THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1919.
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THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERSREAD DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
Phone 38 j
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f-xivy-Second hand sewing ma.
r3 ;Je awakes. 15.00 up. OuRran
4!l'ne Beynalds Mostc House, .-"
LIBERTY DaTRT FEBD
j S5AC:OtA FEKT) COMPANY
" rT'orrn Potato Plants. S2.00 thoa
rnRT SSy no" All plants Passed
&ev.rnrner.t guaranteed. Cabbage
'-r7? Sai J. I White. Tal-
-"-rrrrlTHoiise. 'r,1JlP rooms and hall.
rTc a t v. Our services to
r haul vour trunks and baggage
or from tne aepor. ax snors
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
7mr SALE fure Virgin Olive
r. ijjn c , i if
i j Ti. l i . I
Oil. just receivea irom .xuuy uy -
rT. Marasso. 615 So. Palafox St.
TO,n5?n7. lm-8219lVrald..l01 South Florida Blanca. Plw;'
Mp ' K Guitar In fine condition.
Ma no Shop. 18 E. Garden St. 051
FOR SALE A high grade standard maHe
slishtlv u-d new piano. The Pan
Shop. 58-20 JE. Gp'-den St. 9004
FOR SALE Combination bookcase and
writin" desk. Also one onVc sideboard,
i-an ho seni at 21 "West Belmont. Phone
m - 9189
FOR SALE 4 car loads of gov
ernment horses and mules;
line stock for work or saddle:
o be sold cheap. Come quick
ir.d 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 Tournal. 14t-9417
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FOR SALE Useful and entertaining-
and Novelties- Send 2c
stamp for catalog". Florida
Pub. Co.. P. O. Box ia4.
Pensacola. Fla- 9372
rOT PALE At Hilton. Fla;. an old es
tablished and srood paying Delicatessen,
r'n-it nnl Grocery Store: also lot of
cn-jsehold furniture. An excellent op-T-r'iRtv
f or part v with small capital.
B. L.. P. O. Box. Milton. Fla.
fm s.KOr,e naif sliding doors. 36x:
"n rat!tet mantle, one oak china clor
Prnne 3!6. 92')5
fon PALE invalid chair. Address H00
K. Gadsden St. Phone 789.
for? oriCK SaAe Small two passen
et automobile. Cheao for cash. Ji-n
S. Tiller. Phone 86. 9431
l"R SALE Furniture for six rooms.
Wry rhea. Inquire Elliott Carv cot
tPc. No. Alston St.. between Bar.
rrras and O streets.- 93S8
fOR SALE At AVarrington. Fla.. store
and hime at reasonable price. Apply
Mrs. Msrv Lanroni. 414 West lnten
inria St.. Pensacola. Fla. ; 9248
Kor sn.K-Hmise. five rooms and hail.
l.orntd on 62 foot front lot by 122
r-er d-uh $1,300.00. Apnly 133 Wsr
arkson Pt. ' 9319
HOM-y FOR SALE By th pound.
!on rr ton. 1 lb. 20c: 1 qt. (3 lbs) 60c;
nl l? lbs) $2.40 containers extra, un-
furnished by purchaser. Pure ix
"Med honey is purer atid will go twice
nr p.s corn syrup or anv other sweets,
i w.Ion (12 lbs) or more dMivered to anv
wrt of city; smaller quantities at resi-
-orner 16th St. and 18th Ave.
Khone 2405 M. J. A. Wise, Honey Pro-er-
'l ,?AI K A well established and one
1 T- bppt paying meat markets an-1
t.ir. v',stor's in the city. Also lot of
i'.Vm! . f,,rn'ture. An excellent oppor
rw Parv "w'th small capital. An
w 1.4 Kat Government St.. Phone 38H.
-AT,Exine lots, four room house
m rood condition in West King tract.
, for 00.00. W. Powell, care Jour-
KR SALE Five lots corner Gonzalez
sni l,th a-enue. North side. Will sell
whole or part. Terms to suit pur-p-'3-t.
One double tenement, 423 East
"na. Terms. Phone 1270. 9509
t K,AT-'E Five shares American Na
ATA,nal Ballh stock. Make best offer,
t"'"' G,' p. o. Box 1041. 467
ALE Plums. IBe per quart. Apply
orth H street. Phone 1476. 9489
SALE House, five rooms. bath.
rsVh 'ar. -"Mr-yard. Price $2,000.00. tfiOO.OU
4'rJ. aIan?e J25.00 a month. Apply to
wr'er, 014 South O street. D513
You Cannot Get a Home to Rent, But You Can Purchase
Any of the Following and Forever Quit the Bent Habit :
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, $1,900. ;
Large six-room, south front cottage, on East HiJl car
Hne, lot 120x137 1-2 feet, $2,650.
"We Always Have Houses For Siiaf
PHONE S67 ELBERT A. CLUBES, Szles AgerJ
FOR RALE One home, ona cow. one
cream separator. Fred Wehmeler.
Route A. . Box 325. 9516
FOR SALE Small schoon
er for sale cheap. Address,
"Schooner" care The Jour
FOR . SALE Early Tri
umph sweet potato plants,
$2.00 per thousand. Prompt
shipment. L- T. Rhodes, Bay
Minette, Ala. V 9522
FOR SALE 150 H. P. re
turn tube boiler in good
condition. Edward Camp
bell, 2200 E. Mallory St-.
Pensacola, Fla. 9519
OR EAJ..K House, Six room,
kia. cr fmn i sn foot hack Two
w - Venncta ' st. win sen
ON ACCOUNT of sickness, will sell $400
piano for J175. Address no . '-
FOR SALE 5 room house, corner 3 and
Government streets ana xnree
Cash or terms. A bargain. Owner leav
ing; town. J. W. ToungDiooa, biu -
FOR SALiE First class bicycle In Rood
condition; been used about six montns.
thirty dollars. Enquire 2" E.- Gren
fOH SAL.E Motor Boat 21 feet ln;
8" beam, built of white oak and
cvpress. Copper fastened. And Is com-
H. P high sneed engln Speed 10 miles.
Fine pleasure wiai. wi.i ,;",,
Would take Eenidp ontv-d engine as
part pay. J. R- Boa well. Holt. FH,.
FOR SALE Barg-ns. On Y
bodv. racey tyne. 5Z; parw -vi ... v;
. j .t...nvarhnul('d. Sift!
5TVdWtriS5:v5 Other work
knutrsnhoo:To SouyBrurstr; Phone S00.
POTATO PT.ANTS-Portn ;0
thousand. 5."00 or over $t. 'Iu"l1"S'
Hlarts "nassed government Inspection.
Send us ur order and recede vigorous
nisnts and r.rot servo. Select wiani
Grower. J. White-. Tallahassee. FK
FOR SAT,ET 5-100 acres abeen
Olive snd OaVfield I on I & - ;
Pr'ce jssn.oo rart. Address J. w. -r"
ell, Monticello. Indiana. .
FOR SALE One tent ' 12x14
chairs- 1 cace stove. w ui
cheap. Phone 188'- ;
FOP PI.FCP-trr white
Oak field, care v . j ;
FO SAT,EA splendid treated rap.
soen at Roberson Stables on B. ..
St.. or pnone y. -
RAL.E Bv owner. 7-room dwelling
FOH KAbii Price very rea-
. . iS'w m St. APpiy "?
ki -imh Ave., or phone 1U0J- .
,At,E Otkland HT,aiOUtJn tires
For quick sale, $22j casn. A 955g
condition. 5 H. P. rurcn.ap. Phone
Two runabo.. Onch hui 'Supply Co..
6K0, Pensacola Gas n.nis" 9557
713 Soutn -
( ttl DWi
" .t tt. i"-lst mill, consists of two
h'OR SALE Grist mi". nrass.
8Cts of rocka with co-n
and saw attached all r -ftble for cot.
er and su ,,r water will oe-
ton and corn. " For
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano
Tuner and Bepairer. Player Pi-
- RrWialtv. All work
guaranteed. Phona 204.
PIANO TUNING AND
No matter what the cost
or the make ot your 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
FOR RENT Cur motor trucks
w the hour or day on country
trips or to the Naval Air Sta
tion, also do crating and packing
of furniture, hauling baggage
and moving household-goods at
short notice. Ring phone 618,
Hallmark Transfer Co.
?o-nlnat7S?telrRorB!lno -M 1"S w
electric JLEV?t-l5,an -Tn entflatud.
for m,if ht6? r?m Coolest ; rooms
aZJiZ mmer- !2 shower and tub baths,
hi fl room" transient, eoc up. Ttoomi
naiWkK,.,2-6 pC0?en Vo the
public. capt. Frank, wyde.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, kitchen
ette, upstairs, southern exposure. jxca
ern conveniences. 221 N. Barcelona.
Phong 1728. bjjo
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Two
ceptionally well furnished rooms In fam--jv
r-t two: desirable neighborhood; all
conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto. Phone 1290.
FOR REPfT LarRe. comfortable ' furnish.
ed room for Rentleman only. . 900 B.
FOR RENT Cosy and ntwlv furnished
two and . three rrom apartments. All
moarn conveniences. Rent reasonable,
pown town location. Applv Phone 2270
for particulars.. 9S52
IARGK sunny furnished rooms, private
entrance; also for light housekeeping
with kitchenette, phone, bath.
... clean, quiet place, on car line and
walking distance. Reasonable prices.
.ne fPr. one or two me" or married cou
ple. 806 N. Alcanis St.
FOR RENT Furnished room, southern
exposure: rates reasonable. Apply 216
West Chase St. 9401
FOR RENT On North Hill, one com
fortably furnished room with private
bath, suitable for couple or two gentle
men. Apply 920 N. Bavlen St. Phone
FOR RENT One furnished room with
DatQ. gas said hot water. 10 No. Bay
?n. - 9439
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 Furnished apartment, thre
rooms, bath, electric lights. All mod
ern. Three blocks from San Carlos hotel.
18 N. Reua St. Phone S54. - 9428
FOR RENT Rooms for rent with board.
Also table boarders. 231 N. Baylen St.
Phone 370. 9461
FOR RENT Furnished front room to
gentlemen. Close in and reasonable
rent. Apply 121 West Chase St. 9464
FOR JRENT 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,
hath and phone. Desirable; location.
Use of garage. 932 E. Strong. Tel.
1795. . "": '.
i i.n wi
FOR RENT An apartment furnished for
housekeeping. Apply 214 West Gregory
FOR RENT Small room, single bed.
southern exposure, all modern conven
iences. 14 E. LRua. Phone 55. Mrs.
John Wood's residence. 94S5
ROOM Large, double, light
housekeeping orfurnished 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- 167. 9472
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen, at 423 West Gregory St. Phone
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Mod
ern conveniences. Close In. 32 East
Gregory St.' Phone 2316. 952
FOR RENT All or part of f urnishe-d
house, from July to October. Can be
seen any time. 211 West Cervantos.
Phone 64. 4t
FOR RENT Two jjnfurnished rooms.
Apply 313 W. Gregory. 9514
FOR RENT Two lorge unfurnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping.
Screened, electric lights and use of bath.
$10.00 per month. 1512 West Garden t.
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms upstairs. Suitable for two girls
or couple. Clean . and quiet. Close in.
102 N. Alcanis. 9540
FOR RENT One big room for two gen;
tlemen. Near shipyard. Electric lights
and bath. 1014 W. Garden. x 953:1
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Mod
ern conveniences. Lare front porch.
East Hill, near Bayou. Phone 257. 9534
FOR RENT Two rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping. 435 East Zaragosaa
St. Phone 1219. -
NICELY furnished light housekeeping
room, scraiicu. J -
. i rn kiip 1 n. o children.
802 E. Moreno St. Phone 2403 M. 95o
FOR RENT Three furnished apartments
. Kiectrtclty. gas and hot water.
Rear U A N. Depot. Phone 1700. 9561
FOR RENT Two or three room apart
ment sUltaDie. ior mi
upstairs Electric lights, bath, screened.
Phone 2319 910 N. th Ave. 9497
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt
service. Courteous, careful
DANCING TAUGHT, at 20 West Greg
ory street. For innvmatlon. phone 27a.
Children's class Toeeday and Friday
1 POSITIONS WANTED
In marnarv of Col. ..
Mayes, and In recognition of the
pint of helpfulness that was his.
The Journal will Insert under this
classification, free advertisements
for those In need of employment.
WANTED By June 1. position by young
lady as assistant bookkeeper or office
assistant. Can use typewriter and fnr-
yilsh pood references. C, M. C. care
PRACTICAL. NURSING Wanted, to do
nra.etical nnralnc Cn vlv. . . -.-
of references. Phone 59S. 217 w, Gar-
WANTED Unmarried lady desires po
sition as companion In refined Chris
tion home, light work: no laundry or
cooking. Will leave city. , Address X
WANTED Position by young lady man
aping a rooming house or apartment
DUildinar. - AAArm A ra rtmDt a -nr .
Montelam. Detroit, Mich. - Mrs. J.' Good-
POSITION WANTED A No. 1 stenogra-
Cher witH nil Vlnrl rt tffna.
desires position. Apply ik. care Journal!
WANTED Position as cleric in store or
Have had four years experience. Address
J. taynor, 5rewton. Ala., route A.
WANTED Position by young man, age
18. Willing to work. Must have work
at once. Address R. W. V.. 411 Guille
marde St. , 7t
WANTED Joh as handy man iround
house to do janitor work. Apply A.
Fleming. 103 E. Intendencia.
WANTED Experienced mill superinten
dent or foreman wants position. Fa
miliar with export and interior grades i f
lumber. Can handle and furnish common
and skilled labor. Address R. L.. DeWitt,
WANTED Position by a party who Is a
little hard of hearing; have some ex
perience as cook. Can do all kinds of
baking. Am not a fancy cook. but a
plain, clean and neat cook. Address H.
care Journal. ft
YOUNG married man. who has been work
ing for the government in a clerical
position, wishes to move to Pensacola.
Would: be glad to secure position as
shipping clerk, storekeeper, or automobile
accessories trade. Address J. E. Sum-'
merlyn, 57 Cherry St.. Asheville, N. C.
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment deoartment of the
Pan-Amertuan College. Rooms 274 to 289
Brent Bids. No charge. Positions wait
In " 4841
WANTED Good cook wanter at 422 N.
v Palafox. 9473
WANTED An experienced fitter to take
charge of department In Ladles' Ready
to Wear fctore: excellent position for one
who is capable. Apply with references
by letter only to Capable, caro JournaL
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
WANTED Ladies to do
plain or hand-sewing at
home on children's dresses;
whole or part time, materials
and instructions supplie 1
FREE ; no canvassing. A i
dress National Garment
Shop C ffl ffl
Shop, 203 N. Fifth St.,' Rich
mond, Va. 9534
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
sges for you. Spec!? messenger service
Phone nirrriher 62. Brent b?dv Message
or psckages called for and delivered
WANTED Tour Job Jrlntlnr nd order!
for engraving of all kinds, falling cards
wedding Invitations, etc. MATES PRINT
ING CO.. 24 Wes,t Government. B10
WANTEP iteirtnr Machines and
STRING INSTRUMENTS to repair.
Will put them in good condition and
guarantee the work: thlrtr yeere" exper
ience. Phone 791. T will call. 20 S. Oar
Ben St. J. H. Blateley. T108
WANTED Phonographs of all kinds
repaired and new springs put in. The
Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phone
791. - , 806
WANTED To rent by permanent couple.
unrurnished rooms witn mimiy whc
therj are no children. Address E. H..
care Journal. 8475
WANTED To br.y small cottage or bun
galow Part cash, balance monthly
payments. A. Davis,, care Mayes Print
WANTED TO RENT Small house or
tour or five unfurnished apartment
for light housekeeping b Tamiiv with
best of references. P O. box 252. cltv.
"i ' S507
WANTED You to send ; your cylinder
grinding to Runyan Co., Pine and Jef
ferson streets. All cylinders rerround on
Heald Grinders. Guaranteed first class
work Runyan Company (Machine Shop),
Corner Pine and Jefferson Sts. P. O. Box
236 Phone 420. Pensacola.. Fla, 952S
WANTED Three or four light houBe-
Jg rolms for short time. Children
Phone 469. .. .. 9623
ANYnNK wishing the service
of Kate Davia, nurse or mid.
wife, formerly at 123 West
Romana street, can find her any
time at 411 W. Gadsden. Phone
1654. ' 5638
BOYS ARN MONK? Mllixur tl& Pi
Wanted 700 boys daily end 200 boys
nuuaaya tv make from 60c to 75 -, day.
Bee Circulation M-enagtr any niomliig a
WANTED A gardener,
apply Wm. H. Knowles,
205 South Palafox street.
. , 9498
WANTED AT ONCE
Young man or young lady
between 17 and 18 years of
age as clerk for delivery de
partment and collector- Good
opportunity for good bright
person to acquire some
knowledge of the business
and work themselves up. Ad
dress, C. W. : B., care box 627,
Attention Ex-Soldiers, Sail
ors and Marines.
House carpenters, Con
crete Workers, Concrete
Helpers, Pipe Layers, Cleri
cal Help, Checkers,; Wanted
on Government work- Ap
ply to United States Em
ployment Office, Room 103
.City Hall at once. Pay Gov
ernment scale. V -
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
;ng, packing, storing.
WHEN in need of any transfer
work' ring up 618. Hallmark
NOTICE TO THE PUB
LIC When in need of
any kindK6f 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.
Pensacola Lodqe 311.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of P. hall.
J. N. Smith.- Vm. P. Darts,
Recording Secretary. Pretldent.
PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. 1. O. O. F
pensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F.,
metts every Thursday it 7:S0 p. m. in
Ralford Hall, Corner Baylen and Bel
mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited.
7 M. W. PETERSON, N. G
-S. NICOLAN. Kecording Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
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. Ifttetndencia St., over
McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor
W. E. KING. Rec. Sec
S. A. BRITT, Con. .
Carpenter and Joiners Local 815 meets
every Thursday night at W. O. W
Roaana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m.
H. PAULSEN. Pres.
W. II. LANGFOFO. Secy.
Miss Ruth Van Pelt will
open Grammar school at
Clubbs Annex June 2, 1919.
Phone 1117. 951S
EDUCATIONAL Miss Mayme Freeman
will open summer school at Eliza Jane
Wilson school, June 2nd. Phone 1329.
MISS Z. D. ADAMS, Qualiiefd Teacher
Decent Pitmanic Shorthand. Touch
Typewriting. Individual Instruction.
Business training. Pupils holding po
sitions in Civil Service, and with lead
ing business frms of this and other citiis.
Terms: J6.00 per month Jn advance.
Address: Phone ia73 or 411 W. Gregory
Miss Lilla McKinley. will
open her summer school
Tune 2nd, 1919. at 622 7th
Ave. Particular attention
will be given in studies where
pupils have failed during- the
winter. ; 9543
Elebash Jewelry Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to -Peter
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
BPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day
or night called for and del., -rad
promptly. Phone Na 62. Brent xtuilding
. ' - 786a
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Ban s, 25c 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross
Cut caws gummed. 280
BRANCH'S Boarding Kennels.' Dogs con
ditioned by expert nan Her. 308 West
Chase St. Phonc 1211. 304
Good location for Eclectic
Phycian. .Address, Box
316, High Springs Fla.
FISH CLUB If you loin, it will make
money for you and keep you supplied
with fish direct from Perdldo Bay, Flor
ida. For particulars, write Orange Beach
Fish Co., P. O. Box 208, Pensacola, v ia.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Two used automobile ' tires by
roadside one half mile East of Mag
nolia Bluff. Address, "S." care Journal,
with description of property. 9501
FOUND One bicycle. Owner can Secure
by describing same and paying for this
ad. Apply 410 East Chlpley 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 IT West
Cervantes St. 95',&
LOST New Ford 5 passenger car, no
license tag. front door scarred, extra
wind shield. - taken from Isis theatre 8
p. m., Saturday. 25 reward for appre
hension of thief. J. W. Youngbiood, cor
ner Government and J streets. It
LOST Wednesday morning, folding pock
etbook containing two 2-dollar bills and
six 1-dollar bills, also kodok picture In
pocketbook. Lost between 229 West
Garden al 227 North Baylen. Reward
for return to 241 W. Government. 3t
LOST Thursday afternoon on East Hill
nna .m.ll Kid fr nursA rnntainlnar
money and keys. Return to this... off W.
In the Circuit Court of Escambia County,
Florida In Chancery.
Joseph Hersohkovitz vs. Sarah E. : Bonl
fay, et al.
It is ordered that the following namea
defendants In the above cause, to-wlt:
All parties claiming interests in the ret
estate described as the north 30 feet ot
lot 175 and the north 30 feet of tho east
44 1-2 feet of lot 176 In block 26 of the
Old City of Pensacola, in the County ot
Cscambia, State of Florida, having a
frontage on the west side of Palafox street
of 30 feet between Romana and Inten
dencia streets, under the following tc
ceased persons, to-wlt. Maria Jardela
and Eugenlo J. Bonifay, also known as
hlugenia J. Bonifay, or otherwise, are re
quired to appear on Monday, the "7th dav
of July, A. D. 1919, to the bill of com
plaint filed herein. - j-
This order to be published once each
week for twelve (12) weeks In the Jour
nal, a newspaper published in the city of
Pensacola in said County of Escambia.
lJone and ordered this 4th day of
April. A. D. 1919.
(Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Escamblu
County, Florida.. " ,
By M. L. BELL, D. C.
E. D. Beggs. Sol. for Complainant.
In Escambia County Court of Record
' State of Florida In Chancery.
Pensacola Vessel Construction Corpor
ation, Complainant, vs. Fairbanks Morse
& Company, a corporation, American
National Bank of Pensacola. Florida, a
corporation, and the Louisville & Nash
ville Railroad Company, a corporation,
On Monday, the 30th day 'of June, A. T.
1919, the defendant, Fairbanks Morse &
Company, a corporation, is required to
apoear to the bill filed against it herein.
TMs orflr to be published once each
week for four (4) consecutive weeks in
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia County.
W. P. RICE.
Clerk Court of Record.
Pensacola. Fla. May 22. 1919.
Th Escambia County Court of Record,...
State of Florida.
May Clarie Whiddon vs. EH Ballard
. It appearing by the sworn bill of com
plaint, that the residence of the defend
ant is to the complainant unknown, and
that there is no person in the state the
prvlce of a subpoena upon whom would
bind the said defendant.
it Is, therefore, ordered that the de
fendant appear to the bill of complaint
on Mondav, August 4th. 1919.
This order to be published In the Pen
sacola Journal once a week for eight
This May 23, A. D. 1919.
W. P. RICE.
Clerk of the Court of Record of Escambia
County, Florida. v
Leaves City Wharf, Pensa
cola, every Sunday at 9 a. m.
for The Cedars, Mary Esth
er and Camp Walton. Re
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Resolution providing for issuance t ot
$30,000 Improvement Bonds subject ? to
approval ot the voters at the city elec
tion, June 2n'i, 1319.
Whereas, The Issuance of Improvement
Bonds of Ue City of Pensacola to the
amount of Co hundred and ten thousajvd
dollars, (J210.000.00) were approved y
the voters of said city at tne electron
held August lfi, 1919. pursuant to ordi
nances passed July 8th and July loth,
l'.HS. and said bonds having been duly
engraved and executed pursuant to the
ordinance passed September v, it, num
bered 1 to 210 inclusive, and of the de
nomination of 1,000.00 each.
whereas. The certain Donas oi sam
series numbered 121 to 210 of the aggre
gate amount of ninety thousand, dollars,
?yo,00O.00), were excluded and excepted
from the issuance and sale of the other
bonds of said series numbered 1 to 12U
by the resolution providing therefor
adopted by this board on December th,
1U18; and ' 1
Whereas, Said bonds numbered 121 'to
210 have been d-y 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
missioners of th City of Pensacola:
1. Thaft pursuant to the aforesaid
Acts of the Legislature of the State ef
Florida, the bonds therein and herein
referred to of the aggregate amount of
J90.000.00 i-.d numbered 121 to 210, Inclusive-,
shall be issued for the several
purposes and amounts hereinafter stated
acordingly as the Issuance be apprcved.
by the majority ofthe qualified voters
of the City of Pensacola voting on the
proposition, in the regular city election
to be held on Monday, June nd, 1919.
2. That the 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 Xor
fifty thoasand dollars. (J50.000) for
extending and improving the city's
sewerage and" drainage system TV
......Against Bonds. "I"
For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue for
fifteen thousand dollars. (J15.000)
for extending and improving the?
city's water system?
......Against Bonds. : . "
For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue for
ten thousand dollars. CJ10.000) for
grading, paving a-nd, curbing or
otherwise Improving streets?
......For Bonds. Shall bonds Issue for
fifteen thousand dollars, (J16.000)
for repaving, repairing and other
wise improving paved streets?
Against Bonds. ,
The voter must make a cross mark:
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 the voter in front of the words
"For Bonds" shall constitute a vote In
favor of the proposition to Issue bonds
for the purpose arud amount specified,
and such cross mark In front of the
words "Against Bonds" shall constitute
a vote against the proposition to issue
bonds for the purpose and amounts speci
fied. If the majority of th votes on
any proposition shall be cast in favor
of "bonds for the amount and purpose
specified then the bonds shall be lssd
as herein provided for such purpose and
amount: and Unless the majority of the
votes cast on Jhe proposition - shall be
in ' f.vor of the issuance of bonds 4for
the purposes and amounts specified, the
amount proposed to be issued for sarh
purpose and amount shall not be . Is
sued. - , ' - '
3. That in the event the majority of
votes cast shall be in favor of the -fe-fuance
of said bonds for any one or more
of the purposes and amounts stated, the
bonds for such purposes and amounts
so approved shall be sold and issued !n
the maner provided for the Issuance &1
sale .of the bonds of the series authorized
to be issued end !old bv th ordinance
passed Julv 8th. 1918. entitled:
"An ordinance to provide for the is
suance of bonds of the City of Pensacola.
F'orlda. under and by virtue of en Art
of the Legislature of the State of Florida,
entitled: 'An Act authorizing the City K
Pensacola. to. issue negotiable bonds for
municipal purposes ana provide for tfce
payment thereof," approved May 12th,
4. - That this Resolution shall be pub
lished in full In each - dally newspaper
printed in the City of Pensacola for Xopr
consecutive days preceding the 2nd day
Of June. 1919. i
Passed: May 27, 1919.
Attest; t '
li. E. HEINBERG. f
I am prepared to negotiate
loans on improved farms and"
city property. Five or tejn
years on farms, one to teh
years on city property. Mon
ey ready when title perfect
ed! A. C. Binkley, attorney,
601-2 American National..
Bank Building. - - :
ARTESIAN WELLS Will put IA wells
4 to 20 Inches diameter, any depth and
guarantee water. Write for full lniorm
tlon. Orav Artesian Well Co., P. Or Bej
107T or Phone 4. X
We have the following
used cars all in perfect
shape. See them: Buick
six. 5 pass.. 1918 model; !
2 Fords, 5-pass. ; 1 Max-
well. Ycu will find these
big bargains. j
United Auto Sales Co.
Garden and Baylen, j
Phone 2099. !
Will C. Diffenderfer
14 South Palafox Street
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