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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1917.
FOR SUREST AND QUICKEST RESULTS There's a Buyer for Every Useful Thing. Sell What You No Longer Need Through a "For Sale" Ad Phone 1500 Before 7 p.m. it' HELP WANTEDMALE. WANTED 100 men to cut excelsior wood fj. Perdldo Beach, Alabama. $1.10 per cord. Also land clear-in at a pood price o tie cutting. Address Will Thomas, Perdido Peach. Ala. 4julyl WANTED AT ONCE A colored tl:a"f feur. Apply t Hargls' Pharmacy, :03 f. Palafox St. 3 July WANTED Younjr man to do office work. Prefer one with knowledae of typewriting. Address Columbia, care of Journal. 3Ju!y2 WANTED Experienced stenographer Run oin.ee man. Apply c ll. lurner 3.. 30 E. Garden St. 3july2- Co WANTED A man to live on and work email farm about 5 miles from Pensa cola. Apply P. O. Pox 4G6. 3July3 WANTED Laborer and skilled mechan . Ics. App'y at once. S. F Fulghum & Co., 20T North Palafox. 30June7 U."S. GOVERNMENT needs thousands c'eiks (men-women), for war prepar ations. 1100 month. Life Jobs. -Write Immediately fcp list position obtainable. Franklin Institute. frt. fiS P. Roches ter. N. T. l0maytoJulyS2 j CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Pen sacola soon. Men and women desir ing government clerkships. Department. 1. PostofRce. Railway Mail. Customs. Write for free particulars to J. C. Leon ard (Former Government Examiner). Kenols Eldg., Washington. ljuly ELP WANTED -FEMALE. WANTED A good cook, zalez Corn Mills Co. Apply Gon 4julytf WANTED A flrot class cook; cood Jiages. Apply 225 W. Defioto. 3july WANTED. WANTED Ford touring or delivery car. late model; must be in A-l condition and cheap for cash. Dr. Masgana, Hi West Government street. Phone 1927. 30june4x WANTED Tour bicycle repairing, al.o to equip your bicycle with Wentworth's special tires. T. T. Wentworth, Jr.. corner Pelmont and Davis streets. Work gnar enteed. Jur.e2tf WANTED Fewin'g machines to repair. - Why buy a machine when your old one can be made as good as ever. Ring 666. 1 will cell. Work guaranteed. 131 North Palafox street. - J. H. Blakesley. gmaytf WANTED Watches and clocks to re ' pair. All work guaranteed. Will C. Dlf fend erf er. Phone 8208. WANTED Tour Job printing and orders for engraving of all kinds, calling cards, weidlng invitations, etc. MATES PRINT INO CO.. t West Govern m e t- WANTED TO BUT. WANTED A second-hand Ford car at once. J. D. Anderson. 4julyl -WANTED 1J4T-34 thousand sweet, po tato vine tunings, InVeply state kind, price rnd earliest delivery. J. R. Bos vell, Rox 63. Bagdad. Fla. 19jun2w MR. FARMER, we want on vthe L. & X. railroad, with in 100 miles of Pensacola, Florida, Excelsior cord wood, cut from any kind of livinrr cntinv tiinr Tr should Y-""Jc ""t'i'J ' J have only few outside knots. I The hark must he peeled off. . AVTy ...111 , '7 1 tO '$3.00 per cord, according- to the freight charged. WE WILL PAY THE t FREIGHT. Write us from what station you expect to ship and we will then ttU you what price we will pay 'vou and mail you our specifi cations. PEXSACOLA EX CELSIOR CO.. P. O. iox il350, Pensacola, Florida. . v. . ljuly WOOL We are large bur ners of all kinds of wool. If you want the highest price paid for vour accumulations. oia rime r.na -ictai k-.o.. f iK , T"1 TTIvS1f j Pi;proln. Fla f ) Av-4NTT:t AT ON'CP Fine ft rorVer. i weighing 10 to Mo pounds dossed, ffllvered to Sprnkl's Cash Market. rite er ttione Til. lmj WT5 BUT second-bend fornIU' "ell new end second-band furniture cheap. Nov rtty Furniture Co.. tt Eaet Ooverntnent. i ' LOST AND FOUND. J-OST An Eastern Star pin on the east side of Palafox between rtresory nml I harden. Return to 236 E. Gregory. Mrs. f j. N. Rosrers and receive reward. S.iul 3 h LOST $7.00 bill either In Kress' store I "r on Palafox to the postoffice. Finder Please return to ReynalJs' Music H01.se and receive rewsrd. 2july3 TRANSFER. STORAGE. ICtTT TRANSFER CO.. of Pensacola 'TOM and warehouse. 227.S3S East Hrden itreet. Telephone 400. Haullnr, lrVn- Packing end storage. Largest Public warehouse tn West Florida Motor iirucK equipment for hay rides an dplcnle lPnle. ' gd-e Mr..wHANTS TRANSFFR CO.. Thoe. B. Ht JZfH-' jowletor. eoilcite all kmds b "?JiSi"n.l bwl. Furniture packed - U ... - w-.'u.V 91D1.U- ' 1 1 . SINGftAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phnn. 'lauline, PacWne. Rtnrinff. AUTOMOBILE. (t, UrP work quickly a.-i efficiently FOR SAL. FOR SALE Early Triumph Sweet Po tato Vine Cuttings. Price $2.00 per thousand f. o. !. Pay Minette. . Prompt shipment. L. T. Rhodes, Bav 'ilinette, Ala. 4july7 FOR SALE Saw mill com plete and dry kiln; daily cut 20m. For particulars phone 1496 or address Box 1341, Pensacola, Fla. Sjuly, FOR SALE Cheap, second hand furniture; terms one half cash balance weekly payments, Mirrors resilver cd. Climax Furniture Co., 424 K. Garden street. 3July4' FOR SALE Squabs at Bis Bayou Poul trv Farm. Route 2, Box 7?, Pensacola. Fla. 3july7 FOR SALE: 40 h. p. heavy duty 4 -cylinder Lamb engine. M Oriole, double cyl inder 6 Ferro, two rowboats, battery out board motor, 17-foot juniper, round hot. torn launch. Good bargains. Phone 680. Pensacola Gas Engine & Supply "n. July3tf FOR SALE Two fine cows, one with calf and one with calf shortly: also two work mules Phone Gl3 or 1097. July2tf I FOR SALE or trade. 24-foot motor bot, j 8-horsepower engine, juniper hull, fo'- prooa mine. Aaares s. ti. Appie. ceneraj Delivery, city. ljuly" FOR SALE Pure milk and creaT". not the cheapest but the Lest. Jersev Farm Dairy. Phone 1370. IjulyS FOR SALE One model 80 Overland, just overhauled. Pensacola Overland Co.. 113 North Palafox. sojune FOR SALE Three lots nar the corner of 14th avenue and DeSoto mrett, two blocks from new hospits! Price very j reasonable. Cash or easy terms. For lurtner jnrormation. address L. L. A . Box 166. Chipley. Fla SOjune BUY DIRECT Cut out the middle inans profit. We want your orders fo" special pack Elberta peaches for your self or your friend. Ours are the eoua! of any grown In Georgia. Satisfaction guaranteed. Price f 1.75 f. o. b. here Deliverable about July 1.". Reference, Bank of Sparta llosemont Peach & Poultry Farm. Sparta. Georgia. F. A. Rozier, Manager ljuly2w FOR SALE 7-room bungalow, horse end colt In good, condition. 120 West Zar rngossa street. SOjunelwk FOR SALE All or half interest in good paying; well estab'ished ranilv and sodji business, rood location, free of debt. Applv Geo. Commins. 102 Kist Wright street. - - , 2PiuneT FOR SALE 37-foot cabin launch. 8-foot beam. 12 h. p. automatic engine, good condition. also Studebaker roadster, chean for cash. Owner leaving citv. Ap ply 33 West;-Main street. 28june7 FOR SALE Good horse, or will trade for good cow: also second-hand buegv and harness Phone 24'ia-W, or write Box 269, Pensacola. C8june7 FOR SALE Cheap, one counter show case, 114 South Palafox street. CI utter Music House. 2fijune F'OR SALE A good combination horse. Apply to F. Herrmann. Ooulding. Phone 5r.3. 27June7 FOR SALE Or exchange, a 20-acre farm S1 miles from the court house. Fifteen cres cleared, cross-fence fve cre lot, wire fencing. Fifteen hundrel cypress tank, water piped all over the place T.arge barn, chicken house, pecan nd fruit trees, rranes. Good 4-rcom house; an Ideal place for a dairy. Will sell or trade for city proptrty. Apply to R. P. Reese une24tf SEE US for largest assort ment, all makes, second hand automobiles. Lowest prices, easy terms. Pensacola "Ruick & Supply Co., Phone 465. June27tf j FOR SALE or would exchance for land near this city, a valuable piece of 1-md at French Lick, Indiana. about fo.'r blocks from the hotel and springs, on heights overlooking the town and springs,, covered with oak and Mckory and sur rounded by niee dwellings. A-l title can be had. For price, etc.. apply to William Emerv,' Pensacola, Fla., Route A. Box 51. 2Hup 1une27tf FOR SALE My plaee concamng lot ISfWIiil tat. nnii VfMIe TI West Peterson stret. neir Little Bayou. J . .1 ,1 . IT...1 V. 1 T". I - 1 T7tA ' Il1un2w FOR SALE OR RENT Modern six -room f cottage In Lakeview, facing Bayou 1 par. VOOil iipiiiii, liniilios mm utiiu- lr4g within a stone's throw. See K. L. Reese. 33 South Palafox street. Phone 1761. 21Junelm FOR SALE Two mules, medium weight. Phone 416, Pensacola Overland Co. 19Junetf LEGAL NOTICE. in Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida. ! Max L Bear and Pensacola Home and Saving Asrociation. a corporation un der tue Laws of the State of Florida, vs. John Hunt, the unknown heirs of John Hunt; Severino Palao and Martin Pa lao and their unknown heirs; Robe.it Mitchell anil bis unknown heirs and George Cary and his unknown heisr. All parties claiminr an interest in the West Three Hundred Feet (West 3c0 j feet) lying South of th? County Road. or laii four acrorciinn 10 me suo division of Nlnety.six Acres (98 acres) of the Pedro Palao Grant, made by Wil liam Fisher and a p'.at of which is re corded with the deed of William Fisher to Mrs. Florence R. teBaron. in Deed Book 11, page CIS of the Records of Es cambia County. Florida; and all parties claiming an Interest, in said property un der John Hunt. Severino Palao. Martin Palao. Robert Mitchell and George C:fy or otherwise, are required to arpear to the bill of complaint filed i.i this suit on the 17 day of September. A. D.. 1917. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 18 day of June. 1917. (Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk of Circuit Court. Escambia County, Florida. l321A2ojun!2w The Journal's "Want Ad. ! Way" is the BEST way. POSITION WANTED. In memory of Mr. Frank L. Mayes, nd In recognition ef the spirit of helpfulness that was his, The Journal will Insert under this classification free advert'sements for those In need of employment. A MIDDLE AGED AVHITE MAN of good character and habits wants situation as night watchman, care-taker, over seer, sexton, janitor, or any kind of light work in city or coumrv; best of refer once eivr-n c.cr, h r,,. i Box 124, Dade City, Florida. 3jul7 TOL'XC LADY wants position as office girl or clerk in rlrv goods store. Ad. dress F. W.. 307 6th Ave. SjulyT WANTED Position by experienced man exempt from military dutv; am em ployed, but would like to change. Ad dress 25, care of Journal. 3Jul WANTED Position as general louse work. Address Box O. O., Route 1. . 3july7 POSITION WANTED by young mnn of good habits fs bookkeeper, assistant or rs flcrk hi store. Address, p O. Rot 4. Moiii-o. Fla. ' jn)-7 steady man, 30 years old. married. 1" years' experience on mechanical, electri cal and general construction work. fMn. crete, steel or enrpontrv. Office cvjierl ence. Address II.. 1510 W. Garden St. ljuly: WANTED Position bv voung man lust back trom colle.ee. Office work pre ferred. Has some knowledge of steno graphy. Address "E. Ti.," care Journal. ZSJuneT I WANTED Position es stenographer i .Car' K've references Address "V. O ., 1 Jr.apt Gregory street. 27june7 FOP RENT. FOR RIlNT Furnished room with bath, - private family on North Hill, gentle. m.-n,.rreferred- Piionc i;;76 or call at "aw. Jackson St. Hilly,", FOR RENT Five room apartm.nt or will rent rooms separatelv. Phone !'65 or ca.l at .117 N. Barcelona St. Sjuiy RENT Two funis'. fd rooms with bath, phone and private porch. 301 YV. Chw -gt- 3july FOR RENT Two conner-ting front rooms for light house-keepinsr with bath and gas. Apply ;i w. Chase street, ljuly FOR RENT Cool rcoms, screened furn ished for house keeping, if wanted" Modern conveniences, on car line near - -af ,rui iur summer, dih r:. tiov emment St. 1 july7 FOR PALE OR RENT Residence In! lest part of North Hill: three bath-.i large galleries: or will rent in apart ments, feparate bath rooms and gas meters to each apartment. Comfortabe. 1 P. O. Box 1214. SOjiiiie FOR RENT Nice C-rnom cottage. 1321 t-ist Strong street. $16 per month. Ap- 1 P.y No. 9 East Intendencia. 2tj.j-.im' FOR RENT Large fro;it room. well screened, southern exposure, 214 West regory street. 24June I FOR RENT One block from Y. M. C. A., one comfortable and thoroughly screened room, adjoining bath, summer 1?; aso nice garage Ideal location. 516 North Palafox street. Phone 2208 -R. FOR RENT Cool, pleasant rooms, fur nished or unfurnished. 102 North . canlz street, tw0 blocks south of L. & N- depot. Juneltf FOR RENT Two suites of furnished rcom.s for lieht hnus-keeplne, modem tonyeii'.-ncs. North Hill, near car line. ..'Ji'''0 Nation. Phone 167, Or call at 1120 North Palsfox street. maylOtf j FOR REN"r -Furnished rooms for house keppiF. or "erarately. screened and ooI; most pleaspnt location in citv 1 30 North 12th avenue, phone 1317. " 1 j . IShine I FOR RENT Two nic'lv furnished rooms at reasonable j'irtniier r:n- -S West Garden street, or phone 1800. Jul3tf i FOR RENT Large front rooms, south ern exposure, modern conveniences 221 N. Barcr-ina St. Phone 172. 12jun I FOR RENT Suites of rooms for light J housekeeping: private bath, hot and eold water. 31(5 Ouillemarde, three blocks west of L. A N denot. block ntt f v M. C. A. Phone 1588. 12apf FOR RENT Comfottabte. coo! furnished front room, southern exposure, one block north T. M. C. A. 20 East LaRua may4 SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMAN Capable speclaltv man for F'or'da. Staple line on NEW and EX CEPTIONAL terms. Vacancy now. At tractive commission contract. $35.00 weeklv for pxnfnsM. AT Pies V Tivler "i26 Cailin Rldg., Cleveland, Ohio, ljuy Maie and female hep SECRET SOCIETIES. F. A A. M. S:e' !al communiction of Pen sacola Lodge. No. 42. F. A. M.. Thursday, July C, at 7io0 p. m.. at K. of P. bar. Work in M. M. degree. Visiting brothers ! fraternally invited. W. II. WHITE, W. M. w. o. w. Live Oak Camp. No. 1. Woodman of the World meets first and third Tuesday nights for regular meetings. Woodman Hull. 115 and 117 1-2 West Garden street. W. H. WHITE. C VILLAR, ' Clerk. C. C. Modern Wooamen. Pensacola Camp No. 18368, Modern Woodmen of America, meets first and third Thursday nights at 7:30 p. rn., at K. of P- hall cn East Intendencia street. F. D. RICHARDS. C. EGGART. Conaul. Clerk. Penaacoia Lodjs No. , I. o. O. F. Pensicola Lodge No- 4, f. O. O. F-, meets every Thursday at 7:80 p. m. in Rafforl Had. corner Byien and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially Invited. C. R. BELL. N. Q. I. S. Nicola u. Secretary. w. o. vr. Live Oak Camp, No. 1, Woodman ot tne World meets first and third Tuesda) nights for general Duslneas anU second nd tonrth Tuesday sights for degree ..rk. Woodman Hall. ll and 11714 W'eei U.ruen streei W. B. WH1TW. " vn.iAR. Oertt. o. a. i Subscribe for The Journal. 6 SQUIRREL FOOD !T r -- : PESOfS IkJ A MW LDNDOtf SHOW 15 E HlBvfilsU UeR LfVTtST ASSOtrrMChJT of vea- GEAR We ARC GWiM& -rVE&e suG&cs-riotfs as APVAMCg POPE FOFl AMY OF YOU Wv40 WANT "TO COrAPeTe VJfW 6ABV vowetJ ?ne ROWS OVER rtERG WltVA ttER LAYOUT OF nEhD OcCORATIOKS DoMT Be AFUAtO OF" eeiKi Too cn-mtME, GeTN&UR HUBBY'S 5Aft amptrm top whth OFFCG FURMlTitoE AND HMOV.COM Notice is herebv piven tiint a meetine: of the shareholders of the National Bank of Coniiverce will be held at ils baukintc rooms, in Pensacola. Kloihlt. :it - o'rlO' U p. m., 0' July 31, 1017. f'r the purpose of considering and taking action ui on a resolution placing said Hank in volun tary liquidation, and upon a proposed purchase of its assets by the Amerh-an National Bank and tor other purpose: . J. W. M ALONE, 132SA-30june30da Cashier. Notice is hereby icn that a meeting of the shareholders of the American National Bank, of Pensacoia, Florida, will be held at 2 p. m.. on July 31. i:17. at its banking rooms in Pensacola, Florida, for the purpose of considcrir.se and passing upon amendments to its Articles of Association, and of inereasinrr its capital stock and for other purposes. C. W. LA MA It. 1327A.30june30ua Cashier. BUSINESS ff ORJUNITI ES. SrCCESSFFL FINANCE shows you hOsv to make the big profits, bankers make when thev pay you only or 4 f r cent for use of your money. Send for 6 months subscription free. Successful Fi nance. Sfl Broadway, New York. l.iul;. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. IF VOL" ARE interested in oil and you have a little money to invest, then write us We have proven territory. Ad dress Gi'enwood Oil Co., 132" Stout St., Denver, Colo. -ljuly MISCELLANEOUS. J. L. BLI-:iSOE. I'pholsteier. Furniture, 'f'arpet. Mattine, ShniU-s and Linoleum Worker. Repair and Refiniah Of.lce and Ilousehohi Funiilure a Specialty. At Marston & Qulna. Ijuly7 LFJARN al'out wonderful Peru Shanon J'eas: hov. one farmer realized $l.",00i from 3 1-2 acres; irrows no,is 3 ft. long, vires 30 feet. Prodigious yielder of peaa and vines, partners Seed Co., Clarkes villo, Ten'n. ljuly VETERINARY SURGEON. LR. GEO. MASGANA. French Graduate Veterinarian, will treat any disease of domesticated animals at moderate price. IK South Spring street. Phone 172H. Di. Masgana's Mange Cure is the bet. ljuly 1m ARi ESl.iIS WELLS. ARTESIAN WELLS Will put in we'.ls 4 to 12 Inches diameter, any depth, and guarantee water Write for full in 'ormation. Gray Artesian Well Co.. Cot tondale. Fla. aprljtf FISHER-BROWN. We Will Bond You. - 918 Phones 919. Subscribe for the journal. 1 I i - ! ! I " . . . . j : r " flucfj - j j I LEGAL NOTICES. LEG AL N OT1CE. i .) A Real B ONLY $500 EASY TERMS. A beautiful corner lot lacing south, 60 feet front on West Chase street by 125 feet deep on "C" street; sidewalks on front and side. Abstract furnished. MAXENT CORPORATION A. M. Cohen, Sales Agent. . Phone 367. GABY DESLYS IS OUT AGAIN. jfic.T MONTH tAc'Tv. ' U.i.H BCW.IS ftRC t-' NOTICE To All Creditors of the Gulf, Florida & Alabama Railway Company. I'nder ?nd in accordance with an or der of the Honorable William B. Shep pard. Judge of the Wstrict Court of the Cnlted States, foi t!ie Northern District of Florida, in a cause therein pending, wbereju Hubert '. Mandeville, is com plainant, and said Gulf. Florida fe Ala bama Railway Conipanyl in defendant, and the undersigned receivers, said order hearing date of June 22. 1917, all credit, ors or parties holding claims, are herebv notified to present proof of said claim under oath against said Gulf. Florida and Alabama Kailroad Company within three months from June 22, 1!17, other, wise said c laims shall be barred F. E. DEWEY! PHILIP D. BEAU,, 1 A - 4 july"0da.. Receivers. In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida. Max L. Bear and the Pensacola Home and Savings Association, a corporation under the Laws of the State of Florida, vs. Join Hunt and tlie unknown heirs of John Hunt: St-Vi'iiio Palao and Mirtin Palao and their unknown heirs; Robert Mitchell and his unknown heirs. Gorg Cary and his, unknown heirs and against all persons claiming an in terest in the juoneity described ;n the bill. The said Job'- Hunt. Severino Palao. Martin Palao, Bol.eit Mitchell and George Cary are hee',y reuuired to ap pear to the bill of complaint file.! in th:s suit on the 20 day of August, 1'jlT. This order shall lie published once a week for eight consecutive weeks iii the Pensacola Jouira', a newspaper juhlish ed in p:iid co-jiHv and st-ite. Witness my hand with seal of this Court tiiis 18 day of June. A D . 1917. (Sal) JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk of Circuit Court. Escambia Countv, Florida. 1S20.-2n.;.iR. - I NOTICE TO Captains and Owners For Your Protection, We Arc Branding Woodberry Sail Duck Every Ten Yards on Ech Selvedge. SAILS MADE OP CANVAS NOT SO BRANDED AHE NOT WOODBERRY Anv substitution of other brands of du.k' in sails for which WOOD BER RY has been specified, or which are sold as WOODBERRY sails, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the T'NITEP STATES LAWS pertaining to registered trademarks. Mt. Vernon. Woodberry Mills, Inc. CHITTENDEN GARAGE COMPANY 18 North Palafox Street Agency: Cadillac Automobiles Goodrich Tires- Pensacola Buggy Works Repairs Parts Accessories and Supplies. Phone 806. 105 N. Palafox St. argain By AHERN I I inn, iviAJXivii i o I j NTW ORLEANS COTTON. Nu- Orleans, July P.. A resump tion of yesterday's selling vcavp sent tho priie of cotton P.6 to 42 points lower in the fir.?t half hour of busi ness on this market today. Sellers found few buyers. The scattered showers over the belt were considered favorable and helped give the market an e.a?y undertone. Liquidation became heavy, beinv inspired partly by the holiday tomor row and partly by fears regarding legislation, which were increased by the proposals from England looking toward t'ie regulation of cotton. In trading up to noon, the decline was 101 to 104 points, or a littl? more than S5 a bale. The market acted sold out in the afternoon. Early short se'leT. took their profits and the market recov ered on the buying stand at 1 at 2 net loss of 59 to 60 points. Spot cotton closed quiet, orn rent lower. Sales on the spot. "76 bales; to arrive, 100; muldl;nt, 2o.OO. H. L. July 24.55 2:5.3: C 24.34 24.14 24.30 24.43 24.64 Oct 24.41 Dec 24.58 -Jan 24.71 Mar 26.67 23.53 23.72 23.90 24.24 LIVERPOOL COTTON. Liverpool, July 3. Cotton spot, limited business; prices 20 points low er. American middling fair, 19.W; Ood middling, 19.55; middling, 1925; low middling, 18.80; ood ordinary, li.8i: ordinary, li..'o. i Sales, 4,000 bales; including 3,900 bales American. Receipts, 14,000 bale?; including 11,900 bales American. Futures: July ' 18.5 July-Aug 18.00 Sept.-0ct 17..TT Oct.-Nov 16.95 Dec-Jan 16.40 Jan.-Feb 16.30 Mar.-April 16.12 May-June 15.96 All the above are fixed prices. NEW YORK COTTON. i .ev xorK, juiy 4. me coiton mar I ket showed renewed nervousneps and I irregularity early today. Thr ten dency to liquidate long contracts wa I stimulated by private reports of showers in the southwest. Opened steady at a decline of 10 to 41 points. October contracts sold as low a 24.94 on the call, making a decline of 46 points from last night and over 2 ' . i r . t t cenis a pouna irom ins recent nign record. The decline was checked at this level by covering and later fluc tuations were very irregular -with traders evening up for over the hol iday tomorroY.-. Additional rain reports from th southwest and continued nervousness over legislative uncertainties led to increased offerings later. For a time the selling was excited and urgent, and prices broke very rapidly, with October selling off to 24.35 and De cember to 24.50 or 101 to 105 point3 under last night's closing. The report that southern legislators were stronelr opposinc: the cotton amendment to the food control bill probably stimulated tradinsr. October sold up from 24.35 to 25.00; Decern i- NAVAL STORES Naval stores . . . Ihe spirit market was firm at cents, with sales of 262 casks. Receipts, Casks Last Xe:r Touay f.o; huli.'.av This rr.ontii 1.0,".S This season 0.11,". Shipments, t asks Today " This month 4tS " This season " Stocks. Casks Today :U.lll April 1 4.629 1S.71S The rosin market vas firm with sales if .1.660 barrels Receipts, Barrels Last T Year Today 174a holiday Thi? month 2,262 This season '13,70(1 " Shipments. Barrels. Totiav -MO " This month 4 if, This season fV2.409 " Stocks. Barrels Today 85.090 April 1 !):?.7i:; 101.918 (Quotations were as follows: X. vv fijm 6.20 fi.lO fi.T.S 5.40 G r,.r;.-, .vjo 5.00 4.90 4. GO JACKSONVILLE MARKET Jacksonville. July P.. The spirit market was firm at P7 cents, with sales of 1,085 casks. Receipts. Casks Last Year Today PP.!) holiday This season 44.857 " Shipments, Casks Today 1,155 This season 35,707 " Stocks, Casks Today P.8.601 April 1 23,511 22,8ff) The rosin market was steady with sales of 1.0P.0 barrel. Receipts Barrels Today P., 4 Go holiday This reason 117,515 " Shipment, Rarrels. To''ay 1,750 This season 11!'81P. Stockn, Barrels Today 15 4, 80S April 1 157,100 148.274 Quotations were as follows: Open Close X. WW fi.75(a6 85 WG X ... M .. K .. 1 ... H .. a . . F . . . E, ! B . . h.io 6.f06 65 5 90 5.55(5)5.60 5.45(5)5.55 5.40(3)5.45 5.35(5.40 5.35 5.30 5 20 SAVANNAH MARKET Savannah, July The spirit mar ket was firm at 37 cent's, with s-iles of 611 eaks. Open 37 l-2c-Receipts, Casks Last Year Today 7rQ holiday This season 28,937 " Shipments, Casks Today 18 " This season 20,629 " Stocks, Casks Today 21,464 April 1 11,169 7,620 The rosin market was firm with sales o 1,478 barrels Receipts, Barrels Last Year Today 2,383 holiday This season 81,615 Shipments,. Barrels Today 13 This season 127,736 " Stocks, Barrels Todav 67,154 April 1 103,456 72,832 Quotations were as follows: WW 6.707.00 7.05 WG 6.65(0.6.80 6 80 &6.83 N 6.50(6.70 6.75 M 5.90(6.00 5 85 (ffio.90 K 5 60(25 75 5.50 (5.00 I 5.505.65 5.475-60 H 5.50,5.60 5.45 5.60 G 5.45(Si5.55 5 45 F 5.40(5,5.50 5 40 E 5.355.40 5 3r, 1) 5 30 5 25 B 5.255.30 5. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Frances Ennie and hncband to Jake L. Godwin One-sixth interest in SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Sec. 15, Tp- 6 North. Range 32 West. $1. National Land Sales Co. to Wn. Dilloway Lot 6, block 58, Fi:: City Townsite, Sec- 11, Tp. 1 S-, R. 30 W- S3o- National Lend Seles Co. to How ard S. Pattan Lot 16, block 37, Fi Citv Townsite, .Sec. 11, Tp. 1 S., R. 30 West. $35. ber making a rally of 65 points from the lowest. Cotton futures clo.'ed steady. H L C July 25.68 24.91 25.38 Oct 25.30 24.35 24.98 Dec 25.45 24.50 25.1?. Jan 25.49 24.65 25.ii'; Mar. 25.71 24 80 25.!