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f HE PENSACOLA JOURNAL T0K5DAY MUKNlJNii, o ulj r i, iviv.
THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
Phone 1500
From 7 a. m. to
WANT ADS must be in
this office by 8 p. m. to in
sure publication the fol
lowing morning.
7 p. m. -
FOR SALE
roi 8ALR Second hand sewing ma
chine, all makes. 15.00 tip. Quartn
teed. Reynalds Muslo Hove, Phone
int. ms
LIBERTY DaIRX FIST
MAKES '
. MORE
MILK
FEED COMPANY
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunks and baggage
to or from the depot at short
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
Phone 618.
J OR SAUK Guitar. In fine condition.
Piano Shop. 18 E. Garden St. 051
FOR SALE A high grade 81 widard
fMke. sllgl tlv used rew piano. Tre
rno Shop. 18-20 E. Garden St. CM
frTl SALE Five nha, American Na
t'onal Bank stock. Make best offer.
Address 'G." P. O. Box 1041. 9457
PORTO RICO POTATO
PLANTS A safe crop if
planted by "July. 15;h. $1.5")
per 1,000. 10,000 for $12.50.
Prompt shipment Good
nlants. John Aldridgt, Tal
iaha ssee Fla. SX550
J1TMMER SHOES for all the family. 81.13.
Rend for descriptive circular. Duck
ipper. rubber sole, pneumatic heel. Cen
:ral Si.les Co.. 599 Ninth Ave.. New York.
?"OR SALE On on trucK. computing
scales and meat 1icer In rood con
lition. Apply Porters Bazaar. 115 N.
Valafox St. 9711
FOR SALE A saw mill
35 horse power, complete
and 'in good condition. Will
take $l,2o0.00. This is a bar
gain. Address Drawer A.
C-.den, Ala. 9902
K 't SAI.K b . mom house, cornpr J and
Government street. nnd three lots.
Cash or terms. A bargain. Owner leav
tng town. J. W. Youngblood. Station A.
FOR SALE House with
reception hall, living.room,
dinning room, two bed rooms
kitchen and bath, ell other
modern conveniences. Phone
390. 21 East Brainard St.
XR SALE Chicken and truck farm. 3
acres. N. W. of city, within 10 minute
walk of car line. Good aotl. fenced, nor
tion eultVated. Shade trees and sma'd
house. vice 8500, part down and bal
ance on time. ACdress Box 107B. Penv.t
;ela. Fla. 9618 S-ZI-tf
FOR SALE House. 1111 and 1115 "West
litlmot.l St., on paved Btreet. Also
small hous" on Tarracona street, near
tjonlzalez. Terms reasonable. Phone
130. , 9641
FOR SALE Iron bed steads and springs.
Apply 50 E. Chase St.. or phone 1129.
96f?y
FOR SALE One store room In front
nnd two rooms and kitchen, located
nt Warrington. SJa. Wilt sell for 8500.
Address Marie Larzoni, 414 W. Inten
rtencla St. 963
FOR SALE One Poland China and
Uerkshire sow. weighting 250 lbs. One
ld Rock male weighing 300 lbs. 870.00
tor the two. Address James F. Colvin,
Route 4. City. . 9747
FOR SALE Excellent building site, two
lots N. B:. corner 16th Ave. and Cer
vax.tes. on car line, and 1 bloc from
payment. A bargain for quick sale.
Apidv T. M. Harrington. 1112 North "th
ve. " Phone 1927. 97)4
FOCI SALE fp-to-da.e grocery and
meat market. Best location in the
?ity. Business averaging 8600.00 a week
low. Reasons for selling, want to leavs
Itv. Apply Spring-Garden Market.
9656
TORTO RICO POTATO
PLANTS $1.2" thousand,
flood strong plantc and
prempt shipment guaran
teed. If it is plants you want
send us your order. J. L.
White, Tallahassee. Fla.
FOR SALE Two motor boats without
engines. 19 and 84 feet long: must sell
efore July 1. Can fit boats with engine
f desired Pensacola Gas Engine & Sup.
jly Co.. 713 S. Palafox St.. Phone 680
So 3
FOR SALE Two iron beds springs and
mattresses: two sewing machines: one
;lock: two new ice boxes; bargains: r
will exchange for counter scales. 29 N
Spring St.. corner Chase. 9o3
r OR SALF Automobile Repairs. Space
for few nrs. Second hand parts. Any
mil everything to and for an auto. Ad
Ire R. R. Klldinger, 10 S. Brue St.
Phone 8'0.
These Two Dwellings
Owned and occupied by owners who will gladly show in
terested parties.
21 East Braineijd 6 rooms, close in and modern, $2,700.
1221 North 15th Ave Large lot on corner of Lloyd
Street 6 rooms.
Pensacola Finance Company
-W Always Har Houses For Sal"
PHONE S87
FOR SALE
FOR SALE.
The following used cars in
A No. 1 mechanical condi
tion, easy terms:
1 Ford speedster, $350, a
barcrain.
I Hudson super-six, $1,000
a bargain.
I Dodge touring car, $650,
a bargain.
I Liberty touring car, $700,
a bargain. Looks like new.
I Buick 4, 1918 model,
$G00, newly painted, a bar
gain. I Studebaker roadster,
$225, a bargain.
PENSACOLA BUICK CO.
Phone 465
FOR SALE Low price, easy terms, de
sirable hnllding lots In t . west side
of town; 865 to ?S5 per lot. Pensacola
Ktnamt Company. .
FOR SALE 1 Stevtrs DJryea 6-cylinder
car tn good shape. Can be eeer i at
Green Fish Co.. Cedar treet between Pal
afox and Baylen streets. Phone 297
FOR SALE Grey baby carriage good as
new. $20. Phone 91S or call 116 West
Gonzalez. a ,
FOR SALFNlce small home at East
Brent sstauon. r !" " na pirv
Andrew Peterson. Route A. Box 28. uty
FOR SALE U. S. Army Tents 16x16x11
ft. high. 3-foot wall. 12.4 o. duck. Use J
but serviceable. Quantity limited Vh
they last. 819 95 eac.i. V . fe. Army Oi
fleers' Twt". 9x9 ft.. 822 00 each; 12x1
ft.. 824.50 each. U. S. Army Tent Flies.
916 ft.. 810.00 each: lxl4 ft.. 813.9 .each
U. H. Army Shelter Tents, for campin.
h.i. .i. i ni rh. IT. !v Army
Refrigerators. Grand Rapid, 'y-io. ice
capacity. 2 large comparimen ;
2 ft. wide. 1 feet deep each: worth 3a.
special. 8U2.75 each. U. S. Army Kefrig
erators. C. V. Hill. 6 ft. high. 5 ft wide.
2 compartments. Ice capacity 500 lbs.,
worth 8200: special. 875. V. S. Army Ke
trigerators. Alaska. 8 ft. high. S ft. wide,
4 compartments, ice capacity 800 "
side feed ice chamber on top; very
for markets; worth 8400; special $lo0.00.
U. S. Army Comforts, commercial, used;
in bales of 20 each. We Bell them as
they come from the government.
they last 125.00 per bale of 20. U. S. Olive
Drab Wool Shirl. used but serviceable.
A' grade, $14.60 P' dozen, 81-95 singly;
B' grade. 812.00 dos.: singly. 81 SO each,
li. S. Army Olive Drab Wool Breeches,
used but serviceable. A' grade. $14. oti
cloren. singly 82.35 pair; B grade 812.00
dozen. 81.95 pair. U. S. Army Canvas
Haversacks with leather shoulder strans,
tsed but serviceable; excellent for camp
ing, etc.. 95c each. U. 8. Army Galvan
!zed Garbage Cans, used but In good con
dition. For ' Institutions. Restaurants,
Mills. City Health Department, tc.
Worth 83.50. Special 81-75 each. U. S.
Army Galvanized Iron Water Buckets,
four grades and sizes. 25c. 5"C, 75c and
81.00 each. U. S. Army Leather Russet
Waist Belts, used but in good condition,
50c each. English Knife Bayonets, make
a line carving, hunting, fish knife, etc.
Sheffield steel, cost about 83.89. eacn 50c.
Steel scabbards to fit this bayonet. 50c.
t'. S. Army Axes, various wetgnts, from
45c. 65c, 95c, 81.15 each. U. S. Army
Blocked Tin Cups, nearly new. 4' in.
dia.. 2 Is in. deep 31.00 doz., 10c each.
V. S. Army Blocked Tin Cups, quart size,
10c each, or 31.00 per dozen. U. S. Army
Aluminum Cups. 5 in. dia., 24 In. deep.
16c each, 31.50 dozen. U. E. Army blocked
tin oflding Meat or Mess Pan; used but
in good serviceable condition. With lid
r.nd handle. 25c. or 32.25 doz. A splendid
camping utensil. Army Rifles. 43 cal.
Beaumont. 5 shot repeater. Will shoot
ball and shot cartridges, standard ammu
nition U. M. C 89.50 each. Manila Rope,
all sizes, in splendid condition, 25c lb.
U. S. Army Folding Canvas Cots, used
but serviceable, 32.95 each. U. S. Army
Steel Cots, used but serviceable. 83.95
each. U. S. Army Ticket Selling Ma
chine, nearly new. adjustable. 399.00;
2.00t) tickets, special. 5.000 pieces assorted
H. 8. Army Enamelware. Aiiverything for
Commissaries. Chain Gangs. Campers,
etc. Special bargains In army goods of
all kinds. We deal In army goods ex
clusively. Terms: IT. S. government re
quires us to pay cash when we buy. We
sell for cash only. No C. O. D. orders
accepted. Money bck if not satisfied.
BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO.
Greenville. S. C
"LARK"
City Wharf, Pensacola.
Leaves Pensacola every
Sunday 9 a. m.. for Camp
Walton. Arrives back 8:30
p. m. Fare $2.00 round trip.
Monday open for charter.
Leaves Tuesday 7. a. m.,
for Camp Walton and Santa
Rosa. Arrives back Wed
nesday 2 p. m.
Leaves Thursday 7a. m.,
for Camp Walton. Arrives
back Friday 11 a. m.
Saturday open for charter.
FRANK H. HENNINO,
Telephone 788 or 1965
ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales AerJ
FOR REN T
t?OR RENT Cur 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 Daggage
:nd moving household goods at
Jjort notice. Ring phone 618,
Hallmark Transfer Co.
P'mn4;"'tt,fo:nna" 12 West
electric v C!ean- ventllat-vl.
tor rewm ,Trn"- lest rooms
I'lng ZL 15 "h: and tub hath
iv the w -IT .yrrs!" f0c r.omi
MTnenP"b"" pt- Frank
--i! RNT Two furnished light house-
rrmiT ronrrs, modern conveniences.
rV c. le rent- Apply 107 East O-
ory st- 9727
LPj? sunny furnished rooms, private
-JI?; also for liht housekeeping
with kitchenette. gas. phone. t-ath
--Til; c,e" nuiet place, on car line and
warning distance. BeAsonable prices,
r ine for ow or two mfn or married cou
ple. 806 N. A!canlz Sf.
FOJR.wR?i?,T-On furnished room on
worth HU1. Modern conveniences. 1120
orth Palafox. Phone 167. 9472
FOR RENT- Furnished room; excep
tionally well furnifed; very desirable
neighborhood; family of two: all modern
conveniences. 419 W. OeSoto St. Phone
1290. 94S
FOR RENT OR SALE A
large modern nine-room
pebled-dashed house situat
ed on the bay shore in very
desirable location complete
ly furnished for terms see or
phone E. L. Reese, 33 and 35
South Palafox. Phone 1761.
FOR RENT Summer rates tpr rooms at
San Carlos. In annex, rooms for one,
125.00 up; two, 830 up: in main build
ing, for one, 845 up; two, 85C.OO up. Apnlv
to clerk on duty. 9916
FOR RENT Half double house remodeled
into private flat: unfurnished. Three
large rooms, a trunk room, closet, hall,
porches and bath. 830 per month. Four
blocks from San Carlos Hotel. Apply 18
N. Rues, or-phone 854.
FOR RENT Furnished front room. House
thoroughly screened. Two blocks of
San Carlos Hotel. Apply 121 West
Chase St.
FOR RENT One fur Ished house, com
plete, three bed rooms, kitchen, dining
room. Address. Mrs. W. A. Bell, War
rirgton. Fla. 9944
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms -for housekeeping. Apply 730 N.
lZth Ave., or phone 1317. 14
FOR RENT One large furnished room.
all conveniences. Apply 616 North
Palafox street. 9652
FOR RENT One furnished room for one
or two gentlemen. 517 E. Zarragosaa
St. 9633
lOR RENT 15-roon hotel, modern, two
baths. Downtown district. Few doors
from Palafox street. Apply phone 2270
at 12 -noon or 4 p. m. 9658
FOR RENT OR SALE
A five-room cottage situ
ated at 320 West Cervantes
street. Gas, electric light
and other modern conveni
ences. Apply next door 316
W. Cervantes or phone 1791.
FOR P.ENT One ruralsned room for one
or two gentlemen, private family. W
block- from T. M. C. A. Modern conven
iences. Phone 316. Apply 21 W. Bel
mont St. 9694
FOR RENT Furnished front room in
heart of city with all conveniences.
1'hone 1382. Apply 28 W. Romano St.
9889
FOR RETTT Connecting furnished Hgnt
housekeeping rooms. south front,
screened, near bath, good neighborhood,
near car line and depot. 806 E. Belmont.
(No children). 9471
FOR RENT By week or month, large
roomy tents on Baou Texar and Little
Rayou, city water. Apply Lee Daniel!.
Phone 634. 8794
FOR RHNT Qpe furnished room for
gentleman. Apply 36 E. Gregory St.
9640
FOR RENT Restaurant and rooming
house, good location. good business,
leaving cltv on account of illness. Ad
dess L. 133 W. Government St. 9678
FOR RENT To a couple, two front
rooms, all screened, furnished for light
housekeeping, adjoining bath, hot and
cold water, gas for cooking, electric lierht
and use of phone. Telephone 1993. 9733
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Bath attached.
Front and back galleries. Apply 407 E.
Gregory St. 96S6
FOR RENT Completely
furnished modern 9-room
hcuse, North Hill on car
line, July and August at $100
per month, Pensacola Rental
and Insurance Agency, 10 S.
Palafox.
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 cify property. Mon
ey ready when title perfect
ed. A. C. Binkley, attorney,
601-2 American National
Bank Building:.
ton RENT Light housekeeping and
sleeping rooms, hot and cold water
shower bath and modern conveniences!
Apply 21S' South Palafox St. Phone 5.
R., RENT Three room apartment; 1
bed room, dinirg room and sitting room
combined. Large kitchen; hall and bath.
Hot and co.d water. Electric lights anj
gas. Everything for housekeeping. Nice
and cool. Possession at once. Acrlv 4" )
West Chase. 97VJ
FOR RENT Well furnish
ed bungalow, North Hill,
Palafox street. Desirable,
Box 1214. 9655
FOR RENT Party leaving
city for couple months has
nice furnished bungalow on
East Hill with every modern
convenience will rent fur
nished very reasonable to
couple without children with
grown children. Phone 1774.
950
FOR RENT Four furnish
ed rooms for light house
keeping, in very desirable
neighborhood, near car line.
15 W. Belmont, phone 473.
9752
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, call at store 142 West Zarra
ossa, corner Barcelona, or phone 502.
9755
POSITIONS WANTED
In memory of Col. Frank L.
Mayes, and in recognition of th
spirit of helpfulness that was Mi,
The Journal will insert unde this
classification, free advertisements
for tose In need of employment.
WANTED Position by experienced sales
man, commission basis preferred. Ad
dress P. O. Bo 1024. City.
WANTED BY young lady
with a partial stenograph
ic ducation, office work from
3:30 until 6 or 7 in the aft
ernoon in order to complete
course. Address Miss R. R.,
R. A. Box 199R. 9668
WANTED Position by boy 17 years old.
well acquainted with the city, can fur
nish reference: willing worker. Address,
"Boy," care Journal.
WILL buy Ford RoadsteK State prico,
and for arpointment. address G. N.,
care Journal.
YOUNG MAN stenographer-bookkeeper
and all-round office man. wants posi
tion. Wants locntion where only ability
counts. Bst of references fjmished.
Address "Steno-Bookkeeper," care Jour
nal. 6-29-7t
EXPERIENCED Bookkeeper desires
small set of books to keep during even
ings and snare time. Address Acco..Mnt.
care Journal. 26
HELP MALE
BOYS EARN MONEY sel'dnsr the Pen
icola Journal, dalir and Sunday.
Wanted 700 boys daily and 200 hov
Rmidays tu make from 60c to $5 .. day.
See C'-eulat'on Mfiiager any morning
o'ck cfc.
WANTED Coopers, white or
colored ; on tight barrels. Write
Dallas Cooperage Company, Dal
las, Texas.
WANTED Grocery clerk
for fancy retail grocery.
Must be experienced in fan
cy groceries, capable and
sober. Good salary to right
party. Apply in person onlv.
Sol Cahn & Co. 9996
WANTED Colored porter at Manhattan
Hotel. Apply in person to manager.
96:6
WANTED At Once, two
first class watchmakers,
good salary and good shop,
give reference and state sal
ary expected in first letter.
Duval Jewelry Co.. 40t West
Bav St.. Tacksonville Fla.
HELP-FEMALE
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Kaglstar
with the emplormert department el the
Fan-American College. Rooms 274 t
Brent Bids. No charge. Position
WANTED House girl. Apply 701 NIn,rtJ
Palafox St. -w--i
WANTED Woman that wants a good
to make herself use
ful with all household duties, widow with
child not objectionable. Send reference
and address. Box 5. Bluff Springs. Fla.
If AM CHS G
DANCING TAUGHT, at ZO West Greg
ory street. For Information, phone 2?S.
Children's class Toeedir and Friday
WANTED
VArsTED Your furniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable price. Hall
nark Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WANTED Toar Jo"t Jr!nthnr and order
for engraving of all kinds, (ailing cards
w,.-fdl"g invitations, etc. MATES PRINT
ING CO.. 24 West :3oTwnmMt Elfl
WA NTKP Sewrng Machines and
STRTNO INSTRUMENTS' to repair.
Will put them tn good condition and
guarantee the work; thirty yeara amey
ence. Phone 7M. I will call. 99 E. Oar
i"en St. J. FT. Blaki Imy. Tin!
WANTED Phonographs or all klndt
repaired and net springs put in. The
Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St, phone
91. 9065
WANTED People who are
interested in giving priv
ate dances, picnics or bath
ing parties. Before deciding
where to go, phone 9121, Vic
tory Inn, A. S. Wolfe, Prop.
WE buy hogs. The Pensa
cola Piggery Co. Phone
462 or 1337.
HIGH PRICES FOR
HIDES
Will pay until July 1st, the
following prices for liides, etc
Particular attention paid to
county shippers.
Green hides,. 24c pound.
Green Salted hides, 26c pound.
Mixed house rags, 1 l-2c
pound.
Auto tires, 2 l-4c pound.
Inner tube, 6c pound.
Also good price for scrap
metal, second hand bags and
scrap iron.
311 East Intendencia Street
A. MALINO
Phone 1279, Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED To buy good sound mule.
also wagon and harness. Give descrip
tion and price. . Address Box 826. Pensa
cola. BOARD WANTED Two ladies and a
gentlemen deslr dinner and supper
with select family; good, well cooked
food at a fair remuneration. Must be
close In to town. Reference exchanged.
Address P. O. Box 1419 City.
WANTED TO BUY New or second
hand Foi .1 touring body or will trade
with truck body, best condition. X. T.
Z., care Journal.
WASHING WANTED Rough dry. In
East Hill section, by white woman;
first class work guaranteed. For In
formation, phone 175; address, 1506 E.
IiRua St. 96C1
WANTED Several floor
show cases. Apply at
once. Mayes Printing Co.,
17 W. Government St. 9667
WANTED Macaw parrot (female). Will
pay reasonable price. Dr. J. L Ingram.
22 So. Palafox St. ..9665
WANTED TO BTTY Repeater 22 Rifle.
Puss Long. 22 East Side Apartments.
9722
WANTED Two or three milch cow.
Price must be reasonable for cash.
L B. Thompson. Route A. 9685
WANTED New five passenger Ford car.
Onlv new model fitted for self-starter
considered. X50. 9737
WANTED To buy one or two acres for
gardening, close in. Phone 1528. ssk
for Mr. C. F. Andrews. 9741
LODGE NOTICES
BROTHERHOOD OP
RAILWAY CLERKS
Pensacola Lodge 311.
Regular meetings first and third Frt
flay each month. K. of balL
J. N. Smith. Wm. p. Da.,
Recording Secretary. Pretldent.
7107
PEN3CAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. 1 O. O. F
Pansacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F..
mitta over Thursday it 7:90 p. in. In
Ralford Hall, Corner Haylen and Bel
mont atreets. Visitors Cordlallv Invited.
M. W. PETERSON. N. O
S. NTCOLAN. tecordin Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
PensacoTa Council No. 35. Junior Order
Cnited American Mechanics, meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m.. at K.
of P. Hal' 111 E. Intetndencla St over
McHugh store. Vi3ltlng brothers cor
dlaly Invited.
W. E. KTNG, Rec Sec.
S. A. BRITT. Con-
Carpenters and Joiners Local Sli meets
every Thursday night at W. O. W.,
Ror..na and Baylen streets, at S p. in.
, H. PAULSEN. Pres.
W. . LA NG FOR T. Secy.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
Regular meeting of Florida Chapter No.
9. O. E. S.. Tuesday. July 2. at 8 p. m.
Visiting members cordlallv welcomed.
MRS. EMMA ROGERS. W. M.
MRS. MARGUERITE LYLE, Secy.
ARTESIAN WELLS
ARTESIAN WELLS Will put 1A wells
4 t 20 inches diameter, anv d'-oth and
ruarantee water. Write for fill informa
tion. Orav Artesian WM r3k, p. O. P
1577 w Phone 44. 1
Elebash Jewelry Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to
Peter Lindenstruth
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
MISCELLANEOUS
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
?aw. Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Saa, 25c, 223 E. IntandencU st. Cross
Cut saws gummed. 2808
J. L. BLEDSOE Upholsterer, furniture,
carpet, matting, shade and linoleum
worker. Carpets and rugs cleaned and
tcoured. Venetian . Blinds repaired. r
W. Government St. 8(4
MISCELLANEOUS $25.00 reward for a
Job that roesn't have worry attached.
Don't won-y about your leaky root.
Don't worry about your repair work.
Don't worry about your new hoase you
re going to build. Just phone 2228 and
call Smith. He will take care of all your
troubles. W. H. Smith. 218 East Gads
den. 9556
TAXI SERVICE.
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt
service. Courteous, careful
drivam, 7966
PIANO TUNING
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Piano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi
anos a Specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phone 204.
PIANO TUNING AND
REPAIRING.
No matter what the cost
or the make ot your Piano.
Tuning is as necessary as the
strings or the ktys. Exami
nation free. We guarantee to
please.
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. THOMAS,
Manager.
18-20 E. Garden St. Phone
791-
TEA NSFER STORAGE
BINGHAM TRANSFER
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
ing, packing, storing.
WHEN in need of any transfer
work ring up 618. IT,allmark
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.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND The best place In town to siet a
Buster Brown. Flllinglm Barber Shop.
104 E. WriKht St.
LOST Key rlnff contalnm- tunch cf
keys and extra key rins: wljh one key
on it. Tuesday. Finder please return to
Consolidated Grocery Co., and receive
reward. 9879
LOST Friday or Saturday, srold chain
and cross. enSTaved Leona. Finder
please return to Mrs. D. LaRua, 101 East
Gregory St. -30-3t
LOST Saturday, two reports of he
chamber of commerce and several can
celled checks. Lt. Masek. Naval Air H'a
tion. " 954
LOST Silver Vanity Case at Bayvlew.
Monogram R. A. S. Return to M. & O.
Clothing Store and receive reward.
BICYCLE SHOP
First class repairing on bicy
cles, 'guns, pistols, graphophones
and sewing machines, done by
i. C. Chancey, 14 West Inten
dencia Street. - 9872-tf.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
Arrival and departure of paesengrer
trains at Pensacola, Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not guaran
teed. fCentral Standard Time)
ARRrVES. LEAVES
6:30 p.m. Montgomery. Bir
mingham. Nashville.
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
t:30 p.m. St. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m. New Orleans, Mo-
bUe 12:30 p.m.'
6:30 p.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton. Nev York .... 12:30 J. m.
i:4S a.m. Montgomery. Bir
mingham, NashviUe,
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 P.m.
1:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis,
Chicago 10:45 p.m.
f:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile ' 01:45 p.m.
S:45a.m. Atlanta. Washing
ton, New York .... 10:45p.m.
:45 p.m. .. Mobile Local .. 4 .00 a.m.
:45 a,m. Jacksonville, Talla- v
haasee ... (:15a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla- . . :
baasee . . . ......... :8p.m.
Daily except Sunday. :
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION '
. iAiAL NOTICE "p;
In Escambia County Court tf fUeortfr
State of Florida In Chancery- . . JT
The State Savings Bank, of Tallahassee,
rjorida, a corporation, complainant, , vs. , .
Clyde E. Wilson. George E. Taylor, an--',
R- M. Cary. Defendants.
On Monday, the 14th day of July4 A. 1.
1919. the defendant George E. Taylor, is'"""
required to appear to the bill filed acalnat
him herein.
This odder to bo published once ciV"t
for four (4) consecutive weeks tft,.'
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished In said Escambia County.
,D ,v W. P. RICE. n
fSeal) Clerk Court of Record.
Pensacola. Fla.. June 7th. 1119. . ....
NOTICE TO DOQ OWNERS. '"""
The Citv nmiu(nii of TVv. Ummu tm .
making his last rounds and all peraona.. ,.
" nrroy nouriea mat ir they mvt
no obtained license for their dogs they
Wilt b arrest4 In (h. Pnllo. Pnurt anf:.."
subject to the payment of a fin In ad
d'Mon to the license.
Licenses are procurabH at tha City a
Clerk's Office, at the City Hall.
uaiea me zotn day or June. A. r. 1819.
L. E. 11EINBERO.
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
All water bills will be due July 1. 191S.
payable at office of the Water Depart-1
ment. City Hall. A discount of 6 per cent- .1
will be allowed on all bills paid on or
before the 10th of July. All consumer
who have not paid by Aug. 1. ll. are
subject to have water service d I scon-' 4
tlnued without further notice, and a
penalty of 11.00 will be charged for turn
ing on again.
PENSACOLA WATER WORKS.
PERSONAL
KREE MAPS of Great Texat Oil Field.
and other valuable Information to all
Interest nmih n c i
great Burburnett Field and other Texas
oil fields. Publicity Dept., it. s. Oil
Ass n, 114 E 8th St.. Fort Worth. f3s
WANTED To know where Viola Walk-
Asa nnlKA V I 1 a. a r-v
IS AUCAIVCI. UirK COTTI '
nlf'l Inn rnnnd 4k ma a v. i
Jbout five feet, two or three Inch tall.
a nuunu is a. cnppie. oiiowi the).
tnrrnf In In f r in.
vvuiu itati vrrjr
much to ret In touch with her. Anyone)
-"""'" vi r wnnreauouij will Please
notifv lii t.v. w -nr.ti. .1 .
Mauriceville. Texas. 86S4.
WANTEl The people who are Inter-
mou in uuyina- gooa milK to know
that aU the cattle kept at the Dlxlo
Dairy have stood the tuberclar test
elven bv the atU mnA it
milk you want, ring phone 14. Whole-
"' "o riu, aeuverea aauy. r, f.
Jernlgan. Owner, seven years servlCA.
MRS. A. C. LAMBERT and Miss Emma
Blount. Rnlrrlla. roruHana va....
cola. Phone 2349. Uhl
ANYONE wishing the service of Kate
Davis, nurse and midwife, can find her
at anv time at 411 West GadadMn tt
Phone 1664. JS
BETTER
Vulcanizing
with
Tons of Pressure
O. K. TIRE SHOP
24 West Garden Street
Dri-Cured Retreading
i.
THE KOZY CORNER
Agents for
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates"
FISHER-BROWN
We Will Bond You.
918 Phones 919
THE LEADER
FOR MEN AND BOYS i
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET ,
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson. Dealer
19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 "J
Will C. Diffenderf er
14 Scuth Palafox Street
Used Cars
For Sale
1 Maxwell, 5 pass.
1 Reo, 5 pass.
2 Chevrolets, 5 pass.
1 Dodge, 5 pass.
1 Ford Truck, 1 ton worm
drive.
1 Studebaker, 7 pass.
United Auto S:les Co
- - a -
Garden and Baylen, .
Phone 2099. -
,0"
- 1
1
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