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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1919.
THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Phone 1500 From 7 a. nr. to 7p.C3 Phone 38 Froa 7 p. o. tq 1 a. ex. 7" ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPL& FOR SALE .n BAt.R Second hand sewing mi. rVh!nes, all makes. 15. 00 up. Outran Reynalds iittslc House. Phone 1231 LIBERTY DAIRY FILED MAKES MORE MILK ttt-?A(!OL.A FEED COMPANY roKTO KTCO Potato Plants, $2.00 thou iwn1 ready now. All plants passed .overnment Inspection. Pull count. ,.1t?,pt delivery guaranteed. Cabbage plants 11.75 thousand. J. L. White, Tal Ss.gjpe. Fla. mR PALE One round bottom 22-ft taunrh with 8 H. P. Lathrop enrine r1uch. One 2-ft. speed boat. Two nnfut laulich hills 19 and 24 feet Kc All Pood ha-&afn. 30 IT. P.. 4 rvc' Palmar ensin- and 3 H. P. Grey nsrlne. both new, Pensacola Ohs T!n aftd Supply CO.. 7133. VPJlf. Phcme S0. tf"71 fnR PALE A few eggs from choice whit lortorn. 12.00 per sitting is. ,. n Tl"er. Phone 41. 7251 rnw ?AT,E House, four rooms and halL rive Mocks from "ast H"l car Htm "Are ri-ssonsMft Phono 289 or 1T1, ii, f, A. Brink. 8385 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. Fi-omri Shipmen. $2.00 per 1000. Leading" Va rieties. Tomates, $1.50. Johi Aldridge, 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 other places. Pensacola Buggy Works , 13134 East Intendencia Phone 57 FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive Oil, just received from Italy by G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St. Phone 207. lm-8219 FOR SALE ARMY HORSES. Priced to sell. Weight 1100 to 1600 lbs. Apply Morgan's Sta bles, East Chase St. Phone 710. 9023 KOR SALE A few eggs from prlze-wln- mng rsrtnaee Wyandottes. "? 00 per mn?. it. T. Raines, DeFuniak Springs, Ha. 9053 I OR PALE Overland Four Roadster, in coofl condition. Can be seen at Cary & ompany no. 2 Yard, Barranca3 Ave. and Garden St. ICR SALE Two pairs double screen floors, six pairs screen windows, good as new. Also large porch light. 323 East Komana St. .. 9160 FOR SALE White Leghorn. Rhode Is land Red and Flymouthrock eggs, ucarantfe hatching. 31.00 per dozen. Ap tly 311 N. 'H" St. , 9161 FOR SALE 1 Cadillac Touring Car, 1 Packard Limousine. 1 Bulek Six. 1 Dodge Roadster. 4 Fords, 2 Ford Trucks. 1 Ford Chasis. CITT GARAGE. Tarragona and "Wright. FOR SALE Two feather beds, one-norse airon. harness and buggy. lZis in. 'uillemarde. 9041 i i ii ii OR SALE Boiler, engine and saw mill outfit complete. P. O. Box 50.. "nR PALE Handsome sarcasion walnut bedroom suite of furniture. Apply San -wos Hotel, room 637. FUR KAT.TS" I.nn Ko.fl cnrlncra SR. 00 - vmm i- - o -w ' rtresser J10.00. Rocker 3.00. Center "le S2.50. Other household goods at reasonable prices. Gas range 18.00. Cau -i t.. Jackson St. , '0R SALE One new steel range with "arming closet and a. reservoir. Ad "wss Walter Arndt. M. R.,' R. A., Box City. DANCING SAN-crNG TAUGHT, at 0 West Ore y street. For Information, phone 278. horen's class Toesday . 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 ofthe Ship Bund 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. , i . Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Hare Houses For Salaw PHONE S67 I ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales A-esX FOR SALE FOR SALE Three Iron beds steads and one five-piece mission library set. Borras Transfer Co, rOR SASE Oul'.ar in fin condition. Fia.no Shop. IS B. Garden St. UU61 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, Tfriesen Building. . FOR SALE Wagon and har ness. Phone 1718. 9063 FOR SALE A high grade standard make slightly used new nlano. The Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St. 90U4 FOR SALE House cdntalnlng five rooms and bath, hear shinvard on O street. Will take Liberty Bonds as part payment. &aiance time. t:. J. Kicnarason, en Bouth O St. 9038 FOrt SALE- By owner, 7-room dwelling. Modern conveniences. Price very rea sonable. 506 N. Hayn St. Apply 1620 N. 15th Ave., or shone 1009. 906 FOR SALES Useful and - entertalnlg Books. Tricks and Novelties. Send 2c stamp for catalog. Florida Pub. Co., P. O. Box 1054, Pensacola. Fla. 910 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 Kast Hill. If interested see C. T. Davis. Phone 1519 after 6 p. m. 907 FOR SALE Two pairs double screen doors, six pairs screen windows, good ps new. Also large porch light. 323 East Romana St. FOR - SALE Furnltur for five-room tioim two tied rooms. tarlor. dining room and kitchen. All in good condi tion. Reasonably priced. Cary cottares. J. M Carter, Barrancas ana Ausun. FOR SALE Combination bookcase and wrltinar desk. Also one oak sideboard. Can be seen at 21 West Belmont. Phone 816. 9139 FOR BALE Cabin Launch Mae, 7 horse . . . .W Bfe . A power, . ijainrop engine, lensm so Apply to Jerry Sullivan, Jr., Theisen Bldgf 9170 FOTl SALE Chickens for sale. J. C. Rhodes pen of 11 Buff Wyandottes and five Black Omhingtons at S2.B0 each. A bargain. See them at the Cotton Com press. Phone 426. 913 WANTED Position by expert stenogra nher with nine vears experience. Also can do anv kind of office work. Address "L," care Journal. - , ' - FOR SALE -Porto Rico and Yam Sweet dera booked for prompt shipment. - The Kanfla Lumber Company. Hon. ia, 9166 FOR SALE Five year old Jersey Cow. Fresh. At iasonable price. H. Briese. Route A. Olive, Pensacola. ' 9182 FOR SALE VIotrola; will sell cheap: leaving town. 24 W. Romana St. 9181 FOR SALE A good two seated tran at a rt barsrain. See E. L. Reese, 33 and 35 So. Palafox St. 9175 FOR SALE 4 pretty building- lots on Lake View with a good poultry plant. E. L. Reese, phone 1761. 174 FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from Reese Thoroughbreds. S. C. Rhode Island Reds. $1.50 to J2.50. per setting. 33 to. Palafox or E. L. Reese. Phone 1.61. 9172 FOR SALE Bargain. 7 room house, - close in. Owner in town Thursday and Friday. Address E- K., care Journal. ' MORTGAGE LOANS 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 tiile perfect ed. A. C. Binkley, attorney, 601-2 American National Bank Building-. r 3635 TA SERVICE. SAN CARLOS TAI EX CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt service.. Courteous, careful drivers. 7966 FORRENT FOR KENT Modem four-room furnished uciii. uoosaen hl ana ma Ave., 10 between 1 and 2 p. m. FOR RENT Xlnfudnlshed fooni to rent. Will furnish tn rich, furMM ; i.' Gregory St. FOR RENT Room and board, close in. Comfortable and homelike. Call 12:1 West Government St. FOR RENT .Large front room, southern fMosure, with kitchenette, also large airy room adloihine bath, for irnt1emn or eoUe. Adults only. Apply 214 W. Gregory St. . ; 906 FOR RENT -Rooms: Sleeping rooms from S10 to 12 ner month: two ttr- three room light housekeeping apartments fof rent by wk; or month. Apply 218 121 south Palafo gt., Phone 680, FOR RENT Comfortably famished room, Southern rJDOSure. Modern rnnvn iences. Centrally located. Gentlemen only. 140 W. Garden St. Phone 707. 8S03 FOP RENTTWo furnlslred rooms fof light housekeeping. Bath, electrld lights, phone. On car line, comer 16th Avs and Lee St. S860 FOR RENT OR SALE ON TERMS Two t 'of y 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 16 Apply 1120 N. Palaoxf St. Mrs. John Pfeifer. 8584 FOR RENT Our motor trucks by the hour or day oh 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. FOR RENT Furnished room with kit chenette, with the use of bath, phone and Other ntivr Innna. .. liMA mil. No. AlcanlJB, g7ii FOR RENT Comfortably furnished apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804 FOR RENT A furnished front room upstairs, suitable for two gentlemen or couple. 318 East Gregory. Phone 1486. 9004 FOR RENT Two nicely furn shed sleep ing rooms down stairs, modern con veniences. 217 W. Intendencia. 8380 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Good location for sum mer. Use of bath, phone ar;d garage. Price reasonable. 1710 East. Gadsden St., Phone 1441. 9117 FOR RENT Large furnished room 1 on East Hill, southern exposure, for gen tlemen, or could be arranged for light 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 41 E. Gregory St.. 9105 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Single Or ensuite. All modern improvements. Cheap rent. 1505 liast LaRua. . 9103 FOR RENT One nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen. Convenient to North Hill car line. Phone 1030. 9104 FOR RiNT One nicely furnished front room. Southern 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 1568, 323 East Romana St. FOR RENT Two nice, large rooms, up stairs, furnished complete for house keeping; also garage. Aoply 1202 Est Gadsden St., or phone 1478. 9018 FOR RENT Hotel Rotnano. 19 1-2 Wst 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. P-1 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. 90o9 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ensult or single. All improvements, half block from car line. 1606 E. LaRua. aoi2 FOR RENT Three connecting rooms, well screened. Joining bath, hot and cold water. All 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 ern room facing bay, at Fishervllle, suitable, for two gentlemen or couple, light housekeeping if desired. Bathing. Hshlng and breesy. Between E and F streets, bayshore. : 9141 FOR RENT Two front rooms on bay shore, east, for light housekeeping. No. 802 DeLeon street and 13th avenue. Phone 1332. 9142 EDUCATIONAL MISS Z. D. ADAMS,: Qualified Teacher, Dement-Pitmanlc Shorthand. , Touch Typewriting. Individual Instruction. Business training. Pupil's holding po sitions in Civil. Service, snd with lead ing business firms of this and other cities. Terms: 16.00 per month In ad vance. Address1. Phone 1373 or 411 W. Gregory Sgrtt. tilt , FOR RENT FOR RENT Comfortable modern room suiiaoie ior one or two gentlemen. Board optional. Convenient to air sta tion, shipyard and Newport TurpelUlrte Company, Barrancas Ave. and N St. New house. . ui7Q . 4, FOR RENT Furnished four room apart ment with private bath. 602 N. Hayne St. . 9180 FOR RENT First floor of house; also . garage. Phone 2028. 9176 FOR RBNT-Oni completely furnished bungalow, three blocks from San Car lbs. For information, Phone 824.-235 N. Baylen St. gift FOR RENT One large furnished room, to accomodate two gentlemen, 1014 W. Garden. FOR RENT Furnished apartment tor light housekeeping. Stationary wash' stand, hot and cold water, bath gas fof cooking and electric lights. f)esirab)e location. 227 N. Barcelona. 9is4 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day . or night called for and deli .--red promptly. Phone- No. 61. Brent BuL'dln n a 1OZ ER. HAMILTON THS SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth Properly Treated also Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand Saws, 25c. 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. . 8748 WANTED To buy a Hoffman Steam presser. rice must oe reasonaDie. C. P,. rsre Journal. 05 LARK Leaves Pensacola eevry Sun day at 9 a. m. for Camp Walton, Mary 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. LODGE NOTICES : BROTHERHOOD OF riASLWAV CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. -" Regular meetings first and third .Frl. day each month. K. of hall. J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Da-Is. Recording Secretary. Pretldent. 7807 Live Oak Camp No. 1. Woodmen of the World meets first and third Tuesday nights for regular meetings. Woodmen Hall, 115 and 117 1-? West Garden St . CLYDE LITTLE. J. Z. . NEVILLE. Jr. clerk. PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F 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 Cordlallv Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O P. NICOLAN. ttecordlng Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensacola council No 35 Junior order United Amerlcai Mechanics meets sec ond and fourth.Fridays. 8 n. m. at K. of P. Hall, 1U E. Tntendencia 5t.. over McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor dially invited. ' W. E. KING. Ree.-Feey. F P. BILLIARD, con. MASONIC TEMPLE. . A Special communication of Es cambla Lodger No. 15. F. & A. M. I JT Thursday. May 9th ex 7:30 p. m. 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 niftet every Thursday night at W. O. W., Romana and Baylen Streets, at 8 p. m. H. PAULSEN, Pres. W. H. LANGFORD. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Regular meeting of Omar Lodge or Perfection, No. 8. A. A. of . S. R. M., Thursday. May 8, at 7:30 p. m. Sojourn ing companions fraternally Invited. CLEMENT BLOUNT, V. M. -L. L. FABSINSKI, Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE Attdrney General Van C. . Rwearingen will address the mem bers of the Masonic Order in tho Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. m. Friday, May 9. Sister lodges and Visiting brothren cordially Invited. JNO. G. CARO, W. M. F. D. RICHARDS, Secy. F. & A. M. Special communication of Na val Lodge No 24. F. A A Thursday evening. May 8, 1919, at 7-30 p. m. Work in the M. M. degree. Visfiting brothers fra- terFRANCTSeM. WESTON. JR.. W. M, WM. F. HANSEN. Secy. ' ' ' " i . . " PERSONAL 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 1664. 63j IF YOU SUFFER with any foot troubles. corns; bunions, callouses nails, eczema, tetter. 2Lfl"T5 feet, call business phone 3o6 or residence paone 883. Dr. Sinclair Thomas will make your troubles disappear. Pons' Barber Shop: 313 South Palafox street. 00 guarantee water. Write for full 1 tion. Gray Artesian Well Co.. P, O. Box 1077 or Phone 48 POSITIONS WANTED In memory of Cel. Frank I Mayes, and in fecjodnltlon of the spirit of helpfulness that was his, The Journal will insert under this classification, free advertisements for these in need of employment. POfTfTION WANTED Licensed eritlneer wishes employment oa launch. Have s years experience. Can givo references. Address Leaman A. Williams, 710 W. M-Un street, Pensacola, Fla. WANTED Position as bookkeeper or to be connected with some large istl tution or wholesale hous or city rep resentative. Can furnish best of res ommerrdations Had 10- years experience. Employed at present. Address W. W. W., care Journal. , YOUNG LADY desires position as of fice EirL Address lfith Ave. and 17th ft. asr 7t CAN do amost Any kind of common labor. I can handle tools In Bouse building and almost any kind of common labor. I think l can go as catpentef helper, not skilled labor, J. 8. Brooks, 12 North O street, Pensacola. Fla, PRACTICAL nurse destre employment. 902 East Branard. Phone 403. Pensa cola, Fla. Young iady stenographer, with some ex perience wishes a position, .fnone 9. WANTED A position as gardner try man 01 ion? experience. Auureaa re Plies to A. G. Wall. ,508 1-2 S. Palafox St. POSITION wanted by young man; will lne worker and ran arlve good refrer.ces. Any answer to do anything appreciated. Address E. C. Iiaraaner. 304 r. vsuuia marde St. . YOUNG LADY with clerical experience desires a position. Lve knowledge of shorthard. Address A. B. C, care .The Journal POSITION "WANTED Bookkeeper, of 12 yearsVexperlence. 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 cars of widowers' family; in or out of the city. Address I, 905 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 ' 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. ELDERLY man desires position as night watchman or other similar light worn. Address 119 W. Chase WANTED By competent saw mill man, position in shipping department or any other good offer open. Can give good references on ability and character. S. C. McMurray, Campti, La, HELP FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register with the employment department of the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 2S9 Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions wait ing 4841 WANTED Erperieneed white chamber- mnlri A nnlv Mian Pnnnpr. House- keepfcr. San Carlos , HoteL 8J16 WANTED A refined gentlewoman to take over the dining room and Kitchen of one of the most dcslrableprivate 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 Postofflce Box 1033. ' 9140 WANTED Boys of 16 or over to set up pins in bowling alley. Apply Pastime Bowling Alley. WANTED Experienced lady - stenogra pher. Apply P. O. Box 1076, Fensacol.v 9171 BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing, packing, storing.' - WHEN In need of any transfer work ring up 618. Hallmark Transfer Co. V NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC When in need of any kind of hauling, don't for get 24. We are the only transfer com pany in the city who call for and deliver your baggage at all times, including night and Sundays. Baggage specialty office next to L. & N. baggage room. We employ white help only. Gulf Transfer Company. Phone 24. R. R. Atwell. Man ager. - 9167 Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 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. HjPMAIxE BOYS EARN MONEY selling the Pen oola Journal, dally and Sunday. Wfl Tit a A 1AA Knv. An 1 1 ann K . ' ' ..ww a u.,7 .uu IJJ J Suudays to make from 60c to 85 . day. oee circulation jutnager any morning a o'ekxsk. WANTED Youth for ollector. Salary small at start, but it is a permanent position with opportunity to learn busi ness. Address stating age. references Snd salary expected, to C-42 care Jour nal. . . WANTED Capable Violin mUsld teach er to give evening or Sunday lessons, Address E. F., care JourhaL WANTED Colored boy for waiter at Bagdad Inn. Room and board on prom ise. Apply to Miss Ahl, Bagdad, Fla. MoGowin-Foshee Lumber Co., of Falso, Ala., needs efficient saw mill .men ; experienced shop man to do locomotive work and repair log cars J 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 WANTED Utility man for stock room and general store work in retail store. Mercantile experience desirable but not absolutely necessary. To the right man there is an opportunity to work for a good future. . J; or appointment phone 1542. 9177 WANTED WAJMTluD -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?dj. Message or packages called for and delivered promptly. 791 WANTED Your Job jrinting and orders for engraving of all kinds, falling cards wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT ING CO.. 24 West Government. 610 WANTED S e w r n e 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. Blakeley. 7108 WANTED Phonographs of all kinds repaired and new springs put in. The Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St.. phone 791. - 9035 WANTED To rent by. couple' without children, unfurnished house or part of house with parties without children, in good neighborhood, and modern con veniences. Address- X. Y Z., care The Journal. " 9145 WANTED To trade the best bicycles in the wqrld for Liberty bonds. Will pay balance in case bicycle comes to less. Call on T. T. Wentworth, the bicycle man. Cor. Davis and Belmont Sts. 917J WANTED Three unfurnished rooms. Must have bath, gas, screened and be close in. Address J. J. Jewell, Gen. Del. 917S LOST UJST One $oO Victory Bond. No. 502380?, at Naval Air Station Monday afternoon. In sealed, stamped ; and ad dressed envelope, to Mrs. B. Mankin, Murfreesboro, Tenesse " $3 reward Tor 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. Re ward for return to 200 W. LaRua. Phone 104. ' ' ' " 7t-9158 LOST One dark brown mule about 11 years. Scar on top of neck; scar over part of shoulder; limps some; scratches on leg and neck; whip signs on right hip. This mule liift Fountain store April 6th, off at hard road, and was last heard of at Econfina creek. Liberal reward offered for mule or information. Wla or write First National Bank of Panama City. Florida, or B. 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 904 N. Barcelona. LOST One black leather pocket book with -two $1.00 bills and pass, to Navy itard. Finder can have money if they will return pass to E. H. Sweat. Chro Cola Bottling Co. 9052 LOST Pair of nose glasses on City of Tampa or Palafox wharf, last Sunday morning, April 27, 1919. Return to W. O. Dlffenderfer's Jewelry Store. 909S STRAYED OR STOLEN From Musco gee, April 29th, one medium size solid yellow collie dog. Finder please notiry T. M. Henderson, Muskogee, Fla. 9096 LOST Tan and white fox terrier; license tag No. 230. Reward if returned to 121 North Sprl ng street. LOST Sunday, male Fox Terrior. White with black spots on. front and side; bfack, tan and white on face. Collar studded with brass. Reward for return to 1025 E. Gadsden, Phone 1082.. 9215 LOST A crescent shaped brooch set with Dearls with one diamond in tne center. TeL 1465 or call 26 E. Gregory St. FOUND FOUND Watch fob in Pastime theatre. Owner, can have same by paying for this ad. Pastime Soda Fountain. ' Mr. W. C. Peterman please call at 511 W. Chase St. after 4 p. m., in regard to purse lost .last Sunday. LEGAL NOTICE. In Escambia County Court of Record "J State of Florida. Morris & Company, plaintiff, vs. Oscar r Timms, Louis E. Armstrong and E. B. Armstrong, defendants. On the rule day " of June, to-wlt; Monday, the second of June. A. t. 1919, the defendants. Oscar Tlmms and Louis E. Armstrong, whose property has been attached, anrt all other parties interested are required to appear to saia action. This .order to be published once ech week for two' ' months in The Pensacola Journal, a s. newspaper published in said Escambia ,- county. W. P. RICE. 3 . Clerk of the Court of Record.""'. In Escambia County Court of Recora ' 1 j State of Florida. r: Swift & Company, plaintiff, vs. Oscar : Timms and Louis E. Armstrong, defend ants. On the rule day In Juns, to-wlt: Monday, the second day of June. A. D. 1919. the defendants, Oscar Tlmms and n Louis E. Armstrong, whose property has;, been attached, and all other partle in terested are required to appear to said ' action. The order to be published Once K each week for two months in The Pen- , sacola Journal, a newspaper published :1 in said Escambia county. w. f. Rica. ,f , Clerk of the Court of Record, I In the Court of Record of Esoambla Coun ty, state Of Florida ln Chancery. The Citizens and Peoples National Bank of Pensaeola, Florida, vs. Santa Ross Marine Company, et al. - v On reading the afifdavit Of 3. "W. Dorr, Cashier of the complainant in the above styled cause for an order requiring the appearance of the defendant C. B. Neilsort and for publication thereof. , It is ordered that the defendant. C. B. Neilsen be, and he Is hereby required to appear to the bill of comitainf herein on the 18th day of June. 1919, and that pub lication of this order be made once a week for eight consecutive weeks in the Pensa cola Journal, a newspaper published at Pensacola, Florida.. Done and ordered April 8th, 1919. CM. JONES. Judge. Notice is hereby given that the under- ! signed intend to file their petition before j the Honorable C. M. Jones, Judge Of the 1 Court of Record of EBcambia County, State of Florida, on the 6th day of June.-5 A. D.. 1919, asking for an order authorlz- ( ing the adoption by them of Alpine May Cobb, a minor female child. ALFRED ADAMS ROSA LEE ADAMS. May 8, 1919. oaw4w , t REGISTRATION BOOKS . CLOSE MAY 8. The City Books for Registra tion and transfer of electors for the general City Election to be held on June 2nd, will close May 8th, 1919, at 5 o'plock p. m. Anyone wishing to register or transfer please, take notice. JOHN A. 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