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TtlE rerSACOl,A JOUKNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1910.
)B BALE Four-room house on 40-foot
lot at ion t.at jaciuon street, .trice,
11600. Q. A. Dahlatrom. 23junelm
FOR SAU3 A ba.rra.tn: Two-story houaa.
alx rooms, two halls and one-story
waiiina;; tour roorai and hail on 4V iota
a worm raiarox. Bearing milt trees
APD'.y Hubblrd'a store. phone 985.
FOR SALE Household furniture,
chlnaware, brass kettle, piano.
fttftar, etc. 1102 E. Gadsden. Phone
FOB BALE A lirht phaeton, roller bear
inc. runs aa llzht as a very Hint bun cry :
easy and comfortable. At Pensacola
FOR SALS tOO faet of thoroughly sea
son ad juniper from 13 to IS inches wide;
excellent for boat buildlnc. Address E.
Campbell, 800 E. Qadsdeu street, city, or
phone 14(. 19Junelw
FOR SALE Cheap, lot I, block 14, In
Kupfrlan Park. Address Box 503,
Jterldlan. Miss. 16Junelm
OR HALE Five-caasenrar steam car In
perfect oondltlon; fully equipped. Can
fee seen at the Mutual Motor Car Co.'s
Oarage, so E. Zarragonsa. Will aell at
argain or trade ror city property.
TOR BALE 25.000 to 80,000 resin barrel
stares, standard size: well manufac
tured. Address Stearns & Culver Lumber
ampany, Bagdad. Florida. ZljuneJt
'OR BALE Fifteen thoroughbred bar-
red nymouth kock nens. ur. liiir.
SALE Lady's three-atone diamond
ress No. 129, care Journal. 19Junelw
R 8ALE Cale pianos In good condi
tion, cheap. Apply 110 E. Jackson.
FOR SALS Crystal White Orpington
. Chickens, two cocks, four hens, ten
chickens age 3 months, five chickens age
I1X weeks. "Kelierstrass strain. rnon
0S0, 9052. A. C. Hobson. 17junelw
FOR SALE B0 Juniper boat sides, 1 to
14 feet long, utameier at email ena. u
to 20 inches; also 6.000 feet of good Junl-
1ar for boat building at bargain prices,
n lots of more than 1,000 feet. Delivered
at Mllvlew. Address A. F. Cory, Semi
pole, Ala., or B. C. Duval, Pensacola,
FOR SALE Cheap, one Incubator, 150
egg capacity and one 100-egg capacity,
both in flrat-class condition. Apply to Dr.
Tiller. 310 Blount building. 14Jun
FOR SALE 40600 acres of
1 virgin pine lands in Wash
ington county, Florida, 9000
stares round timber, 1600
acres boxed. ' Terms easy.
Address Knowles Brothers,
owners, Pensacola, Fla. 143una
Furniture for salexow used in
rooming house, rurcnaser can lease
house If desired. Two blocks from Blount
Eulldlng. Address. R. C. N.. care Jour
FOR 8ALFJ Having decided to move to
another state, I will sell my fruit and
Vinch stand, which I have conducted for
ien years at SI 8 9. Palafox atreet. If you
aWnt a No. I stand, get busy at once. G.
A. Dahlstrom. 19june lw
JOH SALE Everything; Inside an office,
from a pin up. H. J. Mackey 4 Co.,
'US American National Bank Building.
OR BALE Tents and tarpaulins, all
sizes, for sale or rent. Phone 1176. A.
McLeod ft Co., 70 a. faiarox. 17may
WILL BUT old gold and silver at high
eat market price. I need It In my man
ufacturing department. If you have any
aivise me ana my representative will can
you cannot semi, lnauus fnea, HIS
Palafox, opposite the postofflce. 13Jan
OVB WOOD Dry and well seasoned.
Pine, 11.00 a load; oak, 21.25; mixed,
.15. Phone tis for Immediate delivery.
i port Fuel and Ice Co., Phone 363. ISmch
B WILL build you a house on vour own
, plan, and sell you on payments like
ent. iesne is. tsrooKS company, 43 south
alafox street. decl3tf
R SALE One rood two-horse wacron
cheap. Apply to B. A. Davis's Monu
ental Works. No. 6. S. Palafox streeL
ensacola, Fla. Phone 592. 23ap
OR BALE The very best plumbing abil
ity ana materials at lowest prices, fcistl
nateft furnished. E. G. Acosta. Phone
S. Corner Zarragossa and Jefferson.
5R SALE S0-H. P. statlonarv nrpam
enrlne. In Perfect condition. Han been
replaced by 80-H. P. engine. William
risher, 206 South Palafox St., Pens? cola,
J"OR 8ALE One second-hand Falrbank's
Standard Floor Seal In good condition,
fapaclty 3,000 pounds. Call at 400 S.
. Palafox street. lljunelm
SO TO C. T. DAVIS for! bargains. Fur
niture, new or second-hand bought and
told for cash or credit. Mattresses made
o order; old ones renovated; called for
Xni returned same day. 114 E. Belmont
Jt. Phone 771. 16dec
FOR SALE American National Bank
stock. Make best offer. Address "52."
jsare Journal. 7june
OR SALE 10 to 20 shares United States
Wireless preferred stock, 132.50 per
fthare. 100 shares Burlingama Tel. Tvpe
Vrlter, tl.60; 50 Collins Wireless Tele
Shone, $1.75; 5 to 60 Marooni preferred,
19.50, and many others. A. L. Deibt-1
ylerce Bldg., St. Louis. Mo. 7junlm
OR SALE A bargain my dwelling, No.
314 South Alcants street, fronting on
Seville Square; contains 9 large, well ven
'jllated rooms and reception hall. Suitable
jr boarding or rooming. Only object in
Selling is to be with my children in Okla
homa. Mrs. Lucy Thompson. 29maylm
OR SALE An established millinery
business. Address P. O. Box 817. 29may
"OR SALE Horses three good ones for
saie at nan price. Clutter Music
OR 8ALE Remington typewriter. No.
i, in gooa conaition. rice J59 01. Will
Hake terms. Address P. O. Box 691.
R SALE SOS East Gadsden street. 5-
room house witn nan. All modern con
veniences. Price, $2500 cash. Write J.
f. McOuire, 41j Burlesen street. San
Antenla, Texas. 27maylm
ioME OLD PAPERS Excellent for put
ttng under carpets and malting. Nice
and clean for any purpose. Tied up In
eat bundles of 50 at 5 cents a bundle,
jtoURISTS will find the Journal s Pana
ma Canal Edition Just the thing to send
Jo friends at home. It Is filled with at
tractive pictures, scenes and views from
Jover to cover. Price, 15c at bookstores
er at this oiru-e.
yOR SALE Juniper, pine and cypress
shinjrles In quantities to suit purchaser.
Walker, Flomatou. Ala. 26ma lm
FOR SALE Modern house, six rooms
and bath; pantry, front and back gal
lery, sewer connections: lot 40 feet front.
Close in. at 202 Church street, between
j'lasa and Seville Square, at 13000. A
bargain. Apply above address. 22malm
, ATTRACTIVE INVESTMKNT Twelve-
room hotel and livery stiible. in Cen
tury, Fla., near railroad "depot. A. K.
Hlninan. Century, fla. dccJUU
in nn inmr 13
nun 1 1111 hi 11 mi 11
flNU ill H mliC
Shipping Transactions and
Notes of Interest Along
the Bay Front.
Circulars were yesterday received
by the customs inspectors citing the
new law s-nvernlnc tha nnpratinn nf
motor boats, and covering the inspec
tion ana licensing 01 officers or motor
boats. The law becomes effective
July 9, and it Is being studied care
fully by the several men here whose
duty It will be to enforce the statute.
It has been detailed previously in
With the Packets.
The river steamers Capt. Fritz, Ver
non, Belle and J. P. Williams were
here yesterday, having brought down
a cargo of naval stores and then be
gan taking on cargoes of merchandise
for the return trip. The Capt. Fritz
will be the first one to get out. and
will leave at 7 o'clock this morning.
The barks Britta and Earl Derby are
moored at Palafox wharf, discharging
ballast in the cribs there. The Earl
Derby will be towed to the stream to
day to start on cargo.
Two SaMd. ,
The British steamship Thurland Cas
tle, and the Uruguayan bark Alfredo,
both left port yesterday for their re
spective destinations. The steamer
put in Monday afternoon for coal.
Handled Cargo Record Time.
Five thousand barrels of T vol
Stores were Disced ahnarH tho ctoam.
ship Griqua yesterday, for Rotterdam.
The work is reeardprf as a ronnrrl-
breaker at this port.
Lighthouse Tender at Wharf.
The lurhthouse ten
which was dispatched here to repair
tha Fair Point beacon, yesterday
steamed up to the east side of Palafox
wharf and remained practically the
whole of the dav at that m nnra era
on the overturned 'beacon today.
Thimblebv. Br ss. MothersdaTe. 1151
for Port Inglis, with 90 tons coal.
Br ss Thurland Castle for Ghent.
Urug bk Alfredo.
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED LIST.
Skinton Castle. Br ss. 2430. r.ntv.
en; eld Antwerp May 22.
Marie Elsie. Br. 1662. Windows ir
Buenos Ayres March 18.
Oakmoor, Br (new), 1754, Mlkkelaen.
aid Montevideo April 7.
Mrionlth. Ital, 1366, Bianchi. aid
Montevideo Feb. 25.
Hildegard, Ger bk, 1603, Bohndorf;
sld Bremen May 24. .
San Pedro, Urug bk. 1061. Olivlar
sailed Barcelona April 24.
Queen of Scots, Nor, 1296. Sorensen.
Id Rio Janeiro March 17.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
Griqua, Br ss, 2880, Crome, New
FOR SALE Two BDrlnar wa irons for snip.
cneap. wuier music House. aprlliotf j
FOR SALE 96 acres of land, half mile !
acres timber land. Apply to Dr. T. A.
rr, ium i,asi uesoio street. I4june
FOR SALE Second-hand machinery, all
kinds. Soma wnnA T c
Walton. SIS S. Palafox street. Pensacola!
k on. tl!IZ51une
t LIVE STOCK
PETALUMA Incubators and Brooders,
Baby Chicks and Esrars from fancy
poultry for sale at The Reeds' Hatchery
320 North Barcelona street. 8mav
BARCLAY HOUSE, Mlllljran. Fla.. oppo
site the station. Everything new and
clean. Special attention to commercial
men. Rate. $2.00 per day. jan2Stf
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Panama City. Fla.
New, first-class, up-to-date. Now
open to the public. Jl-60 to $2.00 per day
Special rates by the week. J. B. Hoge
boom. Prop. ?mcbtf
F. . A. M.
Regular communication of Es
4 camhia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M
Vajf Friday. June 24th. at 7:30 p. m
vvorK in tne ai. m. aepre. Vis-I
itlns brethren fraternally invited, j
E. J. QVIGLET. V. M.
Pensacola Loage No. 4, I. O. O. F.
Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F
meets every Thursday night at 7:30 at
their hall, corner Baylen and Belmont
streets. Visitors cordially invited.
WM. J. PACE,
P. H. CRANSTON. X. Q.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN.
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa
tion meets at Recorder's Court Room
the first Friday in each month at 8:00
J. N. ANDREWS,
DAX MCRPHT, President.
PRING Gentle Spring
Sound! prsfty ale slira jos ting If,
but whan tha bad blood In your system
begins ts show itstlr In BOiLS, CAR
BUNCLES, ABSCESSES, BLOTCHES,
ERUPTIONS. Etc.. an nonrtaea and
body It isn't so ales. TAKE
SIMMONS -LIVER REGULATOR
ROW to waks op your LITER, purify yoor 1
Blood aid rid tha system of all Impurt-
nes accumtiiaiea aunng the Biniir.
S1MMQHS LIVER REGULATOR Is the
Best Blood Purifier
ft GRAMD MA 0
Fare, Round Trip, 10 Cents
Regular FRIDAY AND SUNDAY
schedule as follows:
Leave City 10:10 a. m., 3:10 p. m.,
7:15 p. m.
Leave Pavilion 1 p. m., 6 p. m., 9
MONARCH HOTEL AND PAVIL
ION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON. Bathing suits may be hired there.
Fish dinner and other , refreshments
will be served at all hours.
York, to South Atlantic Steamshio
Dictator, Br ss, 2C5S, Nicholsen,
Port Arthur, to John A. Merritt &
Julia Luckenbach, Am ss, 1977, Dal
ton, Galveston, to John A. Merritt fe
Brookwood, Br ss. 2S20. Brown, New
port News, to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Thimblebv, Br ss, 1233, .Motherdale,
Pomaron. to John A. Merritt & Co.
Fridtjof Nansen, Nor ss, 2094, Mei-i
del. Vera Cruz, to !
Vivina, Span ss, 19S3, Arroteui. Liv- j
erpool via Cuban ports and Tampa, to !
the Gulf Transit Company. i
Maren, Nor bk, 13D2, Olsen, Barba
dos, to order.
Pedro Lacave, Span bk, 509. Maris-
tany, Havana, to Pensacola Lumber
.Earl Derby, Ital bk, 93S, Schapna-
cassee, Bahia Blanca, to Ro-asco Bros.
Britta, Nor bk, 1233, Tormodsen,
Bahia, to Order.
Rjukan, Nor ss, 1556, Larsen, Mon
tevideo, to Rix M. Robinson.
Kenwood, A msch, 797, Allen, Mara
goani, to John A. Merritt & Co.
Marjorie A. Spencer, Am sch, 335,
Richard, Scranton. to John A. Merritt
Alice Lord, Am sch, 291, Kelly, Ha
vana, to order.
Hjalmar, Am sch, 55, Axelson, Car
denas, to Master.
Dysentery Is a dangerous disease
but can bo cured. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
has been successfully used in nine
epidemics of dysentery. It ras never
been known to fail. It is equally val
uable for children and adults, and
when reduced with water and sweet
ened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by
Tents and Tarpaulins to rent, any
size or style. Terms reasonable.
Phone 1176. A. H. Mcleod AND CO.
FOR THE BOYS
HARRY HOPPEN ARRANGES AN
OTHER OUTING FOR YOUNG
STERS OF THE Y. M. C. A.
The hoys of the junior, intermedi
ate and employed boys divisions of
the boys department of the Y. M. C.
A. will enjoy an "auto glide" starting
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, tha
outing having been arranged by Har
ry Hoppen, of the local Y. M. C. A. A
number of machines have been se
cured and he arrangement is for
the start to be made from the Y. M.
C. A. building. The route has not
been definitely decided upon. Thie
will be the last short trip for the
boys this season, as the association
will conduct a boys camp on Perdi
do hay from June 27 to July 16. The
camp will be in charge of Mr. Hop
pen and quite a number of camp ap
plications have been signed and turn
ed in. The boys are looking for
ward to an enjoyable three weeks of
outdoor life. An ideal camp site has
been fixed upon at Breezy Point on
Perdido bay at the mouth of Palmet
to creek, where fresh water fish
WHAT EVERYBODY OUGHT TO
That Foley Kidney Pi!! contain
jut the ineredients necessary to tone,
strengthen and regulate the action ot
the kidneys and bladder.
W. A. D'A'emberte, druggist and
apothecary, 121 S. Palafox M.
g SHE KNOWS 1
NAVAL STORES MARKET.
Savannah, June 22. The spirits of tur
pentine market opened and closed to-day,
Open, firm 58 to 5S 1-4
Close, firm 58 1-2 to 58 3-4
Sales, casks 04j
Receipts, casks soi
Shipments, casks To
Stocks, casks ; :.. 10.270
The close was firm, as follows.
WAV 6 30
WG 5 70 to 6 25
N 5 40 to 600
M 5 35 to 555
K 5 35 to 5 40
I ' 5 25 to 5 35
H 5 25 to 5 30
G 5 27 li to 5 3214
F o 25 to 5 30
E 5 20 to 5 2TVs
l 4 60 to 4 95
B 4 60 to 4 75
The rosin market opened firm, as fol
lows: WW 6 20 to 6 40
WG 5 95 to 6 25
N 5 40 to 6 00
M 5 35
K 5 30 to 5 35
I a 25 to 5 35
H 5 25 to 5 30
G 5 25 to 5 3o
V 5 25 to 5 30
B 5.25 to 5.30..
I . i 65 to 4 S.i
B 4 60 to 4 2.
Sales, barrels 2.373
Receipts, barrels 1,67)
Shipments, barrels U35
Stocks, barrels &VJ16
WALL STREET REVIEW.
By Associated Prsas.
New York, June 22. Small frac
tional concessions were shown today
in the opening prices for the majority
of stocks. A sprinkling of gains were
amongst the most prominent issues.
The amount of business was insignifi
cant. Southern Pacific declined 5-8
and Illinois Central advanced 3-4.
Speculation drifted along in an
aimless manner until the appearance
of considerable buying orders changed
the complexion of the dealings and
sent prices upwards. Union Pacific,
Reading, Great Northern Pfd., Chesac
peake and Ohio, Amalgamated Copper,
American Sugar, People's Gas; Ameri
can Smelting, General Electric and
Republic Steel preferred gained 1.
National Biscuit improved 2 1-4.
The cheerful tone of the speculative
sentiment was in response to the de
cline in wheat and reports of mod
erate temperature in the northwest.
The quick sale of New York Central
lines equipment notes an improving
Further improvements in prices
were made with some long blocks
of United States Steel changing hands.
American Sugar jumped 3 1-2, Reading
and North American 2, Union Pacific
2, and Atchison, N. Y. C. and South
ern Pacific, Pacific Mail and Interna
tional Harvester 1.
Stocks were in scanty supply at cur
rent prices and . bids were raised
steadily to fill orders. Trading was
quiet and was mostly in th best
known stocks. St. Paul, Canadian Pa
cific, Denver and Rio Grande, Kansas
and Texas, Colorado Fuel, the South
ern Railway stocks and St. Louis and
San Francisco second preferred ad
vanced 1 to 1 1-2 and Illinois Central
NEW YORK FUTURES.
New York, June 22.fl The cotton
market opened steady at an advance
of 3 points to a decline of 3 points, un
favorable, weather ' and crop advices
I being offset by disappointing cables.
.There was some further buying cf
August by foreign houses and the bull
leaders gave the crop support, but
there was considerable dealing and the
market . was rather unsettled and
prices eased off to a net loss of about
3 to 4 points daring the early trading.
After showin ga net loss of 5 to 6
points, the market steaded during the
late forenoon on scattered covering as
short sellig was restricted by the fore
cast calling for continued dry weather
in the western and further shower3 in
the eastern belt. Prices at midday
were within a point or two of last
A report that the National Ginners
x-iuiii ncvcnuaDie causes.
3,000,000 people in this country are always sick who should be welO
$400,000 were spent last year in New York City alone to bury babies
which might have been saved for half that sum.
Think of those figures.
Yet certain interests are spending wads of cash to prevent the proposed
National Department of Health.
The story is in Pearson's Magazine for July.
It may displease one kind of "medicine" manufacturers and some land
lords. It certainly will inform the average man as to the cause of sickness.
Also it explains an economic waste which digs deep into his pocketbook.
Seldom has an article of such interest and importance been printed.
Association made the -present condi
tion of crop 84.6 against S0.2 toward
the end of last month was followed by
increased offerings as a result of
which prices eased off to a net loss of
about 5 to 9 points during the early
afternoon. There was a renewal of
bull support at this level and later
fluctuations were steadier.
Spot closed dull 10 points lower:
mlddline uplands 15.20; middling gulf j
15.45. Sales, 1,949 bales. I
NEW ORLEANS FUTURES.
New Orleans, June 22. Cotton fu
tures opened steady 4 points down to
1 point up. Cables were about as ex
pected but opinion was undecided on
the first call owing to conflicting re
ports from the cotton belt. In the
first half hour of trading only a small
business was done, commission houses
having nc-:t to no o: .'.its to till.
Scalpers did the bulk cf the business
and took the long side of the market.
Prices barely moved. July remaining
3 points under yesterday's closing
AM UP-TO-DATE STOVE
Do you realize there is no longer any reason why
you should uss a coal range? Oil is cheaper than coal; it
lighter ana easier to nanaie, ana gives an intense
heat. Provided you have
economical, cleaner and less
The accompanying illustration gives you only a rough idea of
Its appearance. You re3lly can't appreciate it until you either
use it yourself, or talk to someone who has used it. It tloes everything that
a coat range will do except heat the room. The New Perfcctia Oil Cook
Stove will do anything, from beating
s, --s. kettle of water to cooking a course
fJtJtirS'jtff. dinnrr. but it won't heat room. It
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you est tais 3tcive-s;5
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J. B. REESE.
The Peoples National Bank of
3. 3. HOOTO?T, R. M. GARY. Ii. J. REEVES, T. E. WELT-ESL
W. A. D'ALEMBKKTII, J. S. REESB, W. DcC. KESSL.ER.
A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse'
ments plven Scsclal Attention.
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative
In Uemeaic! Richard Barrjr cit-Uia! ;br tr--k, r,f the prie rinr, a ory nnr eatmtia
tn? -Seiner cr m na arc l ;:t:.4i :i tc b j Toe Mi.-. Who Owtu Cota ia ike
aiiieet of aoorher article a Marv of a -ct!i--f-: lareatnrer with rarprUi.ng connection In
Wajh:ortro ara in Wait Strret. locn Cnin Waiter -jplain! trhjt a prcei pnat voaad
Bean to yaa ar.4 ti rL coin panic. For cr.on taere are itat complete akoft atotica af
rornaacr, taynery aa4 a4veatatc
Old sores remain open and chronic ulcers refuse to heal because they are
kept constantly Irritated and infected by imparities in the blood. This im
purity of the circulation comes from various causes. A long spell of de
bilitating sickness, which breeds disease germs in the system, the retention of
refuse matters of the body because of a sluggish condition of the eiiminativa
members, a continued malarial state of health, Inherited bad blood, etc, are ns
ually responsible. But whatever the cause of the infected circulation, the sore
or ulcer CANNOT heal until the blood is purified. S. S. S. heals sores and ulcers
in the very simplest way. It Just goes into the circulation and removes the im
purities and polluted matter which are the means of keeping the sore open; then
the sore is bound to heaL S. S. S. is the finest of all blood purifiers, and not only
does it cleanse the circulation but It adds the necessary healing qualities to the
blood, and in this way assists nature to quickly cure sores and ulcers. Salves,
washes, lotions, etc., can do no permanent good toward healing an old sore becausa
such treatment does not reach the blood. These external applications may be
soothing and cleansing, but the healing must begin at the bottom, and this is jnst
what S. S. S. does by first purifying the blood, and then furnishing nourishment
and health to all the flesh tissues. Book on Sores and Ulcers free to all who
write and request it.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA,
stove, on is more
Have you seen the
doesn't "smell" it doesn't smoke. It
can't pet out of order. Light it and it
in Turn it dawn Mat it is out.
. . , . . a ... I A
in a hot
i means to
have a clean, perfect stove that wfll
cook anything, boil, bake or roast, and
yet won't beat the kitchen. How is it
done? The flame is controlled in turquoise-blue
enamel chimneys, and
directed against the bottom of pot, pan,
kettle or oven, and only there. The
flame operates exactly where It Is needed
and nowhere else. With this stove
your kitchen is cooL
The nickel finish with the bright bine
of the chirr.reya makes the stove orna
mental and attractive. Made with 1, S
end 3 burners; the 2 and S-burner
stoves can be had with or without
IfrAry dRWererywhn; ff n at yntira, wrlta tot
Dr'srnriiv? Circular to the nearest agency ot tba
3. W. DORR.
R. M. BushneH, Cashier.
SORES & ULCEUS
while the new crop months were 2
points over that level.
The morning session was extremely
dull and prices moved over a range ot
only 4 to 6 points. The weather fore
cast promised continued dry western
half of the belt and showery weather
in the eastern half. Just the reverse
of what -was wanted, but this did not
stimulate bullish acUvlty. On the
other hand, telegrams from Oklahoma
saying that the crop was doing well In
spite of high temperatures, higher con
dition figures than looked for In the re
port on conditions from an Important
private bureau and rumors ol further
curtailment of output by southern
mills did not arouse any fresh short
selling among the hears. The market
at noon was dull, but steady, a point
up to a point down, compared with
GLAD TO RECOMMEND THEM
Mr. E. Weakley, Kokomo, Ind.. says:
"After taking Foley Kidney Pills, the
severe backache left me, my kidneys
became stronger, the secretions nat
ural and my bladder no longer pained
me. I am glad to reoommend Foley
Kidney Pills." In a yellow package.
W. A. DAleinbeite, druggist an
apothecary, 121 8. Palalox ttt
All water rents will be due
July 1, 1910, payable at office
city hall. If paid before the
10th of July, a discount of 5
per cent will be allowed. If
not paid by July 31, the water
will be shut off and $1.00
penalty charged for turning
Pensacola Water Works.
When your money Is placed In thli
bank It ia aafe-guarded by a capital of
$100,000 and a surplus of $260,000; also
handled by progressive and conservative
Four per cent Interest paid on time da
posits. Pensacola State
AND PRIVATE DISEASES
OF MEN AND WOMEN
We are treating many cases of
Plies, Fistula and Rupture with our
late methods, without the knife, pain
and detention from your business. We
cure you and you, work every day.
There Is no danger. All of our
patients are satisfied and you will be
If you will call to see us.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINA
We make a specialty of private die-
eases of men and women.
Correspondence confidential. Office
girl In attendance.
Rooms 350 to 354 Brent Blri. Hour
9 to 12 a, m., 1 to 6-7 to 8 p. m.
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