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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1919. 19 THE JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ARE RESULT GETTERS READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE Phone 1500 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 lowing morning. V FOR SALE FOl 8ALE Second hand sowing ma chines, ail makes.. IS.0J up. Outran teed. . Keynald Music Horw. Phone 1717. 1235 LIBERTY DaIKY FEITD MAJCES MOfttJ M5N3AC:OLA FEED COMPANT FOR SALE Our services . to haul your trunks and baggage to or from tha depot at short notice. Hallmark Transfer Co. Phone 618. FOR SALE Guitar, In fine condition. Piano Shop, 18 E. Garden St. 9051 FOR SALE A high grade si ndn-rt make. sllgi tiT Used new piano. Tr Faro Shop, 18-20 E. Garden St. 9C4 FOR SALE Five shj.'-es American N. tnal Bank stock. Msk- best offer Address "Ci," p. o. Box 1041. 94t7 PORTO RICO rOTATO PLANTS A safe crop if planted by Jy. 15;h. ''per 1,000. 10,000 for $12.50. Prompt shipment Good plants. John Aldridge, Tal f Iahassce- Fla. CG50 StfMER PIICIS for nil the family, H3.i5. Send for descriptive, circular. Duck iTT'Pcr. rubber pole. Tjfumatlc heel. Cen tra! Rules Co., s?)n Ninth Ave., New York. FOR SALE Ono 'en truck, computing scales and mt sllcer In rood con dition. Apclv Porter's Bazaar. 115 N. 1'nlnfox Ft. 9711 FOR SALE A saw mill H5 horse power, complete and in good condition. Will take $1 ,250.00. This is a bar gain. Address Drawer A. Coden, Ala. 9902 FOR SALE Iron bed steads and springs. Appy 50 E. Chase St., or phone 1129. 96R2 FOR SAT.-: One Poland China and Berkshire sow, weitrMlns 250 lbs. One Tf-1 Rock male welshing 300 lbs. 970.00 -r the two. Address James V. Colvfn. Houte i. Citv. 9747 for SALE Excellent building: site, two lots N. E. corner 16th Ave. and Cer vantes, on" cr.r line, and 1 bloct f'om Ta venie'it. A bargain for quick sale. Apnly f. M. TJerrlngton. 1112 North fth Ave. Phone 1927. 97'M PORTO RICO POTATO PLANTS $1.2" thou-nnd. Good strong plants and prompt shipment guaran teed. Tf it is plants von wnnt send us vour order. T. L. White. Tallahassee. Fla. FOR SALF To motor bonts without encln. 1! and 21 fet long: must eit before July i. Can fit boat with engine 1 fWIra Penraro'a. Ci ETlne f- Pup. r'y Co . 713 S. Palafox St.. Phone 680. 9673 FOR SALE Two iron beds sowings and niattrcses: two sowing machines: one cl-k; two new ice boxes; bargain: nr will exchange for counter scales. 23 N. Snrinsr St., corner Chaso. 9753 FR SALE Automobile Repairs. Spa's f-r few cars. Second hand parts. Anv rnrl ev-y twiner to and for an ai'o. Ad dress Tt. R. Kiltlinger. 10 S. Brue St. Phone 800. FOR SALE 1 Stevtrs D irvea 6-cyllnder car ' " ennd share. Can be seen at f-rcen E,,!l" Co.. Cedar street between Fa! ntox and Pavlen streets. Phone 297. 9721 FOR, S.t E orev bahv. carriage aood as new. $;o. Phone 913 or call 116 Wt Oonzsliz. 9731 FOR SALE "Nice small home at East Prent Snt!on. F-r nartlcti'ars address Andrew Peterson. Route A, Box 28. Cltv. 974 FOR SALE Furniture of five room house. Aprly to 509 East Gadsden St. Jfr'OR SALE Corner lot in Fisr City. 7Vi miles north on Flnmnton road; 25 benr lue fisr trees, f'ne location. $75 cash for nutk sale. Address Fig, care Journal 9780. FOR SA' E One second hand five pass-jengt-r Ford, rood condition. After four v m. call at 1311 E. Bralnard or phone l'.'3. 9788 FOR SALE Poland China hogs, two bred sows and one sow with seven pigs seven weeks old. C. L. Thompson. East Pensacola Heights, Phone 1085. These Two Dwellings Owned and occupied by owners who will gladly show in terested parties. 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 Have Houses For Sa!fT PHONE S67 FOR SALE FOR SALE. The following used cars in A No. 1 mechanical condi tion, easy terms: 1 Ford speedster, $350, a bargain. 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, $600, newly painted, a bar gain. I Studebaker roadster, $225, a bargain. PENSACOLA BUICK CO. Phone 465 FOR SALE Rabbits. Because of leaving city am offering- at sacrifice entire stock, forty Rufus Red Belgian 1300 E. Moreno St. Phone 2016. FOR SALE U. 8. Army Tents. l?xll ft. high. 3-foot wall, 12.4 o. but serviceable. Quantity limited M h. they last. 619.95 each. U. S. Army Ot ficers Tants, 9x9 ft.. 122.00 each; ?xl ft.. J24.50 each. IT. S. Army Tent I'Ues. 9.16 ft.. $10.00 each; 12x14 ft.. $ 13.95 each V. S. Army Shelter Tents, for cainplng. children, etc.. $3.93 each. U. S. Army Uefrljrerators. Grand RapldM. 'W-lb. ice cipacity. 2 largre compartments, 6 rt. I nii,n i ft. wide. 1 feet deep each; worth $Sju. i .it. -r. ...h tt s. Army Refrig erators. C. "v. Hill. 6 ft. high. 5 ft- wide. 2 compartments. Ice capacity o" worth $200; special, $75. U. S. Army Re trlgerators. Alaska. S ft. high. 5 ft. wide. 4 compartments, ice cafacii ow side feed ice chamber on top; very thins for markets; worth $400; special $150.00. U. S. Army Comforts, commercial, usea, in bales of 20 each. We sell them as they come from the government. hie they last $25.00 per bale of 20. U. S. O.lve Urab Wool Shir-., used but servlceab.e. A' grade. $14.60 p-r dozen. $1.95 singly; U' grade. $12.00 doa.; singly. $150 each. f. S. Army Olive Drab Wool Breeches, used but serviceable. 'A grade, $4.o'i cSoren. singly $2.35 pair: 'B' grade $12.00 dozen. $1.95 pair. U. S. Army Canvas Haversacks with leather shoulder straps, used but serviceable; excellent for camp ing, etc.. 93c each. V. S. Army Galvan ized Garbage Cans, used but in good con dition. For Institutions, Restaurants, Mills. City Health Department, etc. Worth $3.0. Special $1.75 each. TJ. S. Army Galvanized Iron Water Buckets, four grades and sizes. 25c. 5c. 76c and J1.00 each. U. S. Army Leather Russet Waist Belts, used but In good condition, SOc each. English Knife Bayonets, make t fine carving, hunting, fish knife, etc. Sheffield steel, cost about $3.. eacn 50c. Steel scabbards to fit this bayonet, 5c. V. S. Arm v Axes, various weignts, from 45c. 65c, 95c, $1.13 each. U. S. Army Blocked Tin Cups, nearly new. 44 In. dla.. 2V4 in. deep, $1.00 doz.. 10c each. U. S. Army Blocked Tin Cups, quart siz. 10c each, or $1.00 per dozen. TJ. S. Army Aluminum Cups. 5 in. dla., 24 In. deep. 15c each, $1.K0 dozen. TJ. E. Army blocked tin oflding Meat or Mess Pan; used but in good serviceable condition. With !id r.nd handle. 25c. or $2.25 dos. A splendid camping utensil. Army Rifles. 43 cal. Beaumont. 6 shot repeater. Will shoot ball and shot cartridges, standard ammu nition 'U. M. C $9.50 each. Manila Rope, all sizes. In splendid condition, 23c ib. V. S. Army Folding Canvas Cots, used but serviceable, $2.3 each. TJ. S. Army Steel Cots, used but serviceable. $3.95 each. TJ. S. Army Ticket Selling Ma chine, nearly new. adjustable, $99.00: 2.000 tickets, special. 5.000 pieces assorted U. S. Army Enamelware. Everything for Commissaries, Chain Gangs, Campers, etc. Special bargains in army goods of nil kinds. We deal in army goods ex clusively. Terrrrs: U. S. government ri oulres us to pay cash when we buy. We sell for cash only. No C. O. D. orders accepted. Money back If not satisfied. BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO. Greenville, S. C. FOR SALE Household furniture and H a r 1 e y Davidson three speed motor cycle, account leaving town. Real Bargains. At 1108 E. Jackson St. 9759 FOR SALE Five room bungalow, 50 ft. lq, near shipyard. If seeking a bar gain, here it is. Terms. Apply Owner. CI 4 South O street. 9764 FOR SALE Gasoline engine, eight horse power; also set of electrical books. Can be seen at 706 E. Chase. 97C3 FOR SALE Folding door, 36x9. One grill. Cabinet mantle. Gas fixtures. China cabinet. Apply 21 West Belmont or phone 316. . 9774 FOR SALE Motor boat, sixteen feet length, four horse Gray engine. Al condition, price $123. For Information or demonstration call phone 766. 9775 BICYCLE SHOP ' First class repairing on bicy cles, guns, pistols, graphophones and sewing machines, done by . C. Cha'ncey, 11 West Inten dencia Street. 9872-tf. ELBERT Jt "MJBBS, Sales AgerJ FOR RENT SOR RENT Cur motor trucks by the hour or day on country trips or to the Naval Air Sta tion, also Co crating and packing of furniture, hauling oaggage -nd moving household goods at snort notice. Ring phone 618, Hallmark Transfer Co. JlrNTrH':teT Rano. 19 1-2 -crest for J.f'te?. r?cm C-Dlest rooms -1 mr " shower and tub bathe toi fii- .Vr:n' FOc Room ErTI?tL ab Pt. Frank WIMu. LARG, sunny furntened rooms, private entrance: also for Hrht honsekoeoing with kitchenette. gas. phone. rth. cle"- nulet p!aee, on car line and walking distance. Reasonable prices, rine f.r one or two mi or married cou ple. 8n N. Alcanl St. OR RENT One furnished room on. North Hill. Modern conveniences. 1120 orth Palafox. Phone 167. 9472 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. 125.00 up; two, $30 up; In main build ing, for one, $45 up; two, $5C00 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. $30 per month. Four blocks from San Carlos Hotel. Apply IS N. Rues, or phone 854. FOR RNT Furnished front room. House thoroughly screened. Two blocks of San Carlos Hotel. Apply 121 West Chase St. 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. Zarragossa St. 9633 FOR RENT 15-room hotel, modern. twr baths. Downtown district. Few door.n from Palafox street. Apply phone 227t t 12 noon or 4 p. m. 9638 FOR RENT One furnished room for one or two gentlemen, private family, H 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. Phone 13S2. Apply 28 W. Romano St. 9689 FOR RETTT Connecting furnished light housekeeping rooms. south front, screened, near bath, good neighborhood, near car line and depot. 806 E. Belmont. (No children). 9S71 FOR RENT By week or month, larga roomy tents on Bani Texar and Llttlo Bayou, city water. Apply Lee Danle'l. Phone 6S4. 9794 FOR RENT To a couple, two front rooms, all screened, furnished for light housekeeping, adjoining bath, hot and cold water, gns for cooking, electric lieht and use of phone. Telephone 1993. 9733 FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for lieht housekeenlng. Bath attached. Front and back galleries. Apply 40" E. Gregorv St. 9S6 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. FOR PENT Tear lease, four room furn ished cottare. bath, electricity. $60 per ! month; B" v Shore. Also city cottage, six rnms fur:i'.'iel. J6n per m"mn. 9789 PENSACOLA FINANCE CO. 1AW4-TV FOR RENT Two furnished apartments, no children. Apply to Mrs. H. G. De Silva. 110 W. Gadsren St. Phone 52. 9702. FOR RENT Nlcelv furnished uneal"W. .modern conveniences. two sleeping porches, close In on East Hiill 503 Ertf( Jackson street. Apply at 616 E. Gadsden St. after o'clock. ST70 MORTG ft SgJLOAN S 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. TAXI SERVICE. SAN CAKLOS TAXI EX CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt service. Courteous, careful drivers, 7965 ARTESIAN WELLS ARTESIAN WELLfi Will put 1ft wells 4 t? 20 Inches diameter, any i'oth and guarantee -"racer. Writ for- fin Iruormm Uor, Ortr Arceatea Wn rx, . O. B IflTT er Phone 44V. Sit J.P.REMICH&SONS "The Store That 8tiffe Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 FOR RENT FOR RENT Light housekeeping ' and sleeping rooms, hot and cold water, shower bath and modern conveniences! Apply ZlSrs South Palafox St. Phone 580. FOR RENT Well furnish ed bungalow, North Hill, Palafox street. Desirable, Box 1214. 9655 FOR RENT Four furnish ed rooms for light house keeping, in very desirable neighborhood, near car line. 15 V. Belmont, phone 473. 9752 FOR RENT Nicely furnished bungalow; modern conveniences, two sleeping porches, closo in on East Hill, 503 East Jackson street. Apply at U & 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 den. 9767 FOR RENT Nicely furnished two room apartment; large front porch, bath, hot and cold water, electric lights; thor oughly screened. Also garage for rent. 212 West Gregory. Apply to 206 West Gregory. 976s FOR RENT Completely furnished bun galow, six rooms and bath. East HMl. one block from car line, for two months beginning July 13. Reasonable rent. Phone 1774. 9772 FOR RENT Tear lease, four room fur nished cottage, bath, electricity, $60 p?r mcnth. Pensacola Finance Co. 9776 FOR RENT Furnished house, to couple without children, near business district, modern improvements. Apply Pensacola Dairy Co.. Telephone 1321. 9777 FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or unfur nished, call at store 142 West Zarra ossa, corner Barcelona, or phone 502. 9755 POSITIONS "W ANTED In memory of Col. Frank l Mayes, and in recognition of the spirit of helpfulness that was hie. The Journal will Insert under t)ls classification, free dvertlsem.is for those In need of emplevment. WANTED Position by experienced sales man, commission basis preferred. Ad dreEs P. O. Bo 1024. City. WANTEDrBY 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 tho city, can fur nish reference: willing worker. Address, "Hoy," care Journal. WILL buy Ford Roa1ste. State price, and far i poinljm nt. address G, N., care Journal. YOCNO MAN stenographer-bookkeeper and p'l-round office man. wants ,oi tion. Wants location n-here only ability counts. Best of rferences furnished. Address "Steno-Rookkeeper," care Jour nal. 6-29-7t POSITION WANTED Tiy young man of good moral char, :ter and high school education. as stenographer-typewriter, clerk or office assistant. Experienced In office work. Address P. O. Box 270. 9766 EXPERIENCED Bookkeeper desires small set of books to keep during even ins nnd spsre time. AddreFs Accountant. Cfr lonrrl. 72 POSITION WANTED By first class elec trician, eight years in general electricnl work: two years in both C. E. and D. C. armlture winding. Address X. T. Z., 101 9th St., Florala, Alabama. HELP MALE fcMVi niAKN MI'Ntii' Helling the Pen laicola Journal. dalir and Punday. Wanted ?00 boys daily and 200 hovi Sundays to malt from EOc to $5 day. Pee Crvulaton M?uagr any morning a o'cl jCSi. WANTED Coopers, white or colored ; on tight barrels. Write Dallas Cooperage Company, Dal las, Texas. WANTED Clerk with experience In In surance office preferred. Good chance for promotion. Give references and sal ary expected to begin Vlth. Address4n enrance. care Journal. 9763 WANTED Colored porter at Manhattan Hotel. Apply in person to manager. 96:S WANTED A good house boy. Apply 19 West Cervantes street. WANTED AT ONCE Boy with wheel for meat maiket. 241 W. Government St. 9784 HELP FEMALE S1ENOGF.APMERS WANTKO Kister with the employment deoartneent of the Pan-Amertcan College. Rooms J7 to SS Brent Bidg. No charge. Position wait ing 4841 WANTED Woman that wants a good home and willing to make herself use ful with all household duties, widow with child not objectionable. Send reference and address. Box 5, Bluff Springs. Fla. w9S SALESLADY WANTED or . the American Na tional Bank Lobby Cigar Store. Applv Frank Reilly Co., 311 S. Palafox St. WANTED Woman for general house work. Apply 100 W. Chase St. 978S WANTED WANTED Your furniture and household goods to pack and crate at reasonable price. Hall mark Transfer Co. Phone 618. rNG CO.. 54 Wet ' Govern mnt. 610 WANTFTj fl.wtnr Macfitaea and STRING INSTRUMENT? to repa.tr. win put them In good condition and rurrantee The work; thirty jrea.ra' exner nce. Phone THi. j will ca.lL ) B. 0r ('en St. J. Tt. Blakeley. Till WANTED Phonographs of all kinds repaired and new springs put in. The Piano Shop. 18-20 C Garden St., phone 1 91. C961 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 4 62 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 Large kitchen range, good condition, also good second hand dining room furniture. Mall description and prices to P. O. Box 302, De Funlak Springs, Fla. 7960 WANTED By counle, two furnished rooms for light housekeeping,' near "or convenient to shipyard. Reasonable and modern. Have our own stove and table. Address I. R. H., care Journal. 9769 WANTED Several floor show cases. Apply at once. Mayes Printing Co., 17 W. Government St. 9667 WANTED Macaw Parrot (female). Will pay reasonable tirice. Dr. J. L. Ingram. 22 So. Palafox St. ..9665 WANTED TO BIT" 'Repeater 22 Rifle. Puss Long, 22 East Side Apartments. 9722 WANTED Two or three milch cows. Price must be reasonable for cash. L. B. Thompson. Route A. 968S WANTED New five passenger Ford car. Onlv new model fitted for se'f-starter considered. X50. 9757 WANTED TO BUY A six room bunga low or modem cottage. East Hill Pr--frred. Address A. Care Journal. 97S3 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. Barce lona. 9771 FOUND The best niace in town to sret a Buster Brown. Fillingim Barber Shop. 104 E. Wright St. 9868 LOST Key ring containing bunch ot keys and extra key ring wlh one kev on it. Tuesday. Fir.der please return to Consolidated Grocery Co., and receive reward. 967'J LOST Saturday, two reports of he chamber of commerce and several can celled checks. Lt. Masek. Naval Air Sta tion. 97C4 LOST Larga white setter dog, small tan spots, right side of face tan. Answers name of Buster. Reward for return, 1012 N. Palafox St., Phone 1512. 9779 FOUND Tuesday morning. July 1st, Bi cycle. Tiger brand. Owner cttn have by paying costs; call at 1314 N. Davis St. 9790 LOST Bunch of keys between Central Pharmacy and Garden St. Return Boil er Makers.Unlon over Central Pharmacy. RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arrival - and departure or passenger 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. 6:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago, Memphis 12:30 p.m. S:30 p.m. New Orleans, Mo bile 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Atlanta. Washing ton. Ner York 12:30 J.m. i":45 am. Montgomery. Bir mingham. Nashvll.'e. Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Memphis. St. Louis. Chicago 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. New Orleans. Mo bile 01:45 p-tn. 5:43 a.m. Atlanta. Washing ton. New York . 10:45 p.m. 6:45p.m. .. Mobil Local .. 6:00a.m. :45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla hassee 6:15 a.nv 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville. Talla hassee ... ......... 6:65 p.m. Dally excen Sunday. UNITED STATES RAILROAD AasSFVlSTRATION ATKI Tour J-e jrwthia and orden fo -ngravlnr of s.1! V.Ind. filing cards wiJ!t) tnirltattorik f t M ivwa ofiwr. MISCELLANEOUS GOT A SL'IT that needs cleaning, press ing, dyeing, or all three. Possibly it has 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. Intendencia St. for best service or quality, reasonable prices and quick de livery. G. W. Reeve, "Suits that Fit." 9773 DK. HAMILTON THE PAW DENTIST. Sow Teeth Properly Treated; also OrUidlng Knives. Shears, etc. Hand SaS. 991 V. TntM1nill Kf Onu Cut saws gummed. 280S J. i. BLEDSOE TJpholeterer, furniture, cornet maftlnr ihf. o r,A linoleum worker. Carpets and rugs cleaned and courea. Venetian oiinas repairea. r W. Government St. 964 f MISCELLANEOUS 125.00 reward for a Job that roesn't have worry attached. Don't wor-y about your leaky roof. Don't worry about your repair work. Don't worry about your -new house you are going to build. Just phc- - ""2 and call Smith. He will take care vour troubles. W. II. Smith, 218 Eat ' den. PIANO TUNING W. E. Lazelle, Expert frJano 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 keys. Exami nation free. We guarantee to please. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. THOMAS, Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791. TR A N.S F S R 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. manacrer. PERSONAL 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 the turpentine business. I would like very much to get in touch with her. Anyone knowing of her whereabouts will please notify her father. John W. Walker, at Maurlceville. Texas. 9634 WANTED The people who are inter ested in buying good milk to know that all the .cattle kept at the Dlxlo Dairy have stood the tuberclar test j Kiven ny ine siai, una 11 11 neiier milk you want, ring phone 6104. Whole sale and retail, delivered daily. R. F. Jernlgan, Owner, seven years service. MRS. A. C. LAMBERT and Miss Emma Blount. Splrella Corsetieres for Pens:i eola. Phone 2349. 9783 A.MUnn wieninfr m service ot ivme Davis, nurse and midwife, can find her at anv time at 411 West Gadsden St. 1 pnnn. tfi4 663S LODGE NOTICES BROTHERHOOD OP ri AIL WAY CLERKS Pensacola t-odge 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each month. K. of x. hall. J. N. Smith. IVm. P. Da .a. Recording Secretary. PreLident 7607 PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO. 4. 1 O. O. V Pensacola Lodge No 4 L O. O. F.. metts ever Thursday it 7:30 p. m. In Ralford Hall, Corner aylen and Bel mont streets. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON, N. O S. NTCOLAN. Keoordin Secretary. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS PensacoTa Council No. 35. Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m., at K. of P. Hal!. Ill E. Intetndencla St.. over McHugh store. Visiting brothers cor dialy invited. W. E. KTNO. Ree. Sec. S. A. BRITT. Con. Carpenters ad Joiners Local 616 meets every Thursday night at W. O. Koreans and Baylen streets, at 6 p. ra. H. PAULSEN, Prea. W. II. LANGFORD. Secy. W. O. W. HALL Hickory Camp No. 21 Woodman of the World, meets every second and fourth Wednesday. 8 o'clock p. m. Corned Romana & Baylen Sts. C. J. Oerting, Clerk: C. D. Crooke, C. C. 9791 DANCING TAUGHT, at 206 Weet Greg ory street. For Infiiimatlon. phone 276. Children elaaa Toaaday and Frtda? .uAL NOTICE. AI?-C.E If!, WATCR CONSUMERS. nfent oi.V?f,f,lc.of th Water Depart wiH b ?u Ha,i A '8unt of 5 per cent before th lo, on aU blu Pa on r who have" 10.th L JSr- All consumers Subject fo K ia by Au- m9- t"nued i?ta.h7,.WRter 'Vict, discon nenatt t.h.t fuhr notice, and a ? .T afn 00 W,U bC Chre1 tor PENSACOLA WATER WORKS. 'nstatoV"t.C?nty Court cf tip anstrhqerJ,?edre,rnaPPW th M 1 UaheVrd 'Sofa PUb W. P. RICE. Pensacola pi r ,rk .Court Record. xensacoia. Fla.. July i,t lm SJuly NOTICE. ' Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Com missioners in and for thei County of Escambia, State c Florida, will meet in reg-1 ular session on Monday the! seventh day of July A. D.,j 1919, at 9 o'clock A. M., for. the purpose of hearing com-1 plaints and receiving testi-l mony as to the value of anvj property, real or personal, as ! fixed by the County Asses-! ior of taxes, reviewing andj equalizing the said assess ment. This 23rd day of Tunc, A. D 1919. JAS. MACGIBBON, Clerk Board County Com- NOTICE. All Phosphate Mines of Polf and Hilsboro County are declared unfair to organ ize labor. Pay no attention to recruiters or rumors of settlement. Stay away and keep away from the mining district until strike is set tled. Mulberry Mineral Workers Union No. 253. V. Urquhart, Scc'y.-Trcas. "LARK" City Wharf, Pensacola. Leaves Pensacola every Sunday 9 a. m., for Camp vvaiton. arrives uacK o:u p. m. Fare $2.00 round trip. . Monday open for charter. : Leaves Tuesday 7 a. m., ; for Camp Walton and Santa i Rosa. Arrives back Wed- nesday 2 p. m. Leaves Thursday 7 a. m., j for Camp Walton. Arrives back Friday 11 a. m. ; Saturday open for charter. FRANK H. HENNING, Telephone 788 or 1965 FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 B E T TER Vulcanizing with Tons of Pressure O. K. TIRE SHOP 24 Wast Garten Straat Dri-Curad Ratraading . 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. i 1 Studebaker, 7 pass. United Auto Sdes Co Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099.