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THE PENSACQLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1918.
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FOR SALE
SAIE Several iresn mucn rows.
T-,.,M in.i Farms. Route A. Pensacoia,
Fia.
IOU SALE One two-year-old Jersey
.md Holstein heifer. Apply 500 E.
rhase .t. 62a4
FOR SALE 1 kitchen range, lice box.
1 sideboard, dining room and kitchen
tables. 2 rugs. Call 102 East Govern.
nient St.
".-or SALE By installments or cash
T;ir;e months old Chevrolet, five pas-ce-r.
Can bepeen by appointment.
V:'nkin, Old Mill Inn. 6263
FOR PALE 12 hogs, ten months old,
weighing about 50 to 60 pounds. In
pr-.d condition. Just the kind to finish
'.: for killing'. $15.00 each or two for
j'r,.i(. Wiil deliver to any part of city,
i.irry Smith, It. F. D., No. 1, Canton
r.;ent. Tla.
1 OR SALE One row Vat. two launch
nulla, four boat engines. 2 to 6 horse
nmver. one row boa with Even Rude
fifr'.ne. AH a bargain. Pensacoia Gas
gine & Supply Co. FHone 680. . 6181
FOR SALE Upright piano.
Phone 1145
6177
FOR SALE One Biuck Six,
$975; one Buick four( $600;
one Saxon six, $700 ; one Stude
baker six, $700; one Overland,
S450; one Chervolet, $300; one
Buick Six, $1,000. G. H. Hays,
17 N. Palafox. 6812
FOR SAT.E Upright piano can be seAn
at Til N. Baylen St. or phone 316. 582S
tor SALE OR EXCKATvOE mlla
from courthouse, highly Improved, 0-i-re
farm, suitable for truck, chicken or
liairy farm. Write R. P. Reese, Pensa-r-.a..
P. O. B-a 1437. 14t7
FOR RALE StuAebaker four-pa ssenger
car in A-l coirditior. Apply W. H.
LtVs, Box S6, Route A.
FOR SALE Scon tianil etrM3 oia
mines, U makes. $5.00 op. Qunai
nteea. Hey n aids Mt.sic House, Ph?ne
i7i7. . im
FOR SALE Two select resi
idence Lots on North Hill at a
sacrifice. Apply "B," care of
Journal. 5795
FOP. SALE Modern Bungaiow in
East Pensacoia Heights, Five rooms
'lo'-vn stairs, electric lights, pnone. hot
ar.-l cold water, completely furnished.
Phone 1507 for further particulars.
5760
CABBAGE PLANTS Frost
proof varieties only, Charles-
ton Wakefield, Drumhead. Suc
cession, Early Flat Dutch, Early
Summer, by Express $2.00 per
thousand; 5,000 lots, $1.50 per
thousand; by prepaid parcel
post, first to third zone, $2.50
per thousand. Asparagus and
rhubarb root. Send for our
plant catalog-. Coden Nurseries,
Coden, Alabama. tf
POTasII
and
NITRATE OF SODA
FOR SALE BY
PENSACOLA FEED CO.
FOR SALE A' good paying grocery and
notion store with lot and building,
seven blocks from Palafox street on
'Jcivernment. No better paying proposi
ti -n in town. Address X. Y., care Jour
nal. 53 14
lor. SALE Gas range, cining room
table and buffet, ice box, kitchen cab
Jut. Will rent house to buyer. 43, care
f Journal. 6249
FOR SALE Country Pine
Wood, cut short for grate or
stove; single load $2.00 deliver
ed; double load $3.60 delivered.
Stearns Lumber & Export Co.,
Phone 1313. 6206
' -or SALE American National Bank
stork. Apply H. J. Greenhut, 28 Ju.
garden street. 6127
A GOOD" HOME, LOW PRICE
Five rooms, hall, bath and
latticed back porch. Cabinet
and mirrowed mantels three
rooms. Corner lot 60x125 feet.
DeSoto and DeVillier. If sold
h' Wednesday two thousand
dollars gets it. Terms. Lee
'Daniell, Phone 684. 6229
- OR SALE Thirty fat pigs. 23 to 30
rounds each. Will sell for 30c per
. J ' Delivered to any part of the city.
;'--.'uress J. L. Gaffney. Route A. Box
111 6204
1 Vil SALE Cheap, one chest carpen-
rnn,,U l3, aU fir8t C,aSa and ,n &OOd
a"nuition. can see them at S04 N. 6th
ci.ue. Terms cash. 6196
ilK'-e"I'EFord Turl"g car. 1915.
ah.V, class running condition. Shock
V" an dside curtains. Tools. Rea-
BARKDULL LAND CO. Phone 1300
Farm and Farm Lands San Carlos Hotel Building
THE WATSON AGENCY
ItENT COLLECTIONS, MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
NO. 7 SOUTH PALAFOX STR E ST P HONE 54
FOR sale;
FOR SALE Monarch bicycle, nearly
iw. inquire iio VS Chase. Phone 163.
6212
FOR SALE One $5.00 C. Ft O. cap for
$1.25, one new $6.00 Fish brand slicker
for $4.00. Can be seen at 22 North Pal
afox St. C. A. Canaday. 6163
FOR SALE Buick Six. five passenger.
Just finished being completely over
hauled, rebuilt and painted. Goodyear
Cord Tires. $1,050.00. 600 North Hayne
St., after 6 o'clock evenings. 6298
FOR SALE Cheap, horse,-buggy, har
ness. Apply IS W. Garden or Phone
1800. 6293
FOR SALE 8 ton boat with sails and
riggers, very strong, built steam' bent
oak ribbs sypres planking can be seen
at eleven mile creek or refer to Ole
Amundsen. Pensacoia, Fte... Route A.
FOR SALE Overland Roadster for SC-75.
for quick sale. Motor runs like -ew.
Paint good and all around good con
dition; run about 7,000 miles. Dr. J. C.
Baldwin. 404 Amer. National Bank
Building. - 66301
NEW LIFE
EGG MASH
MAKES
MORE
EGGS
PENSACOLA FEED CO.
SEED POTATOES
MAINE GROWN
SPAULDTNG ROSE
BLISS TRIUMPH
EARLY ROSE
BOOK ORDERS NOW
PENS A COLA FEED CO.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED A good white man as man
ager for the Friedman Cafe, corner
Palafox and Zarragossai streets. Good
wages to right party. Apply immediate
ly. Phone 179. 6294
VANTED At once, several
boys for work during the holi
days and after school hours.
Apply Postal Telegraph Com
pany. 6242
HELP WANTED A boy to work in
printing office. Apply, Mayes Printing
Co., 15 W. Government St. 6287
W"NTED Short order cook. 210 South
Palafox St.. E. B. Wells. 6216
WANTED Office man. General work,
good position. Give reference. Apply
in own handwriting. Jacobi Lumber Co.,
Moltno. Florida. 6176
WANTED Capable o..e- porter, with
references. Knowles Bros. Agency,'
205 S. Palafox St., Phone 22. 5980
WANTED Two white aeltvery boys with
bicycles. Apvly Central Pharmacy. 4613
WAN'i'rD 15 to 20 laborers,
30c per hour, 9-hour day. Ap-
' mt Little Bayou bridge
t.o road foreman. 4760
WANTED Motorm en 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 yoa
ire assigned to work or not.
Splendid opportunity of securing
a. permanent situation that will
be very desirable after the war,
when you will be high on senior
ity list. Mobile Light & Railroad
Company. Mobile, Ala.
WANTED Readers for Thinkers vs.
Christian Science-. WTorth reading. Read
It. Price 25c. Address author, Elizabeth
B. Hughes, i c call 507 Hayne street, Pen
sacoia, F!a 4 5S53
STRING INSTRUMENTS repaired by J.
H. Blakealy. 20 Est Garden St., Tele
phone 791. S&64
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENT13T.
Saw Teth Properly Irated. also
Grinding Knives. Shears. Etc Hand
Saws. 2Ec. 223 K. intendencla St., I'en
eicola. FT. 5205
WANTED To buy at once, 100
cords four-foot dry pine wood.
Pay $4.50 per cord, F. O. B.
Pensacoia, Export Fuel & Ice
Co. 6231
WANTED To lease or buy 6 to 20 acres
Improved farm fenced, with at le3st 3
acres timber, good water and four or five
room dwelling within one mile or Myrtle
Grove School. Address Prospect, Jour
nal.
WANTED TO BUY Dodge roadster,
Oakland Six or Ford. Must be cheap
and in good condition. Write or phone
G. Grice. Cantonment, Florida. 6232
WANTED TO BUY A gentle
man's trunk. Must be in good
condition. State price and where
can be seen. Address "N. N. N
care Journal.' 6279
BALMY BENNY
so YOUD like to ""N vC, . oirisrV
V Art' I'LL ttfTEMOOCE J
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TER tAEET AM 0U
COLLEGE CHUfA OF
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms with
kitchenette furnished or partly fur
nished by couple without children, who
can furnish references and will be per
manent: Address V, car Journal. 6207
WANTED One o rtwo furnished rooms,
electric lights, hot water, within walk
ing distance of city. North Hill site pre?
ferred. Young couple, no children, will
take immediately. Address Journal, M.
K. H.
WANTED TO RENT Gentle
man desires nicely furnished
room without board. Small room
will answer if it is nicely furn
ished. Must have modern con
veniences, such as bath, lights,
etc. Please state terms to per
manent party. Address "H. H.
IL," care The Journal. -6280
V ANTED Two nice rooms for light
housekeeping by couple with child.
Would prefer rooming in private home
and not too far out. Address G. M. G.,
care of Journal. 6259
WANTED Three or four room furnish
ed apartment or bungalow for immedi
ate occupancy nearby trolly. Write or
phone W. B. Gano, care Shipyard. Pen
sacoia, Fla. 6205
Wr ANTED To rent three or four fur
nished rooms, with bath, for light house
keeping, in good location. "W. E. F.."
care Journal. 6157
WANTED
WANTED A young Spaniard would like
to take English lessons with family.
Write J. Zareia. 105 So. DeVillier St. 6264
WANTED Sewing maenlnea to repair.
Why buy a machine when your old one
ran be made as good as ever. Ring 791,
I will call. Work guaranteed 1 East
Garden street. J. H. Biakesiey. 4081
WANTED Your Job printing and orders
for engraving of all kinds, calling cardJi.
wed din Invitations, etc MAYEa PRXNT
ING CO. 24 West Government. olv
WANTED !
Excelsior bolts or CORD WOOD
anywhere on the L. & N. railroad,
within 100 miles of Pensacoia.
We will also take it at any load
ing station on the G. F. & A.
railroad and the McLaughlin
railroad. It should be cut from
any kind of living, green, sappy
pine. 5 -
It should have only few outside
knots. The bark must be PEEL
ED OFF...
We will pay from $4.50 to $5
per cord, according to the freight
charged. We will pay tha freight.
Write us from what station
you expect to ship, and we will
then tell you what price we will
pay you, and mail you specifica
tions. Write us at once !
PENSACOLA EXCELSIOR CO.
P. O. Box 1350
Pensacoia, Florida.
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helpfulness that wait till, The Journal
will Ineert under this classification
fee advertisements tor those In need
of . employment.
POSITION as stenographer and type
writer. Have had some experience. M.
B.r care Journal.
WANTED Young lady stenographer de
sires a position. Address A. B., care
Journal.
POSITION WANTED A first class ste
nographer with several year? experi
ence and very best recommendations, de
sires a position. Box 1003, City.
WANTED Position by experi
enced book-keeper and sten
ographer. First-class . general
office man, competent, rapid and
dependable Very best reference.
Mack, 108 West End Avenue,
Macon, Ga. . 6147
WANTED Truck driver wants position.
205 care Journal.
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper
wants small set of books to keep in
evenings, say from seven to nine. Ad
dress T. H. M., 416 W. Romana St.,
City. ,
POSITION WANTED Boy 16 years old
A No. 1 hustler wants a. job In a of
fice or store. P. O. Box 64.
WANTED Half a dozen girls for lunch
counter work and two cooks. Apply
Crescent News Co.. L. & N. Depot. 6306
WANTED Colored woman for cook In
quick lunch place. Good wages. Apply
at Serv-U Lunchr corner Zarragossa and
Palafox Sts. 6261
WANTED A lady cook for quick
lunch; hours and pay right. Apply
at the Serv-U Lunch, corner Zarragosa
and PaJafox Sts. . 6292
WANTEDt A man or woman to cook
and do general house "work for a small
hoteL Hotel Matheson, R. P. Purefoy,
Proprietor, Monroevllle, Ala. 6258
WANTED Two lady cook., one to work
from 6 to 2 and one from z to 10. also
2 young girls dishwashers, fair wages.
Apply Roch's Restaurant after Christ
mas. 6260
WANTED Neat house girl, to
live on premises. 806 North
Alcaniz.
WANTED Girl to assist in housework.
Small house and small family.
Mrs. Miller, 223 W. Chase Street. 6196
WANTED White ana colored hlp at
Empire Laundry.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED-Register
with ifca employment department of the
Pan-Am rican College, Rooms 274 to 289
Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wait
ing. 4641
- i
WANTED A general helper. Good
wages. Apply 229 N. Spring. 6120
WANTED A colored woman with no
family to live on place and do house
work. Good salary to the right person.
Arplv to UNLPMffl f . Olty. 6815
bTJTgiTa m tTra'nser
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
ing, packing, stoJjoig.
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FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
m Regular communication of Es-
cambia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A.
Y JT M-, Friday, Dec .27th, at 7:30 p.
fS m. Installation of officers.
Visiting Bros, fraternally in
vited. W. F. BIGGS, Secy.
T. H. LONG, W. M.
W. M.
PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O, O. F.
Pensacoia Lodge, No. , T. 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.
Live Oak Camp, No. 1. Woodmen of the
World meets first and third Tuesday
nights for regular meetings. Woodmen
Hall, 115 and 117H West Garden street.
CLYDE LITTLE,
W. H. WHITE. CTC.
Clerk.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacoia Council, No. 35, Junior Order
United American Mechanics .meets sec
ond and fourth Mondays, 8 p. rn.. at
K. of P. hall. Ill E. Intendencla St., over
McHugh Store. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited.
F. E. TUQWELL
F. P. DILLARD. Con.
Recording Secretary.
ORDER OF OWLS
Deep Water Nest No. 1816 meets first
and third Fridays, 7:300 p. m.. at W.
O. W. Hall, 105 W. Ro'nana street. v
J. Q. YNIESTRA,
v President.
M. F. MOREY.
Secretary, 4911
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Before Xmas. an old fashion pin
set like two cuff 'buttons on a bar with
pink coral set in the center of each. Re
ward if returned to 220 W. Chase St.
LOST Lady's Gold wrist watch Xmas
afternoon on Palafox or Gregory St.
Finder plaese leave at Patriotio League
and receiv ereward.
LOST Friday a gray 16-ft.
. skiff from boat house on
Bayou Texar, had about 6 ft. of
rope attached. Reward. Finder
please notify R. B. Saunders,
Phone 339". 6278
LOST A baby's sterling silver se.t knife,
fork and .spoon, somewhere between
Pyle's Jewelry Store and Everlasting
Fabrics Co. Mrs. Frank Home. 1121 N.
9th. Ave. or Phone 2068. Liberal re
.ward. 6266
LOST On Palafox street, black French
bull dog. white breast and one white foot
Answers to the name Eliza. Reward.
Mrs. F. W. Wentworth, Bayshore, Tele
phone 1612.
FOUND A Dayton bicycle in the bay on
I December 14th. Owner may have same
. by calling at 50 Luke's Alley. 6248
LOST Saturday night in down town dis
trict, ticket to Lake Charles, La., with
Pullman reservation. Reward for return
to Mrs. Elizabeth C. Baya, 50 East
Gregory St.
NOTICE
W. E. Lazelle, expert piano
tuner and repair man. Phone 204
ARTESIAN WELLS
ARTESIAN WELLS WiD. put In wells
4 to 20 Inches diameter, any dpeth. and
guarantee water. Write for full informa
tion, firay Artesian Well Co.. P. Ot Box
1077 or Phone 46. all
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Modern conveni
ences. 915 E. Jackson St.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms to couple
without children. 1224 E. Strong St.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Bath, phone, elec
tric lights, linen furnished. Phone 1296.
424 W. Lloyd St. North Hill, Suitable
for couple. 6305
FOR RENT Large two story residence.
5 bed room den, living room, parlor, J
St etc., furnace heat, modern in every
respect. Completely -furnished. Apply
Fisher Rental Agency. Phone 2051 6236
FOR RENT One large, nicely furnished
front room for one or two gentlemen,
electric lights, use of bath with hot and
cold water. Apply 907 W. Garden St. 62S1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen. Inquire 43 E. Gregory St. 6235
FOR RENT Furnished room for gentle
men. Apply 513 W. Gregory St.
FOR RENT Two large connecting rooms
unfurnished with -connecting furnished
kitchenette and clothes closet, next to
bath, southern exposure, all modern con
veniences, use of phone and garage, East
Hill, two blocks from car line on paved
street. No children. Address R. B. R.,
care of Journal. 6233
FOR RENT Furnished house. Apply
1600 E. La Rua St. 6213
FOR RENT At Camp Walton, Fla,, five
froom furnished cottage. Address, E.
R. McKee, Niceville, Flat 6211
FOR RENT Large, modern,
heavily built, mill construct
ed, automatic sprinkled ware
house or wholesale grocery
building. Center wholesale dis
trict, fire walls, side tracks, elec
tric elevator, all conveniences.
Near docks Pensacoia, Fla.,
Jennings Naval Stores Co.
FOR RENT Two. three or four connect
ing unfurnished rooms. Apply S0& W.
Zarragossa St. 6268
FOR RENT Furnished rooms suitable
for gentlemen, located on North Hill.
Private bath and all modern conveni
ences. Phone 313. 6197
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, to party with no
children. Apply 1009 E. Strong St. 6202
FOR RENT Two or-nree nice furnished
rooms. Rent free to couple for com
pany for old couple across the bay. For
information apply 227 E. Gregory St. 6085
FOR REN 1 Palafox street
stores for rent 327-329
(Moog's) from October 1, 1918,
Phone 22. Knowles Bros. Agency
DRESS MAKING
SUITS AND GOWNS made by perfect
fitter, also remodels suits, dresses and
coats. Call tS23 E. Jackson street. oK-ii
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.
C. Binkley, 202 S. Palafox St.;
Pensacoia, Fla. 4997
WANTED M ISCELL ANEOUS
LESSONS GIVEN, Manual Training.
Carving, Modelling, Light and Shade,
Isometric Drawing, Practical Plane and
Solid Geometry, Perspective by trained,
experienced Instructor. Testimonials and
references. Instructor, care Journal.
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.
P1AM) 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
A NICE LITTLE HOME IN A NICE
LOCATION.
1814 East Jackson Street Five Rooms,
60 foot lot, south front, overlooking the Bay.
$1,600.00; and 916 East Strong- Street $1,500
o nterms.
Pensacoia Finance Company
"We Always Have
PHONE 367
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Northern District of Florida.
Whereas, on the 21st day of December.
1918, P. L. Brown, doing business as Pen
sacoia Launch & Machine Co.. filed a
libel in the District Court of the United
States for the Northern District of Flor
ida against the XAunch "Myerdale," her
tackle, apparel and furniture, in a cause
of maritime lien, civil and maritime. .
And whereas, by virtue of process in
due form of law, to me directed, return
able on the 6th day of January, 1919. I
have seized and taken the said launch
"Myerdale," and have her in my custody,
notice is hereby given that a district
court will be held in the United States
court room in the City of Pensacoia, Fla-,
on the 6th day of January, 1919, for the
trial of said premises, and the owner or
owners and all persons who may have or
claim any interest, are hereby cited to
appear at the time and place aforesaid,
to show cause, if any they have, why a
final decree should not pass as prayed.
JAS. B. PERKINS,
U. S. Marshal.
By c. P. McMillan,
Deputy.
IN ESCAMBIA A COUNTY COURT OF
RECORD, STATE OF FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
Mrs. Ethel White Quarles, Complainant
vs.
T. T. Roberts and Roberts, his wife.
Defendant.
On Monday, the 8rd day of March, A.
D. 1919. the defendants. I. T. Roberts
and Roberts, his wife are required
to appear to tho bill fllelagalnet them
This order to be pubUslTSTonce a week
for eight consecutive weeks In The
Pensacoia Journal.- a newspaper pub
lished In said Escambia County.
a. m. mcmtllan.
Clerk Court of Record.
Pensacoia, Fla., Dec. 26, 1918.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
undersigned, guardian of the estate of
James Hughes end Aloysius Hughes,
minors, will on the 17th day of January.
A. D., 1919, apply to the Honorable Hen
ry Bellinger, County Judge of Escam
bia County, Florida, at his o. .ce In the
Court House Annex, for authority to sell
the following descr'bed real estate, the
property of said minora, to-wlt: 'The
Kast twenty-eight (28) feet of Lot two
(2), and the West half (W 1-2) of Lot
three (3) of Block Ninety-one (91) of
the New City Tract, of the City of Pen
sacoia, Escambia County, Florida.
JAMES C. WATSON, Guardian.
Dec 20, 1918. oaw4w
Notice Is hereby given to' creditors,
legatees, distributees, and all persons, hav
ing claims or demands against the estate
of James B. McNeill, deceased, to present
the same to the undersigned within' two
(2) years from the first publication of this
notice. November Sth, 1918.
BERTHA F. McNEILL.
ALEXANDER D. McNEILL.
1684 8novoaw8w Executors.
SPECIAL MASTER- ALE.
Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure and sale rendered on the 5th
day of November, 1918, by the Jud?e of
the Court of Record of Escambia Coun
ty, Fla., In a certain cause therein pee
ing wherein A. E. Holden and j; W.
Holden were complainants and Stell.
Morrlwether was defendant, I wIlL on
Monday the 9th day of January. A. D.
1919, during tha legal hours of sale, 'be
fore the County Court house door in- the
city of Pensacoia, Escambia County, Fla.,
offer for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash the followingi de
scribed property, to-wlt: That portion of
block 26 of the New City Tract described
as follows: Commence at the northeast
intersection of Cevallos street i and
Chase street, thence. run north along the
east line of Cevallos street 150 feet,
S.hence east at right angles 48 feet, thence
Houth 150 feet, thence west along . the
north line of Chase street 43 feet to
point of beginning, m per map of "bald
city copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson in
1884. Deed at cost of purchaser.
JERRY J. SULLIVAN. Jr..
oaw4w Special Master.
dancing;
DANCING TAUGHT, at 206 West Greg
ory street. For Information, phone 278.
Children's class Tuesday and Friday
afternoons. ,18DI
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.
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.
Pensacoia Tar & Turpentine
Company
GULLPOINT, FLA.
Houses For Sale
WOOD
ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent

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