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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1919. phone 1500 From 1 - to THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30)00 PEOPLE Phone 38 Frora 7 -p. a. to FOR SALE ciLB Second hand sowing ma ce". fcAL" IK rt tin vTmran. KVn.W. Ko-o House, Phone LIBERTY DAlKY FILED MORE MILK ffgygACOLA FEED COMPANY cTCO Potato Plants. S20O thoti F0KnP mdy now. All plants passed "ment inspection. Full -count, foverrrment ir. Cabbage lVrS! J.U White. Tal- . ' ti" Mouse. fMir rooms and hall. r. F. A. rrin. FOR bAui"ai otiv.-7 --' haul your trunks and baggage to or from the depot at short, notice. Hallmark Transfer Co. Phone 010. FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive Oil. just received from Italy by G Marasso, 615 So. Palafox St. Pbm 207. lm-8219 Kim A' E Guitar In fine condition. Vian'o Shop. 18 E. Garden St. SCSI FOH s v LE A high grade standard nyrke lightly u-'td new piano. The Piano Mop. 18-30 E. Garden St. 8004 KOR SALE Combination bookcase and writing desk. Also one oak sideboard, can be set-u at 21 West Belmont, Phone 511 . 8189 FOR SALE 4 car loads of gov ernment horses and mules ; line stock for work or saddle; be sold cheap. Come quick tnd select your pick. McMillan Stables. 120 West Intendencia. FOR SALE Fifteen to Twenty million feet yellow pine timber near Pensacola. Water or rail transportation Sell only in lump sum on estimate. Address Timber. Care Journal. 14t-9417 FOR SALE Useful and en tertaining books. Tricks and Novelties' Send 2c sta.ip for catalog1. Florida Pub. Co., P. O. Box 10M. Pensacola, Fla. - 9372 0R SALE At Milton. Fla.. an old es tablished and pood paying Delicatessen. Vruit and Grocery Store; also lot of Doui-etioia rurniture. An excellent op portunity for partv with small capital. B. L, P. O. Box, Milton, Fla. OR SALE One pair sliding: doors, S6xl; one rablnet mantle, one oak china closet. Phone 316. 92'5 '0R SALE invalid chair. Address 1S00 B. Gadsden St. Phone 789. 2si FOR SALE 4 ine office flesk, one office chair, one diamond ring, one bicycle. Will sell at a bargain. 231 E. Intendencia St. Phono 2266. 9451 FOR QUICK SALE Small two passen ger automobile. Cheap for cash. John E. Tiller. Phone 86. 9431 TOR SALE Furniture for six rooms. Very cheao. Inquire mijott Cary cot tose. No. 4 Alston St.. between Bar. rtneas and O streets. 9388 rOR SALE At Warrington, i Fla.. store mi nouae at reasonaoie price. Apply Mrs. Marv-Lanzonl. 414 West lnten- aencla St., Pensacola. Fla. 9246 R SALE Nmu rf,-- , Located on 62 foot front lot by 172 depth. $1,300.00. ., Apply 1S2, West Jackson St. . 9319 i i r i F0R SALE Small Iron bed, springs and mattress $13.00; dresser and wash Rand J'a nft- y . ,-i'k U.00: large roller top desk $12.So. v- East Moreno street. 947J HOXEY FOR SALE By the pound. sauun rr ton. i it. roc: i qt. (3 lbs) 0e 1 (12 lbs) $2.40 containers extra, un tracted honey is "purer and will go twice ar as Com Svrun rr- nv nthai ttwAAtn ? H2 lbs) or more delivered to any part of City: smaller quantities at resi dence, comer 16th St. and ISth Ave. H.hone 2405 M. J. A. Wise. Honey rro-lUCfr- - . 9364 r?2AI'vEA wen established and one iiL. . st Pa'ln meat markets and ta,r,wrM in the cy- Also lot of furniture. An excellent oppor-r,h- i par,v th eman capital. An -1L 4 Ea-St Government St.. Phone 38S. 3 SALE Nine lots, four room house m good condition in West King tract. for $900.00. W. Powell, care Jour- 9320 F fApE Five lots corner Gonzalez 'h. ;,th avenuft North side. Will sell ; J Of part. Terms to suit pur krml ne double tenement. 423 East "tuna. Terms. Phone X?70, 9S0K 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 I 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, $1,900. Large six-room, south front cottage, on East HU1 car line, lot 120x137 1-2 feet, $2,650. - Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Hoxises For QsisT PHONE S67 ELBERT A. CLUBC3, SrJes AfferJ FOR S ALE FOR SALE Five chares American Na tional Bank stock. Make beat offer. Address "O.' P. O. Box 1041. 88? FOR SALE Plums, 15c per quart. Apply .zii North, H street. Phone 1476. 9 FORD DELIVERY. w FOR SALE New iron garage complete. sliding doors. Can be cheaply moved to any part of city. Address, Garage, care journal. sou FOR SALE House, five rooms, bath. Near shipyard. Price 12.000.00. $600.00 cash; balance 25.00 a month. ! Apply to owner. 614' South O street. 9513 FOR SALE One horse, one -cow, one cream separator. Fred Wehmeler. Route A. Box 325. ' . . 9516 FOR. SALE Small schoon er for sale cheap. Address, "Schooner" care The Jour nal. 9508 FOR SALE Early Tri umph sweet potato plants, $2.00 per thousand. Prompt slr.pment. . T. Rhode., Bay Minette, Ala. . FOR SALE 150 H. P. re turn tube boiler in good condition Edward Camp bell, 2200 E. -Mallory St-, Pensacola, Fla. - 9519 FOR SALE House. -six rooms. our ..l-- er . 1 SO nn Wk. TWO lots, 115 West" Intendencia SL Will aell cheap. Reason for selling owner len city on account of heaitn. wr. " Donald, 101 South Florida ianc. ir 1891. x " ON ACCOUNT of sickness. .eU '? niano ror His. - Aoareiw ral. ' " FOR SALE 5 room house; corner J and Oovemment streets aim Cash or terms. A bargain. Owner leav ing town. J. W. foungblood. Station A. FOR SALE First class bicycle tngocd j.. 1 v. ,,,o ahniit six months. thirty dollars. Enquire 217 E. Gregory St. 9511 fOR SALE Motor Boat. 21 feet lonf:. h.tA U eom- cypress. voppcr im.- ,t riePtely equipped. Has two cvl nder 1- H. P. high sneea .nsm cheap. Fine pleasure boat. Will sell t., ' , 1 n.,.i mitbnard engine as J R. Beiwril. Holt. Fla. FOR SALE Bargains. One roadster ... . ")ft. nor9 for R. C It. cars cheap: Ford motor overhaed $W motor and transmlaslpn t8. Otr.wrH: k-utrsSTo SoUstoneO- vnTiTn PTJINTS Porto Rico, $2.00 POTATO .ri" . thouSand. thousand. , o."" " " ' nnectlon Growsr J. u vyhi, 9533 PIANO TUNIN n W. E, Lazelle, . Expert rfwio 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 ot your Piano. Tuning is as necessary as .the string's or the keys. Exami nation free. Wc guarantee to please. . V THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS, Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St, Phone 791 PERSONAL ANYONK-wishing the. service of Kate Davis, nurse or mid wife, formerly at 123 West Romana street, can find her any time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone 1684. - 6636 TAXI SERVICE. SAN k CARLOS TAXI EX CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt Courteous, careiui ; J . 7988 service, drivers FORHENT i-'OK RfiNT-rCur motor trucks by the hour or day on country trips or to the Naval Air St. tion, also do cratine and narkinc 1 luiuHure, nauung baggage and moving household goods at short notice. Ring phone 618, Hallmark Transfer Co. ?on?ln7;2Ste,:omno- 19 Wt lectrte nS?- CTen. TH1 ventnat.yl. fo i'fJ11?. roomm. Coolest rooms Sinil snower and tub baths, by the Air81 FOc Room MnIger.PUb"a Capt- FOR RENT Furnished rooms. kltchn eite, upstairs southern exposure. Mod cI" S?"venlence- 231 N. Barcelona. Phone; 1726. 9320 FOR RENT Furnished rooms. ; Two ex ceptionally weU furnished rooms In fam -iiy ? two: desirable neighborhood; all conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto. Phone 1290. FOR RENT Larre, comfortable furnish- ed room for gentleman only. 900 E. Jackson. - . 70 FOR RENT Cozy and ne-wlv furnished two and . three rfom apartments. All modern conveniences. Rent reasonable, pown town location. Apply Phone 2270 ror particulars. 9353 LARGE sunny furnished rooms, private entranee: also for light housekeeping With kitchenette. oaa A .k Neat, clean, quist place,' on car ilne and zz,'"" uiHiance. iteasonauie prices. Fine for one or two men or married cou ple. 80 N. Alcanls St. FOR RENT-Furnished room, southern exposure; rates reasonable. Apply 318 West Chase St. 9401 FOR RENT On North Hill, one com fortablv furnished room with private bath, suitable for couple or two gentle men. Apply 920 N. Baylrq St. Phone aai. , 9307 FOR RENT One furnished room wit bath, gas and hot water. 10 No. Bav len. - 9439 FOR RENT Light housekeeping apart ments. Oie three,, room apartment, $25 a month ' One two room apartment, $la a month. Apply 218 So. Palafox St, Phone 580. FOR RENT A large sleeping room for v two gentlemen or can ba arranged for light housekeeping. Hot bath andelec tric lights. 103 West Gregory. ' 9433 FOR RENT Two bed room to two or j four gentleman. Walking distance of ehlpyard. 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. rooms, bath, electric lights; All mod ern. Three blocks from Pan Carlos hotel. 18 N. Reua St. Phone S-34. 9428 FOR RENT Rooms for rent with board. Also tble-boarders. 231 N. Baylen St. Phone 370. 9461 FOR RENT Furnished front room to gentlemen. Close in and reasonable rent. Apply I2t West Chase St. 9464 FOR RENT Two story resi dence, two bed rooms, sleeping porch, living room, dining room, Jdtchen, etc. Modern. $75.00 per month. Apply Fisher Rental Agency,-Phone 2051. FOR RENT Three or four furnished rooms for light housekeeping; ea. bath and phone. Deslrabl location. Use of garage. 932 E. Strong. Tel. 1795. 1 FOR RENT An apartment furnished for housekeeping. Apply 214 West Gregory Street. y . 9484 FOR RENT Small room, single bed. southern exposure, all modern conven iences. 14 E. LsRua, Phone 55. Mrs. John Wood's residence. 9485 ROOM Large, double, light housekeeping or furnished to suit. Home, yard, beach, and close in. Earl S. Hauck, 410 South Florida Blanca. 9492 FOR RENT One furnished room on North Hill. Modern conveniences.' 1120 North Palafox. Phone- 1S7. , . . 9472 FOR RENT Furnished apartment con sisting of two . bedrooms, with aths, sitting room, (or bedroom. If preferred) kitchenette, .sleeping porch if desired, lights pnd water; no children over one year. 812.50 per week until November 1. 15 West LaRua street. 9502 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gen tlemen, at 423 West Gregory St. Phone 1955. 5U8 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Mod em conveniences. Close in. S3 West Gregory St. Phone 2316. 9524 FOR RENT All or part of furnished , house, from July to October. . Can be seen any time, 211 West Cervantos. Phone 84. , 4t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. Apply 313 W. Gregory. - " 9514 FOR RE&T Two lorge unfurnished rooms, suitable for Jlght housekeeping. Screened, electric lights and, use of bath. $10.00 per month. 1513 West Garden t. 9526 FOR RENT Two light housekeeping rooms upstairs. Suitable for two girls or couple. v;iean ana vwi :n- 102 N. Alcaniz, 9540 FOR RENT One big room for two gen tlemen. Near shipyard. Electric lights and bath. 1014 W. Garden. 9533 FOR RENT Furnished apartment. -.Modern conveniences. Larg front porch. East Hill, near Bayou.. Phone 257. 953i FOR BENT-rOn North HIU. two furnlsh- CO rounio ing- modem conveniences; also one fur nished room for gentlemen. Phone 167. Apply 1120 N. Palafox St. 9537 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for house keeping. 730 North 12th Ave. Phoe - V- :-. If YOK RENT Two - room, suitable for xekeecing. 435 East Zaragossa - yt. Phone 1219. JJANClTjG ory street. For inftirmatlon. phone 273. Children's class Tuesday - and Friday POSITIONS WANTED In memory off Col. Frank L. Mayes, and In recognition of th spirit of helpfulness tht was his. The Journal will Insert under this classification, free advertisements for those In need of employment. WANTED By June 1. position by 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 nursine Can give the best of references. Phone 698.. 317 W. Gar den St. WANTED Unmarried : lady desires po sition as companion in refined Chela tion home, light work: no laundry or cooking. Will leave ctty. Address X, care- Journal. WANTED Position by young lady man aging a rooming house or apartment building. Address Apartment 93. West Montclam, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. J. Good ie .v. POSITION WANTED A No. 1 stenogra- pner with all kinds 01 office experience desires position. Apply B, care Journal. WANTED Position as clerk In store or commissary by man 38 years of age. Have had four years experience. Address M. J. Raynor, Brewton. Ala., route A. PRINTER Wants position; married; can rurnish references. Answer J. Edward Maples, R. F. D. A., Milton, Fla. WANTED Job as handy man "around house to do lanitor work. Apply A. L. Fleming. 105 E Intendencia, HELP FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register With th. smnlnv-mmn. 1. . .V. . Pan-Amertuan College. Room 174 to j8i Brent Bidg. No charge. PosiUons wait 1S 4841 WANTED Good cook wanter at 422 N. Palafox. 9473 WANTED An experienced fitter to take charge of department In Ladles' Ready to Wear f.tore; excellent position for one who is capabla. Apply with references by letter only to Capable, care Journal. 9490 WANTED A young' girl for general housework and to assist with cooking.' Apply at 110 West Gadsden street. 3t WANTED A colored girl for help. 222 W. Gregory. 7t WANTED Ladies to do plain or hand-sewing at home on children's dresses; whole or part time, materials and instructions supplied FREE; no canvassing. Ad dress National Garment Shop C ffl- ffl Shop, 203 N. Fifth St., Rich mond, Va. , 9534 EDUCATIONAL Miss Ruth Van Pelt will open Grammar school at Clubbs Annex June 2, 1919. Phone 1117.' 9515 EDUCATIONAL Mtss Maypne Freeman will open summer school at Eliza Jane Wilson school. June 2nd. Phone 1329. MISS Z. D. ADAMS, Qualllefd Teacher De-vent Pltmanlc Shorthand. Touch Typewriting. Individual instruction. Business training. Pupils holding po sitions In Civil Service, and with lead ing business frms of this and other cltif. Terms: 36.0U per month Jn advance. Address: Phone i473 or 411 W. Gregory street. ' .6570 WANTED WANTED Your f urniture and household goods to pack and crate at reasonable price. Hall mark Transfer Co. Phone 618. WANTED To deliver messages or pack ages for you. Special messenger service Phone number 6. Brent b?f Message or pa rVag-ss celled for acfl delivered promptly.- V 71 WANTED Your Son Jrtntln and ordert tor engraving of all kinds, galling eards wedding Invitations, etc. MATES PRINT ING CO.. 24 Wt Government. 510 WANTfT i- Biwtn Machines and STRING: INSTRUMENTS repair. Win put thera U food condition and guarantee the works thirty years exner lence. Fhona 791. I will call. 20 E. Gar den St. J. H. Blakley. TIM WANTED Phonographs of all kinds repaired and new springs put m. ihe Piano Shop, 18-20 a Garden St.. Pfc"? 791. - 0g5 WANTED To rent by permanent couple, unfurnished rooms with family whr there are no children. Address E. H-. care Journal. "' WANTED To buy small cottage or bun galow, fart casn. Daiance inuuuuj payments. . A. Davis,, care Mayes Print ing Co. ' WANTED To trade a good 8-horse power Marine engine for a good surrey, cr will buy. J. T. care Journal office. ' -. : - 9456 WANTED .TO RENT Small house or four or five unfumlshnd apartment for light housekeeping bv family with best of references. I O. box 252, city. 9o0 7 WANTED To buy mill1 house In good neighborhood. Addres. K. F-. care Jjr- WANTED Small furnished hotel In good locality. " . 5 V, Vxr . furnish references. Address Mrs. W. 1., Milton. ia. - ' WANTED-Tou to send your cylinder grinaing w v . f-son street.. AD i cylinder, re ground o work. Runyan Company (Machine Shop). Corner Pine and Jer"f ts. ' ' ?5 WANTED Three or four light house lenrS for short time. Children ri ten 0. Fhone 469. HELP MALE Boys EARN MONE t selling the Pen isicola Journal, dalir and Sunday. Wanted 700 boys dally and 100 boys Suidays tw make from 50c to 85 day. Bee CTculation M.uager any moruLng o'efcek. .. - , WANTED A gardener, apply Wm. H. Knowles, 205 South Palafox street. 9498 WANTED AT ONCE Young- man or young lady between 17 and J.8 years of age as clerk for delivery de partment and collector Good opportunity for ood bright person to acquire some knowledge of the business and work themselves up. Ad dress, C. W. B., care box 627, city. - , 9505 WANTED Experienced mill superinten dent or foreman wants position. Fa miliar with export and interior grades ot lumber. Can handle and furnish common and skilled labor. Address R. L. DeWitt, Milton. Fla. Attention Ex-Soldiers, Sail ors and Marines. M Ifouse Carpenters, Electricians- Concrete Workers, Concrete Helpers, Pipe Lay- ers, v-iericai rieip, Jripent ters and Plumbers-, Checkers, Wanted on Government work. Apply to United States Employment Office, Room 103 City Hall at once Pay Government scale. " TRANSFER-s-STCRAGB BINGHAM. TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 834. Haul Ing, packing, storing. x WHEN in need of any transfer work ring up 618, Hallmark 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. At well, Manager. ! 9167 LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OF " - RAILWAY CLERK3 Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular meetings first and third Frl. flay each month. K. of hall. J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Da-.ls, Recording Secretary. Pretident, 7807 PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO.4. I. O. O. F Pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F., me'stts every Thursday it 7:30 p. m. in Raiford Hall, Corner jJaylen and -Belmont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O S. NICOLAN. Keoording Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensacola Council No. 35. Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays. p. m., at K. of P. Hall. Ill E. Intetnaencia St., over McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor dlaly Invited. W. E. KINO. Rec. Sec. S. A. BRITT," Con. LODGE NOTICE. , Carpenters and Joiners Local 815 meets every Thursday night at W. O. W.. Ron.ana nd Baylen streets, at P- m. H. PAULSEN. Pres. W. II. LANGFORD. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Special communication of Es cambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M., Friday. May 30th. at 7:30 p. m. Work In the E. A. degree. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. JNO. G. CARO, W. M. F. D. RICHARDS, Secy. i ' LARK v Leaves City Wharf, Pensa cola, every Sunday at 9 a. m, for The Cedars, Mary Esth er and Camp Walton. Re turns 8:30 p. m- Fare, $2.00. Leaves every Tuesday, 7 a. m. for Camp - Walton and Santa Rosa. Returns Wed nesday, 5 p.m. FRANK H- HENNING Telephones 788-1965 LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP V Notice to Dog Owners., Tf'011. .l3,- hereDy 8iven all owners of togs that they must procure City License on same at oncer. The City Is sending an inspector around Who Will five rnn nnti(. rr. . v. - and if the license Is not procured you ""'"' suujeci 10 pay me license and an additional fine in the Recorder's Court. License are procurable at the office of the City Clerk it the City Hall. I E. HEINBERG. City Clerk In tiJ Court of Record of Escambia 'ounty, Ktate 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 tha 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, - onco a week for four consecutive weeks. This. May Sth, 1313. (Seal) W. P. RICH. Clerk Court of Record, Eswsmbla County. Florida. In Esctmbia County Circuit Court, StaU of Klorlda in Chancery. Josoph . Hsrsehkovit vs. Sarah E. Bonlfay, et al. On Monday, th seventh flay of July, A. D. 1919. the defendant Kalpli Davis, is required to -appear to the bill tiled against him herein. This order to be published once a week for eight eonsecutiver weeks in the Jour nal, a newspaper published in said Es cambia county. JAS. MACGIBBON. (.Seal) Clerk Circiut Court. By M. L. BELL. D. C r Pensacola, Fla.. April 30, 191. MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day or night called "for and deli.. red promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent B'jJ.'ding 7962 DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand Saws, 25c. 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross Cut saws gummed. 2806 BRANCH'S Boarding Kennels. Dogs con ditioned by expert hanller, 308 West Chase St. Phon6 1211. . 930 Good location for Eclectic . Phycian. Address, Box 316, High Springs, Fla. FISH .CLUB If you Join, it will make money for you and keep you - supplied with fish direct from Perdido Bay, Flor ida. For particulars, write Oranse Beach Fish Co., P. O. Box 208, Pensacola, Fla. - 9460 LOST AND JFOUND FOUND Two used automobile tires by roadside one half mile East of Mag nolia Bluff. Address, "8." care Journal, with description of property. 9501 tXlUND One bicycle.. Owner can secure by describing same and paying for this ad. Apply 410 East Chipley St. 9517 LOST Either in Isis theatre or on Pala fox between Garden 'and Cervantes, n Monday afternoon, one string of gold beads. Reward if returned to 17 West Cervantes St. - 95V LOSTNew Ford 5 passenger car, no license tag, front door scarred, extra wind shield, taken from Isis theatre g p. m., Saturday. $25 reward for appre hension of thief. J. W. Youngblood, cor ner Government and J streets. It LOST Wednesday morning, folding pock etbook containing two 3-doHar bills and six 1 -dollar bills, also kodok picture in pocketbook. Lost between 229 West Jarden al 227 North Baylen. Reward for return to 241 W. Government. 3t LOST White Spitz dog. : Collar with name "Taxi". Return to Chas LL Hervey, San Carlos Hotel and receive reward. CARY & CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 . Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best quality materials. Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St. J. P. REMICH & SONS "The Store That Satisfies Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy . " PHONE 722 Just Try a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1568. ' . NAY'S ; READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hats. Also fins Shos Repairing. 82 East Wright. - Phone 441. Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians - Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 Dtrcnl imftM J Resolution providing for issuance ht S90.u'i0 lmnroveraent Bonds subject to approval of the voters at the city elec tion, June zna, iai3. Whereas. 'Pfle issuance or improvement Bonds of the City of Pensacola to the amount of two hundred and ten thousand dollars, ($210,000.00) were approved by the voters of said city at the election held August IS. 1919. pursuant to ordi- nances passed July 8th and July loth, 118. and said bonds having been duly engraved and executed'' pursuant to ordinance passed September , lsis, num bered 1 to 210 inclusive, and of the .dfrV nomination of $1,000.00 each. Whereas, The certain bonds or sam series numbered 121 to 210 of the aggre gate amount of ninety thousand dollars, ($yo,000.00), were excluded and excepted J from the Issuance and sale of the other bonds of said series numbered .1 to 120 by the resolution providing therefor Adopted by this board on December 9th, lyis; and v :yi- ' 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, 119, now, therefore. Be It Resolved by the Board of Com. mlssioners of th City of Pensacola: 1. That, nursuant to the aforesaid Acts of the Legislature of the State of Florida, the bonds therein and nerein referred to of the aggregate amount? of $90,000.00 and numbered 121 to 210, In clusive, shall be Issued for the several Durnoses and amoifhts hereinafter statcl acordingly as the issuance be approved ' by the majority of the qualinea voters of the City of Pensacola voting on flie proposition, in the regular city election to be held on Monday, June tmd, 1919. : 2. That tne ballot to be used at the city election shall have printed 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:;.- - For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue for 1 fifty thousand dollars. ($50,000) for extending and improving the city s sewerage and drainage system? jrjjj .Against Bonds. -. ....For Bonds. Shall bonds issue fifteen thousand dollars, ($15, for oeo thflr for extending and improving city's water system? ....Against Bonds. ....For Bonds. Shall bonds issue ten thousand dollars, r$10.000) ' grading, paving and curbing otherwise Improving streets? ....Against Bonds. for for or ......For Bonds. Shall bonds issue for fifteen thousand dollars, ($15.0001 for repaying, repairing and other wise, improving paved streets? ..... .Against . Bonds. . ' The ' voter must make a cross mafic 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 poses and amounts. The cross mark made t the voter in front of the words "Kor 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 the words "Against Bonds" shall constitute a vote against the proposition to issuo bonds for the purpose and amounts speci fied. If te majority of the votes on any proposition shall be cast In favor of bonds for the amount and purpoe specified then the bonds shall be issued as herein provided for such purpose and amount: and unless the mniorlty of the "votes cast on the proposition shall be in fvor of thf issuance of bonds for the purposes and amounts specified, 'he amount proposed to be Issued for such purpose and amount shall not be is sued. ' , 3. That in the event the majority of votes cast shall be in favor of the is suance of said bonds for any one or more of the purposes end amounts stated, the bonds for such purposes and amount so approved shall be sold and Issued In the maner provided for the issuance and sale of the bonds of the series authorised to be issued and ld bv th. ordinance passed Ju'v 8th. 1918. entitled: "An ordinance to provide for the is suance of bonds of the City of Pensacola. Florida, under and bv virtue of an Act of the TePislature of the State of Florida, entitled: 'An Act authorizing the City of Pensacola. to issue negotiable bonds for municipal purposes ana provide, for t!ie pavment thereof.' approved May 12th, 194? That this Resolution shall be pub llshed in full In each dally newspaper printed In the City of Pensacola for four consecutive days preceding the 2nd day of June. 1919. Passed: May 27. 1019. Attest: ' L. E. HEINBERG. . City Clerk. 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 Bank Building. ARTESIAN WEL.L5 " ARTESIAN WELLS Will put 1ft wells 4 to 20 inches diameter, any depth and guarantee water. Write tor full Informa tion, Qrav Artesian Well Co.. P. O. Boy 1;"77 or Phone 48. Used Cars For Sale We have the following used cars all in perfect t shape. See them: Buick six, 5 pass,, 1918 model: 2 Fcrds, 5-pass. ; 1 Max well. You will find these big bargains. United Auto Sales Co. Garden and Baylen, v Phone 2099. Will C Diffenderfer Jeweler Optician 14 South Palafox Street 'I : i , 1 '