THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1919.
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ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
trri SALE Second hand sewing m.
chines, nil makes. IS.00 up. Gusran
,.il Reynalda M.usic House, Phone
LIBERTY DAlKT FJUfiTJ
FTflJSACOLA FEED COMPANY
PORTO RICO Potato Planta. $2.00 thou
Mnl, ready now. All Panta passed
ovemmeni. iuckw.... wuui,
r impt delivery guaranteed. Cabhage
plants S1.7S thousand. J. 1 White, Tal
tcMnsee. Fla. 8551
vnn sAi-w-Hwii", ftr rcr and halt
v Nnpiif from at H"' csr
iM. Phone 2Sa or I7i.
r. A. Prink.
rOR BALE Twin Indian 1914
motorcycle. In good condition.
105 S. DeVillier.
FOR SALE Useful and enter
taining books, Tricks and Nov
elties. Send 2c stamp for cata
log. Florida Pub. Co., P. O. Box
1054, Pensacola, Fla. 9109
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. JVompi Shipment,
$2.00 per 1000. Leading Va
rieties. Tomates, $1.50. John
Aldridge, Tallahassee, Fla.
All Makes I
R mr and-'es vm before buy in a If
you want to save money; It not so
Pensacola Buggy Works
13-134 East Intendencia
FOR KALE A well established and One
cf the beat paying meat markets and
grocery stores In the - olty. Alto lot f
household furniture. An excellent Oppor
tunity fof party with small capital, ao-
ply 424 East Government St.. Phone 389.
FOR SALE At Warrington, Fla.. store
and house at reasonable tJrlee. ' Anolv
at Mrs. Mary Lanaoni. 414 West Inten
dencia St., Pensacola. Fla. 9249
FOR SALE Indian Motorcycle and side
car. Good runnina Condition. Prlo is
right for Quick sale. Apply 809 N. Reus
FOR SALE Two high grade Jersey
cows, one with second calf eight days
old. one eight year old t he fresh in
about two weeks. Both arentle and good
rich milkers. Also tuberculosis tested by
U. 8. government veterinarian. A. J.
Anderson, Motor Route A. Box 57. 9141
FOR SALE The following
household goods are of
fered for sale at a bier sacri
fice : Cooking range, gas
range- bimrer sewing ma
chine, large refrigerator and
nfhpr arfiriAc frr tinmprntis
w . a. .. a V W w- V www t
to mention. 233 E. Gregory-1
FOR SALE Two National Cash Regis
ter, small and large- one, cneap. r. v.
BOX 849. 305
lort-o bit f n.. itAtn Annra. SfiXU:
tne cabinet mantle, one oak china closet.
. . - Amis
fnone 310. em-
FOR SALETwo pens of Chickens, two
hens with email chickens. Apply 0?
E. Strong St. 30
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.
FOR SALS or Trade 3l acres m
. (Stewart county, Tennessee, good clay
soli, 20 acres in" cultivation this year,
young growth of hardwood timber on
balance or land ; price $10.00 per acre,
a good place for stock as winters are
short and summers long and pleasant,
.n unusual good cumate the year around.
Would like to traae xor renaacoia Viu
erty. vacant or improved. Answer to P.
O. Box 807. Pensacola, Florida. 9311
FOR SALE Kerosene coal oil) Alaflln
T-amna Burn half the oil and glV5
twice the light. Demonstrated. Left for
trial, free or cnarge. to interest -
tin. 'leiennone or uufo
East Jackson street. .
FOR 8 ALF3 Overland Four Roadster, in
pood condition. Can he seen at Cary &
Company No, 2 Yard, Barrancas Avewand
Harden St. - i
for RALE Two feather hefts, one-horse
wniron. harness and buggy. 1218 N,
luUiemarde. , 8041
FOR SALE Handsome earcaalon walnot
tedroom suite of furniture. Apply San
Carlog Hotel, room 137.
l"OR SALE Guitar In fine conaltlon.
i'lano Shop. 18 E. Garden St. J05l
vr tl 1 t XT tTnlleA tlV TntTT and hall
Located On ea root ironi " y
feet depth. $1,300.00. Apply 1320 West
T.nlrann St jf
t'On SALE A high grade standard mike
slightly uted" new piano. The I'lano
hop. 18-20 E. Garden St. 90
FOR SALE Combination bookcase and
writing desk. Also one oak sideboard.
fan be Been at 81 West Belmont. Phone
yon SALE Cabin Launch Mae, 1 horse
power, Lathrop engine, length 23 feet.
heam 6 feet. Good runnirsr condition
Apply to Jerry Sullivan, Jr.. Thelsen
FOR SALE One Davenport and one lea
Box. Price very reasonable. Apply
l.'O West Chase St. 520
FOR SALE 1916 two-speed Pope Motor
cycle In first class condition. $53.90
cash. Can be seen at the Pensacola
FOR SALE Thoroughbred cow. Now
minting, fresn again in ninety das,
W. S. Garfield, 7th Ave. and Moreno St.
For 8AT,E: Egps from prize winning
Partridne and White Wyandottes. $2.oo
Per setting. R. T. Raines. DeFuntak
Springs. Fla. 1917
FORTY acres across bay from Penuaoola;
"wall house, henhouse, etc. Fifteen
aerrg cleared, five fenced. Bargain for
tiuick sale. A. c HlnKley, 60l-a Amerl
rn National Bank Bldg. , 942
FOR S4T.F, Ttv owner. 7-room dwe.lline
Mortfrn onnvpnlpnpfes. Price Terv rea
sonable. 506 N. Hayne St. Apply 1620
.V. 15th Ave., or shone 1009. 924Y
FOR SALE Eight lots in
north half of block 38
Maxent Tract: $1,000 wil
take them all for quick sale;
near ship yard. Apply J. N.
Yon SALE One bicyola, practlcaHy new,
in first class condition. ;S It at no.
10 E. Intendencia St.
FOR SALE Invalid chair. Addreas loo
K. Gadsden St. Phone 789.
EOR SALE ne Ford car,
good condition. $3o0.00
FOR SALE One Holstem ana jersey
milch cow and one Jersey heifer Apply
V t. a Anostle. 208 E. Chase St. 9317
Mr. Real Estate Man
Mr. Property Owner-
it you want to rent or sell that house, you can do so by ad
vertising it in The Pensacola Journal Classified Columns.
Try Them They Cost Litttle and are Result Getters
BOYS EARN MONET selling the Pen
iiacoia journal, dally and Can day.
Wanted 100 boys dally end J 00 bovg
Sundays to make from 60c to $5 day.
Bee Circulation Manager any morning S
TWO - A-l" Bookkeepers for public ac
countant's office. Write stating quali
fications and references. P. O. Box 219.
NEGRO IN WAR Two histories; take
- cnoice: tvereti sscon s ouu- pases, i.
VToUv ATlitttt'm lliti naes. S2.50. Over
hundred striking pictures negro in ac
tion. !5lg hit. Agents wild over success
Outfit either book rree. jjoui owe. e
quick. .Mullikin Co., Lumberton, N. O
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED I r
with the employment departme- e
Pan-American College, Rooms t" 89
Brent Bldg. No charge. Posltl. wait
WANTED A refined genUewoman to
take over the dining room and kitchen
of ono of the most ' deslrableprlvate
boarding houses In - Pensacola, Over
twenty boarders now taking meals. For
terms address H. M. 8.. care JoumaL
WANTED Colored woman to do (fun
eral house work, room on place If -ie-sired.
913 N. Palafox St., or phone 16S3.
WANTED Settled white woman of re
finement as housekeeper for family of
two. Good ijome for right party. Ad
dress Mrs. H. M. Smith, 854 New Jersey
St., Mobile, Ala. 9243
WANT HPA good cook. 422 N. Palafox
Notice Is herebv rivm h
dersigned intend to file their petition "8.
fore the Honorable C. M. Jonea, Judga
of the Court of Record of Eseambf;
County, State of Florida, on tne 14th dav
of June. A. D. 1919. asking for an ord-r
authorising the adoption by them of Al
pine May Cobb, a minor female child.
. ROSA LEE ADAMS.
May 7, 1919. oaw4w
In Escambia County Court of Record
T.0rris,& Company, plaintiff, vs. Osoar
T'"8: Louis E Armstrong and E. B.
Armstrong defendants. On the rule day
Sr Se'' to-ri: Monday, the second
oJun, D- 1919, the defendants,
scar Timms and Louis E. Armstrong.
-j other parties Interested are required
& fV ald action. This order to
oe puoilshed once emch week for two
' " A no -ensacoia journal, a.
newspaper published in said EscambU
W. P. RICE,
Clerk of the Court of Record.
In ie Court of Racenf of Fu.mU. r.,-
J?ta of Florida In Chancery.
- - i v w . .in .iviii.) i .vn r.
of Pensacola, Florida, vs. Santa Kosa
aiarine company, et al.
On reading the aflfdavit of J. W. Dorr,
Cashier of the complainant In the above
styled cause for an order requiring the
appearance of the defendant C. B. Neilson
and for publication thereof.
It is ordered that the defendant. C. B.
Neilsen be, and he Is hereby required to
appear 10 me diu or comfgaint herein on
the 18th day of June. 1919, and that puh-
for eight consecutive weeks in the Pensa-
l-uio. journal, a newspaper puDlished at
Done and ordered April th, 1919.
FIRST-CLASS Stenographer and book
keeper. Write stating qualifications and
references. P. O. Box 219. 9301
WANTED Girl . for housework at once.
1108 W, Gregory St.- ' 92S
WANTED A good cook.
FOa KFNT Large front room, southern
exjioeuie, with kitchenette, also large
airy room adjoining bath, for gentleman
or coupe. Adults only. Apply 214 W.
Gregory St. 9069
FOR RENT Rooms: Sleeping room
from $10 to 13 per rr.anthj two of three
room light housekeeping apartments for
rent by week or month. Apply 218 1-z
South palafox St., Phone 5$0. Sea
FOR RENT Our motor truksl
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 phne dl8,
Hallmark Transfer Co.
FOR RENT To couple without Children,
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
All raodern conveniences and screened.
Two am! one half blocks from post office
on car i:tie. Apply 236 W. Government.
. . 9303
FOR RENT On North Hill, one com
fortably furnished room, with private
men. Apply 920 N. Baylen. Phone 2231.
FOR RENT Furnished cottage, from
. June first to Beptembet first. Bay
shore. Address W. S. care Journal.
In memory of Col. Frank L.
Mayes, and in recognition of tn
Pint of helpfulness tht was hla,
The Journal will Insert under this
classification, free advertisements
for those In need of employment.
FOnmoN WANTED Licensed engineer
ishes employment on launch. Have o
years experience. Can give references.
Address Leaman A, Williams. 710 VV.
Mlln street. Pensacola, Fla.
FOR RENT One large furnished front
room down stairs. Apply 110 .W. Chase
FOR SALE Large market refrigerator
Practically new. 101 South Florida
Blanca. Phone 1891. 9"2
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi
anos , ft Specialty. AU work
guaranteed. Phona 204.
FOR RENT Vurnlshed room with kit
chenette. with the use of bath, phone
pd other conveniences. On car line. 80
No. Alcanla. 87 li
FOR RENT Large furnished room on
East Hill, southern expocure, for gen
tlemen, or could be arranged for fignt
housekeeping. 1000 E, DeSoto St., phon
PIANO TUNING AND
No matter what the cost
or the make ot vour Piano.
Tuning is as necessary as the
strings or the keys. Exami
nation free. We guarantee to
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. THOMAS,
18-20 E. Garden St. Phone
MORTGAGE LOANS r
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
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room
for ore or two gentlemen. Convenient 1o
North Hill car line. Phone 1030. 9104
FOR RENT Two nice, large rooms, up
stairs, furnished complete ror nouse
keeping) also garage. Aoply . 1202 Bst
"adsden St., or phone 1478. , 8018
FOK RENT Furnished rooms, kitchen
ette, upstairs, southern exposure. Mod
ern conveniences. 221 N. Barcelona.
Phone 1728. 9320
FOR RENT On North Hill, one fur
nished room. Modern conveniences.
Apply 1120 North Palafox. Phone 167.
R . 8134
FOR RENT One nicely furnished light
housekeeping room. Electrlcaity,
pcTeened, ubi of phone and bath. : On enr
line; no children. , 802 E. , Moreno St.
Phone 2303M. P 9325
.v ANTED Position as bookkeeper or to
be connected with some large isti
tutlon or wholesale house or city rep
resentative. Can furnish best of ree
ommenc"atlons Had 10 years experience.
Employed at present. Address W. W.
v., care Journal. .
WANTED A position as gardner tf
man of long experience. Address re
plies to A. G. Wall, 608 1-2 S. Palafox St.
fOSITIOt WANTED Bookkeeper, seven
years of double entry. Wi'.l accept
clerical work. Glad to have personal in
terview. Address 999, Journal.
FOR RENT Hotel Romano. 19 1-2 Wst
i'omsnn street. Clean, well ventilated,
electric liahted rooms. . Coolest rooms
for summer. 12 shower and tub baths.
Single rooms transient, 60c up. Rooms
by the Week. $2f50 ahd up. Open to t'.ie
general public. Capt. Frank Wilde,
Manager. I S"9
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Two ex
ceptionally well furnished rooms in fam
ily of two: desirable neighborhood: n'l
conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto. Phone 1290.
I .. 9329
- s . . . ..... l-j-.
WANTED Your furniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable price. Hall
mark Transfer Co. Phone 618.
FOR RENT One small furnished room
upstair, suitable, ror gentleman. Eiee
trio lights, bath. -Phone 2319, 910 N. 6tn
WANTED To denver meesegea or tack
aes for you. Special messenger service
Phone number 62. Brent b?dp. Message
or packages called for and detlvered
FOR RENT A furnished room with ail mi
coavenier.oe8. PPly 38 East Gregory J WANTED Tour Job jrlnting and order!
8207 : lor engravm or an kioob. rauinK ca.ru a
FOR RENT Furnished apartment tor
light housekeeping. Stationary wash
stand, hot and cold wat-r h
rooking and electric lights. DeslrW
location. 227 N. Baylen. uia-i
fnr Artcrfttrtntf A'
wending invitations, etc. MATES PRINT
ING CO.. 24 West Government. em
TtTTT1 PTPTf AT? MARKET
XaXJU A AVA-as. va.
The comfortable two-story dwelling at 1611 East Gads
den Street, $3,650.00.
1310 East Strong; bath, gas, and electricity, $1500.
We have a nice dwelling in East Pensacola that we are
offering at $3,500. South front and plenty lot.
Cozy little home, plenty lot room at $2,500, Inside the
Beit on East Hill. ; -
806 East Aragon Street, $750, near 10th Ave. Aragon
is first street south of Garden street.
Pensacola Finance ConijS any
W Alfrsys Have Houses If or Bxlaf
ELBI3IiT A. CXUBB3. B&lss Ages'
FOR RENT One or two. large cool rooms
for light housekeeping, down stairs.
Terms reasonable; good bathing. 414 s.
FOR RENT One furnished room to
couple or a gentleman, With private
amily. 405 East Belmont St., Phone 2003
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, fur
nished, home, yard, beach.
Only four blocks from Palafox,
out East Zarragossa. 410 South
Florida Blanca. . Earl S.'Hauck.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with all modern conven
iences. Apply 84 E. Chase St.
FOR RENT TWo unfurnished rooms; no
children. 16 N. 8th Ave. 92s.?
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, south
ern exposure, one-half block from Pala
fox. Apply 48 E. Gregory, Phone 1818.
A THREE ROOM partment, completely
furnished. 900 East Moreno St. 6i9i
FOR RENT Large, cool, oornfortaoiy
furnished room; breakfast if desired;
gentleman only. 904 E. Jackson St. 6294
FOR -RENT Furnished rooms. Modern
conveniences. One block off Palafox St.
Apply 108 E. Romana or phone 1231. 9300
FOR RENT Nicely located housekeeping
apartment, furnished or unfurnished,
modern conveniences. Apply 618 E. Gads
den st. before 8 a. m.. or after If. m.
FOR RENT One large room, upstairs,
adjoining bath; use of telephone. Mrs.
John Wood's residence, Ei. LaP.ua.
Phone 55. 29
FOR RENT Have lijfnt housekeeping
room and kitchenette; adjoining bath,
$20 per month. 314 W. Belmont. Phone
WANTED 8ewtn- Machine and
STRING- INSTRTJMENT9 to repair.
Will put them In good condition and
guarantee the work: thirty years' exper
ience. Phone- TBI. I will oali. 20 B. Gar
den St. J. H. Blakelay. TM8
WANTED Phonographs of all kind
repaired and now springs put in. the
Piano Shop. 18-20 E. Garden St., phone
WANTED Capable violin music teach
er to give evening or Sunday lessons
Address E. F., care Journal.
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, close in. gooo
neighborhood. One girl 9 years old. Fhone
WANTED Room with board by young
man. "" gooa locaion. Jiaurem
v orn IniirnaL . 9321
POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper, of 12
years' experience, wants position. An
swer H. a. P., care Journal.
A REFINED lady Wishes e position fct
once as companion to an aiaeriy iaay,
with light housekeeping duties, or car
or widowers- family: in or out or tne city.
Address I, 90S E. Jackson St., Pensacola,
ELDERLY man desires position as night
watenman or otner similar ugnt wont.
Address 119 W. Chase.
WANTED By eomoetent saw mill man
position in snipping department or any
otner good offer open, can give gooa
references on ability end character. S. C,
Mcaiurray, campti, 1A.
WANTED Position bv expert stenogra
Dher with nine-years' experience. Also
Can do any kind of office work. Address
IV care journal.
.422 N. Palafox
v HASLWAY CLERKS
Pensacola Lodqe 311.
Reruler meetiirs first and third mri.
day each month. K. of w. Hall.
j. is. smith, wm. P. Dails,
Recording Secretary. Pretldnt.
In Escambia County Court of Record
State of Florida.
Swift & Company, plaintiff, vs. Oscar
Timms and Louis E. Armstrong, defend- .
ants. On the rule day in Jur,, to-wit:
Monday, the second day of June, A. D. '
1919. the defendants, Oscar Timms and
Louis E. Armstrong, whose property has
oeen attached, and an otner parties In-
terestea are , required to appear to said,
action. The ' order to be published oncei
each -week for two months in The Pen-i
sacola journal, a newspaper published
In said Escambia county. -
W. P. RICE,
CTsrk of the Court of Record.'
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. 1. O. O. F
pensacola ixdge No 4 I. O. O. F..
me-tte every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. tn
f.airora Hail, corner Baylen and Bel
mont street-. Visitors Cordially Invited.
M. W. PETERSON, N. O
8. NICOLAN. Recording Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
Pensacola council No 85 Junior order
United Am erlcai. Mechanics meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. at K.
or p. nan, ill s. Tntendencia St., over
McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor
W. B. KING. ftee.-Seoy.
P. P. DILLIARD,
- - eon. .
Leaves Pensacola eevry Sun
day at 9 a. m. for Camp Walton",
Mary , Esther, The Cedars. Re
urns 8:30 p. m. Fare $2.00.
vEvery Friday at 2:30 p. m. to
Santa Rosa Island. Fare 50c
Frank H. Henning.
, Telephone" 788-1965.
Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 mets
everv Thursday .niKht at W. O. V.,
Romana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m.
W. H. LANGFORD, Secy.
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 42, F. & A. M.
Jncial communication of Pen-
acola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M.
Thursdav. Mav 15. 1919. at 7:30
TSr . m. Work In K. A. aegree.
Vlsitlns? brothers fraternally welcomed.
M. 3. SCOTT, W. M.
D. R. SAUNDERS, Secy.
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. 28ft,
F. A. A. M.
Special comtminicatlon of Naval
Lodge No. 24. Friday. May locn,
919, at 7:30 p. m. Wrork in the
E. A. degree. Visiting brothers
r. F. M. WESTON. JR.. W. M.
F. HANSEN, Secy. .
POSITION WANTED Have several
years' experience as bookkeeper ana
other clerical work. 999 care Journal.
COMPETENT Bookkeeper. expenienced
In both cost and commercial account
ing. Best of references. Age 28; address
"Bookkeeper," care of Journal.
WANTED By ' young woman" as seam
stress or fitter with dressmaker or es
tablishment. Address, Mrs. Bonasera,
424 W. Lloyd; phone 1296.
WANTED Saw filer w in4 s
a position. Can file bands
cycle and gauge saws. Eigh
teen years experience. E. M.
Lerry, Plantersville, AIa.v
WANTED Three room apartment for
,ini wihtout children. Must havj
all modem conveniences. Screened and
private bath. Address J. G. Mc, 'care
ANYONE wishing tne servlca
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 bunion's, callouses. Ingrowing
nallT ecterna, tetter, .wellen or tire!
feet call business phone 356 or residence
pnone 8S3. Dr. Sinclair Thomas will make
your troubles disappear. Pons Barber
Shop. 313 south Palafo street. (H
Will MU8 Bovle. who wag at one time
In charge of a hotel, or summer camp,
at Seminole, communicate with mibs
Jan Dunham. P. O. Box, 1350, Pensacola.
Fla. . '
WANTED By June 1, position by young
lady as assistant bookkeeper or office
assistant. Can use typewriter and fuf
nish good references. C. M. C, care
WANTED Position by ex-
- perienced bookkeeper- -cashier
Touch typist and all
around oofice man. Prefer
auditor's or accountant's of
fice, b$st of references, sal
ary no object where chances
for advancement are good.
"Advancement," Care Jour
LOST -In the lobby of the
San Carlos Hotel or in the
vicinitv of the hotel by M.
W. Bell, one small black bill
fold pocket book containing
about $200.00 in currency.
Return to hotel or Citizens
& Peoples National Bank
Very liberal reward will be
tnaT Sgturitav nlarht. black bay mare
white spot on race ana rignt nm iv-
White. Finder please return to Amos j.
Bradley, No. 2 Ice nam, jn.
LiOST On East Hill car. about 9 a. m.
Tuesday, one ladiea black leather poet
nn.4.ininr ahnut SSI. 00 in curren
VtUWiV, L c ......
.mail fhnnsre. cards of owner,
Other cards and kodak pictures Return
to Miss Montanari, tjemrai ru.riu',
ttrtA r.f.lvk reward. 931
tnT a dark roan mare. Last seen
at Brent. Reward if returned or in
formation given at 504 E. Moreno ewee
T-nsfWednesday afternoon on We?t
TA,.nn tr or business section o
Paiafnv afreet check amounting to $146.2
indorsed bv Miss Nelli O'Brien. Finder
please return to 312 W. Intendencia St.
R&warri- ' 9327
STOLEN-S-From premises, one Goodrlcn
tire. 84 x 4 1-2. straight aide caesing
on Baker rim. Reward of 120 if returnyi
to F. O. Renshaw, W. Gonsaies bt. 9 3
MISS 2L D. ADAMS, Qualified Teach
Dement-Pitoante Shorthand. Toue
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: $8.00 per month In ad.
w.nM iHrmu: Phflna 1378 or 411 W.
Gregory Eutm. !&T I
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICU-Day I
or night called for . and del. .'-red
promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent Li!!dln
MEN'S shirts made to order at 708 E.J
Belmont. Silk shirts a specialty. si-J
BRANCH'S Boarding Kennels. Dogs con-;,
ditioned by expert handler. 30 west;
Chase St. fnone lzii. . oou,
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX-,
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt.
service. Courteous, careful!
C0MPAIr. Phone 334. Haul
ing-, packing, storing.
WHEN in need of any transfer
work ring up 618. Hallmark
NOTICE TO THE PUB- I
LIC When in need of'
any kind of -hauling, don't ;
forget 24. We are the only
transfer company in the city :
who call for and deliver your '
baggage at all times, includ- ,
ing night and Sundays. Bag- ;
gage specialty office, next to ;
L. & N. baggage room. We
employ white help only Gulf
Transfer company, Phone :
24. R. R. Atwell, Manager. :
LOST--34x6 Tire on New
Rim, probably on Garden
street or Barrancas avenue.
Return to 111 West LaRua
We have the following;
used cars all in perfect
shape. See them: Buick'
six, 5 pass., 1918 model; .
2 Fords, 5-pass.; 1 Max--f
well. You will find thesa
United Auto Sales Co. !
Garden and Baylen, JC
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