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THE PENSACOLA TOURNAU WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1917.
FOR SUREST AND QUICKEST RESULTS There's a Buyer for Every Useful Thing. Sell What You No Longer Need Th rough a For Sale" Ad Phone 1500 Before 7 p.m. ) - HELP WANTED MALE. CTvTL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Pen sacola soon. Men and women desiring government clerkships. Departmental, Postofflce, Hallway mall. Customs. Write for free particulars to J. C. Leonard (Former Government Examiner), Kenols Eldgr.. Washington. Sjuly U. S. GOVERNMENT needs thousands eleiks fmen-women), for war prepar ations, HO) month. Life Jons. Write Immediately frr Mat position obtainable. Franklin Institute. Dent. V. Roches ter, n. x. zomaytojuiyzz- HELP WANTED FEMALE. . WANTED A good cook. .JEalt: Corn Mills Co. Apply Gon 4Julytf WANTED. W's'S's'Ssa n--aM WANTED Two gasoline stationary en gine1; one 2 to 6 h. p.; one 25 h. p.; must be in good condition and cheap for cash; state full particulars and price; Address, "Gas Engine," care Journal. lljulyTt STORE MANAGER, Man with retail mercantile experience, 81 to 40 years of age, Christian, with family responsibilities. After reeciving the necessary experience showing that. J he is a business gtter and a pront mK r, he has opportunity to develop to b .a manager of general merchandise store, ..'where salary is based on earning capae- vlty. Must have- clear past record and good health; quiet, self-controlled man, hard worker with executive, ahlity to se cure results from employes. Position permanent, with attractive future ad vancement based entirely on ability. Ad dress Opportunity, care of Journal. lOJuly WANTED Couple desire 3 furnished rooms for light house-keeping with private bath. Address E. W. care of Journal. 10july3 WAXTC, middle aged lady to care for an agei rotiple. in a good christian home, immediate service (trained nurse not required). Applv with references. Box 10T. Grand Ridge, Fla. 8july5t WANTED Some reliable party to live on place and work same on shares. Ad dress Mrs. Mallory Ken- nedy, Pensacola, Fla. GEORGIA Pharmacist, with years of ex perience, wants to come to Pensacola. Knows drujr business thoroughly. Will expect good "salary and will give honest service." "Pharmacist,'' Sylvester. Ga. July!w WANTED Sewing machines to repair. Why buy a machine when your old one can be made as good as ever. Ring 6M. I will call. Work guaranteed. 131 North Palafox street. J. H. Blakesley. Smaytf WANTED Watches nnd clocks to re pair. All work guaranteed. Will C. fcXlffenderfer. Phone 220S. WANTED Tour Job printing nd orders for engraving of 11 kinds, calling cards, wedlne Invitations, etc. MATHS PRINT ING CO.. 14 Went Govern -i n t- WANTED TO BUT. WANTED Folding camera: must be In perfect condition; state sire, make end lowest cash price. Address "Camera." care Journal 8july3t MR. FARMER, we want on ; the L. & N. railroad, with- in 100 miles of Pensacola, v Florida, Excelsior cord wood, cut from any kind of living, sappy pine. It should have onlv few outside knots, j The bark must be peeled otT. We will pay from Si.'li to $3.00 per cord, according to the freight charged. WE W I L E P A Y T II E FREIGHT. Write us from what station you expect to ship and we will then ttH you what price we will pay . vou and mail vou our specifi cations. PENSACOLA EX CELSIOR CO., P. O. r?ox 1350, Pensacola, Florida. Muly WANTED AT ONC"rif fst rorHers. weighing 10 to 100 potindt pressed, delivered to Sprinkle's Cash Market. write or phone Tit. 1 WE BUT second-ham farnlti' "ell new .nossc-ond-band furniture cheap. Nor eity Furnlturs Co. tt East Government. I4tBt LOST AND FOUND. LOST OR STOLEN Bull dog. answers to name of Bismark; $5.00 reward if returned to 13 E. Romana St. Pjuly3 LOST -One pointer dog answers to name of Ned, 4 years old, dark brown spot In center of back, bead dark. Finder Ttease pnone 1696 or 530. ll.iuly." SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMAN For general mercantile tcade in Florida to sell a NEW propo. sltion of MERIT. Vacancy now. Attrac tive commission contract. $."5 00 weekly for epfiscs. Miles F. Bi'xler Co.. Wholr sale .Tewelers. S42T Carlin Wdg . C-leve'iMul. Ohio. 'July VETERINARY SURGEON. DR. GEO. MASGANA, French Graduate '.'terinarian. will treat anv disease of nopesticated animals at moderate price. HT W. Government St Phone 1729 or White's Pharmacy, Phone ISO. Dr. Mas gaaa.'s Mange Cure is the best. . 1 J ulylm ARTESIAN 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. -l!LlL MISCELLANEOUS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES Furniture. House Furnishings. Ca'h or easy payments. Home FurnishinV Co., Government and TarraKonu m." f none oi. Sjulylm FOR SALE. FOR SALE Large double flat top desk. two chairs. $20.00. Address P. O. Box 15-S or Phone 788. lQjulyS FOR SALE One white willow baby bug gy. Rood as new apply to 603 North Hayne or phone 322. Iljuly3 one to two gallons dally; all fresh; two miles north of F raters' Farms, Pine For. est. J. T. Raneley, Koute A. Box 1S-A. Cantonment, Fla. lljulyT i-n. baijk. rumuure at i.t j-j. Komana must sell at once; owner leaving town lljulyT" FOR SALE One mnre colt, broke to harness, not afraid of Jtiins or auto mobile. Address Colt, ce Journal lljulyT FOR SALE At a sacrifice, one sable and. white Collie, one year old. applv to T. P. White, care The John White Store. !Pjuly7 FOR SALE 30 acres unimproved land. miles from city. Rolling enough to permit of good drainage. Reasonable price for cash. "M !).,' care of Journal- 10Jury2w FOR SALE One 8 wheel log wagon, price $110.00. One 4 wheel log wagon, price $60.00. E. Walker. Flo maton, Ala. njuu-sw FOR SALE Horse and buggy cheap $50.00, can he seen at Brent. Fla., or address M .1. Allen, Route A, Box 50. 9july7 FOR RENT OR SALE Miek! a bar- j gain 20 acres ten minutes walk to car. i w i"u iicMiimnii Mr. i fenced chicken tisht. 15 pecan trees, j sold JTr.rt in one year. 2"0 other bind o' trees, 12 Scupernong Grape arbors, fi ; room bungalow, hot ind rold wnter. ! bath, rurnge. servant bouse. Address R. 1. Rox 234 or Phone l."f),". 8july5 111 FOR SALE Residences 300. 311. and 313 N. th. Ave. are all for J2.000 cash Willi sell separately. Easv terms if necessary I Robt. L. Radford, C09 N. 6th. Ave. ' j Parties, use of pailor and piano. Apply lOjulylm j 1000 E. DcSoto St. llju'yi; FOR FLE 100 thousand feet vellow I F,,)I? RNT A five room cottage, furn pine hoards, at 13 per thousand f. o. I '""ed or unfurnished; suitable for two li. or schooner at Lillian bri. ice Ad.iress i Chas. Barclay, Lillian, Ala. 10julv3 FOR SATE Horse and buggy and new harness, cheap. Northeast corner of Jackson street and Tenth avenue. PjlyJ FOR SALE Barber shop. 4 chair com. ! .'U C0S S h'drau11'- hft,r- ! Pnri 'heap ff,r caRh- B27,S-2 Pensacola. Fla. Sjuly. rnn o t v. x:..-. iv.i. . 'a . tj 1 i.iuiiji . . ( rtuuri null' bination lock boxes Applv 10R Fast Wright St. Sjuly FOR SALE Thoroughbred male Berk shire Pigs, eligible '-r recistration phone 228 or write J ! Carroll, Pens.t cola, Fla. " estabished business. Good proposltiol j J! Write P. O. Box 491. Peftsa.ola, Fla. J v .it. . FOR SALE DUROC JERSEY HOG.- One 2-yr. old sow, one gilt, three malrf? r .Tersevs. oiilinnrv r-nniitlnn Tirst cherk I 4S.00 takes the lot. D. C. Williams, lljulyo Mulat. Fla. FOR QFICK SAi.E One second hand touring car, electric lights and starter, one second hand light roadster. Pensa cola Overland Co.. phone 416. ' Sjuly FOR QUICK SALE. CHEAP One gntle horse, suitable for driving or farm work: also a good set of harness One t Itebcock surrey and small wagon. Ad. dress P. O. Box 1018. Pensacola. Fla. FOR SALE One hundred year-old White Leghorn hens. Barrow's strain. 73c each; three-year-old cow and calf, fresh, good milker. Rtg Bayou Poultrv Farm, Route 2, Box 72. Pensaco'.a. TJlyT FOR SALE 40 h. p beavv duty 4 cylin der Lamb engine. Vt Oriole, double cyl. iuder 6 Ferro. tr:r rowboits. battery out board motor. 17-foot Juniper, round bot tom launch. Good bargains. Phone 60. Pensacola Gas Engine & Supply Co. julyStf FOR SALE Two fine rows, one with calf and one with calf shortly; slso two work mules. Phone "13 or 107 120 West Intendencia street. july2tf FOR SALE One model 80 Overland, just overhauled Pensacola Overland Co.. 113 North Palafox-. 505une FOR SALE Three 'ots near the corner of 14th avenue and Desoto street, two blocks from new hosptt-1. Price verv reasonable. Cash or easy terms. For further information, sddress "Tj. I.. A .' Rox 166. Cbipley. Fir, gOjv.ne P.I'V DIRECT Cut ont tli? middle mans profit. We wart your orders fo snerial pack Elberta nesches for your self or vmir friend Ovirs are the eonal of anv grown in Geo-!. Satisfaction guaranteed. Price 1 73 fob. here Deliverable snout J"lv 15. Reference. Rsnk of Pparts Poserront Peafh & Pou'trv "arni. Srarta. Georgia. P. A P.ozier. Manager. Ijulytiw FOR SALE Or exchange, t 20-acre f-rm "M miles frpm tbs court tu-"ise. Fifteen cres cleared, cross-fence flve cre lot. wire fencing. Flftfen hundred rvpress tank, water pipe1 T1 over the place Large -..?rr. chicken house, pecan md fruit trees, p-anes. 'Jood 4-r','m house; an ideal place for a dairy. Will sell or tride for city poperty. Annly t,-, R. P. Reese une24tf SEE US for largest assort-; mcnt. all make, second hand automobiles. Lowest prices, easv terms. Pensacola Ritick & Supp'y Co.. Phono 465. June'Ttf FOR or wou.n fynins- ior mn-. Lihs "t:'"'-' rxc:,.r n r irii' n r . iic.'vj.n v blocks from tbe betel .nd snrlncs. on heitbts overlooking tb t.iwn and springs. covered with oak n" Vilckorv aid sur. rounded hy nic dwellings. A-t title can p had For price, etc . aro'y to William F.merv." Pensacola Fa.. Route A. Rox 51. 1une!7tf FOR ST.T3 OR RFNT Modem six-room cottnee In T.t.kevlew, facing Bavou Texar. Good ("shin, bsthing snd host ing within n stone's throw. See E. L. Reese. "3 Soi:th Talafox tret. Phone 1781. tl.lunelm AUTOMOBILE. All kind of engine, magneto snd self sts7r work quickly snd efficiently done at Standard Repair Works. Phone 115. POSITION WANTED. l-i memory of Mr. Frank L. Mayes, and In recognition f the spirit of helpfulness that was his, The Journal wii insert under this classification free advert'sements for those In need of employment. POSITION WANTED at once by young married man, aa lumber inspector at mill of 10-20 thousand capacitv. Am ex perienced in management of small mill. vill furnish reference. Address J. Te logia. Fla. lljulv? COM R IX AT ION bookkeeper and stenog. rapher wants work. Will accept small pay in cither line. Ring Bell phone 2300.T lljuy7 WANTED Position as night watchman or nurse Address Wm. Archer. 915 N. Ouillemarde St. 10July7 ' WANTED Am a compinatlon book keeper and stenographer and type writer, and have some spare time. Ad dresa "W. T. F.," care Journal. 7july7 WANTED Position in doctor's office or cashier Phone 659. SJuly WANTED Position in doctors office, or cashier. Phone 1413. Kjuly EXPERIEXCED bookkeeper, general of i flee man. now employed, would make j cnange. Address "Experienced. enre Journal. 6julyT A TiTDDLE AGED WHITE MAX of eool character anil habits wants situation as night watchman, oare-tsker, over- I seer, sexton, janitor, or any kind of light work in city or country; best of refer- j r-nr-e Riven, ijeo. i-j. Halslep, Route . Pox 124. Dade City. Florida. 3july FOR KENT. nm kknt Mortem rurnished anrt nn- furnished apartments. in desirable neighborhood. 3 b'ocks west of V W C. A. U1 phone 1439 evenings. "lliulv7 ' I FOR RENT Two suites of furnished' ro"ms for liht house-keeping, modern. ! on North Hill, desirable location Phone I 16" ll- N. Palafox St. lftmaytf ' ' i rOR RENT Part of bouse to desirable roupies, separate Kitchens. with pas stoves: situated ne3r car line a;id bav. Adults. Apply 501 East Government St lOjulyT FOR RENT Ni-e furnished front roon to desirable party. Gentleman pr- rj" L'"a CI- J''' KOR RENT-rnrnlshed rooms in good location, southern exposure, for gentls. nicn, or bachelor quartern, one block east k A- Phone loRS. lOiuly FOR RENT Two large rooms and kitch en furnished for housekeeping, front and back porch and all modern conveni ences. 212 W. Gregory St Applv 296 W. Gregory St. 'July FOR RENT Molern four room unfurn ished apartment. Apply 506 E. Jack son St. Phone 1T8T glulvT OR RENT Furnished rooms for light nouseneeping. upstairs and down sta rs modern conveniences. 221 N. Barcelona Rlione 1726. SJulytf I" OR RENT Two rooms, dinine 'onm and kitchen, modern convenience, vent cheap to reliable parties. Apply 32? West Romana street. 6iuIvT FOR RENT Furnished room, good loca tion. AvpIv 402 West Gregurv street, or phone 1943. 6julvT FOR RENT Two apartments furnished for .lousr-keepmg downs'airs, 103 West Gregory. Phone 1T03. Julyotf FOR TIE NT Two fnn1hei1 rooms with 'ath, phone and private porch. 301 W. Chase St. Sjuly , . FOR RENT Two connecting front rooms for light house-Veeping with bath and as Annlv 221 W. Chase street, liulv FOR SALE OR RENT Residence in best pert of North Hill; three baths, large gr.llerles; or will rent in apart ments. Separate bath rooms end gas meters to each apartment. Comfortabe, P. O Rox 1214. SOjune FOR RENT Nice S-room cottage, 1124 FSst Strong street, $16 per month. Ap ply No. 9 East Intendencia.. 26.ji.ne FOR RENT One block from Y. M. C. A., one comfortable and thoroughly screened room, adjoining bath, summer rates: also nice garage Ideal locution. 516 North Palafox street. Phone 2308-R. JSJun FOR RENT Two suites of furnished rcoms for lieht housekeeping, modern convenit-nc's North Hill, near car line. i Deslrsihlo location. Phone Jrl7. or all st uzo North pair.rox street. . mayivu j FOR RENT Comfortable, cool furn'shed front room, southern exposure, one block north T. M. C. A. 20 East LaRua street may4 SECRET SOCIETIES. F. A A. M. Sperlal communication of E. cam hi a tXHlg. No. 13, F. & A. M , Wednesdav. July 11. at 6 oo p. m! Work in the E. A., F. C. and M. M. Degrees. Istting Hros. fra ternally invited. W. F. BIGGS. Secy. F. &. A M Regular communication of Pen sacola Lodge. No. 42. F. & A. M.. Thursday. July 12. at 7:"'i p m.. at K. of P. hall. Visiting brothers fraternallv invited. W. H. WHITE. W. M. w. o. w. Live Oak Camp. No. 1. Woodman of the worm meets nrsi ami i.uru i uesua y nights for regular meetings. oodman I itau. ii ana in i-- .r-i "diurn "irci. I . H. WHITE. C LLAK, v ierK. r- C. "" Modern Wooamen. Pensacola Camp No. 18S65, Modern Woodmen of Amencs. meets first snd ! Thi-.r.rtav nlrhtS at 7:S0 n m k. of p. hu on Et intncT F. D. RICHARDS. I C W. EGO ART. Consul. , Oerk. i Pensicols Lodes No. I. O. O. F. i Pena)ls Lodge No. 4. T. O. C. r.. meets every Thursday at 7:S0 p. m. in Raftord Hall, corner Baylen and Belmont ! streets. Visitors cordially invited. C. R- BEU N. O. i. S. Nlcolau. Secretary. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that bids for the erection of a Dormitory at the J. M. Tate Agricultural School at Gonialez, Fla., will be received up to 6 p m., July 16. 1917. Plans and specifications are t-n file at the office of the Countv Superintendent A. S. EDWARDS, SQUIRREL FOOD MB. HrMeNHAtO RErAEDV,THE peTecTupF 5ov-vesrue MASTER MYSTERY THePT OF TVte Rftcrftrt of ecciriocs FAMOUS OOUBue-CHlNMeO PEftRU or- eiseue"s VE FtKO REMEDY HIMSELF fMOD HS nSlSTftUT, X HARDLY ABLE, fiLRthOV BUSY VN THE LftBRATORY, SURROUNDED 6Y HS RerAARKAfcUE. C(ME UlsiflAVELtHO ttJveKTlOMS -, who knows but remepv himself, how the oekji'os WlLU COMMENCE - 3 AFTfcft AN ftui. OAYS work ON THe- CASE IN THE LA6RATORY. RtM&PY AND ACUt TAKE ft FEW ACCURATE SLANTS AROUND Tt4E- RftJftHS WIOWAM IN THEr DEAD OF MlGHf "POCE.CD CAN 1 66 OF KEi-P 5' JTRASFTRSTO R AG E CITT TRANSFER CO., of Pensacola Office and warehouse. 227.2.? East Garden street. Telephone 400. Hauling, crating, packing and storage. Largest public warehouse In West Florida Motor truck equipment for hay rides an'dptrnlc parties. Mee fBROHANTS TRANdrTR CO.. Thos B Thoraen. Proprietor, solicits ell kinds ft moving and hauling. Furniture packed for shipment Furniture stored. Offlcs phone 1)78. Depot phone 74u Sljue BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 63 Hanline ParVinr. tnrine. LEGAL NOTICES. Notice is hereby given that a mepnnff rf th lin ihri!r1 ers nf the American National Rank, of Pensacola. Florid. will be held st 2 p. m.. on .Tulv 31. UMT, at Its banking rooms U Pensacola Florida, for the purpose of considering "nil passing upon amendments to its ' Arti. !es of Association, and of Increasing its capital stock and 'or other purposes.. C. W. LAMAR. 1"27A.30june"0da Cashier. 7"T Notice is herein- piven tuat a meeting nf tlm sh.-ii-eholders of the National Rank of Commeree will be held at its banking rooms, in Tensaco'a. Florid... nt 2 o'clock p. m.. on Ju'y .11, 1M.. for the i urpo.-e of considering and t.i kinur action upon :. tarv liquidation, raid upon a propose-ii purchase of its assets by the American National Rank and for other purposes. J. W. MA LONE. 1S2RA-S0june0d3 Ca rhler. NOTICE To All Creditors of the Gulf, Florida t ! Alabama Railway Company. Under and in accordance with an or- der of the Honorab'e William R. Si ej nard.' .ludee of Hie District Court of the United States, fot the Northern restrict of FK-rida. in a cause therein pending, wherein Hubert C. Mandeville. is com- r,i,iont r,,!,! sai.i c.uif Florid:. & ,'.a - bama R-llwav Companyi is def.n,iant. at nd the undpisiune.l receivers, said order earing date, of .Tune 22 1!17. all credit- ors or parties mmiing ciauns. are nerei.v r-.ttc,eri i r, nresmt nroof of said rinim . i. i ,.' m t.i- 1 and Alahama Railroad Company within three months from June 22. 1 ni T. other wise said claims shjl! be barrel F. E. DEWEV. PHILIP D BE ALL. 132SA- 4jul r.fda RpccIvts. 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. John Hunt and th" unknown heirs of John Hunt: ?eeri:io I'nlao end Martin Palao and their unknown heirs; Robert Mitchell and his unknown heirs, i (;eorge Cary and bis unknown heirs I and against ail persons clsin ing an in- j terest in th property described in the i bill. - The said Job- Hunt. Severino Palao. Martin Palao. Robert Mitchell and ! (leorge Carv are herebv reuuirerl to an- I penr tn the' hill of complai.it filed in this suit on the 2n day of August. 1017. , WPP-K u ej(r;ir , . ,s.-cuti ve weeks in the' , inpr,co!a Jouir-i'. a newspaper publish- I , j )n p.j cour.tv and state. i Witnesa my hand with sal of this; i court this 18 dav of Jure. A. I . 1917. i (Seali JAS. M A CGI B BON. ! ; Clerk of '.rcuit Court. Escambia Countv, Florida i 1220A-2i'-;-". ; , ,. , ,L, A Keal i ONLY $5C0 EASY TERMS. A beautiful corner lot facing 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. A SENSELESS SCENARIO , BOWLO MUSH, ClilEP OF POLICE VfWG COME To sav our eeoR-rs TO RECOVER COIL, ftS. 0:- J CAM I BE OF ANY AlSTANCe TO YOU REMSPY Thought COWVINCtO HcVUO CHlfc1. REM6PY WOt CD CONVERSE W TM VOO PeR50ALUY' Tevi. himTo Rush - i unve CI THE MARKETS NEW ORLEANS COTTON. New Orleans, July 10. The con tinued drouth in the? western belt caused a rise of 16 to 21 points in the cotton market here around the opening today. This improvement was met by rather heavy selling for both accounts, some liquidation corn-in?- out, while bearish trauers sold short on private predictions of raiii for Texas. At the end of the first half hour of business the market stood 1 to 5 points under yesterday's close. The demand gradually increased on reports of a continued stood inquiry for spots It was said that both Liv erpool and southern mills were buy ers of actual cotton here. At noon th- most active months were ;.0 to .'J! 1 JK,: . 1 ., ;, over yesterday's close. h trader? were rather atreres- sive after the noon hour and the mar ket responded to their efforts. At t'-' active momhs were 4U to i)J points over vesterdiiv's close, 11;ark"et closed steadv t . .,, , . . advances Ot 1 to 41 points. at p. t 02 ! H. L. C. Oct.-Nov 16.85 1 Jul v 26.00 25.57 25.91. Dec-Jan 16.:i0 I Oct 25.65 25.19 25.4S Jan.-Feb 16 20 (Dec 25 84 25.42 25.68 Mar.-April 16.02 I Jan 26.01 25.58 25.84 Mav-June 15.86 I Mar 25.99 25.S2 26.0(5 NEW YORK COTTON. N"ev York. June 10. The cotton m"' 'vei v. as iwiiptiiiimu iu. j tO(ia . i ne niimediaie eilects oi ir j weather news from the southwest . , ., , ,,n brvncful view o" nence ,'ln(1 lne 111011 nopeiui Mew o. peace 1 prospects seemed to have been prottv well exhausted Oil the advance of j vcstpr,iitv. There was less covering , , ' and attcr opcninff steady at. an ad- vancc of 14 points to a declino of I'. points, the market worked off under scattered realizing. July wa? i-C-tively firm holding around last night's closing figures after show ing the maximum advance at the opening, while later months sold 4 to 7 points net lower, with October touching 26.07 and January 26..1o be- NOTICE TO Captains and Owners For Your Protection. We Are Branding Woodberry Sail Duck Everv Ten Va-ds on Each Selvedge. SAILS MADE OF CANVAS NOT SO BRANDED AE NOT WOODBERRY Any substitution of other brands of duck" In sails for which WOODBER RY has been nrec!fled, or which are sold as WOODREBRY sails, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the I NITED STATES LAWS pertaining to registered trademsrks Mt. Vernen-Woodbe-ry Mills. Inc. By AHERN CrUeF 1 A MOOtbTSOSTOF f fCASON 8uT KNOW YOU WA"UVE COPS ftRE A BONCH OF 6O0BS. leveRTHEuESS I'LL. 50XVE TriG MYST&RV AMD UtTVOU HORN 6 fcl-ORV TH6Y FUWVEK HACK TO THr UA6HTORV-BEMeCY To Thoroughly oo over MATTERS AMP ASSURU HlrA-SeLF- OF ULTRA ACCURATHNESS AS 5 HIS CUSTbn, BeFORET P.E VEALINCj FACTS ToTViC 80KJS HEADCO CHlEFOF POLICtS ,eOwsJt-0 rAUSH very simple cass cWief as vou know, there wire no FOOTPRi k rS AND AS AM orsTew ttsvEj no footprints, THE PEARL vA6TAKN ON6. OF- Trtt 06CEASEO "VyTfeRS RELATIVES w fore the end of the first iour- Gen eral business was quiet with traders probably awaiting further news re garding the German political situa tion. The western belt forecast for gen erally clear weather and the detailed weather reports showing very high1 temperatures in the southwebt, heip- I cd t0 steady the market later m the i J""' While there was no chancre In the general news, prices worked higher during the early afternoon with Oc tober selling at 26.42 and January at 26.64, or about 25 to ,'S0 points net higher. LIVERPOOL COTTON. Liverpool, July 10. Cotton spot in limited demand; prices 10 points higher. American middling fair, 19.9.'!; good middling. 19.55; middling, 19.28; low middling, 18.80; good ordi narv, 17.85; ordinary. 17. .15. Sales, 2.000 bales including 1,600 American. Receipts. 9,000 bales, including 000 bales American Futures, 10 points higher. July July-Aug Sept. -Oct .18.15 .17.90 .17.27 COTTONSEEI) OIL MARKET. N'ew York, July 10. The cotton seed oil market closed easier. Spot, 15.20 bid: Jan. ! Feb July Aug Sept Oct Nov lec .14.S0(a 14.82 .14.80 14.91 .15.25 .15.1 9(a;15.20 .15.11(15.14 .15.07(?ri5.10 .14.78(7U4.80 .14.79(14 81 Total sales, 50,000 barrels. CORN SHOWS STRENGTH. Chicago, July 10 Decided strength developed in the corn market today largely as a result of opinions that the government crop report was less bearish than had been generally ex pected. Besides, foreign auvices were construed as not so favorable as had been hoped for regarding a possi bility of peace growing out of the parliamentary crisis in Berlin. Tit offerings here were quickly absorbed. Opening prices, which ranged from 1 3-Sc decline to 3-Sc advance, wTh September at 154 1-2 to 1.55 1-4 and I December at 1.16 to 1.17, were fol j lowed by a sharp upturn all around to well above yesterday's fmisn. Oats sympathized with the strength I of corn. As a rule, traders seemed to consider that the government crop 1 report had been sufficiently discount I ed in advance. j No independence was displajed by j wheat. The market moved upward owir.y to the advance of other -iain, I but othewise proved listless- After ! opening l-2c higher at $2.0.1. July 1 and September nominal, the market reacted a little and then rose to 2.05 for July. Provisions were rwayed by the bull ish action of cereals. Lower quota tions on hogs had only a transien? depressing effect. BALKCOil DRUO CO. Ths Prescription Store." Phone 19 or 123. r s ii I C "i f 1 I t T . . rr-rrz N NAVAL STORES The spirit market wa? firm "7 1-8, with sales of 177 casks. Receipts, Casks Today 4,Y2 it 10S 1 ,N i .,r4 ' Last Year This month 2.9o7 This season 22.012 Shipments. Casks Today 2S0 This month ;".fi This season 14,163 Stocks, Casks Today H2.472 April 1 . . oi'fioo 19.483 lS.71h The rosin market was firm with sales or t;,5 barrels. Receipts. Barrels Last Year Todav 1.284 ,Ul This month 6..SP.0 ,,.62 This season H7.9S3 61,41" Shipments. Barrels. Today 1.72". 100 This month F,"67 Ti.027 This season 67.4S0 00,653 Stocks, Barrels Today S4.2i( 72,680 April 1 P.1.79,, 101,918 Quotations were as follows: X, WW, 6.??2i WG 6.15 N r.pr, m r.:u k 5.00 1 4.97i H 4.95 (;. 4.92'i V, 4.87 V. K, 4.85 I 4.822 i: 4.75 SAVANNAH MARKET Savannah, July 10. The spirit market was firm at .".6. with sales of 484 casks- Open, r.6(ff "6 1-4. Receipts, Casks Last Year 414 15,721 520 10,072 11,771 7.620 with Todav 790 This season .12,211 Shipments, Csks Today 10 This season 21,705 Stocks, Cask? Todav 21,604 April 1 11.169 The rosin market was firm sales of 1,915 barrels. Receipts Barrfl- Todav "..014 This 'season 91 .872 Shipment, Barrels. Todav 100 1 .161 651 This "season 112.787 106,i-'i, Stocks, Barrels Todav 7:-'.X60 67,450 Apn'll 103.456 72,812 Quotations were as follows: Open Clcss WW, . . . . 6.60 6.75 WG 6.15 fn.fi. 50 6.506.65 N 6.20 (Si 6. 25 6.40 M, ".60 (o;5.fi5 r.60r.80 K 5.25 (715.10 5.20 1 5.25 5.15(5.20 H 5.20 (a 5.25 5.10(71)5. 15 G 5 20 5.10(0)5.15 F, 5.15 5.103.15 Y. 5.12 5.10 ) 5.10 5.05(S:5.10 F, 5.00 5.05 5005.10 JACKSONVILLE MARKET Jacksonville, July 10. The spirit market was firm at 16, with sales of 807 casks. Receipts, Casks Last Y'ear 272 Torlnv , 012 This 'season 50,115 53,828 Shipments, Casks Today 337 265 This season 37,714 47,359 Stocks, Casks Todav 41,012 29,368 April 1 29,511 22,899 The rosin market was dull with no sales. Receipts, Barrels Last Year 1.021 Tr.rlav 2.654 This 'season 110,164 134,541 Shipments, Barrels Todnv 1.100 400 This 'season 128.514 163.278 Stocks, Barrels Todav 158,756 119,557 April' 1 157,106 148,171 Quotations were as follows: X. WW, 6-7" WG 6-- X 6.20(716.40 M.; 5-55 K 5-15 I. H a.10 G F 5.05(7io.l0 e ii, n, o.oo5.io LEGAL NOTICE. In Escambia County Circuit Court. State of Florida. Max L Bear and Pensacola Home and Saving Asrociation. a cor oration ui: d;r the Laws of the State of Florida, vs. John Hu it. the unknown htlrs of John Hur.t: -everino Palao and Martin Pa lao and their unknown heirs; Robert Mitrhe':! and his unknown heirs and George Cary and his unknown heisr. Ml parties claiming- an interest in the West Three Hundred Feet (West 300 feet) Iving South of the County Road, of Lot Four (4 1 according to the sub division of Nir.ety.tix Acres (98 acres) of the Pedro Palao Grant, made by Wil liam Fisher snd a p'.at of which Is re corded with the deJ of WilUam Fisher to Mrs. Florence R. LeBaron, In Deed Book 11. page I4 of the Records of Es cambia County, Florida; and ail parties clalmir kn interest In said property un der John Hunt. Severino Palao, Martin Palao. Robert Mitchell and George Cgy or otherwise, are required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in thi suit on the 17 day of September. A. D.. 1517. Vitness mv hand and the seal of said Court this 18 Cav of June. 117. (Seal) JAS. MACGIP.BON, Clerk of Circuit Court. Escambia County, Florida. 1321A:0junl2w