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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10. 1020
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LAST
HEATERS
BURN LESS COAL AND GIVE MORE
HEAT.
OTHER HEATERS AT
S3.50 S4.00
S7.50 S8.50
AND UP.
ay's Corner Hdw.
Right at Ray's
Right at the Corner
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J MARKET REPORTS j
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. iWKPffillipililli i warn U Wjtl , .Jf!
baauui4tf HHiWi niiiiw Bfc:"" '
To Relieve Indigestion or Dyspepsia
Take a Dyspepsia Tablet
""- - Before
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
and Arter
Each Meal.
2cnox
PENSACOLA LAUNCH &
j MACHINE CO.
VTLti.RD SERVICE STATION
prTHard Sioraa Batteries and Repairs
. of All Makes Batteries
' TV Marine Way Machine
chop In Connection
53ie Parlor Market
" Hcmi cf All That's Pure
feesb: western meat
PocSy, Bog nd Green Groceries
OWN iYOUR HOME"
pessacob Home and Sariaj
tejf Assn. 'i
XH.BayIiss,Sec .
2. Cst?iJ?!afojs, PHom 233
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
PensacoLi's Representative Store
PALACE CAFE
Gcod Things to Eat
Opiosite Post Office
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
ID I?
a new card game
you will like.
the most inter
esting fjame in-
ventca in years.
.Instructive and
entertaining for old
and young alike.
endorsed by all
leading educators
and t y public men
everywhere.
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plete instruct ions or send 4 c in
temps for i ample card and
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SPELLING BEE GAME C0.,J
Mail trjcr sjepi.
CANTON, OHIO
ACHES AND PAINS ,
i SLOAN'S GETS M!
Famous P in nd Ache LinimentJ
Kept Handy, Erings Grati- '
ing Relief. !
Ttheumatic trlng-es ease up .sooruj
Eo did stiff joints, lame back, neural
Kia, overtaxed muscles, and those pa!ns
from weather exposure, too the!
Con't fight :on against the counter
Irritant Sloan's Liniment produces.
Keep this old family friend handy
for instant use a little penetrates
without rubbing, leaving no skla
etains, muss, or clewed pores. Yoa
ought to kee; a bottle handy always.
All drueghtn. Three sizes 35c. 7CS
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For head or throat
Ca tarrh try the
vapor treatment
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VICES ViPORUS
AMUSEMENTS
Bilii Burke Is Charming in "The
Missleading Widow."
One of the most delightful screen
romances ever produced will be at
the Jsls theatre, today, when "The
Misleading Widow." a new Paramount
Artcraft picture, starring Billle Burke,
will be shown. Miss Burke has the
role of Betty Taradine, who was
married and later deserted by he
husband on account of her extrava
gance, and lives In a big house in a
little New England village. Colonel
Preedy, a wounded army officer, i
convalescing at the Tare dine house.
T-etty is besieged by creditors, and ,
short of funds, announces that her
husband has died in South Africa, so
that she can collect his life insur
ance. Complications occur when Cap
tain Rymill, the Colonel's aide and
friend, arrives and pro-es to be none
other than the "dead" husband. How
matters are finally adjusted forms the
climax of tho story, which is ideally
suited to the whimsical art of Miss
Burke.
Prominent in the supporting cast is
th well-known young actor. James L.
Crane. Others are Frank Mills. Made
line Clare, Fred Ilearn, Frederick- Es
melton and Dorothy Waters.
nORT of
ENS ACOLA
Xew Orleans. Jan. 9. Cotton fu
tures opened steady.
January 39.50
March 3T.65
May 33.51
July 33.75
October 30.36
Xew York, Jan. 9. Cotton futures
opened barely steady.
January 3S.05
March 36.40
May 34.50
July 33.00
October 30.45
Cotton closed steady; closing bid.
January 3S.25
March
May 23.15
Juiy .., 33.45
0obe- 30.93
Jjiverpool Jzn 9. Cot'.OT spot in
moderate re'iur&t; prices higher.
Oood middling "1.29
Fully middling 30.04
Middline 2S.79
OBITUARY.
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J. D. WARD.
The funeral services of .J. D. Ward.
65. will be held this morning at 11
o'clock at tho family residence 414
FRENCH CAFE CLOSED
BY COURT INJUNCTION
The French cafe. South Palafox-st.,
was closed yesterday afternoon by an
injunction issued from the court of
record The application for the in-
W. Romana-st., after which the body junction was made by County Solici
will be sent to Pine Barren for burial, j tor Fisher in which he termed the
Mr. Ward died yesterday morning ! place as a "public nuisance" and asked
at his home after an illness of ten that it be closed and prevented from
days. He had been living in this city I doing further business. The place had
for the past 4 years, moving here from' been raided several times by the
Pine Barren. He is survived by his! sheriff and the police department,
wife, one son, Willie, two daughters, j
Mrs. Katie McAnders of this city and j
rs. w. Jims or tcuavid, six brothers
W. C, C. F. and G. T. of this city, j
J. C. of Molino. J. R. of Pine Barren
and W- S. of Moore, Ala.
elief
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6 Bell-ans
Hot water.
Sure Relief
FOR INDIGESTION
ing off to 36.25 and July to 32.90. !
T.f xA!-rrn1 xt- i c n i 1 ... i
, - . a. guuu uujer at m.s is
decline, however while there was vry !
little pressure of selling orders from '
the south, and the market firmed un jl
shortly after the opening with March f j
advancing to 26.47 and July to 33.23 i j
or back to about last night's clos- j I
lng figures. The census report show
Twow middiir
Good ordinary 23.29
Ordinary 22.29
Kales 12,000 bales; including 7,400
American.
receipts 23.000 tales, including 14,
400 American.
Futures closed irregular.
January 27.62
March I5.&4
May 24.38
July 23.09
October 20.C0
December 20.31
16.24 Ing 10.017.0S9 bales ginned to Janu-
u ...vb r2 rm rm y"v '.
tea (J 11
liS33 fes3 U SZ2S
WSMl PRICES
11
Norm Talmadge in "The Isle of
Conquest"
In "The Isle of Conauest," Xorma
Taimadge's new Select special, the
charming star again demonstrates that
there is no height of expression too
lofty for her.
Her versatility is generously drawn
upon as she journeys through the roles
of an innocent convent girl to an un
happy wife-hood and thence to a life
of Isolation upon a tropical island
with a lone man companion, there to
find complete happiness and content
ment. Always pleasing and capable,
the star ascend to the full height of
her emotional talents and hold3 th
Interest from beginning to end.
"The Isle of Conquest" is a fast
moving drama treating with a young
Steamers.
British steamer Wardown. Cary &
Co
American schooner Crescent, John
A. Merritt & Co.
American steamer Argenta, from
Mobile.
American steamer Alta. from Blue
fields American steamer Lake Filbert,
from Quebec.
British schooner Rebecca L. Mc
Ponalcl, from Newport, England.
Spanish schooner Virgin del Mar,
from Havana.
British schooner Marv G. Duff, from
Barbadoes.
Schooners
American schooner Albert W. Rob
inson, Fillette, Green & Co.
Norwegian schooner Fourustranrl.
Fillete, Green & Co.
British schooner Mary G. Duff, FU
Jette. Green & Co.
Barker.tine.
American barkentine Frederick A.
Puggan, Mobile.
Expected.
British schooner Jennie V. Msrriam.
American schooner Hope Sherwood
British schooner Leo le Blanc.
Arrivals.
Spanish Barkentine Sant Mus,
Howe & Co.
New Orleans, Jan. 9. The fact that
'ginning in the period extenuing over
(the last half of December was larg
ler than it was last yearT61 4,000 hales
! Against 4.t pnimoil 'colllnir 4t xnttnn
on the opening today and soon after
the first call, prices of the more ac
tive months were ' 23 to 23 points
under the finals of Wednesday. Sup
port was received from traders who
thought that the ratification of the
peace treaty tomorrow would have
a constructive effect on world busi
ness, generally and at the cnJ of the
first hour of trading, prices of the
the old crop months were 1 to 3
points under Wednesday's clos.j. Oc
tober did not share in th? initial
c-ecline and at the end of the first
half hour of trading stood at a net
rise of 25 points.
The reported sale of 5,000 bal-s of
soots by a ' local house to Japanese
interests increased the demand. To
ward noon prices were 2 to 2' poi.its
lilnher than the closing quotations of
Wednesday.
The large mill takings for the week.
411.000 bales, against 3?3.000 this v.-oek
last veer and 346.000 this week two
vears ago. carried the market to new
hisrh levels for the" diy. At I o'clock
tlie trading months were ai net gain.
of 22 to -'0 points up.
in I
t !
ary 1, was about as expected.
The market became firrt. later
the morning on bullish spot news.
continued large experts and private'
advices from Washington taking a
more optimistic view of peace treat.v :
prospects. Liverpool was a goo A buv-j
er of early new crop months and Oc- j
tober led the advance, selling 25 points ;
net higher whl!e March sold up to ! g
36.70 and July to 33.41 or 18 to 20 ' I
points above last night's closing fig- G
ures. The advance met some selling,!!
believed to be against purchases of 1
spot cotton in the south, but the of
ferings were absorbed within a few
steady around midday.
SAND KEY PASSING.
Sand Key Passed west Sth; De
Soto; Edgefield; 9th; Le Doq (Br.);
Gothenburg.. Hewitt; Madrono (Br.).
To The Dyspepf:.
Would you not like feel that your
Girl's marriaee to a wealthy waster. 1 stomach troubles are'ver, that you
efforts of a designing!'1 y Z . tnat you
through the
mother. Later, the yacht upon which I L, faCt th&l
... ill i . j .Chamberlains Tablets have cured
they are cruising is wrecked and she otnerswhy not you. There m
finds herself safe upon an uninhabited , who have been reatored to heaith by
island with a stoker from the ships
hold. Months of isolation kindles with
in them a mutual love and, all hope
of rescue having perished, they are
preparing to enact their marriage rite
when suddenly her husband appears
to return her to his world of sham.
Hero the circumstances become tragic,
concluding with an unexpected and
sensational climax.
The play was adapted to the screen
hy John Emerson and Anita Loos
from Arthur Hornblow's novel, "By
Right of Conquest." and was directed
hy Edward Jose. It w'ill appear at
the Isis theatre for two days begin
ning Monday.
Ed C. Nutt Tent Show
"The Sweetest Girl in Dixie," the
present offering at the big tent drew
another capacity house last night in
spite of the cold wave, but everyone
was kept warm and comfortable a3 the
tent was well heated. The play was
another good one and the big audience
was very liberal with Its applause.
The play is a delightful evenings en
tertainment and was thoroughly en
joyed by all. The Vaudeville features
between acts were exceptionally good
and Harry Rich gave fifteen minutes
of mystery that was excellent. Th
final performance of "The Sweetest
Girl in Dixie" Is tonight, with a spec
ial matinee today at 3 o'clock. Com
mencing Monday and continuing
throughout the first three days of next
week, Mr. Nutt has selected "Dr. i
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." This Is
psychological drama and one that
Robert Mansfield starred in for sever
ai seasons, ii is quire amerent irom r
any so far presented by this popular
company and the fact that Mr. Mans
field used thfs one particular play as j
his vehicle for several years assures
it as a successful drama and one which
met with the approval of both the
press and the public throughout the
country.
taking these tablets and can now cat
any kind of food that they crave.
Adv.
New York, Jan. 9. Increased un- j
certainty as to prospects for early j
action on the peace treaty and lower j
Liverpool cables had a.i unsettled in- '
finance in the cotton market at the!
opening today. First prices were!
barely steady with December 10 j
points higher, but other months were !
U to 55 points lower with March sell- 1
Stomach ills
permanently disappear after drinking tie
celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively
parantecd by money-back offer. Taste
ftne; costs a trifle. Delivi-rol anywhere by
per Pensacola Agents, West Flori.Ia Cn
W Co. Phona tUm
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"Roll Your Own"
Says the Bowler
Watch ir.gr a game is fun,
wa'll admit. And everyone
is WELCOME to watch the
bowiers at our alleys, as often
as they like.
But to get real benefit
from bowling you must ROLL
YOUR OWN. (With apolo
r!P? to the Bull Durham
folks.)
Ruskin said : "If you want
pleasure you must toil for it."
Bowling is the most beneficial
exercise and the real pleasure
and benefit comes from play
ing not watching.
Pastime Billiard Parlor
snd Bowling Alley
"Clean Pport for Regular Fellows"
ICS-10 S. PA LA FOX ST.
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FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE
CITY
Magnolia Milk, per can 20c
Okra, No. 1 cans, 3 for 25c
Pet Cream, large size, 3 cans 50c
Uneeda Biscuit, 2 for 15c
Peanut Butter, in bulk, per tb 30c
Rice, 7 lbs $1.00
Big R Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c
Pure Leaf Lard, lb 35c
Figs, per lb 50c
Pecans, lb 35c
Coarse Salt, 200 lb sack .$1.90
Octagon Washing Powder, G for 25c
Grits, 2 pkgs. for . 25c
Argo Starch, 2 for 15c
Clipper Peas, No. 1, 3 for 25c
FEED STUFF
Plain Shorts, per 100 $3.40
Brown Shorts, per 100 $3.15
Bran, per sack $2.65
Dry Alfalfa Meal, per 100 $2.50
Corno Ken Feed, 100 lb sack $4.50
Nutro Hen Feed, per sack . . $4.15
Oats, 160 lb sack $5.45
Cotton Seed Hulls, per 100 $1.10
Fgg Mash, 10 lbs 55c
Beef Scrap, 10 lbs 75c
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Phone 18S9. Cor. Lloyd & Davis Sts. Phona 1890
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
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Bicycles Fishing: Tackle Baseball Goods
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One Pound Boxes
S cesits
MARTAN
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MAXIX CHERRIES
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These Candies Have Earned a Reputation for Goodness in Every
Pensacola Home.
Don't You Forget It.
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the bowies but 'I
improve the apptite and strengthen l r
the digestion. They contain no pepsin j
on the stomach and enable it to per- , u
form its functions naturaliy. Adv. jg;
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Phone 123. B
h:
Skookum Apples, per doz. 50c
Cod Fish, 2 boxes 35c
Salt Herring, doz $1.50
Spanish Mackerel, large 20c
Brookfield Butter, lb. ...75c
Swift's Oleo, 2 lbs 75c
Armour's Vegetole,
4 lb bucket $1.40
Armour's Vegetole,
8 lb bucket $2.75
Swift's Premium Ham,
lb 372c
Picnic Ham, lb 27'
Smoked Bacon, lb ...... 35c
Breakfast Bacon, lb ....40c
Lard, lb 28 '2c
Maxwell House Coffee,
3 lb can $1.50
Maxwell House Coffee
1 lb can 50c
Tall Cream, 3 cans 50c
Magnolia Milk, can .....20;
Libby's Milk, large can . . 20c
Big It Tomatoes, No. '.
can . . . 10c
Clipper Brand Peas, No. 1
can 10c
Potted Meat, G cans 25c
Vienna Sausage, 2 cans . . 25c
Veal Loaf, can 15c
American Sardines, can ... 7c
Libby's Apple Butter,
1 lb can : 18c
Pumpkin, No. 3 can 15c
Libby's Apple Butter,
2 lb can 35c
Libby's Salad Dressing,
large jars 30c
Van Camp's Peanut Butter,
15c jars 10c
Van Camp's Peanut Butter,
25c jars 20c
Libby's Pork and Bean3,
large can 15c
Libby's Corn, No. 2 can . .15c
Bee Brand Peas, No. 2 can 15c
Smoked Salmon; can ....20c
Salmon, large can 25c
Red Beans, can 20c
Heinz Spaghetti, large can 20c
Sweet Potatoes, can 15c
Sauer Kraut, No. 2 10c
Atmore's Mince Meat,
z pKgs Zoc p.
Raisins, pkg 20c
Dromedary Dates, pkg. ..25c
Prunes, lb 25c
Heinz Relish, large jars, 40c
Pickled Onions, jar 10c f
Calumet Baking Powder
large can
Jam, per can .',
Pimento Cheese, can ....18c
Macaroni-Spaghetti,
G pkgs. ; . . .25c
Pat-a-Cake, pkg. 30c
.25c
. 18c
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