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THE PENSAC OLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1913.
0 I he jl'Omimal & Want Ad Way t I ' ' . .J.1JLIIH' l-.mi.li...... u. i..,. ll I 2 North Hill At Bargain Prices and Terms. $5,500.00. No. 9 W. DeSoto, the large 2-story 8 room modem 4 wfrolJ"g on car line. Paved etreet and public square. In the "2" delL priced residence section, close to business centre. $500.00 cashbalance, annual on eay monthly payments, with a) I paving paid. Lot 60x150. $7,500.00. The 2-story 7 room modem dwelling, comer Patafex and De Soto. Lot 70x155 with all paving paid. EASY TERM6. H OOTON & Blount Building; FOR RENT. EAST OF PA LA FOX. Dwellings . SOS N. Palafox. 3 utory. 9 rooms . .53750 270 East Gregory. 8 rooms zS'JX 23 E. Strong. 8 story, 9 rooms ..$30.00 319 N. Cuillemarde, 2 story. 11 rooms $30.00 412 E. Gregory, 2 story. 1 rooms. .$25.00 420 N. Hayne, 1 story. 6 rooms .$25.00 1414 East Strong. 1 story. 8 rooms $20.00 932 E. Strong 2 story. 8 rooms. . .$20.00 128 1-2 Eaat Government.. (up- stairs) $20- 3S N. Hayne, 1 story. 5 rooms .;$20.00 9t5 N. Giiillemarde. 1 story. 8 rooms ................. .S1S.OO 323 E. LaRua. 2 story. 8 rooms ..$17.00 3V E. Romans. 6 rooms f!5-52 4;" E. Gregory. 1. etory. 5 rooms. -$13.50 2 South lOtn avenue, l story. rooms ..... ..-..-.---.---- .$12.50 830 F. Belmont. 1 story. 4 rooms $12.90 830 E. Belmont. 1 story." 4 rooms $12.50 A 5 -room, -story dwelling at Brentwood $12.00 WEST OF PALAFOX. Dwetllnas 115 W. ' Zarragosa, '2 story. 8 trr ' rooms ....$5jCXJ A Bungalow, on the BayTShore $20.00 Stores P. E. Cor. Baylen and Garden ..$ 50.00 N. W. Cor. Romana and DeVll- llers 25j00 K. W. Cor. Baylen and Chase ..$37.50 28 E. Garden $13"5.00 78 and 82 E. Wright, (each) ..$f40.00 20 and 31 E. Garden $100.00 120 S. Palafox $135.00 Stores, offices and talis for rent In all parts of the city. HOOTON & WATSON, "THE RENTAL AGENTS." ' Blount Building. Phone 54. "O1? RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Five room house, with bath, at F!sherv1!le. 1 Large lot on bay shore. Rent very reasonable. Phone 4S1. may21wk FOR RENT Furnished oottse-e st TVt Bayou. $20.00 per month. Ring 1613. Imay4t FOR RENT A modern house, 8 rooms. 908 North Snrinsr street. Inquire box 212, city; aprfi FOR RENT Two-etorv brtck bul1c'ng. corner Chase and Ba.. len streets. F1t place for fruit stand or grocery. Living r-.oms uo st.ilrs See Hooton & Watson. 9tic WANTED. WANTED We went to remove your dd animals. Phone 710. Morvan'x Stable. . , 23apHmo WANTED If its monev you want. In-f vestlarate our second hand proposition, i Onirk - Latham Jewelers. .110 E. ( Wrirht street. apr201mo - i WANTED You to get my price on auto mobile tops. I make a specialty on tops cushion, slip eovers. dust covers, etc ' Phone 923. 214 East Romana sti-et. W.'E. Spitser. mch28 WANTED Too to save monev by b"Hng groceries at The Peoples Supply Store. Cash register tlofcets get valuable prem iums. Phone 978 Imch WANTED To mpnly your mITk De livered bv TMt, driver" in white uni forms Evervrhfng CLEAN Pensaeola Cream and Milk Depot Phone 154 2Sfeb WANTEDt Tort to save monev on gro eerv and market Mils We sell cheaper and for cash TT TT Market & Grocery: 214 East Wright Phone 1357 JSfeb WA NTFD SPRTNG GARDEN FRUIT PARLOR Fresh Western Meats. Sta ple end Fancy Groceries. Oysters In sea son, fresh fruits of all kinds. Free de livery. Phone 1788. 12feb WANTED Tenant for two-storv brick bufTd'ng comer Chase and Baylen. Fine locat'cn for fruit stand or grocery. Liv ing rooms up stairs. See Hooton & Wat son. Zmch WANTED TO KNOW Why all dairy men, no matter what feed they mat try, always fall back on Sucrene Dwlry Feed. F. S Mellon Co Phone SS4. oct5tf W A NTFD Your Job Printing and ordrs for Engraving of all kinds, caring cards, weeding tnvitatlons etc. MATE'S PRINTING CO.. 24 West Government. ljuly WANTED Second-hand grain sacks rn any quantity by F. S. Mellen & Co.. Pensacola, Fla Phone 334. 9June WANTED To rpair your wsteh promptly and ace ,-ately. "When Bt" starts em, they never stop " Will C. D'Tenderfer, 10 South Palafox. Pensa cola. Jfeb WANTED One thousand home owners and farmers, td plant fruit and nut earlng trees and ornamental trees. Write for our catalog and make an Investment that will grow. Alvin Japanese Nurrery Companv Mobile. Alabama 19dec WANTET Everybody to know that we have with us a first-class furniture re pairer and upholsterer. Samples shown n acnllcatlon TTwrr Furniture Co 90 SALESMEN WANTED. CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover Florida with staple line. High commissions .with $100.00 monthly advance. Perma nent position to right man. -Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich. 27apr Use "The Journal's Want Ad. Wav." Residences 2 WATSOM The Recital Atfent." I Phone 54 FOR RENT. EAST OF PALAFOX. Dwellings 214 East Zarragossa , 18th Street and 14th .$40.00 .$35.00 .$30.00 .$30.00 .$25.00 111 Esst Gregory I'll North 10th Avenue 118 E. Romana ......... 1019 E. Gadsden ...$25.00 XT . XT-UW ?05 f, Gadsden... ?Sr2i BH NT. Hayne St E. Chas .-. 22 no 33 E. Chase ...$20.00 Lloyd street and 15th avenue 119 East TntendenHa. H2 JX 106 East Tntendencla. fth Av.tt and Cervantes 22 N. 8th ave - T'?' 19 E. Lflma 422 E. Wright 411 E Government ...... 1304 F. CVrvnntes ...... 31 Esst Wrlrtt 1317 Fast Strong 1fi0 North 16th avenue . 4t v, Tntendencla ....... 808 TT. ffth Ave R9t North 7th svemie ... .$17.50 ...$15.00 ::$.oo .. ...$10 ' I......S100 M5.00 i no !1II.I..$12.5 1 s Y' ..$12.50 1220 E. Gonzales 130S N". 18th Ave. $12.60 ."R East UBm $12.o 'h Avenue and 17th Street Fnst Tnnnrfa 1fl OO '(tTnrti firs Avvn-nm 4 E. Be'mont $3 00 1 . . .......... a. 4 n I .I'li f IMflMffl . ... 118 F. Desoto - - $19.00 1408 E. Cervantes $10.00 WEST OF PALAFOX. Dweirtnas 08 North Sorlne ... $40.00 1"'? Virf, Ttoelona - 81S N'orth Sprlns; $35.00 FlhervTNe 'rr E" M".-"i nd ''"! 118 tV. Pomana $15.00 Ponth T and TWa!n f1.m 012 Wt B1nwwt 1? W e Tnt-nderrrda .... 809 N DeVTWers Vimnlta 'n w.t TTient- . . . "TV sr.- -vcnn-rv 3f1rt 5 TTTIT1er ......... 11t . TocTrvon 252 N. flr.r!nr ,19 n ; .$1?.!50 e. e 9 eon . B OO e. no ".$40.00 Several ri'e eottsews. FTborrlTie. Pv "lot r.d Fast Ts cols TTMr-hts. rang ing i- tvHo enm $10 to ?o r""" month. The Fisher "pal Estate Arencv. "THE RENT rot . CCTORS." PHONE 2051. HELP WANTED. WNTFT Cook. Amrty at once. 1724 East Ijh Rua street. May 3 W NTFD FTnerlenced aiijwn wottbm) for houTwork. Apply BIS Pla'n fmr corner Gadsden. 3may WANTED At once. good Apnlv 81 t NV Baylen. nonserlrl. ImaySt WANTED Stenographer for 1 or $ honrs each day. Apply 304 Thlesen building. Smay W 'v TED Dairv hnd: one who can MTlk. Apply J. W. Marble. Rrent. Fla: lmaylw WANTED A rood cook. Apply 520 NT. Palafox street. lmay WANTED Eight or ten -men wanted to clean bricks at "Dolores. Fla.., at 81.25 rer thonsand. Armlv office of McMillan Brick Co.. at Dolores. 30apr7t WANTED Good colored datrv milker. C. Gunter Elmore. 112 West Cervantes. 27apr MR. COLORED MAN Would you like a nice, stendy Income, without hard work?" Full "particulars, showing how. free. Applv "V. Cadres, Pythian Tern-pie. New Orleans. Ia. 27apr Be ambitions? Earn $40-8100 monthly writing for newspapers; experience un necessary; constant demand everywhere. Particulars free. Washington Press Bureau, Dept. 77. Washington, D. C. 27apr Either sex to earn $15 weekly address ing mailing circulars. Partiouars. cir culars. '"0c. T. Torjusen, Sta. B.. Mem phis Tenn. 27apr WANTED A-l saw mill machinist and blacksmith at once. Good wages to competent sober men. Blountstown Mfg. Con-many. 27aprl0t AGFNTS "Tragic Storv of America's Greatest Disaster." Flood. Wind and Fire. The bla-eest money maker agents ever had. $15. daily if you start now. Trge $1.00 book. 100 Illustrations. Out fit free. J. S. Zlegler Co., Chicago. AprlSlm GOVTTRNMENT JOBS Railway mail clerks, cltv carriers, postoffice clerks. Large salaries, short hours. Pensacola examinations coming. Specimen ques tions free. Franklin Irstitute. Dept. 57-C. Roofester. X. Y. tomayll" WANTED Ten first-lass salesmen. Must be of good appearance educe ted and willing to work. Apply at The South ern Loan & Real Estate Co. Pensacola. Fia. . $apl WANTED Bovs and girls to sen 24 vials nerfume at 10c each and eet one of our fine premiums free. Address Tavlors Specialtv Co.. Desk A, 20 O'Corner street. Montgomery. Ala. BaplSOt W A NTFD Bovs to sell The Journal An r'v Ci"enlt1on Dr.rtnrcent feb PIANOS, ETC. YOTJR PIANO can be made like new in tone, touch and looks by our three ex pert piano builders and case finishers Low prices, and you cars pay by the week. T dnttw Vrttf- Unn.. 14noV WANTED POSITION. POSITION WANTED By experienced stenographer either as stenographer or saleslady. Address 3 care jour- amizt" CHHEAP! CUUEAP2 CHEAP! BUT ONLY Dwelling cost .. . Ground worth Total value . ... Can be bought for ....... 7-room dwelling with bath, and all modem conveniences. Two lot. Pavement paid for. On Gadsden street comer. $1,000 less than It would coat today. "Do It Today Tomorrow Never Comes." Leslie E. Brooks Company (Incorporated.) REAL ESTATE Romana. Just West of Palafox. FISHER-BROWN Insurance Agency. General Insurance. Agents Thlesen Building. Office 2nd Floor. Phone 918. ROOMS AND BOARD. FOR RENT Two or three connecting rooms furnished or unfurnished. Gas range and bath. 110 N. Alcanlz street. m31mo WANTED Two rooms furnished for llg-ht housekeepln)?. Must be mod ern. Iady and gentleman. Address 43. care Journal. 2ma2t FOR RENT Nicety furnished sleeping room with bath. Low rate for sum mer. Three blocks west of San Qarlos hotel. 18 N". Reus. Telephone 854. 2may FURNISHED ROOM Tro furnished rooms for rent to gentlemen. One block from Palafox street. 210 E. In tendencta street. 2wa7t FOR RENT Intent housekeeping rooms on Bavou Texar. Electric light and bath. Mrs, Alice Shear, corner 19th and La Rua, ImayVt FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms connecting or separate, gas. bath and use of 'phone. Two blocks from San Carlos. 119 West Chase. NEWLY furnished room second door from Palafox. 16 W. Gregory St. I 30apr FOR RENT An elegant front room. also a suite furnished for housekeep ing. 23 West Gregory street. 29apltf ROOMS For light house-keeping, cen trally located. Apply 401 West Chase, or Phone 1988. 22apl2w- ROOMS FOR RENT Two large front v-t 1 - 4. -1 rooms aajoinin dbx n. Dmpieieu 1 Z v.f K 1fa-K KoncoVoAriln r Clam ft Tin phone. 60 E. Chase. Phone 1129. 24ap. ROOMS Three blocks from San Carlos; newly furnlsned rooms; tnorougmy clean and comfortable. Refined surround ings. 412 West cjaraen street. ziapuw- TWO FTJRNISHED ROOMS for Heht TtonseVoerilnE' All conveniences. No. 1000 East De Soto street. Phone 10f6. soaput ONE FTJRNISHED ROOM For rent to gentleman. 423 West Gregory, rnone 195S. Aprl3. TPT- tfVVr T.oT-o-m front room Will .4-v. 1 J 4 .AO -KT AVant ! street corner of Alcaniz and Chase Phone 1805. . 12apr.lm PERSONAL. WORK WANTED bv first-class wash woman and curtain stretcher. All work guaranteed. Phone 1261. 29apllw ASTROLOGER, foretells future, business, love, troubles, etc., birth date. 6c stamps my predictions come true. Prof. Gibbs. East Peoria. 111. 27apr COMPETENT ENGINEERS, members of the National Association of Stationary Engineers, can be supplied by applying to J. J. Bowes. Jr.. at the Gulf Ma chine Works. lOapl AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES The recent great flood herff brought a heavy loss upon us and ' to quickly raise money we otter all of ; our fine guaranteed tires and tubes at sacrifice salvage prices: 28x3, $7.60: 80x3 $.10; 30x3 1-2 $10.60; 32x3 1-2, $12.40; i 33x4, $16.50. 34x4. $16.80; 3ex4. $18.60: i 36x4 1-2. $21.90: 37x5. $24.65. Every other sise tire and tube in stock. All new, high quality, wrapped tread, guar anteed tires. Name cannot be adver tised because of cut price. None were j touched by fire or water. Order for two j or more sent prepaid. Further partlc- j ulars given. Order now while they last. Central Mfg. Co,.Dayton. Ohio. 2Sapl , SECRET SOCIETIES. F. & A. M. Regular communication of Es i cambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M. Vby Monday, May 6th at 7:80 p. m. -v Visiting brothers fraternally in- vited. A. R. HOFFMAN, W- M. W. F. BIGGS. Secy. ORDER EASTERN STAR. Regular meeting or Flor ida Chapter No. 9. O. E. 3. Tuesday. May 6th. at 8 p. Visiting members cor dis l!y invited. MRS. TILT.TE DENNARD. MRS. ELLA BEYER, Secy. ORDER OF OWLS. Order of Owls. Pen- a o o 1 a 1494. meets Chapter each 2nd and 4th F r i d a v night at 7:30 o'clock at K. of P. hall. L. W. NELSON. JAS. T. GERELDS, , Pres Secretary. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, I. O. O. F. Pensacola Ledge, No. 4. I. O. O. F meets every Thursday at 8:00 p. nv. In Rafford Hail, corner Baylen and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially invited. W. a ABBOTT, ' CL LAMBRECHT, N. a R. S. IN PRICE. ... . . .....$3,500.00 1,500.00 . .$5,000.00 . . 4,000.00 AND INSURANCE. Pensaeofa, Fta. FLORIDA FARM LAND. FOR SALE Woodboro Farms, Holmes county. West Florida, prices low. .erms to suit everybody. Agents want ed. Write for literature. Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co.. Corn Exchange Bank Bldg., Chicago. 27apr FOR SALE. FOR SALE 500 acres good farm lands 7 miles from Pensacola. Cheap at quick sale. " Address Land Bargain care Jour nal. 3m7t LILIES LILTES LILIES Extra fine. Easter Lilies. $1.00 per dozen. CM BOO West Romana, or phone 1186. ma3,3t FOR SALE Gasoline launch. 45 ft. over all; 25 h. p.. 3' cylinder engine. First cost over $2,000. Will sell for $1,100. For particulars address ApalachicolA Corporation. Apalachicola. Fla. ImaJSt FOR SALE At a bargain, white barber shop doing good business. Located at 522 N. DeViniers. Apply 3 East Greg ory St. 30apr7t FOR SALE OR RENT Modern 2-story house. Cor. E and Moreno. Address N. G. Daniel, contractor and builder. Phone 1126. 29apllm Easter lilies for sale at 718 West Gar den street. Phone 1395. 2ma7t FOR SALE Large, well-trained goat. Works single or double. Yellow and white in color and has long horns. For particulars apply Johnnie Elliott, South ern State? Business College, Pensacola. Fla. 27ap FOR SALE Small acreage, improved; suitable for chickens, truck and dairy ing. $2,000. Best locality, close in. Ten year terms if wanted. J. C. Crowson. city. 27apr7t SECOND HAND modern Soda Fountain in working order; cheap. Also splen did top, carbonator and supplies. Ad dress "snap" care Journal. 27apr FOR SALE Plant of Taylor County Banner, Perry, Fla., 5-col quarto hand press outfit. John Harris. St.. George. Ga. 27apr FOR SAIS Carload of saddle and work horses at 120 W. Intendencla street. Phone 613 or 1097. Geo. W. Turton. Jr. 26apr FOR SALE Sheep at $2.75 before and $2.50 after shearing. Apply L Blomeley 720 W. Government street, Pensacola. 25apr2w All kinds Florida curios. Live and stuffed alligators. Hartz Mountain sing ing canaries and goldfish. Florida Cur io Store, Mrs. L. J. McClure, Prop.. 6 East Garden. 25apr FOR SALE. CHEAP A Whitman large grccerv refrigerator in good oondi tion. $25.00. Apply Sol Cahn & Co. 24apr CHTFFOROBE New solid oak Cost $45. Will take half price. Address "New." Pensacola Journal. 24apr FOR SALE Blue Flame oil stove, cheap. 112 E. Wright street. aplZOlmo PURE MILK 35 cents gallon, 10 cents quart, delivered direct from dairy to customer. No middle men. E. W. Stephenson, Phone 1652. Apr20 TO THE FARMERS The Brawner-Rlera Co has Just received a large assort ment of wagon umbrellas. They are fine and they are cheap. Call for one. April 17 FOR SALE Hair cut IF cents, shave 10 cents. Shampoo 15 cents. singe 15 cents, masage 15 cents. Flllingim Bar ber Shop, 104 East Wright street. 16apr FOR SALE The Fisher Barkdull Farm Agency is best equipped to supply your wants. Phone 1300. 17apr BABCOCK BUGGIES IN STOCK Safes. Pitkin Paints; "Powdrpaint" Paint without Oil. etc. W. R. Johnson Co.. Baylen and Romana streets. Phone 346. 6apl FOR SALE Pure milk in sterilized bot tles, delivered by white drivers in white uniforms. Evervthing clean and sani tary. Pensacola Cream and Milk Depot Phone 154. feb28 FOR SALE Horse and top wagon. Ap ply 218 East Wright street. 23mch TRUSSES Fitted by an expert. Relief and satisfaction guaranteed. Mall or ders have prompt attention. The Crystal Pharmacy. Brent Building. 13Julylyr FOR SALE Groceries at reasonable prices. Cash register receipts get fine premiums. Peoples' Supply Store. Phone 973. 2mch CLEANLINESS for sale at The Empire. Phone 322 and get our prices. FOR BALE Nice dr stove wood: trim mings from kiln-dried lumber $1.M a load: J4 00 a cord. Stearns Lbr. A Export Co.. Phone 1313. STORAGE MOVING. BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY Phone 63. Warehouse men. hauling, packing and storing. Sfeb MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Thor B. Thorsen Prop., solicits aTJ kinds of moving and hauling. Furniture packed for shipment. Furniture stored. Office phone 978 Depot phone 704 June21tf Read The Journal's Want Ads and Profit thereby. IDEAL LOCATION . AND HOME. $4,500 No. 1911 North 10th averme. on East Hin car line. 2-story, 8 rooms, large barn, corner lot, 1S7 feet 6 Inches by 190 feet, beautiful shade. In the same block with Capt. Beyer's beauti ful place. $1,000 Cash Balance to suit you, or will trade for other property. Ifs worth more look at It, L. S. BROWN 527 Candler Bldg. Atlanta, Ga., FOR SALE HOMES. FOR SALE One nine-room dwenin and store room combined. Stock General merchandise: five acres land; three in fruit. Address Mrs. W. Philip Hardin. Cottage Hill, Fla. 4mch FOR SALE. A model home, practically new. with 3 or 9 lots, block 78. New City Apply to Jas McHujh, 13oct FOR SALE Very desirable East Gadsden street two-story residence. Modern im provements. Corner lot. 80x1 87H. One block from car line. Owner anxious to sell. Rare bargain. Call at 1102 East Gadsden trt. or r.hrne 2R5 15feb REAL ESTATE CITY. 82F0.00 CASH buys two choice lots In East Pensacola Heights, block 77; near car line. A bargain. Address "800." care Journal. 16mch Live Stock and Poultry A good pasture for your stock at the "Wright Place" near OouMlng. $2.00 r mo.-th. W. M. Skinner, R. F. D. No. 1. Box 14. 27apr7t FOR SALE Pure bred Collie puppies Cfemales $5.00 each. The most in telligent dog. and effeetionate with chil dren. Mrs. Emma Murphy. Laurel Hill. Fla. Route 2. 3myl6t Oonkeys Roup Remedy. White Diar rhea Remedy and Lioe Powder are al wavs kept on hand bv successful poultry raisers, because of their known value. Sold on a money-back guarantee bv F. S. Mellen Co.. also E. B. Hoffman & Son. 26arwl4t THE SEAL OF APROVAL was officially stamped upon the quality of our Rhode Island Reds when the judges awarded them fist, third, fourth and fifth pen "rises at the Pensacola Interstate Fair Ftres for hatching. $1.50 per 15; from Mrds carefullv mated. Phone 1885 Reese's Poultry Yards. 23mch FOR SALE Pure breed Indian Runner Duck Eergs. $1.5 per dozen; also Light Brahma Chicken Eggs. $1.00 per setting. Good winter layers. Samantha Roberts. Independent Poultry Farm. Warrington. Fla. 19mch26t AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS $10 dally can be earned by everybody- undertaking an easy agency as an extra: expert knowledge unneces sary. Write to A. Steenken. Amster dam, Holland, Postage 5o. 27apr AGENTS $24 a week; new patented. automatic curry comb. Takes Just half as long to clean a horse. No clog ging with hair and dirt. Big demand. Big profits. Free sample to workers. Auto Comb Co. 8724 Penn building, Dayton, Ohio. 87apr LOST and FOUND. IF YOU do not patronize the Empire Laundry we both 'oe monev, Phone 322. LOST Bunch of keys with cork screw attached. Finder please return to C. H. Turner Construction Co. 8m3t LOST 1 Mead Bicycle, Ranger coaster brake new wheel, head enameled red. balance black- stock model 12,124. Ta ken from Y. M. C. A. yard on evening May 1. Liberal reward for return of same to LltUe Bayou, Route 8. Wirt S. Myers. Jr.. Smlwk FOUND Note book containing te-x re ceipts made out to Michael Collins. PenfleM, 111. Owner can get same at this office by paying for adv. 3roy3t LOST Little girl's plain gold bracelet. Lost on North Hill, probably on Bay len between Cervantee and Oonzales. Reward for return to J. S. Reeee. 2ma3t LOST Dog, two hounds, one male and one female, color dark brown. Long ears and nose, about 18 and 22 inches high, one one-half ' and one three-quarters grown. Liberal reward will be paid for return to 911 North Spring street. Imay5t LOST Silk parasol, with inttals "O. E. B " on handle. Blue with black silk border. Left in post office Wednesday. Finder please return to 1313 North Al caniz street. Imay3t MONEY TO LOAN. HIGH-CLASS SALARIES or WAGES purchased. Hall & Co. 1H East Government St. Phone 1162. 28mch MONEY loaned on real estate or personal property in the City of Pensacola at the legal rate of interest. HALL ft CO., 16H E. Government street. Phone 1162. 8sep MONEY loaned on diamonds and high class Jewelry at the legal rate of inter est. HALL & CO.. 164 E. Government street Phone 1162. 3sep MONEY TO LOAN to buy homes. bulM homes, improve property and pay off mortgages on real estate; giving the bor rower 11V4 years' time in which to return the loan In email monthlv payments Just like paying rent. Interest. 4. For further information and full particulars, address or call at The Southern Loan Real Estate Companv. 904 American National Bank Bldg., Pensacola. Fla. 9apl CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, owners r nor consignees of the British l,fi-5Ja.5teamshii Vittoria will be re sponsible ror aeDis contracted bv the crew of said vesseL P. SMITH. Captain. GULF STATES SHIPPING CO.. Consignee. a 17 jr aa A Beautiful Home Site Cheap Three lots on southwest corner Gonzalez street and 17th avenue, facing Toledo Square, within one block of car line. Fisher Real Estate Agency The Rent Collectors. Private Branch Phone 2061. MISCELLANEOUS. I have a special machine to grind lawn mowers. Prices reasonable, satisfac tion guaranteed. E. L. Herring, black smith. 214 East Intendencla street Phone 928. tolnov 'Made In Pensacola." Gonzalez Cowfeed- A perfectly balanced ra tion that will increase your cow's milk. Manufactured by The M. F. Gonzalez Co., Phone 28. 12ap GARDENS PLTAVTn All persons want ing garden plowed up rlnsr 781 sfter seven o'clock p. m. A. J. WatMns. mch YOUR CASH REGISTER RFCFTPTf et valuable premiums at The Peoples' Sup ply Store. Phone 973. for groceries. Rea sonably priced. 2mch SCOTCH WOOLEN rTT-Lpfin1ts made to yottr measure. $15 nd up. Work manship and ft maranteed. C. Abt 16 East Garden street. Imch H TT M T TTFT GROTFT? Y '1 4 E Wright street, sells for cash- and sells cheaper than others. Try us. Phon 135T. 23feb F. W. TONES. JEWELER Cash or credit. Repairing csrefnirv and promoflv done. 108 North Palsfox street. 22feb GENER A L ELECTRIC Rv-TMTRTNG at reasonable prices. Electric mnnlies. etc. Agent flchwsb sfs. RAHOOO CO.. Phone 619. HE. Garden St. 15fb TENTS AND TARP4ULTXS .TI slsee for sale or rent. Corresrondmc solic ited. A. H. McLeod Co. Manufactnr f. 6044-608 South Palafox Phone 1178. 25feb FOR SALE FARMS. FOR SALE Borne of the best farming lands In Escambia County- Improved and unimproved. Prices right: terms reasonable. Address A. E. Hlnman. Century. Fla. S4mch LEGAL NOTICE. CALL FOR PRIMARIES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN', that the City Democratic Executive Commit tee of the City of Pensacola. hereby calls and provides for the holding of a Dem ocratic primary election to be held In said city on Tuesday. May 6th, 1913, at the usual polling places therein, during the hours between 8 o'clock, a. m.. and sundown, for the nomination of Demo cratic candidates to bo voted for . at the municipal election on June 2nd. 1913, for the following city officers: Three Commissioners. Five members of the Cltv Democratic Executive Committee, one of whom shall be elected at large, and one from each precinct. A candidate who receives a majority of all votes cast for any office herein i designated, shall be declared the nom ine,, of the Democratic party for that office. A second primary election shall be heM on Monday, May 12th, 1918. during the same hours, to choose between the requi site number of candidates receiving the greatest number of votes, but less than a majority, cast In the first primary. Those and only those persons, shall be permitted to become candidate be fore, or to vote at. or participate In the management of said primary, who are white democratic electors, who are. by the laws of the state, lawful electors of the precincts In which they offer to vote, as shown by the registration books of the Supervisor of Registration of the city of Pensacola. Florida, who have paid their poll taxes legally due for the years 1911-1912 not less than ten days before May 6th, 1913, and who shall, when challenged by any elector pledge in writing upon oath, before an inspector, his honor to abide by and supoort the result of such primary and to vote for ;the nominees thereof. No qualified elector to any said pre cinct shall be allowed to vote In any election district therein, other than the one in which he is registered, and re sides, and shown by registration books aforesaid. Each person desiring to have his name printed on the official ballot to be used in said primary es a candidate for any of said offices, shall file with the Sec retary. Joseph V. RIera. of the City Com mittee, on or before noon hour. 12 M.. on the 2Gth day of April. 1913, his no tice of candldacv and annlicetlon in writing to l.ave his name so printed upon I a Dianx to ie rurnisned Py the chair man and shall also, on or before said time, pay to the Secretary of said Com mittee, the amount of the assessment hereinafter 7-rovlded. The assest-ment fixed by this Commit tee, and which persons desiring to be candidates ere required to pay to the secretary of this committee are as fol lows: Each candidate for City Com mis loner, $30.00. All candidates for offices enumerated In this call shall be voted for by the duly qualified white Democratic vot era in every election district In the City of P-ns&coIa, exceit the Precinct mem bers of the City Democratic Committee shall be voted for orly by the voters of the precinct respectively, that they are candidates to rfpref-t-nt. said primary itetion shall be held and conducted in accordance with the primarv electlor. laws of the State of Florida. The voting shall be by ballot prepared and used in accordance with the fota-". election laws, and shall be printed, an'! distributed rnder the direction of thr Citv Democ: atic Executive Commit tee. The names of all candidates shall be printed on the ballot alphaoetically all in conformity with the law govern ing elections. The Inspectors and clerks of election to conduct the primary election to be held Tuesday. 6th of May, 1913. will be LEGAL NOTICE. appointed by this Committee at a meet ing to be held for that purpose In City Hall. April 28. 1913. All candidates are Invited and earnest ly requested to attend this meeting. This committee will meet on the 7th day of May. 1913, to publicly canvass the returns and declare the results of the election of May 6th. and decide In what cases a second primary shall be held. Each candidate for ofTlce being voted for shall have the right to place one watcher at the polls, who shall be en- V titled to be present during all the time that the polls are open to challenge the voters and also to witness the counting of ihe votes and certifying of the result after the polls are clod. All ballots, poll lists, tally sheets and returns and other records of the election shall be preserved by the City Democrat ic Committee. W- C. JONES. Chairman. JOS. V. RTERA. Secretary. Pensacola, Fla. 4-t-oew-2t REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR CITY ELECTION. In acordance with Section 2. Chapter 6633, Laws of Florida, the office of the Cltv Registration Officer will be opened at the County Court House Annex. May 2nd. 1913. and be kept open for 10 con secutive days (excepting Sundays) from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from 8 p. m. to 6 p. m. for the purpose of registering sll persons applying who possess qualifica tions of electors of said City, and de sire to vote' at the general City Election to be held in Jane. 1918. FRANK MAURA, Registration Officer. may2!lt In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In Chancery. T. J. Vinson vs. Douglass De Vaughn. King De Vaughn. Amos De Vaughn. Herman De Vaughn. Eddie De Vaughn. Reginald De Vaughn. Annie De Vaughn, Julius 4 De Vaughn and Annie 8. Herringtoii. On Monday, the 2th day of May. A. r. 1913, the defendants. Douglass De Vaughn. King De Vaughn, Amos De Vaughn. Herman De Vaughn. Eddie De Vaughn. 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