THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 9. 1919.
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THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
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rhfnea, all makes. $5.00 up. Ouaran
...1 Reynalds Mostc House, Phone
LIBERTY DAIRY FEKI
FEN3ACOLA FEED COMPANY
PORTO RICO Potato Plants, $2.00 thou
sand ready now. AH plants pasted
tovem'ment inspection. Full count,
,,,Dt delivery guaranteed. Cabbage
rn ?ALE On round bottom 22-ft
kunca th P. Lathrcp ensine
.a r!i3ch. One 20-ft. epftfid boat. Two
naV-ot lauT.ch h-ills 19 and 24 feet
J All good ba gains. 1 H. P.. 4
rrr?e PalufT engln and 3 H. P. Grey
zine both new. Pensneala 0s En
Supply Co., 7133. . Pjfo
fnn SALE A few eggs from choirs
wM l. 2.WrPer sitting J.
Mn B- Tl"er. Phono 41. MM
rnn c 4T,T5 House, four tpotis and ball.
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunks and baggage
to or from the depot at short
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
PORTO RICO POTATO
DRAWS. We beaded Six
Thusand Bushels. Splendid
Plants. Fromf- Shipmen.
$2.00 per 1000. Leading Va
rieties. Tomatcs, $1Z0. Joh'i
Aldridge, Tallahassee, Fla.
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 hire Virgin Olive
Oil, just received from Italy by
G. Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St.
Phone 207. lm-8219
FOR SALE ARMY HoFSES.
Priced to sell. Weight 1100 to
1600 lbs. Apply Morgan's Sta
bles, East Chase St. Phone 710.
FOR SAIjK A few eggs from rrlze-wln-nmi
Partrfdee Wyandottes. $2.00 per
ttlng. R. T. Raines, DeFuniak Springs.
Ha. ' 90S3
i'OR SALE Overland Pour-Roadster,- in
sood condition. Can be seen at Cary &
rompany No. 2 Yard, Bairancaa Ave. and
FOR SALE Two pairs double screen
floors, six pairs screen windows, good
as new. Also large porch light. 323 East
Komana St. .. 91U0
KOR SALE White Leghorn. Rhode Is
land Red and r'lymouthrock eggs.
Warantee hatchina, $1.00 per dozen. Ap
Ny 311 N. 'H" St. ' 9161
FOR SALE Two feather beds, one-norse
wagon, harness and buggy. 1218 N.
ton SALE Boiler, engine and saw mill
outfit complete. P. O. Box 50.
FOR SALE Handsome sarcasion walnut
bedroom suite of furniture. Apply San
Carlos Hotel, room 637.
"K SALE Iron bed, springs $6.00,
firesser $10.00. Rocker 3.00. Center
table $2.50. Other household roods at
fasonable prices. Gas range $8.00. Call
:i E. Jackson St.
OR SALE One new steel range with
warming closet and a, reservoir. Ad
dress Walter Arndt. M. R. R. A., Box
KOR SALE Guitar In fins condition.
Piano Shop, 18 E. Garden St. D051
FOR SALE Wagon and har
ness. Phone 1718. 9063
lR SALE Furaitu- for five-room
louse, two bedrooms, parlor. dining
n and kitchen. All in good condl
n. Reasonably priced. Cary ' cottages.
J- M Carter, Barrancas and Austin. 9143
CIXG TAUGHT, at 206 West Oreg
ChZ rtreet For information, phone 271.
Idrn' class Tuesday 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 Conipany
We Always Have Hotssss For SalaP
PHONE SS7 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Said Asenl
FOR SALE A high grade standard make
allghtly ued new piano. The Piano
Shop, is-20 E. Garden St. 0(54
FOR SALE By owtir. l-ronm dwelling.
Modern conveniences. Price very rea
sonable. 606 N. Hayne St. Apply 1620
N. 15th Ave., or phone 1009. 90j
FOR SALE: Useful and entertalnig
Books. Tricks and Novelties. Send 3c
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. Chip. 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 Combination bookcase and
writing desk. Also one oak sideboard.
Can be seen at 21 West Belmont. Phone
FOR SALE Cabin Launch Mae, 7 horse
" power. Lathrop engine, length 23 feet,
beam 5 feet. Good running 'condition.
Apply to Jerry Sullivan, Jr., Thelsen
FOR RALE Chickens for sale. J. C.
Rhodes' pen of 11 Buff Wyandottes and
five Black Orphingtons at $2.50 each. A
bargain. See them at the Cotton Com
press, Phone 426. 9183
FOR SALE Porto Rico and Yam Sweet
I Q rv T31a tm ' TC thAnoa vA Ol.
ders booked, for prompt shipment. The
Kanria Lumber Company. Holt, Fla.
FOR SALE Five year old Jersey Cow.
Fresh. At reasonable price. H. Brieee,
Route A. Olive, Pensacola. 9183
FOR SALE Victrola; will sell Cheap:
leaving town. 24 W. Romana St. 9181
FOR SALE A good two seated trap at a
real bargain. 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. 9174
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from
Reese Thoroughbreds, S. C. Rhode Island
Reds. $1.50 to $2.50. per setting. 33 So.
Palafox or E. L. Reese, Phone 1761.
FOR SALE: Boiler, engie and saw mill
outfit complete. P. O. Box 50.
FOR SALE: 900 gallons Japanese cane
application. I. H. King, Administrator
Estate or nz. j. uoray. a
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred cow. Now
milking, fresh again in ninety das.
VV, S. Garfield, 7th Ave. and Moreno St.
FOR SALE B argai n. 7
room house, Northeast
Jackson and Sixth Avenue.
Owner in town Thursday
and Friday. Address E. K.,
care Journal . ....
FOR SALE Eight lots in
north half of block 38,
Maxent Tract; $1.00 will
take them all for quick sale;
near ship yard. Apply J. N.
FOR SALE CHEAP One Washstand,
one Dresser, one Iron Bedstead, and one
China Closet. Apply 221 West Chase St.
FOR SALE One Davenport and one Ice
Box. Price very reasonable. Apply
170 West Chase St. 920
I am prepared to negotiate
loans on imnroved 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
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt
service. Courteous, careful
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 187S or 411 "w.
Gregory Streat. 57J
RENT U nf udnished room to rent.
Will furnish to right parties. 523 fci
Gregory St. .'" . s
FOR RENT Room and board, close In.
Comfortable and , homelike. Call 123
iveet uovernment St
I' Oil RENT Large front room, southern
erasure, with kitchenette, also large
airy room adjoining bath, for gentleman
.or coup e. Adults only. Apply 214 xv.
Urcgory St. - - . . . . g069
FO 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 -t
South Palafox St., Phone 580. 84.-
FOR RENT Comfortably famished room,
southern exposure. Modern conven
iences. Centrally located. Gentlemen
only. 240 W. Garden St. Phone 707. 8802
FOP RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Bath, electric
lights, phone. On car line, corner 16th
Ava and Lee St. 8860
FOR RENT OR SALE ON
TERMS Two 1 'ory resi
dence, modern in all appoint-ments,-near
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 167-
Apply 1120 N. Palaoxf St. Mrs. John
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.
F9i?-RJ?XT Furnished room with kit-
w"n tne use f bath. phoo
ana other conveniences. On car line, snt
Jo. Alcanlg. gn
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
apartment 223 West Chase St. 8804
FOR . RENT A T furnished front room
upstairs. nultoHio fn. . n.n .
couple. 318 East Gregory. Phone 1486.
FOR RENT Two nicely furn shed sleep-
InS? rOaml dAVtl efatc. rr-r. -
veniences. 217 W. Intendencia. 990
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
hOUSakeeDinr. .fnrxt 1aki
mer. tree of bath, phone ar.d garage.
t-nce reasonaDie. 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
1795. v 9113
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for ladies
or gentlemen, used of phone and bath.
Apply 43 E. Gregory St. 9106
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suit
able for light houaekeeplng. Apply 43
E. Cregory St.. 9105
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Single or ensulte. All
modern Improvements. Cheap rent. 1506
fcaet 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. Apply 1202 East
Gadsden St., or phone 147$. 9018
FOR RENT Hotel Romano, 19 1-2 Wst
Romana street. Clean, well ventilated,
electric lighted rooms. Coolest rooms
for summer. 12 shower and tub baths.
by the week. $2.50 and up. Open to the
general public Capt. Frank Wilde,
Manager. " 830a
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ensutt
or single. All improvemems,
from car line. . 1506 E. LaRua. 9042
FOR RENT Three connecting rooms,
- well screened, Joining bath, hot and
cold water. All modern convenience..
Apply 222 W. Gregory. . .
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 Two front rooms on Bay
shore, east, for light housekeeping. No.
802 DeLeon street and 13th avenue.
Phone 1332. 9142
B ALKCOM DRUG CO
THE PRESCRIPTION STORE"
Phone 19 or 123
Mayes7 Printing Co.
17-19 W. Government
LET STEVE FIX 'EM
He Knows How
ROYAL SHOE SHOP
FOR RENT Comfortable modern room
suitable for one or two gentlemen.
Board optional. Convenient to air sta
tion, shipyard and Newport Turpentine
Company, Barrancas Ave. and N St. New
FOR RENT Furnished four room anart-
FOR RENT First floor of house; also
garage. Phone 2028. ji-g
FOR RENT One large furnished room,
to accomodate two gentlemen. 1014 W.
FOR RENT One small furnished room
upstairs, suitable for gentleman. Elec
tric lights, bath. Phone 2319, 910 N. 6th
Ave. - oan
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms enBUit
or single, au improvements, half block
from car line. 1506 E. LaRua. 012
FOR RENT Two room furnished cottago
with bath, next to Old Mill Inn, on
beach. Phone 1412. 9210
FOR RENT A furnished room with all
conveniences. Apply 36 East GrAznrv
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day
fV nlcrh af1krl fn tl- - m
v -'VV a va auu UT1I r vriu
promptly. Phona No. 62. Brent Bu'Jding
DR. HAMILTON- -THTJ . SA W . DEN TIST.
Raw Te?th Properly Treated; also
Grind Jy!? Km ess. Shears, etc. Hand
Saws, Jjoc. 223 E. Inteudencla St. Crocs
Cut .a.-.a summed. : 2895
MEN'S klilrts :nad to order at 708 E.
XJelT.orct. SHk shirts a specialty. 3123
WAITED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY Automo
biles. Will buy your car if your
price is right. N. C. McMillan
120 W. Intendencia. Phone 613.
: " ' . 874
WANTED To buy a Hoffman Steam
prcser. Price must be reasonable.
?. V.. i"are .l'oomsl. 905r
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.
Pensaroli Lodge 311.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of . ball.
J. N. Smith, IV m. P. Darls,
Recording Secretary. Pretldent.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. Woodmen of the
World meets first and . third Tuesday
nights for regular meetings. Woodmen
Hall, 115 and 117 1-9 West Garden St
s CLY1W LITTLE.
J. Z. NEVILLE. Jr.
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F
Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F..
metts everv Thursday it 7:30 p. m. in
Ralford Hall, Corner riaylen and Bel
mont streets. Visitors Cordlallv Invited.
M. W. PETERSON. N. G
S. NICOLAN, Kecordlng Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
Pensacola council No 35 Junior order
United Americar. Mechanics meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. at K.
of P. Hall. Ill S. Tntendencla St., over
McHugh rtore. Visiting brothers cor
W. E. KING. Ree.-Secy.
F. P. DTLLIARD.
Special communication of Es
cambia Lodge- No. 15, F. & A. M.
7v Jf Thursday, May 9tn i :au p. rr.
' r work l&n the E. A. Degree,
isiting Brothers fraternally Invited.
JNO. G. CARO, W. M.
F. D. RICHARDS, Secy.
Attorney General Van C.
Swearlngen 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 Jnvited.
visiting JN0. G. CARO, W. M.
F. D. RICHARDS, Secy.
ANYONE wishing the service
of Kate Davis, nurse or mid
wife, formerly at 123 Weat
Romana street, can find her any
time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone
IF TOU SUFFER with any foot troubles.
corns, bunions, callouses. Ingrowing
nails, eczema, tetter, swollen or tired
flt. call business phone 356 or residence
phone 883. Dr. Sinclair Thomas will make
your troubles disappear. Pons Barber
Shop. 313 South Palafox street. 9009
ARTESIAN WELLS .
-rg-r.-. TJvi i j. will nut i weua
A tn SO inches oiam
guVrntee wa"r. Write for full in for m
tlon. Gray Artesian Wsll Co.. P. O. Bw
107T or Phone 49.
Consolidated Gro. Co.
In memory of Col. Frank I
Mayes, and in recognition of the
Pint of helpfulness that was his.
The Journal will Insert under this
classification, free advertisements
for those In need of employment.
POfTiTION WANTED Licensed engineer
w ishes employment on launch. Hav
years experience. Can givo ref ei ences.
Address Leaman A. Wil?lmL 710 W.
Main street, Pensacola, F!s
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or to
be connected with some large tail'
tution or wholesale house or city rep
resentative. Can furnish best of rec
ommendations Had 10 years experience,
Kmployed at present. Address AV. W.
W., care Journal.
PRACTICAL nurse destre-s employment.
902 East Branard. Phone 403. Pensa
Young iady stenographer, with some ex
perience wishf a position. Phone 945.
WANTED A position as gardner try
man of lonj? experience. Address re
plies to A. G. WalL 508 1-2 S. Palafox St.
POSITION wanted by young man; will
ing worker and ran give good refrer-ces.
Anv answer to do anything appreciated.
Address E. C. Hardaker. 304 N. Guilla
POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper, of 12
yeers exnerlence. wants position. An
swer II A. P., care Journal.
A REFINED lady wishes a position at
once as companion to an alderly lady,
with light housekeeping duties, or care
of widowers family; in or out of the city.
Address I, 90S E. Jackson St., Pensacola,
'.vroow 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 Ibrht housekeeping duties, or care
of widower's family: in or out of the city.
Address I. 908 E. Jackson St., rensacoia.
ELDERLY man desires position as night
watchman or other similar light work.
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, Camptl, La.
WANTED Position by expert stenogra
pher with nine years' experience. Also
can do any kind of office work. Address
L' care Journal.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of the
Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 2S9
J Brent Bldg. No charge. Positions w!t-
WANTED Experienced white chamber
maid. Apply Miss Conner, Housekeeper,'-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
sired. 913 N. Palafox St., or phone 16S3.
GOVERNESS for a three and half
year old bo middle aged, white, and
a Christian. . Good home and pay for
right party. Address PostofTIce Box
1033. - 9140
WANTED-Experlenced lady stenogra
pher. Apply P. O. Box 1076, Pensacola..
WANTED Girl to Join road show. No
experience necessary. Good opportun
ity for the right party. P. O. Box rT
Pensacola. Fla. 9196
WANTED Girl to do general housework
and Plain cooking. Three in family.
Apply 1806 E. Jackson St. 9206
WANTED A house girl. Apply 701
North Palafox St. v 9193
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
ing, packing, storing.
WHEN in need of any transfer
work ring up 618. Hallmark
Transfer Co. ' -
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
y?ur baggage at all times, including
nirh and Sundays. Baggage specialty
of rice next to L. & N. baggage room. We
employ white help only. Gulf Transfer
Company. Phone 24. R. R. Atwell, Man-
ager. ' --' '
Ask for the Union Label
On Your Sign
Wrighion the Sign Man
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 iA
Repairs. All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street.
. .; . , Phone 2032
Build a Home First !
Campaign Now On in
' Stearns Lumber Co.
BOYS EARN MONEY selling the Pen
;acoIa Journal. dally and Sunday.
Wanted 100 boys daily na 200 boyi
5 ?L JrcuIa"oa Mnager any morulJig'5
WANTED Youth for .collector. Salary
small at start, but it is a permanent
position with opportunity to learn busi
ness. Address stating age. references
and salary expected, to C-42 care Jour
nal. WANTED Colored boy -for waiter at
Bagdad Inn. Room and board on prem
ises. Apply to Miss Ahl, Bagdad, Fla.
McGowin-Foshee Lumber Co., of
Falso, Ala., needs 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
WANTED Utility man for stock room
ana eeneral 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. For appointment phone
WANTED Salesman acquainted with re-
tall grocery trade to sell specialty.
P. O. Box 482, . - 9197
WANTED Partner to join road show.
Must have small capital. P. O. Box
233. Pensacola. Fla. 919.i
WANTED Your furniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable price. , Hall
mark Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WANTED To deTIver messages or rack
ages for you. Special messenger service
Phone number 62. Brent b?d? Message
or pankaees called for aril delivered
promptly. 78 1
WANTED Your lob 1rintin and ordert
for engraving of all kinds, falling cards
wedding invitations, etc. MATES PRINT
ING CO.. 24 West Government. 510
WANTED Sewtng 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. Gar
den St. J. H. Blakley. 7108
WANTED Phonographs of all kinds
repaired and new nprlngs put in. ine
Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phone
?S1. . , . SOoa
WANTED To rent by couple without
children, unfurnished house or part of
house with parties without children, in
good - neighborhood, and modem con
veniences. Address X. T Z.. care The
Journal. -. . - 9145
WANTED To trade the best bicycles in
the world for Liberty bonds. Will pay
halance in case bicycle comes to less.
Call on T. T. Wentworth, the bicycle
man. Cor. Davis and Belmont Sts. 917.$
WANTED Capable violin music teach
er to give evening or Sunday lessons.
Address E. F., care Journal.
WANTED Boys of 16 or over
- to set up pins in bowling alley.
Apply Pastime Bowling Alley.
State of Florida In Chancery.
W. F. Creary. Complainant, vs. M. E.
Qulna and Grace R. Quina, his wife, and
C. D. Hamner, Receiver of the First
National Bank of Pensacola, as successor
to W. H. Milton, in said Receivership,
On Monday, the 2nd day of June, A. D.
1919, the defendant. C. D. Hamner, Re
ceiver of the First National Bank of Pen
sacola. as successor to W. H. Milton in
said Receivership, is required to appear
to tho bill filed against him herein.'
This order to be published once each
week for four (4) consecutle weeks in the
Pensacola oJurnal, a newspaper published
In said Escambia county.
W. P. RICE.
Clerk Court of Record.
Pensacola, Fla., April 24th, 1919.
In Escambia County Court of Record
State of riorlda In Chancery.
Annie Broxton, complainant, vs. Frank
On Monday, the 5th day of May, A. D.
1919. the defendant. Frank Broxton. is
required to appear to the bill filed
against him herein.
This order to be publl hed once each
week for four (4) consecutive weeks In
he Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia nnrtv.
W. P. RICE.
Clerk Court of Record.
Pensacola. Pla.. April 3rd. 1919. -
In Escambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida In Chancery.
Joseph Herschkovitz vs. Sarah jS.
Bonifay, et al. ,
On Monday, tti seventh day of July.
A. D. 1919. the defendant Ralph Davis, is
required to appear to the bill filed against
This order to be published once a week
for eight consecutive- weeks in the Jour
nal, a newspaper published in said Es
cambia county. ' r ; . .
(Seal) Clerk Clrclut Court.
By M. L BELL. D. C.
Pensacola, Fla.. April 30, 1919.
In the- Court of K"nrd of Escambia
County, State of Florida.
Levi Owens vs. Jane Owens.
In the above entiled cause it is ordered
that the defendant. Jane Owens be and
she is hereby required to appear to. the
bill of complaint filed against her in said
cause on the 14th day of June, 1919.
It is further ordered that this notice
be published in The Pensacola Journal, a
newspaper published in the City of Pen
sacola, Florida, once a week for four
This, May 8th. 1919.
(Seal) - JV. P. RICE.
Clerk Court of Record, Escambia County.
McCann's Tire and
113 North Palif ox Street
FOUND Watch fob In Pastime theatre.
Owner can have same by paying -for '
this ad. Pastime Soda Fountain. . .,
FOUND Sum of money on Palafox
street Tuesday. Owner can have same
by paying for this ad. Call at Optical
Department, of W. C. DIffeaderfer's Jowt.
elry Store. 9194
LOST One $50 Victory Bond, No.
5023802, at Naval Air Station MondiiJr
afternoon. In sealed, stamped and -ad-
dressed envelope, to Mrs. a. B. Mankln,
Murfreesboro, TeneMfte $5 reward . lor
Its return to P. H. Mankln, 27 E Gregory :
St. 8163 i
LOST Male fox terrier about seven
months old. Face half black, black
stripe around body and short talL K
ward for return to 200 W. LaRua. Phono
LOST One dark brown mule about 11
years. Scar on top it neck; Bear 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
of at Econflna creek. IJberal reward,
offered for mul or Information. Wire
or write First National Bank of Panama
City, Florida, or R. a Welsh, St. An
drews, Fla. 9013
LOST A gold bead necklace on a gold ,
chain, somewhere between Baylen end j
Gregory streets and Barcelona and ?
Strong. Suitable reward If returned to (
904 N. Barcelona. ' :
LOST Pair of nose glasses on Cltyof
Tampa or Palafox wharf, last Sunday
morning. April 27, 1919. Return to W.'O.
Dlffenderfer s Jewelry Store. " 903S
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Musco
gee, April 29th, one medium size solid
yellow collie dog. Finder please notify
X. M. Henderson, Muskogee, Fla. 909
LOST Tan and white fox terrier; license!
tag No. 230. Reward if returned to ,i21 '
North Spring street. "'
LOST A crescent shaped brooch set with
pearls with one diamond in the centur.
Tel. 1465 or call 26 E. Gregory St.
STRAYED OR STOLEN Very lr,'
Berkshire sow, possibly has pigs. Re
ward for information. Pensacola Pig
gery, Phone 462 or 1337.
LOST In the lobby of the
San Carlos Hotel or in the
vicinity of the hotel by Til."
W. Bell, one small black bill
fold pocket book containing
about $200.00 in currency.
Return to hotel or Citizens
& Peoples National Bank.
Verv liberal reward will be
LOST Wednesday at Bayview, signet
ring engraved O. K. C. Finder pleas
return to Bon Marche store and receive
LEE ELECTRIC CO. J
Contracting and Supplies
109 N. Palafox St.
W. E. Lazelle, Expert c-iand
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pit
anos a Specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phone 204.
PIANO TUNING AND j
No matter what the cosf
or the make of your PianOj
Tuning- is as necessary as the
string's or the keys. Examil
nation free. We guarantee td
please. ' i
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. THOMAS,
18-20 E. Garden St. Phone
; ; 1
Used Gars 1
. We have the following
used cars all in perfect
shape. See them: Buick
six, 5 pass., 1918 model;
2 Fords, 5-pass.; 1 Max-J-
.well. You will find theses
big bargains. 1
United Auto Sales Co. '-
Garden and Baylen,
, Phone 2099. i
London Woolen Mills?
Made to Your Individual Orde?
117 South PaUfax street !
YOUR FALL SUI5S
$15 on - i
BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO:
117-119 W. Gardsn St. '
Automobile Supplies and Accessories,
Agents for I
Hirley Davidson Motorcycles. j
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