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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 71
- - : n ' " r ; - - - THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ' -. ' ' ' s . . ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE Phone 1500 From 7 a. '.ex.. tsi 7 p.o. ' " t4: Phone 38 From 7 p. ia. fc 1&.E3. FOR SALE troft SALE iSlt Chandler. 7-passenger. ruins and looKa line -new. A bargain t i50 C. O. . Beli Phone jUMI Falrhope, V,. 7267 rot SALE; cylinder Kissel, 7 -passenger Only run about 7(iu mles. J. El CaVo'n. Falrhope. Ala. ma rc FALE Second hand sewing mi chines, all makes. $5.00 up. Ounran ,.1. Reynalds Music House, Phone j71", ' 123$ LIBERTY DAIRT FE.ED MAKES MORE 25TLK " FKNSACrOLA FEED COMPANY PORTO RTCO Potato Plants, $2.00 thou sand, ready now. All plants passed government Inspection. Full count, rjrr.rt delivery guaranteed. Cabbage f.&nts fl "5 thousand. J. I White, Tal-iii-.aosee. Fla. 8551 FOR SALE One round bottom 25-ft. Uuncti with H. P. Lathrop en1ne clvich. n 20-ft. snd boat. Two rraLiit launch hills 19 and 84 feet tr.-'c. All pood ha gain. 1 IT. P.. 4 rrc'e PalTiFT engine and 8 H. P. Grey engine, hoth new. Pensncola s En- supp'y Co.. 7i3s. . pjj;t r- ;iunw FOR MLR A few eggs ; from choice wHe lpe'iorns. $2.00 per sitting JS. Tohn B T!"er. Phone 41. 7f51 t-o ATE House, frnr rooms and hall. Five "WfwV Vom Wnst Hl car Hn. r,.. r(,acnnaHe. Phone 289 or 171. r,, p. A. Brink. 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 ' Shipmen. $2.00 per 1000. Leading Va rieties. Tomates, $1.E0. John Aldridgre, Tallahassee, Fla. Used Cars All Makes All Kinds Prices Right. TERMS Be sure and see us before buying if you want to save money; if not go ether places. Pensacola Buggy Works 13-131 East Intendencia ... Phone 57 FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive Oil, just received from Italy by G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St. Phone 207. lm-821p FOR SALE One or the nest Dairies in Kscambia county. 20 heavy milking high grade young Jersey cows, yonr ptock. two horses, and all equipment at Myrtle Grove. Live Oak Jersev Dairy. Route A. Box 310. Pensacola. Fla. 8972 KOR PALE Five shares of American National Bank stock. Make best offer. Address G, postoffice box 1041. 8006 FOR SALE ARMY HORSES. Priced to sell. Weight 1100 to 1600 lbs. Applyv Morgan's Sta bles, East Chase St. Phone 710. 9023 f"R SALK A few eg.es from prfze-wln-ninsr Partridge Wvandottes. $2.00 per "tting:. R. T. Raines, DeFuniak Spring. 'a. 9o:3 0R SALE Bargain. Lot on S. E. cor ner of Llovd anA Dvi otreeta. 70xl&l. for price and terms, see sign on lot. S044 'HP. SALE: Overland Four Roadster, in eooil condition. Can be seen at Cary & ompany No. 2 Yard, Barranca3 Ave. and fcrden St. "0R SALE Two pairs double screen ooors, six pairs screen windows, good s new. Also laree porch lieht. 323 East Komana St. .. 91G0 'OR SALE White Leghorn. Rhode Is- Isnd Red and Flymouthrock eggs. T'y Sll N. H" St. 9161 i'OR SALE 1 Cadillac Touring Car, 1 Packard Limousine, 1 Baick Six. 1 Dodee Roadster. ' Kords. 1 iMjrd Trucks. 1 Ford Chasis. CITT GARAGE. Tarragona and Wright. -'OR SALE Two feather beds, one-horse airon. harness and buggy. 1218 N. ;i"l?Ti)rde. S041 DANCING or? street. For lnffrmatlon. phone 278. lidren's class Txedy and Friday 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 lots 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 SaiaP PHONE SS7 ELBSET A- CLUBBSr Silts Ajeal FORSALE FOR SALE Boiler, engine and saw mill outfit; complete. ' 1 O.. Box 50. Regular Communication of Pensacola Lodge No. 42 F. & A. Thursday, May 8th, 1919, at 7:30 P. M. Work In f. C. Degree. Visiting brothers frater nally invited. M. B. SCOTT, W. M. 1. R. , SAUNDERS, Secretary. FOR SALE! Handsome sarcaslon walnut bedroom suite of furniture.' Apply San Carlos Hotel, room 6377 FOK SALK Iron bed, ' springs $6.)0, dresser $10.00. Rocker 3.00. Center table $2.50. Other household goods at reasonable prices. Gas range $8.00. Call 1321 E. Jackson St FOR SALE: One new steel range with warming ycloset and a reservoir. Ad dress Walter Arndt, M. R. R. A., Box 263. City. FOR SALE Three Iron beds steads and one five-piece mission, library set. Borras Transfer Co. 022 FOR SALJS Guitar - In fine condition. Piano Shop, 18 E. Garden St. Mil 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. " FOR SALE Wagon and har ness. Phone 1718. 9063 FOR SALE A high grade standard make slightly used new piano, xne r tano Shop. 18-20 E. Garden St. 90U FOR SALE House containing five rooms and bath, near shipyard on O street. Will take Liberty Bonds as part payment. Balance time. c. J. Klcharason, 614 South O St 903s FOR SALE By owner, 7-rom dwelling. Modern conveniences. Frice very rea sonable. 606 N. Hayne St. Apply 16:10 N. 15th Ave., or phone 1009. 906 FOR SALE 16 laying hens. Phone 1211 or call at 308 W. Chase St. FOR SALE Useful and entertainlg Books. Tricks and Novelties. Send Zo stamp for catalog. Florida Pub. Co.. P. O. Box 1054. Pensacola, Fla. 9103 FOR SALE A few bargains In real es tate. Two good houses on North Hill, car line, close in. Cheap. Part cash and terms. A few good places left on East Hill. If interested see C. T. Davis. Phone 1519 after 6 p. m. 9097 FOR SALE Two pairs double screen doors, six pairs screen windows, good n new. Also large porch light. 323 East Komana St. FOR SALE Furnitur. for five-room house, two bedrooms, parlor, dining room and kitchen. All In good condi tion. Reasonably priced. Cary cottages. J. M Carter, Barrancas and Austin. 9143 FOR SALE Combination bookcase and writing desk. ' Also one oak sideboard. Can be seen at 21 West Belmont. Phona 316. ' 9139 PERSONAL ANYONE wishing the servlca of Kate Davis, nurse or mid wife, formerly at 123 West Romana street, can find her any time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone 1664. 6636 IF TOTJ SUFFER with any foot troubles. corns, bunions, callouses. Ingrowing nails, eczema, tetter, swollen or tired feet, call business pnone aoo or rmc..v. pnone 8S37- Dr. Sinclair Thomas will make your troubles disappear. Pons" Barbor Shop. 313 South Palafox street. 9003 MORTGAGE LONS I am prepared to negotiate 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 Bank Building. 3835 TAXI SERVICE SAN CARLOS TAXI EX? CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt service. Courteous, careful drivers. 7968 FOR RENT FOR RENT Modern four-room furnished apartment. Godsden St. and 17th Ave., $ couple without , children. .Phone No. 10 between 1 and p. m. 8M2 FOR RENT Unfudnlshed room to rent. Will 'furnish to right parties. 523 E. Gregory St. FOR RENT Room and board, close in. Comfortable and homelike. Call 123 West Government St. FOR RENT Large front room, southern exposure, with kitchenette, also large airy room adjoining bath, for gentlemn or coupe. Adults only. Apply 214 W. Gregory St. 9069 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., Pfeone 580. 8 FOR RENT Comfortably furnished room, southern exposure. . 'Modern conven iences. Centrally located. Gentlemen only. 240 W. Garden St. Phcne 707. 8803 FOP RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Bath, electric lights, phone. On car line, corner 16th Avi and Lee St. 8860 FOR RENT OR SALE ON TERMSTwo i'otv resi- dence, modern in all appoint ments, near Bayview Park. Lee Daniell, Phone 684 8431 FOR RENT On North Hill, two furnish ed rooms suitable for light housekeep ing, modern conveniences: also one fur nished room for gentlemen. Phone lt7 Apply 1120 N. Palaoxf St. Mrs. John Pfeifer. - 8584 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. FOR RENT Furnished room with kit chenette, with the use of bath, phone "n9Lother conver.Iences. On car line. 80 No. Alcanis. 8711 FOR -" RENT Comfortably furnished apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804 FOR RENT A furnished front room upstairs, suitable for two genWemen or couple. 313 East Gregory. Phone 1436. 9004 FOR RENT Two nicely furn shed sleep ing rooms down stairs, modern con veniences. 217 W. Intendencia. S990 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Good location for sum mer. Use of hath, phone ar.d garage. Price 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 llgnt housekeeping. 1000 E. DeSoto St phone 1795. 9113 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for ladles or gentlemen, used of phone and bath. Apply 43 E. Gregory St. 9106 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping. Apply 43 E. Gre-gory St.. 9105 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Single or ensuite. All modern improvements. Cheap rent. 1506 ast LaRua. . 9103 FOR RENT One nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen. Convenient to North Hill car line. Phone 1030. 9104 FOR SALE Registered Berk shires. Two full bred gilts, due to farrow in May. Three young boars 4 months old. Sev eral young pigs sired by Epochal Floridian. A $1,000.00 son of a 50,000.00 sire. Breed and sell only the best in English and Americanbred Berkshires. Herd headed by Baron Prince C. 2nd 256726, Grand Champion over all breeds Virginia, 1918. All hog3 and pigs registered and cholera immune, v Ask for sam ple pedigree. C. J. Sutterlind, Southern Representative, Pork maker Ward, Chipley, Fla. 8170 PIANO TUNING W. E. Lazelle, Expert Pi Ano Tuner and' Repairer. Player Pi anos a Specialty. All work guaranteed. Phona 204. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. 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 THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS, Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791- THE MORGAN-THORSON Transfer Company Truck or Team Service Phone 710 FOR RENT FOR E.VNT-One nicely furnished front v.0?' &outh exposure. Apply 216 W. Chase. 9120 FOR RENT One furnished room with kitchenette, furnished for light house keeping, one block east of Army and Navy Club. Phone 156S, 323 East Romana Ht. FOR RENT Two nice, large rooms, up stairs, furnished complete for house keeping; also garage. Apply 1202 Rast Gadsden St.. r 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 general public Capt, Frank Wilde. Manager. 830 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 liae, 236 West Government St. 8024 FOR RENT Large nine room house and barn, two acres land under cultivation. Fenced garage and feed house. L. F. Meharg. 921 Palafox St., Phone 594. 9039 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ensult or single. All Improvements, half block from car line. 1506 E. LaRua. 042 FOR RENT Large front room, southern exposure, with kltchenetto. also large airy room adpolnig, bath for gentlemen or couple." Adults only. -A?ply J14 W. Gregory St. - 9069 FOR RENT Three connecting rooms, well screened. Joining bath, hot and cold water. A-Jl modern convenience. Apply 222 W. Gregory. 9058 ROOMS LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, fur nished, home, yard, beach. Only four blocks from Palafox, out East Zarragossa. 410 South Florida Blanca. Earl S. Hauck. FOR RENT Two large conectlng rooms, furnished for housekeeping, with family of two. ' Modern conveniences. 227 East Gregory street. 9144 FOR RENT One newly furnished mod em room facing bay, at Fisherville. suitable for two gentlemen or couple, light housekeeping If desired. Bathing, nshing and breezy. Between.. E and F streets, bayshore. 9141 FOR RENT Two front rooms on bay shore, east, for light housekeeping." No. S02 DeLeon street and 13th, avenue. Fhone 1332. . 9142 FOR RENT Room and board, hot and cold water. 500 North Hayne. 9148 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day r night called for and del--red promptly. Phone No. 63. Brent Building 7962 DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth .Properly Treated; also Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand Saws, 25e. 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross Cut saws gummed. 2805 MEN'S shirts made to order at 708 E. Belmont. Silk shirts a specialty. 9123 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. . 8745 i WANTED To buy a Hoffman Steam pressor. Price must De reasonaoie. C. P.. care Journal. 905 r WANTED To buy small Hupmoblle or other light car; also a few carpenter tools. Apply after 5:30 p. m... 616 East Gadsden street. LARK Leaves Pensacola eevry Sun day at 9 a. m. for Camp Walton, Marv Esther. The Cedars. Re turns 8:30 p. m. Fare $2.00. Every Friday at 2:30 p. m. to Santa Rosa Island. Fare 50c Frank H. Henning. Telephone 788-1965. BALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 lu E. NOBLES & CO. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 89 South Palefc Street. Phon 790 . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair prices. 431 West Belmont Street. Phone 932. . Mayes Printing Co. Office Supplies U7-19 W. Government Phone 181 Ask for the Union Label On Your Sign Wrighton the Sign Man II E. Intendencia POSITIONS WANTED In memory of Col. Frank I 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. POnmON WANTED Licensed engineer IWhes employment on launch. Have years experience. Can give references. Address 'Leaman A. Williams, 710 W. Main street, Pensacola, Fla. " WANTED Position as bookkeeper or to be connected with some large lsti tutlon or wholesale house or city rep resentative. Can furnish best of rec ommendations Had 10 years experience. Employed at present. Address W. W. W., care Journal. - YOUNO LADY desires position , as of fice ETlrL AAArcnm 1 fith Atrm t7ttl Ht. j anr 7t CAN do amost any kind of common labor. I can handle tools tn house building and almost any kind of common labor. I think 1 can go as carpenter helper, not skilled labor. J. S. Brooks, 12 North C street, Pensacola, Fla, PRACTICAL nurse desire employment. 902 East Branard. Phone 403. Pensa cola, Fla. Young lady stenographer, with some ex perience wishes a position. Phone 94S. WANTED A position as gardner try man of lonp experience. Address re plies to A. G. Wall. 508 1-2 S. Palafox 8t. POSITION -wanted by young man; win ing worker and ran give good refrer.ces. Anv answer to do anything appreciated. Address E. . C. Hardaker, S04 N. Guilla marde St. ' YOUNG LADY with Clerical experience desires a position, fceve knowledge of shorthard. Address A. B. C, care The Journal. . POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper, of 12 years experience, wants position. An swer H- A. P., care Journal. - A REFINED lady wishes a position at once as companion to an alderly lady, with-- light housekeeping duties, or car of widowers family; In or out of the city. Address I. 90S E. Jackson St.. Pensacola, Fla. WIDOW Refined, age 35, desires position as companion or housekeeper to elderly lady or gentleman. Reply, Widow, care Journal office.-"' A REFINED lady wishes a position t once as companion to an elderly lady, with light housekeeping duties, or care of widower's family; in or out of the city. Address L 90S E. Jackson St., Pensacola. ELDERLY man desires position as night watchman or other similar light work. Address 119 W. Chase. HELP FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register with tfie employment department of the Pan-American College, Rooms 274 to 2S9 Brent Bldg, No charge. Position wait ing 4841 WANTED Experienced white chamber maid. Apply Miss Conner, House keeper, San Carlos HoteL 8216 WANTED A refined gentlewoman to take over the dining room and kitchen of one of the most deslrableprlvate boarding houses in Pensacola. . Over twenty- boarders now taking meals. - For terms address H. M. S., care Journal. - WANTED Colored woman to do gen eral house work, room on place If de sired. 913 N. Palafox St.. or phone 16S3. GOVERNESS for a three and a half year old boy, middle aged, white, and a Christian. Good home and- pay for right party. Address Postoffice ' Box 1033. - 9140 WANTED Boys of 16 or over to set up pins in bowling alley. Apply Pastime Bowling Alley. EDUCATIONAL MISS Z. D. ADAMS, Qualified Teacher, Dement-PItmanlc 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. , 8573 BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing, packing, storing. WHEN in need of any transfer work ring up 618. UAllmark Transfer Co. .. ARTIaNWELI ARTESIAN WELLS Will put la wells 4 to 20 inches diameter, any depth and guarantee water. Write for full informa tion Gray Artesian Well Co.. P. O. Box 1077 or Fhone 4. ; Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to - Peter Lmdenstruth 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. Phone 2032 Build a Home First ! Campaign Now On in Pensacola. Stearns Lumber Co. HELP--MALE WANTED Reliable man for office work. uiuat uo a. permanent resident, familiar With rtfc m nf iitr..t. nnif aoAm. , hlyh class man considered. Box 1097. - - J7 BOYS EARN MONEY selling the Pen uacola Journal. dally an Sunday. Wanted 100 boys daily end 200 boys Suidays to make from 60c to $5 day. See Circulation Manager any morning S o'ekefc. WANTED Youth for o!lector. Salary small at start, but it is a permaner.t position with opportunity to leam busi ness. Address stating age. references and salary expected, to C-42 care Jour nal. PORTER WANTED Isis Thea tre. AUTHORIZED Negro War Book. 700 Dares, bv Kelly Miller, of Washington, D. C. and an Assistant of War Depart ment; greatest book for colored people ever published: over 100 pictures; negro in action; price only $2.50. Going like wiia fire. Agents nig outnt iree. oer. the big book. Free patriotic pictures with each order. Act quick. Multikln Company, Ltlmberton. N. C. 90S9 WANTED Capable violin music teach - er to give evening or Sunday lessons. Address E. F., care JournaL If you have $2,000 to $3,000 cash capital and would be interested in opening an entirely new line of business in your lo cality which should net you $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 anually, write at once for pa--ttculars. Mechanical Machine & Tori Wcrks, 314 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Air. WANTED Colored boy for waiter at Bagdad Inn. Room and board on prom ises. Apply to Miss Ahl, Bagdad, Fla. McGowin-Foshee Lumber Co., of Falso, Ala., heeds efficient, 3aw mill men; experienced shop man to do locomotive work and repair log cars ; experienced night wtchman for saw mill plant; carpenter for general re pair work, and other experienced men for different places. Write full experience first letter, mar ried or single. Good places for right men. 9135 , WAism .WAlVA'ttD our 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 celled for acd delivered prorrptly. 7914 WANTED Your Job Jrlntlng and order! for engraving of all kinds, calling cards wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT ING CO.. 24 West Government. 510 WANTED S e w t n g Machines and STRING INSTRUMENT? to repair. Will put them In bo-m! condition and guarantee the work; thirty years' exper ience. Phone T91. I will call. 20 E. Gar den St. J. H. Blak 4ey. - 7108 WANTED Phonographs of all kinds repaired and new springs put m. The Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phone 791. : . 90C5 WANTED To rent by couple without children, unfurnished house or part ot house with parties without children, in good neighborhood, arid 'modern "con veniences. Address X. Y Z-. care The Journal. 9145 LOST LOST One $50 Victory Bond, No. 5023802, at Naval Air Station Monday afternoon. In sealed, stamped and ad dressed envelope, to Mrs. j. B. Mankln, Murfresboro, Tenessre $5 reward for Its return to P. H. Mankin, 27 E Gregory St. 9162 LOST Male fox terrier aoout ": seven months old. Face half black, black stripe around body and short tail." Ke ward for return to 200 W, LaRua. Phone 104. it-ms LOST One dark brown mule about 11 years. Scar on top of neck; scar over paj of shoulder; limps some; scratches on leg and necK; whip signs- on right hip. This mule ltjft Fountain store April 6th, off at hard road, and was last heard of at Econflna 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. 9013 LOST A gold bead necklace on a gold chain, somewhere between Baylen and Gregory streets and Barcelona and Strong. Suitable reward If returned to 804 N. Barcelona. . . , LOST One black - leather pocket book with two $1.00 bills and pass to Navy Yard. Finder can have money if they will return pass to E. H. Sweat, Chro Cola Bottling Co. 90aa LOST White setter dog; med ium size. Finder please phone 475. Guy F. Palmes. 9031 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. 909 it STRAYED OR STOLEN From -Muscogee, April 29th. one medium size solid yellow collie dog. Finder please notify T. M. Henderson. Muskogee, Fla. 9096 LOST Tan and white fox terrier; license tag No. 230. Reward If returned to i21 North fc'prins street. ln EsCA?-b!?. i;outy .Court of Record,f - . riviiua in inancery. rrE Jt Siiad?; Complainant, vs. Jamea, rraok Shade, Defendant. info11 ?0n2a,y' .ho 2nd day of Jun- A. 13." 1S19. the defendant, James Frank Shade." lZ aPPer t the bill nied against him herein. This order to be published onee eaeM 7t . or elKht 8) consecutive weeks in tne Pensacola Journal, a newspaper puiwt llshed in said Escambia county. - w. p. rice, ; Clerk Court of Record. ,A Pensacola. Fla-, April 7th. 1919. ' - Notice Is hereby given that he un.' dersigned intend to file their petition fore the Honorable C. M. Jonea, Judge': of the Court of Record of Escambia ' County, State of Florida, on the 14th dav 1 of June. A, D. 1919, asking for an ordr ' authorizing the adoption by them of Al- ' Pine May Cobb, a minor female child. ALFRED ADAMS. r. ROSA LEE ADAMS. t May 7, 1919. oaw4w ' j i '" LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OF - RAILWAY CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each rnonth. K, cf P, halL Recording Secretary. President. 7807 Live Oak Camp No. 1. Woodmen of th'J Vorld meets fh-Bt and third Tuesday 1 i 1 ,vsu,ilr meetings. woodmen, Hall, 115 and 117 1-2 West Garden St. r CLYDF, LITTLE. J. Z. NEVILLE, Jr. clerk. PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO.4. t O. O. V Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O F ' rnetts every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. in Raiford HalL Corner Haylen and Bel mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O 3. NICOLAN. Recording Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN .Mfc.JiiA!NlJH f 'Pensacola council No 85 Junior order Lnlted American Mechanics meets sec-! ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. at K. of P. Hall. Ill E. Tntendencia 5t. over McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor- dlaUy invited. . . , W. E. KTNG. Ree.-Secy. F. P. DILLIARD, j con. j MASONIC TEMPLE. A Special communication of Es M cambia Lodge- No. 15, F. & A. M. J Thursday, May 9th 7:30 p. no. w Work I&n the E. A. Degree. Visiting Brothers fraternally invited. . JNO. G. CARO. W. M. " F. D. RICHARDS. Secy. , LODGE NOTICE. Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 meets' every Thursday night at W, O. W-, Romana and Baylen Streets, at 8 p. m. H. PAULSEN, Pres. XV. H. LANOFORD. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Bpeclal conclave of Couer de Lion Commandery, No, 1, Knights Templar, Wednesday, May 7th. at 7:30 p. m. Work in the R. C. degeree. Sojourning tir Knights courteously Invited.' . C. 8. BONACKER, F L. MILLER. E. C. Recorder. . FALLS BUSES KING OF THE HIGHWAY A medium priced tire, giving greatest mileage for least money. The BEST tire on the market for Ford cars. F. S. Mellen & Co. Distributors. Phone 334' "DRESS UP." Newest, Stylish Clothes for Men and Women. Buy your new; Spring Clothes here ' on easy Credit. We clothe the entire family. Gentry-Strickland Co.," 26 South Palafox Street. i Used Cars For Sale We 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 theso big bargains. United Auto Sales Co. Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099. .London Woolen Mills ; Made to Your Individual Order? 117 South PaWox Street YOUR FALL SUIT! S15tm ! BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 117-119 W. Garden St. Automobile Supplies and Accessories. Agent for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles.