THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1919.
from 7 a. - is . tQ
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THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERS-READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
From 7 p. is. tat
nd Iooks htce .new. A bargain
St O. i. Bell Phone il-i Falrhope,
r sale cylinder Kissel, 7-passcn-r
univ run about 7000 mles. J. E.
rJwn'n. FaiVhopg. Ala, T288
pnR SALT1'' Second hand sewing ma
Imti, !I makes. J5.00 up. Outran
,i; BeynaWs Music House. Phone
rna SALK One ton motor truck' with
ctjko bolv and pneumatic tires. Also
Jl torze boxed wagon. J. H. Sherrlll,
pjene 453. 877
LIBERTY DAIRY FEED
PEVSACOLA FEED COMPANY.
pnTO RICO Potato Plants. 12.00 thou
innl rof.Jy now. All plants passed
comment inspection. Full count,
r- .mot !olivery guaranteed. Cabbage
nws 75 thousand. J. I. White. Tal
Usee. Fla. : - 8651
viir SALE One round bottom 22-ft.
i-W with $ H. P. Lathron engine
, clutch. One 20-ft. speed boat Two
rr,:t lauuch hulls 19 and
fcrff All good bargains. J.0 H. P.. 4
rVr Falmr er-gin and S H. P. Grey
wetre. both new. Pensacola Oms En
an Supply Co.. 713S. Palafox.
Pore M.t . tf-8271
rnn P-VLB A few eggs frwm choice
joThoms. $2.00 per sitting J 5.
.Tnhn B. T'"er. Phone 41. 75l
rnn SAt.P House, four roows and hall,
rn-e Wr.pVs from st H"l car - line.
hle. Phone 289 or J".
!! F. A. Brink. 83S5
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunk3 and baggage
to or from the depot at short
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
PORTO RICO POTATO
DRAWS. We beaded Six
Thusand Bushels. Splendid
Plants. Prompt Shipment
$2.00 per 1000. Leading Va
rieties. Tomates, $1.50. John
Aldridge, Tallahassee, Fla.
FoH SALE Telephone exchange In town
"f Cottondale. Fla. Easy terms, small
cash payment, -will sell half Interest to
P-.My wfo can take manasemen;. Co
ton'lale Telephone Co. 8S5S
KOR SALK Boat 38 feet longr, 12 feet
beam, nice model. In good condition.
Will sell with sail and 15 horsepower
eriRine or the hull alone. Can be seen
at F.leven Mile Creek at the bridge. Ar
plv to Ole Aur.dsen. Pensacola. Fla. 878
Pure tred Anconas and light Brahma
ee?s for hatching; $2.00 for 15. R.
B. Saunders, East Pensacola Heights,
or phone 339. 8480.
FOR SALE One six station Newman
Watchman's Clock. Difrenderfer Jewelry
I OR SALE By owner, 7-room dwelling.
Modern conveniences. Price very rea
sonable. 505 X. Hayne St. Apply 162(1
V I5;h Ave., or phone 1003. 890J
OR SALE Cheap for cash. A B Flat
and C Cornet, high or low pitch. Sand
Bunched Gold Bell. A-l condition. Ap
ply 10J4 E. Strong or phone 1165.
FOR SALE A bargain Dodge Touring
. .Cr. pj, h. H. Perkins, at Everlasting
fabrics Co.. office, or phone 1708. 88S5
FOR SALE 4 car loads of gov
ernment horses and "mules;
fine stock ' Tor - work or saddle ;
to be sold cheap. Come quick
and select your pick. McMillan
Stables, 120 West Intendencia.
?r,-m Pen Lit 3 Road' about 8 miles
m how 1nriA-paPtIy Proved, four
roy v hmFk Ce reasnaUe. Apply
irg. Wherry. 403 Theiseu Butld-
V ?'x )ee?,-rtch, Mwlne Boiler, four
ht U tin ,Wed 150 ,bs- steam, an-1
'.t for in,e enne w'th all equin
A!, 1 fooo. p. o. Box 137, ilohile.
HfrfaAIr,?.nts for sale, zenniaa.
we?(e K0 r.ud lol.I"a- cosmos, special this
rnone Sti. SQ5R
FflnSAi;?Several Same cockerel
Z-rrata ?" piano chcaP- !20
SALE Bedroom, dining
sitting room furniture
i ther household furnishings.
mornings 704 N. Palafox
0r Phone 342.
ne pair of full blooded
licit .,i lnre month old: i
"ln St. ph
one 2228. 8943
COMFORTABLE HOMES LOOKING FOR
1014 West Gregory, $2100.
First class, six-room house, East Hill, $3000. m .
,m 709 West Garden, $2850; six-room, pebble-dashed, near
Two-story dwelling, Reus, near Gadsden, $1950.
Pensacola Finance Company
"We Always Have Houses For Salt"
pH0XE 267 ELBERT A. CLUBE3, SJ?3 Ascnt
All Makes :
- Prices Right.
Be sure and see us before buying if
you -want to save" money; if not go
Pensacola Buggy Works
13-134 East Intendencia
FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive
Oil, just received from Italy by
G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St.
Phone 207. lm-8219
FOR SALE One Steel Range, one Jewel
Gas Stove, several Cook Stoves, all In
first class condition. G. B. Wilson, 230
N. Tarragonna St. 8991
FOR SALE Large 8 room house, 1101
jcast JacKson St., bargain. 13.150. on.
Apply owner on premises. 8982
FOn SALE Five passenger Ford car.
Keason lor se'ung. owner pom? - awav.
Can be seen at Fig City. W. K. Rideout.
FOR SALE One of the best Dairies in
Escambia county. 20 . heavy milking
high grade young Jersey cows, youn
stock, two horses, and all equipment at
Mvrtle Grove. Live Oak Jersey Dairy.
Route A. Box 810, Pensacola, Fla. 8972
FOR S ALE One library table," one wal
nut dresser , one full size bed. mat
tress and springs, one three-quarter bed
and springs, rug, stand nd kitchen table.
Also two large umumisnea rwms
nlv. n l a .i , kIava frh Shin.
yard and Newport. 1512 We3t Garden St
CLEVELAND TRACTOR for sale. Can
be used for either farm or logging.
P. O. Box 415, Norfolk, Va. 8973
FOR SALE Ford touring car in first
class condition. Apply 1015 N. Barcelona.
Phone 1992- S"J
FOR SALE One cow, giving "three gal
lons milk at present: one heifter caif
. . i i a i.ai t.mav Atari nuart
and pint bottle's. Apply 221 West Jack
son street. 900-,
FOR SALE Sweet peas. Phone 787.
FOR SALE Five - shares of American
National Bank stock. Make best offer
Address G. pos toff ice box 1041. 900B
FOR SALE White family rotary sewing
F machfnTworth $70. for Can e
seen at 323 East Gadsden street. 901
pnrt SALE Two hand-painted bedsteads;
fi matresses: 1 brass bedstead; 1 single
whit? bISstead: 1 sanitary cot with pad;
1 uLencotrl bed Haven port; 1 wiJow
ounTe: 2 small rugs; all kinds of dishes
including cut gla?s and china All kinds
of household furnismngs; 1 coal oL stove
110 West Chase. L.
FOR QUICK SALE -1
Davanette with mattress,
good as new, $45.00; 1
Davanport in good shape, a
bargan, $15.00; 1 large Mir
ror and Frame, cheap at $u;
Library, and center table,
quick sale, $17-50 ; 1 Chiffo
nier with mirror,
Must be sold at once. McMil
lian Auction Co., 32 and 329
Crt;,tVi Talnf"ov St- .-byt5...
y7 J LI Vi J-
FOR QUICK SALE 1 Daven-
ette with mattress, gooa
new, $45; 1 Davenport in good
shape, a' bargain, $15; 1 large
Mirror and Frame, cheap at $15 ;
Library and center table, quick
sale, $17.50; 1 Chiffonier with
mirror, $15. Must be sold at
once. McMillan Auction Co.,
327 and 329 South Palafox St.
FOR SALB-One three burned .Blue
Flame oil stove or call at
Price reasonable, pnone 9017
eauipped in Iowa, a.l ,,tt.fT ,t-n-
cheao for cash or easy term;.. "41l
Sent. Address La Uley. 411
K. tiovernmuiii. n.- ,
FOR SALE ARMY HORSES.
Priced to sell. Weight 1100 to
1600 lbs. Apply Morgan's Sta
blesEast Chase St. Phone 710.
78 E. Wright St. Phone 676
in If II " ". m ft .ittiitty SzSA- 1 1 "'""jjj: k-::;; mjm
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FOR RENT Modern roui'-room furnlshe-i
apartment. Godsden St. and 17th Ave.,
to couple without children. Phone No.
10 between 1 end 2 p. m. 8S42
FOR RENT Rooms: Sleeping rooms
from J10 to 12 per month; two or tliree
room light housekeeping apartments for
rent by week or month. Apply 218 1-3
South Palafox St., Phone' 580. 8oo
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished room,
southern exposure. Modem conven
iences. Centrally located. Gentlemen
only. 24? W. Garden St. Phone 707. 8802
FOR' RENT Skiffs to rent, also skiff
with Outboard motor at Eleven Mile
Creek at the bridge. Apply to Ole Amund
FOR r.ENT One large front room fur
nished for . light housekeeping or bed
room with adjoining bath, use of phone.
On East Hill car line. Phone 1404. 1305
East Jackson St.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
lirht housekeeping. . Bnth. electric
lights, phone. On car line, corner lfith
Ava and Lee St., 8860
FOR RENT OR SALE ON
TERMS Two ;ry resi
dence, modern in all appoint
ments, near Bayview Park.
Lee Daniell, Phone 684-
FOR RENT Modern furnished house
keeping apartments, and bath No chil
dren. Apply 401 N. 6th Ave. 89a7
FOR RENT On North Hill, two furnish
ed rooms suitable for light housekeep
ing, modern conveniences; also one fur
nished room for gentlemen. Phone 1.
Apply 1120 N. Falaoxf St. Mrs. John
FOR RENT Small back room flown
stairs. Modern conveniences. 221 N.
Barcelona. Phone,. 1726. 8943
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
with bath, no E. Gregory. 8943
FOR RENT Six room and hall house
on East Hill. For terms call at 1326
East Intendencia. 8,J3'J
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms.
J1.75 per week and up. 301 N. Guille
FOR RENT One desirable front room,
down stairs, suitable for one or two
srentlemen. . Modern. Vituated on c-r
line; convenient to Bayshore car and
poet office. 501 E. Government St. fii
FOR RENT Desirable light housekee-o-ing
roms to quiet couple without chil
dren. Gas, bath and phone. Apply 114
VV. Cnase or pnone xom.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Bath, j
electric lights and phone. Cor. 16th Ave.
,J T . . . 8S16 ,
FOR RENT Our motor trudc3
by the hour or day on country
trips or to the Naval Air Sta
tion, also do crating and packing
of -furniture, hauling baggage
r.nd moving, household goods at
short notice. Ring phone 618,
Hallmark Transfer Co.
Fl rRNISHED room for one or two gen
tlemen; also light housekeeping rooms,
411 West Garden. 8890
FOR RENT First ciass board and rooms,
central location, modern conveniences.
Apply 212 E. Gregory St. 8641
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room.
all modern conveniences. Apply 70
North Sprlnc St. 8633
OR F.ENT Large airy room with modern
conveniences On Ncrth Hill. 118 v.
Gadsden, phone 1407. 872
FOR ' RENT umished ' room with kit
chenette, with the use of bath, phone
snd other conveT-lencea. On car line, tsot
No. Alcaniz. 87U
FOR RENT One large room suitable fot
two gentlemen; - also one small roorr
suitable for one gentleman. Both these
rooms in Bachelor Apartment. Apply 203
W, DeSoto or phone 163S
FOR RENT Furnished front room suit
able for two gentlemen, hot and cold
water, use of phone. Apply 209- N. Bar
celonla St. Phone 1178.; 8907
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804
FOR RENT Furnished room. All mod-
srn conveniences. Apply 306 W. Bel
mont. Phone 275. , -8847
FOR RENT One -large furnished room,
downstairs, suitable for two gentlemen.
Can be used for light housekeeping. Elec
tric lights, bath, hot and cold water. 103
W. Gregory St. , 8383
oiir Ad Columns " f 4
Salesman iChaulfeursi Mgctiamc t .riafUe .P.,.fc.. . -
They Oring Desired ' Results
FOR RENT A furnished front room
upstairs, suitable for two gentlemen or
coupled 318 East Gregory. Phone 1486.
FOR RENT One furnished room, screen
ed, with adjoining bath, hot and cold
water. Adults only. Apply 222 West
Gregory street. 9005
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, southern exposure. Apply 216
West Chase street. 9015
OR RENT Large unfurnished room, 42'j
East Zarragossa street. 8994
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping to couple with
out children; modern conveniences; on
car line. Mrs. Gahan, 1012 North Alcaniz
FOR RENT Begining May
1, one furnished room and
small kitchen, 27 E. Wright
Phone 1538. ' 8980
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Apply 118 W. Garden St. 8992
FOR RENT Two nicely furn shed sleep
ing rooms down stairs, modern con
veniences. 217 W. Intendencia. S990
FOR RENT Furnished apartment, mod
ern conveniences. Phone 1994. 8969
FOR RENT Cool, comfortable rooms
furnished for light housekeeping. Up
stairs or down. Good bathing. Terms
reasonable. 414 So. Alcaniz St. 897U
FOR RENT Two nice, large rooms, up
stairs, furnished complete for house
keeping; also garage. Apply 1202 Rast
Gadsden St.. or phone 1478. 9018
FOR RENT Hotel Romano. 19 1-2 West
Romana street. Clean, well ventilated,
electric lighted rooms. Coolest rooms
for summer. 12 shower and tub baths.
Single rooms transient, 50c up. Rooms
bv the week. $2.50 and up. Open to the
srmeral public. Capt. Frank Wilde.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, for light
housekeeping to couple without chil
dren, with family of two. 2 1-2 blocks
from post office on car line, 236 West
Government St. 9024
FOR RENT 2 front rooms furnished for
light housekeeping, with use- of tele
phone and bath room. On East H1H con
venient to car line. Phone 293. 9023
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room.
562 West Garden. 9027
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
LOST Reward to finder of man's black
co3t, lost Sunday between Pinebarren
Creek and Atmore, Ala. on hard road.
Notify J. M. W.. 431 W. Gregory St.,
Pensacola. Fla. &983
LOST Gold pin, name of Julia, engraved
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 bicj-cle. black with
Jong handle bars and large seat torn In
the rack. Small girl's biccle, red. short
handle bars and with a loose seat. Re
ward t-j finder. Anply . Mr. S. Berson,
1009 N. Davis St. Phone 2087. 897?
LOST Auto tire 34x4. smooth tread.
wih cover on runner, ferry road or
in Pensacola. Five dollars reward. W.
S. Donaldson, 615 North Spring street.
LOST One dark brown mule about 11
years. Scar on ton of neck; scar over
part of shoulder: limps some; scratches
on lee and neck:' whip signs on right
hio. This mule left Fountain store April
6th, off at hard road, and was last heard
of at Econfina creek. Liberal reward
offered for mule or information. Wire
or writ First National Bank of Panama
Cltv. Florida, or R. C Welsh, St. An
drews. Fla. 9013
LOST Between Navy Yard gateand
Warrington station, one watch fob, has
French coin inserted. Return to 25 West
Garden street and receive reward. 9025
LOST A gold bead necklace on a gold
chain, somewhere between Bavlen and
Gregory streets and Barcelona " and
Strong. Suitable reward if returned to
904 N. Barcelona. -
FOUND Small boy's bicycle on Jackson
street. Owner may have same ny call
ing at 912 E. Jackson street and paying
for this ad. ' 8919
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Are jYou Looking:
for a Position?
to buy or rent a house or
furnished rooms? Have you something
you wish to sell, or trade? or have you
some miscellaneous wants in which the
reading public would be interested?
Then try the
POSITIONS f WANTED
In memory of Col. Frank L.
Mayes, and in recognition of the
spirit of helpfulness that was his,
The Journal will Insert under this
classification, free advertisements
for those In need of employment.
POSITION WANTED Licensed engineer
wishes employment on launch. Have a
years experience. Can srive references.
Address Leaman A. Williams. 710 W.
Mlin street, Pensacola, Fla.
YOUNG LADY desires position as or
fice girL Address 16th Ave. and 17th
m. 2 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. S. BrookSj
12 North C street, Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED Toung ladv desires position
in office. Phone T. M. C A.
STENOGRAPHER with some experience
wishea position. Ring phone 945, Y.
Young lady stenographer, with some ex
perience wishes a position. Phone 94
WANTED A position as gardner !y
man of long experience. Address re
plies to A. G. Wall. 508 1-2 S. Palafox St.
WANTED By a boy of good character,
honest 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; will
ing worker and can give good refrences.
Anv answer to do anything appreciated.
Address E. C. Hardaker, 304 N. Guille
WANTED A position by a Pitmanic
stenographer and touch typist. Good
references. B. L. G.. phone 1373.
WANTED By a boy of good character,
honest and reliable, a 1ob at anything a
boy of 16 vears can do. Address W. D. B.,
Route 2. Box 12C. Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED Position by smart boy; a?
11 years; willing; to work. Apply 709
Kast Aragon street.
YOUNG LADY with clerical experience
desires a position. K-ave knowledge or
shorthand. Address A. B. C, care The
WANTED Reliable man for office work.
Must be' a permanent resident, familiar
with names of streets and residents. Only
kl.,L ..In.. nDd,.f1 Rni 1037.
11 if j 11 iliaii vf.ioiuw cn-
BOYS EARN MONET selling the Pen
iiacola Journal. dailr nd Sunday.
Wanted 100 boys dally end 200 boys
Su?davs lo make from 50c to 55
See Circulation Manager any mortarig
o'ck cV. "
WANTED Youth f or .collector. Salary
small at start, but It s a rmanent
position with opportunity to learn
niiss. Address stating age
and salary expected, to C-42 care Jour
WANTED Steam presser, also man to
work around dry cleaning room. App
National Dry Cleaning Co.. 16 E. Garden
WANTED Delivery boy. Angejo Capa
duca, Jackson and LaReus.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of the
Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to S9
Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions waif,
tnc . 441
WANTED Experienced white chamber
maid. Apply Miss Conner, House
keeper, San Carlos HoteL 8118
WANTED Competent nurse; a room on
place If desired. Mrs. Frank Wells,
1211 E. Gadsden. ' j
WANTED A cook. Apply 1509 East
Jackson St. 898x
pher to do general office
work and stenography. State
experience and salary desir
ed. P. O. Box 1520, City
WANTED Tw servants. One cook and
one house or nurse girl, at 1620 North
13th avenue. 9007
WANTED A good cook, capable of over
seeing dining room and kitchen. Apply
Bells Studio after nine o'clock in morning.
PRACTICAL nurse desires employment.
902 East Branard. Phone 403. Pensa
WANTED Your furniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable price. Hall
mark , Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WANTED To deliver messages or pack
ages for you.- Special messenger service
Phone number 62. Brent b?d-. Message
or packages called for and delivered
WANTED Tour job jrintin and orders
for engraving of all kinds, calling cards
wedding invitations, etc. MATES PRINT
ING CO., 24 West Government. 610
WANTED To exchange 20 acres on Pal-
aiox coaa near tjoitage mil, ior gooa
touring car. May give difference. Applv
M. L. II., care Journal. 8944
WANTED Furnished house or house-
keeping apartments, by respectable peo
ple who can take good care of a nice
home. Apply, giving particulars, loca
tion, etc., to No. A B 60, Journal office.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY Automo
biles. Will buy your car if your
price is right. -N. C. McMillan
120 W. Intendencia Phone 613.
WANTED Sewing 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 E. Oar
den St. J. H. Blake-ley. 7108
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy small car. Write P.
O. Box 1046, giving price. 9011
WANTED Up to date- rubber tired bug
gy and harness. Will pay cash for
same. Address D. H., care Journal. 8987
AUTOS Washed, 75c; polished. 50c. Save
as per cent on repairs of all kinds! One
b-izu Storage Battery, 812.50! Taxi!
F. R. Kildinger, 10 S. Brue St.. old
church, rear Garden theatre. Phone 800.
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day
or night called for and del; --red
promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent Building
PHONOCRAPHS and Talking Machines
repaired at The Piano Shop, 18-20
Garden St., Phone 791. 8485
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grindinsr Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Saws, 25c. 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross
Cut saws gummed. 2805
TUBERCULOSIS (Consumption) "Rem
edy for external use only." Guaranteed.
If interested, investigate. Write for free
Booklet. Wingate Salvo Mfr. 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.
OPPORTUNITY-An opportunity is given
to men who have been In service to as
sociate with a large merchantile concern
where they will have every opportunity of
advancing to the coint to become man
agers of retail stores. Advancement is
based on ability and application to the
work. Men with retail store or wholesale
house experience , frequently make most
desirable employes but we will consider
applicants of men with other experience.
Essential applicant have honorable dis
charge, clean record previous to govern
ment service and keen desire to per
manently locate wi4i a well established
concern. For those who qualify we offer
an attractive future. In your application
state previous experience, also wages
earned, whether married or single and
age.' Address H. V. D.. Journal office
Pensacola Lodge 311.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of hall.
J. N. Smith, Win. P. Daris,
Recording Secretary. President.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. 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.
, clerk. -
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. T
Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F.,
metts every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. in
Raiford Hall, Corner Baylen and Bel
mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited.
M. W. PETERSON. N. G
9 NICOLAN. Recording Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDFR UNITED AMERICAN
Pensacola council No 35 Junior order
United Amerlcai Mechanics meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. at K.
of P. Hall, lit "E- Tntendencla. ?t., over
McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor
W. E. KING. Rec.-Secy.
F. P. DILLIARD.
Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 raw's
every Thursday night at W. O. w
Romana and Baylen Streets, at 8 p. ro.
H. PAULSEN. Pres.
W. H. LANGFORD. Secy. -
Special communication of
A ; Escambia Lodge No. 15. F. &
X ; p m. Work in the F. C. de
Visiting brothers fra-
JNO. G. CARO, W. M.
"F. D. RICHARDS. Secy.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
a decree of foreclosure rendered by the
Honorable C. M. Jones. Judge of the
Lscambia County Court of Record. Stata
?5-17f,Iida". on the -9th day of April. A.
x. 1919, In a cause therein pending,
wherein Bertha DiLustro. a widow, wai
complainant, and John Maxwell and Jen
nie Maxwell, his wife, were defendants.
I will, as Special Master, at the Escambia.
County Court House door, in the City "of
Pensacola, Florida, on Monday, the Sfn
day of May, A. D. 1919, sell at public out.,
cry for cash, to the highest and best bjd-'
der, the following described real prop
erty. situate, lying and being in the City
i fnsacola. County of Kscambia. State
of Florida, to-wit: Lot Twenty (20) la:
ftM-T n Hundred and thirty-threa
(133) of the East King Tract. East of
Tarragona Street, according to the map
WaSon iS,tiy906.COPJ'rig:hted ty Th0"- ,
' C. L. SHINE.
v Special Master in Chancery
t Notice Is hereby given that the under-"',
signed intend to file their petition be-)
fore the Honorable C M. Jones. Judgo ,
of the Court of Record of Escambia
County. State of Florida, on the 8th day
of May, A. D. 1919. asking for an order !
authorizing the adoption by them of
Bernice Estelle Jackson, a minor-female
JEB S. rWELU i
, ' LOUISE HOWELL.
April 10. 1919 oaw4w
In Escambia County Court of Record'"
, State of Florida. .'
Timms. Louis E. Armstrong and E. B.
Armstrong, defendants. On the rule day
of June, to-wit: Monday, the secoadj
of June, A. D. 1919, the defendants, , r
Oscar Timms and Louis E. Armstrong,'
whoSA nrftnprtv hni 1 ,
- - Him 1
all other parties interested are requiredJ
to appear to said action. This order ton
be published once each week for two
uumus in ine jrensacoia journal, a.
newspaper published in said Escamblai
county. , , .
Clerk of the Court of Record J
In the Court of Record of Escambia Coun
ty. State of Florida In Chancery-
The Citizens and Peoples National BartJr
of Pensacola, Florida, vs. Santa Rosa
Marine Company, et aL ;
On readine- thn aflMavl- T TXT TVra
Cashier of the complainant in the above
styled cause for an order requiring the
appearance of the defendant C B. Neilson
and for publication thereof, . '
It i8 ordered that the defendant. C B.f
Neilson be, and he is hereby required t
appear to the bill of comnTaint herein
the 18th day of June, 1919, and that pub1 '
lication nf this order h mn nnoa o w.ai
for eight consecutive weeks in the Pensa
cola Journal, a newspaper published at,
Pensacola. Florida. - 3D J
Done and ordered April 6th, 1919.
C M. JONES,
In EscamM County Court of Record."
State of Florida. , , ,
Swift & Company, plaintiff, vs. Oscar "
Timms and Louis E. Armstrong, defend'
ants. On the rule day in Jun, to-wltri "
Monday, the second dav of June. A. T. ,
1919.- the defendants, Oscar Timms and
Louis E. Armstrong, whose property ha,A':'
been attached, and all other parties in-:
terested are required to appear to sail
action. The order to be published once .
each week for two months in The Penf-1"'
sacola Journal, a newspaper published
in said Escambia county.
W. P. RICE. '
Clark of the Court of Record.'5
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