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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1919.
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" ;-: ' Wholesale.
" : The quotations of the l local whole
sale markets' remained irm yesterday.
.s ' Produce. .
Apples, per bbl., $9.75 and. . ..$10.25
Apples, per box 4.50
Bananas, per pound .08
Butter, per pound ............ .72
Beans-
: Navy, per pound ............
" Lima, per pound ..........
Beets, per pound
Celery, per dozen ...
Cabbage, per pound .........
Carrots, per pound ..........
Limes, per 100 ...............
.' Lemons, per box ...........
Onions j ... .
- Yellow, per pound ........... .04
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Red, per pound ............ .04
Potatoes
Chickens, ' per pound .......... - -.45
Turkeys, . dressed ....... . . . . . . .49
Eggs, per dozen, .54 and ...... .59
Grapes
Tokay r;::;...... j....;:. 3.20
Irish, per pound ............ .03
Sweet, per bu. 1.45
Peaches, per crate, $2.25 and.. 2.75
Peas, per box 6.25
Tomatoes
Luggen ................. .... 4.25
Baltimore ................... 4.50
Grains and Feed.
Corn, per bu. ................ 1.S5
Oats, per bu. .92
Bran, per cwt. ................ 2.40
Chops, per cwt. ,3.10
Middlings, per cwt. .......... , 3.30
Cotton seed meal, per cwt... 4.00
Four per cent cotton seed meal 3.25
Seven per cent cotton seed
meal ............. ... ....... 80.00
Cotton seed hulls, per cwt. ..i. .90
Union grain, per cwt. 4.25
Liberty feed, per cwt. ...... . . 3.00
Poultry feed, per cwt. $4.00 and 4.50
Hay.
Timothy No. 1, per ton ........ 37.00
Alfalfa, per ton 39.00
'. Seeds.
Turnip, per pound ............ 1.00
Cabbage, per pound .......... 4.50
Rust proof oats, per pound .... 1.10
Rye. Per pound 3.00
Fertilizers.
14 per cent. Acid Phosphate,
. per ton ...... . r .......... .. 20.00
16 per cent. , Acid Phosphate, ,
per ton ..................... 21.50
Fish scrap, per ton : 29.75
Retail.
No changes were reported in the
quotations of the local markets yester
day. -v - .
Apples, per dozen, .40 to ..... . .75
Bananas, per pound . . . .08
Butter, per pound ............ .80
Beans "
Navy, per pound .12
Lima, per pound .......... .15
Beets, per pound .07
Cabbage, per pound .07
Carrots, per pound ........... .97
Celery, per bunch. .15 and..... .25
Chickens, per pound, .40 and... .50
Cranberries, per quart, .15 and .20
Eggs, per dozen .75
Grapes, per pound, .20 and..... ..25
Grape Fruit, each, .08, .10 and .12
Lemons, per dozen ............. .40
Onions, per-pound ........... .07
Oranges, per dozen, .50; .75 and 1.00
Potatoes,
Sweet ' '. ............... . . . . .05
NEW POSTMASTER
NAMED AT BONIFAY
(BY GEORGE H. MANNING).
Washington, Nov. 10. Miss Pearl
Meeker is to be appointed postmaster
at Bonifay. Her nomination will be
sent to senate in few days to succeed
Postmaster Miller who stepped out
some weeks ago. Miss Meeker and C.
G. Evans, a former soldier, stood the
examination for the office. Because
of Evans army service he was placed
first on the list for appointment,
although Miss Meeker made a slightly
higher rating in the examination.
Evans was offered a better position
however, and notified the postof f ice
department he did not want the job.
Miss Meeker is now. assistant post
master " .
F. XV. Flournoy of DeFuniak
Springs, an announced candidate for
the senate against Senator .Fletcher,
is in "Washington on business with the
comptroller of currency.
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can be nwd soft and slow) bv uanA
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Innluck Nelian i Hir Dresnnd
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ped mtl box, nciosi in pasta
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drufi atora. and be aura to
61 tha suun Nalxwi'a
There is not hind tn VJ1 nn'
for making stuWxmt, curl hair soft and
casv to manage. It is fine for the scalp
and roots of the hair. That is wh$ Net
son's has been sold and recoinniended
by druggists for over so Tears, and is used
by the most particular people everywhere.
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
RICHMOND. VA.
HOT BLAST HEATERS
ARE DEMONSTRATED
An interesting and useful demon
stration of Cole's hot blast heaters 4s
being conducted at Ray's Corner
Hardware by A. II. Bentz who is di
rect from the factory.
He declares that- Cole's hot blast
heater is the heater that makes the
coal last. Mr. Bentz was' busy all
day Monday and expects to put in a
strenuous morning. He leaves at noon
for Brew ton, Alabama, He invites all
inferested parties to call on him this
morning and guarantees to prove that
Cole's hot blast heater is the most
practical from an economical standpoint.
MARKET REPORTS
Local Weather Calendar
New York. Nov. 10. Cotton
opened steady.
December
January
March .V. ........... ,
May ..........................
July .......... ..... ...
Cotton closed barely steady;
bid. .. . -
December
January .
March . . .
May .....
July . . . . .
futures
. . 38.14
.. 37.25
.. 26.20
.. 35.62
.. 35.15,
closing
37.S0
36.00
35.8S
33.12
34.40
New Orleans, ICoy. 10. The cotton
market opened steady
December
January
March
May
July ....
38.51
37.69
36.50
35.77
33.20
Liverpool, Nov. 10. Cotton ' spot "in
large Inquiry; prices steady.
Good middling
bales, including
27.10
26.40
25.60
23.33
21.20
20.20
8,600
Fully middling
Middling
Low middling
Good ordinary
Ordinary . ; . . .
Sales 10,000
American.
Receipts 26,000 bales, including 6,200
bales American.
Futures closed Irregular.
November 24.87
December 24.43
January 23.90
March 22.88
May 22.22
July 21.72
New York, Nov. 10. The cotton
market was txtremely nervous and
unsettled this morning owing to the
uncertainties of the coal strike situa
tion and the weak opening of the stock
market. Liverpool was better than due
and the weather .news was unfavor
able but after opening 22 points higher
to 20 points lower, prices soon sold
some 25 to 45 points below Saturday's
closing figures. There was active lo
cal and Wall street liquidation and
considerable southern selling on the
decline to 36.80 for January and 35.75
for March.
The early selling movement appear
ed to have pretty well spent itself
on a break of 45 to 55 points from
Saturday's closing figures. Offerings
became lighter around 36.60 for Jan
uary and 35.70 for March, and there
were rallies of 30 points or so from the
lowest during the middle of the morn
ing. The south sold on this bulge
however, and the tons was still more
or less unsettled around midday.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Moderate ad
vances in corn resulted today from
wet leather likely to interfere with
the crop movement. The opening,
which ranged from 1-4 to 3-4 cents
higher, were followed by numerous
rapid fluctuations within a narrow
range. '
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H NEWS OF RECORD. 3
Births Reported.
To Larry and Mildred Burrell, a
girl.
Deaths Reported.
Lucy Roberts, Mrs. Henry Ard, Mrs.
Maggie Irene Soderlind.
Deeds.
Elizabeth D. Willis, widow, to
Walker D. Willis Oct. 30. 1919. West
ern 56.79 acres of section 19, township
1 south, range 30. west .
John Tate Cary and wife to Walter
S. Richardson, Nov. 6, 1919. Half acre
in northeast quarter of northwest
section 38, township 1 north, range 31
west.
W. B. Ferriss and wife to Nelson
McKelpin, Nov. 6, 1919. Lot 5, block
110, East King tract, plan Pensacola
Com. & Inv. Co. .
A Tickle is The Beginning
of a throat cold or painful cough
HAYES' HEALING HONEY Stops the
Tickle by Healing the Throat. 35c
per bottle. Adv.
olGK? BILIOUS? COME LISTEN!
Don't Nauseate or Salivate Yourself witH Nasty Calomel!
. ": Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead
Never take dangerous Calomel again!
Dodson's Liver Tone" will start your
liver and quickly rid you of all miseries
of constipation and biliousness; all
miseries of donstipatlon and bilious
ness; all the headache, dizziness, bad I
breath, : sallowness - and stomach dis
tress "goes. Calomel sickens, salivates.
gets into the bones, cramps you. "Dod-
son's Liver Tone" is a prefect sub
stitute for Calomel and is so pleasant
and harmless you can safely give it
to children. It doesn't sicken you or
shake you all up. A large bottle costs
but a few cents at your druggists. Dod
son's Liver Tone is guaranteed to act
better than Calomel or you get your
money back. No argument! Adv.
Pensacola, Fla November 11, 1919.
Sunrise, 6:11.
Sunset, 4:55.
Moonrise, 8:52 p. m.
Moonset, 9:58 a. m.
Next phase of the moon, last quar
ter. 14th.
High tide, 12:17 a. m.
Low tide, 10.21 a. m.
Yesterday's Weather.
Temperature- 7 a.m. 12 noon 7 p.m.
Dry. bulb . 75 76 74
Wet bulb ........... 69 71 70
Highest, 77.
Lowest, 73.
Mean, 75. '
Normal, 61.
Mean same date last year, 63.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
date, 99. .
Highest of record for November, 81
degrees.
Lowest of record for November, 25
degrees.
Fainfall
For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0.21.
Total for this month to 7 p. m.,
1.16.
Normal for November, 3.74 inches.
Accumulated excess this year to
date, 25.01.
Humidity
7 a. m., 74.
12 noon, 78.
7 p. m., 83.
Barometer .,
7 a. m., 30.02.
7 p. m, 30.01.
Smnre
Kefljetf
6 Bell-ans
Hot water.
Sure Relief
LFOr INDIGESTION
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Launch Grand Rapids leaves Pensacola
Mondays at 8 a. m., Wednesdays and
Fridays at 7 a. m., for Harris, Mary
Esther, Camp Walton and Valparlaso.
Returning, leaves Valparlaso at 6 a. m.,
Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at
Pensacola 1:30 p. m.
noRT of
I ENSACOLA
Vessels in Port.
Destroyers.
Calhoun.
Supply Ships.
Leonldas, Lebanon. .
Steamers.
The American steamer Argenta, G p.
& N. dock (bunkering).
The Italian steamer Rovigno, Q. P. &
N. dock (bunkering)
The Cuban steamer Ollvant, Tarra
gonna wharf, (Discharging cargo).
The shipping board steamer Escam
bia, Tarragona wharf, (loading).
The American steamer Argenta, Q. F.
& A. dock (bunkerine). . v
Schooners.
The American schooner Irma, Tar
ragona wharf.
Barks.
The Spanish bark Saurez, No. 2,
stream (loading).
Barges.
The Aiken barge Consul, stream.
The Aiken barge " G-orge- T. Locke,
Beiges, Aiken batge Booy-Ilo. Tal
afox wharf.
American barge Iberia, stream
(loading).
American barge, Smith-Ter r,y
stream (loading).
Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load
ing). Aiken barge Ario, stream.
The American barge Madison,
stream.
The American barga Ethel Clarke,
stream
Tugs.
Aiken tug SImpsoa, Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug Sea King, Palafox
wharf.
Tugs, Aiken tug iieroy, Palafox
wharf.
The American tug, Bathalum, Tar
ragona wharf.
The Aiken tug Dixie. Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug Nellie, Palafox
wharf. '
Smacks.
The following smacks are at Saun
ders wharf: Maud F. Silva, Francis
B. Silvia, Clara M. Littlefleld, Louise
F. Harper, Seaconnet, Sheffeyld, Eesco,
Ida S. Brooks, Yakima, Emelia Enos,
Fish Hawk, Virginia.
. The following smacks are at the
Warren wharf: Algonia, Clara O. Sil
va, Seminole, Culebra, Emma Jane,
Galatea, Hope, Mary B. Greer, Mln
eola. Osceola, Silas Stearns, William
t Hays Rena A. Percy, Washakie, Henr
t. imams. Barcelona.
VESSELS EXPECTED.
Schooners.
The American schooner Mary Mon
son Gruener from West Africa.
Norwegian motor schooner Furus
trand. to T. O. Fillette & Co.
The schooner Frederick A. Duggan.
for John A. Merritt and Co. Nov. 11.
Steamers.
The American steamer Bockonoff.
for the Pensacola Shipping Co. Nov.
15.
The American steamer Lake Wy
mer, for the Pensa Shipping Co. Nov.
15.
The American steamer Botsford, for
the Pensacola Shipping Co. Nov. 15.
ARRIVALS.
Steamers.
The shipping board steamer Lake
Savus, from Liverpool, for Pensacola
Shipping Co.
DOCTORS USE
CALOTABS FOR
COLDS AND FLU
Influenza and Grippe, Like Ordinary
Colds, Require Calotabs, the Purified
and Refined Calomel Tablets That
Are Nausealesa, Safe and Sure.
Physicians and druggists claim thai
the great epidemic of influenza has
conclusively demonstrated that the
j Quickest relief for cold and the best
I preventive of Influenza and pneumo
nia Is to keep the liver active so that
j the digestive organs may be in per
i feet condition. For this purpose Calo
tabs, the new nausealess calomel tab
lets that are free from the sickening
and weakening effects, is the most
thorough and dependable, as well as
the most agreeable laxative.
Calotabs have the special advantage
of not making the patient sick and
weak, as they do not upset the diges
tion and appetite. One Calotab at bed
time with a swallow of water- that's
alL No salts, no nausea, nor the slight
est interference with your eating
pleasure or work. Next morning yout
cold has' vanished, your liver is active,
your system is purified, and you ar
feeling fine with a hearty appetite
lor breakfast.
For your protection, Calotabs ar
old only In original sealed packages,
price . thirty-five cents. Sold by all
druggists and your monej back if you
sure not delighted with them. Adv.
LARGE IRONS, SMALL IRONS, CURLING TONGS, HEATERS
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Conveniences of
Electricity
In Your Home
Electric Light is always ready when and where you
want it. It is clean, safe and sanitary. It permits any
artistic and convenient arrangement desired.
Electric time and labor saving appliances have become
a necessity in the modern household They take the hard
work out of housekeeping.
Electricity will increase the value of your property
many ;times over the small cost of your investment, and
you will never do without Electric service after it has once
been installed. The appliances named in the border of this
ad are some of the many comforts and conveniences you
may enjoy after your home is wired for Electricity.
. See Our Display Room
Pensacola Electric Co.
24 EAST GARDEN ST.
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