THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1919.
THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE
, From 7 a. m. to
7 p. m.
WANT ADS must be in
this office by 8 p. m. to in
sure publication the fol
FOR B ALB Second hand sewing ma
chines, all makes. $5.00 trp. Outran
tel. Reynalde V.uslo Hori. Phone
- LIBERTY DAIRT
rKN3ACOLA PEED COMPAKT
FOR SALE Our services to
haul your trunks and baggage
to or from the depot at hort
notice. Hallmark Transfer Co.
FOR SALE Guitar, In tin condition.
Piano Shop. IS Z. Garden St. 9051
FOR 8ALE A high grade 81 tnda'd
make, sligl tly used new pfmo. The
rt.no Shop. 18-20 E. Garden St. rCM
if'OR SALt. Five shades American Na
t'onal Bank stock. Make best offer.
Address -a." P. O. Box 1041. 9461
PORTO RICO POTATO
PLANTS A. safe crop if
planted by Tuly, 15;K. $1.5")
per 1,000. 10,000 for $12.50.
- Prompt shipment Good
plants. Tohn Aldridge, Tal
lahassee Fla. . 9650
SUMMER fcHOES for all the family. IS.iJ.
Fend for descriptive circular, Duck
epper. rubber nueumatle heel. Cen-
Iral Sales Ct 699 Ninth Ave., New York.
FOR SALE One .on truck, computing
azalea and meat allcer In rood con
dition. Apply Porter" Bazaar, 113 N.
Palafo St. 7U
FOR SALE A saw mill
35 horse power, complete
and in good condition. Will
take $1,250.00. This is a bar
gain. Address Drawer A,
Coden. Ala. 9902
rOR HALE 6 room house, corner J and
Government street, and three lota.
ah or terms. A bargain. Owner leav
ing town. J. V. Toungblood. Station A.
FOR SALE Chicken and truck farm, a
acre. N. W. of c!ty. within 10 minutes
wall: of car line. Ooorwsoll. fence!, nor
tion cultivated. ShadF trees and small
house. Vire d00. part down and bal
ance r- time. .fJ dress Box 17. Pens
cc!a. Fla. 9H -l-tf
FOR SALE Iron bed steads and springs.
Apply 50 E. Chase St, or phone 1129.
FOR SALE One Poland China and
Berkshire sow, weighting 250 lbs. One
Red Rock male weighing S00 lbs. $70.00
for the two. Address James F. Colvln,
Route 4. City. 9747
KR SALF Excellent building site, two
lots N. E. corner 16th Ave. and Cer
vantes, on car line, and 1 block from
pavement. A baraaln for quick sale.
.Mnly T. M. Herrlngton. 1112 North th
Ave. Phone 1927. 974
PORTO RICO POTATO
PLANTS $1.2r thousand.
Good strong plants and
prompt shipment guaran
teed. If it is plants you want
send us your order. J. L'.
White, Tallahassee, Fla.
FOR SALE Two motor boats witho'it
nalnea. 19 and S4 feet long: must sell
before July 1. Can fit boats with engine
If desired. Pensacola Gas Elaine Sup
ply Co.. 713 S. Palafox St. Phone 630.
FOR SALE Two Iron beds springs and
mattresses: two sewing machines: one
itock: two new Ice boxes; bargafna: nr
will exchange for counter scalea. 29 N.
Spring St.. corner Chase. 9753
FOR SALE Automobile Renalrs. 8pace
for few cara. Second hand parts. Anv
ind everything to and for an auto. Ad
lress R. R. Kildlnger. 10 S. Brue, St.
OR SALE 1 Stevtr-s TVjryea 6-cyIinder
car in good shape. Can be seen at
3reen Fish Co.. Cedar street between Pat
ifox and Baylen streets. Phone 297.
OR SALE Orev bahv carriage good as
new. $20. Phone 913 or call 116 Wst
FOR SALE Nice small home at East
Brent Ststion. For particulars addresa
Imlrew Peterson. Route A. Box 28, Cltv.
SAN CARLOS TAXI EX
CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt
service. Courteous, careful
These Two Dweflings
Owned and occupied by owners who will gladly show in
21 East Brainerd 6 rooms, close in and modern, $2,700.
1221 North 15th Ave Large lot on corner of Lloyd
Street 6 rooms.
Pensacola Finance Company
"We Always Hare Houses For SakT
PHONE S67 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sffles Aged
The following used cars in
A No. 1 mechanical condi
tion, easy terms:
1 Ford speedster, $350, a
I Hudson super-six, $1,000
a bargain. . : '
I Dodge touring car, $650,
I Liberty touring car, $700,
a bargain. Looks like new.
I Buick 4, 1918 model,
$600, newly painted, a bar
gain. I Studebaker roadster,
$225, a bargain.
PENSACOLA BUICK CO.
FOR SALE Rabbits. Because of lvtn
city am offering at aacrlflce
stock, forty Rufus Red Belgian Hare;
1500 E. Moreno St. Phone 2016.
FOR SALE U. 8. Amy Tents, 16x16x11
ft. high. 3-foot wall. 12.4 o. duck. Used
but serviceable. Quantity limited. Wh .
they Ust. 19.96 each. , 8-.jr1." ,
fleers' Tejits. 9x9 ft. $22.00 each J2xl
ft. $24.60 each. U. 8. Army Tent te.
9x16 ft. $10.00 each; VtxU ft. $1 3-5 a
U. S. Army Shelter Tents, for camp".
capacity. 1 large compartments. 6 ft. wn
. - .... a..n rarh: worth "
special. $112.76 esch. U. 8. Army Refrig
erators. C. V. Hill. 6 ft. high 5 ft wide.
2 com part n-.ents. ice capacity 600 lbs.,
worth $200; special. $75. U. S. Army Ke
trlgeratora. Alaska, t ft. t high. 6 ft wide.
. Ira caDacitV 800 lbS..
Side feed ice chamber on top: very thin
for markets; worth $400; special $10.00.
U. S. Army Comforts, commertm-.
In bales of 20 each. We aell them as
they come from the government. hile
they last 5.00 per bale of 20. V. fc. J-ve
Orab Wool ShirU. used but serviceable.
A' grade. $14.50 par dosen. $1.95 singly;
B grade. $12.00 das.; singly. $160 each.
U. S. Army OMve Drab Wool Breeches,
used but serviceable. 'A grade. l-jo
rtoren. singly $2.35 pair; 'B' grade $12.00
dosen. $1.95 pair. U. S. Army Canvas
Haversacks with leather shoulder straps,
used but serviceable; excellent for camp
ing, etc.. 95c each. U. S. Army Galvan
ised Garbage Cans, used but In good con
dition. For Institutions. Restaurants,
Mills. City Health Department, etc.
Worth $3.60. Special $1.75 each. U. S.
Army Galvanized Iron Water Buckets,
four grades and sixes. 25c, 5ic, 75c and
J1.00 eacn. U. 8. Army Leather Russet
Waist Belts, used but In good rendition.
EOe each. English Knife Bayonets, make
s fine carving, hunting, fish knife, etc.
Sheffield steel, cost about $3.50. eacn 60o.
Steel scabbards to fit this bayonet, 60e.
II. 8. Army Axes, various weignts. from
45c, 66c, 5c, $1.13 each. V. s. Army
Blocked Tin Cupa. nearly new. 4',4 tn.
dia.. 2H In. deep. $1.00 do., 10c each.
V. 8. Army Blocked Tin Cups, quart six.
10c each, or $1.00 per dosen. TJ. S. Army
Aluminum Cups. 5 in. dia.. 2Vi in. deep.
J 5c each. $1.50 dosen. TJ. E. Army blocked
tin oflding Meat or Mess Pan; used but
In good serviceable condition. With iid
find handle. 25c. or $2.25 doz. A splendid
camping utensil. Army Rifles. 43 cat
Beaumont 6 shot repeater. Will shoot
ball and shot cartridges, standard ammu
nition U. M. C $9.50 each. Manila Rope,
nn sizes, in spiendia condition, zsc id.
U. S. Army Folding Canvas Cots, used
but serviceable, $2.95 eavh. U. S. Army
Steel Cots, used but serviceable. . $3.93
each. U. S. Army Ticket Selling Ma
chine, nearly new. adjustable. $99.00:
1. 000 tickets, special. 6,000 places assorted
U. S. Army Enamelware. Everything for
Commissaries, Chain Gangs, Campers,
etc. Special bargains in army goods of
all kinds. We deal In army roods ex
clusively. Terms: U. S. government n.
quires us to pay cash when we buy. We
sell for cash only. No C. O. T. orders
accepted. Money back If not satisfied.
ukauu;t bonded warehouse co.
Greenville. S. C.
FOR SALE Household
furniture and Harlev
Davidson three speed motor
cycle, account leaving town.
Real Bargains. At 1108 E.
Jackson St. 9759
FOR SALE Five room bungalow, 60 ft.
lot. near ahlpyard. If seeking a bar
gain, here It Is. Terms. Apply Owner,
614 South O street. 9764
FOB SALE Gasoline engine, eight horse
power; also set of electrical books.
Can be seen at 706 E. Chase. 97fi3
FOR SALE Folding door. 36x9. One
grill. Cabinet mantle. Gas fixtures.
China cabinet. Apply 21 West Belmont
or phone 316. 9774
FQR SALE Motor boat, sixteen feet
length, four horse Gray engine. Al
condition, price $123. For information or
demonstration call phone 766.' 977."
' First class repairing on bicy
cles, guns, pistols, graphophones
and sewing machines, done by
M. C. Chancey, 14 West Inten
dencia Street. 9872-tf.
FOR 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 Daggagd
md moving household goods at
short notice. Ring phone 61
Hallmark Transfer Co.
elecfrVo ti.ZVZ. yiean. wen ventilated.
?!S.J2!?U?. OTt room,
ana iuo natns
br the .VTr5'":- P. Kocm,
Maniger.' " wV?A!i
FOR PENT Two furnished lisht house-
It2b,e rnt- Apply 10 Ea3t Gre
gory St. . 0727
LARGE sunny famished rooms, private
entrance: also for Hrht housekoeolng
with lr f r -w ....
. . : cln- oulet place, on car line ani
b-i V iu. iri!oruiuie pncsi.
Vine Tor flru rtv .-v .... i .
Vl- 8tH N. Alcanla St.
FO,R, WRMNT On furMshed room on
'iii. infirm conveniences, iiz"
.erth Palafox. Phone 167. 9477
FOR RENT Furnished room; excep
tionally wn furnished; very desirable
neighborhood; family of two: all modem
conveniences. 419 W. eSoo St. Phone
-230. . n4t
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 Tor rooms at
San Carlos. In annex, rooms for one,
$25.00 up: two. $30 up: in main build
ing, for oni, $45 up; two. $5C00 up. Apr.lv
to clerk on duty.
FOR RENT Half double bouse remodeled
Into private flat: unfurnished. Ttiree
large rooms, a trunk room, closet hall,
porches and hath. $30 per month. Kour
Mocks from San Carlos Hotel. Apply IS
N. Rues, or phone 834.
FOR RENT Furnished front room. House
thoroughly screened. Two blocks of
San Carlos Hotel. Apply 121 West
FOR RENT One furnished house, com
plete, three bed rooms, kitchen, dining
room. Address, Mri. W. A. Bell, Wa.--rirgton,
FOR RENT One large furnished room.
all conveniences. Apply 616 North
Palafox street. 96i2
FOR RENT One furnished room for one
or two gentlemen. 517 E. Zarragoss
FOR RENT 15-rootn notel. modern, two
baths. Downtown district Few doors
from Palafox street. Apply phone 2270
at 12 noon or 4 p. m. 9658
FOR RENT OR SALE
A five-room cottage situ
ated at 320 West Cervantes
street. Gas, electric light
and other modern conveni
ences. Apply next door 31
W. Cervantes or phone 1791.
FOR RENT One furnished room for one
or two gentlemen, nrivnte family.
Mock from T. M. C A. Modern conven
iences. Phone 316. Apply 21 W. Bel
mont St. 9694
FOR RENT Furnished front room In
heart of city with sM conveniences.
Phone 13S2. Apply 28 W. Romano St.
FOR RTTT Connecting furnished Hgnt
housekeeping rooms. south front,
screened, near bath, rood neighborhood,
near car line and depot. 806 E. Belmont.
(No children). 971
FOR RENT By week or month." largo
roomy tents on Ba$ou Texsr and Llttlo
Rayou. city water. Apply Lee Danieil.
Phone 6S4. 9794
FOR RENT Restaurant and rooming
house. ood location. good business,
leaving cltv on account of Illness. Ad
dess L 133 W. Government St. 9678
FOR RENT To a c.ouple. two front
rooms, all screened, furnished for light
housekeeping, adjoining bath, hot and
cold water, gas for cookinsr. electric lisrht
and use of phone. Telephone 1993. 9733
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
for liahfc bou-ekeeolnsr. Bat attached.
Front and back galleries. Apply 407 E.
FOR RENT Completely
furnished modern 9-room
hcuse, iNorth Mill on car
line, July and August at $100
per month. Pensacola Rental
and Insurance Agency, 10 S.
DANCING TAUGHT, at 30 West Greg
ory street For Infrwmatlon. phono ft.
Children's elasa Tuesday and Frldaj
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
FOR RENT Light ' housekeeping: ana
.irriJins rwniB, uui ana com water
shower bath and modern conveniences"
Apply 21Sj South Palafox St. Phone 5S..
FOR RENT Well furnish
ed bungalow, North Hill,
Falafox street. Desirable,
Box 1214. 9655
FQR RENT Four furnish
ed rooms for light house
keeping, in very desirable
neighborhood, near car line.
15 W. Belmont, phone 473.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished bungalow,
modern conveniences, two sleeping
porches, close in on East Hill, 503 East
Jackson street. Apply at L. & N. City
Ticket Office, San Carlos Hotel. 9770
FOR RENT Rooms, with board, to cou
ple, with or without children, or young
men. Phone 219. 977S
FOR RENT Desirable room on North
Hill. Phone and bath. Gentlemen only.
Ring phone 1287 or apply 12 East Gads
FOR RENT Nicely furnished two room
apartment; large front porch, bath,
hot and cold water, electric lights; thor
oughly screened. Also garage for rent.
213 West Gregory. Apply to 206 West
FOR RENT Completely furnished bun
galow, six rooms and bath. East HM1.
one block from car line, for two months
beginning July ' 15. Reasonable rent.
Phone 1774. 9772
FOR RENT Year lease, four room fur
nished cottage, bath, electricity, $60 pr
mcnth. PenBacola Finance Co. 9776
FOR RENT Furnished house, to couple
without children, near business district,
modern improvements. Apply Pensacola
Dairy Co.. Telephone 1321. 3777
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, call at store 142 West Zarra
oBsa, corner Barcelona, or phone 602.
In memory of Col. Frank I
Mayes, and tn recognition of he
rrlrlt of helpfulness tht was Ms.
The Jeuenal will insert under thla
classification, free advertisements
for those In need of emplcvment.
WANTED Position fcy experienced aalea
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 acquaintedwlth the city, can fur
nish reference: willing wor.Ver. Address,
Boy, care Journal.
WIITj buy Ford Roadatet-, State pne?,
and for arpolnl:n nt. address G N.,
YOUNG MAN stnographer-bookkeeyer
and aU-round office man. wants ,osi
tion. Wants location where only ability
counts. Bst of reference fjrnished.
Address "Steno-Bookkeeper," care Jour
POSITION WANTED By young man of
good moral character and high school
education, as stenographer-typewriter,
clerk or office assistant. Experienced In
office work. Address P. O. Box 270.
EXPERIENCED Bookkeerer desires
small set of books to keep during even
inars ond spore time. Address Accountant.
cr .Tnnrnnl. 97 f
tUtYb JbAKX miV1Y selling the Pen
mcola Journal, daiir and -Sunday.
Wanted ?00 boys dally snd 200- bov
Suiidays K. make from 50o to $5 - day.
See C'-culat'on Mmagr any moriJ-ig
WANTED Coopers, white or
colored ; on tight barrels. Write
Dallas Cooperage Company, Dal
WANTED Clerk with experience in in
surance office preferred. Good chance
for promotion. Give references and sal
ary expected to begin with. Address In
surance, care Journal. 9763
WANTED Colored porter at Manhattan
Hotel. Apply in person to manager.
STENOGRAPH ERS VV ANTK!-.ajtiSte-wlth
the emplorment deoartrrent of the
Fan-American College. Rooms 74 V 4
Brent Bldg. No rharge. Fonltlom
WANTED Woman that wants good
home and willing to make herself use
ful with all household duties, widow with
child not objectionable. Send reference
and address. Box 6. Bluff Springs, Fla.
i- v.nhr riven that Grlmlar
Brothers purchaser of -Certificate No.
591. dated the 4th day of June. A. JJ.
1917. has filed said certificate tn my of
fice and ha made application for tax
deed to Issue In accordance with 1fw.
Said certificate embrace the following
described property, situated In Eacamot
County. Florida, to-wit: S. 4 S.
W. Section. 31. Township North.
Range 33 West .
tti mm land beinr assessed at the
date of issuance of such certificate In the
name of Chaa. E. ana Delia K.raoei.
Unless raid certificate shall be redeem
ed xvnrriinf to law. tax deed will Issue
t Hereon on the 4th day of August, A- 1.
(Seal) JAS. MACGIBBOI. Clerk,
VAXTEDYour i urniture and
household goods to pack and
crate at reasonable r-ric. Hall--nark
Transfer Co. Phone 618.
WANTED Tour Ion fronting and order
for engravlnr of al! Vlnds. alMng cards
wrdlnr Invitations, etc. MATES PRINT.
NG v,0.. 24 West 3overnm?nt. 81
XVL7'1 wrn r Machines and
SJRTNO rNSTRXTMENTS to repair.
Win put them tn good condition and
gnerantee he work; thirty yeara exrer
nce. Phone 791. f will ca!L M E. Oar
''en St. J. TL Blakley. Tlo
WANTED Phonographs of all kinds
repaired and new sDrlncs out i.T. The
Piano Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St., phone
WANTED People who are
interested in giving priv
ate dances, picnics or bath
incr parties. Before deciding:
where to go, phone 9121, Vic
tory Inn, A. S. Wolfe, Prop.
WE buy hogs. The Pensa
cola Piggerv Co. Phone
462 or 1337.
HIGH PRICES FOR
Will pay until July 1st, the
following prices for liides, etc
Particular attention paid to
Green hides, 24c pound.
Green Salted hides, 26c pound.
Mixed house rags, 1 l-2c
Auto tires, 2 l-4c pound.
Inner tube, 6c pound.
Also good price for scrap
metal, second hand bags and
311 East Intendencia Street
Phone 1279; Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED Large kitchen range, good
condition, also good second hand dining
room furniture. Mail description and
prices to P. O. Box 302. De Funiak
Springs, Fla. 7960
WANTED TO BUY New or second
hand Fot.l touring body or will trade
with truck body, best condition. X. T.
'A., care Journal.
WANTED By couple, two furnlahed
rooms for light housekeeping, near or
convenient to shipyard. Reasonable and
modern. Have our own stove and table.
Address I. R. II., care Journal. 97B9
WASHING WANTED Rough dry. in
Kast Hill section, by white woman;
first class work guaranteed. For In
formation, phone 173; address, 1506 E.
ljRua St. 96CI
WANTED Several floor
show cases. Apply at
once. . Mayes Printing Co.,
17 W. Government St. 9667
WANTED Mat aw Parrot (female). Will
pay reasonable ttrice. Dr. J. L. Ingram.
22 So. Palafox St. ..9fii!5
WANTED TO BTTT Repeater 22 RlfTe.
Puss Long, 22 East Side Apartments.
WANTED Two or three milch cows.
Price -.must be reasonable for cah.
L B. Thompson, Route A. 9685
WANTED New five paasenger Ford car.
(iniv nw mder fitted for self-starter
considered. X60. . 9757
WANTED To buy one or two acres for
gardening, close in. Phone 1528, Jk
for Mr. C. F Andrews. J741
LOST AND FOUND
LOST OR STRAYED A Collie Dog an
swering to name of Koncho. Suitable
reward for return or information leading
to return. R. M. Cary, 904 N. Bar??
FOUND The best place in town to et a
Buster Brown. Fillinglm Barber Shop.
104 E. Wright St. 9368
LOST Key ring containfne bunch ot
keys and extra key ring wijh one key
on it Tuesday. Fir.der please return to
Consolidated Grocery Co., and receive
LOST Friday or Saturday. g61d chain
and cross, enirraved Lona. Finder
please return to Mrs. D. LaRua, 106 East
Gregory St. 6-30-3t
LiOST Saturday, two reports of he
chsmber of commerce and several can
celled checks. Lt. Masek. Naval Air Kta
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
Arrival and departure or paasenger
trsfns at Pensacola, Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
6:30 p.m. Montgomery. Bir
Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. 5t. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis 12:10 p.m.
6:30 p.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile 12:20 p.m.
S :30 p.m. Atlanta. Washing
ton. New York .... 12:20 j.ra.
6:43 am. Montgomery. Bir
Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 am. Memphis, St Loula.
Chicago . . . 10:45 p.m.
:46 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile 01:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washlng-
ton. New Tork .... 10:45p.m.
:45p.m. .. Mobile Local .. 6:00a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee . . . ' (:16 a.m.
I9:t$ p.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee C:65 p.m.
Daily excep. Sunday.
GOT A SUIT that needs cleaning, press
ing, dyeing, or all three. Possibly it
ls some holes or rips, sleeves or legs
too long or too short, or perhaps it Just
needs fixing with a new suit I will fix
it some way. Phone 952 or call at No. 8
E. Intendencla St. for best service or
quality, reasonable prices and quick de
livery. G. W. Reeve, "Suits that Fit."
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grlndlnr Knla Rh.m ftt,
Baas. 2Sr, 223 K. Intendencla St Crona
Cut saws gummed. $806
3. L. BLEDSOE Upholsterer, furniture.
carpet matting, shade and linoleum
worker. Cnrpets and ruga cleaned and
ooured. Venetian olinds repaired. r
W. Government St 964
MISCELLANEOUS $23.00 reward for a
Job that coewi't have worry attached.
Don't won-jr about your leaky roof.
Don't worry about your repair work.
Don't worry about your new house you
are going to build. Just phone 2228 and
call Smith. He will tske care of all your
troubles. W. 11. fimith. 218 East Oarts
W. E. Lazelle, Expert Ffano
Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi
anos a Specialty. All work
guaranteed. Phon 204.
PIANO TUNING AND
No matter what the cost
or the make of your Piano.
Tuning is as necessary as the
strings or the keys. Exami
nation free. We guarantee to
THE PIANO SHOP
Z. A. THOMAS,
18-20 E.' Garden St. Phone
COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul
ing, packing, storing.
-WHEN in need of any transfer
work, ring, up 61& ITallmark
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. I
FREE MAPS of Great Texas Oil Flell
and other valuable Information to all
interested enough to send stamp. Stiow
great Btirburnett Field and other Texas
oil fields. Publioitv Der- . it k. Oil
Ass'n. 114 E 8th St.. Fort Worth. ?73
WANTED To know where Viola Walk
er (colored) is located. Dark com
plexion, round face, square shoulders,
about five feet, two or three inches tall.
Her husband is a cripple. Follows iho
turpentine business; I would like very i
much to get in touch with her. Anyone
knowlner of h-r whereabouts will please
notify her father. John W. Walker, at
Mauricevilie, Texas. 9634
WANTED The people who are Inter
ested in buying good milk to know
that all the cattle kept at the Dixla
Dairy have stood the tuberclar test
given by the state, and if It's better
milk you want, rina- phone 6104. Whole
sale and retail, delivered daily. R. F.
Jemigan. Owner, seven years service.
MRS. A. C. LAMBERT and Miss Emma
Blount. Splrella Corsetieres for Pensa
cola. Phone 2349. 9762
ANYONE wishing the service of Kate
Davis, nurse and midwife, can find her
at any time at 411 West Gadsden St.
Phone 1664. 6636
Pensacola todqe 311.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of . hall.
J. N. Smith, Wm. P. Dana.
Recording Secretary. Pretident
PENBCAOLA LODGE, NO.4. 1 O. O. F
Pensacola Lodge No 4 1. O. O. F..
m-ttts ever Thursday xt 7:80 p. m. in
Raiford Hall, Corner Baylen and Bel
mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited.
M. W. PETERSON. K. O
B. NICOLAN. Mecordln Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
PensacoTa Council No. 25. Junior Order
United American Mechanics, meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays. 4 p. m., at K.
of P. Hal!. Ill B. Intetndenda St. over
McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor
W. E. KINO, Rec. Sec.
8. A. BRITT. Con.
Carpenters and Joiners Local SIS meet
every Thursdsy night at W. O. W
Ronana and Baylen streets, st p. m.
H. PAULSEN, Prea.
W. IT. LANG FORD. Hecy.
Roa-nlaf mMtlir nt Klnrlda. Chanter NO.
9. O. E. 8.. Tuesday. July 2. at 6 p. m.
Visiting memocrs comianv weicomea.
MRS. EMMA ROGERS. W. L
MRS. MARGUERITE LTLE. Secy.
. L.&GAL NOTICE. ;-
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
All water bills will be due July 1. 191!.
payable at office of the Water Depart
CUv A discount of 6 per cent
will be allowed on all blffa paid on or
before the 10th of July. All consumer
who have not paid by Aug. 1. 1919. ara
subject to have water service discon
tinued without further notice, and
penalty of fi.oo wiu be charged lor turn-
ing on again.
PENSACOLA WATER WORKS.
Notice Is h.nhv rlv.M .1... rilmtA
Jt1".01"?1""- purchasers of Certificate N.-
1ated..,th 4th ' J"". -A-
1917, has filed aald certificate in my of
lice .and haa mrf. . nnlu. iAn . .
t to!il"u la ecordance with law..
m M certificate embraces the follow!"
", u" property, situated In Escambl
County, Florida, to-wit: 8. E. U of N. W
4. Section 11. Tw.hl. i.
The aald lant ...
date of the issuance of Such certificate
Jnthe name of Chas. E. and Delia Kra-
Unless said certint. -v.n
. . - . v rm ,-waTm
ed according to law. tax deed will asut
1919 ' y or AuWBt. A. rx
oawiw0 JAS" MACOIBBON- C1rk
NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Mra. J. II.
iu n. EU.rcha"er r Certificate No.
a T?"d,u2,9-1'wUtod. tn "h d- o' ".
'J? ha" flld ",d oertiflcatea tn
my office and haa made application
fLtal. d;'l t0 iv' ,n accordance with
law bald application embraces the fol
lowing described property, situated .n
KscamMa County. Florida, to-wit: N. K.
i?JSl N' W' ii''ecUon l. townahlp 1
f-, ran?e 30 W'"t an n acre de
scribed In l. hni t H. ... c
vl iiorth range 30 West
.VT mna De,n asseased at the data
of the Issuance of such certificate In -r.l
,1amUof w- J- D'mlr and Gonaales
iradlng Company, respectively.
hA" S "ald cortlflcatea shall be re-'
deemed according to law. tax deed will
a i. i9i9on on th 4th day of Arut
o-wIa,) JAS' MACGIBBON. CTerk.
6 -J h'phJr rven to creditors.
h-8' 11,,rbutec8 and all persona
if.X! "S cJ&lH, or d'mands against th
' Gldon Murphy, deceased, to
EJ!!?nt. the. .Bm o the undersigned,
within two f2) years from the first pub
lication of this notice. May 14th. 1919
JOHN CLAY SMITH.
v. . NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that Luther ,
Gandy. purchaser of Certificate No. 4S0.
dated the 4th day of June. 1917. haa filed
said certificate In my office and has made -application
for Tax Deed to Issue In ac
cordance with law. Said certificate em- ,
braces the following described property
a'tuated in Escambia County, Florida, to
wit : ,
Southeast quarter of southeast quarter
Section 185 North Range 31 West. The
raid land beini? assesaed at the date -of
the Issuance of aald certificate In the
name of C. B. Raymond.
Unless said certificate shall be redeem
ed according to law tax deed will lastie
thereon en the 10th day of July, A. D.,
JAS. MACGIBBON. '
Clerk Circuit Court
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 7 a. m.,
for Camp Walton. Arrives"
back Friday 11 a. m.
Saturday open for charter.
FRANK rL HEIfNING,
Telephone 788 or 1965
We Will Bond You.
918 Phones 919 .
Tons of Pressure
O. K. TIRE SHOP
24 Wast Cardan Strt
1 Maxwell, 5 pass.
1 Reo, 5 pass.
2 Chevrolets, 5 pass.
1 Dodge, 5 pass.
1 Ford Truck, 1 ton worm
1 Studebaker, 7 pass.
United Auto Seles Co
Garden and Baylen,
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