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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5. 1915.
PAGE SEVEN e M Ad 0pp)Brtiiniities Phone 1500 From 7 a. m. to 7 p.o. Phone 38 From 7 p. m. to 1 a. m. RENT YOUR SPARE ROOMS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS IT WILL HELP YOUR GOVERNMENT h WANTED wan'TED Middle-aged man or womai nieht work of n interesting" char woman Requirements are good education V accuracv. vvorK is iigxxx. ana wouia awal especially to person of studious I,,,. who is not physically able to un j -take erduous work. Salary at start $9 vec-'-t. with advancement. Hours 6:30 ji, to 3 Address, Night, care n-xVTED Ilundredhusbands to make frWncements to buy their wives an -foiON" Phonograph ' for Christmas. Jz'.v at once to Watson, Parker & RteaeCo- - iriKTED Sewing macftlnea to repair. ivtT buy a machine when your old one ,, be made as good as ever. Ring- 791. i rill call. Work guaranteed 18 East Harder, gtreet. J. H. Blakesiey. 4081 vNTED Your Job printing and orders Vrr enslaving of all kinds, calling cards, redding invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT ING CO. 24 West Government. 516 HELP WANTED MALE HFLP WANTED Boy between the age of 12 ."d H years, or girl between the n"'e of 14 and 16 years to act as office bov Apply Blount, Blount & Carter. 5369 ,nvTED boy to work in printing office. Appiy iicij(c rnuuug vu. t Government at. 53S0 WANTED A colored janitor. Journal of fice. ; 13 GOVERNMENT NEEDS HUNDREDS CSERKS fr Income Tax, Customs, In teraal Revenue. Pensacola examinations soon 'Salary 1,200-J2.000. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars regard ir.c examinations, write Raymond Terry, (former Civil Service Examiner, 2S14 Co lumbian Building. Washington. 5377 I I II .11 " 111 I ! PIMIIIII !! I tr 1 1 ' WANTED Six men for husking corn and stripping cane; also one good milker. Phone 5201 after 7 p. m. Magnolia Farms, Muscogee, Florida. 5305 WANTED Two white delivery boys with, wheels. Apply Crystal Pharmacy 5273 WANTED Carpenters at War rington Beach. Good pay. The Austin Company. WANTED Three messenger boys with wheels. Apply Balkcom Drug Co. 4795 WANTED 15 to 20 laborers, 30c per hour, 9-hour day. Ap ply west of Little Bayou bridge to road foreman. 4760 WANTED Two white delivery boys with bicycles. Apply Cuntral Pharmacy, 4613 WANTED A young man to collect. Address L. X., care Journal. WANTED Boys to carry routes. Apply Circulation De partment, Journal office,"' WANTED ! 100 Water Dockmen, Wages $1.75 Per Nine-Hour Dcy. Meet foreman every morning at 6 o'clock at corner Palafox and Main streets, Pensacola, taking electric car at 6:15 for work at navy yard. City office No. 614, American National Bank building. Hours 7 a. m. to 12 noon. City phone, 636. Navy Yard phone, 120. F. G. PROUDFOOT & CO, Pensacola, Florida. Vv ANTED Motormen and Con ductors, experienced or unex perienced, permanent, no labor trouble, wages 35c to SSc per hour. Men who have worked one month or more now making from 53 to $4.25 per day. $72.00 per month guaranteed, whether you ire assigned to work or not. Splendid opportunity of securing 1 Permanent situation that will be very desirable after the war, when you will be high on senior ity list. Mobile Light & Railroad capany, Mobile, Ala, WANTED TO BUY A.Vted TO BUY Direct from owner. 1rs X. Y. r t room cottage or bungalow. Ad- care Journal. 6354 xaxTed A good cow. Phone -1667. ANTED To buy a farm of about 100 .'o' .,,th improvements, located wlth- miles of Pensacola on or near good i'-M, ' AIust be good clay subsoil. -"rne for raising crops. Don't want too priced proposition, but good land. vvirade direct with owner. Ad-Y- Z., Postoffice Box 1628. 5319 TKDrTo buv four or six fr shop for cash. Apply V. ' f, Journal. chair S. G.. 5427 .LL(JW D G LE An a bicycle. Qood ARTESIAN WELLS .v r"wul put in wells ' OrSvilX... JUnforma. or Phone it w- "22 1 THE WATSON AGENCY RENT COLLECTIONS, MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE NO, 7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 54 HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Girl or woman capable of taking care of small child. Apply Quality Shop. 78 B, Wright st. v 5395 WANTED White and Empire Laundry. colored help at WANTED A nurse, Apply 111 W. Gon zaiez street. ads: AP 5412 WANTED A competent house girl ply 911 West Garden. WANTED Stenograpner, male or female. Apply in own hand writing, stating ex perience. Swift & Co. - 5268 WANTED An intelligent young lady a3 onice assistant. Apply Room 1, Masonic Temple. 5218 WANTED -At once a good cook. Apply Pensacola Hospital. io4s CrVTI SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Pen sacola, Nov, 16, Dec. 7. 12,000 women clerks needed. Salary $1,200. Experience unnecessary. Women desiring govern ment positions write for free particulars, Raymond Terry, (former Civil service- Ex aminer), 814 Columbian Building, Wash ington. . 537S WANTED Experienced combination bookkeeper and stenographer, one with lumber experience preferred. Answer in own handwriting. Lumber Bookkeeper, care Journal. 4813 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register with the employment department of the Pan-American College, Rooms 274 to 289 Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wait ing; 4541 WANTED A competent clerk. Apply Sol Cahn between 2 :80 and 5 o'clock. Good wages to right party. WANTED Barber, 65 per cent., guarantee $30 week. Union shop. J. A. Hicks, Pensacola, Fla. mi ii. nw .iw.iiiii ii (V ANTED Short order cook, colored pre ferred, Male or female. Apply imme Jjately. S. A. Friedman Cafe, corner of Palafox and Zarragossa streets. 5440 WANTED waitresses. Respectable white Apply Hughey's Restaurant. WANTED A good cook. Good wages to right party. Apply 704 North Palafox street. 5447 WANTED TO RENT WANTED Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, within walking distance. Address E. N. J., care Journal. WANTED- Light housekeeping rooms by couple with baby. Must be near steel Shipyards. Not particular about conveniences. Will be permanent Address P. W. H. Journal. r .5407 WANTED By 2 gentleman board and room with private family close to car line. " ,wer A. J-. care Journal office. WA. TED A roomy house. Will pay reasonable rent. Room 512, San Carlos .VTED TO RENT Furnished house In od location immediately. Apply APt, 324 San Carlos Hotel. &3 WANTEIK-To Rent, five room cottage or apartment. Must be completely furnished. Apply N. F. B.. care of Journal. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Readers for Thinkers vs. Christian Scienee. Worth reading. Read it. Price 25c. Address author, Elizabeth B. Hughes, or call 507 Hayne street. Pen sacoia. Fla. s3&3 WANTED FAT PINE WOOD LIGHTWOOD Consisting of fat dead limbs, knots and tree trunks. STUMPWOOD Consisting fat stumps and roots. Due to increased freight and other rate advances affecting the co3t of production we have In creased the price we pay for the above classes of fat wood, effec- tlVA Jplv l.t. 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 stmTtr m olds, NEWPORT TURPENTINE & ROSIN CO., Inc. Bay Minette, Ala. NEWPORT TURPENTINE & ROSIN CO. OF FLA. Pensacola. Fla. HIDES, WOOL, Sheep bkins, 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 -fa memory of Mr. r-rantc U. Mayss. and In recognition f the spirit off helpfulness that was his. The Journal will Insert under this classification ree advertisements for thoas In need WAMi-JJ wooaeeper. a years of age, wants position. Two years' experience. Draft exempt. Call 904 Wilson. . F RESPONSIBLE middle aged man and wife desire position as caretakers on small farm, suitable for stock and poultry raising. Am experienced truck farmer and understand stock and poultry raising, Would be willing to work on shares with owner. Would prefer place near railroad. Address Caretakers, care Journal. PHARMACIST. registered in North Caro lina and Georgia, will take oo with prospect of buying all or Interest in good drug store. Give full particulars and salary. Address "Pharmacist." care Pen sacola Journal. Pensacola, Fla. 5225 POSITION WANTED Experienced sten ographer desires position. Address L A care Journal. POSITION WANTED For High school boy after school hours. Experienced in office work and stenography. Good ref erence. ' POSITION WANTED By young lady with general o..ce experience. Some knowledge of shorthand and typewriting. Address 1211 E, Brainard street. FOR RENT FOR RENT One furnished room with bath. Phone. Gentleman preferred. 1317 N. 14th Ave. Phone 1667. 5415 FOR RENT Three room apartment, bath, gas. Completely furnished. Apply 1103 E. Jackson st. 5398 FOR rent one nice furnished front room close in. Apply 115 NY Bay len st. - 5391 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light house keeping. Apply to 932 E. Strong st, or phone 1795. 5411 FOR RENT For the winter, three room cottage furnished suitable for a refined couple, 1 1-2 blocks from car line. Gas, electric ' lights and toilet. East Hill. Rent in advance $25.00 per month. Apply 1414 E. Brainard st, 5409 FOR RENT Small room adjoining bath in private home; gentlemen preferred. 214 W. Gregory street. Phone 1606. TOR RENT Coy, furnished room and small kitchen for light housekeeping; all modern conveniences; walking dis tance; on car line. 806 North Alcanis. FOR RENT Four 521 W, Garden. unfurnished rooms. 5421 FOR BENT Wanted to rent to par ties without children, a pew piano. Phone 1667. - 541T FOR RENT One neatly rurnlshed room with private entrance, use of bath, gas. In private family on car line? Two blocks from Post Office. 338 W. Government 5t. 6370 FOR RENT One nicely furnished room with board, suitable for two getnlemen. Phone 2020. 531 FOR RENT One neatly furnished room with private entrance, electricity and bath, with private family; one block csr line, 815 East Gadsden. 5432 FOR RENT Furnished room for gentle men. Apply 35 E. Gregory street or phone S29. 5430 FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms with modern conveniences. Close in. Apply 40 E. Chase street. 5437 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms out children. On the car line. Address or light housekeeping to couple with 1012 N. Alcanlz street 5439 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished con necting rooms for lig-ht housekeeping. Prefer party without children. Location on East HUL Address 1211 E. Brainard street. - " 5436 FOP. RUNT Large two-gtory pebbled dash house, completely furnished. Pos session by January 1st- For particulars phone, write or see H. T. Reese, 33 S. Palafox .street. Phone 1761. FOR RENJC -our Old store room on South Palafox. -Inquire new store of Ever lasting Fabrics Co., opposite San Cai Hotel. 5.30s FOR RENT 4 room vurnisnea apartment to people of refinement. No children. Garage. 1224 E. Strong St. 6858- FOR RENT Pleasant room furnished, modern conveniences, private entrance. walking distance. Gentlemen or couple without children, 800 E. Gadsden St. 6402 FOR RENT OR SALE 93 acres land in Baldwin county: also 45 acres under good wire fenee, five miles north of Mus cogee, Fla., on CI F. & A. R. R. Address C. A. Hilhun, 226 West Roroana street. 5236 FOR RENT --On paved street Just inside city limits, acre good ground, with two room house, to one person or couple; no children, Address 534, care Jourr-aU FOR RENT furnished room for one or two gentlemen: Dam aojpms. l North Baylen. Phone 1209. 5315 FOR RENT Three furnished bed rooms. with bath and use of phone, en car ine within walking distance of town- Gentlemen preferred. Apply 1114 East La Rua street, or phone 1057. 5336 FOR REN 1 Palafox street stores fork rent 327-329 (Moog's) from October 1,1918. Phone 22, Knowles Bros. Agency MISCELLANEOUS L. BLEDSOE, Upholster, Furniture, Carpet and Matting, Shades and Lino- eum Worker. Carpets, Art Squares and Rugs cleaned and ecoured- Leave orders at Harrison Bros. Phone 606. 6366 OLD COMFORTS recovered and new ones made, 213 East intendeneia street S341 STRING INSTRUMENTS repaired by J. j tl. BiaKesiy, zo i;ast uaraen St.. Tele phone 71. M DR. HA MILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth Properly ireatea. also Grinding Knives, Shears, Etc. Hand saws. 25c 223 E. Intend encla. St. Pen. eacola. Fla. MftS NOTICE , W, E. Lazelle, expert piano tuner and repair man. Phone 204 FOR SALE FOR SALE OR EXCHANOBJ miles - from courthouse, highly Improved, 0 cre farm, suitable for truck, chicken or dairy farm. Write R. P. Reese, pensa cola, P. O. Bw UK. 147 LIBERTY DAIRY FEED T , MAKES 1 . . ' MORE , - ' . MILK " PENSACOLA FEED COMPANY. ; FOR SALE -Motor boat. 28x8. Beautiful rtmmA model. Enrfne reeentlv over, hauled and in good condition. E. G. Car- ter. 405 Thieeen building. 5228 FOR SALE An Indian Twin Motor cycle used only ten months and In first clans condition. Price, J 135,00 T. L. Hancock. Phone 1160 , 6397 FOR SALE A large range, round ta ble -and ice box. Phone 488 or ap ply 811 N, Sprint; st 6398 FOR SALE Wicker baby carriage in good condition. Phone 1792. FOR SALE A small house located two . blocks south of croeote- plant. Ten min utes' - valk from shipyard. City water. (200 win take it. Balance on lots to be paid f 25.00 every three months... H. B. Roberts. 5444 FOR SALE Wicker baby carriage in tgood condition. Phone 1792.. FOR SALE Buick Four Touting car In first class condition. A bargain Apply 507 N. Hayne st. 5399 FOR SALE Loggingr Equipment About 3 miles of rail, Small locomo tive. Skidders, etc. P. O. Box 415. Norfolk, Va. 5400 FOR SALE One white porcelain drain board. Phone 1667. 5414 FOR SALE One shoat, one male calf and a few young gxats. Address M. R. R. A., BOX 883, 5392 FOR SALE One two speed Twin In dian Motorcycle In ?rood condition. Apply 1818 E. Pe oto st 5406 acres, house, earn ruu or nay, iz cmc en houses, 2S0 hens worth 500. pigeon house, 125 Hemr pigeons. Engine house, gasoline engine, pump and tank; horse, wason. buggy, brood sow, two incuba tors two hovers, brooder, grist mill, clover cutter, - sprayer, wnet Jr. seeder ana cultivator, plow cultivator, and lots of small tools. 20 pecan. 20 Sataumas, some grapes, flgs. peaches, plums, pears, grape fruit, cherries, strawDemes, uooa jau garden planted. Situated three miles north west of Fort Barrancas, 400 yards from church and school; off the Gulf Beach Highway, Everything goes for 12100. and for quick sale will include 840 range heater and pome furniture. Answer right away and get the Biggest farm bargain in the country. Albert Pike, Route 2, Box 72. pensacola, Fla. -. 6338 FOR SALE Four tons loose hay at a bargain. Apply Barkdull Land Co. 6438 FOR SALE Five, passenger Overland Touring Car. Electric lights and start er. Can be seen at 806 N, Hayne. 5434 FOR SALE One baby bed and pwttress. Apply 1407 KBratnar4 street 5441 FOR SALE Bungalow for sde. F-.ve rooms, bath, electric, gas, sewer. Can give immediate pos session for next few days. Phone 1270. . . 5433 FOR SALE FOR SALE Show canes and other fix tures. Inquire new store of Everlasting Fabrics Co., opposite San Carlos Hotel. 5367 A BARGAIN 7-room cottage, 2000 West Jackson street. Corner lot, 75 feet front Jackson street, 150 feet deep ; south front. If taken this week, twelve hundred dollars. Terms. Lee Daniel, phone 684. 5342 FOR SALE One $40 Sun typewriter In good condition. Best offer takes it. See Campbell at Diffepderfer's Jewelry store. 5S38 FOR SALE One five-passenger Maxwell. Phone 1603. or pee L, A. King, 825 Bast Belmont street. FOR SALE One Ford truck in A-l con dition; new tires. Price, $400. Address Box 165, Muscogee,-' Fla, v 5J17 FOR SALJE Ope horse, harness and top delivery wagen: or will trade for good Ford car- Addfss 720 West Government street 5381 FOR SALE Studebaker car in A-l condition. four-passenger Apply ..W. H, Lewis, Box 86, Route A. FOR SALE Cut flowers, roses a special ty. Call 50 E- Chase or phone 1129. Gladys Vaughn. f 61 JO Drumhead, Succession, Early Flat Putch, by Express $2.00 per thousand; 5,000 lots, at $1.50. Pared Post prepaid, $8.0Q thou sand. Send for descriptive price list of other plants. CODEN NURSERIES, Coden, Ala, x FOR SALE OR TRADE Cash or terms. House and ten lote adjoining L. & N. depot at Bluff Springs. Also fifty acres good unimproved land that would he easily cleared: is on hard road and Rural Route, near McDavid. Titles perfeet Would trade either or both for property in or near Pensacola, giving or taking dlfffference. Write O. W. Reeve, No. t N. 12th avenue lor appointment. 4BIQ FOR SALE OR RENT One Krolich and Bach Piano, very ifcn usetu i-none 1420. " 537 FOR SALE Second hanfl srng ma. chines, all makes. 15.00 up, Gunaj. nteea. Reynsua musio nous. jrnon 1TJT, Want to Sell Something? Tnr a Tnnmal Want Ad. Ma FREED M AN BIQ BARGAINS IN Dry Goods. Press Goods, Ladies' fceady-to-Wear, Ladies' and cents' Furnlshlntr Good xlo EAST WRIGHT STREET LOST AND FOUND LOST -Key ring? containing; two small keys. Reward it returned to John Purdy American National Bank. 5894 FOUND Pair of nose- rfaases In Pastime theater. Call at Journal. - LOST One 30x3 automobile casing on" Barrancas road . between Government and E streets, or on E street 'Return to B. J. Borras. corner Baylen and Inten dencia. Reward. s 5426 LOST Small cameo brooch on Sunday evening between postoffice and 124 W. Belmont. Finder return to Journal of fice. LOST White Spits dog. Answers to name of Snowball. Return to Mrs. Mar zoni. 714 E. Larua. (443 FARM 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. q. Binkley, 202 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. 4997 TRSFER-TORAGE BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing, packing, storing. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES vv. o w Live Oak Camp, No', I, Woodmen of the World meets first and third Tuesday nights for regular meetings. Woodmen Hall. He and 1174 West Garden street. CLYDE LITTLE. W. H. WHITE. C. C Clerk. PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F. Peiuwtcola Lodge. No. 4, I. O. O. F., meets every Thursday at 8:00 p. m. In RalTord Hall,' corner Baylen and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially invited. , J. W. DAVIDSON, N. G. C I WIUCINS. Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensaeola Council, No. 33. Junior Order United American Mechanical .meets sec ond and fourth Mondays, s p. m.. at K. of P. hall. HI E. Intendeneia St.. over MeHugh atore. Visiting brothers cor dially invited. F. E, TUGWELL. . F, P. DTLLARD, Con. Recording Secretary. ORDER OF OWtS Deep Water Nest No. 116 meets first and third Fridays, 7;30O- p. m., at W. O. W. Hall. J05 W. Ro'nana street. J. O, YNIESTRA, President . . M. E. MORET, - - , Secretary 4915 ORDER EASTERN STAR Regular meeting of Florida Chapter No, 9, Q, E. S , Tues day. Nov. 5th. at 8 p. m. Visit ing members cordially welcomed MRS, EDNA S. BOBE, W. M. MRS. CARRIE C, CURTISS. W. M. Seo'y. REED'S 'BETTER BREAD" For Sale by ALL FIRST CLASS STORES REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Streets TAXISERVICT PIG CITY TAXI SERVICE Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays Leave th Barkdull Land Company's of fice. 9 a. m. and 3 p. m, Leave Fig City. 9:30 a. m. and 3;30 p. ra. Round trip, 50c 4986 PILINGS When you need pilings write us. We own the urn Per. - we nave tne teams 1 men at work, ready to cut, haul and de liver. BAY POINT MILL. CO.. , 6273 . pjnewood, Fla. 1 The CENTRAL PHARMACY "in the Heart of Peasacoia" The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM PIANO TUNING The music of a well tuned and regulated Piano, is like a sweet voice it has a correct and pleas ant influenced May we keep yours in this condition? We guarantee to please you. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. Thomas, Manager, 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791 YOURFALkSUIT $15 up London Woolen Mills Made to Your Individual Order 117 South Palafox Street PlNeACOCA'S LARGEST TAILORS Will C. Diffenderfer Jeweler Optician THE HOUSE OF RELIABLE GOODS 14 South Palafox Street ; rr TAX COMMISSIONER GIVES TAX FIGURES Tallahassee," " Nov. 4. (Special) Tax commissioner J. v. jsurko gave out toaay ngures snowing me loiai assessment roll iur io, rb reponea ay me county as sessors. The figures in detail show the total valuation, the amount sswsceil against real estate, personal property and i am vM.ua. leiegTapn and .fuiiman uom- Blowing me increase on eacn, lOEsuicr win ma toiai increase over ivi t; iigures are as ionowe: - . Pet Total 1918 assessment.. 1353,627.529 Total 1917 assessment. . 322,216,073 Total net increase.... $ 31,411,452 9.748 Real Estate 1918 asaeSKmftnt t3K OOB SSI 1917 assessment 214,771,689 Increase ..$ 20.326,142 9,464 Personal Property 1918 assessment . . J70.6')9,114 69,264,012 1917 assessment Incrase $11,435,10319.293 Railroad. Telegraph and Pullman 191S assessment ....... S4S,610,056 1917 assessment 48,180,371 . Increase , $ 430,665 0.393 i The Railroad Mileage was. in 1918 6,088.63 1917 6.011.43 Increase, miles 77.11 1.28 The railroarl milpnsrfl fnr 1917 nn. 6,011.42 miles; in 1918, 6,083.53 miles, a gain of 77.11 miles or 1.28 per cent. Ex cluding the telegraph and Pullman Com panies, as shown by figures from the Comptroller's office, the assessment on HtVUO, 19 iwiu n s Pet. 191S $47,254,720 l17 45,994,922 Increase 259,798 or 0.55 Taking the mileage added in 1918 roll, if the valuation had been placed in same proportion es the 1917 assessment, it would have shown an increase of $606,149, Instead of $259,798, a net proportionate oss over 1917 of $346,850, or 0.73 per cent. The Tax Commission is very much gratified at the increase In personal property, as this class of property has been escaping taxation very largely here tofore. The greatest increase has been made in the following counties: - . - Real Personal Estate Property Pet, Pet. Alachua Flagler Gadsden 26 66 39 31 28 45 47 S3 93 57 37 92 26 Hillsborough .............. Lafayette Okeechobee ., Suwannee Taylor 47 25 The following nnunti.ii x in tha eolumn. showing a loss as compared with the 1917 roll. Of: Bav. 1.fi2 nr nn Cit rus, 1.55 per cent.; Leon, 1.43 per cent.; Osceola. 8.32 per cent.; . Santa Rosa, 7.65 pr Pens,; yraier, ' a.74 per cent. The counties more nearly approximating the fifty per cent, basis of assessment as agreed on, are In the order named; Pin ellas, Broward, Palm Beach. Okeechobee. Taylor, Buwannee. Lafayette, VolusiaU dingier, jsrevard, Bradford, and Lake. The lowest assessed, proportionally, are: Lern, Jefferson. Jackson, Lee, and Os reola. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, administratrix of the estate of William Hession, deceased, will, on the 6th day of March, A. D. 1919, present her final account and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Florida, and ask to be discharged from her said ad ministratorship. SARAH HESSION. Administratrix, Sep. 5, 1918r oam6m. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ABSOLUTE high class specialty proposition for real specialty salesman, regular or sideline. If interested write or phone A. B., care Manhattan hotel, for inter view. , -. BUY Gonzalez Corn Meal AT YOUR GROCERS. A ne taMe meal ground in Pensacola q ths oholcest milling oom M. F. Gonzalez & Co., Peneseola, Fla. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Commercial Department PHONE 2018 FALK'S North Palafox, Just Above Isis Theatre ,. Millinery and Ready-to-Wear EE3E O There are no better homes, price considered, offered on Che Pensacola market today, than 90Q North 6th Avenue, at .......... . $2,500 1108 East DeSoto Street at. :'. $2,500 -415 East Cervantes Street at. ...... .$2,500 Suburban home near Bayview Park, lot 190x265 feet, plenty of-fruit and ahade trees, comfortable 8 room dwelling, $2,500.00. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY RED CROSS NURSES HSVE FINE CLUB (N. El A. Special) London, Nov. 4 Among London's many clubs, the club for Red Cross nurses, at 42 Crosvenor place. Is de clared one of the most complete and comfortable in the city. It serves aa a half-way station and resting place for nur$es on their way to the front. and here they may And rooms and. lodsins until forwarded. The location is iceal, qfose to th5 American embassy, the Rod Cross headquarters, the American army and navy, and equally handy to London's; shopping and theater districts. Thef windows look straight inA th rt,( 49 Wava i of Buckingham Palace, and on nnv! afternoon, when the nurses have tea. v.-. IL . 11111 m ... uii uiu uiua iront aaicony, they cani often see. through tha t and queen strolling across tha broad' lawns behind the palace. Right Jn the heart of the great me-i tropolis, the club nevertheless boasts rooms where no slightest sound traffic Is heard. From the imner floor f one can get a magnificent panorama of London, and, with the aid of a map, can Idcuntlfy easilv St. .Tamps' rrir 1 Westminster Abbey, the' dome of St'j . uauicm-Bi, ine i names onager, i and, far down in the city, the top of the great monument. There are commodious lonntrM with big couches and easy chairs, with up-, holstery so thick that a wee nurso can almost lose herself in their cush-i ioned depths. Here are writing desks and little tables with Amprlcnn ' Pni. lish and French newspapers and mag- i azines. Beyond the drawing room is . a sunny conservatory, large enough to J be dignified by the name of "winter j garden." The dining room Is high j ceilinged and "clubby" with tiny sep-4 arate tables for nurses who wish to bi alone or to entertain friends. The "drawing room" is an l mm Ansa . hail of quaint shape, and its parquetry noor. Kept m a nigh state of polished perfection. What are the things about the ejub . hat the nurses appreciate mflstr somebody asked the suDerintenrint Iii Revan, the other day. :?ne mjugnt a minute, then bi 4 "Hot hulhs and breakfast jn y.ir Sleen and Ri( One of the rnost common cau vf ' insomania and restlessness is 1b3:.v--lionf , Take one of chambo.rialn Tr . lets immediately after supper a?: 1 i if you do not rest better and . l-?r better. They only cost a quarts!.- ...v Pan-American College of Commerce J. C. BEATTY, Manager Rooms 274 to 280 Brent Bplldli 20 S. PALAFOX ST. "BETTEft vuO.nfir I We are in the market 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 road at lower cost than when hauled with teams. j- Good profit in shipping. Termi : Spot cash as soon as shipment are unloaded. Prices are "War Time" prices Very high. Write for detailed instructions for preparing, prices, etc Pensacola Tar & Turpentine Company GULLPOINT, FLA. 5CH ! WOOD