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Phone 1500 From 7 s- ts t$ , 7p.c THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED, COLUMNS Phine 38 From 7 p. a. tq AKK RESULT GETTERSREAD DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE la. el - : : i " ; FOR SALE ,v,c SALE Second hand sewing? ma chines, all makes. $8.00 up. Ouaran Reynalds Itaslo House. Phone 113 S LJBERTT DAlKT FEED HAKES MORS. MILK FNSACOI. FEED COMPANY and' ready now. All rtnnts passed lovertimert Inspection. Full count. r-imrt delivery guaranteed. Cabbage JiaM; 11.75 thousand. J. 1 White. Tal- Fla o cat House, fur rooms and hall. Fr7ve bVorks from Jst H'" cr Wt. JTI1 reasonable. Phone 2M or IT!-. nr. r. A. Prink rQR SALE Our services to!Garqen st- haul your trunks and bagagfi to or from the depot at short .-.. Hallmark Transfer Co. r,13. ... r" Pmt VirrnTi OHviwrltcr ln Rood condition. Phone 47, or ; ;l.i. rare virpn wuveifll at u & N City Xicket omce. san Oil. iust received from Italy bvi rr. Marasso. 615 So. Palafox St. J Pfcnr? 207. lm-8219 Km SAIE Ouisr In fine conflltlofi. Piano Shop. 18 E. Garden St. 5051 forx SVLK A high grade standard nvKe sHchtlv used new piano. The Piano Hj. 18-20 E. Garden St. 9084 KOR KALE Combination bookcase nd writing desk. Also one oak sideboard, rjri r retn at 21 West Belmont.' Phone . 9 FOR SALE One Davenport and in Ice Bo. Price very reasonable. Apply ;n West Chase St 920 KOR SALE invalid chair. Address 100 H. Gadsden St. Phone 789. , H28J yon SALE A well established and one pf the best paying meat markets and trrnrerv stores in the city. Also lot f household furniture. An excellent oppor- timf... nf n.,tir wltVi om'iTl lanital An. ply 424 East Government St.. Phone 389. KOR SALE At Warrington. Fla., store and house at reasonable price. Apply a? Mrs. Marv Lanzoni. 414 West Inten !nria St.. Pensacola. Fla. 924 KOR SALK One pair sliding doors. S6xS; one cabinet mantle, one oak china clor F one 316. 925 ynn SALE House, five rooms and hail. . Located on 62 foot front lot by 122 et rtoth. $1,300.00. Apply 1320 Wt arkson St. H3I9 FOR SALE Hupp Road ster. Good tires. A bar gain for cash. Apply Sports man's Supply Store. 34 S. Palafox St. Phone 889., - HONEY" FOR SALE Bv the pound. gallon rr ton. 1 lb. 20c: 1 qt. (3 lbs) 60c; 1 pal. (12 lhs S2.40 containers extra, un less furnished by- purchaser. Pure ex tracted honey is purer and will go twice as far as corn syrup or any other sweets. 1 eallon (12 lbs) or more delivered to im part of city; smaller quantities at resi dence, corner lfith St. and 18th Ave. Phone 2405 M. J. A. Wise, Honey Pro (hirer. 536,1 for SALK Furniture , for six rooms. Very cheap., . Inquire Elliott Cary cot tnee. No. 4 Alston St. between Bar mncns and O street". 1 9388 FOR SALK One kitchen range. "The Jewel." cheap for cash. W. T. Tracy. 7 North D street, near Garden. 9414 FOR SALE Useful and en tertaining books. Tricks and Novelties- Send 2c stamp for catalog". Florida Pub. Co., P. O. Box 1054, Pensacola, Fla. 9372 r)K, SALE -4 car loads of gov ernment horses and mules; Tine stock for work or saddle; :o be sold cheap. Come quick nd select your pick. McMillan stables, 120 West Intendencia. ?k SALE One fine Jersey cow with three weeks old heifer calf. Apply C. i Aalker. Route A, Box TO. near Brent ""on. 9443 1 m-1'3" "W'estlnsrhouse motor, suit awe sewing machine; screen doors and inflows, porch light and 2 coats w!.h mattresses. 323 E. Romana. 9421 ' i i , i .an f? 5.ALE Computing counter scale, fi Sfcery store. In first class condl APP'y M. T?ranto, Reug and Zar rasossa. phone 1312. 9413 FOR SALE Fifteen to Twenty million feet yellow pme timber near Pensacola. Water or rail transportation, ell only in lump sum on estimate. Address Timber, Ure Journal. 14t-9417 You Cannot Get a Home to Rent, But You Can Purchase Any,of the Following and Forever Quit the Rent Habit: 1611 East Gadsden, $3,650; close in, six-room, North Hill furnished house $4,750. 1221 North 15th Avenue; six-rdoms, $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, $1,900. Large six-room, south front cottage, on East HiU car line, lot 120x137 1-2 feet, $2,650. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have PHONE S67 FOR SALE FOR QUICK SALE Small two passen ger automobile. Cheap lor cash. John B. Tiller. Phone 86. 943X FOR SALE At Milton. Fla.. an old es tablished and good paying Delicatessen. Fruit and Grocery Store; also lot of household furniture. . An excellent op portunity for party with small capital. B. L., p. o. Box, Milton. Fla. FOR SALE One office desk, one office chair, one diamond t ring, one bicycle. Will sell at a bargain. 231 E. Intendencia St. Phone 226fi. 9451 FOR SALE-Small iron bed, springs and mattress $12.00; dresser and wash stand $20.00; circulating gas hot water tank $11.00; large roller top desk $12.50. 1523. East Moreno street. 9471 FOR SALE Second nana organ at a bargain. Piano ShoD. 18 and 20 East FOR SALE Five shares American Na tional Bank stock. Make best offer. Address G. P. O. Box 1041. 9487 FOR SALE Plums. 15c per quart. Apply 311 North H street. Phone 1476. 9489 i FOR SALE Model 10 Remington Type- "otcl- 98 FOR SALE Registered Berk shires. Two full bred' gilts, due to farrow in May. Three young boars 4 months oldrSev eral young pigs sired by Epochal Floridian.' A $1,000.00 son of a $50,000.00 sire. Breed and sell only the best- in English and 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 FOR SALE Five . lots corner Oonzaiez and 17th avenue-. North side. Will sell the whole or part. Terms to suit Pur chaser. One double tenement, 423 East Komana. Terms. Phone 1270. , 9509 FORD DELIVERY. FOR SALE New closed panel body, good runine condition. $375.00. Terms. 113 N. Palafov. 9503 KOR SALE New Iron garage complete. Sliding doors. Can be- cheaoly moved to anv part of city. Address, Gara sre. care Journal. 9504 FOR SALE Small schooner for sale chean. Address, "Schooner," care the Journal. . . ... , . - "1: ,.. : . 9508 PIANO TUNING W. E. Lazelle, Expert Fiano Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi anos a Specialty. All work guaranteed. Phon 204. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. No matter what the cost or the make of your Piano. Tuning is as necessary as the strings or the keys. Exami nation free. We guarantee to please. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS, , Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791- ARTESIAN WEL.L5 ARTESIAN WELL3 Will put- la wells 4 to 20 inches diameter, any depth and ruarantee water. Write for full Iniorma tloa. Orav Artesian Well Co.. P. O. Boj 1077 OP Phone 49. 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. hone 1664. 6636 IF TOTJ SUFFER with any foot troubles, corns, bunions, callouses, inrow'"f nails eczema, tetter, swollen or tired fee" 'ca?l busfness phone 356 or residence pnone 8SS. Dr. Sinclair Thomas four troubles disappear. Pons' Baor Shop. 313 South Palafox street. 9008 Houses For Sxla" ELBERT A. CLUBB3, Sales A?enl FOR RENT FOR RENT Our motor trucks by the hour or day on country trips or to the Naval Air Sta tion. &ISn tin rr H finer an A nanlri'n : of furniture, hauling baggage and moving household goods at nouce. King phone 618, Hallmark Transfer Co. Ji-NT"rHoteI Romino. 19 1-2 Went for SKmm ?. rTms- Coolest rooms UtZ-, ummer- 12 shower and tub baths MTnltL pubIIc- Capt. Frank .Wilde. Manager. ?309 FOR RENT Furnished rooms, kltchen ette, upstairs, southern exposure.. Mod- tfrn fnven,ences- 221 Barcelona. fon 1726. - 9820 FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Two ex-ceptionally- well furnished rooms ln fam ily c two: desirable neighborhood: all conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto. Phone 1290. FOR RENT Large, comfortable furnlsh ed room for gentleman only. 900 E. Jackson. 9370 FOR RENT Cory and nwlv furnished two and. three rfom apartments. All modern conveniences. Rent reasonable. Down town location. Apply Phone 2270 for particulars. 9352 LARGE sunny furnished rooms, private entrance: also for light housekeeping with kitchenette, gas. phone, bath. ?, . clean- nuiet place, on car line and walking distance. Reasonable prices, f ine for one or two men or married cou ple. 06 N. Alcania St. FOR RENT Furnished room, southern exposure; rates reasonable. Apply 218 West Chase St. 9401 FOR RENT Furnished front room with place to cook; block east of Army ana Navy club; also garage for rent. 323 K. Komana. , 9422 frOR RENT Two or three furnisher! rooms for light housekeeping.' No chil dren. 730 North Twelfth Ave. Phone 1317. tf FOR RENT Large airy sleeping room. furnished. Eor one or two gentlemen. Close in. Apply 122 West Chase St. tr FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 500 N. Hayne St. 943S FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Down stairs. 107 E. Gregory. 9440 FOR RENT On North Hill, one com fortably furnished room with private bath, suitable for counle or two gentle men. Apply 920 N. Baylen St. Phone 2231. 9307 FOT? RENT One furnished room with bath, gas and hot water. 10 No. Bay- 9439 FOR RENT Light housekeeping apart- roents. One-three room apartment, $25 a month One two room apartment, $15 a month. Apply 218 So. Palafox St. Phone 680. FOR RENT A large sleeping room for two gentlemen or can be arranged for light housekeeping. Hot bath and elec tric lights. 103 West Gregory. 9433 FOR RENT Two bed rooms to two or four gentlemen. Walking distance of shipyard. On Bayshore. Good swimming and fishing. Plenty of fresh air. Aulck Residence, Kessler Station, Bayshore. near Old Mill Inn. - '9430 FOR RENT Furnished apartment. thre.i rooms, bath, electric lights. All mod ern. Three blocks from San Carlos hotel. 18 N. Reua St. Phone SS4. 9428 FOR RENT One furnished room on North Hill. Modern conveniences. 1120 North Palafox. 9472 FOR RENT Rooms for rent with board. Alno table boarders. 231 N. Bavlen Kt. I Phone 370. , 9461 FOR RENT Furnished front room to gentlemen. Close ln and reasonable rent. Apply 121 West Chase St. 9464 FOR RENT Two story resi dence, two bed rooms, sleeping porch, living room, dining room, kitchen, etc! Modern. $75.00 per month. Apply Fisher Rental Agency, Phone 2051. FOR RENT Three or four furnished rooms for light housekeeping; gas, bath and phone. Desirable location. Use of garage. 932 E. Strong. Tel 1795. . FOR RENT An apartment furnished for Inousexeeping. Appiy zi wesi uregory Street. 9484 FOR RENT Small -room." single bed, southern exposure, all modern conven iences. 14 E. LaRua. Phone 55. Mrs. John Wood's residence. 9485 FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room downstairs. 319 N. Guillemarde. . 9486 ROOM Large, double, light- housekeeping or furnished to suit. Home, yard, beach, and close in. Earl S. Hauck, 410 South FJorida Blanca. 9492 FOR RENT One furnished . room on North Hill. Modern conveniences. 1120 North Palafox. Phone 167. 9472 FOR RENT Furnished apartment con sisting of two bedrooms, with baths, sitting room, (or bedroom, if preferred) kitchenette, sleeping porch if desired, lights and water; no children over ' one year. $12.50 per week until November 1. 15 West LaRua street. 9502 FOR RENT Two or three room apart ment suitable for llsrht housekeeping, upstairs. Electric lights, bath, screened. Phone 2319. 910 N. 6th avenue. 94.17 FOR RENT Furnishea front room to gentlemen. House thoroughly screened. Reasonable rent and close in. Apply 121 West Chase St. 9496 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gen tlemen, Rt J23 West Gregory St. Phme 1955. ' 9506 FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all modern conveniences. 34 East Chase St. 85H DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at SOS West Greg ory street. For inf'tf-matlon. phone 171. Children's class Tuesday and Friday POSITIONS WANTED In memory of Col. Fran I Mayes, and In recognition of the oirlt of helpfulness that was hla The Journal will Insert under this classification, free advertisements for those I need of employment. WANTED Saw filer wuvs a position. Can file bands cycle and gauge saws. Eigh teen years experience. E. M. Lerry, Plantersville, Ala. WANTED By June 1, position bv young lady as assistant bookkeeper or office assistant. Can use typewriter and fur nish good references. C. M. C, care Journal. PRACTICAL NURSING Wanted, to do practical nursing; Can give the best of references. Phone 598. 217 W. Gar den St. WANTED Unmarried lady desires po sition as companion in refined Chris tlon home, light work: no laundry or cooking. Will leave city. Address X, care Journal. WANTED Position by young lady man aging a- rooming house or apartment bnlldine. Address Annrtmwit wat Montclam, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. J. Good- ley. . . , POSITION WANTED A No. 1 stenogra pher with all kinds of office experience desires position. Apply B. care Journal. WANTED Position as clerk In store or commissary by mast 38 years of age. Have had four years experience. ' Address M. J. Raynor, Brewton, Ala., route A. PRINTER Wants position; married; can furnish references. Answer ,T. Edward Maples. R. F. D. A., Milton, Fla. WANTED Job as handy man around , house to do Janitor work. Apply A. L. Fleming. 105 E. Intendencia. HELP FEMALE si'KWOUK.U'HEaS WANTED Hftguter with the employment rtepartmencof the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 289 Brent Bldg. No charge. Position wait. ! 4841 WANTED A competent woman to as sist in general housework. 1317 N. Fourteenth street. Tel. 1667. WANTED Good cook wanter at 422 N. Palafox. 9473 WANTED A competent nurse. Apply 1211 E. Gadsden. Mrs. Frank Wells. 9439 WANTED An experienced fitter to take charge of department In Ladies' Ready to Wear Store: excellent position for one who Is capable. Apply with references by letter only to Capable, care Journal. 9490 LOST AND FOUND LOST Jersey WW,-about four years old Dark head and shoulders. White on stomach. Strayed from home at Cordova Park. Finder will please phone 572 for liberal reward. 92S LOST OR STOLEN Lemon and white female bird dog .named "Belle", name on -collar A. C. Test man, Reward for informa tion leading to recovery. B. Testman, 607 S. Palafox. Phone 594. 3t-9500 KOlTr) Two used automobile tires by roaulde one half mile; East of Mag nolia Bluff. Address, "S." care Journal, with description of property. 9501 WANTED WANTED Your furniture and household goods to pack and crate at reasonable price. Hall-mark Transfer Co. Phone 618. WANTED To deliver messages cr pack ages fqp you. Special messenger service Phone number 62. Brent b?d Message or packages called for an5 delivered promptly. 781 WANTED Tour Job irlntin and order lor engraving of all kinds, trailing cards winding invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT -rNG CO.. 24 West Government. B10 WANTET Kewrncr Machines and STRING INSTRUMENTS" to repair. Will put them ln good condition and guarantee the work; thirty years exper ience. Phone t1. I will call. 20 E. Gar den St. J. H. ClakeMey. - 7108 WANTED Phonographs of V all kinds a repaired and new springs put in. The Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St.. phone TAXI SERVIC.Ee WANTED To buv or Tease a farm near -vssN Pensacola. Address Farm, care Jour- gJ CARLOS TAXI EX- 1 CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt WANTED To buy small cash register ul"",u , , . and butchers' meat block. Call at Pub- service. COUrteOUS, CireiUl lid Market, cor. Reus and Government. iroee Phone 786. . - drivers v 4oo WANTED To rent by permanent couple, ga B B , mbbe unfurnished rooms with family where there are no children. Address E. H.. J fKK. care Journal. . . .- , . . 9475 . WANTED To buy small cottage or bun- Teaves City Wharf, Pensa- galow. Part cash, balance monthly v v."3 - , n payments. A. Davis., care Mayes Print- c0la, everv Sunday at V a. m. ?" Co- for The. Cedars, Mary Esth- WANTED Two carloads furniture. Bed ' tir li. T sppings. bedroom. dinina- and kitchen er and Camp WaltOIl. Ke- waoS turns 8:30 p. m- Fare, $2.00. cash. 230 n. Tarragona st. 9462 Leaves every Tuesday, 7 a. WANTED To trade a good 8-horse f- Cixmn Walton and power Marine eneine for a good surrey, m. IOT Vamp V aiLOIl cr will buy. J. T. care 'journal office. ganta ROSa. RctUHlS Wccl- W ANTED TO RENT Small house or nesdaV, 5 p. . - j WfAouror fi?e unfurnished Irtment FRANK H- HENNING for . light housekeeping by family with 1 7GQ 10Pk best of references. P. O. box 2-2. city: Telephones 7b8-1965 , WANTED Small house in good neigh hnrhood Address, E. F., care Journal. bo o ; AMERICAN NATIONAL LEE ELECTRIC CO. bank Contracting and Supplies Of Pensaooia 109 N. Palafox St. CAPITAL STOrK Paid in $500,000 Phone 1674 I HELP MALE BOYS EARN MONEY selling the Pen lacola Journal. daiir end Sunday. Wanted ?00 boys dally and J00 bovs Sundays tw make from 60c to $5 .. day. See C"culatfon Me.uager any morutig 5 OCKCft. WANTED AT ONCE Young man or young lady between 17 and 18 years of age as clerk for delivery depart ment and collector. Good opportunity for good bright person to acquire some knowledge of the business and work themselves up. Address, C. W. B., care box 627, city. . 9505 WANTED A gardener, apply Wm. H. Knowles. 205 Soflth Palafox street. . ' 9498 TRA NSFER STORAGE, BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing, packing, storing. WHEN in need of any transfer work ring up 618. Iallmark Transfer Co. NOTICE TO THE PUB 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. 9167 LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each month. K. of halL J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Da-Is. Recording Secretary. Pretldent. 7807 PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. I. O. O. F Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F., motts every Thursday-it 7:30 p. m. ln Raiford HalL Corner Baylen and Bel mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON, N. G 8. NTCOLAN, tteoordlng Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensacola Council No. 35, Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m.. at K. of P. Hal!. Ill E. Intetndencla St., over McHugh store. . Visiting brothers cor dlaly invited. W. E. KING. -Rec. Sec. S. A. BRITT, Con. LODGE NOTICE. Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 meets every Thursday night at W. O. W Hon. ana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m. H. PAULSEN, Pres. W. II. LANG FOR D. Secy. JUNIOR ORDER. Special meeting Jr. O. U. A. M., No. 35, tonight at 8 o'clock at K. of P. hall. W. E. KING. Rec. Sec. S. A. BRITT. Con. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 42. F. & A. M. Special communication of Pen sacola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M.. Thursdav, May 29, 1919. at 7:30 p. m. Work in F. C. degree. Vis iting brothers fraternaly invited. M. B. SCOTT, W. M. D. R. SAUNDERS, Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE Special conclave of four De Lion Com niandrv No. 1, Knights Templar. Wednes day and Thursday, May 28 and 29, at 7-30 p. m. Work in the order of the R. C. and K. T. degrees. Sojourning members courteously invited. - C. S. BON ACKER, E. C. F. L. MILLER. Recorder. EDUCATIONAL MISS Z. D. ADAMS, Qualified Teacher Dement-Pitmanir. Shorthand. Toucn Typewriting. Individual instruction. Business training. Pupils folding po sitions in Civil Service, and with lead ing business firms of this and other cities. Terms: $6.00 per month in ad vance. Address: Phone 1373 or 411 W. Gregory street. 6570 EDUCATIONAL Miss Mayme Freeman will open summer school at Eliza Jane Wilson school, June 2nd. Phone 132sg3sg ELECTION NOTICE. tNiot,Ce l3 hreby Biven tha Pursuant W ,and the charter of the City of Ef if a' Kfneral c"y election will be held on Monday, the 2nd day of June. A. p.,. 1519. in the several election dis tricts of said city, to elect a commis sioner to succeed the present city com missioner whose term of office expires in June. 1919; and the following polling Places have been named for said election to-wit: ' Election THati-io xr ft ., - . . v.uuier j i caniz and Intendencia streets. .election District No. 13 Court house Annex. . Election Dlsfrlrr mana and Baylen streets. Election district No. 15 Corner Ro mana and DeVilliers streets. Election District No. 26 Gregory street and Tenth avenue. Election District No. 27 Strong street and Ninth avenue. Election District Nb. 2S Gonzalez and Alcaniz streets. Election District No. 29 Gadsden and Hayne streets. Election District No. 30 Palafox and Lloyd streets. ' Election District No. 31 DeVillier and Gadsden streets. Election District No. 32 Garden and 'B" streets. Electior -ict No7 34 Devillier and Wright streets. Also the juiiowing clerks and inspec tors ltav been annnintcil ,n cmvo a said election, to-wit: Election nistrlrt Nn it tt ri clerk; Jno. Klumker. W. A. Blumer, and j no. i . i,ma, inspectors. Election District No. 13 Tom Hannah, clerk; J. M. Stuckey, Pnil Hannah and K. E. Crahbe, inspectors. Klection District TCr n r T. fvi- clerk; Chas. Chandler. Jno. Rupert and 1. W. Surles. inspectors. Election District No. 15 Gus Soder Hnd, clerk; Jas. Farinas, Joe- Bergas and Aine .rayne. inspectors. Election District No. 26 .1. W. Coons, clerk: R Vt T.ittlo w x t n-r.a. i Sim Kelly, inspectors. Election District No. 27 C. J. Herbert, clerk; Cecil Smith, Chas. Stuart and W. W. Brooks, insr-ectors. Election nistW-t Vn ' 9! T 1 nnncrloci clerk; Geo. Gingles. Ed Anderson and Vj. - in. vv uson. lnspe-ctors. Election District No. 29 Sam Rad cliffe. clerk: A. M. LeFrancois, Jack Berrtn and O. E. McReynolds. inspectors. Election v District No. 30 J. H. Cross, clerk; A. L. White. Chas. W. Dickerson, and J. C. Green. Inspectors. man. clerk: Wm. Reynolds. Boykin Jones ana n.ao. bwaine. inspectors. - Election District No. 32 Louie Ander son, clerk: Wm. .T. Yates, rv T TSol: and Geo. Menas, inspectors. Election District No. 34 J. S. Caro. clerk: C. M. Reilly, S. A. Friedman and Celestine Gonzalez, inspectors. F. D. SANDKRS, Attest: Mayor. L. E. HEINBERG. City Clerk. A meeting of the stockholders of the Palafox Shipbuilding Company will b-.i held Friday. June 20. 1919. at 4:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of increasing he capital stock to one hundred thousand dollars, (fl00.000. ADRIAN E. LANOFORD, Secretary. In Escambia County Court of Record, State of Florida In Chancery. Loretta Shade. Complainant, vs. James Frank Shade. Defendant. On Monday, the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1S19. the defendant. James Frank Shade, is required to appear to the bill filed against him herein. This order to be published onee eacl week for eight (8) consecutive weeks In the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished ln said Escambia county. W. P. RICE. Clerk Court of Record. Pensacola. Fla,. April 7th. 1919. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the McGaughy Inspec tion and Shipping Company will be held In the office of Mr. Wilmer Hay ward. In the city of Pensacola. at 11:30 o'clocK a. m., on Friday. May 30, 1919. W. M. M'CLELLAN. Secretary and Treasurer. j , : Notice hereby given to creditors, legatees, distributees and all persons havinc claims or demands aerainst the estate of Gideon Murphy, deceased, to present the same to the undersigned, within two (2) years from the first pub lication of this notice. May 14th. 1919. JOHN CLAY SMITH. oaw8w Administrator. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Board o County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, at a meeting to be held on the 21st day of June. 1919. at 10 o'clock a. m. at the County Courthouse, Escambia County. Florida, will receive sealed bids for the construction .of a steel and concrete bridge across Eleven-mile Creek on the Pensacola and Beulah hard road, in acordance with the plans and specifications on file with the clerk or the Circuit Court of Escambia County. Klorida. Bids must be delivered to the clerk of the Board of County Commis sioners. Escambia County. Florida, at his office in the cit of Pensacola, at cr before the time of said meeting, on the date above named for receiving bids. Such bids to be . enclosed in a . sealed envelope, indorsed ""Proposal for Eleven- Mile Creek Bridge." Bids must be ac companied by a certified check not less than five per cent (5 per cent) of the amount of the bid, checks to be returned to unsuccessful bidders and to success ful bidders when contract and bond are executed. Sucessful bidders will be re quired to "furnish bond ln an amount not less than fifty (50) per cent of the contract price. Bidders must give Indi vidual names and addrefUes of- each member of the -partnership of the firm bidding. Bins from corporation shall be sianed by the proper officer and the address of thra general office of said corporation given. The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. e . - . "J. GEORGE WHITE. Attest: Chairman. JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk.- MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL' MESSENGER SERVICE Day or night called for and del: --red promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent BiIJding 7962 DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST,! Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also Grinding .Knives, Shears, etc Hand Saws. 25c. 223 V. Tntendennia St. f'rn.. Cut saws gummed. 2805 BRANCH'S Boarding Kennels. Dogs con ditioned by expert haniier. 308 West Chase St. Phon6 1211. 9304 Good location for Eclectic Phycian." Address, Box 316, High Springs, Fla. - 1 1 5 i RESOLUTION. I J Resolution providing lor issuance o $90,000 Improvement Bonds subject tc approval of the. voters at the city elec-i tion, June 2nd, 1919. f Whereas. "ie issuance of Improvejme.P t-.w.t- thfl rit. of Pensacola to3 thS UVUUfl V. -.... - ; amount of two hundred and ten thousanr- the voters of said city at the election! Ar.ic J ' nnrsuant to ordi-f nances passed July 8th and July !.ih4 1918. and said bonds having been dul.vs engraved and executed pursuant to the ordinance passed September 9. 1918. num- bered 1 to 210 inclusive, and of the Ue4 nomination of $1,000.00 each. Whereas, The certain bonds of .saw. series numbered 121 to 210 of the aggre-f gate amount of ninety thousand dollars.! ( $90,000.00). were excluded and excepted; from the issuance and sale or the othei., honds of said series numbered 1 to. L. by the resolution providing therefor. adopted ny mis Doara on ueraiiua."'! 1U18: and : S Whereas, Said bonds numbered 121 to? 210 have been duly validated and au- thorized to be issued by Acts of the, Legislature of the State of Florida ap-; proved May 23rd. 1919, now, therefore. Be It Resolved by the Board of Com-; missloners of the City of Pensacola: ' ' 1. That, pursuant to , the aforesaid Acts of the Legislature of the State ol Florida, the bonds therein and herein referred to of the aggregate amount o). $90,000.00 and numbered 121 to 210,t in-, elusive, shall be issued for the several, purposes and amounts hereinafter stated) acordingly as the issuance be approved: by the majoritv of the qualified voters of the City of Pensacola voting on the, proposition, in the regular city election; to be held on Monday. June Wnd. 1919. . 2. That the ballot to-be used -at; the city election Shall have printl thereon the proposition of Issuing said bonds -for; the several purposes and amounts . for . which this board does hereby- determine; said bonds shall be issued, as follows? I I ......For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue,-for- fiftv thousand dollars. ($50,000) for' extending and improving the City's: sewerage and drainage system? 1 J ......Against Bonds. f For Bonds. Shall" bonds Issue ' lot fifteen thousand dollars. ($15,00), for extending and improving the city's water system? Against Bonds. t ; For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue forj ten thousand dollars. r$10.00) for grading, paving Hand curbing or; otherwise improving streets? ... Against Bonds. ,. s For Bonds. Shall bonds issue fnr fifteen thousand dollars, ($15.P00)j for repaving, repairing and other- ; wise improving paved streets? Against Bonds. The voter must, make a cross mark I before the words "For Bonds cr "Against Bonds." accordingly, as he ap- proves- or disapproves of the Issuance of bonds for each of the respective pur- , pose and amounts. The cross mark . made bv the voter In front of the words "For Bonds" shall constitute a vote in favor of the proposition to issue bonds for the purpose and amount specified,, and such cross mark in front of tie; words "Against Bonds" shall constitute, a vote asrainst the proposition to iesuof bonds for the purpose and amounts speci-s fied. If the majority of the votes on anv proposition shall be cast ln favor of "bonds for the amount and purpose specified then the bonds shall be issar-d j as herein provided for such purpose and .. amount: and unless the maiority of the votes cast on ihe proposition shall be in favor of the issuance of bonds for the purposes and amoun-n specified, ho ,, amount pronosed to be issued for such purpose and amount shall not be is sued. , ,. -i 3 That in the event the majority or, votes cast shall be In favor of the is- - : T nAt fn onir on A fir more nuance ui Muii-i 1 - - - , . r of the nurposex -and amounts stated, tne. bonds for sucn purposes ana uhiuuhlb so approved shall be sold and Issued !n ; the mar-er orovided for the issuance and .l. v.nna ths Rrlfa authorized: to be Issued nd eid bv th ordinance passed .Tulv Pth. 1918. entitled: "An ordinance to provide for the is- - f iYin r-itv of PensAcoljv. Florida, under and bv virtue of en Act of the Legislature of the htate or n iotjj.. entitled: 'An Act authorizing the City-tf Pensacola, to issue negotiable bonds ;for . . I . I . 1 mimncaa onr? TirOVilft for thO pavment thereof, approved May lth,? 4 That tbis Resolution shall be pub-. lished in full in each dally newspanerj printed in the City of Pensacola for four, consecutivf days preceding the 2nd day, of June. 1919. Passed: May 27,1919. ' Attest: L. E. HEINBERO. r Citv Clerk. ; I am preparectto negotiate loans on improved farms and city property. Five or Jgn. years on farms, one to ten years on city property. Mpn ey ready when title perfect ed. A. C. Binkley, attorney. 601-2 American National Bank Building. , Used Gars ! For Sale j W e have the following" used cars all in perfect shape. See them: Buick six, 5 pass., 1918 modeE; 2 Fords, 5-pass.; 1 Max well. You will find these - . big bargains. United Auto Sales Co. Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099. Will C. Diffenderfer Jeweler Optician 14 South Palafox Street HARRINGTON MOTOR CO. : 105 N. Palafox St. Distributors for Maxwell and Chalmers Automobiles and Maxwell Trucks. I t i ' f : 4 n . if I Z r f " 4 -