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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1919. THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE Phone 1500 From 7 b. n. to 7 p.o. Phone 38 From 7 p. 2. td 1 Urn El FOR SALE FOn S ALR Second hand sewing ma chine!, all makes. $5.00 up. Quaran tei. Keynalds Kusic House. Phone 1717. 1135 LIBERTY DAIRY FXET MAKES MORE MILK F1S:SACOLA FEED COMPAN1 w SAT.E Hons, four tooths and hU. rtve blocks from East Hill car line. Price reasonable. Phone 289 or 171. Or. F. A. Brink. 8M5 FOR SALE Our services to haul your trunks and baggage to or from the depot at short notice. Hallmark Transfer Co. Phone 618. FOR SALE One Hudson Super-Six, $900.00; One Overland 5-passenger, $400; One Studebaker roadster, a bargain $250.00. Pensacola Buick Co., Phone 645. 9599 KOR SALE Grist mill, consists of two sets of rocks, with cotton gin and press, and saw attached, all run by water pow er and iO acres of land suitable for cot ton and corn. Only large water mill oe tween Mobile and Montgomery. For ln formatkn see Charlie Olsen. 2044 Sout Ptlafox St., Fisher Bldg. FOR SALE Pure Virgin Olive Oil, just received from Italy by C.Marasso. 615 So. Palafox St. Phone 207. lm-8219 FOR QUICK SALE-r-Small two passen ger automobile. Cheap for cash. Jrhn B. Tiller. Phone 88. 9431 FOR SALE At Warrington, Fla., store and house at reasonable price. Apply Ht Mrs. Marv Lanzonl. 414 West lnten d'ncia ft., Pensacola. Fla. 924 yiH SALE Mouse, five rooms and hall. l.ooatfd on 62 foot front lot bv 128 fet depth. 11.300.00. Apoly 133k West Jackson St. 93t9 rOR HALE House, six rooms, four sta bles. 6 foot front. 180 foot back. Two l?r 115 West IntendencU St. Will sell fheap. Reason for selling owner leaving ctty on account Of health. W. F. Me- vv-ald. 101 South Florida B'.anca. Plion 1H31. . 52t POTATO PLANTS Porto Rico. 820" thousaid. .'.000 or over $1.75 thousand. I'lants passed government Inspection. Sf-nfl us your order and receive vigorous plants aid prompt service. Select Pla.at Grower, J. L. White, Tallahassee, Fl-a. 9533 FOR SALE A splendid two-seated trap. with all leather, cushions. Also set single harness, at a bargain. ' ' Can be n at lioberson'a Stables, on E. Garden t.. or phone E. . Reese, 1761. 9551 FOR SALE By owner, 7-room dwelling Modern conveniences. Price very rea sonable. 506 N. Hayne St. Apply 12) N. 15th Ave., or phone 1009. 947'J FOR SALE Two story house, southwest corner of R.t'es snd Gadsden streets. Lot 77V4 by 150. On car lino. Cheap for cash. Or easy terms. Address Ownr. care Journal. 9553 Tomato plants all varieties $1.50 per thousand, ex press. By Parcel Post pre paid, $2.00 per hundred 40 cents- Coden Nurseries. Co den, Ala. 9572 FOR SALE A one-ton truck in good condition. Can be seen at 117 North Pa'afox street. Porter'8 Bazaar. ToR SALE One worm drive one ton Ford truck. For sale, or will exchange tor tout ing car. First class shape. Stearns Lumber & Export Co.. Phone 113. " 9633 FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness, for $90.00. T. L. Briggs, East Pensacola Heights , - 96"ll KOR SALE Rufus Red Belgians for sale. I'edigrted stock, young and old pairs. Trios or extra five bucks. Very- cheap lor the quality. Apply 818 N. 12th Ave. 9625 FOR SALE Second hand piano In good condition. Cheap for cash. 208 N. 9th Ave. 962 'OR SALE One bicycle at a bargain. Apply '31 E. Intendencia St., or phone 22H6. 9613 FOR SALE-Guitar. in fine condition. Piano Shop, IS E. Garden St. 9051 Vor SALE A high grade standard make, slightly used new piano. The Piano Slop, 18-20 E. Garden St. tW54 FOR SA EE One twin Indian motor cycle. Good running condition. Can ba seen at 181 E. DeSoto St., after S p. m. 9638 FOR SALE Five shares American Na tional Bank stock. Make best offer. Address "G," P. O. Box 1041. 9467 FOR SALE One furnished house, three Mocks I'rom San Carlos, In good neigh borhood. Phone 208. 9704 YOU HAD BETTER BUY A HOME NOW We have just had listed with us, for quick sale, a seven-room cottage, East Gadsden street, near 7th avenue, that can be sold to reliable party, $500 cash and about $15.00 per month. We also have an easy rent-like term seller at 708 East Cervantes street. We have some good building lots between the car line and Bayview Park for as low as $150.00 each. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Hare Houses For Sola" PHC NE S67 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Ageri FOR SALE FOR SALE Sewing machine, drop head. with attachments. 185 West Govern ment. 96i3 FOR SALE Closing out by the 16th, all furniture, machines, clocks, gas, oil and wood stoves, Ice boxes, mattresses, wardyrobes, beds at one half. Value. U. B. "Wilson. 230 N. Tarragonna St. 9705 FOR SALE One Oldsmo- bile Special. All equip ment, special Bosh dual igni tion. Rayfield carburetor.. New Honk wire wheels 35x5 cord tires and tubes. All just put on. Also extra wheel and 35x5 Goodyear tire and tube never run Will sell cheap for cash S. S. Stew art, 101 N. Spring St., Phone 1829. 9644 PORTO RICO POTATO PLANTS A safe crop if planted by July, 15th. $1.50 per 1,000. 10,000 for $12.50. Prompt shipment Good plants. John Aladridge, Tallahassee- Fla. , 9650 FOR SALE Eat honey. .Most delicious and health ful sweet. Pint, 30c ; qt., 60c ; gal-, $2.40. Delivered to anv part of city. Phone 2405-M F. A. Wise, corner 16th street and 18th. 9622 FOR SALE, INSURANCE Three Fords were Stol en last week ; yours may be the next; we can insure your Forcf against theft for $4.00; better investigate. H. E. Root, 29 W. Garden, Phone 220. 9645 FOR SALE 12 heifers, age one to three years. Apply C, C.-Wcimcr, West Pensacola- Mill view hard road- FOR SALE Oak dining room suite, leather covered box set ; one sewing machine, two elegant box spring beds; one parlor suite- Original cost $150. Will take $25 and other numerous articles. Ap uly after 9 a. m. 1216 E. Avery. Everything must be sold by Tuesday. 9703 FOR SALE One trammel net and skiff. one small skiff and one cabin launch 22 feet with wolverine engine S H. P. Mut se'l. Am going away. Inmiire at L. & N. bridge, Bayou Texar Sunday morning be tween 10 and 12 a. m. 9721 TOR SALE One Republic Cord Tire, 30ry;. run about 40 miles, 815.50. Owner wants larger tire. T. C. J., Cud ahy Packing Co. 972 FOR SALE 80 acres land in section near where oil wells being bored. Good land, and no lease on it. AH lands ad lacent. leased for oil. Box 35, Chipiev. Florida. 9725 FOR SALE One horse, wagon and bug gy for sale. M. R. Simmons, 24 South Spring St. 9726 DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at 206 West Greg ory street. For lnfirmatlon. phone 278. Children's class Toesdar and Friday LARK Leaves Cit'- 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. lor ump waiton ana Santa Rosa. Returns Wed nesday, 5 p. m. FRANK H- HENNING Telephones 788-1965 21 Yom Ci Got LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each month. K. of hall. J. N. Smith, AVm. P. Ea"!s. Recording Secretary. Pretldent. 7807 PENSCAOLA LODGE. JTO.i I. O. O. F Pensacola Lodge No 4 1. O. O. F.. meetts every Thursday it 7:80 p. m. In Ralford Hall, Corner . Baylen and Bel mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O S. NICOLAN. Keoording Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS PensacoJa Council No. 35, Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m.. at K. of P. Hal', 111 E. Intetndencla St., over McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor dlaly invited. "W. E. KING. Rec. Sec. S. A.' BRITT, Con. LODGE NOTICE. Carpenters ad Joiners Local 815 meets every Thursday night at W. O. W., Kor.,ana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m. . H. PAULSEN. Pres. W. IT. LANGFOBO. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Special communication of Ei- -ambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M., V 2f Friday. June 6, at 7:30 p. m. rW Work in the M. M. degree. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. JNO. G. CARO, W. M. F. D. RICHARDS. Secy. BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone "334. Haul ing, packing, stonnsr. 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. Atwell, Manager. 9167 WANTED WANTED By two young men of good moral character, high school education and considerable business experience, po sitions as stenographers-typewriters. Ad dress Box 270, City. 9585 vVAMTED Your furniture 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 62. Brent b'd-. Message or packages called for acd delivered promptly. 791 WANTEf) Tour Job trintlnr nd order! . for engraving of all kinds, palling cards wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES PRINT ING CO.. 24 We.t Government. 510 WANTEP 8wfnf Machines and STRINO INSTRUMENTS to repair. Will put them In good condition and guarantee the work; thirty yesrs exper ience. Phone TS1. I will call. 20 E. Oar den St. J. H. Blakeley. TIM WANTED Phonographs of all klndt repaired and new springs put in. The Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phote T91. 9065 WANTED lou to send your cylinder grinding to Kunyan Co.; Pine and Jef ferson streets. All oylinders reground on Heald Grinders. Guaranteed first class work. Runyan Company CMachlne Shop), Corner Pine and Jefferson Sts.. P. O. Box 236. Phone 420. Pensacola. Fla. 9525 WANTED To buy a good tent. Charlie Olsen. 204H S. aiaiox ssi., -r in;r Building. WANTED To rent or lease 5 to 7 room bouse would buv If terms and price is satisfactory. Address W. M. W., P. O. Box 209. 923 VS ANTED Second " hand typewriter. Miiat be A-i condition and price right- Address P.' O. Box 23fi. Phone 420. 72rt TAXI SERVICE. SAN CARLOS TAXI EX CHANGE. Phone J 200. Prompt service. Courteous, careful drivers, 7965 EDUCATIONAL, EDUCATIONAL Miss Mayme Freeman will -open summer school at Eliza Jane Wilson school. June 2nd.. Phone 1329. EDUCATIONAL Miss Emma Chandler will open sumuier classes in drawing. painting, manual art. and sketching from nature. Tuesday. June 3. 1919. Fuoils may enter at any time. 114 West Chase St. Phone .1540. 0601 - K Qui of These Columrx POSITIONS WANTED In memory f Col. Frank L. Mayes, and in recognition of the sotrit of helpfulness that was his. The Journal will Insert under this classification, free advertisements for those In need of employment. PRACTICAL NURSING Wanted, to do practical nursing Can give the best of references. Phoiie 698. 217 W. Gar den St. 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 b' man 38 years of age. Have had four years experience. Address M. J. Raynor, Brewfrm. Ala., route A. WANTED Position by young man, ase 18. Willing to work. Must have work at once. Address R. W. V.. 411 Guille marde St. 7t WANTED Job as handy man around house to do Janitor work. Apply A. L. Fleming. 105 E. Intendencia. WANTED ExperienceG- mill superinten dent or foreman wants position. Fa miliar with export and interior grades f lumber. Can handle and furnish common and skilled labor. Address R. L. DeWitt, Milton, Fla. YOTTNG married man. who has been work ing for the government in a clerical position, wishes to move to Pensaco'a. "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. COLORED man would like a position as porter. Had experience. Address Sor ter, 210 E. Romana. WANTED Position by a man 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. 7t POSITION WANTED Salesman, city "r district: resident of Pensacola and Es cambia county 15-yeais: well known and a first class solicitor. Can get the butt ress if vour prices and goods are right. Will start for $125.00 and expenses if prospects good for -early promotion. tor interview, address P. O. Box 659. WANTED Position bv experienced ste nographer. Address "Stenographer," care Journal. POSITION "WANTED Young" man. ex perienced driving trucks, familiar witn city streets, wants employment at rea sonable hours and pay. Address P. O. Box 1525. b-o-n PIANO TUNING W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi anos a Specialty. All work guaranteed. Phona 204. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. No matter what, -the cost or the make 'of "your Piano. Tuning is as necessary as the string's or the keys. Exami nation free. We guarantee to please. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS, Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791. MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Day or night called for and del: ..red promptly. Phone No. 62. Brent Bu!)dlng TIN 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. 280& BRANCH'S Boarding Kennels. Dogs con ditioned by expert hanller. 308 West Chase St. Phone 1211. , 9304 J. 1m. BLEDSOE Upholsterer, furniture, carpet, matting, shade and linoleum worker. Carpets and rugs cleaned and scoured. Venetian ollnds repaired. 35 W. Government St. 9547 STOP, LOOK and LISTEN Property owners and if you Intend to build, if you want your work done when you want it and want it done like you want it, phone me, as I am on the Job with plenth of first class men. Try me on your leaky roof. Phone 2228. W. II. Smith, 218 East Gadsden SL . 9543 YOUNG LADY desires position as stenog rapher. Address "Stenographer," care Journal. TftoelvD.&D. On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere FOR RENT FOR RENTCur motor trucks by the hour or day on country trips or to the Naval Air Sta tion, also do crating and packing of furniture, hauling baggage nnd moving household goods at short notice. Ring phone 618, Hallmark Transfer Co. Fsee,?NTTiPjrF' furnished room. counie aJ?X? 7ater- for gentleman or J9H9 PPly 16 West Gregory, Phone ' - 9596 JiF:VHo;?, no. 19 1-2 West for -'m i. te?. r?cm8 Coolest rooms Sin7i . r 12 hcwr and tub baths, bv OT?" .V"s,"nt- POc "P- Rooms pubI'?- Capt. Frank Wiloo. Manager. j8M FOR RENT Furnished rooms, kitchen ette, upstairs, southern exooaure. Mod ern COnVfn IPnP.A. V?i..s.o1nn ! Fnonp 1726. 9320 FOR RENT Cozy and ntwlv furnished two and three rfom ap.vtmnts. All mortem conveniences. Rent reasonable. iown town location. Apply Phone 2270 for narfimlarw 932 LARGE sunny furnished rooms, private entrance: also for light housekeeping with kitchenette, gas, phone. bath. m i olean- ouiet place, on car line and walking distance. Reasonable prices. Une for one or two men or married cou P'.e. S06 N. Alcanlz St. FOR RENT One furnished room with bath, gas and hot water. 10 No. Bav-I?n- 9439 OR RENT Furnished front room to gentlemen. Close In and reasonable rent. Apply 121 West Chase St. 9464 FOR RENT One furnished room on North Hill. Modern conveniences. 1120 North Palafox. Phone 167. 9472 FOR RENT Furnished roomsfor gen tlemen, at 423 West Gregory St. Phone l'J55. 95yj FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Latest improvements. Apply 34 E. Chase. 9627 FOR RENT Nice comfortable bed room large enough for two gentlemen. Hot and cold water. Phone 1375. 9677 FOR RENT Furnished room; excep tionally well furnished; very desirable neighborhood; family of two; all modern conveniences. 419 W. DeSoto St. Phone 1290. 9646 FOR RENT Lester piano, in fine con dition. Apply 18 E. parden St., or phone 791. FOR RENT One suite light housekeep ing rooms.' Also one furnished room for one or two gentlemen. 227 E. Inten dencia. . 9640 FOR RENT One two-room light house keeping apartment for rent. 12.00 per month. 218 1-2 S. Palafox St. Phone FOR . RENT Nicely im!shed front rooms. Hot and cold water, bath, elec tric lights. Suitable for ladies or gen tlemen. 807 N. Reus. One block from North Hill car. Phone 2254. 969 FOR .RENT Ore very laree room fur nished for lisrht housekeening. On ground floor facing bay. All modern conveniences. 1506 E. LaRua. Moderate rent. 9593 FOR TftNT Three unfurnished rooms for light hotiekeeolng, or will consider boarders. Apply 1105 W. Government SL ' 9689 FOR RENT Two connecting front rooms furnished for ICsrhi housekeeping to ""'i"'". Modern conveniences. Aiv 913 E. Jackson. 9697 pr-o- p--s-T Two front room furnished for b't hokeeping. 303 So Adams. Phone 1629. 9698 FOR RENT--One unfurnished room at 622 North Seventh avenue. FOI PF.y A bre 'w nx)"" - ti ins ert for light bousetceeping. with ad Inining bath and private entrance. On East Hill car line. Use . or phone. Tel. 1464. 7t FOR RENT Three connecting rooms for lieht housekeeping, screened, elec tric lights, gas. eery convenience. )n walking distance of town. One block to car line. No small children. Apply 424 East Strong St. 9699 FOR RENT Two unfurnished light housekeeping rooms, convenient, best location, no children taken. Ring 2005. FOR RTTNT Furnished room, three blocks from Sn Carlos Hotel, In good neighborhood. Phone 208. FOR RENT Small room with clothes closet, large room with pressing room: running hot and cold water. - bath and phone. Apply 6 to 8 afternoons, 203 W. Gregory. 9724 LOST AND FOUND LOST One black Watch Fob, with T- O. O. F. charm on it. Lost May 29th, near fn CaHos hotel. Reward. Notify I. A. Wells. Route A. ' " 9692 ! LOST Pair tortoise shell glasses. Find er please return same to 811 Guille marde street or telephone R. S. Johnson, Naval Air Station, Telephone No. 26. 9731 LOST Thursday, 5th. on Bay Shore car line or City Post Office, dark blue silk umbrella, tan leather strap to handle. Reward. Phone 1010. Miss Roller. 9730 LOST Silver mesh pocket book lost be tween 227 E. Intendencia and Lind'a Grocery. $2.00. Mrs. R. F. McElrbv. 501 E. Government. 9728 HELP MALE BOYS EARM MONBr selling the Pen itacola Journal, dailr and Sunday. Wanted ?00 boys daily and 200 boys Sutdavs tu make from SOc to 85 day. See emulation Muagr ny moruL'ig ; o'cm cit. EXPERIENCED GRO CERY AND PACKING HOUSE SALESMEN for entire state of Alabama, also thirty seven experienced spe cialty salesmen Men wh have an established business in regular covered territory prefered, and who feel that thej'- have reached the limit in salary with their presenr connection. Give permanent address and references, state age, territory covered, pres ent salary and business ex perience. Applications con sidered strictly confident. T. T. T. 9573 CENSUS CLERKS 4.000 needed. $92 month. Age. 18 upward. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars of ex aminations, write J. Leonard, (former Government examiner), 961 Equitable Bldg., Washington. 9586 WANTED Office boy. Apply Aiken Towboat and Barge Co. 9729 HELP FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register with the employment department of the Fan-American College. Rooms 274 to 289 Brent Bldg. No charge. Position wait ,n 4841 WANTED Good cook wanter at 422 N. Palafox. 9473 WANTED Ladies to do plain or hand-sewing at home onchildren's dressjs; whole or part time, materials and instructions suppHe-1 FREE: no canvassing. Ad dress National Garment Shop C ' ffl ffl Shop, 203 N. Fifth St., Rich mond, Va. 0534 WANTED First class combination boak-keeper-tenographer. See 'Mr. Ed For ehiemer, Forchiemer s Fashion Shop. 9629 WANTED Competent cook. Apply Mrs. Frank Wells, 1211 E. Gadsden. 9649 WANTED Manicurist wanted, San Carlos Hotel, Apply Barber Shop. 9686 MORTGAGE LOANS . 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 WELLS ARTESIAN" WELLS Will put M wells 4 t" 20 inches dtameter. anv d'-oth and ruarantee watf. Write for full Informa tion. Orav Artesian Well CO.. P. O. Bow 1077 or phone 4. PERSONAL ANYONE 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 1664. 6636 Hallmark Transfer Co. All Kinds of Hauling Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phone 618 PALACE CAFE Under New Management Everythihg Good to Eat. Cooked Right STEPHEN CLEOTELIS Proprietor FORCHEIMER j a FASHION SHOP EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY .TO- WEAR AND MILLINERY -The Store for VVemen" QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone 676 jAL NOTICE. In Escambia County Court of Record State of Florida In Chancery. pensacola Vessel Construction Corpor ation. Complainant, vs. Fairbanks Morse & Company. a corporation. American xaiiK oi .fensaeol.l. Florida a corporation, and the Louisville & Nash ville Railroad Company, a corporation. Defendants. On Monday, the 30th day of June. A. D 1919. the defendant. Fairbanks Morse Company, a corporation, is required to appear to the bill filed against it herein. This order 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. In the Circuit Court of Escambia County, Florida In Chancery. Joseph HersohkoviUs vs. Sarah E. Bonl fay, et al. It is ordered that the following nam -id defendants in the above cause, to-wtt: All parties claiming interests in th res! estate described aa the north 30 feet of lot 175 and the north 30 feet of thj east 44 1-2 feet of lot 178 In block 26 of the Old City of Pensacola. in the County t Escambia, 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 if. ceased persons, to-wlt. Maria Jardeia and Eugenio J. Bonlfay. .also known b'ugenla J. Bonlfay, or otherwise, are re- oulred to appear on Monday, the 7th day! or July. A. D. 1919, to the- blU of com; plaint filed herein. This order to be published once each week for twelve (12) weeks In the Jourj. ' r.al. a newspaper published in the city oi Pensacola in said County of Escambia.. Done and ordered this 4th day of, April. A. D. 1919. (Seal) JAS. MA COIF, BON, Clerk of Circuit Court of Escambia County, Florida.. By M. I ,BEU D. C. E. D. Beggs, Sol. for Complainant. In Escambia County Court of Record... State of Florida. May Claire Whiddon vs, EH Ballard Whlddon. It appearing by the sworn bin 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 service 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 consecutive weeks. This May 23, A. D. 1919. W. P. RICE. Clerk of the Court of Record of Escamblsi County. Florida. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. Under and by virtue of the decree of foreclosure and sale, rendered on May 19. 1919, by the Judge of the Court of Record of Escambia County, State of Flor ida, in a certain cause therein pending, wherein, Mrs. Ethel White Quarles, is Complainant, and I. T. Roherts and Roberts, his wife, are Defendants. I will on Monday, the 7th da yof July, 1919. during the legal hours of sale before the County Court House door in the City of Pensacola. Escambia County, Florida, of fer for sale antT sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property to wit: Lot 13, in Block 129. of the New City Tract in the City of Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida. L. V. HOLSBERRY. Special Master oaw4wks The Pensacola Electric Garage Official Service Station for Philadel phia Diamond Grid Battery. GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS. , Ignition Specialist. Chase & Baylen Phono 940 THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET 1 Standard Computing Scale? 1 Nation, al Oil Tank; 1 Mule; 3 Food Bine. Apply Hoffman & Sellers Auto Co. ' At E. B. Hoffman & Sons Old Stand 57-59 E. Greg--y St. Phono 825 NORMAN A. COX Sheet Metal Worker 510 South Palafox Street Phone 413 Let Us Renovate Tour Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co, 940-948 E. Romana SL Phone 1515. Used Cars For. Sale W e have the following used cars all in perfect shape. See them: Buick six. 5 pass., 1918 model; 2 Fords, 5-pass. ; 1 Max- well. You will find these big bargains.' United Auto Sales Co. Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099.