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10 THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1919. s .- H GAffiBlOB CtHOOL OF INSTRUCTION HELD 'FOR INSPECTORS WHO WILL HANDLE WORK IN THIS COUNTY .Compulsory cattle dipping, - with a view of having the present quaran tine raised and an open market to the outside world declared, will begin in Escambia county March 24th. ' iThe enforcement of the dipping law WJ11 be strenuously enforced, accord ing to C. W. Brown, TJ. S. veterinary inspector, who has the work in charge. All cattle, work oxen, range horses and mules must be dipped every 14 days. In this way dipping can be completed tills year and the county forever freed of the tick stigma. .. If regular and sys tematic dipping is not kept " up the Work would have to continue through atoother year and the expense would be doubled, . -'v fState and county live stock Inspec tors who will have charge of the tick ! eradication work met Dr. Brown yes 1 terday, at a gathering of farmers and stockmen, and received final instruc tions. Information was given on serv ing , the dipping notices and quaran tines, keeping of records, recording marks and brands of all cattle, close inspections at each dipping and care in handling the cattle before they are turned into the vat. Each inspector, was Instructed in the method of testing the arsenical bath, which, when kept at the strength re quired by government officials, is not injurious to the skJa.'but give a glossy coat to cattle. M. O. Baggett, of Gonzalez, Harry Garret, of Beulah, Homer Diamond, of Cantonement, W. G. Hall, of .Atmore. Alabama. J. R. Brewton, of McDavid, and William McCurdy. of Centurv, were the inspectors instructed. H. f Bra II. who was .-re cently appointed county , inspector in the Pensacola vi rility tendered his resignation. SMITH WICK tag invHed to Introduce Mr. Clark when he speaks at th9 i Garden ". theatre Tbureday night, but a government sur vey of the port of Apalachloola, whtch will be made the came day, wilt pre vent his acceptance, the represntative from this 'district stated yesterday. . , A reception committee. of prominent Pinpacolians will meet Champ Clare when he reaches the city and further honors will be shown him. SMITHWICK INVITED TO INTRODUCE .MR CLARK THURSDAY . Champ Clark, former speaker of the Houne of Rpresentatives, will visit renracola next Thuisday, coming here appear as the second number of the Alkahest lyceum course. . He has been asked to give to th public -his views ou the league of nations, as outlined by President Wilson, William H. Taft acd other men of , national importance. - Congressman J.: H.v Smith wick. wa3 mm h f It's Your Money And you are going to Wear the Clothes. i You are the one to be pleased. Your person ality is the one to be ex pressed. Your physique is the one to be fitted as YOU like it.l That's exaetiy howwe feel about it. The John White Store Spring Suits are ready wheEneverT YOT&tirare YOU'Efe tfiessr $18.00 up WOO! I J BY SOT Philadelphia, Mar.' j Crossing -the "bone dry south, tourist bound for Florida this winter have been - en countering since January 1 examples of prohibition. Recently while attempt ing to stock up a little oasis of their own, a group of Philadelphia men came to grief in Georgia. One of the party said he was surprised to find that the btate authorities searched the baggage ou the trains and confiscated what ever liquor they found." Travelers on a steamer bound for Florida also found when the vessel made a brief stop at Savannah, ' that the " same process was applied, officers boarding" the boat and confiscating any intoxicating ' liquor found in the passengers' possession. . 'it is related here that recently a steel safe about to be shipped to FJorida was filled with bottles of liquor. When tl reached its destination it was found that the safe had, been opened en route and its contents taken.- One cit izen, disgusted, because packages ' he had sent, south in various disguises had been confiscated, wrote home: "Buy three bottles of the worst you can find and dose it with Jalap. Then let them steal it. JOHN NDONOVAN FINED COURT OF RECORD On a plea of guilty to a violation of the state prohibition- laws '' before Judge C. Moreno Jones of the court of record,. ohn Donovan was assessed a fine of $350 and costs Friday. He furnished a 90 dyas stay bond for his release.- 6. & Pellagra Rheumatism Blood Liver or ; ' For.' Kidney;: Disease One bottle Is GUARANTEED to benefit any case of jthese diseases, or your money will.be refunded gladly. Stop that suffering NOW. . Order from your druggist. $1.00 er bottle. L. M. GROSS fv Box 17, Little Rock, Ark. Marlceto New Ytric. M.n-k fly. Old, March May 22.40, July iMwvinir uictmocr zo.iz.-New, i 'uly October 20.60, Dec steers 11.50 to H.50: heifers 9.50 to 18.00; cows 12.00 to 13.50; t stockers 10.00 to 13.60: calves 7.75 to 16.50. Sheep: receipts 800 head,-market steady. lambs 18.50 to 18.75 ewes 10.50 to 11.25. NEW YORK COTTON. W Tork. March 8 Cotton futures Opened Steady. OM. Uarrh 44 An Mar 21.95, July 21 .15, October- 19.82. December 170. New, May 22.60,. July 21.60, October rfew York. March 8. Cotton spot steady mlddlinr. 28.75. -New York. JIarch 8. Then a. firm. er- tone In the cotton market-early today owing to the reports of a. Gradual im provement In the goods market and small spot offerings-from the South. - Tradlne was active but aicUn consisted largely of nquiaaiion or om style accounts and their transfer into the - new style con tracts. The- latter appeared to be attract ing a little fresh buvinar but thera -mam a good deal of selling' by spot people who were covering old short hedges and not much change In the relation .of the- two contracts. The market opened, steady at unchanged prices to an advance of 27 points on the old and 12. to 25 points higher on, the new contract which work ed some 40 to 50 points , above last J . b : ivtuim Deiorv ine ena oi vno first hour. Old style Mav feold at 22.44 and new style at 22.85. brokers reported a broadening inter est in the new style contracts and th market ' showed continued steadiness lat in the morning1 with old style May sett ing at 22.43 and new May at 22.85 in thf lays trading. The close was within few points of the best with the ton very steady at a net advance- of 52 'to 72 points on the old and of 35 to 60 on th new style , months.. ,.. I.. .. , I ; NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans. March 8. Cotton future opened steady. ; Old style. March 24 60 May 22.83. .Tulv 21.50. October 19.3 . De cember. 19.00, New style. May 22.99, Jul? 21.85 October 19.99. New Orleans. March 8. Soot cotton steady. 75 points up. Sales on spot 1. 096 bales, to arrive 100 bals. Low mid dling' 20. 25: middling 26.75: good mid dling 27.75. receipts 4.125: stock. 463.669. New Orleans March 8. -Covering by shorts made a strong . market in cotton today. . In the - first half hour of .trad ing prices of old contracts were' advanced to to 77 points ana new contracts rose 54 to 68 points.- .Buyers found little for ftalf in any month in either style of con tract. The demand increased as the result of rains In the belt, the storm warning for the east - gulf coast and the rise" of 75 points in spot prices. Later In the ses sion old contracts were at a net gain of 47 to 106 points and the new con tracts were at a net gain o( 62 to "82 points, . t-t. s.-: ' -v.-T ( ' WALL STREET REVIEW. New Tork. March 8. The final session of the week on the stock exchange was marked by further sweeping- gains and feverish activity, transactions for the few hours approximating 600.000 shares. Thgi advance was th most comprehensive of any registered by the current movement with steels, equipments and shippings the most conspiclous features. In the various groups of specialties. - additions to recent gains - were made by . leather. metal, fertiliser. 'food and distilling shares but oils, motors and tobaccos lagged. Rails became dull after their early dem onstration of strength. The closing was strong. Domestic and foreign bonds. including Liberty issues and Pars 6s were firm to strong. Liberty Bonds: 3 l-2e 98.64: first 4s 94.40; second 4s 93.70: first 4 l-4s 94.62; second 4 l-4s 94.02; third 4 l-4s 95.32; fourth 4 1-4s 94.54. Mercantile paper 5 1-4 to 1-2 per cent. Sterling: sixty day bills $4.73 .1-4; com mercial, sixty day bills on banks $4.72 3-4: commercial, sixty day bill $4.72 1-2; de mand $4,75 3-4: cables $4,76 7-16. The a.otna.1 condition of clearing house banks and trust companies for the week shows that they hold . $49,911,070 reserve in xMin of legal reauirements. This is an increase of ,$9,732,610 from last week. -. CHALLENGE TO BOWLERS. A five man team of Pensacohv bowlers wish to play any other team a series of games. Pensacola Shipbuilding Company and the Naval Air Station especially in vited. For arrangements see A. Jones, at the John white store, suuu r fox street. "LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT I can arrange your deferred payments for you. Lee Daniell. Don't sell your Liberty Bonds if you can avoid doing so. If you must sell, see me. Lee Daniell. 202 South Palaf ox. Phone 684. FAREWELL DANCE OF PAYTON JAZZ BAND TO BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY Th farewell dance to be given by Harry Pay ton and A. B. D'Ippolito will take place In the Keyser auditorium next Wednesday night. Th- young men who Vkaam In i1iarff. thAM riancea. IlBbW itoii r- - where the Ukulele Payton Jazz band has been a ieaiure, leave renaocuu vma wcc. for New Orleans, where they will engage in other occupations. The - dances at the Keyser auditorium have been very ; popular and well attested and it Is I planned to fare for a record breaking at- ; tendance at this last dance. ' FISH DEMAND ON - JNCREA8E AT LOCAL SUPPLY HOUSES REPORT Tne fish market has jumped to vneet the Lenten demand and whole-sale houses reported yesterday an Increased call for every variety of sea food. ' Within the next ten days the supply asked for will be doubled. Fish, oysters, shrimp.' crabs, etc.. have replaced meat on the. menu of many households during the fast days ot Lent. Big shipments out-of-town ar reported aa well as the local supply to be made. . FORT BARRANCAS BOYS FROM KENTUCKY CLIQUE Fort Barrancas has formed Its "Ken tucky clique" with a group of young war department engineers. In tha band are George H. Beckey, Jr., Donn Wright, Ernest Walton. Thomas E. Hoppener. L. ' R. Bobe and Lee Debold. The members of the club are all well-known in Louis ville and other Kentucky cities. They have served, for the greater part, with the American expeditionary forces and are now under the command of Capt. Charles D. Clarkson. 'l " " CHICAGO fRAN. V 1 Chicago, ' - March - 8. Corn1 drooped sharply in value -today ss a result of the government report showlnr farmers hold-j mica in dc rarKcr mail nQ nron hm'iu for. , Openiner prices, which ranged from 11-4 to 3 3-8f lower, with Mav $L32 to 1.33 and July 31.26 1-4 to $1.28. were followed bv reactions which wioed out much of the Initial decline. Oots weak ened with com. Provisions scored maxi mum gains. The rorn close "was unset tled 1 to 2 7-Ro .net-, lower, with' May l..l-4 to $1.32 3-8 and July $1,26 3-4 to $1 7-8. .. . .. . . .. , -' : ., t Chicaeo. Msreiv'- 8. Cash : - Corn Vo. 9 vellow $1.38; No. 4 velW $1.37; No. 5 yel low $1.34 to $1.35. 0t No.3 whit 59 1-2 to- 0 l-4c: standard 60 1-T to file. Rye NO 2 $1.45: barley 86 to 96a; timothy rr.5'1 to tlft.so! c'oyer pnmiiwi: rvrk nominal lard 26.50; ribs 25.00 to 26.00. ST. LOUIR LIVESTOCK. St. Louis. March 8. Hogs: Recelnfs 9.000 head. rrsrVot hihr. Llehts 1R.50 to 18 S: plsnflS.SO to butchers 18, to-ir : goodTWvy i5 to lWfl. Cattle:', receipts 703 steady. Native HOT WATER. " . ,' : The Seasbn of Gas water heat ers is near. When the coal range takes its annual Summer vacation a Gas water heater will then just fill your needs. A full line and stock of all kinds now in stock. We will be glad to serve you. PENSACOLA GAS CO. 25-27 East Garden Street Phone 2041 HAVE YOU P A NO IN YOUR HOME ? HAVE YOU IN YOUR HOME 7 o 1 wo of rv -. ;-i . f (Qipeatest 1 iliiia amid. in the WotM Without Either the Home io Not Completed 6 they Should Be; Midst the Environments of Good ' ; Music. ; They Need the Training ' Do Wgfst HodQedHHoll " ;.....' - -v " : " v-- v ."' Every mother should see to it that their daughters and sons . should be ffiven lessons on the piano. When they get to the age when they be gin to appear in public, they will like to be able to play. Always get the best teacher. , ; ; - j ; My We wish to tell you that your choice of either The Kranich and Bach 1 he Clarendon which we consider the two best Pianos on the market today. We sell either for cash or on terms, with interest on deferred payments. IN BUSINESS HERE IN PENSA COLA 28 YEARS. 114 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET . . . : . , :. PHONE 15 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA A COIPLETE LINE ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUiSIC.