THiS PENSACOLA JOURNAL; SUN DA Y -MUKJNlJN u, uuCEMLBrM ssi, ' 1119.
7 ,. i'T
VESSELS IN POKT
The Shipping: Board steamer .Lake
Filbert, stream (awaiting cargo). ..
The British ; steamer Senator,
stream. . ,
The American steamer Cushatta,
stream. ; " . ". : "
The shipping." board steamer Noo
calula,. Tarragona whart (loading).
The - American steamer Botsford,
(unloading), ' " v".
The American steamer Argenta,
The ; Shipping, Board steamer Mar
shall, stream (loading.).
The shipping board steamer Lake
Savus, Tarragona wharf (loading.) " "
The . Italian iteamer Bronte, from
:' Schooners.- ":' T
i The Cuban schooner Gabriel Palmer,
Stream. -. .
The American schooner Frederick A.
23uggan, stream, (loading.)
The American schooner Furustrand,
The British schooner "W. S. M. Bent
ley, stream (loading.)
The British schooner McDonald,
The American schooner Mary Mon
son Gruener. (unloading.) i
The Spanish bark Saurez, No. 2.
Commendencia wharf (loading.)
The - Spanish bark Virga del Mer,
stream. (Loading.) -" : -Barges.
The Aiken barge Consul, stream.
Barges, Aiken barge Bobby-IIo, Pal
American barge Iberia, stream
American barge. Smith. - Terry
Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load -
The American barge, Madison, I
Tugs, Aiken tug Leroy, Palafox
The American tug, Bathalum, Tar
The Aiken tug Dixie. Palafox wharf.
The Aikeu tug Nellie. 1
The American steamer Lake Mymer,
for the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov.
The Shipping Board steamer Alta,
from Nicaragua for Frederick Gilmore
& Co., due Dec 10.
The Shipping Board . steamer. Mona
fan, from Nicaragua for Frederick
Giilmore & Co.. due Dec. 10.
SAND KEY PASSINGS.
Sand Key, Fla., Dec 21. Passed
East 19th: Morgan Line; 20th. Mer
cedes de Larrinaga, Br.; Baldbutte;
Chestnut Hill; Borghum; Dan; J. L.
New York, Dec. 20. Cotton futures
opened barely steady.
January $36.80 !
May . 32.55
July . . 30.85
October . . .... 28.27
New Orleans, Dec. 20. Cottpn f ut- 1
ures opened steady. .
December , ..$40:20
January . . 38.50
March . . 35.40
New Orleans. Dec 20 Cotton closed
steady unchanged to 20 points lower.
December . . $40.35
We are Headquarters For
PIPES, CIGARETTE HOLDERS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS
In Real Attractive Christmas Boxes.
Reilly 6 Half en 6 Co.
220 South Palafox
New York, Dec. 20. The cotton seed
oil market closed -.strong. ;
Prime summer yellow-.. $20.50
December. ........ ....... 20.50
January . . 21.00
February . . ' . 21.00
March . . . . ...... 21.30
May . . 21.40
June ............. 20.90
Sales 10.800 bbls. . .
"New Ttfrk, Dec. 20--Cotton closed
firm. . ''
December v ' $38.30
January ..'I...-.....: 36.88
March . . .....J......; 34.70
May . . 32.70
July . ....... ....... 30.98
New York, Dec. 20 The cotton mar
ket opened- barely steady at a decline
of -9 to 25 points and sold about 22 to
32 . points net flower right, after the call
with January relatively . weak under
liquidation. This selling probably was
due to a. belief that the refusal of extra
exchange holidays pointed to Decem
ber and possibly January notices next
week. There also was scattering Wall
street liquidation, but trade interests
were moderate buyers and the market
rallied shortly after the call on the
firmer, ruling of exchange and bullish
eports from foreign and domestic goods
mokets. January sold up from 36.57
to 36.90 and May fvom 32.42 to 32.6S
before the end of the first hour.
New Orleans. Dec. 20 While Kinniner
returns today of 9,402,520 bales to De- j
cember 13 from the census bureau j
were larger than expected the cotton j
market did not remain depressed very'
long. After declines of 17 to 27 points
rise on reports of a bulge of 7 cents in
sterling exchange ' rates. At the end
of the first half hour of trading prices
were 5 to 17 points higher than the
closing prices of yesterday.
Liquidation of long -contracts was
felt after the middle of the morning
and the cotton was not well taken so
that late in the session the trading ,
months were at net declines of 3 to
12 points, the distant months being,
stronger than the near, owing to fresh I
buying in a small way by traders who
were Impressed ' with their discounts.
New Orleans, Dec,
20 Spot cotton;
quiet, quotations revised. Middling un
changed. Sales on the spot 16S bales;
to arrive none. Low middling $33.25;
middling $40.00; good middling $41.75.
Grain and Provision Table,
' ' Corn .
3.. 3-1 5-8
. 76 1-4
Cured His RUPTOR
I was badly ruptured -while liftinfc a trimfc
mr.i! cpars airo. Doctors said my only nope ox
tirn. Trusses d'd me no good.
Finally I cot hold of something that quickly nJ
Mjmolctely cured me. Years have passed and tne
rupture baa never returned, although I am doinjr J
hard -work as a carpenter. There was no opera- ,
tion. no lost time, no trouble. I have nothins to '
sell, but wiil cive full information sbout how you
may find a complete cure without operation, if
rou write to me. Eugene M- Pullen. Carpenter, .
61F. ilarcellus Avenge, Macasquan, N. J. Beiteij
cur out this notice and' show it to any others who ;
are ruptured you may save a life or at least stop :
the misery of rupture ana me worry tuvj ubube
of an operation.
He Will Appreciate
I NAVAL STORES
Pensacola, .Dec. 20. Trading on the
open market has been - discontinued.
Receipts, spirits 34, r;in 288 ; ship
ments, spirits none, rosin 1,000; stocks,
spirits, 5,666, rosin 54,990;
Savannah, Dec. 20.- The spirit mar
ket, was firm at 1.54' with sales of
105 casks. The' rosin market was
firm with sales- of 957 barrels. Re
ceipts, spirits "376, rosin 1,436; ship
ments, spirits 544. rosin 1,785; stocks,
spirits 13,196, rosin 50,737.
Quotations were as follows: WW.
21.55; WG. 2.030; N. 19.75; M. 18.75;
K. 18.25; L 1C.9017.00; H. 16.3016.40;
G. 16.3016.35; F. 16.2516.35; E. D.
16.2016.35; B. 16.1516.35.
Jacksonville, -Dec' 20. The spirit
market was firm at 1.55 with sales
of 253. The rosin market was firm
with sales of 1,343. Receipts, spirits
263, rosin 1,423; shipments, spirits 534,
rosin 2,070; stocks, spirits 10,105, rosin
Quotations were, as follows: WW.
21.50;. WG. 20.60; N. 20.10; M .19.10;
K. 18.35; I. .16.85; H. 16.1516.35; G.
F. E. 16.1516.30; D. B. 10.10 10.30.
1 ".-ompuea ror tne journal by
weather bureau office.)
rsa-co1 FIa- December 21. 1919.
lSJ 11. - O.WX d..l.J,a
Moonset .14:31 p.m.
Low tide 7:27 a.m.
Next phase ojC the moon, new moon,
TEMPERATURE: 7am. 12m. 7p.m.
Dry bulb . ... 57 57 55
Wet bulb . 50 57 53
Highest 61; lowest 56; mean 58;
normal 53; mean same date last year,
Accumulated excess this year to
. Highest of record for December, ' 77
For 24 hours pniin? 7 tv m 1 R7
Total for this month to 7 p. m., 2.47.
Normal for December 4.17 inches.
Accumulated excess this year to
7 a. m., 98; 12 noon 98; 7 p. m., 99.
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water, then apply
"YOUR BODYGUARD -30. 60
$tjS V )f'!tililllliiii)iifilfl'TriT7
ii i m -
BATH-ROOrA I ,. -j .';
f. '3z- """ " twcWaa
J See the various style .
-.1 , Vi j water heaters-on display at V
X Tfnll.;l,i'-r?- our show room. All sold on
X A easyterms.
m&P- PENSACOLA W
(0Smk GAS co. LJi
fj 25-27. East Garden St.
& N. TO RUN
. DOUBLE HEADER
Beginning today I & N. trains 1
and 4 will run in two sections. This
has become necessary on account of
the . heavy holiday travel . The first
section of No. 1 will carry all equip
ment and passengers from Cincin
nati and all eastern points. The sec
ond : section will carry all equipment
and passengers from Chicago and the
The first section of No. 4 will carry
full equipment and , passengers for
Service In A Dayton
"HAPPINESS DOESN'T HALF
The supreme joy of the growing boy over his Christmas
bicycle cannot be described. No other Christmas -quite
equals the one when, with this gift, you make him master
of all out-doors, free to go and come quickly to work or
play. A bicycle is a gift that helps to build his health and
This Christmas a Bicycle!
24 SOUTH PALAFOX
WWHen and HTlere YouTMmt It!
Why wait for Hot
Water whea you
can nave it m
You can have this luxury
by installing' one of our cir
culating water heaters with
Cincinnati and" points east and the
second section of this train wiil carry
full pmilmnent and tassenger3. for
Chicago and the northwest.
It has also become necessary for
tnis company to put on seveiai
tlonai. sleepers on outgoing 'J-ains in
order to take care of the excessive
travel at this time.
Meeting of Local 413 A.- F. of
M., this morning at 10 o'clock,
K. of P. Hall. Election of of
ficers'. B. H. Fairchild, Secy.
iELAY KAILS AND
f) Aft fizlV
First Natl Bank Bldgw.
Barrington Hall Coffee
; Libby's Mince Meat in Jars
Libbs Mince Meat in Bulk
Monarch Mince Meat in Jars
Plum Pudding Fancy Cranberries
. Cluster Raisins
Fancy Budded Walnuts
Lots of Good Thing
Hoyt Bjos. & Co.
PH ONE 812
I have taken offices with Judge E. C. Max
well, 608-9-10 Blount Building, for the gen
eral practice of law.
HARRY W. THOMPSON.
ONE-THIRD DOWN, BALANCE TEN MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Maxwell (1919 Model) . . .L .$475.00
Dodge Touring, Car (Five Passenger) $475.00
Ford Touring Car $275.00
Hupmobile . . . $175.00
We also have in our used car department
One Ford Sedan One Dodge Roadster
One New Ford Speedster One Chandler Club Roadster
One Hudson Speedster
All the above cars have just been repainted and in
first class order. We open on Sunday.
AUJTO SALES CO.
Used Car Department, 109 South Baylen, Phone 2099
The Real Exclusive Musical
Qualities of Your Piano
can be appreciated only when correctly tuned and regulated
Phone 791 and let us prove it. We guarantee to please you.
THE FIA30 SHOP
East Garden .
BOB'S MESSENGER SERVICE
Messengers Furnished Day and Nigh.
19 E. Garden St Phone 333
S P O RTSM A N S SUPPLY STORE
, 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
.LsrT and secticri
from 8 to Tj
pounds to the ya- d-
Z If you have any fQ
M tale submit witk you
lovrest cash price. If in nee
of any, vill 8 to supp
Apricots and Peaches
s Here Not to Be Found
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