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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
o. 4 Will IMe You Easy Terms. Upon Any One (1) of the Following East Belmont Street Dwellings : No. 805, 6 Room Dwetllna, at No. 811, 4 Room Dwelling, at........ No. 813. S Room Dwelling, at ........ No. 822, 4 Room Dwell I ng, at Thev are convenient Railroad Shops; and any prices. See us for terms. IOOTON Of WATSOTV' 1 Th Rental Aenti" Y L Ji Blount Building Phone 54 JL N FOR RENT. EAST OF PALAFOX. Dwellings 41? IJ Gregory. 9 story, 7 worn ..$25.00 17 N. 7th Avenue. 1-story, 7 rooms IIS'Jk 908 IB. Gonzales. 6 room smoo 923 15. LaRua. 2-etory, rooms. .817.0O 319 E5. Romana. 1 story, rooms 1305 N. Davis, 2-story. 8 room.. $15.00 1401 E. DeSoto, 1 -story. B rooms.. $13.00 104 E. LaRua, J-story, 5 rooms... $15.00 , 805 1st. Alcania,-1-etory, 5 rooms. . $13.50 15 E. Belmont, S-etory. $ rooms $12.50 811 F!. Bolrnont, 1-story. 6 rooms 812.50 818 15. Wright, 4 rooms $12.50 1017 N. Davis. 1-story. 4 rooms-.$12.50 802 E. Belmont, 1-story. 4 rooms. $11.65 1027 Tij. LaRtia, 1-story. 6 rooms. S11.00 488 N. 11th At.. 4 rooms, 1-story $10.00 WEST OF fAUAFOX. Dwellings 21 N. Palafox, I story, S rooms $40.00 107 N. Spring. 1-ctory. 7 rooms 835.00 200 W. Romano. 3-story. 8 rooms $20-00 M N. Donaldson, 1-story. rooms 20.00 s r. Bayien. t-story, 5 rooms.. u.v US w. Government, 1-story. 8 room ....,....,..$17.50 Hotels t BOARDING HOUSES. 81$ IV ' Alrontr IT mnmt. near L. & N. depot ...$80.00 S. E. Corner Alcania and Zar- raroaa., 18 rooms $40.00 E. Wright street, near L. & N. depot. 82 rooms; modern; Inquire terma-Stores-m " 82 B. Wright ............... ....$40.00 1 w. cor. Komana and Devn- Hera "S-OO xv ana si k. o&raen iuu.mi 120 8. Palafox . $135.00 Stores, offices and halls for rent In all parts of the city. H OOTON & WATS ON , "THE RENTAL. AGEN S. unt Bunding. ' Phone 84, ROOMS AND BOARD. FOR RENT Connecting rooms oooh rletely furnished for light housekeeping-. Gas ranee, jrrtvllegre of bath, 110 . N. Alca.nlz street. Sept21m. FOR RENT Two connecting: rooms furniahed, 218 B. Government. Isep7t FOR RENT A autte of rooms, aouthern exposure. completely furnished for housekeeping. Adulta only. 23 "West Oresory street. Slaugtf FOR H.ENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1000 East DeSoto Btreet. Phone 1096. ' Slaug-St FOR RENT Nicely furnished upstairs front room, telephone, g:as and .'bat '4. 808 East Jackson street. Slauglw FOR RENT Rooms for lljrht houaekeep ln. Centrally located: running; water In kitchen; hot and cold hath. For terms etc., address "Roomers," cars Journal. 29aug-7t FOR RENT Two desirable south front rooms, suitable for Hrht housekelnr. Bath, aras, phone. Fine view, choicest residential location, convenient East Hill Hne. Fine for " couple, two business women or aehoolteaehere. Home,' care Journal- . 27au$r . WANTED Three or four -unfurnished rooms, or half of house, with private famlV I In walkinsr distance of business renter: west side preferred. Address Two Roomers, care Journal. 26auBTt : TO LET Klir Station, on the Bay Bhora. 4 large, airy, wa'l kept bed rooms, use of bath and , "phone; aea bathing: no children taken: ratals next door at Old Mm Inn. Address F. "W. S., T. O. Bote 335, Pensaoola, Fla. Phone 1811 , c 24aug7t FOR RKNT- Two connecting rooms, fur nished for light housekeeptng. 415 S. FTorlda Blanca. Pleasant for th sum mer. SlaugTt FOR R1CNT Nicely furnished and tm fumlid rooms, hot and cold bath, gas and phone. Apply 418 "W. Gregory street. 82aug21t FOR ' RENT One room, oompletely furnished for light housekeeping: gaa range, bath and phone. 301 "West Chase street. - 12aug FOR RENT. FOR RENT By family of two. three un furnished rooms, gas, bath and porches: good locsition, rent very reasonable. 822 N, Tth Avenue. 88aug7f FOR RENT HOTETj 2 rooms, 8-atory brick; modern, stea.ro. heat, pas and electricity: oall system. Every room an outaMe room. Icated upon main thor oughfare leading to and within one block or new Ij- ft N. fleont. Moderate rem. ATply to Rooten A Watson. 17hily BOATS FOR HIRE. FOR CHARTER Best equipped, most modern boat in this section. Electric lighta, pullman berths, running water, toilet, lavatory, modern galley, 400 -lb. lea box and full cruising outfit. We jnake tn to the outside Snapper banka. Prices rasonabt. Arirtrosa Box 635 or phona liH day time. 1010 evenings, and make arrangements early. llj'y SKIFFS FOR HlR&r-For use on Bayou Texar, Reasonable. Fine boating and fishing. Grtden street and Bayou Phone 549, Dick Bingham. 20auglra LAUNCHES FOR HIRE Day or night. Perry 4k Dunham. Magnolia street wharf. Phone 803 day. or 2039 at night. ' 8 June PIANOS, ETC. 1 TOUR PIANO can ba mude like new la tons, touch and looka by our three ex. rsrt piano builders and ease finishers. w priaea. and you "an pay by the week. .The Clutter Music House. llnov $1250.00 1250.00 1250-00 1350.00 to citv. car line, denot and one is a bargain at above FOR RENT. EAST OF PALAFOX Dwellings 806 E. Romana f?5'22 jvortn lotn Avenue 1510 E. Cervantes 25.0O 11S E. Komana 19 K Hhsu $20.00 $20.00 1524 K. Strong 1 COS North rv! $20.00 732 N. 8th Avenue 51I'S2 -21 E. LaRua JIO 119 E. Intendencia -fSS m s4 k nn i uavis .$15.00 49 E. Chase 61 E. Chase $15.00 427 E. Grpsrorv . . . $15.00 244- E. Intendencia ............. .$15.00 89S NT ti v,m ..... .. $15.00 1S1.7 East Strong .----3f 2l 821 N. 7th avenue 425 E. Gregory 112 1438 E. "Lloyd -2A1 i:20 E. Gonaalea. ......,,...12.B0 JT1 R, TLa Rua . - 22 817 N. 10th Avenue 51M2 1413 E. n.Roto ........... iao2 41$ N. G-Jillemarde , 208 N. !th avenue. .............-222 i 15 E. La Rua, J1 1024 E. Lee $10.00 915 N. Davis i. 810.00 1S10 E. "Bfilmont 9 00 101 S. 10th avenue.. $8.75 1212 N. 16th avenue $ 8.00 B18 E. Deleon ....,.-....$800 817 E. Strong ,.$8-00 WEST OF PALAFOX. Dwrrinos m 1304 N. Barcelona $50.00 118 W. Crevantes 8R0.00 115 W. Strong $40.00 2?2 N. Spring 838.00 116 W. Wright $30.00 809 N. Reus $17.50 Barrancas avenue and 1st street 12 si 24 S. Donelson $12.50 . 700 W. Intendentia .$12.00 429 W. Cervantes 1S : 01 1220 Wet Maenolia ....$12.00 521 W. Romana ...,........$11-65 909 W, Government $10.00 623 W. RnmiuuL . . .$10.00 7U w. .Mam ... 710 w. Main .$8.00 .$8.00 Shore and East Pensacola Heights, rang ing In rrice from 310 .to $20 ser month. The Fisher Real Estate Agency. "THE RENT COLLECTORS." PHONE 2051. WANTED. FURNISHED ROOMS Two or three rooms, furnished complete for light housekeeping: strictly first-class. F, A. James, San Carlos Hotel. 31aug2t WANTED Tour Automobile Repair Work am prepared to do first-clasa work, having best equipped ahop In city, at Mutual Motor Car Oarage, S. Bayien street. W. S. Hooten A Co. 29alw WANTED Good second-hand, light de livery or spring wagon; also harness. Give description and best price for cash. Address "Wagon." care Journal. 7t WANTED To buy or lease second hand hoisting engine, with or without boilers or pile driver eomp'ete. W. T. Smith's Sona Timber Company. Holt. Fla. . - 28aug7t WANTED You to watch the Fords go by. Simplv count 'em, . au2' BRTGGS & FOMISON Practical horse ehoers. . All work guaranteed; - yours solicited. 26 West Intendencia and 19 East Garden street. 3auglm WANTED Tou to get my price on auto mobile tops. I make a specialty on tops, cushions, slip covers, dust covers, etc Phone 923. 214 East Romana, street. W. E. Spltaer. mch26 WANTED TO KNOW why all dairymen, no matter what feed thev may try, almva fall back on Sucrene Dairy Ffed. TP. o. Mellen A Co. Phone 884. oct5tf WANTED Tour Job Printing and orders for Engraving of all kinds, calling cards, wedding Invitations, etc, MATES PRINTING CO.. 24 West Government ljuly WANTED Second-hand grain sacks in mtr nnuntttv bv F. S. Mellen & Co.. Pensacola, Fla. , Phone S34. 9June MONEY TO LOAN. FTIGH-CLASS SALARIES or WAGES purchased. Hall & Co. 1IH East Government St. Phona 1162. SSmch MONET Toaned on real aetata or personal property in the City of Pensacola at the legal rate of Interest. HALL CO., 16 EL Government street. Phone 1182. taep MONET loaned on dlamonda and hlgh clasa Jewelry at the legal rate of inter est. HATL 144 E Government STORAGE MOVING. BINGHAM TRANSFER COMT" A NT Phone 6$. Warehouse men. hauling, packing and atoring. 9feb MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO., Thor B Thersen. Prop., solicits all kind of moving and hauling. Furnitura packed for shipment. Furniture stored. Office phore $78 Depot phone 7A4 3un21tf PAINTING. Mrs. Laura da Russy Berry will on September. 1, open a studio for Instruc tion in oil painting. Persons desiring to study will kindly communicate with her aa soon as possible. Artists' supplies mav be ordered through Mrs. Berry. Present adltress, care Lieut. W. T. Boyd. Fort BaarSSxas. t J4aug2w FOR SALE, FOR SALE Household goods of all kinda. cheap, on- account of party leaving city. Apply 800 E. DeSoto, or phone 1630. 30aug7t FOR SALE Sorrel mare; top buggy: runabout buggy. Each can be bought separate. Quick sale desired. Gus. A. Soderlind. 308 W. Government.' Phond J024. - 2SaugTt FOR SALE One perfectly good modern gas stove and large Ice box. Phone 4- 27augtf FON SALE Victor Phonograph $26, and ten records $2.50; been used one month: cost $32.60 for machine, records cost $3.00; good bargain. Dan McDonald, De Funlak Springs. Fla. 28aug7t FOR RALE Mercantile business. In good West Florida town. Good cash trade all year. Churches and schools: healthy locality. A bargain. Address "Bargain. eare Journal. . 30aug6t FOR SALE-DWELLING, OUT HOUSES, STORE BUILDING, STOCK AND FIXTURES. ESCAMBIA COUNTY, ON L. & N, RAILROAD. - "78" CARE JOURNAL. 6au8C TO THE FARMERS The Brawner-Riera Co has lust received a large assort ment of wagon umbrellas. They are fine and they are cheap. Call for one. April 17 FOR SALE Well built, ' gentle, sound, medium aiaed black horse in good condition- L. W. Nelson, 403 Thiesen build ing. 26aug7t FOR SALE New 6 -room cottage, one half block from Bayview park, facing water, .wharf already constructed, bath room, city water, electric Hghts and piped for gas. . Apply F. M. Williams, Phone 896. 17auglm FOR SALE Eight-year-old gentle buggy mare, buggy and harness, $200; horse alone $175. Can be seen at Pou's stable. W. A. Beal, 127 W. Romana St TRUSSES Fitted by an expert. Relief and satisfaction guaranteed. Mall or ders have prompt attention. The Crystal Pharmacy. Brent Building. 13Julylyr CLEANLINESS for sale at The Empire. Phone 322 and get. our prices. SEEDS Landreths sold In Pensacola for 30 years, and other approved seed men's seeds. New crop. Jl The Crys tal Pharmacy. 6AU8T. FOR SALE 400,000 second-hand hard and soft brick and chimney bars. Apply 1314 E. Jackson street. Phone 183. 28a.ugl8t FOR SALE Fine young thoroughbred Jersey cow; five years old; very gentle; fine milker. A real nice , cow. T- W. Jones, Mi'ton, Fla. 28aug7t FOR SALS Two-story house corner 12th Avenue and Cervantes, the place with the oaks. Two baths; hot and cold water; gas, etc. A bargain. Marble. Phone 1317. 28auglm FOR SALE Full stock white French poodle dog (female), age 8 years price $10. W. W. Harrison, Harold, Fla. 28aung6t FOR SALE Five pool tables, one billiard table, and first-class soda water fountain. San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola. mug FOR SALE A desirable lot 46x125. in ' Maxent Tract elose to car line, good neighborhood. Cement sidewalk. Ad dress Real Estate, care Journal.. tosepl2 FRUIT AND PRODUCE wholesale, ship ped all over West Florida and Southern Alabama, F. O. B. buyer. J. C. Car ter, Pensacola. . Florida. Phona 924. myl8 All kinda Florida curios. Live and stuffed alligators. . Harts Mountain sing ing canaries and " goldfish. - Florida Cur io Store, Mrs. L. J. McChire, Prop.. 6 East Garden. . , 25apr FOR SALE Five lota in New City. Bargain If taken at once. Sidewalk In and paid for. Address "Lots," care Journal. 16aug. FOR SALE 10 acres with in 1-4 mile of Gonzalez Station,; $250.00; 3 sides fenced; good land. Fine lo cation. Fisher Barkdull Farm Agency, Phone 1300. 17aug. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE One 10 ton stiff leg der rick 35-foot mast, 58-foot boom, with bull wheel com plete. Practically new. One 45-foot pile driver frame, in first-class condi tion, suitable for use with steam hammer; also various other construction equip ment. Address all communica tion to P. O. Box 10, Pen sacola, Fla., or phone 803. SOaug AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS $25.00 a week for t hours work a day. A brand new hosiery proposition that beats them all. Write for terms and free samples if you mean business. Guaranteed Hosiery Co., 5124 Hopper street, Dayton, Ohio. 31a FURNITURE. FURNITURE and house furnishings on the Buy-now and Pay-Later Plan. Write, call or phone 1995. T. E. Williams & Co. 90 East Wright street. Jnl FURNITURE Repaired, re-flnlshed and anbolstered. Window - shades made to order. Mattresses renovated. B. BL Fair- child Co.. 38 E&zi Romana street. Phone 4S&. mcktf HELP WANTED. HELP WANTED Will pay reliable man or woman $12.50 to distribute 100 Free pkgs. Perfumed Borax Boap Powder among friends. No money required. Ward Borax Co,. 21S Institute, Chicago. Slauglt HELP WANTED MALE Railway Mail Clerks, Carriers, Wanted. Good payfine positions; pay for instruction after you receive position. Liberty In stitute, Dept. 85. Rochester. N. Y. 31a HELP WANTED Be a Trained Nurse, earn $25.00 weekly. Our students are Matrons of Hospitals. Free Booklet on Home Study. Rochester Nurses' Insti tute, 103 Rochester, N. T. 31aTASun WANTED Traveler: a beginner; salary; commission and expense money. Lib eral offer and agreement. J. E. Mc Brady. Chicago. Slaug AGENTS WANTED $60.00 per week. No Investment or experience fiecensary. Write for particurs. P. W. Goodman, President. 8S3 Regal Bldg., Chicago. 81a HELP WANTED. Tou can earn $100 monthly writing for newspaper and magazines; spare time. Experience un necessary. No canvassing. Particulars foF stamp. Empire Syndicate, 557, At lanta, Ga. 29aug7t WANTED Lumber grader for Interior grades to work In planing mill on night run. Must grade and trim lumber from one machine. State wages wanted. Ad dress"Grader," . Pensacola Journal. 28alw WANTED Non-union men; blacksmith, $4 day, 9 hours; ahipsmlth preferred; pattern makers, $3.60 day, 9 hours: machinists, $3.75 day, 9 hours. Steady work. Homo Industry Iron Works, Mobile, Ala. 25auglm WANTED Colored men prepare aa sleep ing car porters and train porters. If you wish position near Pensacola. write immediately. No experience necessary. Enclose - stamp. Inter Railway, eare Journal. 12auglm PENSACOLA MAIL CARRIERS, Postal Clerks, wanted. $65 to $100 month. Vacations. Pensacola examinations coming. Common education sufficient. Sample questions free. Franklin Insti tute, Dept. 57 F, Rochester, N. Y. to sepi WANTED First-class cook and an ex perienced housemaid, phone 383, The Old Mil! Inn. 21augtf LADIES WANTED Immediately to make dentifrice: steady home work, evenings; $12 weekly; no canvassing; ex cellent opportunity; strictly legitimate; Inclose stamp. Sterling Chemical Com pany, Chicago. 31aug WANTED To Exchange. EXCHANGE N. W. 1-4 Sections 28-84-22-4. 160 acres of sandy loam, yellow clay subsoil. Two-room house, sod stable, log chicken house. About 25 acres broken, balance hay land except 1 acres of willow shade, the rest all clear and rolling. All fenced; well 26 feet deep; 8 mies East of Huxley on G. T. Railroad, three and five miles to coal mines; three miles to school and church; one mile to store and postoffice. $800.00 - encumbrance; - equity - $1,600.00. Will exchange for small place improved or partly Improved, or will sell for $700.00 down and $700.00 In one year at 6 per cent. C. E. White Calgary, Alta, Canada. 21augl5t Live Stock and Poultry FOR SALE Jersey bull. In good condi tion, weight about 1.000 pounds; ago IVz years; can be seen at 16th avenue and Hatton street. For information phone 217. 23aug7t FOR SALE Pure Indian Runner drakes (fawn and white). C. L. Reichmuth. Pensacola, Fla., care Launch "Ruth." 27aug7t FOR SALE At a bargain, one pen barred Plymouth Rocks ; jone mala and nine females; lri prime condition for fall breeding. Wm. Tyler, cor. 14th avenue and 16th street. Phone 897. 26aug7t LOST AND FOUND. LOST In Pensacola, probably near the L. & N. depot, one lady's gold watch. Finder will ba liberally rewarded. Ad dress Miss Lucille Adams, Camp Walton, Fla. 31augl6t LOST Small account book, with several small accounts in it; between trestle on Bayou Texar and Peal Eagan Home. Reward if returned to H. C. Johnson. 2021 North 9th avenue. 29aug6t IF YOU do not patronize the Empire Laundry we both lose money. Phone 322. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMAN Experienced in any line to sell general trade in Florida. Unex celled specialty proposition. Commission contract. $35.00 weekly "for expenses. Continental Jewelry Co., 849-35 Conti nental Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 31a NURSING. ANYONE desiring my services win find me at Phone 1511 from 8 a. m., to 4 p. m., and after that Phone 1494. Jane Pitts, sick nurse. 29aug7t SECRET SOCIETIES. ORDER OF OWLS. Order of Owls. Pen f a o 1 a 1494. meets Ch a p te r each 2nd and 4th Friday n 1 g ft t at 7:80 o'clock at K. of P. L. W, NELSON. . JAS TV fTF!WHrr.TS Tea Secretary. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. I. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. L O. O. F.. meets every Thursday at 8:80 p. m in Ra fiord Hall, corner Bayien and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially invited H. J. BENNETT, G. LAMB RE C H T. ft. O. ORDER EASTERN STAR. Regular meeting of Florida Chapter, mo. e o. E. S Lodge, Sept. 2, at 7:30 p.m Tba degree of the Order will be conferred. Anniversary exercises. Visiting members cordi ally Invited. -MRS. TILLIE DENNARD, W. M. MSS. ELLA BEYER, Sec MISCELLANEOUS. Vhos Our men are experienced. Special rates on long-time storage. Car-load lots taken for distribution. Phono 1812. WATER-PROOF WAGON COVERS. Made of heavy duck and .rcughly waterproofed; in Brown and Black. 6x9$2.12 6x10 fi.S 7x9 $2.72 10x12 $4.02 . QAUTESEN MORRILL. Out. of town orders sell cited 16aug- SOAP Octagon and Ivory 10 bars for 25 cents with each cash purchase of j $1.00 every Monday. Other days 6 for 25 cents. The Crystal pharmacy. 8 Aug. BRIGGS & FOMTSON Practice horse shoers. All work aruaranteed: yours - solicited. 26 West Intendencja and 18 ! Sauglm I have a special machine to grind lawn j mowers. Prloee reasonable, satlsfae- j tion guaranteed. E. L. Herring, blacte- : srmin. 1 muomx. (ncenomcw ureoi Phone 92$. tolnov GENERAL ELECTRIC REPAIRING at reasonable prices. Electric supplies, etc. Agenta ffehwah Safes. BAROCO ft CO.. Phone 619. IS E. Garden St. 15feb TENTS AND TARPAULINS all sizes for sale or rent. Correspondence solic ited. A. H. MeLeod & Co., Manufactur er. 60414-6M Sautb Palafox. Phone 117$. 25feb EDUCATIONAL DEMENT PITMANIC SHORT HAND SCHOOL (8th year). Bookkeeping, stenography, touch typewriting, spelling, grammar, etc. Terms $6.00 per month. Miss Z. D. Adams, qualified teacher. Phone 1373. 411 West Gregory street. 27aug2w SPECIAL ATTENTION! Now is the time to enter our College. We adver tise only one system of shorthand, write only one system and teach only one system. The reason of this Is that we control the right in Florida to teach the famous Byrne Simplified Shorthand, the beet and most simplified system of shorthand now in use. This wonderful system of shorthand can be finished in one-third the time that it takes to finish the old ox-cart systems. Our six weeks' students can write short hand better than the majority of the so called 2x4 business college instructors. Do not take a course that you will be compelled to study until you are as old j as Methuselah before you can memorize j enough word-signs to write an ordinary j letter; just coma to us for the BEST. TEN DOLLARS discount to all entering ! on Monday, September 1. PENSACOLA j Monday, ' September 1. PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. J. G. Foster, Manager. Phone 837. 19-24 West' Garden-street,' opposite San Carlos Hotel. -. aug26tf j Follow the crowd to the Pensacola Commercial College. Best Business ! courses in the city under university 1 trained men as instructors. Phone 837. j P. O. Box 141. J. G. Foster, owner j THE PENSACOLA BUSINESS INSTI tute offers strong, practical courses in Bookkeeping, Shortnand Typewriting and the kindred subjects; also English and Mathematics. Competent teachers; rea sonable terms, day and night sessions. Bur Bids-., opposite street car transfer station. Wm. Tyler and B. A- Murphy. 25Ju PERSONAL. "WE DO KODAK FINISHING AND DO IT WELL." GET OUR PRICES. CLOVER STUDIO, MASONIC TEM PLE, PENSACOLA, FLA. 6augr DANCING. Prof, and Mrs. Henry Russell teach waltzing and two-stenclnsr s-ua.riintel. Gentelmen $7.50; ladies $5.00; lesson 75c. i 240 West Garden. Phone 707. Fancy dancing a specialty. 24augllt HOTELS. HOTEL ESCAMBIA. Florldatowa. on Escambia Bay. Good fishing, boating, bathing and hunting. Everything new and sanitary. Ratea $2 per day. Special weekly rata. Addresa Mrs. L P. Allred. Pace. Fla. lOJaa WANTED TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY 3ix or seven-room cottage on East Hill. Must be a bar gain. Address "Cottage," care Journal. 30aug6t POSITION WANTED. STENOGRAPHER Wants position: notary public. Plenty of experience; good references. APPy "E. G.," care of The Journal. Slauglm LEGAL NOTICE. In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida, In Chancery. Lorny White vs. Fanny White. On Monday, the 22nd day of September, A. D. 1913, the defendant. Fanny White, is rea:iired to appear to the biU filed against her t herein. This order to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished in said Escambia County. Jas. MacGibbon, Clerk Circuit Court. By Thos. A. Johnson, P. Pensacola, Fla., August 18th, 1913. 19augoaw4w NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is herby given that I will on Tuesday. September 23, at 1 o'clock, p. m., sell to the highest bidder for cash, one lot of household furniture, property of M. M. Lewey, stored in our warehouse, upon which no charges have been paid and said property will be sold to satisfy said claims for storage. Said sale to take place at the corner of Chase and Alcaniz streets in the city of Pensacola, Florida, at the ware house and storage rooms of the under signed. FERRIS WAREHOUSE & STORAGE CO., W. B. Ferris, Mgr. Sept2oaw4w ADVERTISEMENT. Sealed proposals for furnishing the City of Pen6acola during the fiscal year ending September 30, 1914. with approx imately 2,400 tons of steam coal for use of its Water Department, and approxi mately 80 tons of domestic lumj coal Good Corners Are Scarce Take a look at the southwest corner of Eighth avenue and Blount street, 80x110, and you will real ize that it is a bargain at $450 Fisher Real Estate Agency Private Branch Phone 2051. FISHER-BROWN Insurance Aaency. General Insurance. Agenta TMasen Building. Omc 2nd Floor. Phona 918, LEGAL NOTICE. for use in other departments of the City, will be received by the Board of Com missioners of said City up to 2 o'clock p. m., on the 15th day of September, 1913. Proposals to be addressed tc the Board of Commissioners jot the City of Pen sacola, and endorsed "Proposals for Coal." Instruction to bidders, specifications and blank forms of , proposals, contract and bond can be obtained by application to Adrian E. Langford, City Clerk. Board of Commleaionera, City of Pen. sacola, by A. GREENHUT, Mayor. Attest: A. E. LANGFORD, City Clerk. By G. J. HATTON, Deputy. 2Saug7t In Escambia County Circuit Court, J Ferguson vs. Randolph Ferguson. On Monday, the 10th day of October, A. D., 1913, the defendant, Randolph Ferguson, is required to appear to the bill filed against him herein. This order to be published onc each week for eight con secutive weeks In the Pensalola Journal, a newspaper published in said Escambia County. Jas MacGibbon, Clerk Cir cuit Court. By Thoa. A. Johnson, D. C. Pensacola, Fla., August 18th, 1913. 19augoaw8w. In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In Chancery. Ida M. Conley vs. William Conley. On Monday, the 15th day of September, A. D. 1918, the defendant, William Conley, is re quired to appear to the bill filed against him herein. - This order to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks 1n The Pensacola Journal, a news paper published In said Escambia county. Jas. Macgibbon, Clerk Circuit Court, by Thos. Johnson, D. C. Pensacola, Fla, Aug. 9, 1913. aug;12oaw4w CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, own ers nor consignees of the ss. Valdura will be responsible for debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. J. MclIORRAN, CapL Gulf Transit Co., Consignee. CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, owners nor consignees of the as. "Teresa" will be responsible jm for debts contracted by the crew of said vfhel. BUSSANICH. Captain. Gulf Transit Co., Consignees. In . Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida Will L. Moj'er, plain tiff, vs. B. A. Ard, defendant. Thv aaid de fendant is hereby notified of the institu tion of this auit and service of writs of garnishment therein, and that ha and all other Persons intereated ma Ttmiirttd to appear to the action on the 3rd day! of November, 1918. Jas. Macgibbon, ; i..ienc virru i l uoun, ny 'j nos. A. Jonnson, D. C. August 25th, 1913. aug26oaw2m NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Liverpool Cotton Liverpool, Sept. 1. Cotton spot mod erate business done; prices firm; Amer ican middling fair 7.63; good middling 7.35; middling 7.05; low middling 8.81; good ordinary 6.21; ordinary 6.87. Sales 10.000 bales. Including 8,00 American and 300 for speculation and ex port. Receipts 6,00 bales, all American. Futui-es closed flrrn. September-October 6.624; October-November- 6.59: November-December 6.54; December-January 6.54; January February 6.54H; February-March 6.fc5; March-April 6.66V4; April-May 6.56V4: May-June 6.57; June-July 6.65; July. August 6.53; August-September 6.45. STOCK OF COTTON. Liverpool, Sept. 1. The following the stock of cotton here: Bale American 897. Brazilian , 63, Egyptian 40, Peruvian , 31. West Indian 7, African 18, East Indian 12, LONDON MARKET QUIET. j London, Sept. 1 The stock market waa J quiet and steady. Mexicans were good features. American seetirLties had si good tone despite the New York bank statement. The market opened eteady. and about unchanged and later ad vanced. Closed steady with prices un changed to 15-8 higher. MANY AT CONVENTION. San Francisco, SeyL 1. Hundreds of delegates to the convention of the National Association of Letter Car rlers were given a thrill today when they saw their officers riding in an old fashioned stage coach, "held up" by motion picture "bandits." The spec tacle was staged in connection with a barbecue at a suburban resort. Tho postmen marched today In the labor parade. The Rent Collectors. BIHTY-SHfE 8 is EXTRA HEAVY DOCKET DISPOSH ED OF BY RECORDER, NINE TEEN OF DEFENDANTS BEING. DISCHARGED AND SIXTEEN 1 CASES CONTINUED. Ninety-seven caeca were docketed in the city court yesterday, and fines imposed amounted to $210. Two of the defendants were bound over to tho county, nineteen defendants were dis charged and sixteen caaea were con tinued. Fourteen of the cases were made against folka for a failure to properly look after their dogs, by pro curing a license tag for tho animala. Will Martin, white, an ex-soldier, charged with an attempt to rob a house In the lower part of, the city, waa bound over to the county. This la the man who was arrested under bu:U startling circumstances, more than half a dozen pistol shots having been fired at him. Frank Wright, the negro who went into the business of getting clothe from white and colored people to uo'.l, -with the understanding that fuml.i would ba handled on commission, wn the other defendant turned over to the county authorities. A Mrs. M. Pate, residing at 710 East Wright street, arreated for conducting an Indecent house, had a heavy pen alty suspended on condition that P moved from the neighborhood at once. Judge Welsh let her go on the promlne that she would vacate at once. PREMIER BORDEN WELCOMES LAWYERS Moat Distinguished Body of Man Ever Aaaembled In Canada Given Cordial Greeting. BT ASSOCIATED PRE.SS. Montreal, Quebec, Sept. J. Premier Borden opened the annual meeting of the American Bar Association today with an address welcoming the most distinguished body of men ever gathi ered in Canada. The leading Jurists of the United States are here almost without exception and besides then there are some of the moat prominent members of the bar in Canada, Eng land and Franca, The session of the bar association this morning was devoted to the ad dress of welcome by the Canadian prima minister, tha annual ivddress of the president of the association, de livered by Frank B. Kellogg of Kt. Paul, Minn., tho nomination and elec tion of new members and reports of officers. The event of the afternoon was tho delivery of an addresa by Viscount Haldane, lord high chancellor of Great Britain. Tho day' program concluded with the conferring of honorary de grees by McGlll University upon sonw distinguished "members of the legal profession. Premier Borden in his address of welcome made felicitous reference to the ties of commerce and friendship be-twen the United States and Canada. Jacob M. Dickinson, formr American secretary of war, who Introduced Mr. Borden, replied on behalf of the asso ciation. The address of President Kellogg, which followed, dealt with the "treaty making power" and discussed the con troversy aroused by the California antl-allen land law. Mr. Kellogg main tained the federal government has a right to make treaty regulations regu latimg tha atatua of foreign citizens within the states. Viscount Ilaldane; Chief Juatiro Edward Douglaa White, of the United Statea; Prima Minister Robfert L. Bor den of Cadada, Maltre F. La tori, Bat tonier L-'Ordre dea Avocats a la Cour de Paris. France; William H. Taft, ex president of the United State; Charles J. Doherty, mlniater of Justice and attorrey general of Canada; Jo seph H. Choate, ex-ambaasador from the United States to Great Britain; Elihu Root, ex-secretary of stale for the United States, and now United States senator from New York; Frank KeUogg, president of the association. , j Subscribe for The JournaL N CITY CAS