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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
HIPPING
t
COTTON
MARKET
NAVAL
STORES
1
V:
noii' or
W ENSACOIA
...
Local Weather Calendar
Vessels in Port.
- Deetroyere. .
' Caldwell, Calhoun. Stevens, McKee,
ftoblnson. Rinrgold, Harding. Mere
Ilth. Bush. Hope'L Thomas, . Abbott
Southard, Belknap. McCook
Bagley, Blanely, Barney.
- Supply Ships.
XT. S S. Dixie, stream.
U. S. S. Leonidas. i
XT. S. S. Lebanon.
.". Steamers. :
The American steamer Argenta, GVP.
?& N. dock (bunkering). ; .
The Italian steamer Rovigno, G. P. &
M. dock (bunkering) '
The Cuban steamer Olivant, Tarra
fronna wharf. (Discharging cargo).
The shipping board steamer Escam
bia, Tarragona wharf, (loading).
The American steamer Argenta, G, B".
8t A. dock (bunkering).
8chooners.
The American schooner - Irma, : Tar
fragona wharf. . :J.. " '
- - . Barks.
The Spanish bark- Saurezr Np. 2,
'ktream (loading). p . , 1
. Barges. - ' '" : ;
The Aiken barge Consul, stream. '.
The Aiken barge Gwrge T. XiOcke,
Barges, Aiken batge B.in-Ho, Ial
fcfox wharf.
American barge Iberia. stream
(loading). ,
American barge. Smith-Terror
fetream (loading).
Aiken barge. Jackson, stream (load
tag).- - -
Alker barge Ario, stream.
The American barge Madison,
fetream. - . :
The American barge Ethel ' Clarke,
stream.
V ' Tug. -' ' v. .
Aiken tug Hjmpsoi. Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug ilea King; Palafox
wharf. - -r-.-.
Tugt. Aiken tug iieroy, , Palafox
wharf. '
The American tug. Bathalum, Tar
tirona wharL
The Aiken tug Dixie, Palafox wharf.
' The Aiken tug Nellie. Palafox
'Vhaxf. ,-...'..,
Smacks.
The following smacks are at Saun
ters wharf: Maud F. Silva, 4 Francis
B. Silvia. Clara M. Littlef ield, Louise
F. Harper, Seaconnet. Sheffeyld. Eesco,
Ida S. Brooks, Yakima. Emella Enos,
Fish Hawk, Virginia.
The following smacks are at the
Warren wharf: Algonla, Clara O. Sil
va, Seminole, Culebra. Emma Jane,
Galatea, Hope, Mary B. Greer, Mln
ola, Osceola. Gila : Stearns, William
Hays Kena A. Percy, "Washakie, Henry
, V. "Williams. Barcelona.
VESSELS EXPECTED.
Schooners.
The American schooner Mary Mon
sor. Groenrr from West Africa.
Norwegian motor schooner Funis-
trar. tc T. O. Fillette & Co.
. ARRIVALS.
The British schooner Leo La Blanc,
ifrom Havana. '
.' PASSED SAND KEY.
. , Sand Key, Nov. 6. Passed west, 5th
ilMawrd L. Doheny, Sharon, Charles M.
Everest, Lake . Ormoo; 6th, Radio,
I Leine. (Fr). Qulnneseco, Lake Tra-
verse. J. : Vandyke.- '
(Compiled for . the Journal by the
"Weather Bureau Office.)
Pensacola, Fla-, Nov. 7, 1919.
Sunrise, 6:08. Sunset, 4:58.
Moonrise, 4:50 p. m. Moonset, 5:40
a. m. - ' r
Next phase of the moon, full moon,
7th. ' - '.-v-:- '. . -
High tide, 9:25 p. m. Low tide, 7:09
a. m. . . ., ;. .' i
Yesterday's Weather.
Temperature 7 a. m. 12 noon 7 p. m.
Dry bulb ' 64 75 75
Wet bulb 62 68 70
Higest, 76. Lowest, 63.
Mean, 70. Normal, 62.
Mean same date last year, 64.
, Accumulated deficiency this year to
date.,143.
Highest of record for November, si
degrees.
Iiowest of record for November, : 25
deirrees. . .
Raiinfall ' ' ' ' ),
For 24 hours ending 7,p. m, .0.
I Total for this month to 7 p. m.. 0.81.
Normal for November, S.7 4 inches.
'v Accumulated excess this year to
date, 25.20 Inches.
Humidity "
" 7 a. m., 88. .12 noon, 70. 7 p. m., 77,
Barometer v :
, 7 a. m., 30.01. 7 p. m., 29.99.
The ; Thermometer.
Highest temperature' yesterday at: :
Atlanta ......................... .68
Birmingham : .'.76
Boston ... ... .................... .42
Brownsville ....... ....;. ...."".;. ..88
Buffalo ............. ..... ....... .40
Charleston A.....-....,..,......'.. ..70
Chicago ...........................50
- Corpus , Christl ............. ... . . 82
Denver .46
Des Moines ".. 46
. Dodge Clty'i;........... 50
Fort "Worth ..................... .74
Galveston . . .'. . .... . -............ 82
Hatteras ........56
Havre- V. . ... 24
Helena ........... ".. 38
Huron , .32
Jacksonville .................... i .76
Kansas City .....................46
Memphis 70
Miami .80
Mobile .....80
Montgomery 76
New Orleans . . ................. .80
New York .48
North Platte .......... .4.. ...... 4 0
Oklahoma 56
Palestine ..80
Pensacola 76
Phoenix ..........80
Pittsburgh 50
Raleigh ..........60
San Antonio ..84
San Francisco ......60
St. Louis .50
' Salt Lake City ... .. ....... .. . . 56
! Sheridan ......... . . ... ...... ,...40
Shreveport ..........78
Tampa .......................... .80
Toledo 48
Vicksburg ...78
"Washington 54
Williston 16
"Winnemucca 54
Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
FINE COFFEES
107-11 East Intendenela 8tret
FENSACOLA. FLA.
MARKET REPORTS
New York, (Nov. 6. Cotton futures
opened weak. December, 37.50; Jan
uary, 36.60; March, 36.40; May, 36.75;
July, 35.26. '
New York, Nov. 6. jCotton , closed
steady. Closin gbid, December. 37.75
January, 36.97; IMarch, 36.34; May,
35.75; July, 35.28.
New Orleans, Nov. 6. Cotton futures
opened weak. December, 37.60; Jan
uary, 36.59; March, 33.60r May, 34.906
July, 34.72.
New . Orleans, Nov. 6. A wave of
liquidation struck the cotton market
on the opening today, prices droppoing
under it to the extent of 101 to 160
points In a few minutes . of trding.
A very k poor Liverpool and private
estimates on ginning of rather larger
figures than expected stimulated, the
selling. As the market dropped it met
new buying of consequence and at the
end of the first half hour. of trading
reacted .50 to 90 points from the lowest
The tone held fairly steady after ths
first flurry of trading was over, but
only partial recoveries from the initial
decline were made. Toward noon prices
were 50 to 80 points under the close
of yesterday.
Somewhat lower quotations at in
terior spot points Increased offerings
of contracts and at ,1 o'clock prices
were a.i nei declines oi ou to a
, points. - "
A sharp break in the Liverpool mar
ket with the advance in the British
discount rate, an unsettled tone in the
stock market, high call money and
less . bullish private crop figures, led
to heavy general selling. First prices
were 67 to 70-points lower on the more
active positions, and 125 points on
September, : with January selling at
36.52 . and " March at 36.18 during the
first few minutes. Wall street and
a - a
H LOCAL MARKETS. 8
New York, Nov. 6. The cotton mar
ket lost almos til of yesterday's big
gains at " the opening this morning.
Rub the chest vigorous
ly with Ycl-O -Pine
Croup and Pneumonia
Salve, then saturate a
piece of flannel with
the Salve. Warm it be
fore the fire and press
it firmly over the chest
and throat.
Take a cknak el the salve ataat
. the size ef a pea and spread it
iaside the throat. II the case is
obstinate melt a hit in a spoon and
breathe it fhremgb the Boat and
nose. The aext anorniaf the bead,
throat and lugs will be cleared
and the soreness ont. Ask year
dealer for Yd-O-Piae Salv.
Co.,
. Montgomery, AlS.
Cmatml mrm mold 9-rcry-wjro
in t dan tifiolly aeae
jMcJtagea of 20 cigarettes or
' tnpcJca4m9(200cigreitm)
in &Lmsin9-ppr-covercd
crton. We trortgly recom
tnmnd thim osrfon i ihm
home or office supply or
wAen jrott frnve.
ft. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
' Winaton-SaJem, N. C
18 cents
a package
CAMELS are in a class by themselves easily the
most refreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove that ! Simply compare
Camels puff-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price 1 Put quality, flavor and cigarette satis
faction to the utmost test!
Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how
liberally you smoke them ! " The expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so full
bodied, yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment 1
Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any
unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are
enjoyable. . '
In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so
many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons,
premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality!
- r
mm
Wholesale.
The quotations of the local whole
sale markets remained firm yesterday,
Produce.
Apples, per bbl., $9.75 and $10.25
Apples, per box
Bananas, per pound ..........
Butter, per pound
Beans
Navy, per pound
Lima, per pound
Beets, per pound
Celery, per dozen .
Cabbage, per pound
Carrots, per pound
Chickens, per pound
Turkeys, dressed........ ;
Eggs, per dozen, .54 and
Grapes
Tokay
Limes, per 100
Lemons, per box
Onions
Yellow, per pound ..........
Red, per pound
Potatoes
Irish, per pound
Sweet, per bu.
Peaches, per crate, $2.25 and..
Peas, per box
Tomatoes
Luggen
Baltimore . .
Grains and Feed.
Corn, per bu. ...
Oats, per bu. , . .
4.50
. .06
.72
.11
.13
.05
1.50
.04
.07
.45
.49
.59
3.20
.50
7.50
.04
.04
.03
. 1.45
2.75
6.25
4.25
4.50
1.85
.92
heavy trade interests were heavy
buyers.
About half the big opening break
was recovered later in the morning J
on trade buying accompanied by re-,
ports of spinners calling and continued j
support from "Wall street sources.
January sold up to 37.05 and March
to 36.50 or about 32 to 50 points from
the early low level, after which busi
ness tapered off with later fluctuations
Irregular..
Liverpool Nov. 6. Spot cotton In
active demand. Prices lower. Good
middling, 26.98; fully middling, 26.28
middling, 25.49; low . middling, 23.23;
good ordinary, 21.0S; ordinary, 20.08;
sales, 12,000 bales, including 10,200
American. No receipts. Futures closed
Irregular and unsettled. November,
24.93; December," 24.53; January, 23.78;
March, 22.75; May, 2.13; July. 21.68;
October, 19.85.
HOW DOCTORS
TREAT COLDS
THE FLO
D
Bran, per cwt. .' y 2.40
Chops, - per cwt. 3.10
Middlings, per cwt. ..77.:i-., ' " 3.30
Cotton seed meal, per cwt.. I. v 4.00
Four per cent cotton seed meal .3.25
Seven per cent cotton seed
meal 80.00
Cotton seed hulls, per cwt. .... .90
Union grain, per cwt. 4.25
. 3.00
4.50
37.00
39.00
1.00
4.50
1.10
3.00
First Step in Treatment is a
Brick Purgative With Calo
tabs, the Purified and Rfine.d
Calomle Tablets That Are
Nausealess, Safe and Sure.
Libertyfeed, per cwt.
Poultry feed, per cwt. $4.00 and
Hay.
Timothy No. 1, per ton
Alfalfa,' per ton
' Seeds. '
Turnip, per pound .... . ..... .
Cabbage, per pound
Rust proof oats, per pound
Rye, per pound,
Fertilizers.
14 ' per cent. Acid Phosphate,
" per ton i...
16 per cent. . Acid Phosphate,
per ton
Fish scrap, per ton
-: - , . Retail. ' 1 '
No changes were reported in the
quotations of the local markets yester
day.' ' -"
Apples, per dozen, .40 to
Bananas, per pound
Butter, per pound .
Beans
Navy,' per pound .
Lima, per pound
Beets, per pound
Cabbage, per pound
Carrots, per. pound ...........
Celery, per bunch, .15 and. .
Chickens, per pound, .40 and..'.
Cranberries, per quart, .15 and
Eggs, per dozen
Grapes, per pound, .20 and....
Grape Fruit, each.
Lemons, per dozen . .
Onions, per pound ...
Oranges, per dozen, .50,
Potatoes .
Sweet , .05
Irish ........................ .05
.08, .10 and
.75 and
20.00
21.50
29.75
.75
.08
.80
.12
.15,
.07
.07
, .07
.25
.50
.20
.75
.25
.12
.40
.07
1.00
Doctors hav found by expevSwnce
that no medicine for colds and influ
enza . can be depended upon for full
effectiveness until the liver is made
thoroughly active. That Is why the
first step in the treatment is tbe new,
aausealess calomel tablet called Calo
tabs, and which are free from the
.sickening and weakening effects of the
old style calomel.' Doctors also point
ut the -fact that an active liver may
a long way towards 'preventing
Inf luena j -nd is one of the most im
portant factors in enabling the patient
to successfully withstand an attack
and. ward off pneumonia.
One Calotab on the tongue at bed
time, with a swallow of water that's
all. ; No salts, no nausea nor the
slightest interference with your eat
ing, pleasure or work. Next morning
your cpld has vanished, your liver is
active, your system Is purified, and
you are feeling fine, with a hearty
appetite for breakfast. Druggists sell
Calotabs , only in original sealed pack
ages, price thirty-five cents. Tour
money will be cheerfully refunded if
you do not find them delightful. adv.
CHERO COLA
There Is None So Good
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 236
Pay $1.00 Weekly Clothing
for Men and Women Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc
Largest and oldest Credit House
Reasonable. Reliable . and Con
Gdential. Gentry-Strickland Co.,
26 South Palafox Street.
WATCH WINDOWS
POSS
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Street
MAsxrvrxxn, TiiNN.
. 1
THIS IS IT!
The
Flour
That
Performs
Perfectly
24 LPS. I
S) All Ways Always
SERVICE QUALITY
CLINTON TAILORING CO.
Clothing:, Raincoats and Shirts
Made to Order
ALTERING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
No. 10 East Intendencia Street Phone 2294
MORR
V
Supreme
Peaches
Morris
Supreme
'Pure-SUgar syrup preserves
the fine, rich flavor of these
peaches. All Morris Supreme
canned fruits are delicious. Look
for the yellow and black label.
MORRIS & COMPANY
WAS-COTT GINGER ALE
EXCELLENT FOR INDIGESTION
WELLES-K AHN COMPANY
Distributors
Blount Budding. JPerzsacolc
For d 0 w ners Attend on
Have .Your Bearings Fitted by a Modern
Burning System
Day and Night Service All Work
Guaranteed
Treadwell
TIRES AND TUBES
Supplies and Accessories of all kinds
Peiisacola Auto Co.
108 West Intendencia Street
We are as Good as the Best, and Better than
the Rest.
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