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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1918.
i i FIFTEEN 1 The phone 1500 From 7 a. m. to 7 p. El. sit Ad Opportunities Phone 38 From 7 p. m. to 1a.m. ft RENT YOUR SPARE ROOMS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS IT WILL HELP YOUR GOVERNMENT Jour-halfs - - . .. .:. , , v.. . t i ' ' 1 WANTED (VTFIwHundred Husbands to wments to buy their Wiv 'ZJnv Phonograph for Chris make res an Christmas. -1,lk' tn Watson. Parker & ?,; CO. "TTvtED Sewing macnines to repair. ' bUy a machine when your old one Ring 791. ciR, J-ii Work guaranteed 1 East ' trL J- H. Blakesley. 4081 FTCHIXG CURTAINS, laundering i ? RnSSS to cZrsoVn Boi V n-wTFP AT ONCE Two or three girls , 'ovs for messenger service. Would rser triving employment after school piX Arr' Postal Tel. Co. 5499 w,v";-i -to buy r7-TKP-Your Job printing and orders e,av.n of all kinds cca. . ..'rt: invuauuuo, - . . . 618 iv. . CO. 2t West Government. . .! 'e"'r.t of references, wishes posl ,;', Address E. C. Long, Glenwood, .KirP! - WANTED Experienced stock man wants to hear from par ties interested in stock raising, who are able to finance paying proposition. For interview, write J. A. W., care Journal. 5512 HELP WANTED MALE u-wtfo boy to worit in printing uovornrr.ent t-t. 5360 ivWTKD Good size boy, 15 to 18 years f to wrap La.v;ivat,cij. Wrapper, care Journal. 5517 WANTED One first class blacksmith helper. sort ner nour. j.. u. xirux. ua H. I'alafox St. 5505 WANTED A man to board un porch. atiout four hours work. Must attend fn the purchase of lumber. Inquire lor Mrs. Mertchie on Barrancas Ave. and A Sr. Make bid including materials. 5507 tVANTKD Delivery boy chance of advancement. Hhv Shop. with bicycle. Apply Royal 5541 MKX Ace 17 to 55. Experience unneces sary. Travel; make secret investiga tions reports. Salaries; expenses. Amer- . a - -ton C! ran toreisn ueteciive ABenty, ioj, oi. IyOlliS. 5525 WANTED Party to do togging in Holmes rounty by contract and furnish neces sary teams and equipment. Wood Lumber Co.! 230 S. LaSalle St.. Chicago, 111. WANTED Two white delivery boys with bicycles. Apply Central Pharmacy. 4613 HELP WANTED, MALE Boy, 16 to IS vrars, mechanically enclined, for repair work. Good pay and advancement.- Ap ply Revnold's Music House. 5465 WANTED AT ONCE -Delivery boy with bicycle. .516 WHITE & WHITE. WANTED 15 to 20 laborers, 30c per hour, 9-hour day. Ap-riv- west of Little Bayou bridge to road foreman. 4760 WANTED A young man to collect. Address L. X., care Journal. WANTED Boys to carry routes. Apply Circulation De rarrment, Journal office. WANTED ! 100 Water JJockmen, Wag?s $1 75 Per Nine-Hour Day. Meet foreman every morning at 6 o'clock at corner P?.lafox 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. ANTED Motormen and Con ductors, experienced or unex Ferienced, permanent, no labor trouble, wages 35c to 39c per hour. Men who have worked one Jonth or more now making from & to $4.25 per day. $72.00 per fconth guaranteed, whether you ire assigned to work or not. splendid opportunity of securing "fiueiii, situation tnat win -e very desirable after the war, you will be high on senior- Kst. Mobile Light & Railroad Co Pany, Mobile. Ala. THE WATSOIST AGENCY RENT COLLECTIONS, MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE NO. 7 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET PHONE 54 AGENTS WANTED AGENTS Gasoline at 12c per gal. Wonderful Invention. Startles au tomobile world. Money back guaran tee. $10 to $20 a day easy. Write quick for territory. Wendell-Clements Co.. 20 W. Jackson, Chicago. 5526c AGENTS. Creigrtcn made $800 In 12 days. You can too. Star of Victory. Large Patriotic Pearl Painting on Convex glass holds Sailors or Soldier's Photo. Outselling everythin Free sample. Flashtric Co., 216 Clinton st.. Chicago. 552 6s AGENTS Sell Watershed Rain-Over coats. Collect your commission with order. We do delivering. Many fa brics and styles. Winter season start ing, ample on request. Ludlow Co., 7708 Cotton st, Dayton, Ohio. 5526a AGENTS Sheet Writers, street Men . Drop dead ones. You can coin money with our Patriotic Pictures. War Atlases, Maps, etc.,dollars worth samples, 25c postage. Huse Sales Co., Atlanta, Georgia. 5524 SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN For general mercantile trade in Fla., to sell a new proposition of merit. Attractive commission con tract for balance year and '19. $35.00 weekly for expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co., Wholesale Jewelers, 3445 Carlin Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 5523 HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED White and Empire Laundry. colored help at WANTED A woman to take care of house and children. Apply at SOS West Government street after five o'clock in evening. I am a sail maker. WANTED Music saleslady. One who can play piano and has ability to sell music. To such party we can offer an attractive' position with good salary. Ap ply at Kressi 5-10 and 25c Store. 5493 WANTED Experienced lunch counter girls. Apply San Carlos Grill. 5545 WANTED Reliable woman for general hnnsewnrlf. Rcfefenrca Also woman to take home washing. TZ5S Apply 011 N. Spring "IS WANTED A neat Xylite or colored girl, 15 or 16 years. Willing to help with housework and cooking. 1D01 N. Palafox street or Phone 1903. 5501 WANTED Young lady assistant. Must have some knowledge of .stenography State wages expected. Address P. 0. Box 653. 5486 LADIES Waterproof kitchen apron. Needs no laundering. Every housewife buys. Dainty, durable, economical. Big money. Sample free. Thomas Mfg. Co., 203 Round St., Dayton, Ohio. . ... ,4 WANTED An intelligent young lady as office assistant. Apply Room 1, Masonic Temple. 5216 WANTED At once a good cook. Apply Pensacola- Hospital. - 049 WANTED Experiences combination bookkeeper and stenographer, one with lumher 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 IT. S. GOVERNMENT wants thousands Clerks at Washington, ram-women girls, 18 or over. $100 month. Pensacola Fla., examinations Dec. 7. Common edu cation sufficient, with our coaching. Your country needs you. Help her and live in Washington during war times. Write Im mediately for free list positions open Franklin Institute, Dept. 61-J, Rochester, N. Y. 5473 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Readers for Thinkers vs Christian Science. Worth reading. Read It. Price 25c. Address autrror, Elizabeth B. Hughes, or call 507 Hayne street, Pen sacola. Fla. 5353 FA31TS AND DRESSES re-altored. Lat fst style; looks like new. Apply 823 E. Jackson street. oo3i 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. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY Direct from owner, 5 or 6 room cottage or bungalow. Ad dress X. Y. Z., care Journal. 5354 ' " ' m WANTED Trwin Indian Motorcycle. Ad dress W. R. Moore, Route A, Box 299, City. 5492 WANTED TO BUY Farm near city, with improvements. Give price, size and description. S. S. Hays, 1111 West 11th St.. Erie, Pa. 6490 WANTED To buy four or six chsir barber shop for cash. Apply V. S. G.. tare of Journal. 5427 WANTED TO BUY All kinds stoves. Oil. gas or wood, cooking or heating. Also sewing machines and mirrors. One gas stove for sale. Wilson Exchange, 230 S. Tarragona St. 5509 LOST AND FOUND LOST Collie dog. nine months old, an swers to name of Billie. Reward if re turned to West End Shoe Store, 321 N. De Viller, or 'phone 2032. - . 5458 FOUND Coat on north twelfth ave Owner may have same by identify ing property and paying for ad. Jour nal. ' . 5530 LOST Red Durand pig. Liberal re ward if returned to Arthur May, 1316 N. Davis. 5547 SUBSCRIBE FOn THE JOURNAL POSITIONS WANTED fn memory or Mr. p-rnk 1 Mayes, end in rteoanltlon of the spirit of helpfulness that wan hla. The Journal win insert wnaer tnio euscifloatlon ra advertisements for those In need of employment. TOTING .LADY with some experience wishes position as office assistant. Ad dress 403 E. Gregory St. A LADY-DESIRES position as saleslady. Some experience. Write for particulars. Box No. 49 Union. Fla. POSITION WANTED Afternoon stenO- : graphic work. Address A. B. C, care of Journal. 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. 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. Somn knowledge of shorthand and typewriting. Address 1211 E. Brainard street. SITUATION WANTED Certified ac countant, 33, exempt from draft, desires connection with first-class concern. Four teen years 'experience. Will undertake audits, reports, installing, or preparation of any kind of statistical or accounting returns. Spanish and English. J. R. Maceo-Nairne, Box 1312, Mobile, Ala. WANTED Situation by a refined woman in small family of adults. Will work diers' Department, care of Journal. . POSITION WANTED As foreman of a carpenter gang, of dock work, or house. Any construction work. Apply W. J. Petty, 117 N. Eth avenue. POSITION WANTED- As foreman over common labor. Can furnish men. o. H., care Journal. POSITION WANTED Young lady wishes position as stenographer or assistant bookkeeper. Address U. S. A., Care Jour- n WANTED Permanent position by A-l stenographer and clerk. Several years varied experience, principally railroad. Address "Stenog.," care Journal. " FOR SALE for salt: OR EXCHANGE 3V. miles from courthouse, highly improved, iO- acre farm, suitable for trucK. cnicKen or dairy tarm. Write R. P. Reese, Pensa cola.. P. O. Box 1432. 14a7 LIBERTY DAIRY FEED MAKES MORE MILK PENSACOLA FEED COMPANY. FOR RALE Mahogany flavehport, mirror and settee hall set, kitchen cabinet, one wicker center table, one oak library table. Call 1900 K. LaRua or Phone 1297. 5484 FOR- FA LB A- smalt house-located-4wo blocks south of crosote plant. Ten min utes' walk from shipyard. City water. $200 will take it. Balance on lots to be paid Sa.00 every three months. H. S. Roberts. 5144 FOR SALE Buick Four Touring car in firrt class condition. A: bargain. Apply 507 N. Hayne st. 5399 FOR SALE CHEAP Gent's Bike. Small size, good condition; Excelsior single motorcycle; fine Belgian hares, some reg istered. Apply at 816 N. 12th Avenue af ter 5:30 p. m. 5474 FOR SALE Mandolin, iron bed, mattress and springs. Apply 1700 E. Jackson street. 5476 M " ' 11 ' 1 I IM I . -I.. Ill- ' FOR SALE Motor boat 28 foot over all, seven and one-half foot beam, 8 horse Lathop engine. Good for towing or pleas ure. Address 2001 Barrancas Avenue. 6478 FOOR SALE Wicker rocxers, tea cart and table, sanitary bed couch, single cot. refrigerator, oil stove and oven, kitchen table and chairs, cooking utensils. chinaware. wash tubs, etc. Good condition. Mrs. Matthes. 301 East Gadsden Street. 5485 FOR SALE, Poultry and truck farm, 27 acres, house barn full of hay, 12 chick en houses, Z30 hens worth joOO, pigeon house, 125 Homer pigeons. Engine house, gasoline engine, pump and tank; hore, wagon, buggy, brood sow, two incuba tors two hovers, brooder, grist mill, clover cutter, sprayer, PJnnet Jr. seeder and cultivator, plow cultivator, s.nd lots of small tools. 20 pecan, 20 Satsumas, some grapes, flgs, peaches, p'.ums, pears, grape fruit, cherries, strawberries. Good fall garden planted. Situated three miles north west of Fort Barrancas, 400 yards from church and school; off the Gulf Beach Highway. Everything goes for $2100, and for quick sale will Include J40 range heater and some furniture. Answer right away and get the oiggeet farm bargain in the country. Albert Pike, Route 2, Box 72, Pensacola, Fla. 5328 FOR SALE Five-passenger Overland Touring Car. Electric lights and start er. Can be seen at 8JQ N. ilayne. 6434 FOR SALE One baby bed and mattress. Apply 1407 E. Brainard street. 5441 FOR SALE Show cases and other fix tures. Inquire new store of Everlasting Fabrics Co., opposite San Carlos Hotel. FOR SALE One five-passenger Maxwell. Phone 1602. or see L. A. King. 825 East Belmont street. FOR SALE One horse, tiarness and top delivery wagon: or Will trade for good Ford car. Address 720 West Government street. 621 FOR SALI3 Studebaker four-passenger car in A-l condition. Apply W. H. Lewis, Box 86, Route A. FOR SALF Cut flowers, roses a special ty. Call 60 Jfi. Chs ur noiift 1129. Gladys Vaughn. - 5130 FOR SALE OR TRADE Cash or terms. House and ten lots adjoining L, & N. depot at Bluff Springs. Also fifty acres good unimproved land that would be easily cleared; is or hard road and Rural Route, near McDavld. Titles perfect. Would trade either or both for property in or near Pensacola, .giving or taking difTfference. Write G. W. Reeve, No. f.16 N. -12th avenue for appointment 4120 TRANSFER STORAGE BINGHAM TR AN S F E R COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing, packing, storing. NOTICE Contractors and builders are hereby no tified owing to high cost of living Loc.il L'nion No. S B. M. B. of Pensacola scale FOR SALE OR RENT One Kranlch and Bach Piano. Very -little used. Phono 1420. ' . 635? mmmmm w .- DUYriUfi (US' ' chin, all make. $5.00 up. Ounax nteea. Heynalda Mcsic House, Phone 1T1T. L HI! FOR SALE Two team of mules, farm im plements and white leghorn chickens. J. W. Heisef, Roberts. Fla, 5461 FOR SALE Hardman mahoganv piano, uorleht grand. A-l condition. Cash bar- J gain Address a. a. f reeman, Warring- ton.- 462 FOR SALE About To bu. Xorto Rican Yams cheap. Address, Chae. A. Hil burn, 228 W. Romano. 6454 FOR SALE One dining room ' set com plete. Wardrobe, two chiffoniers, en amel bed, mattress and piano. Phone 1040 or call 1006 North Baylen street. 6481 FOR SALE Wood stove, good slxe and good repair. 309 West Brainard Street. Phone 16Q8 FOR BALE One HUpmbblle In fin con- ditlon. See Cerutl, Empire Laundry. 64M FOR SALE Large grocery refrigerator. Klein Grocery Company. ,i . , ... -.. ..i... i FOR SALE At a bargain; neat 7 room, one story residence, with 2 bath rooms, losets, servants' out house. Garage, Sreen house. Corner lot, 140 by 150 ft. West Belmont street. Phcne 892. 5413 FOR SALE Bargain. Harley-Davidson motorcycle, 3 speed, electric equipment. New tires. Motor just overhauled. . Ap ply Pensacola Buggy Works, 131 E. In- tendencia St. 5494 FOR SALE Gasoline launch, cheap. Good boat. Address jcan Hopkins, 2215 eth Ave. 491 FOR SALE One $33.00 buffet for $19.00, One $35.00, Bookcase for $19.00. One $42.00 bed complete for $22.00. One elec tric iron $3.50. Three pair curtains $4.75 One baby bed $6.00. Two $7.50 Rocking Chairs (Mission) $10.00. One $14.00 Settee (Mission) $10.00. One 514.00 Rug 9x12 $6.00. One $40.00 Rug 9x12 $24.00. See furniture at 1515 E. LaRua street or see C. A. Canady at S23 E. Gadsden street. 5602 FOR SALE Folding bed, wardrobe. Cen ter table, kitchen cabinet, kitchen safe, four burner oil stove with oven, and Smith Premier Typewriter; also 13 white leghorn hens and one rooster at $1.23 each. 766 West Garden.' v.. 5503 FOR SALE Edison phonograph and rec ords. Hot water boiler and stand for range in first class condition. Apply 8nt Barrancas Ave. 6600 FOR SALE Three lots, S. E. corner 14th avenue and Jack son street, on car line, overlook ing bay. Lovely home site. Be low market for quick sale. A. C. Binkley, 202 S. Palafox. 5467 FOR SALE CHEAP An eight- . room; house in East uenaa- cola Heights. Electric lights, electric water plant, garage and servant house. Phone 265, be tween 9 and 3 o'clock. 5480 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. 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 MISCELLANEOUS J. L. BLEDSOE, Uphblster, Furniture, Carpet and Matting, Shades and Lino eum Worker. Carpets, Art Squares and Rugs cleaned and scoured. Leave orders at Harrison Bros. Phone 606. 5366 STRING INSTRUMENTS repaired by J. H. Blakekly. 20 East Garden St., Tele phone 791. 1M4 DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTiST. Saw Teeth Properly Treated. stto Grinding Knives, Shears. Etc. Hand Saws, 25c. 223 E. intendencla St., Pon wacola. Fi. 3tn5 FOR SALE Small boy's bicycle, in gocc? condition. Edwin Pond, phone m0. t . ; 5544 FuR SALE Six March-hatched thor oughbred barred Playmouth Rock pullets and one cockrel. Prices reas onable. Apply 1213 E. Gadsden. FOR SALE One oak dining table, six oakt dining chairs, leather upholster ed, me round asbestos table mat, ono tfrree- burner Perfection oil stove and oven ij?ed two months, one cot ft nd mattress new. Phone 2210. 5540 FOR SALE Baby carriage, almost new; Oliver Typewriter, cheap. Mrs. M.itthce, 301 E. Gadsden street. 5536 NOTICE W. E. Lazelle, expert piano tuner and repair man. Phone 204 PIANO TUNING The music of a well tuned and regulated Piano, is like a sweet voice it has a correct and pleas ant influence. 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 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modem. 22?t2S!2r' l.ectrie llhts. Apply 132 Vfc iiaouuencia. 55061 FOR RENT 2. 3 and 4 roow apartments. East etfong street. 5453 F,R,ET"7OUr,ola 8tore room n south Palafox. Inquire new store of Ever lasting Fabrics Co., opposite San Carlo Hotel. SSU F.R. RENTFurnished room, adjoining bttnifrt r two gentlemen. Next to Y. M. C. A. Phone 844. FOR RENT Coay, furnished room and smell kitchen for light housekeeping; all modern conveniences; walking dis tance; en car line. 806 North Alcanlz. FOR RENT Pleasant room furnished. modern conveniences, private entrance,, walking distance. Gentlemen or -couple without children. v800 E. Gadsden St. 5402 FOR RENT One neatly furnished room with private entrance, electricity and bath, with private family; one block car line. 815 East Gadsden. 5432 FOR , RENTFurnl shed room for gentle men. Apply 36 E. Gregory street or phone 829. S430 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms out children. , On the car line. Address for light housekeeping to couple with 1012 N. Alcanlz street. 643 FOR RENT Furnished room, all mo dern conveniences, 306 West Bel mont. Phone 275. tfg FOR RENT Two nicely furnished con necting rooms for light housekeeping. Prefer party without children. Location on East HllL Address 1211 E. Brainard street. 6436 FOR RENT House with light - house lfeeping apartments, down town, one half block from Palafox. ; Bes4 locati' n In town. Must sell part ot rurnllure Address Box 1094. 5533 FOR RENT One furnished room with gas, bath, hot water and phone. Ap ply 10 N. Baylen street. 553'J FOR RENT Two nice large f urnislTed rooms for light housekeeping. Bath, gas and electric lights. Apply-1026 E. Shtong street. 5520 FOR RENT To gentlemen. Electric lights, running water, instantaneous hot water heater in bath. Apply In person in the mornings or six and fecven p. m. 203 W. Gregory. 5532 FOR RENT OR SALE 93 acres land In Baldwin county; also 4a acres under good wire fence, five miles north of Mus cogee, Fla., on G F. & A. R. R. Address C. A. Hilbun, 226 West Romana street. ' 5326 FOR RENT Room and board, suit able for two young men, front room, facing south, modern conveniences, one block from East Hill car line: References required. Phone 1470 5534 FOR RENT-JFurnished apartments or rooms suitable for gentlemen. Apply 714 East LaRua street, or phone 1037. FOR RENT One nlcelj furnished room with board, suitable for two getnlemen. Phone 2020. 5431 FOR RENT Four or five furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Suitable for large. family or two. Close in. 323 -E. Ronr&na St. Phone 1563. 551 FOR RENT Large two-story pebbled x uai 63 l w w-dwi .7 iuu i dash house, completely furnished. Pos- I session by January 1st. For particulars ; phone, write or see E. L. Reese, 33 S. Palafox street. Phone 1761. FOR RENT On . paved street Just inside city limits, acre good ground, witn two room house. -to one person or couple; no children. Address 624, care Journal. 5320 FOR REN 1- Falafox street stores for rent 327-32& (Moog's) from October 1, 1918. Phone 22f Knowles Bros. Agency FOR RENT Skiffs for hire. Also a big boat suitable to take parties to cruise around Perdido Bay. Apply to Ole Amundson, Eleven Mile Creek, at the bridge, or address, Pensa- cola, Fla., Rout6 A. 5479 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT Furnished house in good location immediately. Apply Apt. 324 San Carlos Hotel. 5352 WANTED AT ONCE By young couple with ono child four years old, two furn ished or unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call E. Southard, Electri cal Department, pensacola Shipbuilding Company. 5538 WANTED TO RENT Two furnished -rooms by young couple without children for light housekeeping. Prefer close to Navy Yard. Address at once. S. R. Samples, B. M. 2c, Naval Air Station. Building No. 25. 5543 WANTED TO RENT One or two rooms with private bath In modern house or bungalow of five or six rooms. Walking distance. Telephone one naught four Sun da v ask for Enslen Brice. 5548 WANTED TO RENT Three unfurnished rooms m aesiraDie location uy i November, no children. Apply Rooms, care of JournaL . 5513 WANTED TO RENT A room with ot without board (board preferred) by two gentlemen. Prefer a room with heater and use of bath, situated close in or conveni ent to bay shore line. W. M. W.. care JournaL Bo2u WANTED To Rent, five room cottage V or -apartment. Must be completely furnished. Apply N. F. B., care of JournaL WANTED Three or four fur nished rooms for housekeep ing. Address '.E' N. J.," care The Journal. WANTED AT ONCE Furnish ed house. Must have three bedrooms. Address "B", care of Journal. , , 5508 FARM LOANS. I NEGOTIATE five and ten year loans on improved farms m 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. k -4997 FRATERNAL SOCIETIES PENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 4, I. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, I. O. O. F., meets every Thursday at 7.30 p. m. In Raiford Hall, corner Baylen and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially invited. J. W. DAVIDSON. N. G. J. S. NICOLAU, Secretary. '', , , W. O. w. V Live Oak Camp.-No. l. Woodmen of the World meets flrst and third Tuesday nights for regular meetings. Woodmen Hall, Ho and 1174 West Garden street. - ' - CLYDE LITTLE, W. H. WHITE. , - C. C : Clerk. " ; - - '. JUNIOR ORDER" L NIT ED AMERICAN MECHANICS V Pensacola Council, No. 35, Junior Order United American Mechanics .meets sec ond and fourtn Mondays. 8 p. m., at K. of P. hall, in K. Intendencla St.. over McHugh Store. Visiting brothers cor dially Invited. - - - F. E. TUGWELL. F. P. DILLARD. Con. Recording Secretary. ORDER OF OWLS Deep Water Nest No. l?l meets first and third Fridays, 7:300 p. m.. at W. O. W. Hall, 105 W. Ro-aana street. J. G. YNIESTRA. m. e. morey. Secretary. 4915 A. & A. SCOTTISH RITE Omar Lodo of -Perfection, No. 8, will meet Saturday,' Nov. 9, 391S. at 7:30 p. m. Balloting. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. : . L. L FABISINSKJ. L. CRUICKSHANK. Sec'y. S. W. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Regular convocation of . Mt. lloreb Chapter, NO. (I, R. A. M., Monday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p. m. Sojourning companions fraternally invited. W. F. 1LVNSEN, T. T. TODD. II. p. . Sec'y. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for constructing the Ciestview-Camp Walton Road, the Na tional Forest Ronrt Oktloosa County. Florida, will bo received r.y J-ner i-strict Engineer, Bureau cf Head. U. S. Department nf a H'llltli1a at 917 Bell Building. Montgomery. Ala bama, until 12:00 o'clrwlc nnnn 'r,.ac.ioi- November 12. 1918, after which timethy will be nubllclv ooenri reservea to reject any and all -bids, and nune wm De considered except from con tractors ascertained to be experienced arm refponsiDie. . . - The length of the orolect" trt f mil structed is approximately 27.92 miles, and the principal Items of work are clearing and grubbing, grading, surfacing with sand-clay, and building timber bridges una culverts. Plans and specifications !n form and estimates of cjuantities may be examined Dy responsible contractors at me oince ot tne District Engineer, Mont gomery, or at the office of the Forest supervisor, pensacola, Florida. All proposals must be made on f.irmn . . - . . . . "a iUT to'm' VIIi iuiiuuh!) auove re- J. T. BULLEN, District Engineer. NOTICE There will be a mesting of the Stock holders of the Pensacola Home A Savings Association at their office 10 S. Palafox Dec. 7th, 1918, at 7 p. m. for election of officers for the ensuing year, and for such other business as may regularly come be fore the meeting. J. H. BAYLISS, 5493 Secretary. IN EFFECT SATURDAY, NOV. 9. Leaves Floridatown at 6 and 9 a. m., 12 noon, and 4 p. m. Leaves old Missing Link landing on Escambia side at 7 and 10 a. m., 1 and 5 p. m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE Leaves Santa Rosa side 8:30 a. m. and 3:30. p. m. Leaves Escambia side 9:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. HARRISON & RHODES. Owners. NEW SCHEDULE OF FLORIDATOWN FERRY. TEAS AND LUNCHES TABOOED BY FOOD ADMINISTRATION Washington, Nov. 9. The American people are asked today by the food administration to discontinue after noon teas, theatre suppers, parties and ill meals except the usual three each day. Conservation of cereals and su gar is of vital Importance, s,1 the ap peal, which characterized the consump tlon of sandwiches, cakes and sugar at extra meals an unnecessary waste of foodstuffs. GERMAN SHIP TRAIN GUN OX REVOLUTIONISTS Copenhagen, Nov. 9. Six German battleships anchored outside Klens burg have directed their guns against tlic ri'vr.Junoiiists pv.ti Wmbardment is expected. The battleship Koenig, which refused to surrender, was ta ken aftr a "hard fight. OFFERINGS IN HOMES 202 East Church Street, a six room house, right at the City Hall, $1,600. 794 North: 11th Avenue, $2,650; and 790 North 11th Avenue, $2,850; just off Gadsden street and fronting Gre "nada Square. 401-3-5 and 7 North 11th Ave., four rooms and bath, $850" each. We offer the cheapest and best lots near the Pensacola Ship Building plant, $25.00 to $35.00 each. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE S67 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent . WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY 7 AUJOMOBILES Flfr E Jcar Automobiles and the Pensa-i- T,?.rriV?ry to the dea,er h realizes bile nli'm CRn flnan automo Red Plfl,cations Forty Horse Power, Cluch-Lrn,JntaJlMotor--BorK & ec DriYeTl-erS Carburetor-HotchkJss uum WT.n n u.erings Stewart Vac- . Nov. 7 12 1. ARTESIAN WELLS ARTE!VN WELLS-WIU put in well. to 20 Inches diameter, any dpeth. and guarantee water. Write for full informa SlSE GlSJr Artesian Well Co.. P. O. Box 1077 or Phone 46. n PILINGS When you need pilings write us. We own the timber. We have the teams and men at work, ready to cut, haul and de liver. bay point Mill co.. 5273 Plnewood. Fla. EPILEPSY, The Kosine Treat ment relieves all fear of the dread ful attacks which are so frequent to. the sufferers of Epilepsy. Kosino has been used with remarkable sucoess for fifteen years. Large bottle $2.00 If, efter using, you are not entirely Fattened, your money will be refunded. Ask us for booklet. Crystal Pharmacy, Talafox St. Balkcom Drug Company, Palafox St. ' PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY.) The Home of Exide Battery '' Service. J 30 S. Palafox. Phone 345.1 T. E. Williams & Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phone 1995 Pan-American College of Commerce J. C. BEATTY, Manager Rooms 274 to 289 Brent Building EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Baylen street Phone 345 WATCH WINDOWS POSS J NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street 20 5. PALAFOX ST. "BETTBft kU,ntr WOOD A TAR We are in the market for large. I quantities of TAR WOOD. Wef VI 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 wheat, i hauled with teams. Good profit in shipping. Terms:: p Spot cash as soon as shipments ;j are unloaded. 4 - i Prices are "War Time" prices. a rr 1 -1- ... 4 T S very nign. i t : . Write for detailed instructions . I for preparing, prices, etc. " 3 Pensacola Tar & Turpentine Company GULLPOINT, FXiA. J V i A 4 -a 4 V i' J f. 'V A of wage is SO cents per hour. 6451 V