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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL.WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Naval Stores Market. Savannah. Feb. 17. The spirits of turpentine market opened and closed dull today at 45 cent, with no sales report ed. Receipts were 150 casks and ship ments 201 casks, leaving stocks of 3.8S9 casks. fi'he rosin market opened and closed fifm. Sales were 2,834 barrels, receipts 3,S19 barrels and shipments 1,182 bar rels, leaving stocks of 139.70 barrels. yuotatiocs were as follows: w. w. W. G. . K IVo I -f- I C OA v ,oj 6.40 .6.25 . ....5.25 4.40 4.20 H 4.17 1-3 O 4.17 1-2 jP i41T X2 K 4.15 U 4.15 1! 415 6. SO 6.40 6.25 5.25 4.40 4.15 4.10O4.IZ 1-2 4.104.13 1-2 4.05 4.05 4.05 1ST REGISTER TO CAST A VOTE FOR SENATORS LAW REQUIRES ENTIRELY NEW REGISTRATION, AND BUT LIT TLE TIME REMAINS FOR AT TENDING TO THIS DUTY. Pensacola Cotton Market. The following report Is furnished daily for The Pensacola Journal by Harris, Allison aY Co., cotton merchants, Pensa cola, Fla: : - Oood middling 13 1-4 Strict middling 13 Middling 13 S-4 Strict low middling LOW .... . . If you contemplate casting a vote In the forthcoming senatorial election, you will have to be re-registered. The registration you may have had at tended to last year will not suffice. On th contrary, all precinct registra tion will have to be done over again In conformity "with the new law bear- .11 1-2 NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. .j "' Open. Close. Starch .... ....12.22 11.24 May .... ....11.91 11.97 July 11.85 11.91 .New Orleans Futures. New Orleans, Feb. 17 Cotton futures opened steady, 1 point up to three points off and displayed no decided tendency in the early trading. From a level 1 to 3 points down, prices rose to a level 1 to 2 points up. The undertone was steady on favorable spot accounts but business around the future ring was not brisk. In Liverpool Cotton. Liverpool. Feb. 17. Spot cotton fair demand, prices easier. Middling fair 7.69 flood middling 7.41 Middling 7.05 IjOW middling 6.71 Hood ordinary ..5.87 Ordinary 5.43 ' Sales 8,000 bales. Including 7,600 Amer ican and 500 for speculation rnd export. i. Receipts 42,000 bales including 33,300 American. Futures closed steady. February - ....6.67d .Februarv-March 6.66 1-2 March-April .....6.67 1-2 April-May 6.64d May-June 6.4d June-July 6.59 l-2d uly-AuKUst 6.55 l-2d August-September .... .45d Heptember-Ootober .... .... ....6.43d September-October .... fJ 6.32 October-November 6.24 November-December 6.20 pecember-January 6.19 Chicago Grain. Chicago, Feb. it CASH: Wheat No. S red 96 l-4a7 1-2; No. 2 hard 93a5-: No. 3 Northern 94 l-2a95 1-2: Ho. 2 Spring 94a95. Corn No. 2 quotations. Oats Stanfard 40. Rye No. 2 nominal. Barley 49a70. Hay Timothy $3.75a5.S3; clover 12.00 and 14.50. Provisions Fork 21.75; lard 10.63; ribs, ll00all.50. V EARLY MORNING FIRE. - Fire-thls'tnorntng-at 'l-o'clock; out side the city limits, destroyed a frame cottage near Kupfrian'a park. Fire trucks' went a portion of the way. but returned when it was found the blaze was outside the fire limts. : LEGAL NOTICE. CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain, owners nor consiinees of the Br. SS. August Belmont will be re- , sponsible for debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. JOHN CLARKE, GULF TRANSIT COMPANY, . Captain. Consignee. ( Jf lag upon the case, and deputies are now stationed In every precinct in city and county to look after this feature. They are available daily in the city at the following places: Precinct 12 Pan Bergln, corner Al canlz and Intendencia, Consumers Cash Store. Precinct 13 Dan Murphy, super visor's -'ffice, courthouse annex. Precinct 14 Sam Z. Gonzalez, II. O. Anson's Shoe Store, Palafox street. Precinct 15 F. J. Rlera, truck house No. 6, Intendencia and DeVilliers. Precinct 26 E. C. Stout, Greek store, Tenth avenue and Wright street, across from round house. Precinct 27 T. M. Farrar, Ninth avenue and Strong, Farrer & Son's store. Precinct 28 Herman Helnberg, cor ner Davis and East DeSoto, Berson's store. Precinct 29 O. G. Crona, F. B. Rad cliffs & Son store, Hayne and East Gadsden. Precinct 30 J. E. Maura. Sr., corner North Palafox and Brainard, old vot ing place, C. T. Martin's store. Precinct 31 Fred Thompson, J. Ed Williams stores. Precinct 32 E. R. Ward. George Bedsole store. Pine and F streets. No. 34 John Zirklebach, corner W. Gregory nd DeVilliers. . Costs Nothing to Register. There Is no charge, for re-reglster-lng. You are at liberty to comply w;ih the new law by registering, and it will co: t you nothing. The boundaries of the city precincts, twelve in number, are as follows: Precinct 12 Bounded on the north by Gadsden street, on the. east by Ninth avenue, south by the bay of Pensacola, west by Alcaniz street. Precinct 13 Bounded on the north by Gadsden street, east by Alcaniz, south by bay of Pensacola, west by Palafox street. Precinct 14 Bounded on the north by Gadsden 6treet, east by Palafox, south by the bay of Pensacola, west by Spring street, south to Roman a and Barcelona from Romana to bay of Penascola, Precinct 15 Bounded m the north by Garden street, east by Spring street to Romana and Barcelona and Ro mana south by Barcelona street, south by bay of Pensacola- west by Olivia street. Precinct 26 Bounded on the north by- Gadsden street, east by Bayou Texar, south by bay of Pensacola, west by Ninth avenue. Precinct 27 Bounded on the north by city Mmits, east by Bayou Texar, on the south of Gadsden, west by Ninth avenue. Precinct 28 Bounded on the- north HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. Feb. 15. 3 p. m., steamer City of Everitt, bound east; 8 p. m., steamer O'Geochee, bound west; 11 p. m.. steamer Elalba, bound west Feb. 16. 4 a. m., steamer Radiant, with tow, bound west; 8 a. m., steamer Sandejord, bound west; S a. m., steam er iuonarcn, bound west; 11 a. m., steamer Kave, bound west; 3 p. m.. Leyland line steamer, bound east. a a a Arrived. Monvlso, Ital ss, 2522, Revello, Key West, to J. A. llerritt & Co. Cleared. Br ss Samara, Thompson, for Mo bile, In water ballast. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships. August Leffler, Swed, 1145, Mobile, to J. Garriga. Competitor, Br, 2216, Rust, St Lucia, to M. A. Qulna Export Co. Rostock. Ger, 1360, Osten, Hamburg, to Pensacola Shipping Co. Samara, Br, 2030. Thompson, Belize, to Gulf Transit Co. Selene, Ital. 236S, Genoa, to C. W. Oliver, agent. Rokeby, Br. Hood, 2465, Santos, to John A. Merritt & Co. Ships. Novo. Nor. 1411. Gregersen, Pernam- buco. to Southern States Lumber Co. Wallacetown, Ital, 1567. Caeace. Montevideo, to H. Baars Co. Ortrud. Ital. 1402, Filippini. io Ja neiro to Southern States Lumber Co. ' Barkentines. Stranger, Br., 340, Whitney, Matan- zas, to master. Barks. Maranda, Nor, 13S3, Hetan, to M. A. Quina. Claudia. Dan, 324. Aaberg, Havre, to William Drunimond. Altacama, Nor, 1068. Gundersen, Co- penh' ;.?n, to Seams Lumber Co. Atlanta, Nor. 99S, Stendahl. Bahia. German-American Doctors YESTERDAY'S WEATHER ; 4 to Schooners. Lady of Avon. Br, sen, 249, Steele, Mobile, to faster. David C. Rilcey. Br, 2S4, Ritcey, Per- nambuco, to A. Zelius. C. D. Pickles, Br. 399. Meisser, Mo bile, to J. A- Merritt & Co. FIRE DESTROYS AN ENTIRE SPANISH VILLAGE CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain, owners or eonalmtw.a of Ttnl R I "Monvlso'- will be responsible by city limits, east Dy ixinin arvenue, for debts contracted by the crew of snl1 vessel. H. REVELLO, Captain. JOHN A. MERRITT & CO., Consignee: CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain. " owners or consignees of the SS. Se lene will be responsible for G debts contracted by the crew or saia vessel. v ,MARINI UMSPRTO. Captain. C. W. QL1VKR & CO.. Consignee. CREW NOTICE. Neither the captain, owners or consignees of the British SS. Competitor will be re sponsible for riehta cAntrart ed by the crew of said vessel. . - W- w MILBURN, Captain. JJ. A. QUINA KXPORT CO.. " - Consignee. JOHN A MERRIT A CO.. Agts. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. 7By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale rendered by the Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fh-st Judical Circuit of Florida, in and for Escambia County, In chancery, in a certain cause In said court pending, wherein L. S. Brown Company, a corpo ration under the laws of the State of Florida.' is plaintiff, and James Willis and Clara WlUis, husband and wife, and Wm. Fisher, as administrator of the estate of J. D. Waters, deceased, are defendants, X will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, at public outcry, at the county court house door In the city of Pensacola, Escambia county, Florida, during the legal hours of sale, on Mon day, the 2nd day of March, A. 1). 1914, the following described property, to-wit: Lot 9. in block 80 of the West King tract Belmont numbering, according to the plan and survey of said section 28, by Wm. F. Lee, and being the same property con veyed by Nannie W. Kagan to J. D. Waters, by deed dated August 9th. 1905, situate. lying and being in the city of Pensacola, Escambia county. Florida, to gether with all ' and singular the tene ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In anywise apper taining. Terms cash. Deed at cost of purchaser. W. D. Howe, Special Master. 2?-A-feb4oaw4w OLD SORES if l0D-P0 150N. WO UN DsTv Qyj Mt)SRY MOHqwC CO, T' Half Sfxe of Original 50-cent Box Ask Your Druggist. south by Gadsden street, west by Al caniz. Precinct 29 Bounded on the north by city limits, east by Alcaniz street, south by Gadsden street, west by Pal afox street. Precinct SO Bounded on the north by city limits, east by Palafox street4 south by Gadsden street, west by Spring street. Precinct 31 Bounded on the north and northwest by city limits, east by Spring street, south by Gadsden. Precinct 32 Bounded on the north by Gadsden street, east by Olivia street, south by bay of Pensacola, west by city limits and Bayou Chico. Precinct 34 Bounded on the north by Gadsden street, east by Spring street, south by Garden street, west by Olivia street . Madrid, Spain, Feb. 17. Fire de stroyed the village of Espianso de los Chaballeros in the province of Alila early today. The brief official des patches received here referred indefi nitely to the numerous dead and in jured. The flames broke out at midnight and were fanned into violence by a strong wind until every house in the place was on fire. Espionse de los Caballeros is a small agricultural center with about 300 inhabitants. We Tre-t Chronic Diseases Only. The German-American Doctors make no misleading or deceptive proposi tions to the afflicted, neither do they promise to 'cure in a few days" In order to get you to treat with them. They tell you just what to expect from each week's treatment; tell you how each medicine acts, and you judge for yourself. The German -American Doctors will effect a -complete, lasting, safe and permanent cure, guaranteed, in the quickest possible time without leaving any injurious after effects in the sys tem. And, too, at the lowest possible cost consistent with honest, skillful and successful service. They cure Stricture, Verlcocele, Nervous Debility, Blood Poison, Deaf ness; all kinds of Piles, Fistula, Fis sures and Rectal Troubles, Kidney and Uripary Diseases. Rheumatism ' in all its' many forms.' Diseases of Women cured without the use of the knife; also diseases and weaknesses due to Specific Diseases. Special Home Treatment for those who cannot call. Office hours begin at nine o'clock in the morning and run continuously till eight o'clock at night; Sundays, from nine until twelve, mornings, only. GERMAN - AMERCiN fOCTORS Thiesen Building, Pensacola . last night. An electric iron and a big bundle of clothing was recovered when the officers stationed on Baylen street made the arrest. United States department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles F. Mar vin, chief. Daily weather bulletin. Psnsacola'a Tsmperature Data, Highest on record for February, 78 degrees. Lowest on record for February, 1 degrees. Average of the highest daily tem peratures for February, 62 degrees. Average of the lowest dally temper atures for February, 43 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 81 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 45 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for th month of February, 4.4'J inches. Total rainfall this February to 7 p. m-. 2.S6 Inches. Temperature 7 p. m. 49, 8 p. m. 48, 9 p. m. 47. tag am. stact m Bwxwtwa IMl STATIONS Temp. to 4) "O m l 3 10UKIST CLUB MEETS TODAY AN ENTERTAINING PROGRAM HAS BEEN PREPARED FOR THE MEETING THIS AFTERNOON. NEW SUITS FILED. The following new suits -were filed yesterday in the office of the clerk of the circuit court: Stearns Lumber & Export Co. vs. Karl Eitter, et ux., foreclosure of mort gage; M. E. Morey, attorney for plain tiT. "usle Geussani vs. Chas. Geussanl, bill for rflvoroe; Jno. P. Stokes, attor ney for plaintf?. C. H. Turner Constructon Co. vs. Samuel .T. Gonzalez, bill of complaint; M. E. Morey, attorney for plaintiff. STOLEN CLOTHING. Charged with stealing the clothing of a colored Inmate in the restricted district early last night a marine giv ing the name of Jemane. was arrested iriEMEDYFORMENr 1 AT YOUR DRUGGIST. g . The. -Tourist club- wilt meet-at the First Baptist church this afternoon. This club has done much to enter tain the tourists and also advertise Pensacola as a good place to spend the winter. The meetings have been well attended and very pleasant For today a committee has prepared a program of unusual merrit, which fol lows : 1. Piano Solo Miss Warren, of St Louis. 2. Reading Mrs. J. F. Walker, of Illir ois. 3. Violin Solo Miss Dorothy Os good. 4. Recitation Eloise Thomas, four years old. 5. Vocal Solo Miss Ferrill Warren, of St. Louis. 6. Reading W. H. Taylor, of Illi nois. 7. Vocal Solo Dr. Benn. Abilene 60 68 Atlanta 54 58 Boston 22 24 Buffalo 16 18 Birmingham .... 56 66 Chicago 28 30 Denver 38 B0 Galveston 60 G2 Green Bay ..12 IS Hatteras 46 46 Huron 22 24 Jacksonville .... 50 CO Kansas City .... 50 56 Knoxville 52 56 Louisville 52 5t Memphis 62 66 Montgomery ... . 54 66 New Orleans 58 70" New York 22 22 North" Platte .... 42 54 Oklahoma 62 . 6S Palestine C6 63 PENSACOLA ... 57 61 Phoenix 5S 64 Pittsburg 36 36 Portland, Ore. ... 38 44 St. Louis 58 62 St Paul 18 24 Salt Lake City .. S8 42 San Francisco .. 56 58 Sheridan 38 44 Shreveport . . 64 68 Tampa C2 68 Toledo 26 S2 Washington 36 42 Williston .. 26 28 ... Cloudy . . Clear .04 Snow ' .08 Pt.cldy, Clear .01 Cloudy . . Cloudy .. Cloudy .22 Clear .22 Clear . . Clear . . Clear . . Clear . . Clear Clear . . Clear . . Clear . .' Clear . . - Snow Cloudy . . Pt.cldy. ... Cloudy . . Clear . . Cloudy .02 Cloudy .01 Rain . . Cloudy . . Clear . . Cloudy .04 Cloudy .. Cloudy . . Cloudy . . Clear .10 Cloudy . . Clear . . Cloudy THIRTEENTH PEACE TREATY WAS SIGNED Washington, Feb. 17. The thirteenth of Secretary Bryan's peace treaties, that with the Dominican republic, was signed today. The two nations agreed to submit for investigation for at least one year all questions which cannot be settled by diplomacy. Your dollar will do won ders in Pensacola this Dol lar Day. ' BREMNER WILL WAS MADE PUBLIC YESTERDAY Passaic, N. J., Feb. 17. The will of Representative R. B. Bremner, who died on February 5 in a sanitorium in Baltimore where he had undergone the radium treatment for cancer was made public today. The estate is valued at about $100,000. After making a cash bequest of $10, 000 to his mother, Mrs. Alexander Bremner of Camilla, Canada, Mr. Bremner directed that the residue of his estate be given to his wife, Mrs. Edith L. Brenxner, and his brother, Leith S. Erewner, of Richmond; Va. To his brother, Mr. Bremner left his newspaper, the Passaic Herald. If the executors decide to sell the property, CHICHESTER S PILLS Wjrv THE DIAMOND OSAKU, A Ladies! Auk J oar liruggtiH lot , bt-cbw-tr a IMamoad lira a 4 hones, fteftied whA Blua R Wrbon. lata a arr. Bnr If rr v DUilO.M) i;UAM r iLLA, for S. years knm as Best. Satast, Alwajr? Reli.U SOI !) BY AGISTS EVERYWKER- We never close. Abbott's Garage. Phone 415. CONTRACTOR SHOT AND KILLED HIMSELF BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Birmingham, AUv, Feb. 17. Frank H. Conner, a general contractor, and president of the Birmingham General Contractors Association, shot and al most instantly killed himself today early In his office on the tenth floor of the Brown-Marx office building, send ing a bullet into his brain. No one was In the room at the time. A maid In the building heard the shot, ' but thought it was an electric globe break ing and paid no attention to it for several minutes. No cause is assign ed for the acL The deceased was do ing well in business. He is survived by widow and two children. RUDE WADDELL, ONCE GREAT PLAYER, DYING San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 17. Rube Waddell is dying, his mother said last night. The big pitcher, who came to Texas several months ago, hag been brought to Sin Antonio from Berne Tex., and placed in a sanitorium. He is now unable to walk. "Rube is much weaker than when he first came south, said his mother to day. "The doctors say there is no chance for his recovery." WaddeB is suffering from a bron chial eJHSSbfn, THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP U. S. Department of Agriculture. wriz: a thed FI TDPA I T V J 'V n Ssa. Pensacola, Fla.. Feb. 17. Fair Tuesday: Wednesday in creasing cloudiness, probablv- rain east portion; moderate north to northeast winds. . EXPLANATORV NOTES,, . . , . . H ..it.. tm. ll,.MM.f.Hi1nM1 Iamm Uval TrK v. I ,, H.,to Ana t fTi a1 tac fhrtr.lt istfttta of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines! pass through points of equal temperature; drawn onl7 for zero, freezing. 80 and 100. O clear; Q partly cloudy; t"j cloudy: 1J rain; snow; report missing.. Arrows nj wua tne wino. irst cruxes, sign est temperature past 12 hours; second, precipitation of jOI Inch or more tor past 24 hoars: third, maxim am wind velocity. i proceeds to be divided between Leith j after the fv.twttorm saved the livtvi S. Bremner and the widow. j of nls c1x chi;drpn today. With fin (raging !n th house, hq droi-i.ed lhm SNOW BANK SERVED one at a time from the rof into tho TO SAVE SIX LI VES : snow. Non w as hurt, although. iV.m youngest child is only a yr old. lie Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 17. Snow 'fore saving thft children. Grob car which Stephen Grob of Jersey Cliyjried his wife down stairs n safety, heaped up when cleaning his sidewalk j The house was destroyed. mmmssffib i is mnir ?a the canal of hft hnt ir. Fewer If clogged up. All life consists of building up and tearing down and just in the same manner that the bhxxi carries to tho various parts of the body th foxl that the cells need for building i:p, so it is compelled to carrv away the waste material that's torn t.own. These waste materials are poisonous and destroy us t:r W.-j the liver and kidneys are stimulated into ref resheu and vigorous life. DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery 13 the balancing power a vitalizing power. It acts on the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition on the purifying lilters which clean the blood. Thus fresh vitalized blood feeds the nerves, heart and brain. This well known alterative relieves catarrh of the stomach and i:eaaacnes accompanying same, and has ben successful for mure than a gen eration as a tonic and body-builder. It buiids up the rundown system. 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