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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNINO. AUGUST 3, 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. 4 UKLP WANTED MALE. "WANTED Porter. Apply Jos. Hicks. IS Eaat Government atreet. 3aiml WANTED Office boy. Apply Pensa cola Buggy Work. East Itendencla treet. - CauK2 "WANTED Man to work garden. Apply W. 8. Garfield. Phone 78. ""g WANTED MEN and Boys to learn the barber trade. Positions open $75.00 to $100 per month for barber. Tounjt or old we euarantee to teach you, and give you paying position in our barber shops. Pay vog wage while learning. Come or write. Jacksonville Harber College. Jacksonville. Fla. CIVIL, SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Pen aacola noon. Men and women desiring government clerkships, departmental, postoffice. railway mall, customs, stenog rapher, write for free particulars to J. C. Teonard (former government exam iner), 2S6 Kenois Pldg . Washington. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Ivory-Jnhnsoi bicycle, with light and bell, slightly used: cost $!0 now $25. Rowboat, outboard motor SX'K Pensacola Oas Engine & Supply Co.. 71?. South Palafox street. 2a ug FOR SALE At once, household furni ture; leaving town. Apply 1723 North Palafox street, or phone 189. 2au(s3 FOR KALE Cheap for cash. 19Vj feet cibin launch, complete, a li p. engine, or will trade for roadster in jrood condi tion. Call 823 E ltelx-On St. lauB;' POSITION WANTED. In memory of Mr. FranK L. Mayes, and In recognition f the aolrlt of helpfulness that was his. The Journal will Insert under this classification froo advert'sements for those In need of employment. SQUIRREL FOOD WHO'S RIGHT? By AHERN NAVAL STORES WANTED Position age as assists nt hy hoy 17 years of ; automobile renair- man: will go anrwher. Address Euerene Davis, Oreceville. Fla -aiig. "WANTED Steady young man for office work. Knowledge of bookkeeping and typewriting required. Call 416. 2Sjlytf T o nnvrovxirvT tX'AVTK TTF.T.P Me'n-women. 18 or over. $100 month, j War necessitates hundreds appointments. tVrltf immediately for list positions. Franklin Institute, Dept. 63-G. Roches, ter. N. Y. 22julyto sept23 WANTED. FOR SALE Fan-tail Pigeons, game hens, shotgun, iron bed. baby walker, two oil stoves, child's bed, tarpon Ash ing rod. Apply 217 E. Gregory. Iaug7 FOR PALE One sliding ladder and track, 3 gas arc lamps. 6 two globe electric fixtures, office fixtures and desks. 2 hflf ton chain blocks, private tele phone, 3 wall cases, 2 small stoves, 2 washstands,- 2 toilfts. 2 elevators. 1 large safe, 1 small safe. fireil Trading Co.. Box 1637. PensacoJa. Fla. 1fuig7 POSITION' WANTED By young man of good hnbits. as bookkeeper, assistant t :.s n'erk in store in furnish refer " if '"q iired Address P. O. IV.v R4. Molino. Fla. lausT POSITION ".-ANTED Young lady wants position. " knowledge of shorthand and tvpw-;t ing. Address Rf5 North aV!L?5 laug7 WANTED - - Boy 14 years, with bicycle, wants ioh as messenger or deliverv. Address i.vi? i,t Moreno. JlJul.vT FOR SALE OR TRADE For good pay ing business, my 4" i.' -v improved farm, good 6 room hous?. barn, etc., bearing pecan and fruit trees, all under new wire fence. 3 miles from Flomaton and Century, thickly settled. good schools, churches and roads. Address P. O. 1027. Pensacola. Iaug7 A VOl'Nfj MAN just from college would like job as nipe-fltter or plumber's helper immediately. Apply CIO North D street. Have had 3 years experience. 2!jul 7 !i LA WANTED To rent 4 or B-roorh cottage. . Permanent tenant. Address "P. L." ,Jrre Journal. iaug "WANTED 3 or rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Convenient to business section. Phone 1 IS between 3 and 5 p. m on Friday. Saugl WANTED-Position as stenographer: ' have had experience. Address "F. V." j 21july7 j WANTED I'OKition as manager of j tare-e turpentine place or of saw mill j J"" 010 ran rurnis 1 nest or reter Address Box 204, H)K SALK 1 IlirtV acres '"mmissarv .- , "8 ye of land eijrht miles from 1 ,nc'eB town, $375.00. Will make reasonable terms. Manuel .,SALES5lEii Da Cunha, Route A 168, Pensacola. to i f) rO" sate '' " The spirit market was fir-n at .'" j cents, with sales of 152 caks. j Receipts, Casks I i T !.. x u i a . . . . This month This season Tlosford. Fla WANTED. Box laug7 WiVTrn Cn-inar marhlnm to rnftir. 1 . . . , X . . ..... , '.'.. -- ' . . . . . . I . t 1 .1 AnA 1 v ny Duy a macnine wnen uur wu "nc ran be made as good as ever. Ring 791. I will call. Work guaranteed. IS East Viarden street. J. II. Blakesley. gmaytf WANTED Watches and clocks to re pair. All work guaranteed. Will C. Dlffenderfer. Phone 1208. WANTED Tour Job printing and order for engraving of all kinds, calling cards. edlne rnrits tlons. etc. MATES PRINT 1NO CO.. 14 West Govern n?et- WAXTED TO BUT. WILL BUY or sell 50 shares American National Bank stock. It interested, address M. E. Clark, P. O. Box 1257, Pensacola, Fla. lauglm FOR SALE Five good condition. Garden street. passenger Ford Phone 571 or 2S 2!July FOR SALE One high speed motor boat or will trade for good passenger car. Address A. C. Diamond, Route 1. Box S2. Cantonment. Fla. 29.iuly7 MR. FARMER, we want on the L. & N. railroad, with in 100 miles of Pensacola, Florida, Excelsior cord wood, cut from any kind of living, sappy pine. It should lave only few outside knots. The bark must be peeled off. We will pay from $.75 to $3.00 per co:d, according- to f the freight charged. WE Y ILL PAY T I t E FREIGHT. Write us from what station you expect to ship and we will then uM you what price wc will pay vou and mail you our specifi cations. PENSACOLA EX CELSIOR CO.. P. O. ox 1350, Pensacola, Florida. lju FOR SALE Household goo Is of nil kinds in good condition h3p. Am leaving citv. This is o'.ir chance Call at 202 Cevaltos St. " 2rjuly : SALESMAN-Capnbl specialtv man for ; Florida. Sta' ,Mne on New and Ex- i i Centioil.il tprniq Cunin., tnn' lttri,-. ; j the commission contract S3.-. on weeklv ! In , fnr expenses. Miles r Bixler Co , .It."!) ' 11 ' Carlin Bldg . Cleveland. Ohio. 2!ly i j SALESMAN' for largest high-grade Cns- : torn Iailonr.g concern in New York to sell made to measure suits and over. , i oats, direct from factory to we rer. To retail at $lfi.Sn, $19. 5n. $22.50. S:itisf.i - tion guaranteed or money refimde l. Oniv i experienced clothing men with real sell- 1 'rig ability need applv. Tion 't;stoni Tailoring Co , 1 E. 11th- St.. New York, j Mi!lv 1 FOR SALE New four room house and six lots, corner Gadsden and S sts., $1,200 or apply Fred Richardson above address. 2?July7 FOR SALE At real bargain, one Over land roadster in good running order. New tires. Can be seen at 30 South Palafox street. May be bought for $S5 AGENTS WANTED. j 100 PER CENT PROFIT Agents here's 1 your chance, brand new seller, log Forestrom, ln'diatiaolta. Fla FOR SAIiE A No. 1 work horse, five years old; gentle and sound: work anywhere. $125.00. Phone 5C6. 2Sjuly AMBITIOVS MEN to demonstrate and 29iilvtf j ,aKe oruers tor tne famous Cease hi- j 1 1 brfcant carbon remover. I0ver' auto- I mobile owner will be vonr stead v ens- i tomer. Territory open throughout the foiitn. .vonev making proposition. If 1 interested, write at once for particulars, i I P. Tti'-n. Plloxi. Miss. ' FOR SALE Ford touring car body, new; .L can be seen at Pensacola Overland Co . .-.,.-r,,.., . i JU oniething new : Concentrated Soft I I i inks. Just add watr: delicious drinks 113 North Palafox street. FOR SALE Mason can be seen at 2: ind Hamlin Fiano, N. Marcelopa St. ers FOR QI'K'K SALE One Saxon Road ster. $145; one Hupmohile touring car, self-Ktarter. electric lights, $25i. PfTi. sacola 0rrland 'o. Ifjuly j!(Ty anytime, anywhere. Hig sell. for linine Tiicnir, narliAc c.t..i.. 2juiy j etc. Guaranteed under Pure Food Laws! i.arry in pocket. Agents coining money -$6 to $12 a day. Write for Free Out- fit offer today. E. M. Fcltiiian. 213 3rd St.. Cincinnati. O. 29July FOR SALE: Crown Rrana Linsed Oil Turpentine. Dutch Poy "Whit Lead SECRET SOCIETIES. NEW ORLEANS C)TT()N. New Orleans, Aug 2 Alter a rise j of 2 points on tho opening here to- : dav cotton fefi 01T and stood at a net . 1 - . , .. Southland Mixed Paint. Steirns Lumber! .....jirtr, oontro iiwitcpi a . c atr ' 1053 01 ' 10 8 Points at tne end ol Export Co , Tarragona Floyd St.. j JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN . ;he first half hour of business. Rains Pensacola. Fla. Pbcne 131J. lulyll 1 ct,n,i t;. in fl'lahnma nn.l Vorth TovrK ;i ri der United American Mechanics." meots I considered a favorable factor, second and fourth Mondavs. S p. m V 1 1 1 1 1 O. W.. hall. 115 West "Garden street: 1 An cas-v tone ;velopcd under Visiting brothers cordiali- invited scattered selling and lack ot support. . white. ;in the trading up to noon the decliuv was widened to (J to .; pc:rtJs The feelinir was stesdii' in the af- i i I I ! , ! -- 1 1 TO VsJRVTt Wt O lLt-L. ML BUT ' WftQi I y Hcs so e camV , Wm I? - X,K?7 1 , ! f'.OOr to close the oxchani'O 011 Sat nil i.mi-Lt ..b.cn.l : .r.. Cn.. - - ....,v. i .-u I'li,' ,..'Ol.t I unlay. hid : 1 niton tuturtc closed steady. . Auk I ; I H. L. C. jSept ;Oct 24 87 24 40 24 60 ' Oct ii'ec Z4..J4 si. 1., znz Nov Jan 24.16 :i4.l:! 24.:jb' I)pc- -Men 2i-(V2 24 21 24.."0 Jan May 24.72 24..".4 21.G2 !'.. ;4uary 2 .. 'an Tctai sales 27.200 184 . . 2"S . . . 2S.247 Shipments, (.'usWs. Today non This month 124 This season ...... i;,o60 Stok. t asks Today 37..S16 April 1 24,o2! The rosin market was sales of 207 barrels. Receipt. Barrel Today .i30 This month 1.22:'. This season 7o,,"86 Shipments, Barrels Today 170 This month r.01 This season SS.67." Stocks, Barrel Today S4.f0.S April 1 f3,74.', (Quotations were as follov i I X, WW i wc; S IK I I ! H i; ! i-'. 1: ' i. 1; I. as! Yraj 12." 1 .0 i j 2'.or, 1 421 ;shi 2..t'i,"; 22.12:; 1S.71S flrni with LasJ Year .1 76,818 200 .".408 108.4.".n 70,-0' 101.018 floss . .6.00 , . fi 40 , .6.2.S . r,.47,3 ....00 .i.06.; .4.07' ,4.01 U . 4.87'a 1 8.". .1 U KSONVILI.E M.a IIKE I' Jack. -on . ilie, Aug. 1. The spirit market was rlrm at -'37 :'. t ecu: sales of ca-ks. Feceipts. ( ask. wi; U THE MARKETS Today r.f7 This season 61,774 Shipments, Cask Todav 701 This 'season 48.180 Stocks. Cask Today -l.'J.OOb' April 1 20.-M1 The rosin market was i saie.s of 1.402 barrels. Receipts, Barrels Today 2.0C..; This season 1C4.824 Shipments. Barrels Todav 2.12.". FOR SALE Residences 30?, 311. and 31S N. 6th. Ave. are all for J2.000 cash. Will sell separately. Easy terms !f necessarv Robt. U Radford. 300 NT. bth . Ave. I.1uly1m FOR QUICK SALE One second hand touring car, electric HkMi and starter, one second ffand light roadster. Pensa- 1 cola Overland Co.. phone 41 b. C. L. HOOPER. Recording Secretary. 1 -n?. Wheat No. red. 2.7)2; No. 2, m.ddlH.K air 20.0 b; , har(U 2gg Xo 6 10:6.,; muullin,. 10..,.; CornXo. o ,elI(nv, 2.n:JC.34 1-4; 8 00;, Kood ordinary Xo ;, volow V:u a.22i4; No. 4 W. O. W. M'yithe World me.ets flrrt and third T,.e..-t0v plailts rom the dr.thy area m rD our 7Z Z fn ' n'.shts for repular meetings. Woodman i Texs. . At 1 :V,Ct the active month.; farm miles fVom thT 11 to lo points under Fifteen cres cleared, cross-fence five- j Vtr t t ' V-i7-i, itlav's close. WANTED AT ONCW-fltin ft BorVer. walghl's 169 to 100 pounda rtresaert, d11verea to SprinVU' Cah Market. Write or phona TM. WE BUT eeond-han7 farnlti'- etl new and aecond-hand furniture chap. Not elty Furnlturo Co.. it Eaat Onvernme-nt. FOR RENT. FOR KENT Two cool, comfortable, fur nished rooms for housekeeping, or will rant separately to gentlemen, if pre ferred. 212 Weet Gregory street. Aooly 206 West Gregory iret. . ug3tf FOR RENT Three or four modern fur nished or unfurniahed rooms for light housekeeping. Deainable neighborhood. Mpply'SH West Belmont street. Phone 1453. 31uly7 tcre lot. wire fencing. Flftfen hundred cvpress tank, water ptpea an over the piace. Large barn, chicken house, pecan nA "fruit trees, grapes. 'Jood 4-room house: an Ideal place for a dairy. Will sell or trade for city property. Apply t0 ft. P. Reese. June2tf SEE US for largest assort ment, all makes, second hand automobile?. Lowest prices, easy terms. Pensacola Ruick & Supp'.v Co., Phone 465. " 3un8Ttf 'Ke near this eity, a valuable piece of land at French. Lick. Indiana, about four blocka from the hotel f.nd sprimts. on heights overlooking the tJwn and springs. coTerel with oak and nlcKory and sur. VILLAR, C. C. yester- Cotton futures closed barelv steady Pensacola Lodci No. I. O. O. W. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O. O. T., meeta ever? Thursday at 7:S0 p. m. In j Raftorl Hall, corner Baylen and Belmont 1 street a. Visitors cordially Invited. C. R. BELL N. O. 1. S. Nlcolau, SecreUry. VETERINARY SURGEON, at a decline of 20 to 22 points H. "L. C Oct 2::.bl 2:;.4") 23 oO Dec 23.75 23 . ",8 23 53 Jan 23.82 23.50 23.60 Mch 23 00 23.50 23.70 Mav 23 82 LIVERPOOL COTTON Liverpool, Autr. 2. ('otlonspot more business, nricrs 30 lioints hijrh- er. American nuddlin jrood middling ovv m.v.ulintr 18 17 0n; orinarv Sales 1.000 bales, including bales American. Xo receipts. Futures 30 higher- Aiu;. -Sept ct .-Nov I'ec.-Jan Ja.i.-reb -Mar.-AjM- Mav-June CHICAGO CASH (JRAIN. Chicago, Aug. 2. Cash: 14.30 . 14.40(a 14.50 . 14.64(d 14.67 .14 C0(ff 16.67 .14 45 14.48 . 14.4:(ff,14..1! .14.4614.47 j This staswI1 154,257 . H4514.48i Stocks. Barrtu 'Today 167,673 j April' 1 157.106 1 Quotations were foll' .ast Year 545 67.800 t 58,740 :;i,0 ..) 22,800 1 with 1.714 1S2,4"0 -0."-.'3 12,3,: '1 1 48,27 1 I :;,60o points .17.37 .16 05 .16 40 .16 30 .16.12 .15.06 yellow, nominal Oats No. 3. white, 78 1-2; stand ard S283. Kve No. 2, S2.10( 2 12. Barley 1.231.52. i'av i'imot'Vv 4 007 50; c'..vcr 12.i17.00. Pork 41 10; Lard 21.30(n 21.40; ribs 22.00(5 22.50. ' X. WW ! v; . . : n ! M ; k .... 1 1. H. i 1 . B G. I", K. C'osa .6.00 . 6.70 .6 206.25 . 5.75 .5.205.35 .5.105.17'i .5.105.1o SAVANNAH MARK 171' Savannah, Aug. 1. The spirit mar ket was lirn: at .".7 3-4 tents, with ales of 333 casks. Open, Receipts, Casks prices influ- MASGANA, French Graduate! Ian will treat any disease of j NEW YORK COTTON- New Y'ork, Aug. 2. Yesterdays CORN I'RICES IT. Chicago, Aug ' 2 Corn took an upward turn today, enced by reports indicating that re lief which had been afforded by rains 1,1 T.ic Southwest and elsewhere who I The Journal's 'WVit Ad v r.l cret von results. CARTOONET on. or.o. V .terinarlan. dor.esticated animals at inoderate price. I .!rjlf nl,it cotton market earlv I to be llie case. Olterinirs were readi ly . ;overnment t Pfionp 17"S or : ' .j-.- . - . excitement was followed by a com- 1 were not as great . aj:. first seemed White's Pharmacy. Phone 180. Dr. Mas g8 1a Mange Cure Is tne best. tjulylm AUTOMOBILE. All kind of engine, magneto and self lrtr work nulrklv ind fTIHinf lv rounded by nice dwellings. A-l title can j done at Standard Repair Wftrka. Phone be had. For price, etc.. apply to William Emery. Pensacola.. Via.. Route A. Box 61. luneJTtf FOR RENT--Furn!hed apartments, up stairs, for light house-keeping. No children. ll Kas Gregory street Khona augStf FOR RENT Furnished rooms In goo4 neighborhood. Clean, cool and pleas- 1 snt. Good board near by 602 North llayne street. 3aug FOTt RENT Three furnished or unfur nished rooms upstairs; if unfurnished mill rent for $S a month: bath and porch. Apply 506 North llayne street. lauglm FOR RENT Connecting rooms down stairs, also up. stairs; furnished for housekeeping, modern conveniences, screened, on car line, near bay. Adults preferred. 501 E. Government St. Iaug FOR RENT All of second floor, four rooms and bath, furnished for house, keeping, or will rent separately. Apply 1202 East -Gadsden street, or phone HTS. oaug; FOR RENT Jfodern four room un furnished apartment. Apply 50S K. Jackson St. Phone 1787. SJuly FOR RENT Fultes of rooms for light housekeeping, private bath, hot and cold water, 31 Guillemarde, three blocks west L. N derot. block east T. M C. A. Phone 1568. lSJuly FfiR RENT Furnished rooms for light Tnousekepping. upstairs and down stairs rvkdprn conveniences. J?l N. Barcelona St.. Phone 17:6. JJu'.ytf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. OIL STOCK $1.00 SHARE Big acreage: Great developments in progress. Don't delay. May make 100 for one. Write for particulars. Better wire $10." Gallowav, 1001 Colcotd P-ldg, Oklahoma. Okla. I?1ulv US. commission ouses MISCELLANEOUS. ARiESlAN WELLS. 1 optimistic tU of peace prospects, -! This demand was readily supplied ! around the initial figures, however, and urices later sagged off to 24. 1 3 ANNOUNC.rvf NT. j for October and 25 for January s,f hrrrcvedrr under realizing and Southern and lo- fmd Grcjjoiv sts., t i is i: Garden st. ! cal selling Numerous reports reach Pronii.t at.entim given t ail r.ics. I e( he trade from Southern sources 2:honLirl .J-yiZ ; claiming a better crop outlook than machines, i indicated by yesterdays official tig aeed bv a favorable view ARTESIAN WELLS Will put In 4 to 12 Inches diameter, any depth, and guarantee water Write for full In- j 'ormation. Gray Artesian Well Co.. Cot- I tondale, Fla. aprl.'t? ! NEW HOME SEWING furniture. House r urnishints. Cash 1 ures and sellers were also encour- or easy payments. Home Furnishing ; . fe & favorable view of the Phone 35!. Sjulylm ! weather map- trloc 1 Via -,rnn i n tr was sttpHViv nt :in V HK -5011)00 DV advance of 3 to 6 points with October I Oper ing prices, which ranged, ranged ... . . c tc iv i . .1 ...:al selling at -4.87 and January at J4.4o rrom i-oc on nei auvance uan .cji- : on the call. There seemed to be a teinber 1.15 1-8 to 1.16 1-8 and May little scattered buying brought in by at 1.13 7-8 to 1.14 1-8 were followed vestcrdav's bullish government re- by a moderate general advance then port and" there may also have been ' something of reaction. Komp scattered coverinz on the more! Unfavorable crop advices from the L'aKotas gave some nrmness to w neat prices. After opening 2c higher at 2.20 for September, the market ad- : vanced to 2 22 and then fell back to 219- Increased rural offerings to activ- , ity tended to help the oats market, j Provisions hardened after a little ini- j tial weakness- ! O-IJ ATV A VP PRI1VK1I1V i - -foja- YOO MOTTS CAP-t mot wham1 STOLEN .iaU.. --x -lr-eA lrtu-ot loor in tVio ro orn. The Journal's "Want Ad. 1 in? but October was down to 24 46 and January to 24. 16 or 2b to ol I points net lower. A petition was lr ! regular and was freely signed the Way" is the BEST way. ! TRANSFER. STORAGE MERCHANTS TRAVSPTTO CO.. Thoa. B. Thoraen. Proprtetor. solicits all ainda moving and naullna. ruralturc packed lot ahtpment furniture torad. Office thone i7l. He pot phone 74. IUu BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 63 Haulinff. Packinir. Storinjr- STOLEN From in front Central Phar macy. 1ml! make bicycle, painted red. Heen used about tw0 vvekf. Klec trto liattery licht. Fisk tire?, black tread, rear tire heen punctured and plug ged. Telephone or notify Berty Hoover, at Central Pharmacy. " 31July3t LOST AND FOUND. j LOST One white puppy, about tare ; months old. brown spot on he Itfi side of head. Lost between Gonzales j and Wright street on Guillemarde. iS 1 reward if returned to ii.i Last GonxaVz, or phone 1663 or 80". SaugJ TT(T'Vri i 'ha mr) -t (cn nilL ttaraul flnn. I ' may have sani by rrovnR property I I an.i riR inv fnr thl ftdvevtisempiit. A t I j piy Sol" Call n Co SauirSt 1 LOST Female Collie, black with white collar, has heen clipped: notify Or. Geo. Masgana. Phone ITI?. Iaug1 IOST- O. F.. S. pin. "Mrs. Klsie Smith'' etiRraed on front of pin. "Montgomery I'hapter. 18rt." on back. Kincer return to l.ioo East Cervantes street. Reward SlJulyT IIST-On Prent road, blue flannel sport coat. Reward for return to Southern Grocery Company. 31julyl0 -NANNY- L. E. NOBLES & CO., AMrnta Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Kirschbaum Suits. "eur Mone'a Warth or Veur Money ok." r" South Palafox Street. Phone 70 I Wheat- j Sept I Corn ! Pec Mav ... . Oats Sept Dec Pork Sept Lard Sept Oct Ribs Sept Oct Open 2.20 1.15 1-1:3 r-8 7-8 . bO .40.80 . .21 07 . .21 20 Close. 2.31 1 17 5-8 115 5-8 fiO 1-2 60 7-8 jlAM HAS htVArZ!Z2l WAR. ON eiCVAHV Jr, Today 51"' Thi season 41,57."' Shipments, Caskii Today 7 This season 25,980 Stocks. Cask Todav 21,221 t April 1 11.1G! The rosin market was firm sales of 1,1..; barrels. Receipts. Barrels l-2c last year ' 604 15,716 02.1 :;:.253 14,578 7,620 with 41.10 21.52 21 67 . ...22.00 22.22 . ...21.95 22.12 COTTONSEED OIL MARKET- New York, Aug. 2 The cottonseed ; v MARSTON & QUINA. .vest Flerija'a OlOest Furnlturs Heuaa. Exclusive Agents Q.ebe-Waenlcke k Cae. Today 1.74D This season 120,854 Shipments, Barrels Todav 165 This season 148.W7 Stocks, Barr"U Todav 86,52:1 April 1 103,456 Quotations were as follov 1: Open WW 6.75(5 6.95 WG 6.606.80 N" 6.256.50 M . 5 70(&;5.75 K 5.25 I 5.20(a5.2212 Last Year 1,8?. 2 "5,645 2,o:u 141.641 69.8,'i.'? 72,832 II G F, O B E 5 20 5.15(5:5. 17.'2 5.10(715.15' 5.15 5 05(5 5.15 Closn 7.00 6.50(2 6 70 6.20S6.25 5.6&S5.75 5.25 5.155.20 5.155.20 5.15 5.15 5.15 5.15 The Partor Market Heme af AH TheVe ur" Fresh Western Meats. POULTRY, EQOl AND OrtlCN anoctrtiti- aHONII 17S-174. Buy Your Lot Now While Land is Cheap the eoo WHO ALWAYS'. HA9 TO Plh VOt'OeAlN'y ALOfiCj WITH A6i?EmNti Wc have two very attractive building lots (SOxKh1- feet ) on East Hill, near hospital, car line, and schools, that we can sell at $425.00. Phone 367. Pensacola Finance Co. E. I. FISSEL Manufacturer of PORK PRODUCTS rreh and Smoked Saueage, Bologna, Vienna WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 3C6 Eaat Wright St -eet PHONE 651. Notice to Ice Consumers! Our wagons are equipped with ecalea and consumers will pieaae exact of.--rect weight and report any dtecourteef of driver a to office chonea tl or ttl. Pensacola Ice Comnany Pensacola Launch and Machine Co. Two Sets Marine Wjs. Willard Service Station. Skiffs and Motor Boats Built and Repaired. P. L. Brown. Mjrr. Phone 662 - FISHER-BROWN. We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919.