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THE PENSACQLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1919.
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. FOR SALE FOR SALE isll, iNOTlCE. LODGE NOTICES 6! FOR HALK (Second hand win ma chines, all make. IS. 60 up. Guaran ty!. Reynatds Mualo Hori. Pncn iTi7. - jm LIBERTY DaIKT FE.CD MAKES MORE MILK TH;y3ACOLA FEED COMPACT FOR SALE Our services to haul your trunks ancl baggage to or from the depot at short notice. Hallmark Transfer Co. J'hone 618. KOR RATE-- Five, shades American St t'onal Panic stock. Mtk. best offer. Address "O." P. O. Box 1041. 47 FOR BALE Ops on true. con-Putin scales and mt slicer In eood con. dltlon. AqvIj Porter's Bazaar. 11R Pilafix St. 7U FOU SALE 1 Stevtm TViryen -cvltnder rar in erood shsne. fan he seen at Oreen Flh Co.. Cedar street between Pal afox and Baylen streets. Phono 297. 3721 FOR PA7F Nice small horns at East Brent Station. For tvartlcn'ar aidreaa Andrew Teterson. Route A, Box 38. Citv. 974 FOR SALE Poland China k hogs, two bred sows and one sow with seven piers seven weeks old. C. L. Thompson. Hast Pensacola Heights, Phone 1085. FOR SALTT Foldln vtoor. Sx. On p-rlll. Cabinet mantle. Oas fixture, "hlna e.iblnet. Apply 21 West Belmont r phone 3'. 9774 :-'OR SALK Poultry and truck farm; 27 acres, consisting of bouse. bnrn. 11 pcultry bouses. pigeon house. gasoline nKln water tank. 350 bens find pullets, I? treese. 3 jsoats. cow, pig:, horse, waon, nii(rry, 2 Incubators, t hovers, bone itv.!1, .-fryer cutter, sprayer, rianet Jr. seeder nnd cultivator, piows and other toots, ?" pecan trees. 20 Statsumas. 15 peach ;n-es, some figs, persimmons, pears, irr-pes. plums, etc.. good crop of con, vr termelons, sweet potatoes, peas, Jtc. Farm situated 3 mllei from Fort Bar--micae, off Oulf Beach highway. For Ie st 2,40O or will sell the farm on'y for $1.00. possession Sept. 10. Albert f!kr. Rt. 2. Box 72. Pensacola. 9VMS I'OR SALK One statlorte.v s'siollne en rne. t horsepower, sliirhtlv usd. very lw price. Pan American Trading Co.. Tbiesen Buildlnjr. Pensacola. 9H'i I OR SALE S rooms with bath and cel lar, larif-i attt. Oornr lot, I67x17:: rarage. gaa and electricity: one block fmm Eat Hill car line, fl.ono cash, and balance I ."00 per year. Address Ownr, r. O. Box 1442. Pensacola. Fla. PS'o FOR SALE Registered and cholera Im mune Berkshlres for sale at all times. Write for sample pedigrees and prices. Southern renresentative for Porkmaker Herd of Berkshlres. C. J. Setterlind. Chlpley, Fla. 9936 The following: used cars in A-l mechanical condition. Easy terms: T Hudson Super Six, $1, 000, a bargain. 1 Dodge Touring Car, $6VK), a bargain. 1 Maxwell, 1919 Model, $025, a bargain. 1 Studeba!;er Roadster. S225- a bargain. PENSACOLA IUTICK CO. Phone 465. 1 OR SALE 23 acres raw land '4 mi's from Roberts for J!0O.(.0. Easy terms. Parkdull Iand Company, Pensacola, Fla. S5 FOR SALE 200 acres Improved Farm. 1 milo from DeFunlak Springs. r0 TPs cultivated and In crops. Price $5) per acr"e. Kasy terms. Barkdull Land Company. Pensacola. Fla. 957 FOR SALE Twenty-eight 'foot floor show cases in perfect condition; 2 large ice boxes; 1 12-foot counter; 2 National cash registers; 1 medium size iron safe; 2 elec tric fans: 1 standing desk with stool; 1 small roll top desk; 1 extra large water cooler, good as new; 2 large inirrows; I old style desk, very handy; 1 electric piano just overhauled, $100. McMillan Auction Co. 327-329 South Palafox St. Phone 374.' 9995 Take a Look at the little cottage 507 North 12th Ave. Five rooms, bath, gas and electricity, lot 68x120 feet property occupied by owner who will be glad to show interested parties. The price is S1900. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE SS7 ELBERT - CLUBBS, SiJes AjerJ N rOR SALK Chiffonier, new Cox mat tress several chairs and tables, cheap for quick gala. Apply 622 7th Ave. City. 9907 FOR SALK 15 pet sheep, good start for mall herd for srr.all farmer. Phone rr write for prices. 3. D. Carroll. Phone 228. P. O. Box 1217. 93 FOR SALE Ford Touring- Car In good condition. 1600 Moreno St. 99J4 FOR HALE Oil stove, refrigerator and sweetheart swing". Party buying same may have house. Apply o23 W. Gregory St. 93'J3 FOR KALE Five passenger Ford car. Apply 810 Guillemarde St. 999S FOR HALE Very large cooking range. suitable for hotel or restaurant. In first class condition. Apply Bell's Cafe, 331 S. Palafox. corner Zarragossa. 9197 FOR BALE Two cotton mattresses. 50 Kast Chase St. Phone 112a. 9996 FOR SALE Pack of Varmint hounds. also two trained Pointer dogs. John Uonaldson. Sheffield, Ala. FOR SALE Watermelons ; your choice for one cent per pound at Richland Farms eight miles from city. Take Jackson street road, thence Klondyke road to Belleview. FOR SALE Slngl comb Rhode Island Ked cockerels from Reese's heavy lay ing strains. Ready for service by No vember 15th. J 50 to $5.00. Wyndmore Poultry Farm, Route A. E. I Reese, Proprietor. 9935 FOR SALE Gentle Bay Mare, good driv ing animal. Can be seen at Robinson's Stable; phone F. L. Miller. 918 or 919. 9j9. FOR SALE New four room bungalow, 612 South O street. F(:i SALE Bargain. Light five pas senger touring car. electric lights and self starter. In good running condition. Price $350. Apply 1700 E. Jackson St.. between 5 and 7 p. m. 966 FOR SALE $7j will buy a little home at 1023 or 1025 E. LaRua St. $50 carih and $12 a month. Let your rent receipts be vouchers of purchase. R. A. Howard, owner, 413 A-merican National Bank. 9tfG4 FOR SALE U. S. Army tents, 16x16x11 ft. high. 3 ft. wall, guaranteed standard 12.4 oz. duck. $19.95 each. IT. S. Army officers' wall tents. 9x9 ft.. 25.95. U. H. Army officers' wall tents. 12x12 ft.. 29.55. It. S. Army tent flies. 12x16 ft.. $13.:5. U. S. Army shelter tents, $3.95; IT. S. army folding canvas cots. $2.95. U. S. Army heavy tin cups. 10c each; $1.00 doz. IT. S. Army aluminum cups. 15c each; $1.50 doz. U. S. Army folding metal meat or mess pans with lid and handle. 25c each; $2.25 doz. U. S. Army enamel rups, heavy. 10c each: $1.00 doz. U. S. Armv enamel plates. 10c each; 75c doz. IT. S. Army enamel pudding pans. 36 each: $4.00 doz. V. S. Army enamel pudding pans, 45c each; $4.75 doz. U. S. Army enamel pitchers. 25c each; $2.75 doz. U. S. Army double wheel harness, $50.00 set. U. S. Army double lead har ness, $45.00 set. U. S. Army khaki breeches, washed, good condition. 5c pair; $.00 do?. U. S. Army wool breech es, serviceable condition. $2.25 pair. $14.50 dor. V. S. Army wool shirts. $1.95 each; $14.5" doz. TJ. S. Armv Refrig erators, almost new. Grand Rapids, 2 large compartments each. 6 ft. high, 24 in. wide and 24 In. deep; 500 lbs. Ice ca pacity: worth $350; or special f. o. b. Greenville. $112.75. U. S. Army refriger ators, almost new, Alaska. 3 compart ments. 800 lb. Ice capacity, worth $400; our special. $150.00 each. IT. S. Army heaters. $12.50 each and upward. Vari ous makes and sizes. IT. S. Army gal vanized garbage cans, 18x23 In.. $1.75 each; 21x27 in.. $2.50 each. Good condi tion. IT. S. Army galvanized water and fire buckets from 50c. 65c. 75c. 95c each. Good condition. V. S. Army axes. 50c. I5c. 75c. 95c each. lr. S. Army camp sup plies of all kinds. English Knife Kayo nets, may be ground into an excellent butcher, carving or fish knife. 50c. Stel scabbard to fit the above. 50c. V. S. Army russet leather waist belts, worth $2.00. 50c each. 5,000 places assorted, army enamel ware. Write for bargain price list of army goods. Terms: Cash with order. Include postage when or dering goods sent by mail. -Bradley Bonded Warehouse Co., Greenville, S. C 997S FOR SALE Oldsmobile, 8 cylinder, good tires and good running condition. Owner leaving town; -will sacrifice; must sell. Apply 105 N. Palafox St. Phone 601 99Sz FOR SALE Second band clothes for sale. App'v 23 W. Government St. i 9981 FOR SALK Perlection 'Jiunch. 30 ft. ler.gth. 9 ft. beam, two clyirder 20 horse prwer. nearlv new. At condition. Arplv 601 W. Bomsna after 4 p. m. P9S.1 FOR SLE Yours canary birds, males ar.d females. Applv 911 N 8th Ave., between Strong and DeSoto Sts. 9934 FOR PLE Ford touring c?r! first class condition. $375. Apply 612 N. Tarra gona St. 99S5 ory street. For lnfirmatlon. phone 271. Children' clut Tqsaday an 4 WldAy hrt rv.JBsrrA -45,ae- us- '- -itisjkfrr-v "a - - -v on- Yon Ci Got OR RENT c-Urt KENT Cur motor trurjes by the hour or day on country trips or to the Naval Air Sta tion, alsn do crating and packing of furniture, hauling Daggage -ind moving household goods at short notice. Ring phone 618, hallmark Transfer Co. K(room?TIhr' furnish All i modern home on North Hill Phone S13 ' "t c"vantes St.. o- 3 Mbn- Ra 'T0n Voom facing flshink- It r,"' ,rP"-nt bathing and "ar GenE , nC blck frOTn mr. Gentlemen only. 2 son St. P Z ,:"p,y &06 ck: ..... 4 FObl .5EN:TTr class rooms. with vetiT,:. , "nation, modem con enlences. Apply Z2 E. Gregory St. 98M FconveRrNJ",NT,C',y Tt' rooms lv , 7"a- Ior PTitleman on- 'J annlv after e.n i , . - Garden St. mng to Z4- w. Jlr-?" 1? 1-f We,T for JHrnrnf- ?. rn,"7,, C"3lest roorns by the IT eVir61""!. P- Rmi general cjbll Pant iit. ttt,, . . j. . i ( i n i ii'iu, h R RJVT Summer rates Tor rooms at Carlos. In annex, rooms fof one. .oo up; two, $30 up; in main 'ulld ips. for on, J45 up; two, $,-C00 up. .Apnlv to clerk; on dutv. sqh FOR RENT Half double hour remodeled Into private Hat: unf jrnished. Three lartre room a t c . h.n porches and bah. $30 per month. Four blocks from San CarV3 Hotel. Apply Is N. Rues, or phone 854. FOR RENT Furnished front room. House thorotighly screened. Two blocks of Fan Car!o a vm?v 191 ttt- Chase St. FOR RENT One large furnished room. all conveniences. Apply 516 N ?rth Palafox etreet. 6652 lrOR RENT 15-room r.oTei. modern, vwu baths. Downtown district. Few Ooorn from Palafox streeu Apply 4ione 227) at 12 noon or 4 p. m. 9G5S FOR RENT By week or month, largo roomy tents on Bafrtu Texar and LlttJo Rayou, city water. Apply Lee Danlell. Phone 684. 9794 FOR RENT North Hill Apartments, W. H. Williams, ownrr. 1000 North Palafox. facing Geor gia Square. These new and beautiful apartments- are now ready for occupancy either furnished or unfur nished. Kach rxpartment has the f ollowing space and equipment : Large living room, large bed room, priv ate bath room, kitchenette with sink, gas range, cabi net for dishes and refrigera tor, two large clothes closets, electric lights, hot and cold water. Prices reasonable. Telephone 2351. 9912 FOR RENT Two connecting rooms fur nished for liht housekeeping, hot and cold water. No children. References required. Phone 1113. 990'J FOR RENT Two room furnished apart ment for light housekeeping. second floor, next to bath. Front and back porches. Modern home of grown people. Use of phone and earage. Thoroughly screened. Apply 1S17 N. 12th Ave., or phone 1922. 9910 FOR RENT Four room furnished apart ment. Gas. electric lights, phone and private gallery. Five blocks from San Carlos Hotel. Phone 2308R. and SI1?. Apply 519 N. Palafox St. 9311 FOR RENT On Bayshore. within golf links, two story house containing three living rooms, kitchen, pan try, four bed and two bath rooms. Thoroughly screen ed. Electric lights. Fully furnished including silver and linen. Servants quarters in separate building. Phone 1372. 9888 FOR RENT One light housekeeping room. bre. s'rv. with two-burner hot plate. 110 V Chase. FOR RENT One large nlcelv furnished room in orivate home, suitable for one rr two c-ntlemen. modern conveniences. Phone 2308R. Apply 519 N. Palafox St. 998 rv0 T V NT T Piirn ! 1-rl rooms no tlbt housekeeping. 306 W. Belmont St.. or phone Zif. FOR RENT Two large cool front rooms. screened and furnished for housekeep ing. Oarage. 1224 E. Strong St. 9320 i TC. II Oui of ThesQ Columns FOR RENT FOR RENT Two unfurnished, connect ing rooms with good family. Apply 2S XV. Zarragossa St. References exchanged. 1 FOR RENT One room, nicely furnished, all conveniences. AIfo garase. I'hone 2093. 9939 FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms. 118 V. Garden St. 9963 FOR RENT Comfortable bed room and kitchenette; in qt:iet home; would rer.t separate. 305 W. Romana St. S9TI FOR RENT Lig!it housekeeping and slopping rooms, hot and cold water, shower bath and modem conveniences' Arply 2,.8'i Soiuh Palafox St. Phone CSc). FOR RENT Des'rable room on North Hill. Phone and bath. Gentlemep only. Ring phone 1287 or apply 32 Kast Gads den. 9767 FOR RENT Furnished apartment; all modern conveniences: East Hill, near bay, bayou and car line. Phone 257. 9972 FOR RENT Large room with south ex posure, adjacent bath, and use of phone. Mrs John Wood. 11 East LaRua St.. Phone oo. 9965 FOR RENT On Gadsden St.. to gentle men only. cool, comfortable front room, screened, use of bath and telephone. Phone 1291. 9940 HELP MALE icola Journal. dallr and fiundar. Wanted ?00 boys daily find 200 bevs Kuudays t mane from 50c to $5 -. day. Kee Cculatlon M?i.agtr any nioriJjig i o'ckc., WANTED Clerk with experience In In surance office preferred. Good chance or promotion. Give references and sal ary expected to begin with. Address In surance, care Journal. 9763 WANTED A first class shoemaker, must under stand Goodvear machincrv. Apply at once. Miller's, 20 F. Government strett. 9910 WANTED Salesman; one traveling In car. to carry the Three More Notion line for Pensacola and West Florida as a side line; good contract to the right par ty. R. R. Witkovski. State Manager. 1217 Main St., Jacksonville. Fla. 9947 WANTED Carpenter to contract for all labor on bungalow, all material fur- ir.ished. Address Box A-101, care Jour- r.ai. STEAM PRESSKR wanted. Steady man. National Dry Cleaning Co. HIM ALE WANTED A cook, good wages; must have references. Apply 715 E. LaRua St. Phone 7S8. 9884 WANTED A cook. Apply 222 West D--Soto St. WANTED A cook. Apply to 1.120 North 13the avenue. City. 8 STENOOKAPHEHS WANTED Hogtster with the employment deoarttr.ent of the Fan-Arrertom College. Rooms 274 t. SS Trent Rldg. No charge. Position wait In 4841 WANTED Housekeeper for elderly gen tleman, steady position, good pay. Fare to city paid if out of town party. Apply after 5 p. m., to 50S W. Govern ment St. 9927 WANTED Nurse, white or colored, in afternoon, to care for two children, pged six and eight. Apply Mrs. Lanplev. Merchants Hotel. 10 a. m. 99S8 AGENTS WANTED HEAVEN AND HELL and its wonders. The greatest book published. Heaven and hell fully explained. A book por preachers and Christians and everybody. 625 pages. Sent prepaid for 25 c stamps or coin. Special price to agents. Largest selling book in the world. Tordan & Co. P. O. Box 612, Atlanta. Ga. 9937 LOST AND FPU STRAYED OR STOLEN Red cow with white face. Finder please notify and receive reward, Pensacola Dairy, 12 W. Garden. 9817 LOST Sunday afternoon on East La Rua. Ninth avenue or Gregory street, a lion head broach set with ruby eyes and diamond in mouth. Finder plense ring Mrs. Geo. D. Villar. Phone 1562. Suitable reward. 10 FOUND The best place in town to get a Buster Brown. Fillingim Barber Shoo. 104 E. Wright St. 9S6 IXJST One medium size brown cameo brooch, between Main street and Citi zens Bank, in the bank or on Bay Shore car. Return to Journal offlco for re ward. 7t LOST Pair of automobile curtains on Kerrv Pass road. Reward for return to E. L. ReeBe. 33 S. Palafox St. S9i8 LOST Doff, liver colored, with collar and tac. Flesh wart on left eye. Please notify C. I Wilhelm, 612 N. Tarragonna j-t 9390 WANTED vS A-NTED Your furniture and household goods to pack and roxts at reasonable price. Hall--nark Transfer Co. Phone 618. WANTED TO rent or lease a farm, ten to twenty acres, within four or five miles of town. Phone 1621. 7 WANTED TO RENT Two furnished rooms ror HtrKt housekeeping hv couple 1th two little girls. East Hill pre rred. Address 1221 E. Jackson St. 6 - ferre WANTED Furnished rooms or furnish ed houie within connection to ship yards. Address Furnished, care Journal. 9977 WAN iRll Tour Joe Trintljig and order lot engraving of all Vinrts. ca'llng cnrdi wo-fjT.g Invitations, te. MATRS PRINT INO CO.. 54 "Wefct :5ove-nm?nt. 616 WMNTKD Afnr i!chts and STRING INSTRTr&fKNT3 to repair. Will put thrm In Rood condition and puerantes rr.e work; thirty years exrr enc. Fhon T!l. t will call. 10 E. Onr ''en St. J. H. Blakley. 710$ WANTED Phonographs of all klrd repaired and new springs put ,n. i'he Piano Shop. 18-20 E. Garden St., pnane. 9I. C9S5 WE buv ho-s. The Pensa cola Piggery Co. 462 or 1337 Phone WANTED Music teacher would like to have few more pupils. Thone 1565. 9829 WANTED Quilts, blanket's and curtains to laundry. Apply 706 East Chase St. 985S WANTED TO RTTT Ford touring car:, must be in grod condition and reason ably prired. Phone 1537. P97T! j WANTED One or two small sets of books to keen evenings after office hours; experienced accountant. Address Accountant, care Journal. 9922 WANTED TO RENT For sir months, furnished or unfurnished house. North HIM desired, unfurnished house prefer able. Address House, care Journal. 9796 MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS $25.00 reward for a Job that doesn't have worry attached. Don't worry azout your leaky roof. Don't worry about your repair work. Don't worry at-out your new house you are going to build. .Tuft phone 2228 and call Smith. He will take care of all vour troubles. W. H. Smith. 218 East Gads den. 9566 NOTICE Is hereby given that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for in mv name bv any one excepting myself. (Signed) C. E. Forsyth. 999 HEMSTITCHING First class work and quick service. 823 East Jackson St. Phone nOS. 9349 DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also Grinding Knives, Shears, tt;. Hand Fsvrs. 25r, 223 E. Intandencla St. Cros Cut sawa gummed. i80S POSITIONS WANTED In memory of Col. Frank L. Mayes, and in recognition of tho spirit of helpfulness tht was i'a. The Journal will Insert under t'.ls classification, free dvertlsern.( for thee In need of emptevment. WANTED By young lady, position rs stenographer; best references. Would conside.- out-of-town position. Address box 175. Panama Cltv. Fla. 9892. POSITION WANTED A -young man just returned from overseas desires po sition as salesman, clerk, or willing to try anything. Phone 2347. o WANTED Position as cashier or wait ress. Address R. B. Route A. Box 32 City. 9893 EXPERIENCED retail grocery and dry goods salvsman desires position. Ad dress SalesC-an, caro of Journal. 9895 WANTED Position by experienced sales man, commission basis preferred. Ad dress P. O. Bo 1024. City. WANTED Position by boy 17 years ol4. well acquainted with tho city, can fur nish reference; willing worker. Address, "Bov," care Journal. WANTED Clerical work to do at home or office. Address R. B . Route A. Box $3. City. 994 A NO. 1 Mercantile Man desires position, fan work anywhere In mercantile bus- lin.n At rvresent emnloved. but wo lid like change. Address "24" care Journal. YOUNG MAN. 22 years old, with vears' meat market experience, also grocery, desires position. Can drive Ford truck. State price you will pay. Ad dress P. O. Box 553, DeFunlak Sprinrs. Fla. Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dalrv Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 MORRIS BROSw ALL NEW STOCK LADIES READY-TO-WEAR Delmont and Devilliera Streeu GENTS FINISHINGS NOTICE. N'otice is hereby given that Luther Uandy. purchaser of Certificate No. 4S0, dated the 4th day of June. LU7. has filed said certificate in my office and has mariu application for Tax Peed to issue in ac cordance with law. Snid certificate em braces the following described property, situated in Escambia Countv, Florida, to wit: Southeast quarter of southeast quarter Section IS 5 North. Range 31 West. The eaid land being assessed at the date of the Issuance of said certificate in the name of C. B. Raymond. t'nless said certificate shall be redeem ed according to law tax deed will Issue thereon on the 10th day of July, A. IX m. JAS. MACOIBBON. oak4w-5-7-15 Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICE. ..Notice Is hereby given that Grimlar Hrothers, purchasers of Certificate No. fT. dated the 4th day of June, A. D. 1917, has filed said certificate tn mv of fice and has made aiplicatton for tax deed to Issue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property, situated in KfmhU County. Florida, to-wit: S. E. U of N. W. U. Section 27, Township 5 North. Range 33 West. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in the name of Chns. K. and Delia Kra bel. L'nless said certificate shall oe redeem ed according to law. tax deod will Issue tbereon on the 4tli day of August, A. D. 1919. tSeal) JAS. MACGIRRON, Clerk, oa w4w NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. J. H. Garvin, purchaser of Certificate Wo-;. ?90 and S91. dated the 4th day of June. A. D.. 1917, lias filed said certificates in my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said application embraces the fol lowing described property, situated in KBcambia Oounty, Florida, to-wit: N. E. i of N. W. Section 21. township 1 North, range 30 West and one acre de scribed in deed book 73. page 142. Section 21. township North, range SO West. The said land being assessed1 at the date of the issuance of such certificate !n the name of W. J. Dlmlar and OonzaK'Z l'rad'ns Company, respectively. Vnless said certificates shall be re deemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 4th (lav of August, A D. 1919. fSeal JAS. MACGIRRON. Clerk. oaw4w Notice Is herehv given to creditors. Ifgatees, distributors and all persons having claims or demands against the estate of Gideon Murphy, deceased, to present the same to the undersigned, within two (2) years rfom the first pub lication of tills notice. Mav 14th. 1919. JOHN CLAY SMITH. cawSw Administrator PIANOTtG W. E. Lazelle, Expert Ffno Tuner and Repairer. Player Pi anos a Specialty. All work p;uaranteed. Phonp 204. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. 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 please. THE PIANO SHOP Z. A. .THOMAS,, Manager. 18-20 E. Garden St. Phone 791. PERSONAL WANTED The people who ore inter ested in buying good milk to know that all the cattle kept at the Dixl. Dairy have stood the tuberclar test given by the state, and if it's better milk you want, ring phone 6104. Whole sale and retail, delivered daily. R. F. Jerr.igan. Owner, seven years service. MRS. A. C. LAMBERT and Miss Emma Blount, SplreHa Corsetieres for Pen:i cola. Phone 2349. 9761 ANYONE wishing the servlre of Kate Davis, nurse and midwife, can find her st any time at 411 West Gadsden St. phone 164. TAXI SERVICE. SAN CARLOS TAXI EX CHANGE. Phone 200. Prompt service. Courteous, careful drivers, 7966 LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP ARTESIAN WELLS ARTESIAN WELLS- Will put 14 wUa 4 to SO Inches diameter, any dTth and guarantee wntr. Writ for f-iil informa tion. Orav Artesian Well C:x, P. O. Box 1077 or Phone 4ft. SIT PALACE CAFE Under New Management Everything Good to Eat. Cooked Right STEPHEN CLEOTELIS Proprietr THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. Die Place Where Kodax Finish Is Well Done. "Let Us Make Yon Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE dROrriERriOOB OP VAIL WAV CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 311. Regular nieeti..Ks first and third FTl aay eah month. tC. of 4. hall. J. N. Smith. Wm. p. Dana. Recording Secretary. Pretldenf. ' 07 PENSCAOLA LODGE. NO.!. 1 O. O. V rensacola Lodge No 4 I. O. O. F.. mc'itts every Thursday -it 7:50 p. m. la Ralford Hail, Corner ttaylen and Bel mont street. Visitors Cordially Invited. M. W. PETERSON. N. O P- NICOLAN. Recording Barrets ry. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Pensacola Council No. 85, Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays. B p. m., at K. Of P. Hal!. Ill E. lntetndencla St., over Mcllugh store. Visiting brothers cor dlaly invited. W. ' E. KINO, Rec. Beo. S. A. BRITT Con. Carpenters and Joiners Local sit meets every Thursday night at W. O. W Hon.ana and Baylen streets, at p. m. H. PAITLSEN, Pres. W. K. LA NQ FT) HQ. Secy. W. O. W. HALL Hickory Camp No. 21 Woodman of the World, meets every second and fourth Wednesday, o'clock p. m. Corned Romana & Itavlen Sta. C. J. Oertlng, Clerk; C. D. Crooke, C. C. 97!t DAMON LODGE NO. 13 K. OF P. Regular meetings of this lode everv Tuesday at 8 p. m., at the hall on East Intendencia Street. W. C. CAMPBELL, C. C. B. V. HOLLAND. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Special convocation of Mt. lloreft Chr.pter. No. 6. R. A. M.. Thursday, July 17th, at 7:30 p. m. Work in the M. M. Degree. Sojourning companion fraternally Invited. 'C. S. PONACKIIR. T. T. TODD, H. p. Secy. Borras Transfer Co. PHONE 1145 Offices and Warehouse East Chase Street All Kinds of Hauling Your Business Solicited TV. A vsrKn-STCJIAGE BING HAM TRANSFER COMPANY. Phone 334. Haul ing:, packing, storms. WHEN in need of any transfer work ring up 618. ITallmark Transfer Co. MORTGAGE LOANS I am prepared to negotiate loans on improved farms and city property. Five or ten years on farms, om to ten years on citv property. Mon ey ready when title perfect ed. A. C. Binkley, attorney, G01-2 American National Bank Building. "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 a. m., for Camp Walton. Arrives back Friday 11 a. m. Saturday open for charter. FRANK H. HENNING, Telephone 788 or 1965 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 Sales Co Garden and Baylen, Phone 2099. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 91S Phone 919