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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, S AT U R DAXM O R N I N G, APRIL 2, 1921.
SEVEN The Market Place of a. The Cost is JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance One Rate to All Count th words In your adver tisement and multiply by th r. im ber of timea you desire It printed, remit accordingly. la counting- words Include "To Lat." "For Sale," "Wanted." etc., as well aa addresses. RATES No advertisement taken for leaa than 2S cents. BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, line daehea, white cpace, claaatfled display) 60 per line, 66q per Inch ill llnea make aa Inch.) , Any person whose name appears In J he telephone directory may have Tlasslfled ads charged. Cancel orders should be alven In writing, never over the phone, Advertisers should give their home or postofTice address as well as their phone numbers, because many read ers have no telephones. If the advertiser so desires, replies can be sent In care of The Journal. FOR SALE FOR SALE One fine china Apply im E. LaHua. cabinet. FOR SALE Orocery store and fixtures. Will Invoice about JSO0.00. Helling price IHC6.V0. Otiier business. Corner Alcanlz and Jackson Sts. FOR SAW Northern party will sell solid mahogany small phonograph 125.00. Tarpon rod, reel and line $12.00. cash. II. II. Burson, 915 E. Gadsden Ht., eventngs. 264 FOR SALE Stock fixtures established grocery and notions, first class stock and cash trade. Other business cause of sale. Bargain If Bold by loth. U. B. Wilson, 29 N. Spring St.. City. 262 Vine wood t. s. Kennedy, is. TWO large fire and burglar proof safes for sale at a bargain. See Albert Klein, the Jeweler. FOR SALE One Essex Roadster, per feOtly new, A-l condition. Son Puick Co., Phone 130. FOR SALE. I new 6-ton Caterpillar Tractor (Holt). 1 slightly used 5-ton Caterpillar Tract r (Holt). These tractors are fine for heavy hauling, such as logs, lumber or road building, ditching, plowing; also for op erating saw and shingle mills. Write for term. THE R. E. L. McCASKILL COMPANY. FOR SALS Pure aweet milk. Gllmore Dairy. Phone 5404, County Operator. FOR SALE Several. new and used Ford bodies. AU styles. Priced to sell. Call 1914. J. D. Anderson, Ford Dealer. 414 FOR SALE Several Ford touring cars lightly used. Priced to sell. Call 1914. J. D. Anderson, Ferd Dealer. 413 FOR SALE One Rex typewriter In good condition. Price reasonable. Apply Journal office. . FOR SALE, at a bargain One 5-pas-senger Gardner; one 5-paasonger Ford, In good condition. See them at Son Bulck Co. 263 FOR SALE 25 ft sloop, completely out fitted. In excellent condition. Address David Hurd P. O. Box 468. FOR SALE Grocery store, Cary Lane and Barrancas avenue. Good location and Kood paying business for right man. Jos. Bauman, Route A, Box 34. FOR SALE An Essex Touring practically new. Phone 593. car, FOR SALE Large, fine tomato plants In dirt bands ready to set out varie ties. Stone and Redfleld Beaut Us, 50 cents per dosen. $3.75 per hundred. Can furnish In IOO lots. Address J. E. Baars, Pensacola, Fla. Phone 672. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE To settle st once the estate of the late Mrs. S. M. Davla, I will sell at Oakfield, five miles from Pensacola east of and along the L. & N. R. R., 138 acres of fine land: 10 room dwelling house, hot and cold water, three room servants' house, .barn, chicken yards, fine old shade trees. Place has frontage of 1,600 ft. on R. R. running back to Carpenter's Creek. An Ideal place for dairy. All household goods, dairy equipment, farm imple ment , a quantity of fine laying Barred Rooks and Rhode Island Red hens and pullets now on place. This place will be for sale until May 1st. If not sold by that time I will lease to responsible party for term of years. Rent payable in advance. Place Is now In charge of raretaker who will show anyone through home from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.,1 daily. William P. Davis, Administrator. HELPMALE BE A DETECTFVE Excellent opportun ity, rood pay, travel. Write C. T. t.udwig, 102 Westover Bldg., Kansas City. Mo. WANTED Ten men, now employed, to qualify at home during spare time, for Export Mansrer positions. Hundreds f splendid openings at home and abroad for men qualified. Several hours of home study a day for a few weeks will qualify any ordinary ambitious man for position paying from $4,000.0(1 per year up. Address Box Export, care Journal. "Doings of the Duffs " TOM CANT BE EXPERT CARVER READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE But a Trifle and the Results are Unequaled FOR RENT FOR RENT Housekeeping 103 West Gregory. apartment. FOR RENT Very desirable, modern, downstairs furnished apartment. North Hill. Inquire 920 N. Sng. FOR RENT Five? room flat, furnished. Reasonable rent to right party. 1704 N. 10th Ave. Phone 207O. FOR RENT One large front room and kitchen complete for housekeeping. 10 W. Gregory St. FOR RENT Three completely furnished rooms; private bath; garage; all mod ern conveniences. 11 N. D St. 239 FOR RENT Two furnished apartments; bedroom, dining room, kitchenette, bath modern. Three blocks from San Carlos. 18 North Reus. Phone 861. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for men. 115 Mo. Baylen. Phone 1494. FOR RENT Large furnished room ad Joining bath. Modern conveniences. 16 West Gregory. Phone 1988. 256 FOR RENT Three connecting rooms and bath. Lights and phone. 1325 E. Jackson. Phone 2488. 255 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with pri vate family, at 313 N. Hayne street. Electric lights and bath. FOR RENT Five-room furnished apart ment. Will rent some rooms unfurnished. Phone 965. 817 N. Barcelona. FOR RENT Nicely furnished house keeping apartment, screened, electric lights, hot bath. Garage. 206 West Greg ory. FOR RENT One, two or three rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. South ern exposure. Hath and use of phone. Phone lWi or 742. FOR RENT Entire upper apartment, furnished or partly furnished. Electric lights, bath and phone. Family of two. Two blocks from car line. 1619 N. 14th Ave. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping apartment. 320 No. Barcelona. Phone 2385. FOR RENT Neat I v furnished apart ment. 810 E. Gadsden-st. Phone 1516. FOR RENT FRONT ROOM, BEAUTI FULLY FURNISHED, WITH USE OF TELEPHONE; BATH, HOT AND COLD WATER, LIGHTS, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED. CALL PHONE 2299. FOR RENT Two or three housekeeping rooms. 1401 E. Blount St. FOR RENT To adults only. Modern four-room furnished apartment. Ap ply C06 E. Jackson. Phone 1787. FOR RENT Housekeeping apartments. 214 W. Gregory St. FOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH, HOT AND COLD WATER, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, SOUTHERN EXPOSURE, IN DESIRABLE LOCALITY. TWO BLOCKS FROM CAR LINE. PHONE 218. FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms with kitchenette. Modern conveniences. 221 N. Barcelona. 519 FOH RENT Room adjoining bath. W. Oregorv. 214 FOR RENT Single rooms for light housekeeping. Now Is the time to get a cool, comfortable place for Ihe sum mer. All conveniences. 414 8. Alcaniz St. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping apartment, hot water, electric lights, screened, private entrance, half block from car line. 412 E. Cervantes. ROOMS FOR RENT Modern. Gregory street. 203 West FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. Hot and cold running water. 7 West Greg ory. FOR RENT Front room. 19 N. Spring St. LOST AND FOUND LOST Gold bar pin, set with green Btone, Sunday, on East Hill car. be tween car line and Day view park. Re ward will be paid finder. Phone 979 or 1J47. LOST Black jet brooch, pearl set with gold back, between Warfiold's and Pal afox street on Intendencia streets. Re ward. Finder phone 1795. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We lend money or Real Estate In the dty on short notice. Please state in application If you have an Abstract of Title to the property. Call and see nr THE WATSOM AOENCY. Inc. 7 South Palafox St. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARR HOUSE EAST CHASE STRPET. A Li, KINDS OF HAULING. VOUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY . Phone 710 TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICB AN f TuslCOMPAWV ISHe! I I KMOW IT WAS FAST AS I CAM AlU VI W i ISHER-BROW Write Burglar Insurance 918 PHONES 919 WANTED WE make newspaper and catalogue cuts from photographs or drawiners, at the right prices. The Service En graving Co.. Montgomery. Ala. WANTED Stoves repaired or all kinds. By S. R. Likes, Phone 1332. 829 E. DeLeon St. PHOTO PLAYS PHOTO PLAYS AND STORIES IN DEMAND. ANYONE IN TERESTED IN PRODUCTION OF MO TION PICTURES IN PENSACOLA, WRITE H. D. M., CARE JOURNAL. WANTED To rent five or six room house or flat unfurnished. Ring phone 962. WANTED Lady solicitors, pleasant work pood pay. Salary and commis sions, paper Mills Supplies Co., 363 Brent Building. DRESSMAKING HEMSTITCHING and picoting; fashion able dressmaking, also plain dressmak ing, done by Mrs. M. E. Adams, 307 N. Gulllemafde St., phone 1519. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS All water bills are now due and payable at the office of the Water Department, City Hall. A discount of 5 allowed on all bills paid on or before April 10th, 1921. All customers who have not paid their water bills before May 1st, are subject to have service discontinued with out further notice, and a penalty of $1.00 will be charged for turning on again. PENSACOLA WATER WORKS In the Court, of Record, of Escambia County, Florida In Chancery. M. E. Quina and Grace li. Quina, his wie, vs All parties claiming interests under James Hyde, dee d. and James B. Palmer, dee'd. or otherwise, in the property hereinafter described. It is ordered that all parties claiming lntrests under James Hyde, deceased, and James Ii. Falmer, deceased or other wise, in the real estate described as the east half of Block One Hundred and Seventv-two (172) of the Belmont and Clapp Tracts in the City of Pensacola, Escambia County, State of Florida said block being bounded on the north by Lee street, on the south by Lloyd street, and on the aest by Barcelona street, 'as per map of paid city copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson In 1906, are required to appear on Monday, the 4th day of July, A. D. 1921 to the bill of complaint here in. This order to be published once each week for twelve (12) weeks in The Pen sacola Journal, a newspaper published in the City of Pensacola in said county of Escambia. Done and ordered this 1st day of April, A. D. 1921. (Seal) J. I j. MAYO, Clerk of Court of Record of Escambia Countv. Florida. E. D. BEGGS, Sol. for Complainants. NOTICE. Bids for steel furniture will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, on the 19th day of April, A. D. 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. Description of furniture, etc., as fol lows: ... One (1) Roller Shelf Case, containing 51 roller shelves 0 In. by 4 1-2 in. by 14 In. Color, Olive Oreen, trimed in bronze finish, front and both ends. 5-2 Drawer vertical letter file sections (horizontal): All sections arranged to form single stack and set on sanitary base 6 in. high. Each drawer to have Yale paracentric key lock. Each section to have different lock. Sections to be marked to indicate Districts 1, 2, 3 4 and 5. To be finished In mahogany. Deliver ed at Pensacola. Fla. Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the board of county com missioners, Escambia county, Fla. Pensacola, Fla., March 81st 1921. L. S. GILMORE. (Seal) Chairman. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale made by the Honorable C. M. Jones, Judge of the Court of Record, Escambia County, Florida, In Chancery. In a cer tain cause in said Court pending where in Hays Motor Company, a corporation, Is complainant, and J. B. Taylor is de fendant, the undersigned will on Mon day, the 4th day of April. 1921. offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, In front of the County Court House door in Pensacola, Florida, be tween the hous of 11:00 A. M. and 2:00 P. M., the following described personal property, to-wit: One Hupmobile Auto mobile, Model N-62154. Bill of sale at cost of purchaser. D. W. BERRY, Special Master. L-Z . A II I IE 1 U ,.,l IP VWToWri. N - LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. I Sealed proposals for the erection of a nine-room ,two-6tory brick school build ing at Pensacola, Florida, will be re ceived at the office of A- S. Edwards, Superintendent, by the Board of Public Instruction for Escambia County, Flor ida, until 11 a. m. Saturday, April 16, A. D. 1921. Plans, specifications and full particulars can be obtained at the office of Walker D. Willis, Architect. 617 Blount Building, Pensacola, Fla. A de posit of $5.00 for each set of plans is re quired, which will be refunded upon re turn of plans and specifications in good condition. Cash or certified check on some Pensacola bank, or National bank, for 1 1-2 per cent of the amount of bid must accompany each bid, check to be made payable to the Board of Public Instruction for the Countv of Escam bia, State of Florida. Such cash and checks' will bo returned, except that of the successful bidder, which will be held until such bidder has satisfactorily executed the contract and given the bond required by the board. If the suc cessful bidder fails or refuses within ten days after notice of the acceptance of his bid to execute the contract or the bond, with sureties thereon satisfactory to and in the form and 'with the condi tions required by the . Board, said amount or said certified check will be forfeited and become the absolute propertv of the Board. The Board of Public Instruction reserves the right to reject any and all bids or parts thereof. A. S. EDWARDS, Supt. of Public Instruction for Escambia County, Florida. BRADSTREETS REPORTS TRADE HOLDING ITS OWN NEW YORK, April 1. Bradstreet's tommorrow will say: Reaction from before Easter activity and a widespread cold wave which later appeared to have damaged early fruit and vegetables but not. winter wheat have robed, the apparent ten dency toward moderate improvement of much of its uniformity, according to telegrams to Bradstreet's this week. On the whole, however, distributive trade seems to have fairly held its own, as has manufacture and indus try, gains in some lines of the latter offsetting losses elsewhere, whereas colections have again sagged after two weeka improvement. The irregu larity hitherto notetl in reports from diferent branches of trade and aree of country is still manifest to perhaps a more extreme degree, and general characterization is just as difficult as ever, except that it may be said that immediate need buying characterizes trade In spring goods, while fall buy ing, except in instances, noted in re cent weeks is done with caution ap proaching timidity. Weekly bank clearings, $5,453,373, 000. Political Announcements FOR CITY COMMISSIONER. John H. Cross announces as a can didate for city commissioner, subject to the action of the democratic primary of April 12, 1921, and asks your sup port and vote. JOHN H. CROSS. FOR CITY COMMISSIONER ' Charles II. Villar announces aa a candidate for city commissioner sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary of April 12, and solicits your vote and support. C. H. VILLAR. Take a B-ysnensla Tablet Before and Afte 4h&&4S3 loch Bleal. 25c Box. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. FOR HIRE AUTO BUS COMPANY For sightseeing, fishing, picnio parties, etc. Take bus from Cen tral Pharmacy to all ball games. Fare, 10c. H. A. BEARD, Phone 2278. Market Conditions The Latest Wire Reports on Cotton, Bonds, Stocks, Etc. IRREGULAR CLOSE IN STOCK MARKET Only in a Few Instances Was There Any Evidence of More than Pro fessional Trading. NEW YORK, April 1. In its salient and mora material characteristics, trading on the stock exchange today covered the ground made more or less familiar by recent confusing and wav ering tendencies, losses predominating at the irregular close. Shares of th same class frequently moved in opposite directions. Only in a few noteworthy instances was there any evidence of more than professional or speculative interest, many of the investment rails reflecting further ne glect. Trading was most active in the last hour when heavy selling of the Atlantic Gulf at a net loss of 6 1-2 points was the outstanding feature. The stock was freely offered on re ports that the company had failed In its negotiations to sell some of its oil holdings and tankers to the Mexican Petroleum company. Oils as a class were heavy through out, the so-called Doheny group react ing 1 to 3 points with General Asphalt, Texas company, Royal Dutch and oth ers of less prominence. Studebaker, Harvester, United Drug and .Laclede Gas at net gains of 1 to 5 1-2 points comprised the few ele ments of comparative strength. Lat est financial and industrial advices of fered no incentive for public partici pation. Time funds evidenced a firmer tone on less liberal offerings and labor conditions here and abroad became more involved or unsettled. London's market was depressed by the strike of the coal miners and the decision of the Manchester spinners to continue short time in mills using American cotton was not without ef fect on that staple in home markets. Dealings in foreign exchange were curtailed and rates on London and other European centers were inclined to ease The bond market was dull with price changes narrow in the main. Penn sylvania railway 6 1-2's made yet an other low record at 95 3-4. Liberty is- sues and foreign war flotations were somewhat mixed. Total sales, par value, $8,875,000. CONTINUAL SAG INN. O.COTTON Unfavorable Opinion of the British Labor Situation Causes Weak ness. NEW ORLEANS, April 1. After h flash of strength on the opening to day the cotton market fell off, under unfavorable opinion of the British la bor situation and continued to sag in a gradual way, showing its greatest weakness in the late trading, when it reached net declines of 31 to 3b stocks, 5,574. points, closing 31 to 34 down. May Rosin No offerings; sales, 577; re traded as low as 11.51 and closed at oeipts, 399; shipments, 227; stocks, 68,. its lowest. Heaviest selling was m - duced by a cablegram from a ship ping concern at London expressing the opinion that the coal strike would be of long duration. Momentarily on the first call the car months were 7 to 8 points higher in sympathy with a better market in Liverpool than due. After May touch ed 11.89, selling increased, and during the remainder of the session the mar ket got no real support from any quar ter. Telegrams from Fall River estimat ing the week's sales of print cloths at 70,000 pieces, against 200,000 last week, and Hester's figures on world takings of 137,000 bales of American cotton against 159,000 this week last year and 148,000 this week two "years, in crease the pressure against the mar ket. Weather conditions over the belt were considerbaly unfavorable be cause of rains and low temperatures and steadied the market at the de cline for a while. HELPED HER LITTLE GIRL Children need all their strength for growing. A lingering cold veakens them so that the system is open to at tack by more serious sickness. Mrs. Amanda Flint, Route 4, New Philadel phia, O., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my little girl of the worst tickling cough. I had tried many things and found nothing to help until I got Foley's Honey and Tar." Gives lm-1 mediate relief from distressing, rack- ( ing, tearing coughs. Sold everywhere.. Adv. I y.A SELING LIGHT THE PAST WEEK Cotton Trade for Past Week Has Been Evenly Divided With Prices Tending to Sag. NEW YORK, April 1. The atten tion of the cotton trade here has been pretty well divided between the less favorable news from abroad, and re ports from Washington that the ad ministration was considering measures for financing the distribution of sur plus cotton stocks during the past week. The result has been a much restricted volume of business with prices showing a tendency to sag off under scattering liquidation which be came a little more active during to day's trading. May contracts, which had sold at 12.83 toward the close of last month, broke below the 12-cent level this afternoon whea sentiment with reference to the duration of Brit ish labor troubles and European af fairs generally appear to be more un settled. Lancashire mills are supposed to have considerable coal on hand and it is believed that they can continue running on their present reduced schedules for some time, while private advices received from Liverpool this morning said that the beginning of the coal strike has been discounted. Liverpool was a. moderate seller here late yesterday, however, and local, brokers expressed doubt of any im provement In export business pending more settled labor and political condi tions abroad. Some southern selling has been reported during the week, but it has been comparatively light and the advance of Crop preparations with out any general increase in spot offer ings has helped to sustain prices In the face of the unfavorable situation abroad. There has been no change in the news regarding acreage prospects and a report published by a Chicago authority toward the end of the week pointed to a reduction of 12, 000, 000 acres in the area to be planted as compared with last year with a de crease of 70 per cent in the use of fer tilizers. The proposed conference be tween the war finance corporation and southern bankers on Monday has been regarded as likely to , result in some more definite plan for financing export business and Washington advices pub lished here during the week have inti mated that the department of com merce might be able to aid in the dis tribution of marketing of surplus sup plies. The goods market here has been somewhat less active since the holi days but Manchester reported improv Ing conditions there up to the begin ning of the coal strike. nuuxizsxtuauunxxuntt tt u It NAVAL STORES PENSACOLA Turpentine Firm. 50 l-2c; sales. 254; receipts, 103; shipments, 177; 1657. Quotations K, 3.60; II to B, 3.50. JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE, April 1. Turpen tine, steady, 52c; sales, 130; receipts, 145; shipments, 7; stock. 18,382. Rosin Firm; sales, 596; receipts, 275; shipments, 1; stock, 176,107. Quotations B, 3.$0; D to H. 3.60; I, 3.65; K, 3.75; M, N, 4.25; WIG, "WW, 5.00. SAVANNAH SAVANNAH, April 1. Turpentine Firm, 52 1-2; sales, 90; receipts, 51; shipments, 218; stock, 6,240. Rosin Firm, sales, , SO; receipts, 195; shipments, 1,708; stodk,,;66,141. Quotations B to I, 3.60; K, M, 3,60; N, 3.75; WO, 4.00; WW, 4.25. M en Wanted Three or four handy men who want steady and perma nent work at good pay. One used to concrete work. One on carpenter work. Also one or two capable men for other positions. Those who can invest about $200.00 in our company. It will pay you to see us at once. This is your chance. Office 363, Brent Building Pensacola. - t - At i c ncc Vi c: i : ve SOMTWJ I WAWT Do? LABOR SITUATION WEAKENS COTTON Vary Littla Southern Sailing After t!i First Hour and General Business Was Quiet. NEW YORK, April 1. The cottcn market made a fairly good showing during today's earlier session br.t weakened later owing to nervousness over British labor conditions. Liver pool selling and scattered liquidation. May deliveries sold off from 12.25 :o 11.87 and closed at 11. S9, with the ger -eral market closing easy at a net de cline of 25 to 36 points. The market opened steady at un changed prices to an advance of 11 points in response to relatively steaxt r Liverpool cables. There were reactior ... of several points right after the ca 1 under scattered southern selling, b t private cables from Liverpool state t that the beginning of the British co.,1 strike had been discounted and th market steadied up again later In the morning on covering for over th week-end. The action of the Llvrpo 1 market was evidently a disappoint ment to some recent sellers here wh! there was very little southern selling after the first half -"hour and general business so quiet that prices respond ed to comparatively small orders. 'i suport of consequence developed, how ever, and liquidation became ft lltt more active during the afternoon o -ing to the appearance of a few selling orders from Liverpool and hearts t week-end figures. July sold off from 12.74 to 12.40 an 1 October from 13.25 to 12.88 with the market closing at the lowest levels if the day and week. One of the Liver pool cables received this morning sal.! that Manchester was still improving but another stated that spinners ther had decided to continue on the show time schedule. , ' Further developments ected to depend largo1 thre are expected to deper on the labor situation and the com paratively small volume of busine-- here during the day was attributed ti the uncertainties in this respect. DAILY COTTON TABLE Port Movement Middling Receipts Stoc ': Xew Orleans ...11.50 Galveston 11.5" Mobile 10.15 Savannah 11. 75 1,067 5.970 1.010 965 69 133 2,604 702 80 13 403.54 ; 2s8,c 14.PT 163,3" 243.P" 27,42 , 7.90" 94.4!" ' 3,2." 6,4V 9.7-: 121,35: 2.C70 Charleston Wilmington .10. Texas City Norfolk 11.25 Baltimore Philadelphia ....12 25 Boston 12.25 New York 12.00 Minor ports .... Total today .. 11.704 1, 387.47'? Total for week.. S7.92S Total for season 4,943,049 Interior Movement Houston 10.90 7.160.363,811 Memphis 11.50 781 368,0b i Atlanta 11.00 Augusta 11.00 309 145,27j St. Louis 11.50 8,893 30,441 Little Rock 11.25 498 65,51 Total today 17,651 963,101 COTTONSEED OIL WEAK NEW YORK, April 1. Cottonseel oil broke 23 to 27 points under scat tered liquidation on the weak showin in other commodity markets, but ral lied a trifle near the close on covering. Closing prices were 16 to 25 net lower for leading months. Sales, 6,900 bai -rels. Prime crude, 400 sales; prim1? summer yellow, spot, 5.75; May, 6.1'"; July, 6.68; September, 7.05, all bid. GRAIN LOWEST OF SEASON CHICAGO, April 1. Every commod ity on the exchange fell to the lowett prices yet this season. Prospects of .t bumper yield of winter wheat wen largely responsible. Wheat closed heavy 3 1-2 to 51- t cents net lower. Corn lost 7-8 to 1-1 cent; oats, 13-8 to 1 3-4ffl 7-8 cent . and prov-isions 33 to 95 cents. SEA ISLAND COTTON SAVANNAH, April 1. Sea Island Fancy, 42; extra choice, 4042 choice, 40; extra fine, 38. Market du ' but steady; sales, 0; receipts, 2; ship ments, 0; stock, 1,339; crop in sigh:, 2.280. veVe Goiug To UAve pycx Foa DwmeR ao I WAWT VOO To CAfZVE IT i i