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1"HE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1912.
11 LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. State of Florida, Escambia County. Notice Is hereby given that on tha 2otn day of May, A. D., 1912. application will be made to the Governor of the State of Florida, at the. capita! at Tallahassee. In said State tor Letter Patent. Incorpo rating the undersigned, their associate! and successors into a body politic and corporate in deed and In law under the name of the "Pastime Athletie Club.' under the following charter and Articles of Incorporation, the original of which will be on file :n the office of the Sec retary of State, of said estate of Florida. djt the city of Tallahassee, daring; the film required by law for the publication of this charter. CARTj E. GORDON". J. E. CONCANNOV. ADRIAN E. LANGFORD, GEO. C, PFETFFER. KARL 6. ENDERT. Charter of "Pastime Athletic Club." tVe, the undersigned, do hereby agree become associated together and do hereby associate ourselves together, for the purpose of becoming a body politic and torporate under the law of the State of Florida, the provisions of which are hereby accepted. The Following Articles f Incorporation shall constitute and be (Dtne Its charter, upon the Issuance of Letters Patent according to law. 1. The name of the corporation shall be '-Pastime Athletie Club." Its prin cipal place of business shall be In the city of Pensacola, Escambia - County Bute of Florida, wim the privilege of removing and establishing branch offices at such places, as may be selected by the Board of Directors. 2. The general nature of the Business to be transacted by the Corporation shall be: To buy, sell, exchange, contract for, and generally deal In real and per sonal properties, Improved and 'unim proved, and to maintain a brokers busi ness, including the right to manage es tates, to act as agent, broker, or attor ney In fact for any person or corpora tion: to make loans upon teal or per sonal propertlesi either for or against vsald corporation, and supervise, manage and protect the same; to have the same Insured against Are and casualties; to Investigate the Credit, solvency, and suf flclency et borrowers and suerties; to sell, manage, lease or otherwise purchase or dispose of any property, real or per sonal, and to take and make mortgages or other evidences of Indebtedness, upon the same; to buy and sell at wholesale, or retail, personal property of all kinds In the city of Pensacola, State and County aforesaid, Upon complying with the law, rules, and regulations of the said State, County and City aforesaid, with reference to the Vending of tald personal property; to forward and ex nlblt athletie pursuits, to conduct and operate a Bowling Aney, aad the quali fication of the members and stockholders of said corporation are: That any male person of twenty-one (11) years or over, can become a member, or stockholder of laid eorpomion, upon the consent and approval of the Board of Directors, to be chosen by the said corporation. 8. The amount of capital stock of this torporattdn shall -ne Five Thousand ObOO.OOV dollars, divided into Five Hun dred (500) shares, of the par value of Ten ($10.00) dollars , each. No greater U5O06.O0) dollars, divided Into Five Hun sand (15000.00) dollars, ihall be issued by said corporation, except by authority of the Board of Directors. After, all . ef said Three Thousand 03000.00) dollars, caoiial ataoW ham honn ubscribed any male citizens, . not less than twenty-one (21) years of age, of good moral character and of white na tionality, shall be eligible to membership In the said "Pastime Athletic Club." Before becoming a member thereof, he ehall submit to the Board of Directors f said corporation, his application In writing which shall show, his nationality, eg and aex, which shall be accompanied by a fee of $1.00. If said Board of Di rectors, r a committee, appointed by aid Board of Directors, for that purpose, pass favorably . upon . same, then said applicant shall be a member of said "Pastime Athletic Club." but Shall not share In any of the profits of the said corporation, nor be responsible for any Of toe losses thereof, Bald Applicant shall Bay a fee of Aft? ents (I.M) per month, for a mernber Afclp In said "Pastime Athletic Club." And should he fall In arrears for three iyionths in his said payments or monthly dues of fifty cents ($.60), he shall there upon cease to be a member of the said "Pastime Athletic Club," arid shall lose alt the rights, enjoyments, and prlvl ! of Said club. The capital stock referred to In this paragraph shall be non-assessable, and trie ttocRnoiaers, than not be liable for any amount over and above the amount f stock to which he subscribed. The stockholders and incorporators Of the said "Pastime Athletic Club" nha.li be members of the said "Pastime Ath. letlo Club," but shall not be required toJ nur lespuiiaioie ror any dues lor membership i said club. Said capital stock shall be na d for in lawful money of the United States, or real or personal property, or Us equlva lent value thereto: value to be deter mined by the Board of Directors. Ten per cent of which must be naid within ten days after Letters Patent shall have been granted and before said corporation shall transact any business. 4. This corporation shall exist for a period of ninety-hine (99) years, unless sooner aissoivea according to law. 5. The business of thle corporation shall be conducted by a Board of not less than three, nor more than fire Directors. The Board of Directors shall elect from themselves a President. Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. One person .nay hold the office of Secretary and Treasurer. Said Board ef Directors shall have the authority to appoint all neces sary agents of this corporation. Annual meetings of the stockholders of said cor poratlon. shai be held at the principal -office ef the corporation,' which la at -present im West Romana Street, In the city of Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida, on the first Monday in Sep tember 6f each year, at ten o'clock in the mdrning or as aoon thereafter as practicable, at which time the Board of VERY LOW RATES FROM PENSACOU Louisville and Return, $17.45 Tickets sold May 6, 7, t. Return Limit June 4. Macon Ga. and Return, $7.35 ACCOUNT OF U. C. V. REUNION. Tickets sold Msy 5. 6, 7, 8. Return l.m.t Mey 5 with tK',tniin J una 5. J- W. LURTON, C. A. FLOWERS. D p A Depot Ticket Agent. LEGAL NOTICE. Directors shall be duly elected by the Stockholders. The By-Laws for the government of this corporation shall be adopted at the first annual meeting of the stockholders, or as soon thereafter aa practicable. Until a Board ' of Directors shall be first Chosen by the stockholders, the business shall be conducted by the fol lowing named persons and officers: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Until the first election, Carl E. Gordon shall be President. 3. E. Con cannon shall be Vice President, A. E. Langford shall be Secretary, and G. C. Pfelffer shall be Treasurer, and Karl S. Endert shall be General Manager, and those shall constitute the Board of Di rectors. Temporary By-Laws may be adopted by said Officers until the first annual meeting of the stockholders. a. The highest amount of Indebted ness or liability this corporation shall at any time subject Itself to la One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) dollars. T. The name and residences of the subscribers to these Articles of this cor poration, together with the amount of capital stock subscribed by each, are as follows: Carl E. Gordon, ' Fensacota, Fla. 25 shares ....... $250.00 3. E. Concannon, Per.saoola, Fla. 5 shares $ 50.00 A. E. Langford, Pensacola, Fla., S shares 59.00 G. C. Pfelffer, Pensacola, Fla.; B shares ..$ 50.00 Karl fl. Endert. Pensacola, Fla. 25 shares $250.00 There are other subscriptions amount ing tb approximately $1000.00. The balance of said capital stock, of To Thousand (12000.80) dollars, shall be "Treasury Stock." to be sold and dis posed of by said corporation, by au thority of the Board of Directors, but at least 10 of the Five Thousand ($5000.00) dollars capital stock, must be paid in as required by law, before said corporation commences business. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands this 18th day of April, A. D., 1812. CARL E. GORDON. J. E, CONCANNON, A: E. LANGFORD. GEO ... C. PFEIFFER, , KARL 8. ENDERT. , Incorporators, L. "W. Nelson, Attorney at Law for In. corporators, Pensacola. Fla. Tfje State of Florida, Escambia County. I, M. E. Wilson, a Notary Public for the State of Florida, at Large, do hereby certify that Carl E. Gordon. J. E. Con- cannon, A. E. Langford, G. C. Pfeiffer and Karl s. Endert, who are to me known, this day appeared before me, and each for himself acknowledges that he signed the foreao'nr Articles of Incor poration, and the accompaning notice ror tne uses ana purposeajhereln stated. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and seal of office, this 18th day OI April, A. J-J-, IV n. M. E. WILSON, , Notary Public. My Commission Expires August 12, 1914. Nd. 6603.J Report ef tne dondltfdn of the American National Bank At PENSACOLA Itt THE SfAtTS OF FLORIDA t AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, APRIL 13, 1912. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $1,431,612.58 uverararts, secured and un secured U. 8. Bonds to secure circu lation U. S. Bonds to se cure U. S. De posits $50,000.00 To secure Postal Savings ......... 6,030.00$ Other bonds to secure Postal savings Premiums on U. S. Bonds .... Bonds, Securities. Etc Banking house. Furniture and 1,596.07 258,000.004 6B, 000.00 5,000.00 5,828.17 89,662.25 Fixtures 198,191.59 Other Real Estate owned ... 392.80 Due from National Batiks (not re . serve agents) Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Truit Companies, ana Sayings Banks., Due from approved Reserve Agents. Checks and other Cash Items .... Notes of other Na . tlonal Banks m Fractional Paper . Currency Nickels 4880.60 48,727.29 50,831.81 4,842.98 3,000.00 and Cents 685.88 Lawful Money Reserve In batik, vtt: - Specie .$58,956.85 defeat tender notes. 13,200.00 72,156.85 Redemption fund with U, S. Treas urer (5 per cent. of circulation).. 12,900.00$ 241,625.47 Total 4 I tinn iTire .$2,287,906,93 Capital stock paid in... $ 300,000.00 Surplus fund .i. 60,000.00 undivided Fronts, less Expen . aes and Taxes paid ........ National Bank Notes out standing Due to other Na- 11,374.38 258,000.00 tlonal Bahka 148,154.77 Due to sute and Private Banks and Bankers .. Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks. Dividends unpaid 183,403.64 12,308.17 100.00 individual depos its subject to - check 1,064,397.10 Time certificates of deposits .... 83,781.34 Certified checks.. 100.77 Cashier's Checks outstanding . . 3,390.87 tr-h 1 ted R t ates deposits$42,317.4l P o s t al ; Savings deposits 9,097.881 43,818.29 Deposits of U. 8. disbursing; ofn oers 7,4Bl3$$1,476,938.54 redls- Notes and counted ... bin 56,593.81 Bills payable. Including cer tificates of deposit for money borrowed ........... . 125,000.00 Total 32,287,906.93 Slate of Florida. County of Escambia, ss: I, M. E. Clark, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above itatement is true to the beet et my knowledge and belief. M. E. "CLARK. . . Cashier. Correct Atteet: C. W. LAMAR. TI10S. V. HANNAH. X. P. McGOURIN. . Directors. Subacribed and sworn to before me this Itth day ef April, 1912. J. C. HESTER. Notary Public. My Commission expires March 24, 1916. Liverpool Market. Liverpool. April 24. Closing: Cotton spot in fair demand, prices 6 points higher. American mfddiing fair, 7.29: Ooiid middling. 6.91: Middling. Low Middling. 6.37; Good ordinary. 5.95; OrdW nary. 6.61. The sale of the day were $.000 bales, Of which 606 were for speculation and export, and included 7.200 American. Receipts, 36.100 bales, all American. Futures opened firm and closed barely steady. April. S.42',4: April-May. 6.3SVi: May June, 6.8RH; JuneJuly. 6.3SH; July-August, 4.3SH: August-September. 6.3?S; Heptembcr-Ootober, f.33s: October-November, 6.31 H; November-December, .2Vk; December-January. 6.29; January. February. 6.23; February-March. 6.-9 !4; March-April, .S0Vi- v Political Announcements FOR DELEGATE. I hereby announce my candidacy for delegate at large to the Democratic na tional convention and will appreciate the support of alL. I will abide by the de cision of the majority In the primary as to their cholie for the nomination. B. S.- WILLIAMS. DISTRICT DELEGATE. I hereby announce my candidacy ror District Delegate to the National Demo cratic Convention from the Third Dis trict, and if elected, I will abide by the Instruction of the presidential primary. F. G. RENSHAW. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. I hereby announce my candidacy for representative In the legislature from Es cambia county, subject to the Action of the Democratic primary, four support ts solicited. . , 3 AS. McHUGH. I hereby announce myself a candidate for representative In the legislature frpm Escambia countv, subject to the action of the democratic primaries. The sup port of all Democrat will be appreciated. HENRY C. CLOPTON. t hwre'by announce myself asa candi date for a member of the House of Rep resentative from Escambia county, and solicit, the support of the Democratic voters of Escambia county in the coming primary. A, c, fcLOUNT. TO. I herebv announce my candidacy for fctate Renreser.tatlve. subject to the ac tion of the democratic primaries. Tour vote and support will be ar-preelated. Respectfully. J. T. HARPER. FOR STATE ATTORN RY. I hereby announce my candidacy for State Attorney for the First Judicial cir cuit of Florida, subject to the democratic Prlraa""- C. MORENO JONES. I am a candidate for State Attorney and solicit te voter and sirftnort or tne people, of Welton. Fanta Roa ana t. cambla countl-s. T beve served the peo- le as member of both "0JWJlm 1-rlslare. end my record Is mv plat form. Tf eleoted. T promise to the duties of the office faithfully and impartially. p RTOttE3. T er,v r,-un'- my. rendWacy for r.1ftfiw to fe office of ntv H ouc Itor of F.sosmbla jl"Lih i iverv one who voe In the Democratic Primary on April T erehv snnonnoe my randldacy for the Democratic trrJMB office of .Tde of the Court of W1 Bi rtnM countv. sublet to the n Of the Democrats m tno ppruui. Tnar,- KTRtCE Mormbfi. I renectfu11v announce that I am a rsrMte to succeed mvself as J"1 the Com-t of Record, and '"'Jt -h r" & a voters In the democratic primaries. 1 M ' J l. 1 1 w.v ' - E. D. BEOGS. t bfer.y annotitiVe myeif a candidate to the action of the neoorstlc Primaries Tour support so licited, and appreciated I hereby rnounce rnj canAldaicrr fof the office of Fherjrr ot "v; - ""l' suhlect to the action of the white Jmo cratle primaries Tour support will be appreciated. g$fj SANDERS. I fterebv announce myself ft candidate for Sheriff of Escambia county. Subject to the action of the democratic primaries. Tour vote and support will be appre- elatc1- A. CART ELLIS. FOR C6UNTY sUPefllNtENDENT. To the voters of Escambia County. Florida: T herein announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Superlntenderit pf Public Instnie tion. subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary. If elected. I fromlse in the future, as I have In the past, to be fauhful ln the discharge ef every duty connected with said offlce. & I am a candidate for the office of Sup erintendent of Public Jnetrurtlon of . Es cambia county, iubjec iij tfcl.ee,l?SLSf the Democratic primaries Tl iupport of all Democrats will EDWARDS. - FOR TREASURER t hereby announce my candidacy In the democratic primaries fer the offloe of Treasurer of Escambia county. The sup port ef all democrat- win be ecuud. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the offlce of County Treas urer, subject to the action ef the demo cratlo primary. ED ruxiAMS. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-nominatlon as County Commissioner In District No. 2. subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. 01 me JOSEPH I. JOHNSON. County Commissioner, District No. 2. I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commissioner, worn District No. 2 subject to the action of the Demo cratlo primary. DUNHAM FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries JAg XIACorBBON FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I hereby anneun' my candidacy for re-nomlnatiort as County Commlaslonef. from District No. i, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. P. MeLELLAN. I herebv announce my candidacy for Countv Commissioner, from District No. 1. subject to the action of the Demo cratic primaries. MARION P. SHEPPARD. . . I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commissioner, for District No. 1, subject to the action of the Democratlo primaries. CLUTTER. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. At the earnest solicitation of my many friends, I have decided to enter the race for County Commissioner, from district No. 8. I pledge myself to an economical administration and request your support in the coming primaries. R, B. SAUNDERS. NEW SUITS FILED. The following suits were fi'.ed yester day to the office of the clerk of the dr. cult court: lUfgadine Me Kit trick Drjgoods Co. vs. Louis Friedman damages. $4,000. Reeves & Watson, attorneys for complainant. McMillan Mill Co. vs. J. T. Mills damages, $70d. Blount & Carter, attor neys for complainant EXPECTORANT CURES COUGHS AND COLDS FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce rnj-seli a candidate for re-election as County Commissioner, from District No. 4. subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primaries. ARTHUR W. DAVIS. I announce my candMaey for County Commissioner, District No. 4, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. 1 believe in taxation for legitimate pur poses only, and that honesty. Judicious economy and mc-flern business-like methods should be actively employed in the management of the people s affairs I win appreciate your snoport. M. E. MORET, Having been urged by many cltlrens hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Commissioner, from District o. 4, subject to the sction of the Demo cratle primaries, and if elected, promise to attend to tho county s business a I wotuo. my own. W. C. BARRINEAU Coimtv Commissioner. District No. B I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commissioner, from District No. 5. subject to the action of the democratic primaries. J..D. McClRDT. Century, Fla I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office or County Com missioner from DlstrU-t 5. subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, and upon my past record, respectfully solicit the support of Democratic voters. M. O. BAOGETT. . , County Commissioner. District No.f3. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of County "Com missioner rrom restrict 3. subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. Tf elected, i promise the same faithful per formance of duty In the future as in the past. GEO. H. DAVIS, t breby announce myself a candidate ror county Commissioner. District No. 3, suWect to the action of the democratic primaries. Respectfullv. J. FISHER. . 5frDr announce myself a candidate for County Commissioner, from district No 3. euhlect to the action of the Demo cratic primaries and solicit the vote of every resiaent or that district. W. A. SHELBT. announce myself a candidate for CnUTty CommjBjrloner f ron, - dHstrict No. 8, auMeet to the action of the Demo cratic primaries, and solicit the votes of au democrats. " B. W. SEELET. Justice of te Peace. Dlietrlrt Mn 9 1 herehy announce mv candidacy for t office 6f Justice of the Pcaoe. for District No. 1 project to the action of ine oemocrnTic primaries. Tour vote will f'ated. and if elected. I promise to faithfully dloarge the duties of the oraco ai au times. WILL L. JOHNSON. I bee to announce mv candidacy for the office of Juetlo of The Peace. Dis trict No. 8. and will appreciate your vote and support In the coming democratic primaries. a W. L. DILMORE. I hereby announce my candidacy for jusTice or tne peac m District No. J, sublect to the action of the Democratic primary. GEO. T. MORGAN. FOR JUSTICE OP PfAnr At the recmest of manv friends, t have decided to announce mvself for re-nom-'"ation as Justice of the Peace, In the THEODORE B. BECK. JUSTICE OF PEACH, snn nuroiPT I hereby announce my candidacy for justice or the peace, for District No. 8. comprising precincts Nos. 5, 6 and 21, subject to the action of the n.mA..u primaries. j. j. TRAMMELL. Muscogee, Fla. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. I beg to announce ht T am o r.nl date for re-election as member of the Hoa.ra Or fuhllc InsTmcMon from Tile trtct No. 1. subject to the action of the aemocratfo primaries. D. J." HATES. BOARD OF PIIBI in IMCTDi ictiow In announcing mvself for re.eiectinn member of the Bosrd of Instruction for the 3rd District, 'tis with the feeling of responsibility for the educational interest or every ooy ana girl, that should govern the renresentative of same on the board. Thanking you for your support in the coming primary, I remain, yours truly. 1. V . CRART-, . FOR TAX ASSESSOR. I hereby announce mv ram1Mf fnr re-election for the office of County Tax Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. Tour vote will be very greatly appreciated. W. W. RICHARDS. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. I hereby announce mv cndMr.v tr. re-election as member of the RnK t Public Instruction, from District 2, sub ject to the action of the democratic prl- iiiAi tea. Respectfully, F. E. BRAWNBR. FOR CONSTABLE. . . . i nereoy announce my canaiaacy for re-election as Constable for District No. i, suoject to the action of the Demo cratlo primaries. Tour vote will be bd fereeiated C. P. BO BE. I hereby announce mv Candida v tn. the office of Constable for District No. 2, subject to the action Of the Democrat! primaries. S. J. JONES. I hereby announce my candidacv for the offlce of Constable for th tur district Of Escambia county, Fla., sub ject to the action of the Democratic Drlmaries Tour vote wll he. and, if elected, promise to faithfullv dis charge the duties of the offlce without fear or hesitation. M. J. MURPHT. Better known as Mike. I announce mvself as candidate the office of constable for the second district of Escambia county. Florida, uojn:i w me acrion ci xne i-'emocat.C primaries. J. C. NICHOLS. FOR CONSTABLE. I hereby announce myself for re-nom-Ination as Constable In District No. 3 L. LARSEN. FOR CUSTODIAN LOST TIMBER. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-nomlnatlon as Custodian of Lost Timber and Lumber, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primaries GEO. J. SLOCUMB. FOR HARBOR MASTER. I hereby announce my candidacy for the offlce of Harbor Master, subject to the actlm of the Democratic primaries and will appreciate the support of all voters. P. ROCHEBLAVE. I hereby announce that I am a candi date for re-election to the offlce of Har. bor Master. Tour vote and support will be sincerely appreciated. J. ED. AEERCROMB1E. I hereor snnounce my candidacy for Harbor Master of the Port of Pensacola. subject to the action of the. Democratic primary, and will appreciate the support of all Democrats. ALEX ZELIUS. THE JOURNAL'S COMMERCIAL U. .T.a7 . VVRATHFP RI IPRAI f. r'T , WILLIS. L. MOOK. Chief. VOi JrrrX9- !T7 I r . . i - J&Z p sav Generally fair Thursday and s v . Friday, except probably show. J - V ri " era in north portion; moderate I V east winds. f Vv . EXFLAiNATORV notes. Observations tsaen at 8 p. m. -najnerldtsa time-. Air pressnra redaced-to es level. Isobars (cem'ttnoous llne pass fbrotlsV points of equal alrpressare. Iaotberma (dotted llnes paestvongtr points of equal teonparatare; drawn onLv for lero. freenng. 90. sod ICO0. O clean Q partly doody; O cloudy: () rain; 5 snow: g) report mining. Arrtres fly with the wind. First figures, hlehest temperature past 12 honrt: second, precipitation, of ,oi inch rr more for east 24 hours; r Forbes, Quigley & Morgan 25 South Palafox St. TAX NO State and county taxes are now delinquent. Pay your taxes now and save costs. J. S. ROBERTS, suntwed2t Tax Collector. MARKET FIRM Savannah, April 24. The spirits of tur pentine market opened firm this morning at 44 3-4 to 45 with no sales. The close was firm at 45 to 45 1-4 with sales of 403 casks. Receipts were 3S9 casks, ship ments 355 casks and stocks of 18.129 casks. The rosin market opened and closed firm. Sales were 1068 barrels, receipts 1344 barrels, shipments 800 barrels and stocks of 45,647 barels. The market opened a fololws: WW 6.90 WG N 6.85 S.83H 6.0 6.77H ..T5 6.60 6.45 M K I. H, O and F B 6.30 The close was as follows: WW 6.&S WG 6.80 N 6.77U 6.75 ...6.72 O and P 6.70 6.55 6.40 6.25 COTTON MARKET By Asaoelated Praia. New Tork. Anrll 2. The cotton market opened steady at a decline of 28 points under scattering; liquidation and local selling, encouraged by disap pointing csbles ano the better weather reports. Modente support from some of yesterday's heavy buyers and apprehen sions that a low area west of the blt would bring unsettled conditions to the cotton country before the end of the week, caused a rally to within a po'nt or two of last night's closing right after the opening, but en the fair Eastern belt forecast, the market, during the middle of the morning was unsettled with the active months about 6 te 7 points net lower. The unsettled Western Pelt forecast failed to promote any fresh buying. The market sold off to a net loss of 10 toll points during the middle of the morfliftg under rather heavy realizing and apgres. sive local selling for a reaction. The de cline was checked bv covering, however and the market, late in the forenoon wa Irregular with prices at middsy showing a rally of 3 or 4 points from the lowest. Durlne the afternoon the market ruled quiet with prices about 8 to 10. points net lower. Cotton pot closed quiet. 10 poiflta lower; midling uplands, 11.S3; middling gulf, 3 2 19. Pala nne. New Orleans Futures. New Orieans, April 24. Cotton futures -.pnd steady at a decline of 6 to 7 points on poor cables fnd the best weather rr.sp la mwy weeks. First TICE NAVAL STORES QUIET S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. WILLIS. L. MOOK. Chief. YOU DON'T HAVE TO GET DOWN and tinker with your lawn tnowe,r if It Is one of our new model ball bearing- machines, which are so simply and perfectly construct ed that there le practloally noth ing; to get out of order. Come and eee how easy they run. , Keeping your lawn In trim with one of them will be so easy you could hardly call It exercise. Pensacola, Fla, prices were the lowest In the early trad ing as buying of a determined sort met the decline and checked It. The weather forecast caused shorts to hesitate as it predicted lncreaaina- cloudiness and un settled conditions for the Western half of the belt. At the end of the first half hour of business, prices mere 2 - points under yesterday's close. The market wss unsettled and uhde-mornlnt-. After the special buying of the cided durina- the larger part of the later afternoon yesterday, bears wore afraid to put out large short lines and bulls appeared to be more inclined to bid than to buy. Crop accounts were more favorable but were balanced by tele grams telling of a go" spot demand in the interior which v being met by very small offerings. md the middle of the morning, dullness told against prices and the trading months went 10 to 13 points under yesterday's close. This was the level at noon. Subscribe for The Journal. STOCllffi By Associated Prse. New Tork, April 24. Stocks moved upward at the opening the general move indicated a resumption of public Interest. United States Steel. Reading. Union Pa cific and other market leaders made only slight gains. There were a fw unim portant declines. Including Amn. To bacco. Ches. and Ohio and International Harvester. Missouri, Kansas and Texas, Rock Is land pfd., American Beet tuRar, Mexi can Petroleum and Corn products ad vanced 1 to 2 points, but standard is sues wavered In sympathy with some pressure aaalnst Amalgamated Coimer. There was a fair volume of business during the first hour, but the list lacked scope. The market assumed a more even, though duller tone In the second hour. New York Central was the feature, ad ding materially In Its recent rise, with concurent strength In other Vanderbllt issues. United states Steel was bought and eold by those who have conflicting Ideas as to the next week's statement of earnings. Bonds were steady. Trading was dull during the i.oon hour with no Important price changes. The market continued very dull with shading prices in the highly speculative Issues. Uajted states Steel was half a point tmder yesterdays closing and other leaders slightly less. The market cloeed heavy. Revere liquidation of Kansas City Southern pfd. cost It five points. Weakness cropped out In other quarters. Missouri Pacific and International Harvester losing a point Some of the previously strong specialties also gave way sha rpiV. o CLOSES HEAVY Ead blood is responsible for most of our ailments, and when from any cause it becomes infected with, impurities, humors or poisons, trouble in somaj form is sure to follow. Muddy, sallow complexions, eruptions, pimples, etc., show that the blood is infected with unhealthy humors which have changed it from s pure, fresh stream to a sour, acrid fluid, which forces cut its Impurities through the pores aad glands of the skin. A Tery common Ti dence of bad blood is sores and ulcers, which 'break out on the flesh, oftea from a very Insignificant bruise, or erea scratch ur abrasion. If tha blood was healthy the place would heal at once; but being infected with impurities whloh aro discharged into the wound, irritation and inflammation are set tip, the fibres and tisBues are broken, and the sore continues until th blood is purified of the cause. S. S. S. is Nature's blood-purifier and tonic made entirely from roots, herbs and barks. It goes down into the circula tion and remores every particle of impurity, humor or poison, restores lot vitality, and steadily tones up the entire system. S. S. S. neutralizes n v excess of acid in the blood, making it pure, fresh and healthy, and pm cently cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Boils, and all other skia eruption or disease. Book on'the blood and any medical advice frc THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAITTA GAe! WEATHER MAP third, maximum wind velocity, '"r fy . . ... 1. -Furnished by the local offlce. weather bureau. United States department of agriculture, under the direction of Wil lis L. Moore, chief of bureau, "Washing ton. D. C. Pensacela's Temperature Data. Highest on record for April, 92 de grees. Lowest on record for April, 34 de grees. Average of the highest dally temper atures for April, 74 degrees. Average of the lowest dally temper atures for April, 61 degrees. Highest temperature yesterdAy, 74 degree. Ijoweat temperatnr yewtcrdny morn -In?, 61 degrees. Pensaoola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for' the month of April. 3.16 Inches. Total rainfall this April to 7 p. m.. 10.S0 Inches. Total excess, January let to March Sift. 6.96 Inches. Temp. STATIONS. i Atlanta ....... 70 74 .. Clear Boston ......... R2 .. .02 Cloud' Buffalo 44 R2 .08 Cloudy Birmingham . . 3 7R .. Clenr Chicago P2 F. .. Cle.ir Denver 3 . 4 .. rt. lJv. Galveston 70 74 .. Cloudy Green Bay .... C2 UK .01 Clear Hatteraa ...... 62 6S .. Clear Jacksonville .. 6S 7C .. Clear Kansas City .. 70 74 .. Cloudy Knoxvllle 6S 72 .. Clear Ixmisvllla ..... 64 74 . Clear Memphis 73 76 .. Clear Montgomery 70 78 .. Clear Moorhead f.6 70 . .. Pt.cldv. New Orleans .. 70 7G .., Pt.cldv. North Platto ..64 70 ,.t Cloudv Oklahoma 76 SO Pt.cldy. Palestine 76 R0 .. Pt.cltlc. Pensacola 69 74 .. Pt.cldv. Phoenix S2 S6 . ., Clear Pittsburg 52 6 4 .16 Clear Portland. Ore... .. 60 .04 Cloudy St. IOule 72 72 .. Clear St. Paul 60 62 .. Clear Salt Iake City. R0 f,6 .04 Clear San Francisco . 54 r.6 .04 Clear Sheridan 62 . C. .. Cloud Seattle 54 fR .. Cloudy Fhreveport . .... 76 0 . Clear Tampa ........ 74 K2 .. Clear Toledo 54 62 . ., Clear Washington ... 66 72 .. Cloudy Tv T. Busblnn, Route No. 1, Payette Tllle, Ga., waa cured of bronchitis. Ha writes: "I have been a sufferer from bronchitis for six months so eeverely I could hardly breathe. I tried many remedies, but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound was the only medicine which served me. I recommend It a a positive euro for bronchltla, cough and throat trouble." W. A. D'Alem berte. THE PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET The following report Is furnished dlly for The pensaia Journal bv Harris. Allison A Co.. Cotton Merchant. Pen sacola, Florida: Good Mlddlln U ij-ia Ptrict Middling a r.i. Middling 11 j.r Ktriet I,ow Middling ......10 7- Ixw Middling joe NEW YORK MARKET. Open. Mr 11.51 July 11. 6 October 11. SO December 11. l Clos. 11 42 11.61 11.70 11.73 PURIFIES BAD BLOOI t