. UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY 33 West Garden. 3494 FOR SALE 1917 Paige ear In rood con dition, fully equipped. New tires, one spare. Must sell quick. Phone 1521. FOR SALE Tenements, 914 and 91$ West Jackson street. Enquire of own er. 602 North Hayne streeL 851-9 FOR SALE Wood cook stove, three burner gas plate, small kitchen table. 1305 North 15th avenue.. Phone 2247. " ,.. - sx FOR SALE Corner 12th avenue and Scott. 30 lots, 8-room house, garage, outbuildings, bearing pecan trees. Leav ing city; will sell cheap. Terms if de sired. C. E. Freeman. 12th avenue and Scott." Phone 1835. X; FOR SALE A black baby carriage. wicker. In good repair. A baggaln. Phone 1875. . FOR SALE STUDEBAKER S-PASSEN-GER, $165, TERMS; FLANDERS. 5 PASSENGBR. $175, TERMS; OVER LAND. 5-PASSENGER. $350; WITH ELECTRIC STARTER. V 113 NORTH PALAFOX STREET. 11 FOR SALE Bosch magneto four cylin der, high tension: Slmms' four cylin der high tension magneto, $35 a piece. 113 North Ralafox street. 11 LOST AND FOUND LOST Small gold arrow and chain pin with small diamond and Greek let ters. PI Beta PhL Return to Mrs. J. G. Moyer. 200 West Jackson. Reward. 3649 LOST One 30x3 V Gordon Triangle Tread tire, between DeFunlak Springs and Chipley, last Monday. Liberal re ward for return. Wire at my expense. Jack Hall. 105 North Palarox street. Pensacola. 8667 LOST Sum of money Monday: probably on South Palafox. Liberal reward for return to-H. Johnson, 412 West Garden or Journal office. 3671 STRAYED From 23 East Gregory, two days ago. large brown and white spot ted pointer dog. No collar. Answers to name of Frits. Anyone having any In fer mation. please call at 26 East Gregory and receive reward. 30 HELP MALE WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR NAL. 317 BOYS EARN MONET, selling The Pen sacola Journal. dally and Sunday. Wanted. 100 boys dally and 2fl roya bindava to make from 50a to $5 & day. Bee Circulation Manager any morning S o'clock. WANTED An office boy. Room 1B04. American National Bank building. 3581 WANTED By manufacturing concern. young man for office work with knowledge of stenography. Apply In own handwriting. Address K. E. M., care Journal. WANTED F1RST-CLASS COLLECTOR WHO KNOWS CITY. SALARY, $125 PER MONTH TO RIGHT MAN. AD DRESS W. D., CARE JOURNAL. 3656 WANTED Delivery " boy with bicycle. 212 South Palafox. ' WANTED A competent stenographer, Answer in own handwriting. Address P. O. Box 1511. TRANSFER-Storage' BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY, PHUNE 334. HAULING, PACKITG. STORING. CITY TRANSFER COMPANY THE OLD RELIABLE. PHONE 400. BAGGAGE AND FURNITURE HAULED. PACKED AND STORED. . H POSITION WANTED WANTED Place wanted as helper with light house work or housekeeper. Good references. Address P. O. "Box 1424. - . . ,3634 FOB RENT v THE READERS of the classified ads MfiatlK... . . . . .vOTuinw iniiu army oi Duyers xeu them about that used car or other useful artfSle you have for sale. FOR RENT T J gh t housekeeping apart ment 21$ South Palafox. Phone 650. 8109 Flj RENT Two nice rooms' with prlv ! of bath. Apply 23 West Cervantes feet. 3483 FOR RENT Two or three rooms for , Dt .housekeeping, furnished com-U4-1-., WiU rnt on r tw separately. t Roman. Phone 1568. 3580 RRENT - LOWER APARTMENT. NORTHEAST GADSDEN AND PAL. AFOX, $6 PER MONTH. MODERN. P.Pyr FIHER RENTAL AGENCY. PHONE 2051. . 8522 FOR RENT Completely furnished house. Arply H West Belmont street or phone 579. 3602 FOR RENT Nicely furnished front - ,room to two young; women. Phone 2431-W. 3u FOR RENT A large furnished front room. All modern conveniences, with family of two. '227 East Gregory. 3614 FOR RENT Comfortably furnished room, modem conveniences. Apply 240 - West Garden streeL Phone 707. -., ' 3623 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Electric lights and use of phone. Phone .146. 215 South Devlllier. . 8636 FOR RENT Large room, and board for two men; close m. Address X. O.. care Journal. - 3624 FOR RENT Small cottage - completely furnished. 1201 North 2th avenue. Ap ply 1215 East Strong for particulars. 36S3 FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. two blocks from postoffice. 113 East Intendencla streeL 3586 FOR RENT Furnished . rooms for light nousexeeping. Bath, gas and electricltv. Couples without children. Apply 811 North Davis. - - - 3657 FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. adjoining bath.Apply 1420 East Cer vantes, r Phone 2431-W. 3644 FOR RENT Furnished apartment, 900 East Jackson street. 3641 FOR RENT Nice large front room, con necting bath, for one or two gentle men. Ring 2431-W and make appoint ment after 4:30. 3640 FOR RENT Two large rooms, com pletely furnished for light house keeping. 107 East Gregory street. 3658 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished apartments for light housekeeping. Electric lights and use of phone. Apnlv 424 East Strong. 3653 FOR RENT -One furnished room and kitchen "unfurnished, or - two "u refur nished rooms one block from car line: 914 North Davis street. Wm. E. Creamer. . 3663 FOR RENT Furnished room with pri vate .family, close . in. Pnone 316. . 3669 FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with private family, modern con veniences, close in. 206 West Gregory street. 3668 FOR RENT Furnished room in modern bungalow, rultatfle for one or two men from ship yard or navy yard. Col vln bungalow on Barrancas road and Patterson avenue. Phone 2363. 3666 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light - housekeeping; modern improvements. 34 East Chase. 3664 FOR LEASE Commodious and modern residence. No. 601 North 17th avenue. Steam heat, all conveniences, three baths. suitable for three families. Lessee can sujb-lease to desirable tenants, n Lease must be for one year or longer. Apply W. O- MlUlgan, 501 North 17th avenue. FOR RENT Furnished apartment East Hill, overlooking bay. Bargain. Mod ern conveniences. . Phone 1994. FOR RENT Furnished room for one or two gentlemen or for light house keeping. . electric lights, batt, phone. Call 1706. ' - " : i 3 FOR RENT Large furnished room for light housekeeping; private bath, with use of phone. Also, garage In yard for auto or storage purposes. . 19 East Jack son streeL ' 6 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 437 East Gov ernment. - 1 FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Big Bayou. Convenient to air station or shipyard. Electric lights and bath. Phone 824.. . ' , 3677 FOR RENT Lower furnished apartment, cov-fte without children, $35.00. 605 North 12th avenue. 10 ROOMS y. . FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. PRIVATE METER WITH GAS RANGE; YARD. BEACH. HOME-LIKE: , CLEAN AND FINE LOCATION. EARLE HAUCK, 410 SOUJH FLORIDA BLANCA. 10 FOR RENT Sleeping rooms for gentle men, also furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 207 North Reus streeL I6 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping. 214 N. Alcaniz streeL 1 FOIt RENT Large comfortable room for light housekeeping; porch overlooking hay. 414 South Alcanla street. 15 CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain, owners nor con signees of the Spanl-h bark "Suarez No. 2" will be responsible for debts con tracted bv the crew of said vessel. FERNATDO VILLADEMOROS. Carre ras Ferrer, Captain. Consignee. . Sloc3t HELP FEMALE WANTED Good colored cook. Apply Y. W. C. A- 4 East BeimonL 3604 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register with the employment department of the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 189 Brent Bldg. No cnarge. Positions waiting. . 4341 HELP FEMALE WANTED Whito or colored woman to do housework. Apply 43 East Gregory FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You 918 Phones--919 Buy A Used Car Don't harbor the idea that because a car is not brand new it is not a safe investment. Good cars are all the time finding their way to the salesroom floor to be sold as SECOND-HAND! After a car has gone a few hundred miles, it still is at its best, unless it has been I abused the paint is not quite fresh and its sentimental value is less that is all. lYou can buy a second-hand car from dealers and private owners who daily list thei? i i cars in the . Sale Automobile Column. It I I will save you MONEY BIG MONEY! Eventually, you will own and drive an AUTOMOBILE. Why not ! f START OUT NOW, with a good used car and get your new car when you have become a seasoned driver? The 'reading of the "AUTOMOBILE" column of this paper j will tell you where to find the best BARGAINS in this ! city. Read the Want Ads in THE DAILY LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given tht-t the hunt ing season of Escambia county will open on November 20. All persons desiring to hunt must obtain a license from Judge Henry Bellinger before that date. W. H. FIL.IJNOIM, - Came Warden. U.N.S.; MARSHAL'S SALE. By order from the United States Dis trict Court for the Southern District of Florida, I will sell at Key West. Florida, on Thursday, the 6th day of November. 1919, at 12 o'clock noon, !n front of the Postoffice, Key West, Florida. the American schooner Maud H. Dudley, and cargo of lumber as same now lies in the harbor of Key West, Florida. Terms of sale, cash. (Purchaser to pay for bill of sale. , N. H. BO SWELL, U. S. Marshal. By JAMES H. CURTIS, Deputy U. S. Marshal. 30oct5w-1971 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for the erection of one-story frame addition to the Myrtle Grove school will be received at the officer of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, A S. Edwards, court house annex. Pensacola. Fla., vntll 6 p. m. Saturday, November 8. 1919. Plans can be obtained at office of W. f. Willis, architect, 619 Blount building, Pensacola, Florida. Cash or certified check for $50.00 made payable to the Board of Public Instruc tion for the county of Escambia. state of Florida, must accombany each bid. Checks will be returnea, except that, of successful bidder, which will be held until such bidder has satisfactorily exe cuted the contracts and bond required by the board. ? p In the event of the successful bidder falling or refusing within ten days after notice of the acceptance of his bid. to execute the contract or the bond, with sureties thereon , satisfactory to and In the form required by the board, eald amount will be forfeited by tht con tractor for the use of the board. The Board of Public instruction re serves the right to reject any anA all bids or parts thereof. , A. S. EDWARDS. Superintendent of Public Instruction for Escambia County, Florida. oct31-novl,2. 19" NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for the erection of a three-story. - fire-proof high school building at Pensacola, Florida, will be received at the office of A. S. Edwards, Superintendent, until 10 a. m. Monday, December 8. 1919. . 'Plans, specifications and full particu lars can be obtained at the office of Walker D. Willis, architect. 619 Blount building. Pensacola, Fla. A deposit of $15.00 for each se of plans. is required, which will be refunded upon return of plans and specifications in good con dition. - - Cash or certified "check on some Pen sacola bank for 14 per cent . of the amount of bid must accompany each bid. Check to be made payable to the Board of Public Instruction for the County of Escambia. State of Florida. Checks will be returned, except" that of the successful bidder, which will be held until such bidder has satisfactorily ex ecuted the contracts ana bond required by the board. In the event of the successful bidder failing or reTusig within ten daTs after notice of the acceptance of his bid. to execute the contract or the bond, with sureties thereon satisfactory to and in the form required by the board, said amount will be forfeited hv con tractor for the use of the board. The Board of Public Instruction re serves the right to reject any and all bids or parts thereof. A. S. EDWARDS. Superintendent of Punlic Instruction for Escambia County. Florida. otV31,novJ,S,9.16,23,30dec7 3S73 or even a few thousand JOURNAL DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at 208 ?est Ore ory street. For information, phone J78. LODGE NOTICE PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. C. C. F. Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O. F Ralford Hall, corner Baylen and Bi mont streets. Visitors cordially lirvlted. 8. A. bRITT. con. BROTHERHOOD OF riAILWAV CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri. day eah month. K. of hall. J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Dart. Recording Secretary- President 7S07 JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensacola. Council No. 85. Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays, ft p. m., at K. J. D. MILLER, N. O. S. NTCOLAN. Ree. Secy. Modern Order of Praetorians. Pensacola Council. No. 1063. mt every second and fourth Monday at s p. rn. in W. O. W. hall, corner Romana and Baylen streets. All Prr uorians are cordially invited. - M. E. MORET, S. A. C. E. SMITH. Rec LODGE NOTICE. Pensacola Trades " and Labor Council meets every Wednesday fit 7:30 p. m a; 12 'West Zarm trossa street. H. S. KIELET. President. R. D. LaMONT. Secretary. DAMON LODGE. No. 13, K. of P. Damon Lodee, No. 13, Knights of Pythias, meets In regular session every Tuesday at Castle H.M1 on East Inten dencla street at 8 p. m. Visitors wel come. W. C. CAMPBELL, C. C B. V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S. Machinist Helper Lodge. Machinists Heloers' Lodge. No. 901, meets every Wednesday night In Boil ermakers hall, on corner of Palafox and Romana streets. I. P. BURTT. President. C TT. WOODHAM. Ree. Se-?. FENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3. K. OF P. Regular meeting of ihe Lodge every Monday, 7:30 p. m., ,at their hall on East Intendencla street. R.-C. MADSEN, C. C C. F. STEWART. K. of R. & S. REPAIRING DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTI3T. Saw Teeth Properly Treated: also Grinding Knives, Shears, e:c. Hand Faws, 2Sc. 223 E. Intendencla SL Cnws Cut Saws Gummed. 2805 REPAIRING B. H. Falrchild. 1018 E. LaRua St. Upholstering. The right k'nd. Automobile cushions made to last. Repairs ami refinishlng. Phone 1811. Sewing Machines and String Instruments reoalred. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesiey, 16 East Garden street. - MORTGAGE LOAN LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We 'lend money on Real Estae In tha City on short notice. Please state in application if you have an Abstract of Title to, the property. Call and see ua TTXE WATSON AGENCT, Inc. 7 South Palafox St. LONG TERM LOANS on Improved farms, Eacambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida; Baldwin and Monroe counties, Alabama, and Pensacola property. A. C Pensacola, Fla. I WANTED WANTED Tour Job printing and orders for engraving of all kinds; calling weM!ng Invitations, etc. MAYES PKTNTlNa CO.. 20-23 West Government street. $io WANTED All Kinds of phonograph Work, no mnttA K n . rA Tor and delivered If desired. The Piano I Shop. Phone 791, 28-20 K. Garden St. The Housekeepers Burden House, wln . wnd cTet cleaning. The Pensa cola Hou and Window Cleaning Co. ?2n,carry tne whole load for you. Phone 1013 fjr information. .Address 196 No. Palafox St. soXl WANTED To rent four or five e. nlshed rooms for lteht hou. ring. Address P.. O. Box 633. City. 3637 WANTED Room and board In nrlvate home by husband nd wife and Iitue daughter. Phone 38 after 6 p. m. ANTED Household goods for four rooms; also good oil cook stove and wood heating stove. Articles must be good as new and a bargain. W1U be in Pensacola about November b. Write II. K. Meyer. Marv Esther, Fla. S651 WANTED To exchange e!ht acres of land near Ferry Pass for good Jersey Holstelns. milch cows with voung calves. Also for sale pure bred Duroo Jersey boar. G. W. Green. laurel lli'l. Fla. S553 WANTED Three-burner gas Mate. 1 North Coyle streeL NAVAL STORES f zzzzz ' PENSACOLA MARKET Pensacola, Oct. 31. Trading' on the open market has been discontinued. Receipts, Casks. Last Tear Today 21 50 This season 26.757 21.699 Shipments, Casks. Today 128 This season 57.49S 25,866 Stocks, Casks. Today 3,999 37.872 April 1, 34,740 41,839 Receipts, Barrels. Last Year Today 45 166 This season 93,437 68,229 Shipments, Barrels. Today 200 374 This season 85,190 96,784 Stocks, Barrels. Today 58,078 44,795 April 1 219,837 75.350 SAVANNAH MARKET Savannah, Oct. 31- The spirit mar ket was firm at 152 with sales of 135 casks. Receipts, Casks. Last Year Today 226 179 This season 40.12! 34,193 Shipments, Casks. Today 9 12 This season 75,047 28,336 Stocks, Casks. Today 9.119 30,3?0 April 1 18.850 24,273 -The rosin market was Quiet with no sales. Receipts, Barrels. Last Year Today S62 975 This season 121.260 126.732 Shipments, Barrels. Today 409 v 20 This season 157,999 154,539 Stocks, Barrels. Today 35.007 68.906 April 1 62.347 96,263 Quotations were as follows: WW. ,22.25 WG. 21.00 N 1 20.25 M. 1975 K. 1900 f 18.25 li. 1560 G l-0 G. F. E. D. B. 16.00 JACKSONVILLE MARKET Jacksonville, OcL 31. The spirit market was firm at 151 with sales of 151 casks.. Receipts,, Casks. Last Year Today .....v..... 428 194 This season" 64,681 56,159 Shipments, Casks. ' Today 718 372 This season 92,054 5o,112 Stocks, Casks. Today 14,271 58.266 April 1 41.644 57.219 The rosin market was firm with sales of 966 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Last ' Year Today 1.123 769 This season 203.068 182.784 Shipments, Barrels. Today 200 648 This season 235.574 230,678 Stocks,. Barrels. Today 93.146 130.342 April 1 120.652 110,236 Quotations were as follows: WW. 22.75 WG 21.75 N. 20.75 M. 20.00 This Means You. - When you get up with a bad taste In your mouth, a tired, dull feeling, no relish , for food and are constipated, you may : know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Tablets. They not only cause an agreeable movement of the bowels, but cleanse and Invigor ate the stomach and Improve the di gestion. Adv. Local Weather Calendar (Compiled for The Journal by tha Weather Bureau Office) Pensacola Fla,, Nov. 1, 1919. Sunrise 6:03 Sunset 5:02 Moonrise 12:45 p.m. Moonset 12:20 a.m. High tide 4:43 a.m. Low tide 2:25 p.m. Next phase of the moon, full moon, Nov. 7th. Yesterday's Weather TEMPERATURE r 7a.m. Noon 7p.m. Dry, bulb 74 EO 78 Wet bulb 73 75 74 Highest 82. lowest 74: mean 78; normal 4; mean same date last year 62. Accumulated deficiency this year to dat 179. J Highest of record for November, 81 degrees. Lowest of record for November, SS degrees. RAINFALL For 24 hour ending1 T p. m.. . Total for October to 7 p. m. S.T3. Normal for October 4o. Accumulated excels this year t U&? 2S S3. IIUMIDITT: 7 a. 99: IS noon. 7t: T r. m. Si. BAROMETER: 7 a. m 3013; 7 pm, 2503 MARKET REPORTS New York. Oct. 31. Cotton future opened steady: December 36.75 January as.53 March 35.20 May 34.6s July ana Cotton closed very steady. Closing bid: December '36.63 January 35.92 March 35.25 May 34.90 July '34.30 New Orleans, Oct. 31.-rCottoa fu tures opened steady: December 36.90 January 35.92 March 35.11 May 34.64 July ";V,.....Ti ....... 31.20 ' New York,- Oct. 3L The cotton market recovered ,- yesterday's losses during today's early trading. There was no confirmation of yesterday's late rumors that the coal strike had been called off but there appeared to be quite a general conviction that any disturbance would be of short dura tion. The strike news consequently Mid not prevent buying on the threat of a cold wave in the southwest, firm Liverpool cables and bullish spot nwes. July was 8 points lower at the opening but other months were .4 to 39 points higher an sold about 35 to 45 points above last night's closing figures during the early trading with January touching 36.20 or a new high record. ' The early advance was checked by a renewal f December liquidation, and the market broke sharply right after the publisbcatlon of the govern ment report making the condition of the crop 51.1. This evidently showed less deterioration than expected, but trade interests were goodbuyers on the streeL Chicago, Oct. 31. Highest prices of any i yet in the last six weeks were reached today In the corn markeu Opening prices, which, ranged from the same as yesterday's 'finish to 3-4e higher were followed by something of a setback from initial top figures. Oats were slightly firmer with corn. Provisions reflected the upward tilt of cereals. Series No. 9, Ordinance No. 13. AN ORDINANCE To Be Entitled: An Ordinance tt Amend the Ordinance Passed Septem ber 26. 1919, imposing Certain Licensa Taxes and to Provide for tha Co.iec tion Thereof. Be It Ordained by the Board of Com missioners of the City of Pensacoia: Section 1. That the Ordinance passed September 26. 1919. Imposing certain license taxes and providing for the col lection thereof, be and the same is hereby amended, as follows: All the provisions of the aforesaid Ordinance providing for the regula tion of automobiles and motor vehicles ami the payment of the registration, fee and also the provisions thereof providing for the inspection of such vehicles and th issuance of certificates of inspection and the payment of the fee to cover such inspection, be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 2. That sH Ordinance shall be further amended by Imposing ltcme taxes as follows: Ice dealers at retail shall each pay per year 325.00. Ice factories and wholesale dealers shall each pay per year 1100.00. Telegraph corcpanles shall pay per year S200.OO. Physicians and surgeons, lncludinr vet erinarians, osteopaths and chiropractors, shall each pay per year 125.00. Persons, firms and corporations sell ing soft drinks at wholesale, except licensed merchants not aeiiing cereal beverages and beverages containing alcohol, narcotic or other stimulants, the sum of 1150.00. Section 3. AH Ordinances and parts of Ordinance -i conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 4. That this Ordinance shall take effect as of October 1st. 1319. and immediately after its passage shall be published three (3 consecutive times In The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper published in the City of Pensacola. Passed October 81st. I9n. Attest: L. E. HEIVBERO. City Clerk.