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THlfr PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1919
..THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED .COLUMNS-
Fro 7 a o. to
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READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
FOR SALE Slf Chandler. T.pwMnrv.
Irons aid looira Use new. A bargain
at 9tf C. O. o. Bell Phona U-S Falrboe.
FOR HALE cylinder Klvse!. 7-passen-l'3'
about T0 mlee. J. E.
Gaston. Falrhope, Ala. - , - TtM
.r25- 8ALr-econd hand "sewing ma
. ,aeU mkes. W-OJ np. Ouaran
Reynalda atualo House, y Phone
FOR SALE One ton motor truck with
take body and pneumatic tires. Also
one horse boxed wagon. J. H. Sherrill.
Phone 462. 8775
LJUURTT DAIKY FZ.KD " .
MILX . ,
TVftafrOLwV F7CET COMPANY
POHTO TJTCO Potato Pnt. 12.00 thou
sand, ready now. All plants passed
government inspection. - Full count,
r. -mpt delivery guaranteed. Cabhag
plants IL75 thousand. J. I Whit a, Tal
fAaaaea. Fla. - - gssi
FOR SATF One round bottom 22-ft.
launch with h. p. tAthrop enelne
id .-hitch. One 20-ft. speed b'MSt. Two
runiut laufloh hulls It and 24 feet
All "-00-1 hergalne. "10 IT. P.. 4
cycle Palmer engine and S H. P. Grey
etrlne. both new. Penan cola Oms Ene
n and Supply Co., 718. Pstsfox.
Phone 830. tf-927t
KO" ? a A few eggs from choice
white -rn. - 2.00 oer sit tin
,T"hn B. TP'er. Phone 41. . 7931
FH SA7,E--House, fonr ."tons and hull.
-io riorTii -rrm r"n cr ..
r!ce rasenaMe. Phone 289 or 1 ".
."- A. Br In V.. , , (
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunks and baggage
to or from the depot at short
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
Phone 618. .
PORTO RICO POTATO
DRAWS. We beaded Six
Thusand Bushels. Splendid
Plants. Prompt Shipment.
$2.00 per 1000. Leading Va
rieties. Tomatcs, Johi
Aldridge, Tallahassee, Fla,
lOIt S A Ln Two Jersey cows with heif
er 'alves. Also two horses end one
twrv-hrre wagon. C. C. Wchmeler. West
Penfaccla. . M34
rr. Hr T,',rf 'rarfVue. pcn of II;
ljlck Orpinrton. pen rf 5: Florida Bean
Tie, pen rf 5; noth! finer, your chance.
Koin north. J. r Rhodes, Cotton C -rrw.
Phone 2. - gS35
FOR &A1.K T--nhone "C-hanre in town
- ef Cottorlc. Fla. Easy terms, amall
oafih prtvment. will a' -lf Interest to
fkity who an take management Co -tonrtale
TeTcphone Co. ' 8858
FOR SAL Bos t 38 feet long. , 12 fe-t
ream. nice model. In good condition.
Will sell with sll and 15 horsepower
engine or tvs alone. Can be aen
tt Eleven Mile Creek at the brMge. Ap
fly to Ole Aundsen. Pensacola. Fla, 878;
Pure bred Anconas and light Brahma
eegj for hafhin?; $2.00 for 15. R.
TJ. SaUnders. Cast Tensacola Heights,
or phone 339. " 8480.
FOI SALE Ford Touring Car. 191&
model. Just overhauled. Bargain Is taken
pt once. Apply 523 N. IeviUer, phone
Ft)R SALE One tlx station Newman
Watchman's Clock. Diffenderfer Jewelry
Fort SALS Ttjm owner. 7-room dwelling.
Modern ronvenlencea. Price very rea
Konall?. 6P8 N. ITayne St. Apply 1624
N. 15th Ave., or phone 1009. . ,8900
FOR SALT-: Cheap for cash. A B Flat
and C Cornet, hish or low pitch. Sand
Pumlebed Gold Bell. A-l condition. Ap
ply 1024 K. Strong or phone 1155.
FOR SALE A barsrain Dodtro Touring
.Car. Fee H. H. Perkins, at Everlasting
.fabrics Co., office, or phone 1708. ; 88!
FOR SALE I car loads of gov
t ernmcnt horses and mules ;
f inc stock for work or saddle ;
to be sold cheap. Come quick
and select your pick. McMillan
VC Stables, 120 West Intendeneia.
!-""! :vv' - : 4' lw-pd
nea.twTTJIWty,,aer ,ret ot lA
friI1rTrrr ,Bass Road, about 8 miles
rl Kmco,m'. Partly Improved, four
r? tlast-: Zir reason a We. Apply
ieroy v. iloUbcrry, 402 Theisen Bulld
- v - (444
SPRi SALE Scotch Marine Boiler, rour
fr Ls."d '150 lbs. steam, and
eifcfct by ten marine engine with aU equip
ment for 1500. p. o. Box 127, Mobile.
FOR SALE House No. 2009 N. 9th Ave.,
. "v I?m"; ..k0041. neighborhood. Price
6R0. 200 cash balance on time. Jerry
Sullivan Jr.. Thlcr-sn Bldg. ; gsil
FOR SALE Planta for sale. Zennias.
salvia, gladiolios. cosmos, special this
week. North Hill Greenery. 819 N. Bay
len. Phone 867. $93$
COIIFORTABLE HOLIES LOOKING FOR
1014 West Gregory, $2100.
First class, six-room house, East Hill, $3000.
709 West Garden, $2850; six-room, pebble-dashed, near
Two-story dwelling, Reus,
7o AIttzjo Dave Ucsk Fex CT
pnorra tC7 , clcsiit a. cLurrq Czizz Azzi
Be sure and see vn before buy ins U
you want to save money; if not go
other places. -
Pensacola Buggy Works
13-134 East Intendeneia -
Phone 57 1 ;:,f i
FOR SALEFlowers - for
Easter Nice supply of
Roses, Carnations and Eas
ter Lillies. t Place your order
now. Ount-o-town orders
receive special attention.
Vaughn Flower Shop, 50 E.
Chase. Phone 1129. 8691
TOR SALE Th following second-hind
Sinsrer ............ .7. . . .....'iVit
iviMoley ... ... ; ....... 7.50
Singer ...... ......
New home. Drop head ........ J2.00
Plnger, .. Drop head ...... ..... ... 14.50
Few Kaav. Drop head 17.0
81naer. Drop head .......... 17.50
We are agenta for the Free Sewing Ma
chine. Revnalda, Music House. 21 Soutn
Palafox street. ' - - ; . 57
FOR SAT.K 0-e " Jersey and HoTsteui
cow.-C.lt. Olsen. 622 E. Gregory.
V - 8853
FOR SALK Several game cockereln. and
fine Seabury piano, cheap. 120 West
Sirrasossn StP" r !-r--ttM
TOR SALE Bedroom, - dining
room, sitting room furniture
ind other household furnishings.
Apply mornings 704 N. Palafox
or phone 342. 8951
.FOR SALE-r-Pure Virgin Olive
Oil, just received from Italy by
G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St.
Phone 207. lm-8219
FOR SALE Roomy five-passenger au
tomobile; tires rnd motor in exce.ient
condition; $250. Phone 1756. SSJ
FOR SALE A'small acreage outside the
ctv limits on hard road c!os9 to No.
41 School. EigUi room dwelling and out
houses. SultaHefor poultry and trucK
ta r-m Vtf . Inhrmtinn eall or write to
owner. 239 West Government street, Pen
sacola, Florida . . , ,
FOR SALE One- pair of full blooded
fox terrier nup. three months old: $10
for quick sale.. W. H. Smith. 218J3ast
Gadsden St.. phone 2228. - 8943
FOR SALE One Stesl R.tn?re. one Jewel
Gas Stove, several Cook Stoves, all in
first claso condition. G. B. Wilson. 230
N. Tarragonna St. 8091
FOR QUICK SALE 1 Devanette with
mattress, gooa ns new. i. iwvn-
port in good shap. a bsrgaln, $15.00;
1 large Mirror and Frame, ceap at $15;
Library and centfr table, quick sale.
S1 7.50; 1- Chitt onier with mirror, $15.00.
Must e sold at once. McMillsn Auction
Co.. 327 and 329 jSoath Palafox St. SgS'l
FOR SATELarge 8 room house, 1101
East Jackson 8tH bargain, $3,1501)0.
Apply owner on premises. 89S2
FOn SALE Five passenger Ford car.
Reason for selling, owner gn'n;? awav.
Can be seen at Fig City. W. K. RideouL
FOR SALE One of the best Dairies in
Escambia county. 20 heavy milking
hijrh grade young Jersey cows, youns'
stock, two horses, and all -equipment at
Mvrtle Grove. I4ve Oak Jersey Dairy,
Route A. Box 310, Pensacola, Fla. 8971
FOR SLE One library table, one waM
nut dresser . one.iuu buc -trrsK
and springs, one three-quarter bed
and aprings, rug. stand -and kitchen table.
Also two large unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping, moderate, close to Ship
yard and Newport. 1512 West Garden
CI.EVET.ANn TRMTTOR for sale. Can
be used for either farm or logging.
P.- O. Box 415. Norfolk, Va. 8973
FtR SALE Ford touring? car In first
class condition. Apply 1015J. Barcelona.
Phone 12. , . . .
FOR RENT iArge unfurnished rooms.
420 K. Zaragossa, SL
ARTILLERY WAR HORSES
FOR'S ALE Quick, there's no
better to be had. Weight 11 to
16 hundred pounds. Morgan
Stables, East Chase St. tf-8996
What I Say Til Do, I
Second Floor, " Masonie Temple,
near Gadsden, $1950.
for IlKNT--Modem rourroom furnished
apartment. Godaden St. and 17th Are.,
to couple without children. Phona No.
10 between 1 and 2 p. m. . 8S42
FOR RENT-Roonw: Sleeping rooms
from 810 to 12 per month; two or three
room light housekeeping apartments for
rent by week or month. Apply 218 1-2
South. Palafox St., Phone 580. Sm
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished room.
southern exposure. Modern conven
iences. Centrally - located. Gentlemen
only. 240 W. Garden St. Phcne 707. . 8802
FOR RENT Skiffs to rent, also skiff
: with Outboard motor at Eleven Mile
Creek at the bridge. Apply to Ole Amund
sen. .-.,,. ... 87gji
FOR RENT iftirniahed room and kitch
enette." alo use of garage. 220 N.
Barcelonia 8t. -:;-;;.;. '"'j ;
FOR RENT One or twoTUrnlshed rooms.
reaonabl s. Ten mlnutea walkr . from
shipyard, una block from car line; one
half block irom bay. Modern, building. 719
South G St.. near. Flshervllle Station.
Board opt'.onal. 877
FOR RENT ne large room, southern
conveniences. Mrs. John Woods, 14 E.
LaRua. Phone 55. , 8882
FOR r.ENT One large front room fur
nished for light housekeeping or bed
room with adjoining bath, use of phone.
On Eat.HHl car Una. Phone 1484, 1305
East Jackson St.
FOP RENT Two furnished rooms for
lirht. housekeeping. - Bath, electric
Hants, phone. On car line, corner 10th
Ava and lee St. . sbso
FOR RENT OR SALE ON
- TERMS -Two : 'ory resi
dence, modern in'all appoint
tnents, near Bayyiew Park.
Lee Daniell, Phone ,684
FOR . RENT Furnshed
three room apartment,
sleeping porch and private
bath. Gas and ran ere. Elec-
trie lights, telephone, separ
ate front and back entrances,
all screened. Address 744
FOR RENT -Two f urnish-
.ed rooms for light house
seeping.. Close in.. ,101 Cor
Spring and Chase. . . .... . . .
FOR RENT Modern , , furnished house
keeping apartments, and bath. No chil
dren. . Apply 401 N. 6th Ave. 8957
FOR RENT On North Hilt, two furnlstt
ed rooms suitable for light housekeep
ing, modern conveniences; also one fur
nished room for gentlemen. Phone 1.
Apply 1120 N. Palaoxf St. Mrs. John
Pfeifer. . 854
FOR RENT One nicely furnished front
room, southern exposure. Apply 216
W. Chase St. 895s
FOR RENT Small bark' room down
stairs. Modern conveniences. 221 N.
Barcelona. Phone 1726. 8946
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
with bath. 10 E. Gregory, - S04S
FOR RENT Close In. Two or threo fur
nished rooms suitable for light house
keeping. No children. Telephone 1929.
FOR RENT Completely furnished seven
room bungalow; also sleeping porch.
Address 400 W. Gonzales: 89S6
FOR RENT Furnished cottage at Old
Mill Inn with board. Apply Old Mill
In or Phone 388. , , ' ' ; . 8950
FOR RENT Six room and hall house
on East Hill. For terms call at 138 1-2
East Intendeneia. . ': 8939
FOR RENT Furnished apartment, mod
ern conveniences.. Phone 1994.
FOR RENT NeaUy furnished rooms.
$1.75 per week and up. . 304 N. Guille-
marde,' . v --- .-$961
FOR - RENT One desirable front room. ,
down stairs, suitable for one or two i
gentlemen. Modern, Vituated on car
line; convenient to Bayshore car and
post office. 601 E. Government St. .63
FOR RENT Desirable light housekeep
ing rem s to quiet couple without chll
dren. Gas, bath and phone. Apply 114
w. chase or; phone 1540.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Bath,
electric lights and phone. Cor. 16th Ave
and Lee SL 8S16
FOR RENT Our motor trucks
by the hour or day on country
trips or to the Naval . Air Sta
tion, also do crating and packing
of furniture, hauling baggage
and moving household goods at
short notice. . Ring phone 618,
Hallmark Transfer Co.
OR RENT Nicely furnished front room:
iiv9 sua rain; noi water at
any time, thoroughly screened. Two
blocks from Palafox street. 20fi w. Gre
sTory. -v '8851
FURNISHED room for one or two gen-
uviucu, aino ugnx. nouseaeeping rooms.
411 West Garden. . : gg90
NTELY furnished room for rent for
gentleman. 120 W. Zatragossa. . 8893
FOR RENT First class board and rooms,
central location, modern nin.Tnnli.nnos.
Apply- 213 E. Gregory 8U M41
FOR RENT Eight room,
two story house, North
Hill. 529 West Lee St. $40
per month. Apply Fisher
Rental Agency. Phone 205.
. . - 7t-S87l
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room.
all modern conveniences. Apply 700
North Spring St. . 'gftU
OR RENT Large airy room with modern
conveniences on North h1", 118 v.
Gadsden, phone 1407. ST39
FOR RENT -urniahed room with kit
chenette. with the use" of bath, phone
ana otner conveniences, un car line. su
No. AlcaaU. S71e
FOR RENT One large room suitable for
' two ajentlemen ' almt ' one small mom
suitable for one e-entlemani Bothr these
rooms In Bachelor Apartment. Apply 209
W. DeSoto or phone 163.
FOR RENT Furnished front room suit
able for two : gentlemen, hot and cold
water,, use of phone. Apply 209 N. Bar
celonia St. Phone 1178. 8907
FOR r RENT Suite of . rooms for light
housekeeping: also extra room for gen
tleman. 227 E. Intendeneia. 88S3
FOR -' RENT Comfortably furnished
apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804
FOR RENT Furnished room. All mod
ern conveniences. Apply 308 W. Bel
mont. Phone 275. 8847
FOR RENT Room . for two gentlemen.
Electric lights. Running water in room.
Hot bath. Modem. Four blocks from
San Carlos HoteL 202 W. Gregory. 879
FOR RENT One large furnished room,
downstairs, suitable for two genUemen.
Can be used for light housekeeping. Elec
tric lights, bath, hot end cold water. 103
W. Gregory St. , 8983
FOR RENT Two or three ' furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Apply 118 W. Garden St. 8992
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished sleep
. ing rooms down stairs, modern con
veniences. 217 W. Intendeneia. S95J0
FOR BENf Furaiahed apartment, mod
ern conveniences. Phone 1994. 8969
FOR RENT Beglning May 1, one fur
nished room and small kitchen. 27 East
Wright. Phone 1538. . 8980,
fFOR RENT Cool.- comfortable rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, up
stairs or down. Good bathing. Terms
reasonable. 414 So. Alcanis St. 897$
STOLEN From in front of Bonita thea
tre one Dayton Bicycle with , hole in
left side of seat. $5 reward for return to
Frank Reilly & Co.. 11 south Palafox.
LOST Plain bar pin with one diamond,
between 400 N. Barcelona and business
part of Palafox St. Reward If returned
to Mrs. R. W. Roberts, 400 N. Barcelona
St. - - S905
LOST Between Fourteenth and La
Rua streets and Railroad shops, El
gin watch and fob. Monogram on
watch and fob L. FV B. Return to 1412
East LaRua street. '. Reward. tf
LOST Reward to finder of man's black
coat. lost Sunday between Pinebarren
Creek and Atmore, Ala. on hard road.
Notify J. M. W.. 431 W. Gregory St..
Pensacola. Fla. - . S983
LOST Gold pin, name of Julia en gravel
on It Finder please return to ,1121
North 9th St. and receive liberal reward.
Mrs. Leonard Allen. " 8979
LOST Two bicycles lost near the Lockey
school. large boy's bicycle, black with
long handle bant end large seat torn in
the back. Small girl's biccle, red. short
handle bars and with a loose seat. Re
ward to finder. Apply Mr. S. Berson,
1009 N. Davis St. Phone 2087. 8975
LOST A child. Margin Albritton. age
.3 1-2 years, home Andelusia. 1300 East
Jackson. If found phone 2048 8998
LOST a gold necklace on a gold chain,
somewhere between Baylen and Gregory
streets and Barcelona md Strong. Suit
able reward if returned to 904 N. Barce
lona. - MORTGAGE LOANS
I am prepared to negotiate
loans on,-iniproved farms and
city property. Five or 1 ten
years on farms, one to ten
years on city property. Mon
ey: ready when title perfect
ed. A. C. Binkley, attorney,
601-2 American National
ANYONE wishing the servlca
of Kate Davis, nurse or mid
wife, formerly at 123 West
Rnnana street; can find her any
time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone
ARTESIAN "WELLS Will put la wells
4 to TO tncnes oinw.. "yj".!'"
guarantee water. Write for full in form a
tloii Gray Artesian Wall Co.. p. O. Box
1077 or Phone 4.
PIANO TUNING AND RE
Piano music, to be effective,
beautiful,' satisfying, must ba
made on a correctly "tuned"
and regulated piano. We Guar
antee to please.
THE PIANO S170?
Z. A. THOMAS, llzx
18-20 East Garden Street. -Phona
T7. E. lezzZls, Expert Piano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pl
anes a Ctdalty. All xreri:
guaranteed. Phona 04
Mayee, anal In recognition
elrtt of helpfumeee that wee
The Jourmal will Insert under '
ciessHleatien tree, arfvaetlaemen
toe those n need ef employment.
POflfTlON WANTED Licensed engineer
wishes employment. on launch. Have s
years experience. Can give references.
Address Leaman A. Williams. 710 W.
M-iin street, Pensacola, Fla.
TOTJNO LADY desires position as of
fice girt. Address 16th Avs. and 17th
nu a apr 7t
CAN do amost any kind of common
labor. I can handle tools. In house
building and almost any kind of common
labor. I think I can go as carpenter
helper, not skilled labor. J. 8. Brooks
12 North C street, Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED Toung lady desires position
In office. Phone T. If. C A.
STENOGRAPHER with some experience
"""i position. rang poone 9a, z.
W. C. A.
Young lady stenographer, with some ex
perience Wishes a noHltlnn Phone S4S.
WANTED A position as gardner ty
man of long experience. Address re
plies to A. O. WalL 508 1-2 S. Palafox St.
WANTED By a boy of good character.
nonesx and reliable-, a Job at anything
a boy of 16 years could do. Address W. D.
B. Route 2, Box 12 C, Pensacola. Fla.
POSITION wanted by young man; win
ing worker and can give good refrencas.
Any answer to do anything appreciated.
Address E. C. Hardaker, 304 N. GuUle
WANTED A position by a Pitmanic
stenographer and touch typist. Good
references. B. L. G., phono 137S.
WANTED By a boy of good character.
honest and reliable, a job at anything a
boy of 16 vears can do. Address W. D. B.,
Route 2. Box 12C, Pensacola, Fla.
A LARGE old established New York
firm of exporters desire to employ at
New York an assistant manager for
their lumber department. -Necessary
qualifications: Practical knowledge of
the lumber business, especially Pitch
Pine; knowledge of the various forms of
steamer and sailing vessel charter par
ties applicable to lumber and timber;
ability to correctly handle and execute
all papers connected with ships and car-
srnjta? a wnrlrincp Irnnwliutm Af nphanM!
ia reasonable knowledge concerning trade
customs ana usages as applied to tne
various European. South American, Cu
ban and West Indian markets. Address
N. Y. C, care Journal. 8941
WANTED Reliable man for office work.
Must be a permanent resident, familiar
with names of streets and residents. Only
high class man considered. Box .1037.
BOYS EARN MONEY selling the Pen
sacola Journal, dallr ana Sunday.
Wanted 100 boys daily and 200 boys
Sundays to make from 50c to $5 day.
See Circulation Manager any morning 8
WANTED Youth for collector. Salary
small at start, but it Is a permanent
position with opportunity to learn busi
ness. Address stating age. references
and salary expected, to C-42 care Jour
nal. WANTED Superintendent with thorough
knowledge and casket experience that
can deliver the goods. If you do not
know the business, do not appiy. we pay
the price for efficiency; also cabinet and
shaper men. Dothan Cofln & Casket Co.
Oothan. Ala. I 8974
WANTED Young man over seventeen to
work as helper In chemical laboratory.
Must have some high school education.
Wages to $2.50 per day. Call at ofifce.
Newport Turpentine and Rosin Co. of
WANTED Steam Dresser, also man to
L work around dry cleaning room. Apply
National Dry Cleaning uo., w vra--ii
St. - :i -: 8986
AN EXPERIENCED SHOE
CLERK Good salary to right
party.' Apply Forcheimer's Bos
ton Shoe Store.
WANTED Girl for housework. 1106
West Gregory. , 8872
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
witn tne employment aepartmenc or tne
Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 289
Brent- Bldg. No charge. Positions wait
ing . 4841
WANTED Experienced white chamber
maid. Apply Miss Conner, - House
keeper. San Carlos HoteL , 8218
WANTED Competent nurse: a room on
place if desired. Mrs. Frank Wells,
1211 E. Gadsden. -
WANTED A good cook, capable of over
- seeing dining room and kitchen. Apply
Bells Studio after nine oclock In morning.
WANTED A cook. Apply 1309 East
Jackson St. 898i
pher to do general office
work and stenography. State
experience and salary desir
ed. P. O. Box 1520, City
lOSS E. t. ADAMS, Quanfled Teacher.
- nernent-Pltmanle Sterthned. Teach
Typewriting. Individual instruction.
Business training. Pupil's holding po
sitions m Civil wen ice. nna witn iema
Ing bustnese flrms of this end ether
dtles. Terms: 9S.se per month in ad-
Address: nese iiTS or ui
SAN CABLC3 TASI EX
CHANGE. Phone 2C0. Prompt
, In rnerBory ef Cat
TO TRADE large 8 room house on East
Hill for cottage. Address "B" care
Journal. - 8873
WANTED Your furniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable price. Hall
mark Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WAVTIfn ?r.. ji.m -
ages for you. Special messenger service
rnone nunioer 62. Brent b'd"-. Message
or packages called for astl dMiivaead
WANTED Your Job irinting and orders
.f2 n T!1 " g of all kinds, calling cards
LSiu,ii5 ulvila"on. etc. MATES PRINT-
ING CO.. 24 West Government. BIO
WANTED To exchnnee 5ft eoree mi Pal
afox Road near Cottage Hill, for good
touring car. May give difference. Apply
jku ij. it., care journal. ; 8944
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY Automo
biles. Will buy your car if your
price is right. N. C. McMillan
120 W. Intendeneia, Phone 613.
WANTED 8 e wm g Machines and
STRING INSTRUMENTS to repair.
Will put them in good condition and
guarantee the work; thirty years exper
ience. Phone 791. I will call. 20 B. Oar
den St. J. H. Blakeley. Tint
WANTED Up to date rubber tired bug
gy and harness. Will pay cash for
same, waaress u. ix., care journal. S9S7
AUTOS Washed. 75c: polished. 50c Save
S3 per cent on repairs of all kindsl One
6-120 Storage Battery. $12.50! Taxi!
F. R- Xildine-ar- 10 H Rni. aIA
church, rear Garden theatre. Phone 800.
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day
or night called for and deli '.red
promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent Building
PHONOGRAPHS and Talking Machines
repaired at The Piano Shop, 18-20 hi.
Garden St, Phone 791. 8485
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Saws, 25c. 223 E. Intendeneia St. Cross
Cut saws gummed. 2805
TUBERCULOSIS (Consumption) "Rem
edy for external use only. Guaranteed.
If Interested. Investigate. Write for free
Booklet.- Wingate Salvo Mfg.-Co., . Inc.,
Asheville. N. C. 8928
FOR CHARTER Motor
vessel "Lark," capacity
150 passengers, speed 10
miles. Pensacola's new ex
cursion boat. For terms en
quire on board, City Wharf,
Magnolia St., or Frank H.
Henning, Master Office
Tel., 788: Residence -Tel.
Pensacola Lodge g11.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of P. halL
J, N. Smith. Win. P. Dars,
Recording Secretary. . Preciden t.
Live Oak Camp No. L Woodmen of the
World meets first and third Tuesday
nights for regular meetings. Woodmen
Hall. 115 and 117 1-2 West Garden St.
J. Z. NEVILLE. Jr.
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. f. O, O. F
Pensacola Lodge No I. O. O. F.,
meetts every Thursday it 7:99 p. m. in
Raiford HalL Corner riaylen and Bel
mont streets. . Visitors Cordially Invited.
- M. W. PETERSON. N. O
S. NT CO LAN. Recording Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER TJNTTED AMERICAN
Pensacola council No 85 Junior order
uniteo America. Mec names meets see
ond and fourth Fridays. 8 n. m. at K.
of P. Hall, 111 E. Intendeneia St. over
McHugh store. Visiting .brothers cor
W. E. K7NO. Ree.-Seey.
F. P. DILUARD,
Carpenters and Joiners Local SIS meets
every Thursday night at W. O. W.,
Romana and Baylen Streets, at 8 p. m.
h. pAULBBa. ires.
W. H. LANGFORD, Secy.
NOTICE TO WOODMEN.
There will be a special meeting of
Live Oak Camp, No. 1. W.- O. W..
Tuesday. Anril 29. 1919. at 8 o. m.. for
receiving new applications and initia
j AS. J. NEVIXiLE, Clerk.
C. A. LITTLE. C. C.
- Special communication of
Escambia, Lodge No. 15, . F.
V- A. M., Thursday, April 29,
T. at 7:20 p. m. Work in the
v M. M. deeree. VlnlMne- broth.
ers fraternally Invited.: ' -JNO.
G. CARO. W: M.
FVH. RICHARDS. 8ecy.
NAVAL LODGE NO. 24. F. eV A. M.
- SnedaT enmnnnlMlInn af
A Naval Lodge No. 24. F. A. '
mJ V- Tuesday. April 29. at 7:50
T T o'clock. Work In the E. - A.
ar' degree. Visiting brothers fra-
, , temally invited.
FRANCIS M. WESTON. W. M.
WM. F. HANSEN, Secretary.
nAWfnVfl fAtmi a. Mat Vshsa
- w -m. " WVil sk gB svv ,t ww est ssnw -
ory streeL For !nfamat!on. phone 272.
Children's class Tuesday and VrUzy
h-V-"0? cafeteria at th. xr,.
s;"1 A.Pr 1. all bill. '
later than June l. 1 "ented not
Ams- CLARA B. TAYLOR. .
M " W I ,
In accordAnro . tm'tu t ,.r
tlOnS Of the Rnnrrl r -
sioners of the City of Pensacola,
the City Registration Books will
open Monday, April 28th, 1919;
at my officeRoom 102, City
Hall, and remain open for ten
consecutive days, from April 2&
to May 8, both inclusive, from 9
a. m u to 1 p. m and 3 to 5 p. n
for RegistraUon and transfer of
electors for the General City
Election, to be held on Moadayl
June 2nd, 1919. '
JOHN A. KIIlirPATRICK,
City Reffistraticn Officer,
Bids for Culm. .
ing d opPWt of reb.
for other Ipr?ri5 building; and
as provided Dy Jl.TJ"' Pmrk
April 3rd l q eedlnsnce passed
nail. ... 1 "o v.iLjr
irr " "SPr m to creditors.
.-. nKeee, ana an nersnna
S .obel- deceeeed. to present
yea. Vr. ."a"neI within two
A t r n 1 1 .
Apr. 15, 19I9T owt w "UUnlnUtnito
iem 'Z."7 rrea to creditors.
hJ;; -L.f?- . A. Hyrne or Callic
xhiT i;daV piknic?;
Apr. IS. tilt Admlnutrator.-
SRAT.Vn Itnnnno . 7j ...
bosai. r TftltI inaorsed "Pro
In Jl,'L!If.nbr duct" embodied
J"2 frta' concrete manholes, cast Iron
nere2 pIJn5 ,aBO PPurtenancea
f? niPlte system; als .
I!Tanforinr hses having walls
i!d.iroof of corrugated galvanised sheet
Sieei Offl i WAM fmm ml..
.li1."1 war HatrlbuLon boards.
Prl"" , and specification No. 24
may be obtained on apptloatlon to the
Bureau or to the Comandant of the
Naval Air RtaHnn vi. .
posit of ten dollars (810.00) in the form
or mt. j. money oraer naytuue
Docks will be required as security for tbe
rvium or me pians ana speeinoatione
within five days after the award of ooa
C W. PARKS. Chief ef Bureau.
April 12. 1919.
IN ESCAMBIA . COTJNTT CmCTJlT,
COURT. STATE OF FLOTODA
In Chancery ,
A. H. White vs. C. N. McClure. t ft sLi
On Friday the 80th day of May A. Dj
1919 the defendant C N. McClure . Is re
quired to appear to the hill fUed against
him herein. . . . t "
This order to be published ones each
week for eight consecutive weeks la the
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
llsbed In said Escambia County. 1 ' -
JAB MACGTBBOK, '3
' Clerk Clreait Court. , '
- ' It I BELU D. C. ,
Pensacola Fla.. March 22nd 1919. , f !
COMPANY. Phcna CC4. Ila..
ing, parking, etcrfcc
WHEN In need of any trscifc?
work ring up 618. Ilrlhnari:
SANTA ROSA-ESCAMBIA PERU
Leave Kulat .Santa Rosa slda 7 a. bl.
10 a. m., l p. m., f p. m.
Sundays, 9:20 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
Landing), 8 a. m 11 a.
p. m. Sundays. 10:20 I
p. ? m. .
. - m p m., . s
m. and 8:89
For Ssile ;
We have the followinj
used cars all in perfect
shape. See them: Buid:
six, 5 pass., 1918 model;
2 Fcrdi ,6-pss3.; 1 2Iss-
weH. You Trill find thzz
t Garden and Baylts
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