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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
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artesian wells.
v WEU.S "tvin put in well 2
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-ar-'.i,.' w til Co.. Cottondale. Fla.
'lc-' June2Stt
LOST AND FOUND.
TT .-v--Monday night. Oct. 27. from In
T.' of No. 227 East Intendencla street
I?"," vvcls. Crescent make, color black,
:,',;.c' vasket attached and coaster
Tt':m to above number and re
nd re j
8oct3t ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
F-nKXCJI MARKET 106
East
str-ret. Just open; everything-
. - j rtt-Hurv fresh meats Pnnec.
.tit, &vm ... e,..v.. .
aT)rj vf,en':o. . ov. ijuir
,'r" WIT T. DVP fnr irn !
r. v yuu'lFOR SALE At half-nrice. twenty ft.
Phone b- ueLyUxe lail-
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diiwi-j - !
nrt I ' , 1 1 I . I .mini .1NM
rents 5U1IS reiineu; reuveu.
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All work guaranteed. i
PKVSACOTA Manufacturing Co.
'aVs ifh. doors and cabinet work, :
Wir.iw ana ooor iraraes, m Aicanis
treft Fnone zseptimo'
WE SELL evervthingf for
'v - w
verv automoDiie. oquqre
r..1 A,irr. Pn Zlau?
TRTHnP WOST. Mineral TMrectors. (
r.hnms, oflc- 39. residence 55. Open
. p ' r'i tqCt
.IL T ,
I HAVE a srtiClAt. MACH1N k to grind
Iaw- mcwers. Prices reasonable, sat-
''a-tiiTi B-uaranteed E L. Herring. 14
t Intrriienrfa Phone B23 tolnov
fl-onn All krnn-s. for stov or fire place,
Pellvred. Plione BOB Hyer Fiel Co.,
cm Sarrancae
Arenue and Garden
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4apr
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TREES AND PLANTS.
v.vpt PnmrprnnatP1;. Tannn
r ersiiiimonb t,r,,i Rh
"ros. T. F. Westmark. Phone 41P.
U East Garden. Pensacola. Fla. octlfitf
TRTTR O. W. HINSEY. Mgr.. Chipola ; 1
.. rWT ftJfn'w r,. T,V(;
i Grown BU''dea Orange. Grape fruit
i.i...imi. wi T4r,'
I7June
sas9 1
WANTED TO BUY.
'Ti wr-c-rx k.,w . yi n
r'-"""-'-'
?very-day horse. Give full description. !
and price. Address "X." caw The:" fmm 'peach
eumal.
22octlCt'
VANTED To Buy residence close In.
State price and location. Box 88. Chlp-
y. Fla, 18octl2t
PERSONAL.
Southern Lady, 25; worth $12,000;
would marry. H-Box 35. Toledo
fyeague. Toledo, Ohio. 25 oct
SEEDS and NURSERIES
CHIPOLA NURSERY Stock groTrn from
Weit Florida seed and relec-teO West
lorlda Budwocd Is the hardiest. Write
.. ... ..... j . -- I
T.juno ; 2
Live Stock and Poultry.
OR BALE Fresh 2 gallon cow, age !
three vears. PHce $50.00. IL P Fer-
Box 81. City. 20octtf
HALE At a bargain, 20 head choice i
iry cows in all stages of milk. A1-
!reB "DnJry," care of Journal. 29oct7t"
BRUNO'S 55 per cent Meat Scraps: j
nuriing's Bone Meal for chickens and i
rttltzr. Granulated Bone for chickens. I
Vhat and poultry supplies. Pensacola i
! Company. octl6tf
PALMISTRY.
"4ADAM ELDON Scientific palmist,
clairvoyant and ostrologist; test read
n by mall; send blrthdate and 5 two
nt stamps,. 4500 Fourteenth street N.
y Waehlngton. D. C 14octl:no
PIANOS.
TOt'R PIANO can be made like new In
tons, touch and lookn hv our three v.
rt pis no builders and caso finishers.
"w prrres. and you can pay by the
'k. The Clutter Music House. 14nov
TO EXCHANGE.
rNTIPD TO EXCHANGE One addins
machine with stand, for cash register
yth four or more drawers. Apply W A
iy Hardware Co. i9oct
JMOTOR SUPPLIES
EVERYTHING for motor
cars. Square Deal Auto
o. 21.u
Female Help Wanted.
M PER PAY paid one lady in each
town to distribute fr?e circulars for
orcentrated flavoring In tubes. Perman
t rosition. F. E. Ban- Co., Chicago.
27cct
WANTED.
ANTF,r Physic'an for a large Saw
1 i Co. Commissary Manager, $75;
?.ar.or Foreman, $125; Helper. $2.50;
r ;'!"-: Sawyers, Foremen. $100; Engl
r. Firemen, $75; Loaderman, $3.23;
Goods Salesman, (store); also
ur.: Traveling Salesmen difforen:
:c. Cotton Oil Mill Men; Linter-
iJiai-Mmufl ana var ie-
'fi. ?75; Box Factory. Foreman
-'arjO ; Stenotrranher and Of-
V1,3"' f Iron M,ll,er- $20; Track
;M . nx roieman, ?bo; several
isr-.hign class Positions. Address
v'S. Meridian, Miss. 25 oct
i' i v rrr -
- . r.l-your job PrintinE' and orders
all klnd. rmn7
',':5d,ns Invitations, etc.. MAYES
v' g co.. 2 west GovernaenL i
FOR SALE.
with modern conveniences on W. Chase
street.
A b.uriiit-e. ifione 971. 2?wettt
FOR SALE One pood horse and wagon,
$S5 CO cash. Phone 618. 27oct
FOR SALE One $65.00 York baritone
horn, practically new. Cheap for cash
Address "Cashier" P. O. Box 31. Pensa
cola, Fla. oct273t
FOR SALE A bargain, 22-foot semi-
speed launch In excellent condition
trade for small automobie. Ptonfi
13S0. 27oct2w
FLOWERS Orders for cut flowers, bulbs
palms, etc.. will be filled by Mrs. Boy -
sen. ihone 1800 or send 252 E. Chaae.
xaoctlmo
FOR SALE Satsuma Orange and Grape
trH,.i. rrt.jt.ii..i .1
nun irPB5 011 liiiuuuu and four
siock. iownsena. uros., zist ana wal
nut streets, Jacksonville, r la. 26octl5t
launch, row boat, two enslnra 3 and
6 II. P., D. M. Witherill, 1701 East
Gadsden street. 25 oct lvvpd
I.. T C" T T " .A i "W si T
x " 3A,'J 'v v,u-v
j I..: -
mies unuer tuuivauun, it-room
I,ous. iwo-story cam. mnes irom
j . m
R. F. D. Xo. 1, city. 25 oct 7t pd
FOR SAT.K Chen
baby buggy; l small boys' bicycle. All
in pood condition. Apply 201 E. Gregory
street. 24ocl7t
sfiljKa-cioTtfts J- 2 Ka"
city, with 9 pint ml)U- pan or
on capa-
top. Al-
ost new,r 1 9m 5,nap-
See Mr.
I HAVE for sale at a bargain the follow-
'"5"" J1 ",,Ttl T,h
W-1U1 efler one grist mm complete ii
Kln one steam molasses mill complete
one ffUMiind prn: ce Katlonal cas
cash
'a-tei. cost $4L0.oj; one .uLas.hf h.-
count register, double column. A number j
of other r.ic store fixtures. Also wagons ,
ar dany kind of farm implements at re- ,
duced prices. Write or see J. D. Ander-
son at Pcnsacola or Cantonment, Fla. for ,
prices and terms. -uoci
FOR SALE CHEAP Car load of driving
and farm horses, 120 West intenaen-
street. Phone C13 or 1097. Geo. w.
iTurton. Jr. oct
FOR SALTS K,Tg Mssh, Wheat. Chick
Feed. Scratch Fed. Fensacoia ccen
octibti
nn apttottio:tt: records. 20c:
scarcn 1
liht batteries. 25c: safety matches. 12
box'fs. 5o. Cut rntes on everything.
Everybody's." 123 South Palarox. nact
FOR SALE Good corner, doing business j
" , . r0iofnv Tkmt h i
now two blocks from Pa'.aiox. iern.s. ;
Rents for $35 per month. No encum-jFOR
brar.ee. Price. $5,000. C. L. Mcvoy, 14
West Intendencla street. ocnin ,
I
' FOR SALE Improved and unimproved
t t -i T.--it ..nnr.ril farmitlP tnicll-
muus. men n,i ..v... ----
1t. stock raising. satsuma oransr".
I1"' 1." t, ko, n (im'm
orchard near Atmore. vimwio
sons unexcelled. Mexican Gulf Coast
Realty Co., W. E. Urquhart, President.
Atmore, Ala. . 9octlm
FOR SALE 11. Ono acres yellow pine
timber in middle Alabama, near rail
road. Will cut 7,900 feet per acre Bar
ealn for aulck sale. Terms. Mexican
Oulf Coast Realty Co., W. E. Urquhart,
i-resiaent, Aimure, nittL-ni:. .ut....
FOR SALE rrife new, runabout car very
reasonable. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress P. O. Box 535, Pensacola.
septCtf
FOR SALE At a bargain 1914 Twin
Cylinder Indian Motor-cycle, in per
fect condition. Electric light and horn
also new side car that goes with the
machine. Guaranteed tne biggest bar-
nffercd in fensacoia. (.asn
ky, 1814. 109 S. Baden
street.. Square Deal Auto Co.
loce
FOR SALE Girl's bicycle; used very
i little. W. S. Garfield. 21 West Inten-
! dencia street. sepZStr
FOR SALF.-Nice dry, stove wood, trim
minps from dressed lumber. 90c per
I inn.i. S3 50 Der cord delivered. Stearns
Lumber and Export Company. Phone
131s aioci
! VTOnn All kinds, for sto"e or fire place.
Delivered. Fhone 80S Hyer Fuel Co..
comer carrancas nveuao iiu
Ml. ianr
T "Z ,
r' oai-i uompnf ice Lrran ra;
lor, inrMUfimts iuLifii.a.111, inui-"n'ci.i
chairs, tables, etc.. at less than 25 per
cent of original cost. Inquire Fisher Real
Estate Agency. 25July-tf
AGENTS WANTED.
AGENTS WANTED To advertise our
goods by distributing free samples to
consumer. P0 cents i hour. Write for
full particulars. The Favorl Co. 4024.
Finch Ave.. Dayton. O. 25oct j
AGENTS Big S4x28 Complete Framed
Art, Religious and Copyrighted Nesrro
Pictures, 12c. Sensational sellers. "00
per cent profit. Sample five. Also por
traits, convex work .pillow tops, lowest
prices. Peoples Portrait, Dept. 58. Chi -cago.
25oct
I . i - U' li-'J-J F-J-i-JSJ
FARM LAND FOR SALE
MUST sell at on?!', one r-lece of 241 acres
and one piece 'if 60 acres, both located
neer Gonzalez Will make the entire 30
acres for $2,000.00. $500.00 cash ard bal
ance in 1 2. 3 years at 89J.. AJd"-ess.
Box 331. Pensacola. Florida. 8sp
TAXIS FOR HIRE.
Phone 120, City Taxi Co.
TAXIS FOR HIRE.
SAN CARLOS Taxi Ex
change. Phone 200. 23ocl
PHONE 625.
SUGGS Taxi Company
NIMS TAXI COMPANY
24 East Garden Street.
DAY AND NIGHT.
PHONE 1131.
TRANSFER, STORAGE.
MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Thor B
Thorsen. Proprietor, solicits all kinds
Of moring and hauline Furniture packed
for shipment. Furniture stored. Oriieej
pbone 971 Depot phone 704. JunZl
BINGHAM TRANSrHK
Jil r A Y Khioe O.5.
tt 1 "r 1
Hauling, Packuig", Storing.
HELP WANTED.
Ladies to sew at nome, good" pay.
Send stamp. Work sent prepaid.
King Mfg. Co, 1431 Broadway, 1ST. T.
Ci'- 25 oct
WE WILL start you in the cleaning
and dyeing business, little capital
needed. Big profits. Write for book
let. Ben-Vonde System. Deot 51. C.har-
j lotte C. 25 oct
J STKN'OGRAPHERS, bookkeepers, sales-
, men, commissary clerks, clerical office
men, clerks, mill men. rJ!i men. tel.
egraph operators, station agents we save
1 yu money and lost time by furnish-
you positions cn short notice. Ar
Ungton Business Agency. Arlington. Ga
I ZSOCt
GOVERXMEXT POSITION'S In postof
nce, railway mail and ether branches
are good. Prepare for "exams" under
former XT. 8. Civil Bervice Secretary
Examiner. Fooklet G-22 free. Write to
day. Patterson Civil Service School,
Rochester. N. T. 25oct
I HAVE A COVTRACT To distribute a
Million Free Pkgs. Borax Soap Powder.
I ' 1 '
" ?nt lfHanlfi trion n.rH Ti'nmcn tr h.ln
$15.00 weekly. Waverlv Brown. 730 Wnrth
15.00 weekly. Waverlv Brown. 730 Morth
i . . ... : . - -
Kranklin, Chicago. 25oct
$10 to $15 PER week copying letters at
home; no capital required; stamped
envelope lor particulars. Station F., box
oS.Memphis.Tenn. 24octlw
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Furnished Apartment 2 rooms, kitchen,
private porch, bath, hot water through
out. A!so front room down stairs, pri
vate bath, electric lights. Low rate. Cen
tral location, 18 North Reus. Phone
854. 25oct
THREE BLOCKS WEST OF SAN CAR
LOS HOTEL Newly furnished suite
ot rooms, also large front room, large
private veranda, modern conveniences,
southern exposure. 412 W. Garden St.
27oct
FOR RENT Fumisneti rooms, southern
exposure, use of phone, bath and lights
j Convenient to business section.
Phor
707.
240 W. Garden.
oct4tf
: arra.id to work Indoors or out. Address
FOR RENT Two large furnished front!"99" rr Journal. 27oct7t
rooms, connecting. Exceptionally well '
lighted art! airy. Use of phone and j WANTED By thoroughly competent
bath
Convenient to business district
119 West Chase street. Phone 135D
Joct
FURNISHED rooms for rent with kit-
chen if preferred. Private bath. Apply
lbuo E:.-st LaHua. W. A. Ray. 27sept
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, best
location, moaern conveniences. 5it
North Palafox street.
- -
24seplm
RENT Newly furnished rooms for
ladles and gentlemen. Hot and cold
water. S21 N. Barcelona, Phone 17Z8
27mav
WANTED Roomers -with or without
board. Foarders, with or without
rooms. Gentlemen preferred. Modern
conveniences. 124 W. Belmont. 25 oct
ROOMS AND BOARD Everything
new and clean. Rates reasonable.
205 West 'Gregory street. 25 oct 7t pd
FOR RENT Suites of rooms suitable
for light housekeeping. Private bath,
hot and cold water. Central location
316 Guillemarde. Block east of Y. M
C. A. Phone 90. 25 oct. 7t pd
I CAN accomodate a few boarders, good
table, clean rooms, modern conven
ipnese. ?6 00 per week. Home like.
Three blocks from depot. Miss Laskey,
500 Hayne. phone 1301. 24oct6t
NICE FURNISHED rooms. Also suites
for light housekeeping, opposite Se
ville Park. Fine view, near water, car
stops in front of door. 300 E. Govern
ment street. Oct232w
FOR RENT Tnree large, unfurnished
rooms, also kitchenette, all upstairs in
modern home. Bath, toilet connecting:
phone 1702
LtL .1
hot water, gas, phone. Adults only.
7oct
ROOMS FOR RENT With or without
board. Terms reasonable. 1009 North
Reus street. Phone 2"0. 2octlm
FOR SALE Real Estate.
FOR SALE Residence on East Hill car
line. Five rooms with reception hall
and bath. All modern conveniences.
Write owner. Box 133. Panama City. Fla.
2tmeh
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CAH 3'
lots south front on East Hill belt.
Fostoffiee Box 753, city. oct22tf
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, first floor
apartment, 112 West Cervantes st.
Separate gas meter, instantaneous
heater to tub, and all conveniences.
oct 25
FOR RENT An aprtment. southern ex
posure, with r" of entire front porch.
All modern conveniences. Phone 14S5.
26East Gregory street. 2Soct9t
FOF RENT N" 23 South Palafox j
"liver vUsc" s'o-e," also 3 rooms up-
stairs.
isnowit-s iiyer, AgT... orwi
11 i 1 1 . i
23oct2w
j
Phone
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FOR RK.VT-F.nn, 0 acres, fenced and wife on January 22nd. 18.9 as appears
crosse i enc-1. Big house and barns. by deed recorded in Book W of t-T?
First-cits.- for track, straight farming j Records of said County at Pagv 200, all
or dairv. Five -riles north of Pensacola, of said property lying and being In Es
Thos Newell. Pensacola. General De- cambia County. Florida. Together with
live 24oct7t ! the tenements, hereditaments sflM appur-
FOR RENT Y'o large front rooms (ad
Joining bath) completely furnished for
Mght housekeeping. Gas and phone. 50
E. Chase. Pho:: 1129. 4oct
SALESMEN WANTED
SAI ESMAN experienced in any line to
sell i-eneral trade In Florida. Vacancy I
November lsO UNEXCE'TFD specialty .
proposition. Commission cJ3j 0T i
weekly for expenses. CONTINENTAL
TEWELRY CO.. S'9-43 CONTINENTAL)
BUILDING. CLEVELAND, OHIO. 29oct 1
SALESMEN to contract with merch
ants for daily window picture ser
vice. Permanent position with big
money. Photographic News Service. 39
West 21 Street. New York. 25 oct
SALESMEN Capable specialty man for
T.V,.s!o etanio line on new and ex- ,
CADtional terms Vacancv Nov. 1st. At- j
tractive commission contract, balance of :
vear and 115 $35 weeklv for expenses. '
25.. i-., , 1, to ir11r Wrist . '
Cleveland, O.
STRAYED.
STRAYED from my farm at Myrtle
Grove, one small red butt-headed cow,
about four years old. Reward for in
formation. Herbert P. Caro. Phone
Ths Journal's Want Ad Kid
!U get you a mld wno .
trustworthy, who has had exper
lence and Is In every way cap
able of looking after the littlt
ones.
h:f m U
This boy will escort yua aiong
The Journal's
WANT AD WAY.
The way that all West Florldians
take.
POSITION WANTED.
WANTER Position as stenographer or .
office assistant. Eight years experience
i Can f urnisti excellent references. Not ;
ottice man or twenty years exper
ience association witn email nrm as
partner; interest in business in return
for services. All correspondence confi
dential, best of references. Address "Jr.
R. R." care Journal. 21octl0t
Help Wanted Male
Be a detective; earn $50 to $100 week
ly; travel all over the world. Write
Dept. ?6, United States Detective &
Adjusting Agency, Railway Exchange.
St. Louis. Mo. 25 oct
LEGAL NOTICE.
CREW NOTICE.
' Neither the captain, owners
or consignees of the British
steamship Romanby will be
responsible for debts con
tracted by the crew of said
vessel
H. HOFFMANN, Captain
C. W. OLTV'ER, Consignee..
CREW NOTICE.
Neither the captain, owners
nor consignees of the British
steamship "Tottenham" will
be responsible for debts con -
rnrted hv tha nrn-or r,f snirl
tracted by
vessel.
N. RAND. Caotain
GULF TRANSIT COMPANY, Consignee.
Special Master's Sale.
Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure and sa"e rendered bv the
Honorable J. Emmet Wolfe, Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Judicial
Circuit of the State of Florida, in Chan
cery on the ninth day of October, A. D.,
1914, wherein E. A. A'inson is complain
ant and Pensacola Realty. Company et
als are defendants. I will on Monday the
seventh day of December, A. D., 1914
during the legal hours of sale offer for
j sale for cash to the highest and best bid-
wri- in iruiu oi ine Louniy coun jtiou
D-Kr in the City of Pensacola, Escambi
County, Florida, the following descrbed
real estate less certain lots embraced
in the description hereinafter mention
which said lots have heretofore been re
leased to-wit: All (Of Section thir
ty (30) Township two (2) South Range
thirty (30) west, except the following i
two parcels, to-wit: One (1) acre con
veyed by C. Kupfrlan and wife to the
Board of Public Instruction of said
! County by deed dated Ausrust 8th 1884
I and recorded in Book "Z" of Deeds at
j Pa.ge 508, and also four (4) acres oon
I veyed by Margaret Kupfrlan et als to
J James Waters bv deed dated May 13th
1S93, and recorded in Book 12 of Deeds
at Page C76 of the Records of said Coun
ty; also that portion of Section twenty
nine (29) Township two (2) South Range
Thirty (30) West described as follows:
vIt; , Beginning et a point where the
N rth line of the said Sections intersects
the Northeastern boundary of Section
thirty (30), thence runninsr East aion'4-,
said North line three hundred and
eighty-three (3S3) feet and seven (7)
inches, thence perpendicularly to said
line Southward to a iolnt on the paid
Northeastern boundary pt said Sectfon
thirty (30); thence Northwesterly to the
point of beginning, said parcel forming a
Z " "ZZZZ
t.fc oibT. 1.1 ""j." v - - '
two (2) acres and having been Purchased
by C. Kupfrlan from Gam'.lel Bell and
oy s:. Riiuiniin in." 11 jt
wise appertaining, the whole free from all
exemption and right of homestead.
Terms cash. Deed at cost of pur
chaser. WM. FISHER.
514A29octoaw4w Special Master.
In Escambia County Circuit Court,
State of Florida, in chancery. Bleaker
Forbes vs. John H. Kphier. et ais. un
Monday, the 30th day Of November, A.
1914, the defendants, Jonn ri. jvonier
,fflttle Kohler. his wife, are required
to appear to the bill filed against them
ntren
Thls oraer to be published once each
week for foup consscutlve weeks in the
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper puousn-
ed In said Escambia County.
(Seal) JAS. MACGI3BON.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By THOS. JOHNSON. D. C
Pensacola, Fla,, October 22nd, 1914.
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In Escambia County Circuit Court.
State of Florida, In chancery. A. R Jones
vs. W. S. Keyser, et als. On Monday, the
28th day of December. A. D.. 1914, the
defendants, Helen H. Atkin, Emily F.
At.-fn T.-cc aVIti nre require? to
appear to the bill filed against them
herein.
This order to be published once each
week for eight consecutive weeks in the
Pensacola Journal, i newspaper pub
lished In said Escambia county.
(Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By THOS. JOHNSON, D. C.
Pensacola, Fla., October 23rd. 1914.
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HALLMARK
TRANSFER CO.
Pentaeola. Florida.
Freight Hauling, Storage
and Baggage a Specialty
Household goods moved at short notice
and reasonable rates. Baggage called
for and delivered. Furniture atored.
packed and sVftpped
Office Phone 1143.
Residence Phone 297.
FISHER-BROWN
Insurance Agency.
Qenaral . Insurance.
Agent Thlesen Building,
Office 2nd Floor.
Phone 918.
J. W. BULLOCK,
Real Estate and Insurance
B11 to 815 American National Bank
Phone 777.
Pensacola, St. Andrews;
and Gulf Steamship Co.
STEAMER TARPON
Ptppm rr cs tac?itv7-.!t.i ik-T
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
Between-
PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI
COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN-
j DREWS. PANAMA CITY.
I MIUL.V1LLE.
A M J All n.i.l. CA A I n
nriu rtt rgiruv vn v t. nnurews Kay.
Carrabelle and Aoataehicola.
SCHEDULE:
Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:33 p. m
for Mobiie, Ala.
Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Leaves Pensacola, Tuesday 6:00 p
m., for St. Andrews, Millviile, Apa
lachiccla, Carrabelle and intermediate
Points.
R. J. REAGER.
General Freight and Passerger Agent,
Pensacola. Fla. Phsne 653.
Pensacola Crcckerv Co..
107 South Palafox Street.
Wholeseate Dealers In
CROCKERY, TINWARE. ENAMEL
WARE AND NOTIONS.
Agents for McCray Refrigerators.
The Parlor Market
"Home of Alt That' Pure"
Fresh Western Meats,
POULTRY. EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES.
PHONES 173-174.
See Us
' T?nr Piicinvce
I Ji UU3U1CS3
Opportunities
Along ths Line or
Deep Water Townsite Co
711 Blount Butldtno. Phont 10?3.
WAR IS HELL !
So is a leaky roof. See
us about yours. Phone 310
LEE LUMBER CO.
KHOPES - COLLINS
Furniture Co.
Complete House
Furnishers.
SECRET. SOCIETIES
1. 0. 0. r.
Excelsior Encampment. No. 4. meets
every second arm murm vveonesaay m
each month at 8 p. m.. In Rafford Hail.
corner Bavlen and B-lmont streets.!
Visiting Patriarchs are invited to at -
tend.
W E. EVERHARD.
CHAS. FREIDRICIISEN. C. P.
Scribe.
Pensacola uoage. No 4, I. O. O. F.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4 T O O F.
meets evrrv
Rafford HalL
! stret, v1p!
meets every Thursday at 7:30 -p. m. In
corner Raylen and Belmont
Ipltors eordiallv Invited.
Work In inltatory degree.
W. M. EYERS.
G. Lamhrticht. N. O.
Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICE.
In Escambia County Circuit Court,
State of Florida In Chancery. Bishop
of Mobile vs. James Jackson, Ser., et als.
i On Monday, the 16th day of November.
' A. D .1314 the defendants. James Jack-
Childress. John H. Eaton. John C. Mc-
Lemoro, Jonn Jackson, John McCr.
John Donnelson. Ler.oy Pope, James
Hood, Alexander H. Bowman. John D.
Graham. Isaac Hu'se and Thomas Bid
die, Elibu Chauncey and Samuel Jaudon.
individually and as financial agents for
the Pensacola Association; Carolin j
Goldstucker and A. Goldstucker. her '
husband, and John Canrpoell, are re
quired to appear to the bill filed against
them herein. This order to be pub'lshed j
once each week for eight consecutive ,
weeks In The Pensacola Journal, a
newsoaner published In said Escambia
county. James Macgibbon, Clerk of the '
Circuit Court, by Thus. A. Johnson, D. C.
Pensacola, Fia., Sept. 14. 1914. !
499A-septl7oaw8w
NOTICE.
Mav SOth. 1914.
?fotlc Is herebv riven that I wllL six '
months from date hereof, present to the
final accounts as executrix of the estate
of Jas. Stearns, deceased, and ask for,
final discharge. .
(Signed) ELIZABETH V. STEARNS.
Executrix of the Estate of Jas. Stearns,
deceased. 407A-mayS0oarn6tn
DIRECTORY
GIOVANNI PARODI
Formerly Director and Proprietor of
Pinewood Mill j
Sworn Inspector Lumber and Timber;
cf the Gulf. !
Italy Addrezs: Giovanni ParivH. via
Nino Bixio. No. 6-13. Genoa. Italy.
Prof. Henry Seel.
874 W. Chaa Street. Phone 1413
Piano. Violin. Vocal.
DR. J. L. INGRAM.
GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED.
LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU
WAIT.
10 South Paiafox.
With Will C. Dlffenderfeis.
DR. J. P.
PHILLIPS
Pellagra am
Dropsy
Specialty
FLORALA
kit
ALABAMA
PhilHre:
have cured me of Pellagra, my
! mouth, face, neck, arms wbs sore. Soles
(of my feet and palms of my hands bad
burning sensation Hal no energy, los
of weight and Indigestion.
j I scaled off and all the sunburn Is
gone. Burning sensation, numbness. In-
' digestion, loss of weight and energy has
i returned and I am well of Pellagra.
Tours truly
E. Sanders,
Floral a. Ala.
i
T. G. YATES, M. D.
OPTICIAN.
410 Elount Bulldlna.
t Tunfv Va rynfUna mm mm Pua
"
Specialist.
Examination free
The M.&.O.
On the Square, Within Easy Reach
cf Everywhere.
Agents
Hart SchafTner & Marx, and
Kirschbaum Suits
L. E. NOBT ES & CO.
'Your Money's Wort cr Your Money
Back".
99 South Palafox. Phone 790
IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA
The Central Pharmacy.
Phono 178.
MAYES PRINTING CO.
PRINTERS FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
T10 West riovernment St Phone IP
Piano Factorv to You.
."Kranlch &. Bath," "Gold String Scno
t maeher." "Lester," "Emrson." "Llude
! man," "Chlckerlng." Player Pianos
'. 'Ceclllman." "Letter." and cheaper. Play-
er Muilc, cut prices. Factory agents.
I The Clutter Mus e House.
WANTED i'ou to know If your
packagre carries no aroma, you
are toting dope
Tf exhilarating aromatic coffee
you want, go to the
COFFEE RANCH CO.
Phone 22. 34 8. Palafox St.
MARSTON & QUINA,
West Florida's Oldest Furniture
House.
Exclusive Aoenti Ciobe-We'nlcke
Book Cases.
wtfill A A P A Every i'vIi .n,
JO H V " . ml
I Kll..r. '2e '"tly flttec
1 IIIWWU.1 here. We law
i ,tt reccivea a lu'i ortmeol.
-r trm r-ir
25i-lLrk V-1V1 VJVJJ KJ
1
17 South Palafox Street.
hon 19
GUTMAN'S
The Store Noted for
Values.
107 S. PsJafox Street.
SAN CARLOS HOTEL.
Ceo. H. Hervey, ?4anag!no Director
Pens.cola's Pride.
New Fall and Winter
styles
Arriving Oally at
LaMODE
124 Soutfc P-ilafox Street
Watson, Parker S
Reese Company D
Everything to Wear."
Y"f YXYTTYVI
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Subscribe for The Journal
West Ga
.relent
Street Cottar
Reception hall, large living
room, dining room, bath-.
pantry, kitchen, kitchen pin
try, two bed rooms with hath
(between. Strictly modern,
and on an 80-foot front Int.
jPavinsr fully paid.
! $3,250
The Fisher Real
Estate Agency
Established 1881.
11 s it i jnumui
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.
United States Department of -Aurt-culture.
Weather Bureau. CharUs F.
Marvin chief
DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Day temperatures In October usually
rise to 77 degrees.
Night tempraturea In October usual
ly fall to 62 degrees.
Pensacola, Fla., Oct. i. 1914.
Psnsacola's Temperature Data.
Highest on record for October, PB
degrees.
Lowest on record for October, S5 de
grees. Highest temperature yeHterday, 02
degrees.
Lowest temperature yesterday, Si
degrees.
Penance'' Rainfall Data.
Normal rainfall for the month of
October. 4.08 Inches.
Total rainfall (hi October to 7 i.
m. yesterday, 1.06 Inches.
Total deficiency thia year to Splrm
br 30th. 6.76 Inches.
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Atlanta r,2
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Buffalo .".0
Birmingham .. TiO
Chicago 4S
Denver Ii0
Galveston f.l
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Mobile r,S
Montgomery . . r.fl
New Orleans . . 51
New York .... 4
North riilte .. 50
j Oklahoma 58
Palestine r,2
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Keep Your Stomach and Liver Hi.!"v
A vigorous Stomach. r-rf'-''t v -rj
Livr and regulur f-tiriKr ;'..
iruarantecd if yo-i wif; use ;r 1.': .
New Life ri!!s. 7hy ir...r. y ,- ;
' ,es?tlon, corre t C' nsiip i',nt , -1 -i
ciri erellent t r:i! ' Tf-rt tu ' 1 1
j system Verity y 1 ;r ifo-l u n -i rt-i
I of all body p'lor. thr.-.jgh if
! els. Oniy -c i ur 1 -r -t
MOBILE FIRE CHIEF
DIES SUDDENLY
special to Tin: jorrt.vw.
Mobile, Ala.. Oct. 2$. Cnpt. Tiu.r . :
F. Price, chl'ff of the M',b l.; 1 . -partment,
anl a. forri" -r o"l-r '.n
Intornatlon.il Fire ChU t A ..".. i- t..
di-'J In rfi vtrj' sudd'-'ily late laf-t nU Nt
frm nfvta indigrsl!.
He returned on M nd;iy " r-n N". '
Orlears. w here h attcnfliil t ie- "".
tional Convention of Ibr (;:' I'b :
and was appartntly In th - h ft. f
health.
Chief Irice. sMrteen yf-:7b Hii'. :
ceeded Chief Matthew 8)oan. who '.o
died euJdenly.

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