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xriE PENSACOLA rmmw at: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18J91
22 THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Phone 38 From 7 p. o. to la.cs. Flione 1500 From 1 a. en. to 1 p. o. 'A ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30.000 PEOPLE HELP MALE LOST . , ' V' j ; ...... : " : i : 1! FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR S ALE I ! s-aLB Second hand teftlnx ma- 'hloe i, a!l makes. $500 up. Guaran tee;. Reynalds Music House. rhone iTli, . . IJ35 UBERTT. DaIKT F2.ISD - M .TCE3 MOKE h MILK irJ5AC;OLA FEF.D COMPANY, P'T, Vtrr Potato P'snt 12.00 thon ind re-.dv- note 411 rst paed ;.,.., nnrt inspection. ' Fall count, r mnt i)liverv guaranteed. Oabf-ee 1p : 7 fbvisnd.- J. T .White. Tal labassre. Fla. : 551 fvi ry p. t TJ-HnTtu. frrr .Toms and bill. Vtr. V. r !"-f XIM fr n P-ire rearle. Phone or - IT FOR SALE Our service? to haul vbur trunk snd bap;o;ap:e Jto -o: from the depot a short . notice. TTallmark Transfer Co. POl?TO RICO POTATO i DRAWS. We beaded Six Thousand.- Bushels. Splendid - 'Plants.', i otnt-' c .ipmen4 . per 1X)0. Leading Va- rietie. To-rir n Sl.n. Toh - Aldridsre. Talr.hassce. Fla. FOF. SALE Pure Virgin Olive ' till, just receivea irom ltaiy oy , . , . , - 1 0.-Marasse. 615 So. Palafox St. 1 Phone 207. lm-8219 rOTiAL"EA"RMY HORSES. ! ?ain for cash. Apply Sports Prced to sell. ' Weight 1100 to! man s SuppyStore. d4 ;7fi00 Jbs. Apply Morgan's Sta ges, East Chase "St. Phone 710. I 9023 f'B SALK-iianlsnnie sarcuslon wainat rwrnv nn --'I'tre. Apply San '-rr Tlaft. room J!7. 1r fine condition, Osrd-n St. 5tM ' n"n- p'nno. The Piioo Kf" I -romMTistinn hof.kcase ant tlnsr rt-i'. M'-" one oaVi sfdeOoird. seTi at 21 Wpst Belmont. Pbw "fi. 9139 7 ho.-se 1 h'-ri- pTi'Tin. Irth 23 Tvi. ff. Terrv Sullivan. Jr.. Thelsen i T r.-OTie nvnrt rnd rrioo vry reasonahT". V"tt "iae St. . t,ne . Ice Annlv. 92m cTr- Thnrmi", ihr1 COW. No" ' i"T rri, a?rin In ninetv dais. ;. Girfie'd. 7th Ave. and Moreno St. 91 J r k from prlie winning i;d,trHc nn 'te TTi-rndotts. $2 00 r-.T- oti" R. T. Riines. PeFun'k y 7s. Fla. 1917 l ri SALE Invalid chair. Address fsde St. Phone 7X9. 100 91'S) FOR SALE Useful and enter r twining books, Tricks and Nov clt es. Send 2c stamp for cata log. Florida Pub. Co., P. O. Box 1054. Psnsacola. Fla. 9109 KOit F.AI.E A wll established and one r$ the best r-vliK meat markets anl rrni rn' stor fr the city. Also lot of household furniture. An excellent oppor l7Ktv frv- p.-vtv vith small cap'til. Ao p!v 424 East Government St.. Phone 389. KO ? SALE At Warrington. Fla., store aid ho"se at reasonable price. Apply Ht Mrs. Marv Lanzoni. 414 West Intei ,cen?la St.. Pensacola. Fla. 9246 KO-t SALE Two hlsrh grade Jersey ows, one with second calf eight days iOtd. one eierht weRr 'd tn be fresh In 'wKOHt two weeks. Both gentle snd good ricl. milkers. Also tuberculosis tested by Ct'. S. government veterinarian. A. J, .'Anderson. Motor Route A. Box 57. 92 tl Fok SALE Kerosene (coal oil) Aladln limps. Burn half the oil and giv3 twi?e the light. Demonstrated. Ieft for tris l. free of choree, to Interested rar ities Telephone 1518 or address 1107 .a ft Jackson street. . FOR SALE One Holsteln and Jersey riilch cow and one Jersey heifer. Apniy 'r. L. A. Apostle. 218 E. Chase St. 937 You Cannot Get a Home to Rent, But You Can Purchase ( - Any of the Following and Forever Quit the Rent Habit : SI . 1611 East Gadsden, $3,650; close in, six-room, North Hill furnished house $4,750. 1221 North 15th Avenue; six-rooms, $2,500. Nice two-story dwelling, with plenty lot room, in East -Pensacola, $3,500. - Two-story house, North Hill, near corner Reus and Gadsden, lot 75 foot front, 1 1: Large six-room, south front cottage, on East Hill car line, lot 120x137 1-2 feet, $2,650. - Pensacola Finance Company We Always Have PHONE S67 FOR SALE The following household SfOOds &re Of-Iiess furnished by purchaser. Pure ax t . . - . , i : .i onrf win co twice fered for sale at a big sacri fice: Cooking range, gas range" Singer . : sewing ma chine, large refrigerator and other articles too numerous to mention. 233 E- Gregory. FOR SALE One pair WJ'H aoora. 36x, n cabinet mantle, one oak china cio t Phone 316. 3 - FOR SALE or Trad- 338 Stewart countv. Tennessee, soil. 20 acres in cultivation acres n good clay this year, timber on voune erowtn or iwrew'' hai-i" or lani: price $10.00 per acre. pood place for stock is V , ' " V - a'l summers long and pleasant. n unusual good fWmntf the year around. H'miid like to trade for Feosacola rron- imnmif Answer to P. O. Box 807. , Pensacola. Florida. 931) KOR S4T.E H""se. five rooms and hsit. t r. fi2 foot front lot by 122 feet depth. $1,300.00. Apply 1320 Jackson St. ' West 9319 FOH SATE Harare market refrigerator. 'roctlcr"v n -101 South FlrM Blnnca. Phone 1891. 3Z4 FOR SALE One horse, top wagon and harness. Marine Grocery Co. 9282 oiTE lS-'oot Mot"r Boat, fishine. 4 n P. Palmer Georr Pteck. 24 W. Romana St. best for en&ine. 9347 FOR SALE One po-d bicye'e. one. small wagon rnea". ,ri.u-.. ro.. 13 No. Palafox. 34J ..or.n . .... - ; TT -0 j ttoR SALE Hupp Koaa- ster. Good tires. A bar- I Palafox St. Phone 889. FOR SALE Registered Bertr-; 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 $ou,uuu.wu SuC; tell onlv the best in English and American bred Berkshires. Herd headed by Baron Prince C. 2nd 256726, Grand Champion over all breeds Virginia, 1918. All hogs and pigs registered and cholera immune. Ask for sam ple pedigree. C. J. Sutterlind, Southern Representative, Pork maker Ward, Chipley, Fla. 8170 INVINCIBLE strain White Wandotte cockerels, hatching eggs and baby .hi,i.r.i rata oe iree. mtr u""". Roscoe. Ala. ' 9228 FOR SALE 3 burner Buck oil stove and oven $15.00; circulating gas hot water tank. $11.00: White Leghorn hens. $1.50 i. a w rnrnr Moreno and inti i u. k . ,, Ave. 9367 FOR SALF Horse and Apply 15 Luke's Alley. harness. $130. 936-.1 sLE Bv owner, 7-room dwelling. i"rn conveniences. VHce verv Ta- 1,1- Kne 1M Hnvn Apply ' ' N. IMh Ave., or phone 1009. 92 17 PO" fT.f To ('' OUt rw e boxes. bst nds. ba'l r-finisbed dressers. -" tT-ie. gs nd wo1 StO'-eS. K, -rr"-s. of''"' .hf. ' "ther furniture. 230 ronna St. one ratif. iblo snd V. Terr" -9373 FOR SLE One Emerson Oscillating Desk Fun; one Cr-r..ral Elctrlc Desk h'fin AnnH- ( :. uririm ax ary k v-. 10 s. 9374 EF' f,lAN HARES. 8 weeks old. $1 each. Strone. healthv breeding sock. $2 each. Bred does $3 each. Orders -tilled prompt ly, rhillip Condon. Westchester, Ohio. 9362 FOR SAI-E Five fortv-foot lots. fair house. East Hill. Terms, $100 casl. hulance $11 per month. T. Pascoe, 22" North Palafox St. 9348 FOR SLE Ford Touring car. a good buy for S300 00. Come and look it over at 311 N. 6th Ave. FO" SALE Four automobile ti-es com plete. Two 32x34. two 33x4. Good con dition. Bargain. Apply 616 E. Gadsden $1,900. Houses For Sale" ELBERT A- CLUBBS. SxJes Affenl SALE By the pound, gallon or ton. 1 lb. 20c; 1 qb (3 ibs eve; 1 - . 1 v-.. o Afi nnntHinirs p t r;L. 1111- iracieu nunc j m - - - as far aa corn syrup or any otner sweets. 1 gallon 12 lbs) or more delivered to any part of city; v smaller quantities at resi dence, corner 16th St. and ISth Ave. ; Phone 2405 M. J. A. Wise. Honey Pro- ducer. FOR RENT FOlt KJb'NT .arse tront ro)mL southern eTCIrsure, with kitchenette, also large fttry room adjoining bath, for gentlenun or coupe.- Adults only. Apply 214 vv. Urcgorv St. 906 FOR RrtNT kooms: S'plng rooms , from $10 to 12 per ironth; two of three . room light housekeeping apartments for ' rent bv week or month. Apply 218 1-2 ! South Palafox St Phone 580. 843 FOR RENT Our motor trucks j by the hour or day on country i trips or to the Naval Air Sta-, tion, alsn do crating and packing ' nf furniture, hauling baggage nd moving household goods at ; hort notice. Ring phone 618, hallmark Transfer Co. FOR PRNT Large furnished room on Kas.t.Hill. southern exposure, for gen-! tlemen. or could be arranged for light ho)isekecplng.; 1000 E. DeSoto St.. phone 1795. 911 -jp' rent Hotel Romano. 19 1-2 wt I street Clean, wen ventiiateo. Uiectrtc uehted rooms, coolest rooms Slne,'' rooms tnnsien, 50c up. Roomi by the week. $2.50 and up. Open to t'e gonral public. Capt. Frank Wfide, Manager. 830 FOR RENT Furnished apartment tor lieht housekeeping. - Stationary wash tand. hot and old watr ha jESfcS. ag7 trie lights, uesiraww len. yiat FOR RENT One furnished room to couple or a gentleman, with private nritiy. 403 East. Belmont St., Phone 20')3. ROOMS LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, fur nished, home, yard, beach. HONEY FOR ""-,0nly four blocks from Palafox n. in ci out East Zarragossa. 410 South Florida Blanca.' Earl S. Hauck. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; no children. 615 N. 8th Ave. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, south ern exposure, one-half block from Pala fox. Apply 43 E. Gregory. Phone 1818. A THREE ROOM apartment, completely fur-ished. 900 East Moreno St. J293 FOR RENT--Furnlshed rooms. Modern conveniences. One block off Palafox St. Apply 108 E. Romana or phone 1251. 03'iQ " " FOR RENT Nicely located housekeeping apartment, furnished or unfurnished, modern conveniences. Apply 616 E. Gads den St. before 8 a. m.. or after 6 p. m. FOR RENT Have light housekeeping room and kitchenette; adjoining bath. $20 per month. 314 W. Belmont. Phone 1459. - , 9284 FOR RENT To couple without children, furnished rooms for light housekeeping. All modern conveniences and screened. Two and one half blocks from post office en car line. Apply 236 W. Government. F'R RENT One nicely furnished light housekeeping room. Electricaity, screened, use- of phone and bath. On car I line; no children. 802 E. Moreno St. Phone 2403M. 9325 I FO K RENT Furnished rooms, kitchen ette, upstairs, southern exposure. Mod ern conveniences. 221 . N. Barcelona. Phon 1726. 9320 FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Two ex ceptionally well furnished rooms in fam ily of two: desirable neighborhood; all conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto. Phone 1290. -- . 9329 FOR RENT Large, comfortable furnish ed room for gentleman only. 900 E. Jackson. 9370 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, best, coolest In city. Every room electric fan. Baths and all modern conveniences. Close to car line to Navy and Shipyards. Day, week or month. 123 W. Zarragossa St. Mrs. W. E. Olinder, ; 9370 FOR RENT Room and board for two young men right on the Bay front. All modern conveniences. . Close to shipyard. 806 South E street. - . 9377 FOR RENT Modern four room and bath furnished apartment. Apply 506 East Jackson, phone 1(87. - . ,9372 FOR RENTTwo rooms and kitchenette fo-. lieht housekeeping, on - car line. Phone 1778. 9371 FOR RENT One large furnished front room down stairs. Apply 110 W. Chase St. - . - 9322 UK RENT unfurnished room, . one half block from car line. 523 E. Gre gory. 9335 FOR RENT On North Hill, one com fortably furnished room with privato nam, suitable ror couple or two gentle men. Apply 920 N. Bayleh St. Phone 22"1. , 9307 FOR RENT On North Hill, two furnish ed rooms suitable for light housekeep ing; modem conveniences; also one fur nished room for gentlemen. Phone 167. Apply 1120 N. Palafox St. 8134 TWO ROOM APARTMENT, private bath. gas, electrlcty, hot and cold water, screened. Apply 7 West Gregory street, up stairs. FOR RENT Two" larere furnished rooms for light housekeeping, close in. near Bay Shore, car line; use of phone; gas lights and bath: in- good neighborhood. Apply Mrs. E. E. Johnston. 214 E. Zar ragossa St. Phone 2301R. -9360 FOR RENT Two rooms furnished . for light housekeeping. Modern conven iences. ; No children. 914 E. Strong. FOR RENT Coxy and newly furnished .two .and -three room apartments.. All modern conveniences. Rent reasonable. Down town location. Apply Phone 2270 ffr wrtieiiorat .9352 1AROK sunnv furnished rooms, private er-tranee- also for light bousekeening with kitchenette, gas, phone. bath. 'et. clean, ouiet place, on '-car line ami w-lking. distance. Reasonable rrlee-. F'ne for oe or two mn or married cou Ve. 806 N. Alcaniz St. , . A SERIOUS QUESTION In which column will your widow's name appear? "I am very much obliged to you Tor your letter of the 14th en- losing check for $10,000. This prompt " payment to me makes tie very thankful that my hus hand carried his Insurance in your company. BEFORE IT IS pwhtmf Nine-One-Eight PHONLS. Nine-One-Nine FISHER- INSURANCE AGENCY " WE WILL BOND YOU " AGENTS SALESMAN Experienced in ' any nne. New strong proposition of merit to general retail trade in Florida. $35.00 weekly advance to producers. The Con tinental Jewelry Co.. 2720 Continental Bldg.. Cleveland, Ohio. 939 AGENTS Quick seller; big profits. Cal ifornia Jtosebeads coining money lor hustlers. New stuff. Tremendous de mand. Catalog free. Mission Bead Co.. 1315 Irola, Los Angeles, Calif. 9357 SALESMEN Splendid opportunity for the man seeking to better himself. Ad vertising Calendars. Fans and Novelties. Liberal commission proposition. Selling season now on. The Geo. H. Jung Co., Cincinanti, Ohio. - 9345 LIVE Salesmen and Brokers to sell Rice as sideline on liberal commission basis. Address Chas. Ganucheau & Co., 424 Gravler St., New Orleans, La. -. 8278 SALESMAN Capable specialty man for Florida. Staple line on new and ex ceptional terms. Vacancy now. Attrac tive commission contract. $35 weekly for expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co., 3420 ,Car Hn Bldg.. Cleveland. Ohio. 9346 CREW managers and representatives Make "money fast. History of World War complete, containing peace treaty and League of Nations, bv Francis A. March. Ph. D. Introduction by his brother. General Peyton H. March, high est ofMcer In IT. S. armv. Profusely Illustrated. Authorship and specHl fea tures placr it heyond competition. Special terms. Frein-ht paid. Credit siven. Out fit free. Universal House. Philadelphia. - 8276 T""0 VKO'O TVar Hietories:- Emmett Scott's. fiOO n0. books readv later; Kellv Mi"er's. 700 naa-es. redy now over 10ft pictures. Neero in elon. Rip- bit. Aeentv wPd over pueess. Eithr cutfit free: both ?"c. Be quick. Mullikin Co., Lumberton, N. C. LAntES H fld an hoi'r for smre time Sell cimnio'e Ut of guaranteed b-s-erv. BoTiwht lw'or nrices doubled. tfre samnles n str you. Newsstvle hosiery Co.. 3208 Cotton St.. Daytoi. Ohio. 935 AtiVTS! a "-'- f-r hours work dally. Rril rew "sl'r n-rooosition. Renilsr cu"er, B profit on repeal business. WHfe fr. yqi-niaq if -rnu iM.n. biisl"s 0,?",rqr.'d .Hoslerjr rv . 705 Post Pt . Psvtnn. Ohio. AGENTS - no fcnr''-- -Kcr,iiitfIv inipr- anteed. Gsso'ipe 'c ;"nn. Monev bnck gunraptee. Wr'te r'-''frol Chemical Works, 20 "West Jackson Blvd., Chico -.. ' ' - ' - - - - .' - ..- 9365 WOniWT WIT cPVT,ifn ard "Wcrk- frrrj priilla fo forlne TW1C trS for -Orl '1 . Tlr ook. Tt-I'l CO""'" peeo troj. tv. Outfit ?0rr. rr-nrtv. B- f-st In flAl't fnr lif pf ti uTMttiit l")il of the f re, FttM pi,MtMnr-ri., Chicago,' Atlant" Address nearest office. PSl WANTED mxxxj xour furniture and household goods to pack and crate at reasonable price. Hall mark Transfer Co. Phone 618. WANTED To denver messages cr rck ?a 'ot yu- Special messenger service Phone number fi2. Brent b?dr. Message or packages called for and delivered promptly. 7?1S WANTED four Job Jrinti-g snd order? for engravlna- of al! kinds. -,aIMpg cards wedding Invitations, etc. MATES PRINT ING CO.. 24 West Government. 510 WAKTPD Rwfnf MncW-se and STRING INSTRUMENTS o ropalr. will put them in good condition and guarantee tlie work: thhrty year' xoer lenoe. Fhoe rt t will call. 20 E. Oar den St. J. TT. Blake-ley. 3t?t WA NTED Phonographs of all kinos repaired and new springs put tn. Che Piano . Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St.. phone 791. ... ' . . . 903& WANTED Capable violin music teach er to give evening or' Sunday lessons. Address E. F.. care Journal. . V ' WANTED Adding machine. Small type preferable. - Must be In A-l condition and price right. - P. O. Box 236 or phone 420. . 9337 WANTED A serviceable 'wheel. In good condition. Address repl- to C-19 care Journal -.stating make, condition, how long used and lowest price. 9378 WANTED In or near city, by - white man, either email house, one or two rooms or a living room. State location and price. Address XX, care Journal. - - , .'-. . - 9373 WANTED At' once by two cultured young ladies in government work, jne room and kitchenette fitted for light housekeeping in refined home. Will pay $35. 00 per month." Address X: T. Z., WANTED Refined young widow with child desires position as housekeeper. Very good cook, thoroughly competent,, and will consider leaving city. "TOO LATE' POSITIONS WANTED In memory of , Col. Frank L. Mayes, and in recognition of the spirit of helpfulness tht was his. The Journal will insert under this classification, free & Jvertisements for those in need of employment. POfllTlON WA NTED Licensed engineer wishes emptoj'ment on launch. hsx o years experience. Can give ret ei ?nces. Address Leaman A. Williams. 710 VV. M-Un street, Peusacola. Fla. '.VANTFD Position as bookkeeper or to be connected with some large tstl tutlnn tr - wholesale house or city ' rep resentative. Can furnish best of res ommenc'aiions Had 10 years experience. Kmploy-jd at present. Address W. W. W., care Journal.-- ELDERLT man desires position as night watchman or other similar light work. Address 119 W. Chase. COMPETENT Bookkfceper, expenienced In ; both cost and commercial account ing. Best of references. Age 2S; address "Bookkeeper," care -of - Journal. - - WAITED Bv : young woman as seam strecs or' fitter with dressmaker or establishment.'- Address.. Mrs. Bona sera. 424 W. Lloyd; phone 12ri6. WANTED Saw filer w uv s a' position. Can file band? cycle and gauge saws. Eigh teen years experience. E. M. Lerry, Plantersville, Ala. WAN'TKn By June 1. position by young may a3 assistant dook Keeper or ornee assistant. Can use typewriter and fui'- risb "ood references. C. M. C, care Journal. POSITION WANTED Wanted painting- to do bv man with 20 years experience prices reasonable and you don't pay for work which is not satisfactory. Give me a trial- Address A. i3. A. Jour nal:'; - : .9336 OPPORTUNTIIES 1 HAVE YOU $5,000 ' CASH, that you would like to' put into a clean, profitable busi ness (Food Necessity) in Pensacola. No experience necessary. Can be handled b' lady as well as a gentle man. Over 500 being suc cessfully operated through out the United States. Ad dress, J. W- Coffey,- 118 West Forsyth St., Jackson ville, Fla. UETAII. fcTORE MAN Young man. about 25 years of age. who Is physically strong, active- and careful, with person ality that will impress others and secure enthusiastic co-operation can secure ex ceptional opportunity with a fast growing mercantile organization.' Knowledge of J general merchandise, such as notions, dry eoo''s. toil-t goods, stationery and of sim ilar lines is desirable. In your applica tion give tun dta!ls as to your ouaim catlons: also state ware- earned, and age. Address 820, care Journal. 936t 76 COMPANIES, Burkbumett. Texas, pay dividends amounting to $5,000 ,. s''0 Invested. . Fowler Oil made $1,500. Get H-b. Writ Big Southern Co., Fort Worth.. : Texas. " 0353 IF TOU have 000 to $3.ono cash cap ital and would be interested In opening an entirely new line of business in vour loeaptv wh'cb should pav you $10,000-10 its noo, nt':'"v; write -t "ce for ia--t'cu'ar. Mech"iC!l MrcSr, & Tool Works, 314 St. Paul St.. Baltimore. Mr -. ' - - ' ,. - . . 9354 STOCK end tv, boue-t and soil, financial Indicator" msiled fre-. Ke norta on any stock or bond Issue noon r'Miuest. . Choice dividend pavinr pf"" w'hich 'are" fni'v p.tp 3, to" irivt ment or sbc'ilty. s-nrtiM,.f-rt;n f, So, LaSelle St., Chicago. - iL: 9":';;! BROWN Bi jyS EARN MONET filing the Pen. ;reicola Journal, dailr nd Sunday. Wanted 10' boys daily and 200 bovs Sundays to make rrom.60c to $5 -- day. Fee ClrctiVu on Miuager any morning a o'cUck. WA VTK! TJellverv hoy with wheel. Sat urday morning. Apply W. H. Holifield Meat Market. 241 W. Government St. 9330 'GOvrpxuEVTS needs 4,0f0 clerks for census. $100 month. . Examinations foon. Age requirements, IS or oyer. For fi ee particulars, write : J. C. Leonard, (former i Civil Service Examiner), !'1 Equitable Bldg., Washington.. 933S MEN Age 17 to 55. Experience unneces sary. Travel, make secret . invalida tions, reports. Salaries; expenses. Amer ican Foreign Detective Agency, 162, St. Louis. . - 9358 MEN - wanted for detective work. - J. Ga nor. Former- U. S. Govt. Detective. Danville. III. 9356 WANTED Ambitious. educated youn? man oualifv stenographic position rail road office. $1,200 and pass. .Tuition paid from, . salary. Attractive proposition. Piedmont Business Co'lege. Lynchburg, Va. . : 9364 HKT.p WANTED Mtii w'th' pome knowl edge of seeds, gardening or farming. Marked , gardner preferred: an excellent nnd unusual sales opportunity. The Win.-? Seed Co..1 Mechanicsburg. Ohio. ' S2T'J WANTED A man from 21 to 35 years: of age to do general stock room ind store -work in a retail store. Men with mercantile experience preferred but others will be considered, f This posi tion holds an opportunity 'for a man to work into a responsible position with agood future. Mention whether married . or single, age, where em ployed - and present salary, in first letter. For interview, address 131i. Journal office. K ... 9355 HELPFEMALE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED ReElster w-ith the employment depart"-ent of th. Pan-American CoPeire. Rooms 274 to j!S9 Brent Bldg, No charge. Position wait- in 4l WANTED Colored woman to d0 scl eral house work, room on place 11 !e slred. 913 N. Palafox St., or phone 1683. v x-to Girl for housework 1106 W. Gregory St. at once. 92S9 FMALE HELP WANTED White and colored wom en at Star Laundry. Annlv at once " 3t-9334 WANTED Young lady widower and children, sition to right party. Journal. housekeeper hy Perrianfnt po W. Y. Z., care 9::3S WAVTED Five bricrht, capable ladies to travel, demonstrate and .sell dealers. I25.no to $50.00 per week. Railroad fare paid. Write at once'. Goodrich Drug Co.. Dept. 244, Omaha, Nebr. 907S PRACTICAL NURSING Wanted, to do practical nursing. Can give ' the best of references. Phone 598. . 217 W. Gar den St. LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OF r.AILWAV CLERKS ' Persarla Lodqe 311. , Regular meetings first and third Fr. aay each -rror.th. K. nf Jiall J. N. Smith, -vm. P. Da-is, Recording Secretary. Pre;, id -if - 7807 PENSCaOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F Pensacola Lode-e No 4 I. O. O. ' F., meetts every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. tn Raiford Hall, Corner riaylen and Bel mont streets. Visitors Corrllallv Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O S NTCOLAN. Kecording Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER (JTC1TED AMERICAN MKCHAMICS Pensit-jo'a council Ko 3S Junior order United Americai Mrhanlcs meets sec ond and fourth Frlduvs. 8 p. m. at K. of P. Hall. Ill E. Intendencl? St.. over McHiigh stce. , Visiting brothers cor dially iniltea. W. El KING. Rec-Secy. F. P. DILTJARD, - COIi. . N LOnoB NOTICE, Carpenters eyd Joiners Local 815 meets every Thursday night at W. O. W., Romana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m. H. PATTLSEN. Pres. W. II. LANGFORD. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Regular meeting ot'-Florida Chapter No. 9, O. K. S., Tuesday, May , at 8 p. m. Work in the degrees of the order. Visiting -members cordialy in vited. - MRS. EMMA ROGERS. W. M. MRS. MARGUE-RITE LY.LE. Secy. -. NOTICE W. O. W. Baseball players are. request ed to be present at the meeting in the District Manager's Office Monday even Inc. at 7:30 o'clock. - (Signed) R. H. WKATHERLOW J. P. BITRTT C. C. MATSON. W. O. W. Members of Olive fAmp are requeste-i to be nresent Wednesda v ni,Tht "rT. O. W. ra'l. vc-t -Romano. 8 n'o'-vk, Very im Torant business to transact. - MASONIC TEMOl.F -tt- nn-':nTi of Es - camMa L't-e 15. F. - A. M.. Monday. Mav 1th. at 7:n n. "i. isiting l-r--K , r,(-.,.iv 'n vited. JNO. G. CARO. W. M. F. D. RICHARDS. Secy. MAL LOD. NO. F. & A. M. J -""i-1 'iiinicat'.on of Naval 1 Lodge. No. 24. r & A. M . Mon day, May 1, .191s. at fi-0 p. m. -..-,-.. ,, w-. c' decree. Visitlnp- brothero fr-ternallv In'-ited. F. M. WESTON. JR., W. M. WM. ' . HANSEN. Secjv, - . V LARK Leaves Penaacoia eevry Sun day at 9 a. m. for Camp Walton, j Mary Esther, The Cedars. Re turns 8:30 p. m. Fare $2.00. Every Friday at 2:30 p. m. to Santa Roa Island. Far6 50c. Frank H. Henning. : - Telephone 788-196 j. LOST Saturday niht. black bay ma-e white itspot on face and right hrni f,')rv' white. Finder please return to Amn. .' Bradley, Nu. 2 Ice Plant. N. Tarragont St.- Reward. LOST Jersey w, about four years oij Dark head and shoulders.. Vhite on stomach. Strayed from home at Cordova Park. Finder will please phone xto . liberal reward. 92 v., LOST- A dark roan mare. Last g at Brent. Reward if returned n, formation given at 504 E. Moreno street X Cltr I'll vliv? xtito. LOST Wednesday afternoon on Yes Romano 6treet. or business section i Palafox street, check amounting to $148 , Indorsed by Miss Nellie O'Brien. Ki-ides' please return to 312 W. Intendencia s Reward. 1 jjo- LOST By delivery boy, afternoon of the 14th Inst., one lady's black kid oxforn with cap on toe. and medium heel. Re. ward for return to Anson's Shoe Store. -' 935? LOST Between San Carlos and Watson Prrker & Reese .: Co., . wrist; watch "Tttie". engraved on back. Return in Mr. Reese at Watson, Parker .& P.ee. Co.'c and receive reward. j- MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL MESSENGER Sl-:R1C Day oi night called for and of rel promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent B'z'.'dln 796? DR. HAMILTON THE S.AW DENTIST Saw Teeth Propevtv Treated: als Grindine- Knives, Shears, etc. Han-i Saws 25c. 223 E. Intendencia St. Cro? Cut saws gummed. 2S0 MEN'S shirts made to order at 70S K Belmont. Silk shirts a specialty. 912-- BRANCH'S Boar ling Kennels.. Does con ditioned bv- expert handler. 30S West Chase St. Phone 1211. 9301 LET'S PAINT We are in a position re furnish estimates' on painting yotir home, interior decoratings, hardwood fin ishes, signs, anythin-s: in the paint line ' Home, Sweet Home to Us. Just a postj' to the Painter, 24 E. Chase St. 9iv OWN AN ELECTRIC BAKERY Cash and carry business shows ininiens profit. No gas-fumes or. heat. Most ui-to-date Sanitsry Bakery in eistence. ii' tirft to install ore in your home town Anyone can opern it We tencli yo' Full equipment co'-'- $".''10. Send no" for- information. Keefj-Frph Klectrii Bakeries, 1C3 W. Madison St.. Chirac 111. . PERSONAL ANYONE wishing the servic of Kate Davis, nurse or mia wife, formerly at 123 VVesi Roriana street, can find her any time at 411 W. Gadsdon. Ph-jn-16C4. 663h IF vott SUFFER with aiy foot trouMe- corns, bunions. callouses. Ingrowi-r ral's. ozTn-). tetter. ?'o!'ii or tire feet, call business phore 356 or rtsidenff p ione RS3. - Dr. Sinc-a'r Thorras will Biai-t'" your trouWes dlsirnesr Pons' Bar'jo: Shop. 313 South Palafox street. Wiu Miss Bovie. who, was at one tini' in clrnrT" of a hote'. or summer can--" ot Se-nni-ole. ronrnnifoate wi:h' M'?: Jane Dunham. P. O. Box oou. Pensat-o'.:' Florida. BROTHER Any tobp-ro habit mv 1' easily' worwme v-"h pleasant F-irilf Root. Natur-' sntidote. F'ne for I"- digestion. Glad'v s-nd particulars ire- D. H. Stokes, Mohawk. Ha. 93 PIANC Tt rNTNG W. E. Lazelle, Expert fu-.no Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi anos a Specialty. Ait wor! guaranteed. Phonp 201. "PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. ; Ko matter .what ti e cost or the make'ot your Piano Tuning- is as necessary as h" string's or the kt's. Exami nation free. We guarantee to please. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS. Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791- Used Gars ' For Sale We have the following used cars all in perfect shape. See them: Buick six. 5 pass., 1918 model: 2 Fci, 5-pass.; 1 Max well. You will find these big bargains.. United Auto Sales Co. Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099. ' ECONOMY STORE Teach Your S Cents" Opp. Plaza Park, South Palafox.