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The Journal's Wagt Ad Opporteeities
Phone 1500
From 7 a. m. to
Phone 38
From 7 p. ra. to
7 p. m.
RENT YOUR SPARE ROOMS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS-IT WILL HELP YOUR GOVERNMENT
1 a. in.
PDR SAT.F. KfVFr. SAT.T7! ' TTTT'.T.T WAMTTfJ TVJ A T - I Wi VWn tw Trm' . . ' ! " T . -
car. Appiy
S North Alcaniz street.
fOR SALE Choice cabbage
plants at $2.50 per 1,000 ; Ber
muda Onion sets, per quart post
paid, 30c per peck, not postpaid,
q 50. O. J. Walker, Pinemount,
Fla. ' 5224
ror s LE Three furnished bed rooms.
-h bath and use of phone, on car
n,." within walking distance of town.
i: ilemen preferred. Apply 1114 East La
street, or pauno ivm.
pin : a LK Studebaker
, ,r in A-l condition.
Box 6S, Route A.
four-pa ssenger
Apply W. H.
FOR c One horse, harness and top
,l?iiverv wagon; or will trade for good
v -r-A c&v. Address 720 West Government
5221
et r-f t.
KoR SALE One team of mules, harness
and wasron: also farm implements. Ap-
j. Y. Heiser. liODerts, r ia. iua
roR SALE Cabbage Plants. We will
h .ve fr shipment this month from our
-or i Georsia place, a million plants. By
fr-'- $2.00 a thousand. Fa.-f!. post
.vi "ei0. 11.00: 00, $1.30: 1.000, $2.50.
:.. I nrker i'lant Co., Tifton. Oa. 4915
;-( n 5-ALE Bay mare, weight 1,200
po ind?, sntle and true. Two Berkshire
;.-.xd sows; pair Poland and China pigs,
s ...rouRhbred. Applx J. W. Morton, Route
, City. 5213
" SALE Two cottages, 219 and 221
East Government street. Five rooms,
i ll! and bath; always rented; big invest
ment. If interested phone 1984. D217
FOR SALE Iron safe. Underwood Type
writer with 16-inch carriage; gas are
iik-lit. 20-ga!2on gasoline tank, 50-gallon
! or gas barrel with faucet, one type
writer desk and chair, and an Evenrude
? b. p. motor. King Tailoring Co.. u0 S.
Faiafox street. Phone 774. 5211
FOPw SALE One horizontal en
gine, 225 h. p., good condition.
T-'st the thing for a saw mill.
For description, etc., call on
superintendent the American
Agricultural Chemical Co., Goul
ding, Fla. 5239
FOR SALE Overland Roadster. In good
condition: cheap for quick sale. Apply 1
Abbot Auto Repair Company. 5190
FOR PALE An Upright Piano, in good
condition, and a horse and buggy. Phone
1943. 5188
FOR SALE Cut flowers, roses a special
ty. Call 50 E. Chase or phone
1129. Gladys Vaughn. 5130
FOR SALE Onr pony saddle, one set
launch screens, one cross-cut saw. 3-pas
sTger Studebaker car,. campers' tent and
cots. 100-egg incubator, 100 feet wire fenc
ing. Apnly 914 E. Cervantes street, or
phone 1309-1966. 5125
LOST One tire, inner tube and rim. on
Barrancas road, between Navy Yard and
T'ensacola. Finder please return to Buick
Oarage and "receive reward. 5253
FOR SA1 E A bargain, 55 acre farm, six
and a half miles from court house with
in acres under cultivation. 4 room house
nnd one and half story barn, 14x28. Pecan
tre-3. grape vines. Suitable for hog-farming
or stock raising. Address G. P. C,
Koute A, Box 220, Pensacola, Fla. 5104
FOR SALE Apples, fancy Ra
bun County, Georgia. Fresh
packed in bushel boxes. All hand j
picked, selected fruit, $2.25 per
box. Cash with order. Refer
ences, Bank of Clayton, Ga., and
Snell National Bank, Winter
Haven, Fla. Mann & Dechman,
Clayton, Ga. -
Drumhead, Succession, Early
Flat Dutch, by Express $2.00 per
thousand; 5,000 lots at $1.50.
Parcel Post prepaid, $3.00 thou
sand. Send for descriptive price
list of other plants, CODEN
NURSERIES, Coden, Ala.
Fm' ?ALE Cheap, good sound house.
hone 494 or call at 26 West Garden St.
5015
RLE Or exchange, house and lot.
' Ea?t Salamanca street. Cheap,
r t 1ibeTt-y Bonds at par. Address
'onJ o avis' 504 'Wmiams avenue, Port
Oregon. 4973
iL. iAut- uasn or terms.
fl.w i . "J, Jen 1ots adjoining L. & N.
a at,BIuff Springs. Also fifty acres
""""Provea janu that would be
clearJ: on hard road and Rural
iv': .rear McDavid. Titles perfect.
trafle either or both for property
?ar "saco'a. Riving or taking
K v7. Write G. W. Reeve, No. P16
J1 avenue for appointment. 4820
ceoiV Several show cases, very
Apply 5 south Palafox street.
4742
' 1 mak- 15.00 up. G.mai
171T Henalda Music House. Phone
U$I
r?R SALR OR rvpTTiWRti" stt ttiHh
T-?,Pcurth,ouje. highly improved. 20
"iairy tllu SUlUalJ,e for truck, chicken or
J Idrm. Writ T T- n
. 14S7
LIBEmII'EISAIRY FEEI
MORE
jfSACOLA FEED COMPANY.
i
-sBsssssBSBsasjsajB. ejjjjPBj
THE WATSON AGENCY
RENT COLLECTIONS, MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
NO. 7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 54
i ro-r)-w---lt- I j-jlj-i-ij. , I '' f t i iv J3 UX - I 1 WANTED I '
FOR SALE Bargains for quick sale.
One organ, one cook stove, two beds
and springs, two ' art ' squares. Kitchen
and center tables, chairs and one kitchen
safe. G. K. Wilson, 230 North Tarragona
street. ; 6234
FOR SALE At sacrifice price,
our entire plant, on account of
being drafted, consisting of a
15,000 daily capacity saw mill,
planer and dry kiln. A 10-ton re
frigerating ice plant, and a 12 k.
w. generator lo furnish light frr
plant. Also a good building
material business in cconnection
with this. A good paying busi
ness in a northern settlement.
The mill is two blocks from
rfiley R. R. station. Swanstrom
Bros. MilCo., Foley, Ala. 5234
FOR SALE One upright Piano in per
'feet condition, a gas stove, kitchen cab
inet, and an ice box. Can be seen at 716
North 8th avenue. 5237
FOR SALE A few good cypress
tanks. Write for capacity and
our cut prices. Swanstrom Bros.
W 1 1 S T"1 1 a 1 J.
jyiui io., r oiey, Aia. arzza j
FOR SALE Motor boat. 26x5. Beautiful
speed model. Engine recently over
hauled and in good condition. E. G. Car
ter, 403 Thiesen building. 5228
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 227 East Intenden
cia. Phone 732. 5207
FOR RENT Bed room 'and kitchen for
housekeeping; gas and steel range new
in kitchen: by the month only. 323 East
Romana street. Phone 1568.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping to couple without
children. Apply to 1011 E. Strong street.
5120
FOR RENT Three furnished bed rooms.
with use of bath and phone, on car
line, within walking distance of town.
Gentlemen preferred. Apply 714 East La
Rua street, or phone 1037. 5236
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on
North' Hill. Bath' electric lights and
linen furnished. 424 West Lloyd street.
Phone 1296. 5253
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms for
light house keeping. Apply to 1211 East
Brainard street. 5255
FOR RENT To acceptable party, 3 rooms
and bath furnished. Healthy location
on Bavou Texar. Phone 967. Gonzalez St.
and 18th Ave. . 5032
FOR RENT Store building 125 by 40 ft.
Located at 116 and 113 E. Government.
Apply Owner, 120 S. Alcaniz or phone
1641. 4S29
FOR. REN T Palafox street
stores for rent 327-329
(Moog's) from October 1, 1918.
Phone 22, Knowles Bros. Agency
FOR "RENT Sleeping rooms by week or
montn. ssnower rath and all modem
conveniences at o Iearya rooms, 31 $14
S. Palafox. Phone 5S0. 3191
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Between L. & N. freight depot
and Sol Cahn & Co., brown tarpaulin.
Reward if returned to Sol Cahn & Co
5251
LOST On Palafox street, gold crescent
nin. saDChires and tearls. Iave at
Pensacola Electric Company's office and
get reward. B. E. Milligan. s264
LOST Scarf pin, diamond set
in platinum ; Rotary wheel de
s5rn. Suitable reward. Chas. B.
Hervey, San Carlos hotel. 5235
LOST Small child's old Rose coat, Sat
urdav evening, on Palafox street. Re
ward, if left at the Pensacola Journal Of
fice. 313.:
LOST Gold monogram tie clasp, E. R. B.
Liberal reward. Return to 7 W. Greg
ory street 5061
TRANSFER STORAGE
BINGHAM T R A NSFER
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
ing, packing, storing.
FARI LOANS.
I NEGOTIATE five and ten
year loans on improved farms
in Escambia and Santa Rosa
Counties, Florida, and Baldwin
and Monroe Counties," Alabama,
at reasonable " rates. Money
ready when title perfected. A.
C. Binkley 202 S. Palafox St.,
Pensacola, Fla. 4997
J
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR QUICK SALE you can get
a bargain, restaurant and mer
cantile business. Selling on ac
count of draft. Best location in
citv. doino a fine business. Ad-
dress P. O. Box 889.
MEN WANTED
ONE THOUSAND men wanted
at once, Pensacola Shipbuild
ing Company. Riveters, 70c per
hour. Bolter up, 42c to 50c per
hour. First class labor, 40c per
hour. Second class labor, 30c
per hour. . 50903
WANTED Office man, with seme ex
perience in grocery business; must be
energetic Good salary to right man. Ad
dress A, care of Journal. 5121
WANTED A good bookkeeper;
must be honest and well re
commended. State age, experi
ence, and give names 'for refer
ence. In replying answer N-463,
care Journal. . 5240
WANTED One first -class blacksmith
helper. Apply T: D. Brux, 708 South
Palafox street . 5237
WANTED Experienced truck driver.
Applv J. E. Dubuisson & Bro. 5241
WANTED Men. age 17 to 55. Experience
unnecessary. ' Travel, make secret in
vestigations, reports. Salaries, expenses.
American Foreign Detective Agency, 189
St. Louis. 5245
WANTED Man for office work, one with
experience and knowledge of telegraphy
preferred. Good chances for promotion.
Address C. H. W., care Journal. 524.7
WANTED An experienced colored work
man. Apply Pensacola Crockery and
Dry Goods Store.
SALESMAN For general mercantile
trade in Florida to sell a NEW propo
sition of MERIT. Vacancy now. Attrac
tive commission contract. $35 weekly for
expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co.. Wholesale
Jewelers. 3443 Carlin Bldg., Cleveland, O
5230
WANTED Neat appearing col
ored boy, 14 to 16 years of
age, to work in store. One with
wheel preferred. Good wages.
Apply Anson's Shoe Store. 5223
WANTED 20 to 55 colored lab
orers. Wages $3 per 10-hour
day. Apply at once, Goulding
Fertilizer Works.
5238
WANTED A good bookkeeper,
male or female. Apply Mayes
Printing Co. 5227
WANTED Thirty first-class form Car
penters, $7.70 per ten-hour day. Fifty
first-class Pile Driver Men, $4.75 per nine
hour day. One hundred Water Dockmen,
$4.75 per nine-hour day. One hundred
Laborers of all kinds, $3.35 per nine-hour
day. One year's work for all. Workmen
meet foremen every morning at 6 o'clock
at corner Palafox and Main streets, Pen
sacola. taking 6:15 o'clock oar for work
at navy yard. Office No. 614 American
National Bank Building. Hours 7 a. ra. to
12 noon. City phone 636; navy yard phone
120. F. G. Proudfoot & Co.. Pensacola,
Fla.
WANTED Woman for general housework
Either white or coiored. Phone-J2ol.
525S
WANTED Carpenters at War
rington Beach. Good pay. The
Austin Company.
WANTED Three messenger toys with
wheels. Apply Balkcom Drug Co. 4795
WANTED 15 to 2D laborers.
30c per hour, 9-hour day. Ap
ply west of Little Bayou bridge
to road foreman. - 47 60
WANTED Two white delivery boys with
oicycies. Apply central Pharmacy. 4813
WANTED Motormen and Con
ductors, experienced or unex
perienced, permanent, no labor
trouble, wages 35c to 39c per
hour. Men who have worked one
month or more now making from
$3 to $4.25 per day. $72.00 per
month guaranteed, whether you
are assigned to work or' tint. I
-
Splendid Opportunity Of Securing
, ,. , , . !
t uiMiiv.i w uivuuyivii iiiub t, 1
be very desirable after thejivar, j
when you Trill be high on senior- j
ity list. Mobile Light & Railroad
Company, Mobile, Ala.
'
.
ARTESIAN WELLS
ARTESIAN WELLS Will put in well
4 to 20 inches diameter, any dpeth, and
guarantee water. Write for full informa
tion. Grav Artesian Well Co-, P. O. Box
1077 or Phone 46. . 517
WANTED FAT PINE
' WOOD V
LIGHTWOOD Consisting of
fat dead limbs, knots and tree
trunicf. .
STUMPWOOD Consisting of
fat stumps and roots.
Due to increased freight and
other rate advances affecting the
cost of production we have in
creased the price we pay for the
above classes of fat wood, effec-
tiv .Tut v Inf.
If you are Interested, write
us and we will quote you price
F. O. B. your station and make
all necessary arrangements for
During the lull in the crop
season Farmers should ;take ad
vantage of the high price paid
for fat wood and clear the
stumps -rrri elds.
NEWPORT TURPENTINE &
ROSIN CO., Inc.
Bay Minette, Ala
NEWPORT TURPENTINE
ROSIN CO. OF FLA.
Pensacola. Fla.
PIANO TUNING
Save money by having your
piano tuned, regulated and clean
ed regularly each year.
We guarantee to please you
Estimates free.
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. Thomas, Manager.
18-20 E. Garden St.
Phone 791
LEGALS.
In Escambia County Circuit Court,
State of Florida
In Chancery
Mattie Denmark
vs. : ' ' '. ."'""
CV-JL Denmark ; .- a. .
On Monday, the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1918, the defendant, C. A. Denmark,
is. required to appear to the bill 'filed
against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for eight . consecutive weeks in the
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper published
in said Escambia County.
(Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 5th, 1911.
1641 Gseptoaw8w
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given, that under that
certain execution issued "from the Circuit
Court of Escambia County, Florida, in
favor of Traders Brokerage Company and
against R. B. Hargis, I have levied upon
and shall expose for sale at public .outcry
to the highest bidder within the legal
hours of sale before the County- Court
House door m the City of Pensaco.a
County of Escambia, State of Florida, on
the first Monday in December, A. D., 1918,
the following described real estate, situ
ate, lying and being in the City of Pen
sacola. Escambia County, Florida, to
wit:
Lots Five (5) and S!t (61 in Blo-k "A.
and Lots Eight (8), Nine (9), and Ten
(10) ill BlocK 316, all in tne New C...
Tract, according to Watson's map. Deed
at cost of purchaser..
J. C. VAN PELT, ;
Sheriff of Escambia County, Florida.
1671
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for constructing the
Crestview-Camp Walton Road, the Na
tional Forest Road Project located in
Okaloosa County, Florida, will be received
by the District Engineer, Bureau of
Reads, IT. S. Department of Agriculture,
at 917 Bell Building,- Montgomery, Ala
bama, until 12:00 o'clock noon Tuesday,
November 12. 1918, after which time they
will be publicly opened and read. Right
Im reserved to reject any and all bids, and
none will be considered except from con
tractors ascertained to be experienced
and responsible.
The length of the project to be con
structed is approximately 27.92 miles, and
the principal items of work are- clearing
and grubbing, grading, . surfacing with
sand-ctaj', and building timber bridges
and culverts.
Plans and specifications in contract
form and estimates of quantities may be
examined by responsible contractors at
the office of the District Engineer, Mont
gomery, or at the office of the Forest
Supervisor, Pensaeola, Florida.
All proposals must be made on forms
and in accordance with instructions form
ing a part of the specifications above re
ferred to. ,
J. T.- BULLEK,
District Engineer.
In Escambia County Court ef Record,
State of Florida In Chancery..
Fred A. Watts, by his next friend. Gilbert
A. D. 1918, the defendant, Lillian-Watts,
defendant. 5
. it n . . . , -1
On Monaay, ine -no aay or uterniwr,
A. D. 19918, the defendant. Lillian Watts.
is requires to appear 10 me ou niea
against her herein.. .. . iu xjauc succi.
This order to be published once each! v
week for four (4 consecutive weeks in
The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia county. '
(Seal) A. M. McMILLAN,
wierK woyrt or Kecord.
xttr T. TmorPT T t-
Pensaco'a. Fla., October 24. 1918.
O. W. Girdlestone, Complainant's At-
torney.
ln EsCambia county court f Record,
T2r?lorS' e
Gregory, defendant
iA. D. 1918. the defendant, Maggie Gregory.
is required to appear , to the blli filed
I against her herein.. t
'week for four. (4) consecutive weeks
1 n is oruci ii yuuiMiim unwe men
in
Try a Journal Wajit Ad.
Want to Sell Something?
w:f-"rlAWO or three rooms, fur
Partly furnished for light
lirTTTi s" feier worth or East Hill,
t . tterence exchanged.
QM-g journal.
WAi5EWnh desirable people. small
housekeeping apartment by naval offi
cer ana wue. Adore F. D. T. ear nt
Journal.,
5089
WANTED R
Ch5"n..ScleBC- Worth reading. Bead
IV c- Aaaresa author, Elizabeth
B. Hughes, or call 507 Hayne street, Pen
sacola, Fla - . . 4g50
vvN tkd Sewi ng machines to repair.
way buy a machine when your old one
nSfB,JS e00 as ever. Ring 791.
1 will call. Work guaranteed IS East
Garden street, j. H. Blakesley. 4011
WANTED Tour job printing and orders
for engraving of all kinds, calling cards,
wedding invitations, ete. MATES PRINT
1NO CO. 2 West Government. 51 fi
HIDES, WOOL, Sheep Skins,
Goat Skins, Scrap Iron, Rags,
Bones, Cotton, Rope, Metals and
all kinds of junk. Highest prices
paid by the PENSACOLA HIDE
AND METAL CO., 127 E. Zarra
gossa St., Phone 299. '
POSITIONS WANTED
in memory of Mr. Frank u. Mayes,
and In recognition of the spirit Of
ttelafumeea that was hie. The Journal
will Insert under this eiaselflcatlen,
I'M advertisements er thee In need
er employment.
PHARMACIST, registered in North Caro-
- una ana ueorgta, wm taae 300 witn
aaJ&rv. Addrn "Ph.nn.cUt m Pun.
prospect of buying all or interest in good
drug store. Give full particulars and
sacola Journal, Pensacola, Fla. 5225
YOUNG LADY wishes position 'as clerk,
casmer or office assistant, jsxeerience
in two latter. A. L., care Journal.
POSITIO NWANTED By reliable man as
watchman, or anything pertaining to
same Peter F. Strother, 1309 W. Jack
son street. City.
WAN TED -B y an elderly man, a place as
elevator operator. Have had eight
years experience. Address T. H. M., 416
W. Romano street, city. 10-19-18
POSITION WANTED Time-keeper or
bookkeeper, with 12 years' experience.
Address H. A. P., 24 South Spring.
WANTED Position as helper or laborer.
or anything a man can do. Herbert
Lindstroum, 238 W. Government St.
POSITION WANTED Experienced salesr
ladv, or clerical work. Address C. C,
care of Journal. 10-1S-18
YJihE BICYCLES
CASH OR CREDIT
T. T. Went worth Jr.
Cor. Belmont and Oavls
REED'S "BETTER BREAD"
For Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORES '
REED'S SANITARY BAKER
Palafox and Gregory Streets
The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia county.
(Seal) A. M. McMILLAN.
Clerk Court of Record.
By A. L. TIDWELL. D. C.
Pensacola. Fla., October 24, 1918.
C. W. Girdleotone, Complainant's At
torney. " " '
In Escambia County Court of Record,
State of Florida In Chancery.
Rosa Jackson, complainant, vs. William
Jackson, defendant.
On Monday, the 2nd day of December,
A. D. 1918, the defendant, Wliliam Jack
son, is required to appear to the bill filed
against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four (4) consecutive-weeks in
The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia county.
(Seal) A. M. McMILLAN,
Clerk Wourt of Record.
- By A. L. TIDWELL, D. C
Pensacola, Fla, October 24, 1918..
W. Girdlestone, Complainant's At
. torney. '
In Escambia County Court of Record,
State of Florida ln Chancery.
Mary Ellen Murray, complainant,, vs.
Alfred Murray, defendant.
On Monday, the 2nd day of December,
A. D. 1918, the defendant, Alfred Murray,
is required to appear to the bill filed
against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four (4) consecutive weeks,, in
The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said. Escambia county.
(Seal) A. M. .McMILLAN.
Clerk Court of Record.
Bv A. L. TIDWELL. D. C.
Pensacola, Fla.. October 24. 1918.
C. W. Girdlestone. Complainant's Attorney.-
-notice-r -'
We will again operate our
bakery Saturday, October 20.
t. . . nil.
FenSaCOla Bakery CO., 9tp AVC
mJ t T.. ..4- - K
TAXI SERVICE
FIG CITY TAXI SERVICE
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
Leave the Barkdull Land Company s of
fice, a. tr. and 3 p. m,
Leave Fig City, 9:30 a. n. and 3:30 p. ra.
Round trip, 0c
498C
FOR IMMEDIATE
SALE
1 Oakland and 1 Liberty Car
UNITED AUTO SALES CO.
21 West Romana Street
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED An intelligent young lady as
office assistant. Apply Room L Masonic
Temple. ; . 5216
WANTED At once, neat colored girl, 14
to 18 years, to nurse baby. Apply 1620
North Sixth avenue.
WANTED---First-class washwoman. Ap-
ply 211 West Cervantes. .
WANTED A good woman. Apply 811 N.
Spring street. Liberal wages to the
right party.. - 5127
Government Clerk Examinations
in Pensacola Nov. 2, Dec. 7.
12,000 women clerks needed.
Salary $1200. Experience un
necessary. Women desiring gov
ernment positions write for free
particulars, R. E. Terry (former
civil service examiner), 814 Col
umbian Building, Washington.
5214
EE Colored giri for general nouse.
flvTnr. Ap?Iv Garfield's residence. 20th
avenue and De Soto street or phone 1401.
a070
WANTED At ohce a good cook. Apply
Pensacola Hospital. soil
WHTEch001 eirl to helP wit" "h
aren, ail time or rnf, tin. 11.. r . .
thea, 301 East Gadsden street. 50056
WA?"TTuED Experienced combination
DOOKkeeDer and stenmrnnh.. .,..
lumber experience preferred. Answer in
own handwriting. Lumber Bookkeeper,
care Journal. 4813
WANTED Settled colored woman for
general housework. Privilege of .'iving
on premises if desired. Apply 913 n.
Palafox. 4-3
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of the
Fan-American College, Rooms 274 to 289
Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wait
in' . 4541
WANTED White .and
Empire Laundry.
colored help at
MlbCELtJLANEU US"
STRING INSTRUMENTS repaired by J
H. Blakesly. 20 East Garden St., Tele
phone 791. -v" 8d
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DF.NTiST.
Saw Teeth Properly 1 rented, also
Grinding Knives, Shears. Etc. Hand
Saws, 25c. 223.E. intendencia St.. Pn.
sacola. Fla- . 2j4)5
EDUCATIONAL
MRS. ELIZABETH CLINE BAfA, Teach.
fer of piano and voice. Graduate Toron
to Conservatory. Studied with best Mas
ters Carnegie Hall. Studio 50 E. Gregorv
St. Phone 1267. $24
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For Best and Neatest Work ii
Repairs. All Work Guaranteed
; 321 North DeVillier Street
Phone 2032 -
TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS
PEPSIA, TAKE A
Dyspepsia
Tablet
Before and Aft
er Each Meal
25 Cents Box
TUB CRYSTAL PHARMACY
EVERLASTING
Fabrics Company
106 South Palafox
WATCH WINDOWS
. POSS
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Street
122124 South Palafox street
Ladies' Garments and Fine
Millinery.
'THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP
AFTER ALL."
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL.
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HOME OPPORTUNITIES
606 East Gadsden Street, large eight-room cottage, or a
double four-room apartment.
411 East Gadsden Street, six rooms.
1602 East Moreno Street, corner of 16th avenue and 13th
, " Street, six rooms, lot 120xl37i2, south front. .(:
We have one or two houses on which we can take vacant '
lots as part payment.
Pensacola Finance Company
We Always Have
PHONE 367
WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rent two or three light
housekeeping 'rooms. Must be clean and
jf "P town. Apply L. E. o, care
JournaL y 6222
WANTED Couple want small
modern furnished apartment'
with good Deonlp. fr.
Will consider small furnished
nuaress J3. jl,. car.e
Journal, or phone 292, Air. Bay
less, j
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES j
w. o. w. i
-'y? Oak Camp, No. I. Woodmen of the
World meets first and third Tuesday
2,s.. ..for rt!B-lr meetings. Woodmen
HalL 11 and 117 West Garden street! '
r ,,, CLYDE LITTLE, 1
W. H. WHITE. c. C
Clerk.
PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F.l
Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, I. O. O. -.,i
meets every Thursday at S:00 p. m. in
Ratford Hall, corner Baylen and Belmont '
streets. Visitors cordially invited. i
J. W. DAVIDSON. N. O. I
C. L. WILKINS. Secretary. I
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacola Council, No. 35, Junior Ofder
United American Mechanics .meets sec
S"d ,aIi.ir?.urth Mondays, p. m.. at
w r.f p- nan 111 Intendencia St., over
McHugh Store. Visiting brothers cor
ciiauy invited.
' F. E. TUGWELL,
F. P. DILLARD. Con. :
Recording Secretary.
ORDER OF OWLS
Deep Water Nest No. 1S16 meets first
and third Fridays, 7:300 p. m., at W.
O. W. Hall, 103 W. Romana street.
J. G. YN1ESTRA..
M. E. MORET. . '
Secretary. "49 IS
F. A. A. M.
Regular communication of Pen
sacola Lodge. No. 42. F. Jt- A M
Thursday. October 24. 1918. t-t3n
p. m.. K. of P. hali, tlti East
Intendencia. street. v
degree. Visiting brothers fraternallv -'i'n-
VIt,tdV, I- L- FAB1SIN.-KI.
E. E. WHITE, if.
; Secretary.
F. & A. M.
Special
V camiiia Ix
Z JT Friday, Oc
Work in e
Special communication of Ke.
I-Odge, .No. 15, F. & A.'M..
October 25th, at 7:30 n.'Vn.
e VI A ilsrr Vioit,.
brothers .fraternally invited. ' .
W. Fv. Blaa. Secretary.1-0- M'
When Baby is Teethind
QROVE'S BABY BOWEL MEDICINE
will correct the Stomach nd Bowel
troubles. Perfectly harmless. So
directions on the bottle. ; Ad
The Parlor Market
"Home of All That's Pure"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES
173 PHONES 174
"Let Us Make You Make
Good With a Kodak."
KEYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
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TAR WO
We are in the markei for large
quantities of TAR WOOD. We
have furnished a steady market
for this for 17 years.
In some cases we can furnish
motor trucks for hauling to rail-
! 1 A 1 J J 1 1
roaa at lower cose man wnen
hauled with teams.
a
Good profit in shipping. Terms :
Spot cash as soon as shipments
are unloaded.
Prices are "War Time" prices
Very high.
Write for detailed instructions
for preparing, prices, etc.
Pensacola Tar & Terpentine
Company
GULLPOINT, FLA,
Houses For Sale"
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ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent

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