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THE PENS A COL A JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1921.v ' r TODAY the last day of the Galvanized Ware Sale These prices-. are lower than the wholesale quota tions in Pensacola today. g-Quart, galvanized pall 23c 10-quart galvanized pail 30c 12-quart galvanized pail 35c No. 0 galvanized tubs 60c No. 1 galvanized tubs 75o No. 2 galvanized tubs 90c No. 3 galvanized tub $1.00 1-gal. galvanized oil cans ....35c B-gal. galvanized oil cans $1.03 4-o.t. galvanized sprinklers. .43c 6-qt. galvanized sprlnklti s. . . .C0c fc-qt. galvanized sprinklers. . .65c lO-qt. galvanized sprinklers. .. 800 RAY'S CORNER HARDWARE Right at Ray's. Right on the Corner. EMORY AND HENRY ANNOUNCE SCHEDULE Ttimi Have Made Remarkable Prog ressMany Important Games to Be Played. KMOUY. Va Fob. 11. Emory and Henry college's sixth , year of Inter collegiate football calls for a number of Important Karnes this full. Ath letic Director Thomas B. Fullerton, In Announcing the 1921 schedule today, declared the team had made remark able jjrngreKS since it took up the rport. Nine gumes have been sched uled thus far with one date remain ing open. The schedule: Sept. 2-1 University of Tennessee, at Kno.xvillo, Tenn. Oct. 1 Million college at" Emory. Oct. 8 Washington and Lee unl ven Ity, at Lexinrjton, Va. Oit. 13 (Open). Oct. 22 Trinity college at I'mory. Oct. 0 Lynchburg college at Cm cry. Nov. 3 Roanoke college nt Salem, Ya. . Nov 1 1-" Tuwulum college at Bris tol. Vu.-Teitn. Nov. 1 8 -MuryUlo college at Ma ryvllle, Tenn. Nov. 24 Kit. g college at Bristol, V.i.-Term. Injects annually kill trees valued M ?T0.(iOO,OO0. , - seed potato cutter has been In- ruled which cuts two potatoes at a time .rito four pieces each. How Gsts 4B Eggs A Day Instead Of 3 Mr. Vincent Cured. Hit Hens f the Loafing HaDlt. Easily Don. Mr opplT has tnrrresrd wonder felly, turly In January, 1 started using lion Sldk. T hnd been getting about A fgs tmt other day from To hens. Ity tbo end of January I was eHting 30 rtgs fL a day. In two wtki more. 4CfiTf1i. 1 Trn 6-t'" a nay." u- w- Vlnrent. South. Ky. f?-4- Mr. Vlnecnt'a results. In January, prov teat you ran i-t the esgs when ecs are ViiwK It .a ,f..,,tKl.. m r i roit rotlnns; to try. l.lvc your hens Uon Sunn aod wtch re sults for one month. If you don't find that It paya for Itself end rare yoa a good profit besides, simply tell tta ard your money will be ehwrfully refunded. Ion Sung (Chinese for rgff-laytnc) Is a clentlfle tonic ond conditioner. It le easily Sivn In the feed. Improves the heo'a ralth (id makes her stronger end more ctlre. It tones up th eKir-larin orftens, ard arete the (T(fs, no matter how cold or wet the weather. lion S'inr can be obtained promptly from your druKglst or poultry remedy dealer, or roil $1.04 (Includes war Us) for a park ace by mall prepaid. Burrcll-Dugger Co., 214 Columbia Bldgu Indianapolis, lad. BuyGoodGoods. TOR HEALTH'S SAKE 1 For instance, Paul's Jams? Where could you get a better one? The price is 50c. Fancy Norway Mackerel, 25c. Imported Sardines, 20c-23c "Monarch" Brand Lobster, 1-2 lb. 50c. Japanese Crab Meat, 1-2 lb. 50c. WE DELIVER Hoyt Bros., & Co. 103-103 N. Palafox. Phone 812. P. S Gardner's Cakes, Just In. MRS. H. O. PETERS, of . Kansas City, Mo., whose experience with Tanlac has been nothing less than won derful, declares her husband. After her improvement he takes it himself and his health is also restored. f : S4 "One day a frienu persuaded my wife to take Tanlac and the results have been nothing less than wonder ful. Her troubles have not only en tirely di.sappeared, but she has actu ally gained twenty . pounds in weight and now seems to be in perfect health. She has suffered for eight years with headaches, nervousness and loss of appetite ajul was In a badly run-down condition. She could not eat much, had pains all through her body and was so weak at times she could hardly stand on her feet- She was losing weight and gradually getting worse all the time in spite of all we Could do. "After seeing tho splendid results my wife wan getting I began taking Tanlac myself and before I had finish ed my second bottl, I was eating things I. had not dared touch before ia a long time. I am now eating just anything set before me and my appe tite is fine. I suffered for five years with tho worst kind of stomach trou ble and nervous indigestion, but it has relieved me entirely. Wo bath owe Tanlac a great debt of gratitude." The aboe enthusiastic statement was made recently by Herbert O. Pe ters, well known citizen of Kansa City, Missouri, residing at 534 Walnut street. Tanlac is sold in Pensacola by the Crystal Pharmacy. WORLD'S RECORDS MADE AT MIAMI Four New Ones Established at Annual Motor Boat Regatta. MIAMT. Ha., Feb. 11. Four world's records were established here today by K)er boats '. competing in the annual motor Ixiat regatta, conducted according to American ivr boat rules. Two were made by Gar, Jr.', owned and driven by (3. A. Wood. of . Detroit. .Mien., and two by Irlo II, with the owner. Ueorge Leary, Jr., of New York, ut the wheel. The first event was a 10-mile race for express cruisers for the Star Island tro phy. It was won by Car. Jr., J I. in 1S:.".G 43. an average of 32 2-10 miles n hour. (Jar. Jr.. 11, also broke the existin" record for two miles during this even by covering the two-mile lap in iijree minutes and 39 seconds. In the 50-mile race for open displace ment boat. Orlo 11 was victorious over Adieu, the winner of Thursday's race, and llainlMiw. the Canadian speed boat. Hering - the dixtanee in one hour. 17 minutes and 33 seconds. In this race. Oi lo II. covered the twen-ly-flrst lap of two miles in three nvn ctes flat, or 40 mileM an hour, tl-.ertby establishing a world's record for tui ins tance for btKtts. of this type. FISH AND GAME TO BE PROTECTED Association to Be Formed to Uroe Laws for Conservation of Great Re sources of State. A permanent organization to urge the conservation of the fish, animal and bird life of tho county and state will be furiiivd at a meeting of interested persons" to be held at the chamber of commerce rooms next Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A temporary organization was per fected at a meeting of a number of those interested at the chamber of com merce rooms last night. W. Chipley Jones was mad, temnnmrv aVr. Jones outlined the object of tho I imnndofl nronniT, t . . . . i . In view of the great inroads being made on the fish, game and bird life of the county and state, it would seem that if these resources and the revenue derived from them is to he continued that some means must be taken for their protec tion from wanton or careless waste, Mr. Jones said. Fish are one of Florida's largest com mercial assets as well as one of her greatest attractions for sportsmen and with adeouate law f. ti.. .:w. j of protection may continue so. said Mr. Jones. The state cannot afford to let her fish and game resources be so de pleted, as th.ey will, unless the proer laws are made and enforced. A committee composed of Bleeker Forbes, Frank Touart and W. Chipley Jones was named last night to outline a permanent organization to be effected at the meeting Thursday night. The Game and Fish Protective asso ciation proposed to form for Escambia county will urge legislation that will adequately serve to protect and con serve the fl.sh and game resources of the state. It Is suggested that the Alabama law for the protection of game and fish with minor and major changes to suit Flor ida conditio as. will be used as a guide in the drafting of suggested legislation for the conservation of these resources of the state. Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti septic; it kill the poison caused from infected cuts, curat old sores, totter, etc. Adv. Market Conditions The Latest Wire Reports on Cotton, Bonds, Stocks, Etc. STOCK TRADING EXTREMELY DULL Impending Double Holiday Quiets a Sluggish Market- NEW YORK. Feb. 11. Waiving all other adverse or negative. factors, the impending double holiday was of it self sufficient to reduce operations in the slock market today to insignifi cant proportions and trifling price changes. Reading was the only outstanding exception to the general rule, that stock being under persistent pressure as a result of reports which intimated that the segregation plan may prove' unfavorable to common shareholders. Interests identified with the company were quoted, however, as declaring that no definite plan has been formu lated. Trading otherwise -was made up al most exclusively of the usual lead ers in the oil, steel, food and miscel laneous divisions, with a sprinkling of utilities including Peoples Gas, Western Union Telegraph and Twin City Rapid Transit. Minimum quo tations were established in the first hour when increased offerings of Reading, which closed at a loss of 3 7-S points, 'depressed other rails, as well as leaders in the oil, metal and affiliated groups. The bond market was d'lll to the point of ( extinction and changes ' in that quarter reflected the hesitant tone of stocks. Ldberty issues were an exception, virtually all but the 3 1-2's ending at gains. Total sales, par value, were $S,125,000. All the leading foreign exchange markets were firm to strong, dealers reporting larger bids for sterling, French and Bel-ian francs and remit tances to Switzerland, but Scandi navian rates registered little change. ORLEANS COTTON MAKES ADVANCES Better Feeling in Spot Market Stim ulates Buying. NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 11. Small advances persisted during the gTeater part of the session in cotton today, moderate buying being stimulated by a somewhat better feeling in the spot department loyally, and at some points in the interior while highest prices were reached on telegrams frcm both Texas and Oklahoma indi cated a reduction cf 35 per cent in the acreage this sptring. At the high est the trading months were 13 to JL4 points over the level of yesterday's close, with March at 13.36. Prices gradually sagged toward the end of the day and closing quotations were at net gains of 2 to 7 points. March closing at 13.26. The trading of the opening was af fected by better cables than due but after advances of 6 to 8 points offer ings increased, evidently coming from traders who expected bearish Janu ary iconsi'mption figures from the census bureau the first thing Monday morning. The market gradually fell off until it stood at net losses of 6 to 10 points, with March down to 13.12, but after the middle of the mofning its tone was steadier. Mill takings for the week of 213,000 against 2S3.000 last week seemed to have the effect of lessening the de mand in the late trading. WEEK IN COTTON . MARKET WAS DULL Bad Trade Conditions in England Had Effect of Halting Buying. (By Associated Press) NEW YORK. Feb. 11 The cotton market has b-;;n less active during the week. Continued reports of Brit ish trade depression and apprehen sions Oi spot liquidation in the south led to further pressure which sent March contracts off to 13.10 on Tues day or even with the previous low level of the season. Offerings then became lighter and there were ral lies from the lowest on covering and Wall street buying. The former was promoted by the approach of the hol iday and the failure of eastern belt spot offerings to develop as import antly as expected while some Wall street buying was reported on expec tations of improving general trade conditions next month. The demand was not general, however, and busi ness tapered off very materially to ward the end of the woek, suggesting a tendency to await further develop ments either in export trade pros pects, the action of Southern spot markets with the advance of new crop preparations or acreage prospects. The probability of a reduction in the acreage planted is believed to have been strengthened by the recent action of prices, but traders are of conflict ing opinion as to whether the reduc tion will amount to as much as 33 1-3 per cent. There have been further re ports of cotton coming here 'from the south for delivery on March contracts, including shipments from New Or leans, aud Liverpool cables report prospects for deliveries on March in the market there owing to the lack of Manchester dmard. There has been very little change in the news from the domestic goods trade but sales of print cloths in the Fall River market for the week were estimated at 120,000 pieces which Indi cated an Improvement over tho pre vious week and a further increase of domestic mill operations has been re ported. The census report showing domestic consumption for January is scheduled for publication next Tues- day, and Is expected to show an in crease as compared with the December figures. Reports of a better demand for low grades were received from the south toward the end of the week in cluding an inquiry from Germany, and Mississippi cotton growers are said v be shipping considerable 'cotton to Germany on the toll system through one of their organizations. COTTON MARKET IS IRREGULAR Prices Fluctuated Within Narrow Range Throughout Session (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Feb. 11. The- cotton market was irregular today with prices fluctuating- within a range of 20 to 25 points. An early decline to 13.82 lor May was followed by a rally to 14.60, but that position closed at 13.97 with the general market doing steady at a net advance of 3 to 20 points. The market opened steady at an ad vance of 10 points to a decline of 3 points, generally a shade higher, but soon turned easier on weakness in Liverpool, the continued unfavorable character of Manchester trade advices and liquidation by recent buyers for a reaction. Active months sold about 9 to 12 points below last night's close but the market then steadied on cov ering promoted by the steadier tone In New Orleans and reports of a bet ter demand for low grades in the south. March sold from 13.43 to 13.63 and July from 14.20 to 14.40, or about 8 to 15 points not higher, but business for fresh account was held in check by holiday considerations and closing prices were a few points off from the best under renewed realizing. Local brokers attributed much of the day's business and irregularity to a further reduction of outstanding in terest for over the Lincoln day ad journment as all futures markets will be closed from tonight until next Tuesday morning. The midday ad vance was probably promoted by es timates that sales of print cloths in the Fall River market for the veek wonld amount to 120,000 pieces com pared with 90,000 for the previous week, but the news feature mostly discussed was the better spot advices from New Orleans. According to pri vate wires the demand came from American mills chiefly although some Inquiry was also reported from Ger many. The local certificated stock as of February 10 .'amounted to 93,146 bales, including 4,482 bales inspected since February 5. DAILY COTTON TABLE. Port Mover tent. Rec. 5,173 8.464 259 1,078 200 44 1.286 827 872 50 Mid. 13.25 13.25 13 00 14.00 13.00 13.00 13.85 14.10 .13.85 Stock. 434,748 337,000 23,920 150,414 247,857 20,660 5.115 78.2S1 4.210 11.784 4,835 108,847 2,295 New Orleans Galveston . Mobile . . . Savannah. . Charleston . Wilmington. Texas City . Norfolk . . Baltimore . Boston . . . Philadelphia New York . Minor ports. Total today . 18,355 Total for week 114,377 Total for season 4.290,676 Interior Movement. Mid. Rec. 1,430,010 Stock. 356,864 380,098 160,078 28,898 61,520 Houston . Mem; his . Augusta . St. Louis . Little Rock . 12.80 6.218 . 1400 2,9 26 13.00 14.00 13.75 606 7,892 31 Total today . . . 17,873 987,528 666 will break a Cold, Fever end Grippe quicker than anything we know, preventing pneumonia. COTTON OIL HIGf-fCR. x NEW YORK. Feb. 11. Cottonseed oil was active and higher on good buying by commission houses and short covering ahead of the holiday. Outside long oil came on tne market in the, advance but offerings were well taken and the mar ket . eloped 10 to 15 points net higher. Sales. 21,600 barrels. -Crude oil was a shade higher. Prime crude. 5C0 sales; prime summer yellow, spot. 725; March, 70; May. 838; July S65, all bid. There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard But the old-fashioned mustard plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and help that taustard plasters gave, without the plaster and without the blister. . Musterole does it. IK is a clean, white ointment; made with oil of mus tard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does cot blister the tendexest skin. Gently massage Musterole in with the finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re lief how speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil blains, frosted feet colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 35c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00 GRAND OTHER KNEW COTTON STATISTICS LIVERPOOL,, Feb. ll.Weekly cot ton statistics: Total forwarded to mills, 36,000 oales, of which American 29,000; stock. 1,012,000; American, 640,000; imports, 52,000; American, 44,000. Exports, 10.000. WHEAT IS LOWER. CHICAGO, Feb. 11. Pre-holiday profit taking by longs had a good deal to do today with bringing about declines in the wheat market. Closing prices were unsettled at 1 1-4 to 2 l-4c net lower. Corn finished unchanged to l-4o higher: oats, 1-S to l-4c down, and provisions off 12 to 5 cents. U NAVAL STORES M tt 8 :; 3 :: a u :: r n u n ix a PENSACOLA Receipts .:'rl4.s, 12; rosin, 61. fc?ui.-.ien;.- .-;:;rits, 161; rosin, 125. 1 Stocks Sii,i, 10.633; rosin, 67.SS3. JACKSONVILLE JACKSOW 1LI.E, Feb. 11. Turpen tine Unchanged; sales, "0; receipts, 1U5; shipments. 0; stock. 26,366. Rosin Unchanged; sales, 0; re ceipts, 5S3; shipmens, 0! stock, 180, 347. 'Quotation B to WW, $11.30. LOUISIANA MOB IS INVESTIGATED (By Associated Press) PLAQFETMINE. La., Feb. 10. The special session of the Iberville parish grand Jury, called to investigate the lynching of George Werner, negro, about a week ngo, reported to the dis-, trict court today that it had been un-' sJble to secure sufficient evidence to warrant an indictment or a single clue that might lead to the discovery of the Identity of any one connected with the crime. 4 special session was called at the instance of Gov. John M. Parker, who was a vitnes3 before the jury and who issued a statement fol-j lowing the lynching condemning mob , violence. Werner was lynched by a nob fol- lowing the shooting and serious wounding of Numa Tircuit, a young planter. A WOMAN'S RECOMMENDATION. Mrs. D. T CTryor. Franklin Av., Otse- : go, O., writes: "Nine years ago I was j very much afflicted with kidney trou-1 ble- I bought different kinds of medi- cine, but all to no effect .until one day I bought a box of Foley's Kidney Pills. ! I realized so great a benefit from the use of that box that I feel safe in recommending Foley's Kidney Pills to' any kidney sufferers." They relieve ! badrohe, sore muscles, rheumatic pains an2 bladder ailments. Sold ev erywhere. ANNUAL TEA PARTY HAS JUST CLOSED Uncle Sam's Testers Have Sampled Year's Supply. i (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Feb. 10. Uncle Sam's official and annual tea party has just been held here. Far from tho tittering throngs which loll about the peacock alleys of effete hotels and Broadway's daintiest tearooms each afternoon, seven sturdy men partook of nearly a thousand cups of tea in the workaday environ ment of a government warehouse. Scores of samples were offered these official connoiseures. They sni'fed, sippjed, tasted, arid then used a gigantic cuspidor for a target. They determined jvhether each specimen had enough or too much theine, some times known as a kick. The seven of them composed the United States bonrd of tea experts. One member of thd board came from each of the fol lowing cities: New York, Boston, Charleston, San thariKyou- P I always use esiiiQi "T never fail to look for the bine box' with the opal Jar Inside, and nothing else wfll do as 1 am con vinced that Beslnol Ointment cannot be excelled for eczema, racihas, and similar irritations." This is the at titude of hundreds of people who know that Basinol's gentle medica tion rarely tafls to stop itching and burning at ence and restore skin health. An druggists sell tt hi twm stBea arr la bulk. JBoatraa the MeaMa. R PECANS! PECANS! 25c per pound SPECIALLY PRICED FOR TODAY SATURDAY Better get yours as early as possible, as never will you have such an opportunity of buy ing such pecans as these are at such a low price. PARLOR MARKET 173 PHONES 174 Francisco, Tacoma, Chicago, St. -Paul.. Each year they choose eight mini mum standards, and no tea below the fixed quality, purity or fitness for consumption may be imported. Tea", they exclaimed between tastes, Is the superb stimulant. It keys up tho brain without causing a remorse ful hangover. Swiss guides- favor It and Peary drank it exclusively in his final dash for the pole. Furthermore, they said, tea is just as cheap now as 25 or 50 years ago. TODAY IS CANDY DAY With Every Caslt Purchase of 50c or More a Box of 1 WHITMAN'S CANDY FREE The Cryotal Pharmacy THE REXALL STORE We Sell for Less Our Proof Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb 5c Cottolene, 8-lb. bucket 1.28 Cottolene, 4-lb. bucket 68c Compound Lard, per lb 13V2C Honey Boy S. R. Flour, 24 lbs. for 1.50 Nell Rose S. R. Flour, 24 lb 1.45 Colonial Flour, 24-lb. : . .1.50 Gonzalez Meal, per peck 35c Hudnut's Grits, per box 10c Hudnut's Oatmeal, 2 for ........... 25c vanCamp's Tall Cream, 3 for ...... . 40c VanCamp's Small Cream, per doz. ..... .70c Magnolia Milk, per can 20c Best Canned Corn, 2 for 25c Issue Bacon, per can ; 2.25 No. 2 Tomatoes, per cioz 1.05 Pure Cane Syrup, gallon . .1.00 Brookfield Butter, lb 58c Nut Oleo, per lb. 28c Irish Potatoes, 15-lb. peck 35c Octagon Washing Powder, 6 for 25c Octagon Soap, per doz 55c Fairy Soap, 2 bars for : . 15c Lenox Soap, 3 bars for .10c Camel Cigarets, per box . ..1.55 Chesterfield Cigarets, box ... . . . . .1.55 Prince Albert Tobacco, can 14c U. S. Marine Tobacco, doz. .96c Bull Durham Tobacco, doz 96c Dime Snuffs, per doz 95c Brown's Mule Tobacco, plug ,25c Apple Suncured Tobacco, plug ..27V2C Duck Head Overalls, per suit . ....... .4.00 APPLEGATE GROCERY Co. e i The Costa and arry Store 516 N. 9th Avonue VENEREAL DISEASES TREATED FREE Government Clinic, 124 E. Zarragossa St. Hours: Tuesdays, 8:45 a. m. for 606. Rest of week Women, 3 p. m.j Men 4:30 p. m. PHONE 216 NOTICE Having purchased the Ludowici & Collins R. R. operating between Collins and Ludo wici, Ga., will be glad to hear from anyone interested in purchasing rails, etc. LOUIS H. METZGER Office: 909-10-11 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Mobile, Ala. Dr Miller has moved his dental of (ice to 202 .' zierican National Bank Building. MOVED D. W. BERRY LAWYER FISHER BUILDING PHONE 540.