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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1914.
NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Naval Stores Market. Savannah, Feb. 12.--There wa no sale of spirits of turpentine today. Receipts were 43 casks and shipments IS casks, leaving stocks of 18,373 casks. The Rosin market opened and closed firm, with sales of S72 barrels. Receipts were 1,229 barrels and shipments 4,710 Jirrele. leaving stocks of 148,26a barrels Quotations -were as follows: r. W. 6.80 6.80 W. d. .... ,....6.40 8.40 N. 6.25 6.20 M 6.3ft 5.15 K. 4.40 4.35 I. 4.054.17 4.174 H. 3.954.1t& 4.12 O. .4.10 4.13H F ....4.0714 4.12V K. ...... 4.05 , 4.10 r. ........4.05 4.10 B. .... 4.05 4.05 Sawn Timber Market. Outside of the recent sale toy the Sfurphy-Morrison Co. to Mobile parties of timber at private terms, the market Is Inactive and with no demand. trices ere fluctuating' and daring the past two clays there have been offerings with no buyers and no prices therefore can be arrived at. Stocks are light. LOCAL PRICES. PROVISIONS. Bacon, rth bellies 20 to 25 pounds .........15 15 U S. C. Shoulders ....... .144 144 Bellies ,...1 1Z Shoulders ........13 12 Hams (per lb.) Convaaed S. C. ..........13 1 Picnic .....12Vi 13 Butter (per ttk) Creamery ........... .31 3SVs Process Butter 31 Q 38 Cheese (per lb.) New York Daisies ll 1SJ Coffee (per lb.) Common.. 12 & 13 ys.tr 13 d 1 Prime 15 & 16 Choice aaaa. 17 IS Rice (per lb.) Fancy Head .......M.......67&(9 54 Medium 5S4 W 6U Japan. Fancy 4V4P 44 Japan, Good ....,4& 4l,j Flour (per bbl.) Fancy Patent 5.0 5.50 Patent 5.50 5.75 Self Rising1 6.50 6.25 Xard (per lb.) Compound Tierce ....... 9 9 Tierce Leaf Lard 12 12 40-pound tubs Vic over. 60-pound tubs Vic over. 10-pound tins o over. S -pound tins c over. 2-pound tins lc over. OH (per rat) Kerosene, in barrels..... Kerosene, in nasi -..-.,.11 GRAIN AND FEED. Corn (per bu.) White .....S8S90 Mixed 86ff88 Oats. 5-bu. sack ....... ...........5455 Hay (per ton) Timothy J24.eBt4225.00 LEGAL NOTICE. CREW NOTICE. . Neither the Captain, owners , V or consignees of the German YD .JS "s "Rostock will be responsi- r S Me for debts contracted by mmmm,mmmar tne crew ot Baj,j veaei. A. OSTENT, Fensacola, Shipping Co. Captain. .consignees. . . r Ctower er -mixed S-0 JohaaooB Gxaa 2104 22.00 ' AKaiEa. ... 24-&0 25.00 Bran, per est .......... 1.45 1-50 Short, -rheat 1.69 1.CS Cracked corn, per ID-lb ack 1.55 LS3 Ground Oats and Cora, ton 33.500 34.00 C S. Hal, per ton... 13.50 14.00 Cora Meal, per sack ...... LTPCce L75 Cora Meal, bolted I SO Pork, per barrel 23.50 29.00 3. G. Sugar 4.650 4.75 Fancy T. C. Sugar 4.25 4.59 New Orleans Futures. New Orleans, Feb. 12. Cotton futures opened quiet today and steady at a rise of 2 to 4 points on favorable cables. The market had a good tone in the early trading but buying was held down by the rains in Texas, which were badly needed. Half an hour after the opening prices were 4 points up. Reports of an improved demand, espec ially at Texas points, steadied the market in the face of dullness. In the trading up at noon prices went 5 points over yesterday's dose. Liverpool Cotton. Liverpool, Feb. 12. Cotton spot in fair demand, prices barely steady. Middling fair 7.64d Good middling 7.34 Middling 7.00 Low middling 6.6S Good ordinary ...5.66 uramarv 5.42 Sales 8,000 bales, including 7,100 Amer ican and 500 for speculation and export. Receipts 1,000 bales, Including 500 American. - Futures closed steady. February 6.64 1-2: February-March 6.64 1-3; March-April 6.66; April-May 6.62 1-2; May-June 6.62 1-2; June-July 6.59; July-August 6.55: August-September 6.44; September-October 6.31; October- November 6.23 1-2; November-December 6.18 1-2; December-January 6.18 1-2; Jan pary-.r eoruary o.is l-z. CHILD STOLE BY MYSTERIOUS EILED WOUfiA! Five-Year-Old Child Taken Side omen The motto of the German-American Specialists is "no operation unless It Is necessary." That is a guiding prin ciple in their work; every one knows : how rashly operations are reco nmend- From Home Of Her Aunt ed 5n ma?y troubles of women, yet the more serious as -weu as me minor are In Tampa, Whisked Away Me" methods of the German-AmeTi- ajnenauie io rational Common can Doctors. In Automobile and Can not Now Be Located. ALL DYiiTE WAS RECOVERED FROI THE BAY QUANTITY WHICH SPILLED FROM AN OVERTURNED SKIFF WAS FOUND BY DIVER DURING EARLY PART OF DAY. Bright and early yesterday morning', a diver was engaged to go and seek the five boxes of dynamite which had been spilled from a skiff, and which sank immediately in the narrow slip between Falafox and Baylen ' wharves. After reading the Journal's account yesterday morning. many people went down to the water front to watch what they thought would be interesting salvage operations, and. little thinking of any element of dancer. some of them stood very near where the diver was working. One of the men who r lost the dynamite went in a boat where the explosive went down, and thereafter the diver worked by himself, getting the wnole lost consignment to the surface in a short time. BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Tampa, Fla.. eb. 12. Catherine McCallie, five-year-old daughter of Mrs. S. W. Fassett, of Spokane, Wn, was taken from the home of her aunt here today by a veiled woman who whisked the child off in an .automo bile and has not been located by the police. The McCallie girl's father, Edward McCallie, of Chattanooga, Tenn., was divorced from her mother at "Reno, Nev two years ago. The little girl was given by the court to the father and a son was given to the mother. Mrs. McCallie later married S. W. Fas sett, a son of former Congressman Sloat Fassett of Xe wYork, and moved to Spokane, Wn. Children with whom the McCallie girl was playing declare the veiled woman said "Catherine, this is your mother," as she gathered the girl up in her arms. EARIiiER BELLV S OF IEW IN NIZATION ANOTHER ESCAMBIA COUNTY COMMUNITY FARMS ORGANIZA TION WITH ASSISTANCE OF AD VISOR HIATT. SHERIFF'S SALE. fotlce Is herebv eiven that nnflr and ty virture of an execution Issued out of the Court of Record of Escambia County, Florida, wherein, Joseph Arbona is Plain tiff.and M. D. Charbonler, Is defendant, I have levied upon and will sell on Monday, April 6th. 1914, at public out cry to the highest and best bidder for rash before the county court house door 5n Pensacola, Florida, during the legal hours Of sale, the following described real estate with the appurtenances there unto belonging or In any wise appertain ing, to-wit: Lot forty-nine (49). block nlneOI, Old City of Pensacola, Florida, according to map of said city, copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson. Deed at cost of purchaser. A. C. ELUS, Sheriff, Escambia County, Fla. IS3AlSfeboaw4w In The United States District Court, Northern District of Florida. In Bank ruptcy. In re, W. S. Keyser, Bankrupt. Pensacola, Fla., The creditors of W. S. Keyser, of Pensacola, Fla.. said district, are hereby notified that on the 6 th day of February, A. D., 1914. he was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office, 409 Thiesen Building, In the tity of Pensacola, Fla., on the 25th day tf February. A. D., 1914, at 11 o'clock . m. at which time the creditors mav fttend. prove their claims, appoint rustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may fcroperly come before said meeting. Pat ttllo Campbell, Referee In Bankruptcy. CONFERENCE TO MEET FEB. 1 7. MANY PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL ATTEND THE UNITED MISSIONARY CONFERENCE HERE. Another community of Escambia county farmers joined the rapidly in creasing1 ranks of farmers organiza tions in this section when through the I was held at Bellview Wednesday J night, February eleventh. -An organi zation was formed to be known as the Bellview Truckers' Association. The following were chosen as officers: Bruce Gardner, president; Joe Han drope, vice-president; O. W. Jeffer son, secretary-treasurer; H. N. Blals dale, county delegate, James Cooper and Ransome and Frank Sargeant, executive committee. Meetings will be held at the school building on each second and fourth Saturday night of each month. About twenty enthusiastic farmers are char ter members of the new organization. " At the close of the recent meeting a vote of thanks was extended Mr. Hiatt for his services In assisting in the forming of the society. TUMORS Not all tumors are cur able by the German-American meth ods, but they certainly remove so many that it will not only pay you to Inves tigate the treatment, but it may SAVE YOUR LIFE. By proper medication and the use of electricity, as well as painstaking study of the individual peculiarities of your own case your ail ments can be remedied. OVARIAX TROUBLES With all the symptoms of general weakness, headache, dizziness, falntness, etc., may be relieved by this treatment. HEADACHE, NAUSEA, COKSTI FATICOf As they exist in women can not be successfully treated and cured without reference to their causes, which is connected with the peculiar ities of sex. Recourse to operation is recommended far too often. We ask that you investigate our methods. Put everything aside; don't wait an other day. You will have to try the merman-American methods of cure soner or later if you are sick. Why not make up your mind and Investi gate them at once? A visit to the German-American Institute in the Thie sen building may save you many dol lars and much suffering. Come If you are ailing and they will show you the road to health. The sick are freely welcome to call and receive the priceless benefit of their free consultation and examina tion any week day between 9 in the morning and 8 in the evening. (adv) FUNERAL OF COL. PINNEY AT 10 TODAY CLERK OF COURT OF RECORD, ONE OF PENSACOLA'S BEST KNOWN AND MOST POPULAR CITIZENS, PASSED AWAY. LIABILITIES OF S2.353.385.5J The "United Missionary Conference which will open Tuesday evening, Febru ary 17th, at 7:S0 p. m. in the auditorium of the First Methodist Church, will be a real treat to all who attend. Everybody Is invited to come and they will hear such men as Rev. Robert W. Patton, D. D., secretary of the Fourth Missionary de partment of the Episcopal church; Rev. John Nelson Mille, lawyer, minister and traveller, who has spent much time in China; Rev. J. W. Cline, president of the Sauchow University, whose great lectures will be heard with Interest; and Rev. D. Clay Lilly, Field Secretary of the Board of Missions. No collections will be taken during the conference. PITCHER PERDUE GOES TO CHICAGO Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 12. Pitcher HHub Perdue of the Boston Nationals did not know of the trade by which he goes to the Chicago Nationals until called over the telephone at his home at Callatin, Tenn-, this morning and informed of the deal by the Associated Press. He expressed gratification over the news. He said he had always wanted to play with the Cubs. The bankruptcy schedules of TVm. II. Knowles, vice-president of the First National Bank, and for years one of the wealthiest citizens of Pensacola. wer. filed yesterday in the office of the clerk of th United States Court. The liabilities total $2,353. 385.57 and the assets reach a large sum, but practically an or the latter are pledged as security for various loans negotiated. Of the liabili ties an immense amount is represented in the endorsement of note and other paper for friends and business associates The funeral of Col. John L. Pinney will be conducted this morning at ten o'clock rrom Christ Church. Rev. John H. Brown officiating. Interment will be made In St. Michael's cemetery. Colonel Pinnev. who was servirur his third term as clerk of the court of record or tscamfcia county, expired at his home. 1411 East Jackson street. Wednesdav night at eleven o'clock. The immediate cause of death was BDoolexv. However. he had been in failing health for several montns. Ttoe deceased is survived by his wife, three sons, E. L. Pinney, S. S. Pin- ney, Joseph L. Pinney, two daughters, Mrs. W. T. Mai a and Mrs John Hall, and a sister. Miss Laura J. Pinney, all of Pensacola. THE PALLBEARERS. At the funeral services this mornine the pallbearers will be Judge E. D. Begjrs, Judge A. C Blount, W. A. D'Alemberte, C. Moreno Jones and C. G. Hartsfield. The honorary pallbearers were selected from Camp Ward. No. 10, United Con federate Veterans and will be James McHugh, Sr., Dan G. Brent, P. A. Hen dricks, N". B. Cook, T. J. Roberts and C. V. Thompson. The deceased was beloved by all his associates, being a big-hearted, courteous gentleman or many admirable traits oi character; and hia death, though not un expected, was a painful shock to his scores'of friends and kinsmen. Colonel Pinney was born in Pensacola, April first, 1839, was educated at Coop ertown, X. Y., and was employed in New York city until the beginning of the Civil War. At the beginning of the war Mr. Pinney returned here enlisted in the Rifle Ran gers, commanded by Ex-Governor E. A. Perry, and served throughout the war with distinction. After he was wounded at Gaines Mill he left the hospital unable to walk and joined the cavalry temporari ly. Colonel Pinney finished his service in the Civil War under General Clanton, returning after the surrender. During the first Cleveland administra tion Colonel Pinney served as special deputy collector of customs under Collec tor John J. McQuire and served in the same capacity during the second Cleve land administration under Collector S. A. Moreno. BOYSCOOTSAND SCOOT MASTERS f! CONVENTION Fourth Annual Session Con venes at Capital and Con gratulatory Messages Were Received From Sev eral Governors pf the Southern States. OLD SORES JBL00D-P0I50N.WOUNDS INNING SO"?--' drum m ii II'' M a ! mm I .SI X f ma - ta&r 8 Half Size of Original 60-cent Box Ask Your Druggist. PRESIDENT HAS AN ATTACK OF COLD YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP United States department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles F. Mar vin, chief. Daily weather bulletin. Pensacola's Temperature Data. Highest on record for February, 78 decrees. Lowest on record for February. 1 degrees. Average of th highest daily tern peratures for February, 62 degrees. Average of the lowest daily temper atures for February, 4S degrees. Hishest temperature yesterday, 60 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 50 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of February, 4.40 inches. Total rainfall this February to 7 p. m., 1.00 inches. Temperature 7 p. m. 49, 8 p. m. 4S, 9 p. m. 47. toes. ouw. sme ua kfwdhs wmo U. S Department of Agriculture WEATHER BUREAU. II Pensacola, Feb. 12. Rain Fri day and probably Saturday ex cept fair and colder Saturday northwest portion, moderate east winds becoming northwest. 7& BXPLANATdRVNOTES, Ofctemnont taken at f n. mJ TStft. meridian time. Air Pieaame aadnced to sea level, Tsnh&ni rmnti'MMntit r..f.....t. of eqiuU air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass through points of eaual temperature; drawn only for zero, freezias. 90. andioo? ciear; pruy cionay ; J cioaay; y nn; vi snow; jm; report missing.. Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, highest temper ture past 12 hoars; second, precipitation of JSl li"h or more tot past 24 hoars: third, maximum wind velocity. tear via IB. Mea ttta r. STATIONS Temp. A hi ft a. SB ti Abilene S2 62 Atlanta 52 56 Boston 4 8 Buffalo 4 2 Birmingham 54 62 Chicago ........ 32 12 Denver 34 3S Galveston ....... 60 62 Green Bay 4 10 Hatteras 30 35 Huron 4 Jacksonville .... 58 63 Kansas City .... 18 IS Knoxville 44 46 Louisville 20 23 Memphis 40 40 Montgomery .... 62 6S New Orleans .... 60 70 New York 6 10 Xorth Platte ... 10 16 Oklahoma ...... 36 44 Palestine 60 66 PEN-S.VCOLA .. 60 60 Phoenix ........ TO 74 Pitts-burg . 10 14 Portland. Ore. .. 45 52 St. Louis ....... 20 22 St. Paul 4 S Salt Lake City .. 40 44 San Francisco .. 58 58 Sheridan 26 38 Shreveport 50 62 Tampa. ......... 6S t Toledo 4 S Washington ..... 16 20 UTi.lictAB 10 19 .06 1.63 .04 .24 .10 . 56 .S4 .33 .04 .10 .53 .22 .OS .38 Pt.cldy. Cloudy Clear Clear Rain Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Snow Cloudy Snow Rain Cloudy Rain Clear Clear Snow Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Rain Snow Clear Pt.cWy. Clear Cloudy Rain Ptel'dy. Clear Ptcldy. Pt-cldy. BT ASSOCIATED- PRESS. Washington, Feb. 12. President Wilson's engagement for today were cancelled, according to an annouce ment at the executive offices because the president was ordered by his phy sician to etay in his room to recover from a cold. It was said at the White House that the president's cold had made him hoarse and caused a slight cough and his physician was keeping him to his room as a precaution against more cold. Officials said they expected the president would be out again tomor row. A dinner engagement for tonight with Postmaster General Burleson was cancelled and Secretary Bryan arrang ed to attend a White House luncheon with Gov. Fielder of New Jersey and Mrs. Fielder. They had expected to lunch with the president. Later Sec retary Bryan visited the president in his room. Among the engagements cancelled for today was a reception to a hun dred Boy Scouts of America and dele gates to the convention of the Cham ber of Commerce of the United States. BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Feb. 12. More than 100 Boy Scouts and scout masters gathered here today for the fourth annual ses sion of th Natlnoal Council of the Boy Scouts of America- One principal feature of the firs day's program a reception and an ad dress by Pieeident Wilson in the eeat room of the White House, was aban doned at the last moment because the president was confined to his room with a cold. The morning session was taken up with reports of officers and the after noon program was rearranged to go on without the march to th 'White House. Secretaries Bryan and Daniels turned aside from their duties to sr-k in praise of the Boy Scouts' work. Many members of congress and of national officers who have expressed their interest of the Boy Scouts were in attendance at the convention to day. Messages of greetings from govern ors of several southern atates were read at the meeting. The greeting of Governor O'Neal of Alabama waa coupled with a tribute to Lincoln. His message stated: "It is most fitting that your annua meeting should be held on the birth day of that great American whose con secration to duty and broad patriotism should be an Inspiration to every American boy. The splendid physicn.1 training, lofty ideals and patriotic sen timents which your organization pro mote entitles it to the commendation and encouragement of both national and state government." Governor Trammell of Florida wired: "I send hearty greetings to the Bey Scouts. May this worthy cause pros per." EXPLOSIVES SENT TO CHAMBERLAIN POTOMAC MAY BE RESCUED SHORTLY BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Feb. 12. Secretary Daniels today telegraphed Boatswain Wilkerson, commanding the naval tug Potomac, icebound in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, full power to exercise his discretion in extricating the boat and her crew from their perilous eitua-tion. Experts here believe It will be im possible to move the Potomac at pres ent, but Secretary Daniels wanted her commander to have a free hand. The revenue cutter Androscoggin, wnicn started to rescue -the Potomac Is rear ing either Halifax or Sydney, Nova Scotia, to await further orders. BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Birmingham, Eng., Feb. 12. A tuxe charged with high explosives and cov ered with a quantity of suffrage litera ture, was found today on a window sill of Moor Green hall, HIghbsfcry, near here, the residence of Arthur Cham berlain, brother of the Right Hon. Jo seph Chamberlain. A post card addressed to Reginald McKenna, home secretary, was found nearby. It bore the words, "Militancy is not dead, but if you are not already you soon will be." WADDELL SAYS HE'S OUT OF THE GAME BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. . Superior, Wis., Feb. 12. Rube Wad dell, one of the best pitchers In the major leagues, will never pitch an other game. The admission comes from Rube himself, who has returned his unsigned contract to the Virginia, Minn., club in the Northern league. Waddell came to Virginia, Minn., lat year from Minneapolis and wan re served for this season. "I am sending back the contract on- signed," writes Rube from Boeme, Texas. I would like to play but ne"r could get in shape. I have lost 54 pounds since I was up north. I bow weigh only 161. I am very weak and cannot walk 20 feet. I am writing thi in bed. "I have a nure with me all the time and a doator comes to see me three tlmea a week. He says Z prob ably will be beter when warm weather comes. Be Clean! Inside and Outside If Ton would be healthy, at rone and happy. Baths keep the skin clean and in eood condition. But m 1 t ' ' 1 . ii i ia wnat aDout toe insiae oi me Doayi You can no more afford to neglect It than the outside. It is just as import ant that the system be cleansed of the poisonous Impurities caused by weakness of the digestive organs or by inactivity of the liver. DR. PIERCE'S' Golden Medical Discovery (In Tablet or Liquid Form) Clea&aea the system and more. It puts the liver in suca a condition of health that it purifies the blood aa ft should. It helps the stomach digest food ao that it makes good blood rich, red blood to nourish and strengthen all the organs. Yon may avail yourself of its tonic, revivlfytee influence by getting a bottle or a box of tablets from your medicine daaler or aend 60c for a trial box. Address aa below. FREE Dr Pierce's Common Scnaa Md!oal AJtoej Preneb cloth bound book ef 1003 paves oa receipt of 31 one oaatstampa to coyer mailing1 caari Dr. R. V. Pieroa, Buffalo, ti. X. 1008 pastes on receipt of 31 one oaatatampa to cover mailing1 cea. Addroaa Say or "93" to Central and she'll connect you with the source of the best coal on earth Cathaiba oa 14 Baat Gftxpemnnt Stye. Phone Office IS and 11. Vaed and 134. ( 1 i '1 We are the aent for the Rob't Essex Model, the Queen and the Buckeye In cubators, Conkey's Poultry Remedies, Pratts' Poultry and Animal regulators, and Baby Chick feed. We also handle Poultry feeds of all kinds, meat scrap, hone, oyster shell, granite grit, In secticides, drinking foun tains, feed hoppers etc., etc. F. S. Mellen & Co. Phona 834 Oar den and AlearMi Penaaeota. Ft. AND SAFETY on our certificates of paidup stock we pay 3' twice a year, with the privilege of withdrawal whenever you need it, with interest to date of withdrawal. We have paid ovef $323,000 in dividends to thousands of stockhold ers. Pensacola Home and Savings Association n. M. CARV, Prdnt JOHN MA39EY, Secretary. 14 Eaat Qovarnmant. Let me send you FREE PERFUME Write today for a teating bottle of C ED. PINAUD'S LILAC The world' most famous perfume, every drop at tweet as the living- blowam. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath. Fine after shaving. All the value is in the perfume-yeu don t pa- extra for a fancy bottle. The quality i wonderful. The price only 75c (6 oz ). Send 4c for the little bottle-aaoufia for 50 handkerchiefs. Write today. PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M. ED. PINAUD BUILDING NEW YORK PORTER'S BAZAAR 114 Eatt WrlflM Street, Phone 2037 Aoante for W. I DOUGLAS and HAMILTON-BROWN Shoea, Hard ware, Dry Good and Notion. Low "at prlcea In the city at thia atore. ISfCS ftsrcca rrjjorrr i "f ten son Lee Lumber Co. BUILDING MATERIAL. "hone 310. Read The Journal Want Ad. Columns. !