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From 7:00 a. m. v to 8:00 p. m. The Penssicollsi. Jon 11 ma II The Marketpfcce of VestFIorida-TheWanr CIRCULATION INCREASING r Remember, to be mur of your copy Of tha Sunday Journal. It fa necessary that you order tha paper ragularly from your newt dealer or newsboy, flaad tha want ad pagea today. Read Daily by 30,000 People Srndl Cost Big Results . ; J ou rna 1 Ads. W or k A 1 1 T h e D A I L Y WEEKL Y : ! Ai Comans of. Time SUNDAY wwMM,ll,WIMI"""aMaaawaMaMa ... .' V . 1 ,, JOURNAL WANTS ONE CENT A WORD IN ADVANCE ONE RATE TO ALL Count the worde In your advertise ment ar.d multiply it by the number nf times you rtfsir It printed, and rmit accordingly. The counting ot worts Include the -fvrd9 -For Sale," "Wanted etc.. j;.d the address. RATES . ' y No a Jyertlsement taken for less than . ett. SLACK FACE CAPS.' LIKE THIS TVPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD. Pararraphe-I matter, lino duhM, -Mte race. classified display: Cc per line. E8o per Inch (12 lines make .neh.) R'-uIar ndver'.isers with ledger ae rnuTits may havo advertisements :hrpd. Kill orders should given In Writ 'nrr. never c?er the telephone. TELEPHONE"sCRVICE. Tf your nme In n tho telphou "nk wil -accept yotir ad crrer he fatejihone. charge It to vcj t the r-n'ilsr rate. And a?nd the trtll the 'ni'An-in mornlnf. . Cn-irteou operators. thoroiighfy f-mtn-r with rates, rules and eiasHt-'-ntlon win give you complete In fnrmntlon. And If you wish they will !?rit you In warding your advertise metit to make ft mos effective. Adverti-rs should give their street prmtofflre address as well as their "hnrie mrahr If they desire results, rexr renders hayo a telephone- and can't communicate with you an 1" they Vnow vottr address. Phone 1500 between a a. m. and 8 . m.. week days. 9 a, m. to 11 a. m. c'""1flTH. Journal Want Ad Cover West Florida. PHONE 1506 FOR SALE 1 . R BALK By owner, 20-acre paper ieu pecan grove, fenced chicken lioipht. 150 larpe bearing trees, modern .-room bungalow, ten minutes walk to 'ipotrlo car, school ana department ;:J'"' -om see crop on treeiV H. O. Houphton. Pensacola, Fla. Bo 310 J 'hone 1593. 3419 FOR SALE One five-passenger Ford. A-l r-nndltion. Six cylinder Hudson. -' R. E. Presley, Consolidated Grocerv ompany's Garage. HOt r SALE Two attractive Collfe puns. male and female, four months old V. m. F. Lee, Box 1513. Phone 2036. 3424 lTri SALl; Second hand sewing ma chines, all makes. 15.00 up. Ouaran ""d. Reynalda Music House, Phone 1717. 1J35 In answering advertisements be auro tT mention The Journal . SAVE half on Machinery. Wo buy, sell. "xrhame, repair and rebuild machinery nf all kinds. Atlanta Machinery Ex change. 823 Z Austell Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. X??n.sT rroof cabbage plants Wakefield, Flat Tutch. Sure head. Ready Oct. ?oth. 500. II. 50; 1.000. 12.50: postpaid. KTpreas collect, 1.000. $2.00 R1000. $1.75; Tl.nno or over $1.50 pr 1.000. Davis Plant Co.. Tifton. Ga. 3773 For SALE Improved farms at Gonsa lcz. or will exchange for city property. A. 8. Edwards. .Phone 1520. 3201 FOR SALE New Ford Touring and Roadster Bodies. Bodies with top, curtains, windshield, cushions, floor noards and mats. Touring bodies $175.00; Road sters, $125.00. J. C. WALDEN AUTO SUPPLY CO., DOTHAN, ALA. fti SALE El?M-room house; modern convenience. Phone owner, 1436. 3217 " J 1 1 ' TOR SALE Fine team large horses with complete set harness. Will sacrifice f r quick sale. Apply W. W. Clayton. Cot tape MIL Fla. 8211 FC'tt SALE Lots for sale or exchange , for one light roadster. Apply at 521 ?'nrrn . Htiyn street. 3267 -n SALE Beautiful dinlnff room set. Six leather bottomed chairs. dining '!. large buffet and ' china closet. eo for cash. 400 West KOtnaTi tifet. Phono 439. 342S rr,Tl SALE Or.e Maxwell car. 1919 model, in good condition. Apply 40i rrth 6th avenue. . 3385 Fno SALE Household furniture. 813 North 10th avenue, with" preference of rfrt!.'.s house to buyer. 3260 SALE FIVE. PASSENGER PAlGK LINDWOOD , MODEL. PHONE 152 3247 FR SAT.r tn n return tuh T!1 I '""vt condition, one 30 b. p. Nagle I frenf f, j -Hn .-T. I . t . . 1 1 f ... .uu . . (. k . t i YOU SHOULD SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST BEFORE YOU BUY ....-. . . . Larpe two-story dwelling, four bed room, heated with hot air furnace In basement; best Xorth Hill neighborhood $7,000.00 Five room cottage away from city taxes, Just across Little Bayou on a half acre lot $2,650.00 505 ard 508 Hast Jordan Four rooms and city water $900.00 each on terms. , " . , Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, 'Sales Agent N. B. We have the cheapest Building Lots In town. FOR SALE FOR SALE : K 1 FpRO LIGHT TRUCK i Oakland roadster. $150.00. -1 hu twenty, roadster, $124.00 carD 8 Passenger touring HUDSON 6 PASStNQtrt TOURING CAR UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY $3 WEST GARBZN JTOll SALE Quality electrical work that's our Slogan, and we live up to it In every sense of the word Let us make you an estimate on any work vou may have.. The The Tfyon Co., 27 West Government street. Phone 660. 3454 FOR SALE One Dodge touring car. 1918 model; one Hup 20. In A-l condition. 26 West Garden street. Phone 494, 3440 FOR -SALE MOUSES NUMBERED 108, 110 AND 112" EAST SCOTT STREET. IN GOOD REPAIR. PRICE, EACH $590. PART DOWN AND BALANCE ON TIME. APPLY 205 THIESEN BL0G. 3436 FOR SALE National cash register, ma hognay case. Address "C B.." care Journal. - 3443 FOR SALE Rooming house, twenty three rooms, three blocks from .San Carlos. Address Box N. M.r Journal. . 3445 FOR 'SALE Motor boat Neptune, 40 feet long by 13 feet width. Propelled fey 12-horse automatic engine, suitable for freight or fishing. J. Hokaftsoh, 601 North Tarragona street. 3442 FOR SALE By owner, 143 West 2ar- ragossa street, corner store and two story residence On same lot facing Bar celona street. Call at 200 West Zarragossa street. 3441 U. S. ARMY GOODS FOR SALE. V. S. Afrrty tents'. lxl6xll feet high, 3-foot wall, guaranteed stan dard 1 2 -os. army duck, each. ,..$1$.19 XI. S. Army officer's wall tents, 9x9 feet, each 25.25 U. a. Army Wall tent, 14x14 feet, . each ..... .43.00 V. S. Army tent files, 9x16 feet. each 10.9s TJ. S. Army wagon covers, 16x14 feet, each 14.50 U. S. Army canvas folding cots, ' each .05 U. S. Army steel cots. each...... 3.95 U. S. Army enamel pitchers, each .. .25 dosen - .itx.i.ixoiK 2. To U. S. Army double wheel harness; excellent condition, set .-. 67.50 tf. S. Army McClellan saddles, black 1S.93 russett. each 21.95 U. S. ' Army commercial com forts. encH , ........ 1.75 or dozen ,f.44.j4..if.,.. 13.09 U. S. Army renovated and repaired wool blankets, while they last, each 6.93 U. a. Army heavy galvanized fire and water buckets, each U S Amv im taeb waist Ifclts. rood buckle, each .25 IT. S. Amv khaki breeches, washed: good, serviceable condition, pair.. .95 or. dozen pairs 9.00 tT 8 Armv wool breeohes. erVice able condition, worth $8: pair... 1.95 fT. S. ArmV olive drab ftTllrtS: used. but serviceable, each............ 1.95 dozen 14.50 U. S. Army hob-nril shoes, new, pair B.uo t7. S. Army field shoe, new, pair.. 3.00 U. S. Army regulation ranges. 8- eye. 33" high. 33" wwe. bi ' long, excellent ooftdltion: has large oven nn4 tcirmlnf eloset. water Jack: worth C200: each ............ 67.50 V. S. Army galvaftlzed hot water -ne K?.s-9ilona canacitv. almost new. each ........ 24.93 U. S. Army heating Bteves. for offi ces, factories, schools, homes, etc. Tsllnt condition: A . C. F. No. 14. each ISM No. 16. each 13-00 IT. S. Army Bi Seven heater, each it a n.illiM ttmit m rm V hot blaat heater. Wlrth $65. each .. 3f.60 U. S. Army leather jackets, sleeve less, wool lined ; for general -winter wear, each ,.,.,............ .50 U. S. Army halters, heavy leather. 1.25 each ...,,........... U. S. Armv leather open bridles. made at Rock Island arsenal; in eond condition: sOeclal. each,... 175 V. S. Army butchers' efcavers, han dy for the home, farmers, cares, etff. : rood condition, each ..,. .9 1.2 IT. S. Army pitchforks, each IT. S. Army hoes, each ....... 1.15 u. s. Army shovels, each. IT. S. Army raises, each -. U. S. Army galvanized tubs: used but in rood condition, each .... tf. SI. Armv nlvanlud sarhnira cans 1.43 1.00 1.4; with lid i excellent condition, each 2.75 U. K. Army wool coats; used, but serviceable, each 4.25 U. a. Army khaki eoats; washed; good, serviceable, each - U. S. Army wool overcoats, each.. 10.95 U. 8 .Army English knife bayonets, Sheffield steel: when ground makes a wonderful carving, hunt ing and fish knife, each ........ 75 English leather pouches; new; use ful for carrying small tools, am- muntion, etc., each .35 V. s. Army used, serviceable axes, . each .60 Pocket knives, Simmons, brand ftew, high grada.each 1.85 U. S- Army rubber shoes and arc tics, pair .....-......... 3.75 Tour money back If not satisfied. References, any bank in Greenville. Our terms: Cash with order. Prices f o. b. Greevllle. S. C, Please Include postaee when ordering goods sent by tt" - WAntrHor?E CO R RAD LET PONDED WAKKliULbi. rtnvll1 S C FOR SALE FOR SALE Boarding house, ideal loca a .on:w,F11,e, .WHh boarders. Must be f? "Ha week. A bargain. 424 West Garden street. Phono 613, 3438 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for nil J". .V CoTntl nd see. 12th avenue tftd 2lst street. 3437 FOR SALE -One Jigv For d truck. Call for Iee. Phone fi6, or 1O3 South Pal fcfox street. 3447 FOR BALE Jersey cow, f 60. 1210 North 10th avenue. : 3431 FOR SALS 22-foot launch, -foot beam . Newly caulked, 1 h. p. Gray motor rwew oearliags. canvas hatch cover. Cheap for cash. .Call 2093. 8454 FOR SALE Strawbet-rv Plant. Lido Thompsan variety, 7Se per 100. Phone r mail your order promptly, S. R. Thames, 1525 East Jackson street. Phone 1634. . 34S3 FOR RENT THR RUAErfcRS of classified ads constitute a email army of buyers ten T . DOU mai use a car or other useiui rii.ia you navo iot saw, FOR RENT Rooms. Modern, To gen tlemen, 303 West Gregory. 3637 FOR RENT tjeht housekecnlne aoart ment. 218 South- Palafoa. Phone 880. 3109 FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 1120 N. Palafox. Phone 167. . - 312S FOB RENT Largo newly furnished room adjoining Datn, suitable for two or three gentlemen. 123 W. Chase St. 8423 FOR RENT Furnished fOom. closa In. all modern conveniences. 240 W, Gar den, phone 707. 3334 FOR RENT -Bed t room, electfld lights, gas heat. 914 North Palafox. 3393 FOR RENT-Furnished room. Gregory, Phono I486. 31S East 341J FOR RENT Two or three rooms. Will rent one or two Separately. AH for light housekeeping. 323 E. Romaha, phone 1568. 3413 FOR RENT Twd furnished bed rooms, each with bath attached, 15 W. LaRua. GenUemen preferred. 3416 FOR RENT Furnished front room. Convenient to Bavshore and shiDvarJ car line. Gentlemen only. Apply to 239 W .OOverment. 3420 FOR RENT Furnished front rdorrt for gentleman only. 807: North Reus. Phone 2283. 3203 FOR .RENT Two lovely rooms, fur nished or unfurnished, southern, east ern and western exposure. Call at 424 West Lloyd, or phone 1390, 8303 FOR RENT Wen furnished front room to - gentleman only. Private family. 206 East Gregory 'Street. 3221 FOR RENT Four-room furnished apart ment, modern conveniences: also one bedroom and kitchenette. 822 East Gadsden street. Apply 1013 East Cer vantes strHt. 3212 FOR RENT Store of office now occu pied by Barkdull Land Company, ad joining lobby nf San Carlos hotel. Apply to Charles B. Hervey. 3230 FOR, RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL MODERN CONVEN IENCES. APPLY 43 EAST GREGORY STREET. 8252 FOR RENT One large unfurnished room suitable for light housekeeping. 415! South Florida liianca street. 324a FOR RENT Two light housekeeping rooms. 227 East Inteftdencia tstreet. 3251 FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment. furnished. .'No children. 1013 North Alcaniz street. 3252 FOR RENT Five rooms, ' furnished for housekeeping1. Good location, close . in; modern. 507 North Hayne street. 3387 FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms and one furnished room, for gentle men. 616 North 8tn avenue. FOR RENT Two down-stairs rooms. furnished ot unfurnished. $35 a month. 1619 North 14th aveaue. 3430 FOR RENT Nicely, furnished two-room housekeeping apartment, next to bath. hot water, electric lights and screened. Apply 206 West Gregory streCL 2446 FOR RENT ROOMS. LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING. PRIVATE METER. RANGE. YARD. BEACH; CLEAN AND FINE LOCATION. EARL. HAUCK, 110 SOUTH FLORIDA BLANCA. 3427 FOR RENT Bachelor apartments, or suitable for small family. A-l modern conveniences. Phone 2093. . 3450 FOR RENT Two apartments furnished for light housekeeping. Address 50 East Chase street. ' - 3457 LOSTAND FOUND LOST Five dollar bill either on East Hill car or between 8th avenue and 9th avenue on Jackson street. Return to Journal office and receive reward. 34181 LOST Between postoffice and Thiesen building, a pair of spectacles with larre lenses and black rim. Finder will please leave at Journal for Mr. Beard 3421 LOST Lady's purse on Bayshore car Sunday evening. Finder return to 903 North Reus. Reward. LOST CheckT between Warfield Grocery and Journal office, on North side of street. Return to 333. East Intendencia. 3452 LOST Gold wrist Watch between the postoffice and Rox Photo Shop. Lib eral reward for return to 209 North .Bar celona street. 1 3449 3- uTo LOST Saturday, on Palafox street.! one wrist watch, with cameo fob. Fider please address "," care Journal of fice.' 3434 MORTGAGE LOAN i LOANS ON REAL EST ATE. We lend money oa Real Estae in th city on short notlca. Please a tat ia application If you have an Abstract of Title to the property. Call and see us. IHE WATSON AGENCY, Inc., , 7 South Palafox St. . LONG TERM LOANS on Improved farms, Escambia and Santa - Rosa counties, Florida; Baldwin and Monroe counties, Alabama, and Pensacola property. A. C. BINKLEY, Attorney, 713 Blount Bids Pensacola, Fla. . i i ... , Visit the Attic It takes -genuine cdurage to visit the attic. Any article that has for the time being passed its usefulness is "put in the attic" All the family heirlooms, which have been kept for sentimental reasons, find their way here. jThe attic becomes the dis- card of the house. Just climb up ther e and look around. You will say "Where in the world did all this stuff corne from?" "What shall I do with it?" Well, the first thiftg to do is get a copy of this paper and turn to the WANTEDMlCXUANEOUS classifi cation. There you will find a list of reliable merchants who buy second-hand goods. Phone . one of these men and they will call and give you a surprisingly fair price. This will soon rid your upstairs of all the moth-breeding, dust-gathering things that are no longer serviceable to yot?. You will also be ahead of the game rlrutncia. Raad thm Want Ads ia - THE DAILY JOURNAL HELP--IVIALE WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU. LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR NAL ,. '. ; 3176 BOTS EARN MONET selling The Pen- sacola Journal. dally and Sunday. Wanted. 100 toy daily and 200 roys Sundays to make from 50c to $5- a Jay. See Circulation Manager any morning fe o'clock. WANTED Six Colored boys over 16 years of age to work in Tastlme Bowl ing Alley, ICS South Palafox atreet. WANTEEM-Meat cutter, and to manage market, for November 1. Wages, $30. Only those competent need apply. No. 15 Central, care Journal. WANTED Assistant Wash man. Apply Merit Laundry and Cleaning Co. We also have a proposition for man with his own team. WANTED THOROUGHLY COMPET ENT GENERAL CLERK. GOOD SAL. ARY TO COMMENCE AND EXCEL LENT CHANCE FOR PROMOTION. APFLY STANDARD OIL COMPANY. ITOLP-FEMALE ' WANTED A good cook; also a nurse. Apply 977 North Spring. 3423 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register With tha -mnlovmertt dcnnrftnmf nf the I'an-AtTterlcan College. Rooms 274 to 189 Brent Bldg. No Cnarge. Positions mill. Ami WANTED At once, a cook and washer woman. Apply 312 North Spring street. WANTED several girls to act as sales ladies. S. H. Kress & Co. 3455 WANTED WANTED our Job printing and orders for engraving of all kinds; calling cards, wedding invitattons. etc. MAYES PRINTING CO.. 20-22 West Government street. 610 WANTED All kinds of phonograph work, no matter what the make. Called tor and delivered If desired. The Piano Shop, Phona 79L 18-30 S. Garden St. The Housekeepers' Burden House, win dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa cola Hous and Window Cleantna Co. can cmrry tha whole load for you. Phone -ou tor intormation. .Address 196 No. Palafox St. "3011 WANTED To buy a light vehicle to drive with horse. Address T. Watson. Care Journal. 3433 WANTED To buy roll top desk. Ad 3444 dress i. care Journal,- EDUCATIONAL WANTED Musio scholars (piano). 3359 Isabel Grant. Phone 335. REPAIRING DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Baw xeeth Properly Treated; also Grinding Knives. Shears, etc. Hand Saws, 25c 223 E. Intendencia St. Cross Cut Sawa Gummed. - , 280a REPAIRING B. H. Falrchlld. 1018 E. LaRua St. Upholstering. The right k'nd. Automobile cushions made to last. Repairs and re;aishlng. Phone 181L Sewing Machines and String Instruments repaired. Phone zsu J. H. Blakealey, 16 East Garden street. POSITION WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER, taking special course, wisnes position. An swer B. X. D., care Journal. 3453 PPORTONITIES THE BEST CIGAR AND NEWS STAND location in Pensacola for rent. Address P O. Drawer 1618. . 3375 TOANSFER-Storage GINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY, IPHONB 334. HAl'LINQ, PACKING, "TORINO. City transfer com pa ivy the old -ss1-!81-6 phone 00, baggage AD f URNITURE HAULED. PACKED AND STORED. u LODGE NOTICE MAONirl TEMPLE. " Regular meeting of Florida Chapter No. 9. O. E. S., Tues day. Oct. 21st. at 8 p. m. v isiting members cordially tiLv leu. MRS. EMMA ROGERS. W. M MRS. MARGUERITE LYLE. Secy. PENSACOLA LODGE NO, 4. I. C O. ......... u i.a... i-Tirnrr cajirn ana Bel" iftont streets. Visitors cordially lilvited. . A- Dnii i , jon. Jityl'?"JLy -P.,n " toi 81 meeti Kon.ana and Bay ten streets, at f p. m. , . . H. PAULSEN, Prea. W. H. rANOFORD. Secy. BROTHERHOOD OP . aAlUWAV CLERKS rnu LOOM ail. Regular meetings nrst and third HY1. day eavi month. K. of , hsJL JT. N. Srrrtvh, Wna. P. Da-tia. Reccrdlng Secretary- Preldt 7807 JUNtOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS - Pensacola Council No. 35. Junior. Order United American Mchales. meefs sec- ono ana rrurta F-noay. a p. m.. at K. J. T. MTLLER, N. O. S. NICOTIAN. Ree. Secy. Modern Order Of Praetorians. Pensacola Council. No. 1063. meets every second and fourth Monday at 8 p. m. In W. O. W. aalL corner Romaha and Baylen streets. All Prr torlans are cordially invited. M. E. MORET. S. A. C. BJ. SMITH. Ree. LODGE NOTICE. Pensacola Tradea and Labor Council meets every Wednesday at t;30 p. m., a: 12 West Zarraeossa etreeL H. S. KIELET. President. R. D. LaMONT. Secretary, .DAMON LODGE. No. 13, K. of P. Damon Lodre. No. 13. Knlirnt. Pythias, meets In regular session every Tuesday at Castle HrUl on East Inten dencia atreet at 8 p. m. Visitors wel come. W. C. CAMPBELL, C. Q, B. V. HOLLAND. K. of R. A S. Machinist Helper Ledge. Machlnlstlu Helpers' Ixtde-e. Nn afit meets every Wednesday niirht In Boil ermakers hall, on comer of Palafox and Romana streets. - I- P. BtfRTT, President. C. U. WOODHAM. Ree. Ses. 1 1 F. A A. M. Regular communication of Pensacola TvOdge. No. 42. F. & A. M.. Thursday. October 23. 1919, at 7:30 p. m. Work in F. C. degree. Vlstitina? brothers fra ternally invited. M.' is. skjott. w. M.. D. R. SAUNDERS, Secretary. DANCING ory street. For luformauos, phone 378. y LEGAL NOTICES CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, owners nor Agents of the American Motor Schr "M. Lltxon" will be responsible for debts con tracted by the crew of said vessel. J. t. WILLIAMS. Representative of Owners. JOHN' A. MfiRRITT & CO., Agents. 3410 . ' NOTICE. After Saturday. " October 18th, the iL-umpany win occupy meir new fluarters . at 80 East Garden, 2nd door 4baLAi4 a4f sm. .t -4 j . test Of Pensacola Electric) Company 8386 Office of Scarthern States Lumber Co., jrensacaia, "ia., Oct. istn, 1919. Notice la hhv -1vn ttitkt ym Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the South ern States Lumber Company will be held at Its orflce In the City of Pensacola. on the 12th day of November. A. D.. 1019. at 11 O'clock a. m. At nalil meet ing a recommendation by the Board Of Directors" will be submitted providing that the charter shall be amended so that the Board of Directors shall consist Of seven mimlwn anil that tha Annual Meeting of the Stockholders shall be held on the Second Wednesday of February of cacn year.- WM. B. RANDALL oCtl3oaw4w Assistant Secretary. ADVERTISEMENT. Notice of Sale 6f Certificates of Indebt edness f tha City of Pensacola. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of CommisRlnnera of the City of fensacoia. Florida, until 2 o'clock p. m. on Monday, October 37 1919, for the purchase of all or any part of the fol lowing designated Certificate of In debtedness authorized to , be issued by ordinance passed September 19,1919. Bald certificates to be dated TJovem ber 1. 1919. numbered one (1) to thirty- five (35) of the denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) bearing In terest at the rate not exceeding six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. May 1 and November 1; will mature three years after their date. A Each bid shall specify number! of the certificates bid for, and must hb made on a blank form to be obtained from the city clerk and must be accompanied by a duly certified heck In a hank In the City of Pensacola for 5 per cent of the total amount of the bid. The bid must be sealed and addreaned to the Board of Commissioners of the City of Pen sacola. and marked "Bid for Ceftlflcatei of Indebtedness." The certificates will be sold to the highest and best bidder who offers to accent the lowest rate bf interest fiat exceeding 8 per cent per annun). No bids formless than par value of tho certificates will be considered. All bids will be publicly opened and read at a metting of the Board of Com missioners to be held In the city hall at o'clock P. -m... on Monday. October 27, 1919. The successful bidder will be required to accept delivery and pay cash for. all certificates at the City of Pensacola on November 1, 1919. Tho right la reserved to reject any and all bids. For further particulars apply to the city clerk or F. D. Sanders, commis sioner of Finance and Revenue. Board Of Commissioners of the City of Pensacola. F. D. SANDERS. GEO. H. HINRICHS. V. R. POIT. Atlestt L. E. HEINRERG. City Clerk. Notice Is hereby given that the State Board of Accountancy will hold an ex amination at Jacksonville, on the 13lh and 14th of November, 1919, for . those esirlnif to obtain a certificate of Cer tifced Public Accountant. For informa- Ion apply to Walter Mucklow. Chalrmaru 66 U. S. Trust Building, Jacksonville, Fla. 14- Oct Ow4w-1959 octl2oaw4w Asslttant Seeretary- In Escambia Countv Court of Record. State of Florida In Chaneery. Henry J. Gasaue. comPlaioAnt. vs. Leonora Gasnde. defendant. On Monday, the first day or December, A. D. 1919. the defendant, Ie nora Casque, is required to appear to the bill filed against her herein. This order to be published once each eek for eietht consecutive weeks in tha Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished in said Escambia county. W. P. RlCffl. Clerk Court of Record. Notice is hereby given to creditors, le gatees, distributees, and allpersOns hav ing claims or demands against the estate cf Josephine Suareis, deceased, to pre sent the same to the Undersigned within two (2) years from the first publication ot this notice. October 14th, 1819. THOMAS HARRIS. Executor. Oct 14-oaw-8w 1960. In the Court of 'Record of Escambia Countv. State of Florida. Joseph M. Levy vs. All parties claiming an interest in Tie real estate Herein after described, and against all per sons claiming interests as heirs, de visees or Krantees. under James Jack son. deceased, or otherwise, in said property. Upon demand of the complainant In the above styled cause, it Is ordered that the defendants and all parties claiming an interest In the hereinafter described real estate in Pensacola. Escambia coun tv.' Florida, and all Parties claimlna in terests as heirs, devisees or grantees under James Jackson, deceased, or otner. wise. In said property, be and they are hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint herein on the 2nd day of "Feb ruary. 1920; the land involved in the bill 6f complaint and above referred to be Ing the following described re.-l estate In Pensacola. Eseambia county, Florida, to- wit: Commencing on the south aide of Gar den street 114 ',4 feet east of the north east corner of lot numbered 18 in block numbered 4 of the Donelson tract; thence running: east alonfr the south - side of Garden street; 100 feet; thence south on a line parallel with Reus street 240 feet:- thence west on a line pareliel with Garden street '100 feet; thence north 240 feet to the point of beginning, according to the map of the Cltv of Pensacola. pub lished by nonton ,& watson in i:iuc. This order to be published one each week for twelve consecutive weeks prior to said rule day in 'The Pensacola Jour- rat a newspaper published in Pensacola, uscamDia .;ounty, -ioriaa. Done and ordered this 13th day or October, 1919. ; (Seal) W. .P.RICE, Clerk Court of Record of Escambia County, Florida. By A. I TIDWELt DeDUtv Clerk. 14 Oct. aw-ltw 1961 PERSONAL VENERKAL. DISEASES treated free at state arovernment cllnla. room 507. itv hall. Pensacola. If you are infected come and get treatment. If you are not. come and find out. If you can afford to pay for .treatment.' the government demands that you go to your physician at once. Avoid advertising specialists.-They only want your money. Hours, for women, 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. For men, 6:18 to 7;15 P, m. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwmmM I- pvrcrrtwSftd silks . Turwd ,: Jewels To deck my me.&.ere fr-cjne ' AK, it ctrpw more In. p-cwym iox: the, J WEATHER REPORT. (Compiled for Tha Journal by the Weather Bureau Office.) Pensacola, Fla., October 12. 1919.;' Sunrise, 6:E5. Sunset.. 6:1. ; 5 Moonrlse, 4:64 a. m. Moofiset, 4:52 p. m. Next phase of tha nnnrtn h.t. 23rd. ' ' J High tide, 8:63 p. m. " Low tide, 7:35 a. m. , YtlUrWau'. A.-il Temperature 8 ..m. 4 B'm. 1 ' Dry bulb a 70 . wee dui 68 Highest, 80. 72 73 Lowest, 66. ;; Mean, 73. J, Normal. 68. , Mean same date last year, 74. Accumulated deficiency thi v.- date, 297. , T Highest of record for ctr.Uo os degrees. , ' ; , Lowest of record for October. 35 . grees. , : Rainfall-. For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0. Total for this month to 7 p. m.. 2.30. Normal for October. 4.08 inches. . - ' 'Accumulated excess thi ,.. date, 20.69. Humidity 8 a. m., 80. 1 p. m., 73. ' ' : 8 p. m.. 78. Barometer 7 a. m4 30.1. 7 p. rn. 30.10. MARKET REPORTS: 1 7 1 New "York Oct. 20 f?ofr.n r opened steady. ctober r 34.25 .uecemoer January .... 34.28 .... 34.07 .... 33.75 .... 34.40 ... t 34.IJ5 .... 34.51 March May , Cotton closed very steady October-. December ..'..,.. !arch 33.90 May 33.62 New Orleans, Oct. 20. Cotton fu tures opened steady. a October December ... January . . . . . 34.70 340 33.80 33.43 33.20 larch ........ May -Liverpool, Oct. "20. ctntt . . - JW tm al If good demand, prices easier. iood middllnjr t FHilly middling , t.lZ Middling s. -2 02 Low middling 20J7 Good ordinary ...!!" 1820 Ordinary 17.22 Sales 14.000 bales, including mo'nn American. Receipts 2,000 bales, including 300 American. Futures closed steady. October t November December January March 21.94 21.87 21,74 21.4S 21.05 20.71 26.41 May July New Tork, Oct. 20. Tho ootton was comparatively quiet durinff to day's early trading. The better ti,. er in the south and reports of a less active spot demand encouraged reac tionary sentiment and them w tered southern selling. After opening si.ea.ujr 1 points nigner to 4 points low er, the market eased "off tn 9iin December, or abOut 15 to 20 points net lower in consequence but trade interests and brokers with w.ii t.... connections were , buyers and nea. rallied. " The early bulaa .mat rAn.iiUnhi. . selling for Liverpool, and southern ac count, unoer which prices cased off? later in the morniner. iwth nnmi,f working down t ,33.93 and January 10 -jj.o or za to 33 ppmu net lower. JVI. ELLIS ,i GROCER . 1889 Phones 1890 ; t 1221 North Davis Street United Produce Co. . 38 East Romana Street rVe bay and sell ChkkDs Bssa and all kinds of Produce. - A ! Phona 14S3.