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THE P2NS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1918.
14
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MARKETS
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
NEW ORLEANS. May 18. Overnlg&t
telling orders put the price of cotton
14 to 25 points off around the opening
today. Shorts took profits on the de
cline and at the end of the first half
hour of trading the market stood 4
to 11 points, higher than yesterday s
Liquidation carried the market off to
a net decline of 14 to 27 points but
late in the session It rapidly firmed
up on reports of a large spot busl
acss both here and at points in the in
t crier, the active montns reaching an
advance of 4 to 12 points above yester-
:lay's close. ' '
Spot cotton steady and unchanged.
. Hales on the spot 2.753 bales; to arrive
KX bales. Middling 29.25.
Cotton closed steady .unchanged to 8
points down net.
Open High Low Close
TUiv ' 24.45 24.65 2433 2453
r. 9H.il 2334 23.03 '-23.22
Dec 22.90 23.03 2230 22.9(3
Jan' -..; .. 22.80 22.87 2237 22.8
Mar'. 22.70 ' 22.'.6
; CHICAGO CORN MARKET.
CHICAGO. May 18. Grain and provl
rlons review: New declines In the price
of corn took place today, owing more
or less to prospects of generally fair
weather with temperatures above
the seasonal average. Opening prices,
which varied from unchanged figures
to l-8o higher, with May 81.27 7-8. and
July 141 1-2 to 3-4. were followed b.'"'
moderate down turns, briefly in the
July delivery.
Advancing prices in Winnipeg maae
the oats market here firm. After open
nr unehanffd to i-8o higher, with
JUlv-v66 1-3 to 3-8c, the market contin
ued tdxascend.
Provisions rose, influenced by. the
t trength pf quotations on hogs. Best
gains ;were in lard.
NEW YORK COTTON.
NEW YORK, May 18. The cottqn
market opened steady today at a de
cline of 2 to 20 points with active
ft
DG VALUE
LABI E
ample
600 PAIRS
: All new styles, mostly wh t- buckskin strap pumps, trimmed with
green buckskin straps and naet nv-tal buckle. Louis heel, welt sole
Shoes that would cost you at-the least 566.00, we are going CI flft
to sell at 4.UU
Also big line of black kid pumps, with buckle, turn soles, CI OA
high and low heels, sizes 2 1-2 lo 4, 15.00 values, for 0L0U
Another lot of pumps and oxfords, button and' strap, gun metal,
.tan calf, white kid, patent leather and satins, sizes 2 1-2 to s 1 nr
4. to go at ....31.7J
These values cannot lasnonr, so our advice is to come early if
you want to shart; in the Greater. Shoe Savings Ever Offered.
The Canadian Shoe Store
518 NORTH DeVILLIER STREET.
Our Work l
Walked About.
THE WEST END SHOE STORE
If you want the best and neatest work that can be done on them.
We use the best leather that can be bought and GUARANTEE it.
We -win pay return postage on all Jobs over 50 cents and get them
$back the aext day. W make a epeolalty .of Ladles, and Children's work,
and our Elk (Green) eoles are superior to all. "We guarantee them for
six months. Prices reasonable.
PHONE 2032:
W.
months selling 22 to 25 points net low
er after the call. The grade took a
generally favorable view of the weather
map' and there was some nervousness
over reports that shipping was being
held up at gulf ports. At the lowest
decline the market was steadied by cov
ering and 6howed rallies.
The early rally met increased offer
ings with the break extending to 24.65
for July and 23.80 for Oct. during the
middle of the morning or about 32 to
40 points net lower. The market then
steadied again on covering for over the
week end and there was also a better
trade buying of October with the close
firm at a net loss of 1 to 11 points. .
Cotton futures closed firm.
Open High Low Close
July 25.00 25.05 24.65 24.94
Oct. 24.05 24.21 23.80 24.13s
Jan 23.85 23.87 23-606 23.6
Dec. 23.92 21.03 23.70 23.98
Mar. 23.62 23.65 23.62 23.(6
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN.
CHICAGO, May 18. Corn No. 2 and 3
yellow nominal; No. 4 yellow 135(&14o.
Oats No. 3 white 77 1-2; Standard
77 l-278. Rye No. 2. 2.00; Barley 1.23
(1.50; Timothy 5.00(28.00; clover 18.00
28.00. Pork nominal; lard 24.70
24.80; ribs 22.15S22.75.
LICENSE TO WED
ISSUED PAST WEEK
The following marriage licenses were
Issued during . the past jveek in Es
cambla county:
White Otto Jacob Schrenk and Lillian
Anna Yunghaus; Henry E. Sears and
Gertrude Newman; Daniei V. Berry
and Eyela E. Ingram ; Frank7J. Conway
and Frances M. Johnson ; Kennth Kun-
nler and Ollie Moore; John RIzzo and
Sarah Emmons.
Colored Major Williams and LIzzis
Robinson; Sam Lewis and Viola Clark;
F. J. Scroggins and Mattle Weather-
ppoon; Ed Palmer and Ernestine Nel
son; Ed Tate and Annie watkins.
CiAL
Shoes
PHONE "1135
11
SEND YOUR SHOES TO
GIVE US A TIIAL.
S21 NORTH DEVILLIER
S. CHARLES, Manager.
NAVAL STORES
PENSACOLA MARKETS.
The spirit market was firm at 45 1-2
with sales B. & R.
Reeelpts Casks Last
; Year
Today 16 2t6
This Month 1.150 4.06 j
This Season 1,783 6.3S3
Shipments Casks. i
Today 166 1
This Month , 2.542 1,6C
This Season .. ,554 6,215
Stocks Casks.
Today 37.068 24,7a
April 1 .' 41.839 24,629
The rosin market was firm with sales
of 2,645 barrels. j
Receipts Barrels. Last j
xeatr1
Todav " 48 240
This Month 4.062 9.982"'
This Season 7,385 17.T-3
Shipments Barrels. I
Today 285 397.
This Month 10,187 10.6V2
This Season 33.871 33,4;0
Stock Barrels.
Today 46.864 78.076
April ,1st 73.350 93,793,'
. Quotations were as follows:
Close
WW. 7.40
WG 7.:0
NV 7t5
M,- K, I, H, G, F, E, D, B, 7.00
SAVANNAH MARKETS.
SAVANNAH. May 18. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 46 with sales of 105
casks.
Receipts Casks Last
l en
Today 267 323
This Season 3.941 9.54U
shipments Casks.
Today 10 .1
This Season 6,328 11,225
Stocks Casks.
Today 21,905 9,4.v4
April. 1 , 24,293 li.lty
The rosin market was firm with sales
of 50 barrels.
Receipts Barrels. Last
Year
Today 405 892
This Season 14,515 28,640
Shipments Barrels. I
Today . 61 1C0
This Season 16.137 69.415
Stock Barrels. " '
Today 94.641 70.0f0
A"pril 1st 96,263 103,45 j
Close !
WW ........... 7.4U
WG 7.30,
N
M
.05!
6.J5
K. I
H, G, F,
E
D
B -..
6.85
6.80.
6.7
.6.72 1
,....6.70
Fined on Plea of
Making Assault
In the court of record yesterday, Ed
Canfjbell, who earlier in the week haa
pleaded guilty to a charge of. assault
was arraigned for sentence. A fine of
825 and costs was impose!!, which was
readily paid. , It was asserted that Mr.
Campbell had assaulted Mr. Berry
when the two men had a disagreement.
Another case in "the court of record
which was disposed of yesterday was
that again Fred Scroggins and Mattie
Witherspoon, each of whom were fined
costs of prosecution or thirty days.
This couple obtained a marriage license
in the latter part of the week.
PLAINTIFF GIVEN
T OF POLICY
In the United States District court
yesterday afternoon the jury In the
case of H. Baars and Company again"!?
the North British and Mercantile Com
pany found for the plaintiff for the
amount of the policy. S15.000. together
with Interest at 8 per cent frtfti Octo
ber 21, 1916.
The action was to collect on an in
surance policy on the Swedish steamer
Gamen, which was sunk by a German
sub-marine.
AMOU
Other.' Work Is
Talked About.
Original.
STREET.
Political Announcements
FOR CONGRESS.
FOR CONGRESS I hereby announce
myself a candidate for re-election aa
Congressman from the Third Congres
sional District, subject to the Democratic
primary, and solicit your support, influ
ence and vote. - WALTER KEHOE.
FOR CONGRESS-1 am a candidate for
Congress from the Third Congressional
District of Florida, subject to the action
of the Dp eratli primary of June 4th,
191S. If t.ed, I promise untiring
efforts i - .alf of the district and the
nation at .rge. J. H. Smlthwick.
' FOR STATE SENATOR.
I hereby annoi'ice my candidacy "for
re-election to the State Senate, subject
to nomination in the primasy election to
be held on June 4th. Upon my record in
the Senate and adherence to Democratic
principles and policies, and upen the
declaration cf which I now. and shall
hereafter make. I solicit and will be gen
uinely grateful f or, the votes and support
of all Democrats. Respectfully.
JOHN B. JONES.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
State Senator freja Escambia County,
subject to the ruSs of the Democratic
primary, and respectfully solicit the sup
port of all Democrats. I favor: Ratifica
tion of the federal prohibition amend
ment. Abolition of the fee svstem A H
litlon of the court of reecord of . Escambia
County and if ncessary the creation of a
Judicial circuit. Free text books for pu
pUa of the public schools.
Very respectfully,
j W. F. ARMFIEL.D.
FOR STATE SENATOR I hereby an-
senator subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primary and will appreciate the
support of all voters.
JOHN P. STOKES. .
FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby an
nounce myself as a candidate for rep
resentative in the Florida legislature from
Escambia county, subject to the Demo
cratic primary, and solicit the support of
all qualified voters with the assurance
that if elected I will serve the interests
of this county to the best of my ability.
2572 J. R. M. GATES.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Representative in the Florida Legislature
from Escambia county, subje-ct to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary of June
4. and solicit the votes and active sup
port of my friends and fellow citizens.
254 HERBERT P. CARO.
I hereby announce- myself a candidate
for Representative .to the Legislature
from Escambia County, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary June
4th. 1918, and respectfully solicit the vote
and support of ail. loyal Democrats. I
favor the ratification of our prohibition
amendment to a state-wide law, and am
an advocate of free text books for ou,
public schools. . If . elected, I promise to
perform the duties of the office to the
best interest ' of the people of Escambia
County.
2462 "V. R- TISDALE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce-
myself a candidate for Repre
sentative from Escambiq, county, in
the Florida Legislature, subject- to
the Democratic primary, and if elected
pledge my vote for ' ratification of
the prohibition amendment. I also prom
ise to work faithfully and diligently for
all measures which will promote the best
interests of the county and state.
2749 M. E. MORET.
FOR STATE TAX COMMISSIONER.
FOR STATE. TAX COMMISSIONER 1
hereby announce my candidacy for
state Tax Commissioner, Group 2. and
respectfully solicit the support of all
friends In the forth-coming democratic
primary. W. M. . HOLLOW AT.
FOR STATE TAX COMMISSIONER To
the Democratic Voters of Florida: I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
the Tax Commission, Group 1. subject to
tne action of tha Democratic primary to
be held June 4; promising, if elected, to
perform the duties of the office faith
fully and fearlessly. Respectfully, CADE
E. SHACKELFORD.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Dlat 1
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for re-election as County Commissioner
for District No. 1. subject to the Demo
cratic primary.
2565 J. GEO. WHITE.
FOR STATE TAX COMMISSIONER To
the Democratic Voters of Florida: I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
the Tax Commission. Group 1, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary to
beheld June 4, promising, if elected, to
perform the duties of the office faith
fully and diligently. J. CLIFFORD
BROWN. . 2672
FOR COMMISSIONED. DISTRICT NO. 2
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for county commissioner to repre
sent district No. 2. and if elected prom
tse to work for the interests of all people.
JOHN T. HOLLAND.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Dlts. 2
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Commissioner to represent
District No. 2, and if elected promise fair
and faithful performance of all duties of
the office. I respectfully solicit the .vote
of every Democrat in the primary.
2574 T. J. SHELBY.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Dist. 2.
I announce my candidacy for nomina
tion as County Commissioner, from Dis
trict No. 2, Escambia County. Florida.
This district includes Precincts Nos. 14,
15, 32 and 34. all west of Falafox and
South of Gadsden street to the city
limits. I ask the support of my fellow
democrats, and if nominated and elected
promise the same diligent and faithful
work on behalf of the taxpayers and
citizens as I have given to this office the
past term. Sincerely, GUS A. SODER
LIND. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Dist. 3.
I hereby announce myself as candidate
as County Commissioner for District No.
3, subject to the Derr.ocratic primary.
2539 GEO H. DAVIS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FROM
DISTRICT NO. 4 I hereby respectfully
announce myself as a candidate for nomi.
nation as County Commissioner from
. . TOURING CAR
1917 MODEL
in first class condition
FOR SALE
May Be Seen Today.
105 North Palaf ox.
to
District No. 4. subject to the Demo
cratic Primary, and promise, if elected,
to give the office my very best atten
tion. I will advocate and work for good
roads and the general welfare of the
County and at the same time will use
my best efforts to keep down the taxes.
2703 A. C DIAMOND.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Dlst. 4.
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for re-eiection as County Commissioner
for District No. 4. subject to the Demo
cratic primary.
Z6S ' i W. HA1UJ1.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Supervisor of Registration of Escambia
County. Florida, and solicit the votes of
my fellow citisens in the coming Demo
cratic primary. I am under no obliga
tion to any man or set of men and prom
ise if nominated and elected to diligently
apply myself to the duties of this, one of
the most important offices in the county,
in strict accordance with the law.
2566 , T. QUILL McNAIR.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
I nereby announce myself a candidate
for Supervisor of Registration of Escam
bia County, subject to the action of the
democratic primary of June 4. 1 have no
pledges to make except to pledge to every
voter my faithfulness to the duties of the
office. If elected I will keep the books
neat and up-to-date and satisfactory to
every voter and subject to their inspec
tion. I have ben a democrat all my life
--have lived in Escambia county 42 years.
1 will appreciate the votes of all my fel
low citizens.
2C3S JOHN A. KIRKFATRICK.
WANTED
WANTED Pupils. Stenographic
Course, 110.00. Those beginning
now, can be placed In good paying
positions by September 1st, 9 1-2 W.
Romana street. Room 4. 2820
WE WANT Your Job work and can sa-ve
you money. Houses repaired and painted.
Window and door screens made at olw
prices. We specialize fine inside finish
ing and remodeling. Write us your needs
and we will call and make estimate.
Williams and Weltch, 16 W. Zarragossa
St. 2756
WANTED To learn the address of R.
Collins formerly located. Baker, Fla.
Address P. D. Mingledorff , 401 South
21st St., Birmingham. Ala. 2783
AUTOMOBILE DEALERS, ATTENTION
WANTED To furnish you with names
of Automobile owners in your County,
they need your literature. Write us for
lists. Leon Norfolk Company. Box 431.
Tallahassee Fla. 2518
WANTED Desirable couple to share 5
room house, and board. At $80 per
month. Write "W." care Journal.
" SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMAN Capable Specialty man
for Florida, Staple line on NEW
and EXCEPTIONAL terms. Vacancy
now. Attractive commission con
tract. $35.00 weekly ' for expenses.
Miles F. Bixler Co., 34 Carlln Bids..
Cleveland. Ohio. 2816-C
SUCCESSFUL Salesman at once for
General Trade In Florida. New un
equalled merchandising plan. Splen
did commission contract, . $35.00 week
ly for expenses. G. R. Williams, 33
20, Continental Bldg., Cleveland. Ohio.
2817-C
ENORMOUS war time government
created demand for our copyrighted
article. Write now for details and
trial offer exclusive territory on
yearly contract. Twelve sales average
one day's work over $2.00 for you in
each sale. Jerome Laadt Organiza
tion, 8 So. Dearborn Street, Chicago.
111. 2816-E
FARM LOANS
I NEGOTIATE long term loans
on improved farms in Escam
bia and Santa Rosa counties,
Florida, and Baldwin county,
Alabama. Money ready when
title shown good. A. C. Binkley,
202 S. Palafox St., Pensacola.
BUY A HOME BUY A FARM PLANT AN ORCHARD
START A CHICKEN RANCH
ATMORE, ALABAMA,
on the Highlands, elevation 300 feet above sea level swept
by the Gulf breezes. An all the year round resort, fifty
miles due north of Pensacola, train service on two railroads,
and only two hours ride by automobile over Florida graded
roads. Combine the advantages of city and rural life.
ATMORE has Sewerage, Water, Electric Light and
Telephone Systems; Good Schools, large town lots and fer
tile lands near railroads, at low prices and on easy terms.
ATMORE REALTY CO.
H. H. PATTERSON, President.
crTm ssv ttd ttttt rs r-v -tt-n
IPeinisacoDa
Additional Classified Ads.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
."WANTED At once a good house glrL
Apply 116 W. Belmont street or
phone 579. 2824
WANTED Colored woman to cook
and do general house work for a
family of two. Apply 304 - W. Greg
ory street. 2833
WIANTED Experienced cashier. None
but competent person, and one who
can show past experience, need apply.
Telephone 126. 19m
LADY of Intelligence and refin.ment
wanted to organize Domestic Econ
omy Clubs. Liberal pay. "Whole
or part time. Instructions and equip
ment free. International' Institute,
Philadelphia. 286-B
WIDE AWAKE WOMAN" to take
charge of our local trade. $3 to $4
a day steady. No experience requir
ed. Pay starts at once. Write to
day. American Products Co., 1077.
Third St., Cincinnati. O. 2817-A
WANTED Good settled woman to as
sist in house work. Apply 131S North
14th Ave. 2810
WANTED First class cook. Only those
with good references need apply. Call
at 107 W. Gregory. M0L
WANTED Colored woman to do gen
eral house work. Apply 619 N. Bay
len street. 2798
GOVERNMENT NEEDS 20.000 WOMEN
CLERBS at Washington. Examinations
everywhere May 25. Experience unnec
essary. Women desiring government
positions write for free particulars to
J. C. Leonard, former Civil Service Ex
aminer, 286 Benois Bldg.. Washington.
2768
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT By service man
and wife, furnished apartment or two
rooms for light housetceeping, walking
distance of town, no children, give par
ticulars, rates. W. M. R. care Journal.
2784
WANTED Unfurnished five
room house in good location.
Write or phone, W. J. Miles, Ar
mour & Co.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
W. O. W. -Live
Oak Camp. No. 1. Woodmen of tbe
World meets first and third Tuesday
night" for regular meetings. Woodmen
Hail. 115 and 117 West Garden street.
CLYDE LITTLE.
W. H. WHITE, C C.
Clerk.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacola Council. No. 86. Junior Order
L'nlted American Mechanics, meeta eeo
ond and fourth Mondays, p. rr., at
it v h.it in p lntni1n(i St.. over
MeHugh Store. Vlsstlng brotheia cor
dially invited. ,
F. E. TDQWEU,
F. P. DILLARD, Con.
Recording Secretary. , v
PENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 4, I. O. O. F.
Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F..
meets every Thursday at T:30 p. m. In
Rafford Hall, corner BayleD and Belmont
streets. Visitor cordially invited.
E. F. RICE. N. O.
J. . NTCOT.AU. Feoretarr.
AMERICAN AVIATORS
SHOOT DOWN THE HUNS
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY. May
18. American aviators northwest of
Toul shot down two German airplanes
today. Captain David Peterson, of
Honesdale. Penna., shot down another
enemy biplane yesterday.
WANTED DY
TTar S TTonrpeiratlOirae (Co
SPOT CASH ON DELIVERY
Wood is paid by the cord, prices
governed by weight, per cord,
ranging from $4.30 to $11.00.
Shipments by rail or water.
We have bought tar wood for
17 years without a skip and are
always ready to take any quan
tity at highest prices.
In many places we can furnish
motor trucks to haul to railroad
at lower cost than hauling with
mules.
Good profit in shipping it. Write
for particulars, prices and sped
fications. .
PENSACOLA TAR &
TURPENTINE CO.
GULLPOINT, FLA.
HELP WANTEDMALE
WANTED For a few days, two gaa fit
ters and helper. Pensacola Gas Co..
28 E, Garden St 207
WANTED Boy over 14. or young man
to work around dairy, experience un
necessary. Call at Ford Agency. tiSO
this morning, ask for W. L. Gilmora
JT7!
WANTED Bookkeeper for progressive
concern in city. Must be familiar with
names of streets and residents. Satis
factory salary to satisfactory man. Ad
dress box 1097.
WANTED Experienced groc
ery driver. Apply at once. Sol
Cahn & Co.
WANTED White driver for
wagon, in the city. Must be a
hustler and not subject to draft.
Phone 338 or apply Gulf Refin
ing Co.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT On North HM one fur
nished room, modern conveniences. Ap
ply 1120 N. Palafox St. or phone 17.
Mrs. John Pfelffer. 2760
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Road body "or large seat
suitable to make a roadster bed. Ad
dress. "Roadster," care Journal. 2829
WANTED TO BUT A 10 to 20 thousand
capacity saw mill In good shape. Ap
ply to T. H. Stone, Port St. Joe, Fla.
2604-B
WANTED Scrap Iron, Rags,
Metals, Hides, Sacks, etc
Highest prices paid. Pensacola
Hide & Metal Co., 200 E. Zarra
gossa St. Phone 299.
WANTED FAT PINE
WOOD
We Pay For:
FAT LIOHTWOOD:
Consisting of Fat dead
limbs, knots and tree trunks,
.20 per 2,000 lbs. ton F. O.
B. our Bay Minette, Ala. or
Pensacola, Fla. Plant.
FAT STUMPWOOD:
Consisting of Fat Stumps
and roots, $3.50 per 2,000 lbs.
ton F. O. B. our Bay Minette,
Ala. or Pensacola, Fla. Plant.
If you are interested write
us and we will make all nec
essary arrangement.. . .
NEWPORT TURPEN
TINE & ROSIN CO., Inc.
Bay Minette, Ala.
NEWPORT TURPEN
TINE & ROSIN CO. OF
FLA.
,m Pensacola. Wla.
WANThu lour joo pnatinm and orders
for enrravlnjr of sll kind, ralltnir cards,
redding Invitations, eto. MATES PRINT -INO
Co.. 24 West OevemiBeat. lt
WAfTKT Sewina macHtne , repair.
Why buy a machine when your old one
can he made ae good aa ever. RIB 71.
I will call. Work guaranteed. IS East
Garden street- J. H. Blakealer. til
WANTED!
EXCELSIOR CORD
WOOD Peeled and alio with Tartr OB.
Loaded on cars at your station on the
L. & N.f or the C F. & A. Kailroads,
within 100 mflei of Pensacola, we are
paying $3.25 to 3.75 per cord with
the bark on. For peeled wood, with
bark off, the price U $4.00 to $iS0
per cord. We pay the freight.
The prices are different because
the freight charge are? higher or
loweT.
Write ns from what station yon
expect to ship and we will then tell
you what price we will pay yoa for
peeled and nnpeeled wood and . mail
you our Speciflcationa.
Write us today. -
PENSACOLA EXCEL
SIOR COMPANY,
P. O. Box 1350,
Pensacola. Florida. ' '

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