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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1919.
4 J J S LOCAL MARKETS. a Wholesale. Tho quotations of the local whole sale markets remained firm yesterday. Produce. Apples, p?r bbl, $9.75 and. . .,$10.25 Apples, per box 4.50 Bananas, per pound .......... .06 Butter, per pound ............ .72 Beans- Navy, per pound , Lima., per pound Beets, per pound ... Celery, per dozen Cabbage, per pound Carrots, per pound , Limus, per 100 Lemons, per box . per pound Red, per pound . Chickens, per pound Turkeys, dressed . . Eggs, per dozen, .54 and Grapes- Tokay . 3.20 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. Bran, per cwt. . Chops, per cwt. Middlings, per cwt Cotton eeed meal, per cwt..... .11 .13 tt .03 1.50 .04 !4 .07 .50 7.50 .04 .04 .45 .49 .59 Vv -, 1:45 2.75 6.23 4.25 4.50 1.85 .92 : 2.40 3.10 3.30 4.00 AWAY WITH THOSE ACHES AND PAINS Keep Sloan's Liniment Handy Jo Rut ... tho "Feel Good" Back Into r t i the System. - AH it needs is just one trial a Uttla app?ted without rubblrwr, for it pen etrates to convince you of its merit in relieving- sciatica, lumbago, neu ralgia, lame muscles, stiffness, bruises, pains, aches,, and strains, the? after effects of exposure. - The congestion is scattered, prompt ly, cleanly, without effort, economic ally. You . become a regular user of Sloan's Liniment," adding your enthu siasm 'to that of its many thousands of other fr'eads the world over, who keep it handy. Three sizes at all drug gists 35c. 70c. $1.40. ...',. Four per cent cotton seed meal Seven per cent cotton seed meal Cotton seed hulls, per cwt. .... Union grain, per cwt. ........ Liberty feed, 'per cwt. ........ Poultry feed, per cwt $4.00 and Haj, 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 , . . 16 per cent. Acid Phosphate. per ion Fish scrap, per ton Retail. No changes were reported quotations of the local markets day. Apples, per dozen, .40 to ...... Bananas, per pound , Butter, per pound Beans Na vy, per pou n d ...... .... , Lima, per pound .......... Beets, per pound. Cabbage, per pound Carrots, per pound... Celery, per bunch, .15 , and Chickens, per pound, .40 and... Cranberries, per tjuart. . ...... Eggs, per dozen . . . i . . . i . . . . . . Grapes, per pound............. Grape Fruit, each, .08, .10 and Onions, per pound ........... Oranges, per dozen .50 and.... Potatoes V - 1 : Sweet ....................... .- Irish ................. Egg plant, each 4.10 to.l..'... Cucumbers,, each .05 and....;. Satsumas. , per dozen. . ....... . Pecans, per pound .30 to. . . . . . . . S0.0O .90 4.25 3.00 4.50 37.00 39.P0 1.00 4.50 1.10 3.00 20.00 21.50 29.75 in the yester- .75 .03 .75 .12 .15 .10 .07 .10 .25 .50 .20 " .75 ' .25. .12 .07 .04 .04 25 .10 .40 .50 NAVAL STORES PENSACOLA. r Pensacola, Fla., . .Nov. ? Trading o n the open market has been discon tinued. " - . . Receipts, Casks. Last Tear Today 102 137 This season 23,218 23,079 Shipments, Casks. i Today 122 :, l This season 60.213 27.455 Stocks, Casks. Today 8,770 37,453 April 1 34,740 41,839 Rosin Receipts, Barrels. ' Today ............ 460 419 This season 98.495 102.10S Stocks, Barrels. Today 55,622 44.530 April 1 49.831 - '73.350 JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 20. The spirit market was steady at 158, with sales or 100 casks. Receipts, Casks. ' k Last Tear Today 319 238 This season ............. 69,330 60, 5 so - 'Shipments, Casks. Tcday 1.24S This season 97,550 " Stocks, Casks. Today 11,292 April 1 41,644 'The rosin maketr was steady with cales of 538 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Todya 1,589 This season 226,447 Shipments, Barrels. Today 2,690 This season ............249.984 Stocks, Barrels. Todav 100,141 April 1 120,652 Quotations were as follows. WAV ..22.50 VVO 21.25 M 20-50 K . ....18.S0 I 170 H 16 3- G. F E 16-7 O 36.50 B '. 16.40 173 50,543 57.262 37,21 854 198.383 1,085 242,567 134,057 178,236 SAVANNAH. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 20 The spirit market was firm at 158-158 1-7, with sales of 149 casks. , . , Wm - ss'- if fgft Jf II lips if mm mWr It is a most satisfao Jj Jj torv beverase. Fine I IKS 1 1 PURE AND DELICIOUS It is a most satisfao tory beverage Fine flavor and aroma and it is healthful. Well made cocoa contains nothing that is harmful and much that is beneficial. It is practically all nutrition. Choice Recipe look free Walter BaKer 6 Coltd. Est&blistiettJiau. "Dorchester Mass. Theodore Roosevelt's Letters TO HIS CHILDREN 4 5?2 WflH A' 'SMr3 -ill - W i ( y m We have known the Statesman, Soldier, Orator, Plains man, Explorer, Writer and Editor the public Roosevelt. : Now through these wonderful letters stands revealed Roosevelt the Man, Hasband and Father They are full of tenderness, romping fun and sound 1 principles of right living. Read Them Yourself. Read Them to Your Children. They will appear as a Daily Serial ' m '. 1 : -; - in " ; ; : - STARTING ' , , Receipts,' Casks. Last Tear Today - 240 This searm 45,;;7 Shipments, Casks. Today 151 This season 78,458 Stocks, Casks. Today 13,? 41 April 1 1 1S.S50 The rosin market was steady sales of 523 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Today 1,135 This season 137,716 Shipments, Barrels. Today 171 This- season 162,130 Stocks, Barrels. Today 55.354 April 1 62,547 Quotations were as follows: WW 272 68 30,961 30,200 24.2!3 with 1,413 139.175 2.7S1 167,045 68,843 96,263 WG. N ., M . EC . I ... H .. O ., F . E .. D .. B . ..22.00-22.23 2L00 20.12' 19.25 18.82H 17.12 16.85 10.72'S 16. .J 16.65 16.60 16.50 IN POLICE CIRCLES. Judge Morey j'esterday fined Wyatt Golson. white and Ernest Foster a negrro for speeding. Both men it was alleged were driving their cars at a high rate of speed through the down town section. . United States Deputy Marshall II. A. Bowler brought Into the city yes terday morning six men recently ar rested by him for the alleged manu facture of liquor. The men according to the deputy were arrested in Holmes county. DR. KEATING HEADS WELFARE BUREAU Succeeds Dr. Grace Whitford Has Resigned. Wht Jacksonville, Nov. 21. Succeeding Dr. Grace Whitford, who tendered her resignation about ten days ago, Dr. William B. Keating, formerly of Xew York City and now of Jacksonville, has been appointed director of the burea,u of child welfare of the state board of health. Dr. Keating has had long experience In child welfare work, having been school physician at Bev erly. Mass., for some years and hav ing made a study of this work in Xew York. He is a graduate of the famous Tufts Medical School of Boston, and specialized at the School of Physicians and surgeons in Xew York, after tak ing his degree at Tufts. He was for several years resident physician of Florwer hospital in New York. FOR SALE. Wood or coal range and gas range in good condition. Easily worth $100. Will accept $30 for both for quick sale. Can be seen at 22 East Gregory street. The Watson Agency, Phone 54. S NEWS OF RECORD. Births Reported. To Xils and Elizabeth Xilsen; a boy. To Mosco and Flandie Stuart: a boy. To J. C. and Annie Hibbs; a girL Deaths Reported. Charels W. Dickinson. New Suits Filed. George Bruce vs. W. A. Watson and the Bruce; Dry .Dock Co., Damages John.C. Avery attorney for plaintiff. Marriage Licenses. William Jackson Meredith to Ruth Dickens. Fletcher Carlson Phillips to Ivyej Lee Coleman. W. H. Edwards to Gladys A. Smith.) Deeds. Lee Daniell to Geo. and Mamie Wilson S. 1-2 lots 16 to 20 block 163 New City $1.00 and other consid erations. George C Kupfrian Trustee to Garassemas Grigoratoes E. 1-2 lot 70 block 12 Old City $1.00 and other considerations. S. D. Davis to J. H. Frederick Lot 6 block 37 Xew City 51.00 and other considerations. Mary Holmes Aiken to Albert Wat ers A lot 50 et by 150 feet in N. W. corenr block 76, West King Tract, Belmont Numbering $1.00 and other considerations. L. G. Crosby to B. J. Rocheblave S. 9 feet 10 inches olts 9 and 10. all lots 11, 12, block 104 Xew City $100.00 and other considerations. John Seabrooka to J. B. Reed W. 30 feet lot 0 block 18 Xew City $100.00 PIMPLY? WELL DDNTBE People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets There will be an all day ser vice at Union Hall. Church, Myrtle Grove, November 30th. Everybody is invited and all members living in Pensacola are especially invited, as thatvis the day for the Seventy-five Million Campaign. and other considerations. L. G. Crosby to Thos. R. and Phil lipa Burnham E. 1-2 of W. 1-2 Arpent Lot 81 Old City $100.00 and other considerations. Frank E. Welles Trustee to M. TL. Hait Block ISO West King Tract $1.00 and other considerations. Julia McMillan to Josephine Wil liams W. 62 feet Arpent Lot 60. W. 62 feet of X. 120 feet Arpent Lot 61 Old City $1,000 and other considera tion. This Woman Found Relief. Men and women suffering from backache, rheumatic pains, stiff and swollen joints, lameness and soreness, will be glad to read how one Avoman found relief from bladder and kidney trouble. Mrs. G. Hyde, Homestead. Mich., writes: "I have been troubled with weak kidneys, and several times in the last ten years I have had that terrible backache and tired out feil Foley KidiK-y Pills made me feci !iKe ing, scarcely able to do my work, a new person." Adv. Conservation of Vision Is the Practice of Optometry By intelligent methods of eye exam ination without the use of drugs for the purpose of furnishing RIGHT GLASSES when needed. See our Optometrist. WILL C. OSIFriEOEHfei JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The House of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafo Street. Golds! A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver Trith Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the " successful substitute for crlomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets dc that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating., No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with a ''dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeiing, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their clive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take o.ie or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. 10c and -i5c A few years ago grip and influenza became epidemic. W still have these diseases with us. Last year wu had the Spanish Influenza even more serious and disastrous in its results. Again a cold was the ordinary cause. Do the best you can to keep colds out of your system. Dress well ; keep out of draughts; prevent the spread of colds; do not sneeze or cough in public places. Take Russell's luxat've Cold Tablets and break up any cold. Get a p3ck-ge. Kep in easy reach, for emergency need. Phone 046 A FTP EDS IT DOE (KdDRQES 01 E 1 a I 'A EL IE is -At -it See the Great Trained Wild Animal Shew All Attractions Furnished By O. K. Haar's Motordrome Garden of Allah Circus . Side Show m Y Llamas Pumas Tigers Lions i Leopards Everybody' Going. All Next Week, Beginning WEST GARDEN AND REUS STREETS 20 SHOWS ! TWO BANDS 100 ANIMALS. 6 RIDES. This Is The Show You'll Never Forget ! Don't Fail To Take A Ride OVER THE FALLS Coney Island's Greatest Sensation 14 .'.. m te rn m Bag Celebff Under the Auspices of Pensacola Lodge B. P. 0. E. r- JL