THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL MONDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1919.
THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
From 7 a- to
i 7 p. Ei. , tf
Froa 7 p. hi. to
caLE iS18 Chandler. T-pMiM)g;
n,,n and looKs 1ik -new. A bargain
. r.?nC O. Bali Phone Fairhope,
t l'"" T207
r , caLE 6 ryllnder Kissel, 7-passen-Vr""
or.iy run about IQJv mles. J. K.
Gaston. Fairhope. Ala. T268
-aP SALE Second hand sewing ma
,-Mnes all makes. $5 00 up. Ouaran
ReynaWs Music House, Phone
vnn VLF One ton motor truck with
tiki" body and pneumatic tires. AIsj
' tww boxed wagon. J. H. Sherrm,
f'.rne 452. 8775
LIBERTY DaIKY F2.ED
FOKTO RICO Potato Plants. 82.00 thoU
in'l. ready now. All plants passed
g"ernment Inspection. Full count.
r-.TPt delivery 3rantcim.,9ab
riants $1-75 thousand. J. L. White. Tal-
HMoee. Fla. 8651
ron SALE One round bottom 28-ft-'w-h
with IT. P. LathroT engine
,nd rltitcli. One 20-ft. speed bpat Two
pmsiiu't laOBch hulls 19 and 24 feet
lor,;. All pood bargains. 10 H. P.. 4
cvM Palmar enrine nd 3 H. P. Grey
enslr.e. both new. P?' J5""
"-. and Supply Co.. 713S. P1'0
Phone 6?0. tf-8371
for SALE A few eggs from choice
rhorn?. 2.f-o per sitting J V
.Tnhn B. Tier. Phone 41. "f81
rnt? ?4T,E House, four rooms and hall.
1 .hifwui from V-t. IT,,1 tar 1"
rpa:onBhle. . Phone 289 or 171.
r' r A. Brink. "S
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunks and baggage
to or from the depot at short
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
Phore 618. x
PORTO RICO POTATO
DRAWS. We beaded Six
Thusand Bushels. Splendid
Plants. Prompt Shipmen.
$2.00 per 1000. Leading Va
rieties. Tqmates, $1.50. John
Aldridge, Tallahassee, Fla.
FOR SALE Telephone exchange lu lown
of Cottondale. Fla. Easy terms, small
cash pavment. win gli half interest to
rb?iy who an take management Co-
tonrfale Telephone Co. 8858
Pure bred Anconas and light Brahma
eeg-s for hatching: $2.00 for 15. R.
B. Saunders. East Pensacola Heights,
or phone 339. 8480.
FOR SALE Twenty acre tract of land,
near Ferry Pass Road, about 8 miles
frcm Prnsacola. partly lnrproved, four
room house, price reasornble. Applv
Leroy V. Holsberry. 403 Theisen Build
FOR SALE Scotch Marine Boiler, tour
by six feet, allowed 150 lbs. steam, and
:sht by ten marine engine with all equln
ment for J500. O. Box 137, Mobile.
Be sure and see us before buying if
you want to save money; If not go
Pensacola Buggy Works
13-131 East Intendencia
FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive
Oil, jusf received from Italy by
G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St.
Phone 207. ' , ; lm-8219
FOR SALE One of the best Dairies in
'hi i a a county. 20 heavy milking
ni-fi grade younsr Jersev cows, youns'
lOCK. two horses, and all equipment at
5T;Ie Gmve. Live Oak Jersev Dairy.
oute A. Box 310. Pensacola. Fla. 8973
r 'J-E Large 8 room house. 1101
iSl- Jacksn St.. bargain. $3,150.00.
rpiy owner on premises. 89S2
J1 SALE Five passenger Ford car.
ueapon for sellinsr. owner goinsr away,
'-an be seen at Fig City. W. K. RIdeout.
i LEF1Ve shares of American
national Bank stock. Make best offer.
Address G, postoffice box 1041. 9006
f t1fLE Tw0 hand-ralnted bedsteads;
wht?1 5sses: 1 hrass bedstead; 1 single
l SLeaa: 1 sanitary cot with pad
!-.-m.e2 COt: be1 Davenport: 1 willow
MreViF0?7' 306 West Greg-Cfc!Ii-en
V. ,Por ta,"tlon. phone 278.
claj Toesday and Friday
!r, rf " " rugs; an Kinds of dishes,
"fiUdme cut glass and china. All kinds
rrV-'( furnishings; 1 coal oil stove.
See Us For Homes or Home Sites
806 East Aragon street, five rooms, $750.
824 East Gregory street, five rooms, $1,000.
1310 East Strong, six rooms, $1500 ; terms. '
We are still selling lpts just north of the Ship Build
ing plant at $60.00 each, and we have some on East Greg
ory near 14th avenue, at $175.00 each. If it is a house, or
a lot, you had better see us.
Pensacola Finance Company
"We Always Have Houses Fcr Sals"
PHONE S57 ELBERT A. CLUBB3, Sslm AstnX
FOR QUICK SALE 1 Daven
ette with mattress, good as
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 SALEARMY HORSES.
Priced to sell. Weight 1100 to
1600 lbs. Apply Morgan's Sta
bles, East Chase St. Phone 710.
FOR SALK-t-A few eggs from prize-winning
Partridge Wyandottes, $2.00 per
netting;. R. T. Raines, DeFuniak Spring,
FOR SALE Bargain. Lot on S. E. cor
ner of Lloyd and Davis streets, 70x150.
For price and terms, see sign on lot. 90 44
1'OR SALE Overland Four Roadster, in
good condition. Can be seen at Cary &
Company No. 2 Yard. Barrancas Ave. and
FOR SALE Two feather beds, one-horse
wagon, harness and bugjy. xtio
KOR SALE Three iron beds steads and
one five-piece mission library set.
Borras Transfer Co. 8032
FOR SASJ3 Guitar in fine condition.
Piano Shop, 18 E. Garden St. 051
FOR SALE Six cylinder Pack
ard automobile in excellent
condition. Only reason for sell
ing, account of leaving the
state. For further particulars,
apply to Mrs. F, W. Stevens,
Bagdad, Fla. 9049
FOR SALE House No. 123 E.
Gregory, St., and lot fronting
182 feet on Gregory Street by
192 feet in depth. "Offered for
the purpose of settling an estate.
For further information apply
to Jerry J .Sullivan, Jr., attor
ney for administrator, Thiesen
Building. : U 1 - .':
FOR SALE For sale cheap, one wash
stand, table, two rockers, china cab
inet, wood stove, pas stove and Ice box.
Must be sold at once. Apply 216 V.
Chase St. 907x
FOR SALE Mule, wagon and
harness. . Phone 1718. 9063
FOR SALE A high grade standard mike
slightly used new piano. The Pin
Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St. a0b
FOR SALE African grey parrot. Talk
and whistle. Alo Edison phonograph
and records. Good as new ladles chair.
305 W. Romana. SOjJ
FOR SALE House containing five rooms
and bath, near shipyard on O street,
will take Llecrty Bonds as parrpayment
Balance time. C. J. "Richardson, 614
South O St. 50j!)r
FOR SALE By owner. 7-rr,nm dwelling.
Modern conveniences. Price very rea-
v.i enc TC f?a-ne St. AmlV 16i0
PU.iauici. vv ... - - c.a?.
N. 15th Ave., or phone 1009. 906a
FOR SALE 16 laying hens. Phone. 1211
or call at 308 W. Chase St.
FOR SALE White family rotary sewin
machine, worth $70. for $35. Can be
seen at 323 East Gadsden street. 9014
Sweet Peas, Roses, Pansies and
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt
service. Courteous, careful
drivers! 796 S
ARTESIAN WELLS Will put Ift wells
4 to 20 Inches diameter, any dpth and
guarantee water. Write for full Informa
tion. Gray Artesian Well Co., P." O. Bo
1077 or Phone 49. 811
OR SALE Useful and entertalnlg
.Book, Tricks and Novelties. Send- 0c
stamp for catalog. Florida Pub. Co., P.
O. Box 1054, Pensacola, Fla, 109
XR SALE A few bargains In real ts
tate. Two good houses on North Hill,
car line, close in. Cheap. Part cash
and terms. A few good places left on
fcast Hill. If Interested see C. T. Davis.
Phone 1519 after p. m. 9097
i'OR SALE Two pairs double screen
doors, six pairs screen windows, good ea
new. Also large porch light. 323 East
FOR RENT Modern rour-room furnished
apartment. Godsden St. and 17th Ave.,
to couple without children. Phone No.
10 between 1 and 2 p. m. 8S42
FOR RENT Rooms: Sleeping rooms
from $10 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 E80. 8aao
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished room,
southern exposure. Modern conven
iences. Centrally located. Gentlemen
only. 240 W. GardeflTSt. Phcne 707. 8802
FOP RENT Two furnished rooms for
llg-ht housekeeping. Bath, electric
lights, phone. On car line, corner 16th
Ava and Lee St. S860
KOR RENT OR SALE ON
, TERMS Two t'ory resi
dence, modern in all appoint
ments, near Bayview Park.
Lee Daniell, Phone 684.
FOR RENT On North Hill, two furnish
ed rooms suitable for light housekeep
ing, modern conveniences; also one fur
nished room for gentlemen. Phone 16'
Apply 1120 N. Palaoxf St. Mrs. John
FOR RENT Small back room down
stairs. Modern conveniences. 221 N.
Barcelona. Phone 1726. 894'J
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms.
$1.75 per weok and up. 304 N. Guille
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
r.nd moving household goods at
short notice. Ring phone 618,
Hallmark Transfer Co. '
OR RENT Large- aJry room with modem
conveniences on North Hill. 118 v.
Gadsden, phone 1407. . 872a
FOR RENT rairnlshed room with kit
chenette, with the use of bath, phone
and other conveniences. On car line. 80t
NO. Alcaniz. 871C
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804
FOR RENT A furnished front room
upstairs, suitable for two gentlemen or
couple. 313 East Gregory. Phone 1486.
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 US W. Garden St. 8992
FOR RENT Two nicely furn shed sleep
ing rooms down stairs, modern con
veniences. 217 W. Intendencia. 8990
FOR RENT Cool, comfortable rooms
furnished for light housekeeping. Up
stairs or down. Good-- bathing. Terms
reasonable. 414 So. Alcanl St. 8976
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Good location for sum
mer. Use of bath, phone ar.d garage.
Frice reasonable. 1710 East Gadsden 3t.,
Fhone 1441. 9117
FOR RENT Large furnished room on
East Hill, southern exposure, for gen
tlemen, or could be arranged for light
housekeeping. 1000 E. DeSoto St., phone
FOR RENT Garage. Apply 316 N. Bar
celona St.. or phone 2203. - 9112
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for ladles
or gentlemen, used of phone and bath.
Apply 43 E. Gregory St. 9106
FOR RENT Two furniehed rooms suit
able for light housekeeping. Apply 43
E. Gregorv St.. 9105
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Single or ensulte. All
modern improvements. Cheap rent. 1504
Kast LaRua. 9103
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room
for one or two gentlemen. Convenient to
North Hill car line. Phone 1030. 9104
FOR RENT Ten room house, completely
furnished. Will rent for six months.
Address XX, care Journal. 9100
FOR RENT Seven room furnished bun
galow. 400 W. Gonzalez. Phone 1132.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, on North Hllh to
couple only; bath, electric lights, linen
and use of phone. 424 W. Lloyd St..
Phone 1296. 911
Truck or Team Service
78 E. Wright St. Phone 676
FOR RENT Large room and kitchenette
upstairs. Southern exposure. Modern
conveniences. Apply 221 N. Barcelonta.
or phone 1726. jhj
FOR RENT One nicely furnished front
room. Southern exposure. Apply 218
W. Chase. 812o
FOR RENT--One furnished room with
kitchenette, burnished for light house
keeping, one block east of Army and Navy
Club. Phone 1568, 323 East Komana St.
FOR RENT Two nice, large rooms, up
stairs, furnished complete for house
keeping; also garage. Apply 1202 East
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
by the week, $2.50 and up. Open to the
Capt. Frank Wilde.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping to couple without chil
dren, with family of two. J 1-2 blocks
from post office on car llae, 236 West
Government St. S024
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room.
562 West Garden. . 9027
KOR RENT A modern apartment of
two rooms for light housekeeping. Hot
and cold water connections. ' Screened.
No children. Apply 216 East Gregory St.
FOR RENT Two or three large furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping; elec
tric lights and bath. Apply 910 N. 6th
Ave. s 9034
FOR RENT Large nine room house and
barn, two acre land under cultivation.
Fenced gratce- and feed house. L. F.
Meharg, 921 Palafox St., Phone 594. 90X9
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ensult
or single. All Improvements, half block
from car line. 1506 E. LaRua. 042
FOR RENT Furnished room. All mod
ern conveniences. Apply 306 W. Bel
mont. Phone 275. 8847
FOR RENT Large front room, southern
exposure, with kitchenette, also larse
airy room adjoining, both for gentlemen
or couple. Adults only. Apply 214 W.
Gregory St. 9069
FOR RENT House 516 N. Hayne St.
Has two bed rooms, hall, dlnlne room,
kitchen end reception-room. Will be
vacated the 7th. Will consider mrnishlng
if desired. Apply 519 N. Hayne Ct. 9060
FOR RENT Large, coot, comfortable
room; on car line; suitable for couple
of gentlemen. 1107 E. Jacxson. Phone
FOR RENT Three connecting 1 rooms,
well screened. Joining bath, hot and
cold water. All modern convenience.
Apply 222 W. Gregory. p!'C8
FOR RENT Two comfortable screened
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
With couple. References required. An
ply 305 W. Chase. 906
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, f uf
nishedr home, yard, beach.
Only four blocks from Palafox,
out East Zarragossa. 410 South
Florida Blanca. Earl S. Hauck.
TO RENT 3 furnished rooms." with elec
. trie lights and gas stove. Phone 2225.
519 W. Garden St.
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day
or night called for and deli .-..red
promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent Budding
DR. HAMILTON' THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Saws. 25c. 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross
Cut saws gummed. 2S05
FOR CHARTER Motor
vessel "Lark," capacity
150 passengers, speed 10
miles. Pensacola's new ex
cursion boat. For terms en
outre on board. City Wharf.
! Magnolia St., or Frank H.
Henning, Master Office
Tel., 788; Residence Tel.
MEN'S shirts made to order at 708 E.
Belmont. Silk shirts a specialty. 9123
INGRAM OPTICAL CO.,
WE GRIND OUR
Just Try a Pound of
. CUT RATE SHOE SHOP -.
Shoe Repairing Quickly Done.
Work called for and delivered
Guaranteed work at fair prices.
431, West Belmont Street.
Mayes' Printing Co.
Office Supplies '
17-19 W. Government
Ask for the Union Label
On Your Sign
Wrighton the Sin Man
In memory f Col. Frank l
Mayes, and in recognition of the
spirit of helpfulness that was his.
The Journal will insert under this
classification, free advertisements
r those In need of employment.
POftf TION WANTED Licensed engineer
V lhl .mnlnvm On t tin launch PIdv !
years expedience. Can give references.
Address Lsimiln A Wllllnm. 71 A W
Main street, Pensacola, Fla.
YOUNG LADY desires position as of
fice irirL AdrlnM Ifith Ava snr) 17th
AC 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 1 can go as carpenter
neiper, not skilled labor. J. s. tirooKs
12 North C street, Pensacola, Fla.
PRACTICAL nurse desire employment.
902 East Branard. Phone 403. , Pensa
STENOGRAPHER with some experleno
Wishes position. Ring phone 945, X.
W. C. A.
i - i I, ,
Young lady stenographer, with some ex
perience wishers a position. Phone 945.
WANTED A position as gardner tT
man of lonjy experience. Address re
plies to A. G. Wall 608 1-2 S. Palafox St.
WANTED By a boy of good character,
honest and reliable, a job at anything
a boy of 16 Vars could do. Address W. D.
B.. Route 2, Box 12 C, Pensacola, Fla.
POSITION wanted by young man; will
ing worker and can Irlve good refrer.ces.
Anv answer to do anything appreciated.
Address E. C. Hardaker, 304 N. Guille
WANTED A position by a Pitmanlc
stenographer and touch typist. Good
references. B. L. G., phone 1373.
WANTED By a oy of good character,
honest and reliable, s. job at anything a
boy of 16 vers can do. Address W. D. B.,
Route 2, Box 12C. Pensacola, Fla.
YOUNG LADY with clerical experience
desires a position. Kave knowledge of
shorthand. Address A. B, C, care The
POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper, of 12
years' experience, wants position. An
swer H A. P., care Journal.
A REFINED lady wishes a position tt
once as companion to an alderly lady,
with light housekeeping duties, or cars
of widowers' family; in or out of the city.
Address I, 908 E. Jackson St., Pensacola,
WIDOW Refined, age 35. desires position
as companion or housekeeper to elderly
lady or gentleman. Reply, Widow, care
A REFINED lady wishes a position at
once as companion to an elderly lady,
with light housekeeping duties, or care
of widower's family; in or out of the city.
Address I, 908 E. Jackson St., Pensacola.
KLDERLY man desires position as nisrht
watchman or other -similar light work.
Address 119 W. Chase.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of the
Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 289
Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wait
WANTED Experienced white chamber
maid. Apply Miss Conner. House
keeper, San Carlos Hotel. 8216
WOMAN for cooking and general house
work. Good wages to reliable woman.
911 N. Spring. 9122
MISS Z. D. ADAMS, Qualified Teacher.
Dement-Pltmanlc Shorthand. Touch
Typewriting. Individual Instruction.
Business training. Pupil's holding po
sitions In Civil Service, and with lead
ing business firms of this and other
cities. Terms: $6-00 per month In ad
vance. Address: Phone 1373 or 411 W.
Gregory Street. SS79
TRANSFER STORAGE r
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
WHEN in need of any transfer
work ring up 618. ITallmark
Elebash Jewelry Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For Best and Neatest Work in
Repairs. All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street.
Build a Home First!
Campaign Now On in
Stearns Lumber Co.
Charge Accounts Opened, Pay
able $1.00 weekly. Put your
Cash into Liberty Bunds. Use
your Credit to Buy Clothes. We
clothe the family. Gentry-Strickland
Co, 26 S. Palafox St
WANTED Reliable man for office work.
Jriust be a permanent resident, familiar
with names of streets and residents. Only
hiyh clasg man considered. Box 1037.
BOYS EARN MONEY Belling the Pen
ttacola Journal, dally and v Sunday.
Wanted 100 boys daily and 200 bovs
Ruiidays to make from BOc to $5'-. 'day.
See Circulation Manager any morning 5
WANTED Youth for collector. 8alary
small at start, but it Is a permanent
position with opportunity to leam busi
ness. Address stating age. references
and salary expected, to C-42 care Jour
nal. WANTED Steam presser. also man to
work around dry cleaning room. Apply
National Dry Cleaning Co., 16 E. Garden
WANTED Carpenters, white and color
ed, 40c to 60c per hour, 10 hours a day.
Also saw mill and planing mill hands,
new mill, 30c per hour and up, 10 hours
work. Pay every Saturday. Good healtny
place on main line railroad. Can use 2b
good track hands at $3.00 per day, 10
hours. Address O. C. Nelson. Supt.
Williams Yellow Pine Co., Poplarvliie
WANTED Office boy. Appiy West Fla.
Grocery Co. 'J054
WANTED Your furnitureand
household goods o pack and
crate at reasonable price. Hall
mark Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WANTED To deliver messages or pack
ages for you. Special messenger service
rnone numDer 6Z. tsreni t'a, jnessaRe
or packages called for anfi delivered
WANTED Your Job jrintliig and order!
for engraving of all kinds, (-ailing cards
wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT
ING CO.. 24 West Government. 510
WANTED S e w t n r Machines and
STRING INSTRUMENTS to repair.
Will put them in good condition and
guarantee the work; thirty years' exper
ience. Phone 791. I wiU calL 20 E. Gar
den St. J. H. Blakeey. 7108
WANTED Phonographs of all kinds
repaired and rte"w springs put in. The
Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phone
WANTED To rent a room by a gentle
man, about fi blocks of San Carlos
Hotel. "Care P. O. Box 2S5, City. 9070
WANTED Five or six room furnished
house for the summer. Quiet location
in good neighborhood. E. A. W., care
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 To buy a Hoffman Steam
presser. J'rice must be reasonable.
C. P., care Journal. 905f
LOST One dark brown mule about 11
years. Scar "on Iod of neck: scar over
part of shoulder; limps some: scratches
on leg and neck: whip signs on right
hip. This mule left Fountain store April
6th, off at hard road, and was last heard
or at Econfina creek. Liberal reward
offered for mule or information. Wire
or write First National Bank of Panama
City, Florida, or R. C. Welsh, St. An
drews, Fla. 0013
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.
LOST One black leather pocket book
with two J1.00 bills and pass to Navy
Yard. Finder can have ' money if- they
will return pass to E. H. Sweat, Chero
Cola Bottling Co. ; 9052
LOST-Paper , money aggre
gating large amount even
ing May . Finder communi
cate with shop inspector,
ship yard." Reward.
LOST White setter dog; med
ium size. Finder please phone
475. Guy F. Palmes. 9031
LOST White setter dog, - medium sia:e.
Finder p!f ase notify Guy F. Palmes,
phone 475, and receive reward. 'Jlti'l
LOST Pair of nose glasses on City of
Tampa or Palafox wharf, last Sunday
morning, April 27, 1919. Return to W. C
Diffenderfer's Jewelry Store. . 9013
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Musco
gee, April 29th, one medium size solid
yellow collie dog. Finder please notify
T. M. Henderson. Muskogee, Fla. 90U6
LOST Baby spoon engraved R. H., on
DeVillier street, from Gregory Btreet to
Chase street or from Barcelona to Bel
mont streets. Finder please phone 2203.
LOST Sunday afternoon on West Hill
car line or At Baseball Park, gentle
man's folding card case pocket book con
tainig lodge and other receipts, $60 in
currency and 40 check. Liberal reward
for return to Old Armstrong School House
and ask forW. C. Fetermann.
London Woolen Alills
Made to Your Individual Order
117 South PaUfex Street
YOUR FALL SUIT
Painting & Decorating
Johnson & Frederickson
Phone 502. 16 W. Government.
Notice Is herebv dvan ttrnf t, s..
Board of Accountanacy will hold an ex
amination at Jacksonville , on the 15tn
and 16th of May 1919, for those desiring
to obtain a certificate of Certified Ac
countant. For information apply to Wal
ter Mucklow. Chairman. 56 U. S. Trust
Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
ANYONE wishing the service
of Kate Davis, nurse or mid
wife, formerly at 123 West
Romana street, can find her any
time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone
IF YOU SUFFER with any foot troubles.
corns, bunions, callouses, ingrowing
nails, eczema, tetter, swollen or tired
feet, call business phone 356 or residence
phone 883. Dr. Sinclair Thomas will make
your troubles disappear. Pons' Barb,r
Shop, 813 South Palafox street. . 9009
I am nreoared to nep-ntiat
loans on improved farms and
city property. Five or 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
. RAILWAY CLERKS
Pensacola Lodge 311.
Regular meetings first and third Frl
day each month. K. of halL
Sm,th Win. P. Da-sis.
Recording Secretary. President.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. Woodmen of the
Uorld meets first and third Tuesday
,or regular meetings. Woodmen
Hall, 115 and 117 1-2 West Garden St.
J. Z. NEVILLE. Jr.
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I O O V
Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O O 'f
rretts every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. in
Raiford Hall, Corner Baylen and Bel
mont stfeets. Visitors Cordially Invited.
M. W. PETERSON. N. O
9- NTCOLAN, Recording Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
Pensacola council No 35 Junior order
united Americai Mechanics meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. at K.
of P. Hall, ill E. Tntendencla (St.. over
McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited. s.
W. E. KING. Rpc.-S:,
P. P. DILLIARD,
Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 meets
every Thursday night at W. O. W..
Romana and Baylen Streets, at 8 p. m.
IT. PAULSEN. Pres.
W. H. LANGFORD. Secy.
The lecture called for Sun-
m day. May 4th, has been post
f0 poned to Friday, May 9th. at
8 P- m. Take due notice
thereof and govern yourselves
JNO. G. CARO. W. M.
F. D. RICHARDS, Secy.
F. &. A. M.
' Special communication of Naval
Lodge No. 24. F. & A. M., Tues
day evening. May the 6th, at 7:3tf
p. m. Work in the F. C. degree.
Visiting brothers fraternally invited.
FRANCIS M. WESTON, W. M.
WM. F. HANSEN, Secy.
Regular meeting of Florida Chapter No.
9. O. K. S.. Tuesday, May 6th. at 8 p. jn.
Visiting members cordiallv welcomed.
MRS. EMMA ROGERS. W.. M.
MRS. MARGUERITE LYLE. Secy.
f MASONIC TEMPLE.
Regular communication of Escambia
Lodge. No. 15, F. & A. M.. Monday. May
5th, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brothers fra
JNO. G. CARO, W. M.
K. D. TUCHAROS. Secy.
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi
anos a Specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phone 204.
Piano Tuning and Repair
ing. No matter what the cost
or the make of your Piano.
Tuning is as necessary as the
strings or the keys. Exami
nation free. We guarantee to
please. The Piano Shop, Z.
A. Thomas, Manager, 18-20
E. Garden St. Phone 791.
Use ! Cars
V e have the following
used cars all in perfect
shape. See them : Buick
six, 5 pass., 1918 model;
2 Fords, 5-pass.; 1 Max
well. You will find these
United Auto Sales Co.
Garden and Baylen,
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