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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL', WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1919.
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PHONE 1500
From 7:00 a. m.
to 8:00 p. m.
The Marketplace of
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paper regularly from your naws-'
dealer 'or newsboy. Read the
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Florida.
PHONE 1330
West
FOR SALE
tJR SALK By owner, 20-acre paper
shell pecan grove, fenced chicken
height. 150 large bearing trees, modern
f.-room bungalow, ten minutes walk to
electric car. school and department
stores. Come see crop on trees. H. O.
Houghton, Pensacola, 11a. Box 810.
I'l-.one 1503.- 3419
FOR SALK One flve-passenger Ford.
A-l condition. SJx cylinder Hudson.
Pre R. E. Presley. Consolidated Grocery
fompany's Garage. 3403
Ton SALK Second band sewing ma
chines, all makes. $5.00 tip. Quaran
te-l. Reynalds Muslo House. Phone
1717. 1235
In answering? advertisements be sure
ti mention The Journal.
PAVE half on Machinery. We buy. sell.
exchange, repair and rebuild machinery
of all kinds. Atlanta Machinery Ex
thanse. 823 Z Austell Bldg.. Atlanta. Ga.
FROST proof cabbage plants Wakefield.
Flat rutch. Sure head. Ready Oct.
?'th. BOO. $1.50; 1.000. $2.50; postpaid.
Express collect. 1.000. S2.00: 5.000. 11.75:
M wo or over $1.50 per 1,000. Davis
Plant Co.. Tifton. Ga. . 3773
FOR SALE Improved farms at Gonza
lez, or will exennnge for city property.
A S. Edwards. Phone 1520. 3201
FOR SALE New Ford Touring
and Roadster Bodies. Bodies
with top, curtains, windshield,
cushions, floor Doards and mats.
Touring bodies $175.00; Road
sters, $125.00. v
J. C. WALDEN AUTO SUPPLY
CO., DOTHAN, ALA.
I'Tl SALE Eight-room house; modern
convenience. Phone owner, 1436.
5217
FOR SALE Fine team large horses with
complete set harness. Will sacrifice
for ouick sale. Apply W. W. . Clayton,
''.ttage Hill. Fla. 3211
T"n SALE Lots for sale or exchange
for one light roadster. Apply at 521
-'Tth . H-iyn street. 3:67
Fn SALE One Maxwell car. 1919
model, in good condition. Apply 4M
N'irth 6th avenue. . 3383
F-. SALE Household furniture. 819
North 10th avenue, with preference of
anting house to buyer. 3230
Fn SAT.K70 h. p. return tube boiler.
Oood condition. One .10 h. r. Negle
T-cSne. Fdward Campbell. 233 East Gar
street. Tensacola. 3413
lnTT PALE Quality electrical work
, tvat's our slogan, and we live up to It
:n every sense of the word Let us make
an estimate on any work vou mav
ve.. The The Trvon Co. 27 West
''vernment street. . Phone 660. 3454
FOR SALE HOUSES NUMBERED 10
110 AND 112 EAST SCOTT STREET.
'N GOOD REPAIR. PRICE. "EACH 8550.
PHT DOWN AND BALANCE ON
T'ME. APPLY 205 THIESEN BLDQ.
3436
YOU SHOULD. SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST BEFORE
YOU BUY
Lnrpe two-story dwelling,' four bed rooms heated with bot air urna?
In basement; best North Hill neighborhood .87.000.00
Five room cottage away from city taxes, just across Little Bayou on &
half acre lot - .52,650.00
"5 and 508 East Jordan Four rooms and city water $900.00 each on
terms.
PensacolaFinanceCompany
"We Always Haye Houses For Sale"
PHONE 367 ELBERT A.- CLUBBS, Sales Agent
X B. We have the cheapest Building Lots In town.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE f
1 REO 8-PASvTGER TOURING.
1 DODGE 3-PAaeENOER
1 STUDE BAKER SIX-CYUNDER 7
PA8SENGER. , 1 OAKLAND 2-PASSENGER, $150.
1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK, $250.
UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY
33 West Garden. 3464
FOR SALE National cash register, ma
hognay case. Address "C. B.," care
Journal. - 3443
FOR SALE Rooming house, twenty-
three rooms, three blocks from San
Carloa. Address Box N. M.. Journal.
3445
FOR SALE Motor boat Neptune. 40
feet long by 13 feet width. Propelled
by 12-horse automatic engine, suitable
for freight or fishing. J. Hokanson. 501
North Tarragona street. 3442
FOR SALE By owner, 142 "West Zar
ragossa street, corner store and two
story residence on same lot facing Bar
celona BtreeL Call at 200 West Zarragossa
street. 3441
FOR SALE One Dodge touring car. 1918
model; one Hup 20. In A-l condition.
26 West Garden street. Phone 494. 3440
FOR SALE Boarding house. Ideal loca
tion. Filled with boarders. Must be
sold this week. A bargain- 424 West
Garden street. Phone 613. 3433
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale
cheap. Come and see. 12th avenue
and 21st street. ' 3437
FOR SALE One l!gt Ford truck. Call
for Lee. Phone 596. or 103 South Pal
afox street. '447
FOR SALE 22-foot launch. 8-foot beam.
Newly caulked. 7 h. p. Gray motor.
New bearings. Canvas batch cover.
Cheap for cash. Call 2093. 3451
FOR SALE Strawberry Plants. Lady
Thompun variety, 75e per 100. Phone
or mall your order promptly. S. R.
Thames. 1525 East Jackson street. Phone
1654. .8458
U. S. ARMY GOODS FOR SALE.
tr.
S. Army wagon covers, 10x14
feet, each 14.50
U. S. Army canvas folding cots.
each ?-95
V. 8. Army steel cots, each 3.9a
U. S- Army enamel pitchers, each . . .25
dosen .2.75
U. S. Army double wheel harness;
excellent condition, set 67.o0
U. S. Army McClellan saddles.
black
ru!sett. each Zl.va
U. s. Army commercial comforts,
each ,111
or dozen I-00
U. S. Army renovated and repaired
wool blankets, while tney jasi.
each
U. S. Army heavy galvanized fire
and water buckets, each ........
S.95
. .93
.25
U.S. Army new v$eb waist talts, good
buckle, each
V. S. Army khaki breeches, washed:
good, serviceable condition, pair. .
or. dozen pairs
U. S. Army wool breeches, service
able condition, worth' $8; pair...
U. S. Army olive drab shirts; used.
.95
9.00
2.95
1.95
14.50
but serviceable, eacn
dozen
U. S. Army hob-nil shoes, new,
pair -00
V. S. Army field shof. new. pair.. 8.00
U. S. Armv regulation ranges. 8-
eye. 33" high. 33" wide. 52" long,
excellent condition; has large oven
and warming closet, water oac..
worth $200; each
67.50
U. S. Army galvanized hot water
tank, 82-gallons capacity, almost
new, each ;;,
U. S. Army heating stoves, for offi
ces, factories, schools, homes, etc.
excellent condition: A. C. F. So.
14. each
No. 16. each
77. S. Army Bla- Seven heater, each 19.9j
U. S. Army Radiant Home army hot
blast beater, wlrth $65.- each . . 37.50
U. S. Army leather Jackets. BlfT- .
Jess, wool iinen; lur ."' "
ter wear, each ;
U. S. Army halters, heavy leather,
Uash Armv " leather open bridles,
made at Rock Island arsenal; In
good cond itlon sneclal. each . . . .
U S. Armv butchera' cleavers, han
dy for the home, fanners, cafes,
etc.; good condition, each
TT. S.- Army Pitchforks, each
TT. S. Army hoes, each
V. S. Army shovels, each
IT. S. Army raJces. ,Wh
U. S- Army galvanized tubs: used
but In good condition, each ....
U. S. Army galvanized garbage cans
with lid: excellent condition. ecn
U. S. Armv wool coats; used, nut
8.50
1.25
J.75
.95
1.25
1.13
1.45
1.00
1.43
t.75
4.35
U. S. Army khaki coats; washed,
good, serviceable, each
It. s. Army wool overcoats, each., lo.sa
U. S .Army English knife bayonets. ;
Sheffield steel: when ground
makes a wonderful carving, nuni
Ine and fish knife, each
English leather pouches; U8
ful for carrying small tools, am
muntion. . etc.. each . . .... - . -
U. 8. Army used, serviceable axes,
4p3Ctl ."
Pocket knives, Simmons, brand new,
high grade, each -
75
.35
.50
1.85
U. S. Army ruDDer snoea
2.75
nw hark
if not satisfied.
'"r -i- vw in Greenville
Kfierrnmp. T" " A1. Prices
f 0oUrbtGTe"evi'hS,W bP?a In de"
U5d.rln( soods sent by
BDlS?PCDEn.WAB-HOUSB CO.
Greenville, S. C ..
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Jersey cow, 360.
10th avenue.
1210 North
8435
FOR SALE) Five-passenger Hup. Bar
gain for cash; is North Reus, second
apartment. Call after 5 p. m., ,.3463
FOR SALE On account of 111 health.
my house and six lots at 2400 West
Cervantes street. Five Dome, electric
lights, city water. Also garage. No in
cumbrance. Price. $2,000. Also house and
three lots at 2214 West Cervantes street.
B ive rooms, plastered walls, electric
lights, city water. Mrs. T. A. Pringle.
i . - . - : , 3461
FOR SALE Cottage on East Hill car
jme. toix i large rooms and kitchenette,
nail and bath. Every modern conven
ience. On bluff overlooking bay. Select
neighborhood. Will sell for less than
market value. Apply Owner. Phone 2444
or address P. O. Box 1326.
FOR 8ALE 4-BURNER OIL STOVE,
WITH OVEN. PRACTICALLY NEW.
CHEAP FOR CASH. PHONE 1792.
FOR SALE Two 8-foot showcases In
good condition. 196 North Palafox
street. 3474
FOR SALE Thorougbred White Wyan
dotte eggs $2 per setting. 11th ave
nue and 2X -no street. 3473
FOR SALE Furnishing of a three
room house, with privilege of rent
ing house. Phone 2410-W. 8472
FOR RENT
THE READERS of the classified, ads
constitute a small army of buyers tell
them about that used car or other useful
artrle you have for sale.'
FOR RENT Rooms. Modern. To gen
tlemen. 203 West Gregory. 3637
FOR RENT Light housekeeping apart
ment. 218 South Palafox. Phone. 580.
'8109
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 1120 N.
Palafox. Phone 167. 8123
FOR RENT Large newly furnished room
adjoining bath, suitable for two or three
gentlemen. 122 W. Chase St. 3423
FOR RENT Bed room, electric lights,
gas heat. 914 North Palafox. 83)3
FOR RENT Furnished room.
Gregory-. Phone 1486.
318 East
3412
FOR RENT Two or three rooms. Will
rent one or two separately. All for
light housekeeping. 323 E. Romana.
phone 1568. 8413
FOR RENT Two lovely rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, southern, east
ern and western exposure. Call at 424
West Lloyd, or phone 1390. 3202
FOR RENT Well furnished front room
to gentleman only. Private family-
20 East Gregory street. 3221
FOR RENT Four-room furnished apart
ment, modern conveniences; also one
bedroom and kitchenette. 822 East
Gadsden street. Apply" 1012 -East Cer
vantes strf)t. 3212
FOR RENT Store or office now occu
pied by Barkdull Land Company, ad
Joining lobby of San Carlos hotel. Apply
to Charles B. Hervey. 3230
FOR RENT One large unfurnished room
suitable for light housekeeping. 415
South Florida Blanca street. 3245
FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment,
furnished. . No children. 1012 North
Aicanir street. 3252
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
and one furnished room, for gentle
men. 615 . North 8th avenue.
FOR RENT Two down-stairs rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. $35 a month.
1619 North 14th aveaue. 3430
FOR RENT Nicely, furnished twotoom
housekeeping apartment, next to batn.
hot water, electric lights and screened.
Apply 208 West Gregory street. 2446
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. 8457
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms. Will rent one or two separately.
All for light housekeeping. 323 East
Romana. Phone 1568. 3413
FOR RENT Nice six-room cottage on
North Hill. Central location. Address
P. O. Box 1311.
FOR, RENT Unfurnished rooms. Two
to four or more connecting rooms.
Apply 117 West Zarragossa street.
FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep
ing rooms. 114 West Chase street.
' ROOMS
FOR RENT ROOMS, LIGHT HOUSE.
KEEPING, PRIVATE METER.
RANGE. YARD. BEACH: CLEAN AND
FINE LOCATION. EARL HAUCK, 410
SOUTH FLORIDA BLANCA. 3427
FOR RENT One furnished room," one
unfurnished room. $10 a month. Two
blocks from car line. -Apply 706. East
Chase street. 3469
FOR RENT Furnished room, close in.
All modern conveniences. 240 West
Garden. Phoe 707. 338
REPAIRING
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth rropeny ireuwa; aiso
Grinding Knives, Shears, etc. Hand
Saws, 25e. 223 E. Tntendencla St. Cross
Cut Saws Gummed. 2805
REPAIRING B. H. Falrchild '1018 R.
t n at TTnVmTntnriTlfi' - TftA flrht
k'nd. Automobile cushions made to last.
Repairs and refinlsning. -none jsix. -
Sewing Machines and 8trlng Instruments
repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesley,
16 East Garden street. - - ..
MORTGAGE LOAN
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
We lend money on Real Estae in the
eity on short notice. Please state is
application if you' have an Abstract of
Title to the property. -
Call ami see .
TOE WATSON AOENCT, Inc.
. T South Palafox St.
LONG TERM LOANS en Improved farms,
Escambia and Santa Resa counties,
Florida: Baldwin and Monroe counties,
Alabama, and Pensacola property. A. C
BINKLEY, Attorney, 713 Blount Blda-.
Pensacola, Fta.
EDUCATIONAL
WANTED Music scholars
Isabel GracL Phone 235.
(plano.
33:9
Visit the Attic
It takes genuine courage 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 there and look around. You will
say "Wnere in the world did all this stuff come
. from?" "What shall I do with it?" WelL the first
I thing to do is get a copy of this paper and turn
to the WANTFJr-MISCElXANEOUS classifi
cation. There you will find a list of reliable
merchants who buy second-hand goods. Phone
one of these men and they wi 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 you.
You will also be ahead of the game financially.
IUmI thm Want Ads m '
THE DAILY JOURNAL
HELP MALE
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR
NAL. . 3X78
BOTS EARN MONET selling The Pen
sacola Journal, daily and Sunday.
Wanted. 100 boys dally and 2 OA roya
Sundays to make from 50o to $5 a day.
See Circulation Manager any morning a
o'clock.
WANTED Six colored boys over 16
years of age to work In Pastime Bowl
ing Alley, 108 South Palafox street.
WANTED Meat cutter, and to manage
marketr 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
hie own team. . .
WANTED THOROUGHLY COMPET
ENT GENERAL CLERK. GOOD SAL
ARY TO COMMENCE AND EXCEL
LENT CHANCE FOR PROMOTION.
APPLY STANDARD OIL-COMPANY,
WANTED Cook. Apply 904 North Bar
celona street. Can furnish room if de
sired. 3466
W A N T E O IMMEDIATELY TWO
GRADERS AND " TWO CYPRESS
SHINGLE PACKERS. WAGES $3.75 A
DAY. THE J. D. CAMERON fc SON
CO., MOBILE. ALA. 3199
SALESMAN An opportunity for several
high grade men to oonnect with the
sales force of a large eastern manufac
turer now opening offices in Pensacola
for the distribution of their product in
Western Florida. Call at room 213, Amer
ican National Bank building, between 1
and 5 p. m. 3465
LOST AND FOUND
si uom wrisi waicn Detween th
postofflce and Rox Photo Shoo. - Lib
eral reward for return to 209 North Bar
celona street. 3449
POSITION WANTED
EXPERIENCED, BOOKKEEPER, taking
Bpeciai course, wianes position. An
swer "B. X. D..1 care Journal. 3453
WANTED
WANTED -Tour Job printing and orders
for engraving of all kinds; calling
cards, wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES
PRINTING CO., 20-22 West Government
street. - . iq
WANTED Ail kinds of phonograph
work, no matter what the make. Called
fo- and delivered If desired. The Piano
ghop. Phone 791, 18-20 E. Garden St.
The Housekeepers' Burden House, win
dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa
cola Hous and Window Cleanino Co.
ean carry the whole load for you. Phone
via ror inTormauon. .Address 196 No.
Palafox St, J051
WANTED To' buy a light vehicle to
drive with horse. Address T. Watson.
carA Journal "
3433
WANTED To buy roll top desk. Ad
dress N." .care Jotfrnal. 3444
WANTED Four-foot pine wood cut
prices and quantity. Stearns Lumber A
IT f TT TXT..1I .
1 j . iiiuitr, .manager
Ketaii xard. - j 3471
WANTED To buy three-chair barber
shop. Address Room 12, New York
Hotel, 509 West Bay street. Jackson
ville, Fla - - 3470
WANED Board and ' room In L private
family, close up town. . Address L. E.
C. care Journal. 3443
1
OPPORTUNITIES
THE BEST CIGAR AND NEWS STAND
location in Pensacola for renL Address
i vj. drawer aois. . 3378
TOANSFER-Storai?e
-invjnIVi 1 KANb' fc-H COMPANY.
PHONE 334. HAULING, PACKING.
MUKINU.
CITY TRANSFER COM PA IVY THE OLD
ncUABLE. PHONE 400. BAGGAGE
AND FURNITURE HAULED, PACKED
AND STORED. m
LODGE NOTICE
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. C.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. O. O. F
Ralford Hall, corner Baylen and Bel
mont streets.. Visitors cordially invited.
8. A. BRITT. COB,
Carpenters J Joiners Local 81 meets
ttoruana and Baylen streets, at 8 p. m.
H. PALSEN. Prs.
W. JJ. LANGFORD. Hecy. - .
BROTHERHOOD OP
rjAlLWAY CLERKS
Pensacola Lodge S11.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of , hall
J. N. SrrrfCi, Wm. P. Darfs,
RecoMlng Beoretary- Preald-rt
T82
JUN40R ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacola Council No. 35. Junior Order
united American Mechanics, meets sec
ond and fourth F-ldaye. 8 p. rn.. at IC
J. D. MILLER. N. O.
S. NICOLAN. Rec. Secy.
Modern Order of Praetorians.
Pensacola Council. No. 1063. meets
every second and fourth Monday at 8
p. m. n W. O. W. Iiall. eorner Romana
and Baylen streets. All Prr -torlans are
cordially , Invited.
M. E. MORET. S. A.
C. E. SMITH, Rec.
LODGE NOTICE. '
Pensacola Trades and Labor - Council
meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m
at West SCarramwna street.
TT. : S. KIELET. President.
R. D. LaMONT, Secretary,
DAMON LODGE. No. 13. K. of P.
Damon Lodge. No. 13,- Knights of
Pythias, meets In regular session everv
Tuesday at Castle Hall on East Inten
dencia street at 8 p. m. - Visitors wel
come. .
W. C. CAMPBELL. C. C.
B. V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S. '
Machinist Helper Lodge.
Machinists Heloers' Lodge. No. 901
meets every Wednesday night in Boil
ermakers hall, on corner of Palafox and
Romana streets.
. I P. BTJRTT, President.
C. tr. WOODHAM. Rec. Sot
F. A A. M.
Regular communication of Pensacola
Lodge. No. 42. F. & A. M.. Thursday,
October 23. 1919, at 7:30 p. m. Work in
F. C. degree. Vlstltlnjf brothers fra
ternally invited.
M. B. SCOTT. W. M.
D. R. SAUNDERS. Secretary. .
PENSACOLA LODGE, No. 3. K. OF P.
meets every Thursday at 7:30 p. m., in
K. of P. Hall. Ill East Intendenela
street, over McHugh store. Vir Iting
brothers cordially Invited.
W. E. KING. Rec. See.
- Regular meeting of the- Lodge - every
Monday. 7:30 p. m.. at . their hall on
EastJntendencla street. .
R. C. MADSEN, C. C.
' C. F. STEWART, K of K, 4 8. -
DANCING
DANCING TAUGHT, at ZOS West Oreg-
ery street. For lufonnauoe. phone 178.
LEGAL NOTICES
CREW NOTICE.
Neither the Captain. owners .. nor
agents of the American Motor Schr "M.
Lltzon" will be responsible for debts con
tracted by the crew of said vessel.
J. D. WILLIAMS,
Representative of Owners.
JOHN A. M ERR ITT & CO.. Agents. 3410
NOTICE.
After Saturday, Oct. 18. the Barkdull
Land Company will occupy their new
quarters at 30 East Garden, 2nd door
west of Pensacola Electric Company.
- 3386
Office of Scithern States Lumber Co.,
PensacMa. Fla., Oct. 13th, 1919.
Notice la hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders of the South
ern States Lumber Comrjanv will be held
at Its office in the City of Pensacola,
on the 12th day of November, A. D.,
i.ia, at 11 o'clock a. m. At said 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 members and that the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders shall be held
on the second Wednesday of February of
each year.
WM. B. RANDALL.
octlSoaw4w Assistant Secretary.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th
day of November, A. D. 1919. application
will be made f the Govefnor of the
State of Florida, at TalUiiassee. the
capital of said state, for letters patent
upon the following charter of the cor
poration to be named Pensacola Com
press & Warehouse Company. We. John
A. Merritt. George W. Howe. H. H.
Thornton. E. G. Carter, Hunter Brown,
1L' F. Mitchell and Leroy V. Holsberry.
do here by make application for leflters
patent incorporating us and our asso
ciates into a corporation in accordance
with the laws of the State of Florida,
under the followiy charter:
1. The name 1 the corporation snail
be. Pensacola Compress & Warehouse
Company, and its principal place of
oustness shall he at I'enaacoia. tioriaa.
with ihe right by its proper officers to
establish other places or Business in
ihe State of Florida, and other : states
and countries.
2. The general nature of the business
to be transacted shall be the compress-
in sr. storing, insuring, buying and sell
ing, and otherwise caring for and hand
ling cotton, and cotton linters, and other
cotton products, to likewise buy, sell
arrd handle cotton, cotton seed and cot
ton products, and act as agent for
others to secure insurance, store and
do all other things which are necessary
or convenient to care for cotton, cotton
linters. cotton products, cotton seed, and
cotton seed products, and to do all things
which are necessary and convenient in
carrying on the business of compressing,
storing, buying, selling and exporting
ton seed products and act as agents for
cotton seed and cotton products on be
half of said corporation, and in handling
the same as agent or brokers lor others
and to store, insure, care for and handle
other products and to all things which
are necessary or convenient for carry
ing on a general storage and warehouse
business, which shall include the buying
and sellirfg of all products, also hand
ling thee same as browers.
3. The amount of capital stock shall
be $100lOOO.OO. divided into itjan nun
dred shares of $100.00 each, and shall
be payable in lawful money of the uni
ted States at such times and in such
amounts as the directors may require,
and also in property or service at their
lust value. 1
4. The said corporation shall exist
for a period of 93 years from the date
of the granting of the (letters patent
to it. ,
5. j The business of the said corpor
etion shall be 1 conducted by a Preai
dent, a Vice-President, a Secretary and a
Treasurer and a Board of Directors.
consisting of not less than five nor more
than seven in numbers, the number to
be fixed by the by-laws of the cor
poration. Until the first election the
Board of Directors shall consist of seven
members. The positions of secretary
and treasurer may be held by the same
person ir so -directed by the Board of
Directors. The directors shall be elected
annually at a meetme of the stock
holders to be held on the third Tuesday
in January or each year, and the D;fec
tors so elected shall elect at the same
time, or as soon thei carter as nractlc
able, a President, a Vice-President. Sec
retary and Treasurer. 1 Until the first
election John. A. Merritt shall be presi
dent; irl. Thornton, secretary and
treasurer, and George W. Howe shall
be vice-president, and the said John A.
Merritt, H. H. Thornton, George W.
Howe. Hunter Brown. R. F. Mitchell.
E. G. Carter and Leroy V. Holsberry
snail constitute the Board of Directors
6 The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability which the corporation may
at any time subject Itself is $150,000.00.
The names and residences of the sub
scribers and the amount of stock sub
scribed for each are as follows, and the
subscribers hereto do hereby subscribe
to the following shares and amounts, to-
wit:
John A. Merritt, Pensacola. Fla.. 50
shares, $5,000.00.
H. H. Thornton. Peeacola. Fla.. 10.
snares, ji.uou.uo.
George W. Howe, Pensacola, Fla.. 20
shares. $2,000.00.
E. G. Carter. Pensacola. Fla..
50
10
10
shares. $5,000.00.
Hunter Brown. Pensacola. Fla..
shares, $1,000.00.
K. F. Mitchell. Fensacola, Fla..
shares, $1,000.00.
Leroy V. Holsberry, Pensacola. Fla.. 5
shares. $5,000.00.
In-witness whereof the before men
tioned subscn'bers have hereunto signed
their names.
JOHN A,' MERRITT,
GEO. W. HOWE,
H. H, THORNTON,
E. G. CARTER. ;
HUNTER BROWN.
R. F. MITCHELL.
LEROY V. HOLSBERRY.
State of Florida, County of Escambia, ss:
Before the subscriber, a Notary Pub
lic, in and for the State and ' County,
personally spnear . John A. 1 Merritt.
George W. Howe, H. If. Trtrnton,
Hunter Brown, E. G. carter, k. jr.
Mitchell and Leroy V. Holsberry-. known
to me to be the individuals described
by said names, and acknowledged that
they executed the foregoing instrument
for the uses ana purposes Therein set
forth. -
Given under my hand and. official seal.
this the 21st day of October. 1919. '
R. R. MALLOKY.
Notary Public.
My commission expires Sept. 5, 1920.
PERSONAL
VENEREAL DISEASES treated free at
state government clinle. room 207. city
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
teat 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, 6:15 to 7:15
p.- n&
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MARKET REPORTS i
&
New York, Oct. 21. Cotton futures
opened steady. October 34.85: De
cember 34.75; January 34.38; March
34.15; May 33.85.
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New Orleans, Oct. 21. Cotton fu
tures opened steady. October 35.43 .
December 34.75; January 34.37; March
34.00; May 33.70. J
Liverpool, Oct. 21. Spot in good de.
mand, prices .firm. - Good middling
23.66; fully middling 23.06; middling
22.36; low middling 20.41; good" ordi
nary 18.48; ordinary 17.46. - !..
Saies 10,000 bales, including 7,900
American. Receipts 6,000 bales, no
American. Futures closed very steady.
Oct. 22.45; Nov. 22.40; Dec. 22.26 . Jap.
1.99; Mar. 1.55; May 21.19; July 20.87.
New York. Oct. 21. The cotton mar
ket showed renewed firmness at the
opening today owing to the unfavor
able weather map, relatively firm ca
bles and reports of a ) renewed spot
demand following the lull of late last
week. First prices were steady at an
advance of 10 to 27 points and the ac
tive months sold about 40 to 45 points
net higher during the early trading.
The advance extended to 35.06 for
December and 34.87 for January ,or
55 to 64 points net higher later In the
morning, owing to very bullish stfot
advices, trade and Liverpool buying
while there was also a broadening of
commission house demand and cov
ering by recent sellers.
Chicago, Oct.21. Corn Jumped in
price today as a result of the action
by the railroad administration putting
into force the new system of moving
grain. Opening prices ranged from
1-2 to 3-9c higher, but were followed
by a reaction after the initial rush of
buyers had been satisfied.
HELP FEMALE .
MKNOGRAPHKK3 WANTUD Keghuer
with the emplovment department of
the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to
289 Brent Bldg. No cnarge. Positions
waiting. - 4i4i
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 Woman with business ex
perience, who wants to establish bust.
ness'of her own. Must be-honest. reliable
?nd willing to work -steadily. Telephone
029, or call 204 Blount building. 3462
WANTED Good cook; also nurse. Ap
ply today 1900 East LaRua street. ,tr
Phone 1297. Mrs. E. T. White. 3467
WANTED Experienced cook and house
girl. Apply 209 West DeSoto street..
ADVERTISEMENT.
Notice of Sale of Certlfleat of Indebt
edness tf the City of Per.sacola. -,
Sealed bids will be received bv th
Board of. Commissioners of the Citv of
Pensacola, Florida, until 2 o'clock d. m..
on Monday, October 27, J919, for tho
purchase of all or any rart of the fol
lowing designated Certificates of In
debtedness authorized to be issued by
ordinance passed September 19. 1919. ,
Said certificates to la dated Novem
ber 1, 1919, numbered one (1) to thirty
five (S5 of the denomination of One
Thousand Dollars rtl.00C.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.
Each bid shall spti:y number of the
certificates bid tor. and must be marte
on a blank form to be obtained from the
city clerk and mut be accompanied -by
a duly certified heck 8- fyinH In tlio
City of Pensacola for 5 per cecit'of the
total amount of the bid ihe bid mupt
be sealed and addrepse-l to the Board
of Commissioners of the City of Pen
sacola. and marked "Bid for Certificates
of indebtedness. ... r
The certificates wl'l be sold to- the
highest and best bidder who offers to
accept the lowest rate of Interest nat
exceeding 6 per cent per annura.
No bids for less than par value of tho
certificates will be considered.
All bids will be publicly opened -and
read at a mctting of the Board of .Com
missioners to be held In the city hall at
2 o'clock p. m., on Monday, October 27,
1919.
The successful bidder will be renulred
to accept delivery and pay cash for all
certificates at the City of Pensacola on
November 1, 1919.. . :,
The right is reserved to reject ansr
and all bids. 7 "
For further particulars aooly to the
city clerk or F. D.. Kandera. Commis
sioner of Financ and Revenue.
Board of Commissioners of the Cftv
of Pennacola.
F D. SANDERS. w
GEO. H. HINRICHSP
F. R. POTT.
Attest: L. E. HEINBTSRG. City Clerk.
LICENSE NOTICE ;
Licenses becam 2 due and -pay
able October 1st. By the terms
of the Ordinance they become
delinquent after October 31st,
and beginning November 1, are
subject to a PENALTY of fifty -per
cent (50). You are urged
therefore to pay your license
durin gOctober, and e-jcape this
penalty. ,
J. O. WALKER,
Comptroller.
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