THE PENS ACOLA JOURNALV FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
Froml7:Q0 a. m.
to 8:00 p. m.
JO UFIHLSlI Read DaOy by ' V
Remember, to be sure of youe
copy of the Sunday Journal. It
is necessary that you order the
paper regularly from your news
dealer or newsboy. Rsad the
want ad pages today.
The Marketplace of
Time ' 30,000 People
SUNDAY Small Cost Big Results
t J o urn a 1
Ads. Work All The
Ad. Columns of,.
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V ADVANCE i;f
ONE RATE TO ALIi
Count the words In your advertise
ment and multiply It by the number
of times you desire, it printed, and
The counting: of words Include the
words "For Sale." "Wanted, etc,
and the address.
No adTertisement taken for les than
BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS
TYPE, TWO CENTS PER WORD.
Paragraphed matter, line dashes,
white tace. classified dlsplaj : 6c
per line. E6o per Inch (12 lines make
Regular advertisers with ledger ac
counts may havo advertisements
Kill orders should given In writ
ing, never ever the telephone.
if your name In in the telephone
book we will accept your ad over
the telephone, charge It to vou at the
regular rate, and snd the bill the
Courteous operators. thoroughly
familiar with rates, rules and classi
fication will give you complete In
formation. And If you vh thev will
sssiat yo In warding your advertise
ment to make It most effective.
Advertisers should give tbelr street
or postofflce address as wll as tbelr
r-hone number If thev desire results.
Few readers have a teleohone and
hey csn't communicate with you.un
!e they Vfow vour address. J
Phons 1500 between 9 a. m. and 8
t. m.. week days. - 9 a. m. to 11 a, m.
Journal Want Ads Cover West
FOR SALE Second hand sewing ma-
chines, ah makes. $5.00 up. Guaran
teed. Reynalda Music - House. Thone
In answering advertisements be sure
to mention The Journal.
FOR SALE Improved farms at Gonza
. 5: Z vrln exchange for city propertv.
A S. Ed ward .- Phnn. ira ni
FOR SALE By owner, 142 West Zar
ragessa street, corner store and two
story residence on same lot facing Bar
celona street. Call at 200 West Zarragossa
street. ' 3441
FOR SALT: Eleht room house and
store connected, with stock and fix
Ia:JS Interested caU at 6th. avenue
ayl 18th street. 3642
FOR SALE Road cart, harness and sad
dle in good condition. 120 West Zarra
FOR RALE Small wood cook stove.
102 North Alcaniz, 3799
FOR SALT; Twenty acres of good farm
ing land at Cantonment. Fla. Any
reasonable offer will be considered. Ad
dress S. E. Donaldson.. Stuart. Fla. 3773
FOR KALE 22-foot launch. 6-foot beam,
canvas cover: new Maine bearine.
JCal 2093. S:8 North 10th avenue. 3777
FOR SALE Girl's blcvcle. Practically
new. In perfect condition- $33. Ad
dress 427 East Gregory. 3785
FOR SALE Ever-bearing Strawberry
Plants, ,7Bo ner hundred. Apply F. M.
Williams, or phone 895.
FOR SALE National cash reglter and
Oliver typewriter. Aonlv M. & o.
store. . 3801
FOR SALE Overlaid car. 5-passenirer,
model "SO." Good condition. Price. $275
or will trade for smaller, car, - Address
Box 56. Brent. Fla. 3824
FOR SALE LET THE COAL MINERS
STRIKE I BUY WOOD AT REDUCED
PRICE. ROUCH MILL ENDS AT $1.23
PER LOAD W H I L E I T LASTS.
STEARNS LUMBER & EXPORT" COM
FOR SALE One-ton Ford truck. $450.
Apply 2111 West Jackson street. 8816
FOR SALE -Grocery store and meat
market. Corner Alcanla and Gonzales.
FOR SALE 11 head of Jersey cows. One
mare, one horse four years old; pair
mules; one oil stove. Address Mrs, E. O.
Brown. Cantonment, Fla. 85
FOR SALE TEN COMBINATION OAS
AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES. BAR
GAIN. ELEBASH JEWELRY COMPANY.
FOR SALE Locomobile' speedster, com
pletely overhauled. Must sell for' busi
ness reasons. Inquire for Lieut. Whltted.
at flying boat, foot of Palafox street;
FOR SALE One white enamel sink.
1315 East Cervantes. Phone 1860.
FOR SALE 22-foot round-bottom Juni
per launch. foot beam, 6 and 8 h.
p. La thro p engine. Will trade for Ford
car of equal value. J. II. Hatches, Pat
terson Station, Little Bavou 101
YOU SHOULD SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST BEFORE
, wr YOU BUY
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Largo two-story dwelling, four bed rooms, heated with hot air furnace
in basement; best North Hill neighborhood .$7,000.00
Five room cottage away from city taxes, Just across Little Bayou on a
half aero lot ' $2,650.00
COS and 508 East Jordan Four rooms and city -water $900.00 each on
114 East-Jackson Five rooms bath and gas terms .......,..$1,850.00
Large furnished Rooming House, willing fo sub-let lease and sell fur
"We Always Have Houses For Sale "
PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent
2 yVE'r 5-PASSENGER, $300.
2 E22E'.5-PASSENGER, $250.
1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK. IMn.
1 V,AD!Pi-ER PASSENGER
2 EwP,?N SPEEDSTER, $725.
1 OVERLAND ROADSTER, $225.
UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY
FOR SALE: Good store doing: good busi
ness. Reason for selling, ill health.
Apply F. Segaree. Florida,. Blanca and
FOR SALE Four-post bed In good con
dition. Phone 1612. 107
FOR SALE Household goods, cheap ' for
cash. Apply 702 East Gadsden street.
FOR SALE Buick light 6 car. five pas
senger. Splendid condition. Apply 7th
avenue ana JMaiiory street. Phone S39.
FOR SALE One reed baby carriage. In
good condition. Apply 1010 East Cer
vantes. , i 96
FOR SALE Ford 5-passenger 191S model
engine. Just been overhauled with new
parts. 911 East Gonzalez street. 94
Kjti SAijm t.aison inonogra; l ani
records, all In good condition. Phone
U. S. ARMY GOODS SALE.
U- S. Army Ranges, 22 inches high, 3S
inches wide. 52 inches deep, asbestor tile
lining, nickel trimmed, with fire box
9x18 inches, water back readv to connect
, wnn not water tank; oven 24 Inches
deen. 28 inches wide, 14 inches high, with
shelf; warming closet 8 Inches high, 23
iiiches deep, 14 inches wide; has soot box
end ornaments; back, with shelf 24 inches
nign. 10 inches deep. 33 inches wide: five
Joints Pipe, 2 large boilers with lids;
Worth $200; cost government $161.50. Our
special price $67.50
U. S. Army galvanized Hot Water Tanks,
82 gallon capacity, 85-lb pressure: al
most new $24.95
U. S. Army Heaters, Radiant Home Hot
Blast, large size, nickel trimmed. A
very beautiful stove. Suitable for dwel
lings, offices, halls, schools, stores, etc
A regular $65 heater. Only slightly used.
As good a3 new. Will burn coal and
wood ....... i ,.....$37.50
U. S. Olive Drab Pure Wool Shirts. Class
A. 82.75: Class B. $2.25; Class C, $1.95
each. Or in dozen lots: Class A. $29; Class
B, 123-85: Class C, $20.95 dozen.
U. S Army Regulation Olive Drab ALL
WOOL Blankets. Renovated and re
paired. Average weight 4 lbs. each $3.95
U. S. Army Commercial Comforts, class
A. $3.50 each, or $36 doz.; class B, $2.25
each, or $21 doz; class C. $1.75 each, or
$18 doz: class D. 95c each or $10 doz.
U. S. Army Leather Sleeveless Jackets
with-wool lining. No better Jackets to.
oe Had for warmth this winter. Win tasc
you for years and give you much com- ,
rort. special, each js.su
U. S. Army Wool Olive Drab Coats. A
splendid coat. Brood condition: WORTH
NEW $12.50 each $4.25
U. S. Army Wool Overcoat. For winter
and stormy weather you cannot secure
a better overcoat. Seen service, but In
erood condition. May . be--dyed black or
blue at little cost if desired. Snecial $10.95
U. S. Army Sheepskin Lined Coats. 38
inches long ....$28.00
U. S. Army Tents. 16x16x11 ft; class B.
Only slightly used, very bt condition.
Free from holes and tears. Made of gen
uine U. S. Army 12.4 oz duck; total weight
of ten 100 lbs. Price $39.75; U. S. Army
Tents 16x15x11 ft. Used only ten flays
no patches, no holes, no repairs. Price
S49.75 each: U. S. Army Tent tiles, ciass
B: excellent conditional 4x154 ft. Price
$24.00. u. S. Armv Tent Flies, excellent
condition. 9x15. Price $22.00
U. S. . Armv Khaki Breeches. These
breeches have been washed, pressed and
are in good, serviceable condition. We
offer them In dozen lots at $9.00 per
dozen pairs. Per pair only .950
U. S. Army Raincoats. aouDie oac
wotr rirnnt houeht from (rovemment
contractors. A real value at. ...... .$12.50
TT. R. Army Raincoats, serviceable. I6.511
XT. S. Army Field Shoes, new. pair.. $8.00
U. S. Army Russett Leather Shoes, nsed
but serviceable, pair. v
TT. S. Armv Felt Hats, each '5c
TT. S. Army Web Walt Belts, each.... 25c
U. S. Army Canvas Folding Cots. A very
useful and comfortable folding cot.
Suitable for botels. families. camping,
etc. Strong and durable. Only, each 2.9a
TJ. S. Army Regulation Double Wheel
Harness, good condition. This harness
is complete. Double wheel harness worth
$125. Only, per set ', 67.50
U. S. Armv Leather Ooen Bridles; mad
at Rock Island Arsenal. Good, sound
leather throughout. Special, each.. $3.75
TJ. S. Armv Leather Heavy Halter a
fplendld halter: only each. ......... $l-2o
TJ S Army verv heavy galvanized 1--
ot. water or fir buckets. Worth new.
$9.00 Snectal. esc 6aC
TJ. S. Armv Galvanized Iron Garbaee
Cans, without lids
Most of these goods have-seen service,
but are In good condition.
Cash with order. References, any bank
!nNEf BAC-K IF NOT SATIS
VTF.D. Prices f. o. b. Greenville. S. ,C.
plesce Include nostare when ordering
Koods sent bv parcel po. RU road fire
refunded customers. 300-mile ramus.
vlsYttaS our store and buying $300.00 or
BRADLET Tinvnim WAREHOUSE CO.,
B GREENVILLE. S. C. -f
WANTED Lady desires position as
stenographer. Now employed but
wishes to change. Commercial or mer
cantile work preferred. Address Steno
grapher, car Journal. 3317
THE READERS of the classified ads
constltuto a small army of buyers tell
them about that used car or other useful
artIe you have for sale. ' ,
FOR RENT Light housekeeping apart
ment. 21S South Palafox. Phone 580.
FOR RENT -r Comfortably furnished
room, modern conveniences.-. Apply
240 Wast Garden street. Phone 707.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Big
Bayou. Convenient to air station or
shipyard. Electric lights and bath. Phone
824. 6 3677
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suit
able for light housekeeping. 214 N.
Alcaniz atreeL - - 14
FOR RENT Neatly furnished room for
gentleman. Reasonable. Apply 810 East
Gadsden. Phone 1516. 2764
FOR RENT Large furnished room.
modern conveniences: adjoining bath
room. East Hill, one block to car line.
Private family. Address "G," care The
FOR RENT Room for light housekeep
ing. All improvements, cheao rent.
1506 East La Rua street. Take East Hill
car to Jackson and 15th avenue. Phone
175. . 62
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on
North hill, suitable for light housekeep
ing. 1120 N. Palafox. Phane 167.
FOR- RENT Two or three rooms for
lleht housekeeping, furnished complete.
Will rent one or two separately. 323
East Romana. Phone 1568.. 3762
FOR RENT Furnished lisrht house
keeping rooms. 114 West Chase. 71
FOR RENT Two nice rooms on North
Hill, furnished or unfurnished. Fhone
1390. - 3772
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, one
laree. one small, one b'ock from T. M.
C. A.. -14 East La Rua. Phone 55. 37S0
FOR RENT Rooms, comfortably fur
nished. 115 North Baylen. 3800
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
Private entrance. Phone 1806. 19 N.
Guillemarde. , 3794
FOR RENT Two rooms nicely furnished
for housekeepine. Apply 1203 t-ast
Gadsden. Phone - 1478. 3802
FOR RENT Suite of rooms. Desirable
location. Modern conveniences. Phone
1387. 915 East Gadsden.
FOR RENT To 'gentlemen, room fur
nished 1 n beautiful private home;
modern in every way; on car line. Phone
16S4 and give reference. ai
FOR RENT After November 8th, on
North Hill, comforts My rurnisnea room
with - kitchenette. 920 Isorth Jtsayien
street. Phone 2231. a-"
FOR RENT Front room, not nam.
electric lights. - 103 west, urejeorv
street. ' 3
FOR RENT One large front room fur
nished, for gentlemen only. AppVy 227
iTo ct nrwnrv street. 38-0
it or? R-p'-NrT Four rooms, bath. hall, back
and front porch. 503 West Gregory
FOR RENT Furnished apartment for
house keeping. All modern conven
lences. Apply 206 West Gregory.
FOR RENT One extra laree unfurnished
front room. Apply 415 North 6th aye.
FOR RENT Three nice, large, clean
.connected rooms and kitchenette for
Heht housekeeping. 1211 Kast erainarn
vrxy uttvt Thrpo unfurnished rooms:
use of phone, lights, bath. etc. Half
block of car line. Quiet, most desirable
neighborhood. Immediat possession. ro
children. No. 1323 East Mallory. or phone
FOR RENT Large room and board for
.two men. or man and wife, without
.t.iu..n Arnlv 507 12th aVC l"vJ
FOR RENT Two rooms for ifght house
keeping, nne .-iawn
pod rent Two furnished roomsxfor
l!rht houseKeepin. e""
Fhone. 811 North Davis street.
1 iHnv'i "
Belmont street. " ' -' ' -
TR. ANSTR-Stor acre
STrGprXTCS transfer company,
PH-NE 334. HAULING, PACKITG.
riTV TBNRFE fiftMPAvY-fHI? OLO
RFLIAHl-e. PHONE 400. BA3QAOE
AND FURNITURE HAULED. PACKED
A M r STOREO. !
EAGAN TRANSFER CO.
RAPID AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
Umiina and transferring of all kinds.
All orders promptly attended to. Trunks
sd Baggao specialty. Pone 172 r
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Passport. pocketbook. Morris
Anthony Dealhoussyess. Also English
nassnort. Finder return to si earn snap"
Argentine, or to Journal office.
LOST Kapna Signa Fraternity pin. Set
with pearls ana eyieraias. uosz euner
Ir Isis tneatre or on sireec. ttewara.
Saw Teetn iTperiy i-reated: also
Grinding Knives. Shears. e:c. Hand
Saws, 25c 223 E. Tntendencia St. Cmt
Cut Sawa uummea. , . zsos
REPAIRING B. H. Falrchlld. 1018 E.
I-aRua St. ITpholsterlng. The right
k'nd. Automobile cushions made to last.
Repairs and rejinlshlng. Phone 1811.
Sewing "Machines and String Instruments
repaired. Pnone zsi. 4. H. Blakesley,
16 East Garden street.
LOANS ON REAL. ESTATE,
we lend money on Real Estae in ths
City on short notice. Pleasa stat in
application it you have an Abstract of
Title to the property.
Call and see nm.
THE WATSON AGENCY. Inc.
T 8outh Palafox St.
LONG TERM LOANS on Improved farms,
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties.
Alabama, and Pensaeela property. A. C.
BINKLEY. Attorney. 713 Blount BSdo-
Good Jobs Don't
Do not- rely upon luck or accident
to get you a good, paying position.
The reason we hear so much about
luck is because it is the exception and not the ,
rule. It is unusual, therefore talked about.
No one need complain about their inability to
secure employment. Competent help is at a
premium; any number of offices, factories and
general business concerns in this city would be glad to
employ you if they knew you were idle. Get busy and
read the HELP WANTED ADS today.
Read the Want Ads in
THE DAILY JOURNAL
WANTED Tour Job orlntlng and orders
for engraving of all kinds; calling
cards, wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES
PRINTING CO.. 20-22 West Government
WANTED All Kinds of phonograph
work, no matter what the make. Called
for and delivered If desired. The Piano
Shop, Phons 791. 18-20 E. Garden St.
The Housekeepers' Burden House, win
dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa
cola Hous and Window Cleaning Co.
can carry the whole load for you. Phone
1013 for Information. .Address 196 No.
Palafox St. 301
WANTED Million feet rough yellow
pine boards, four inches and wider.
Mill run or graded. Write what you
have. Address Lumber, care.' Journal.
WANTED One small buffet. Must be
cheap and -In good condition. Phono
WANTED By business lady, room and
board for two months: must be rea
sonable, and in walking distance to busi
ness section. Address "H. A.," care The
WANTED Five or six-room house com
pletely furnished. East Hill section pre
ferred. D. R. Curtis, 1216 East Avery
street. Phone 2264.
WANTED Light housekeeping rooms or
furnished apartments, Novemebr 1, by
naval officer's wife and 6-months-oM
babv Possession about November 15.
Full particulars with price. Address T.
if. C. care Journal.
WANTED EAR CORN LOTS ONLY
COW PEAS. ANY VARIETY. ANY
QUANTITY. CHARLES E. MITCHELL
CO.. MONTGOMERY, ALA. 97
WANTED NIGHT PUPILS BY TEACH.
ER WITH FOUR YEARS' EXPERI
ENCE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ADDRESS
P. O. BOX 238. : r 106
WANTED THIRTY SHIPYARD BOAR.
nFRS. RATI-. ss.no PtR Wttl
r.OOD SERVICE. PHONE 2313. 10a
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with tne employment department ot
the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to
28? Brent Bldg. No ccarge. positions
WANTED A nurse. Apply 111 West
fSVANTED Colored girl to work In tailor
shop as helper. K- J. tiorras. Bayien
and Intendencia streets, rnone auuj. tz
WANTED Wash woman 'to wash on
place Apply 16 Nortn . oyie street.
WANTED SEVERAL SALES LADIES
OVER 17 YEARS OF AQfc. WHU CAN
FURNISH GOOD REFERENCE. APPLY
AT ONCE. S. H. KHcaS & 3S1
WANTED A COMPETENT NURSE for
THREE M O N I M o nun i n t r
TRIP. REFERENCES REQUIRED. AP
PLY IN MORNING. MK!. W. B3. tWUANi
1121 .NORTH BARCELONA. ? 3812
WANTED STENOGRAPHER. APPLY
602 AMERICAN BAIN n. builuinu
DANCING TAUGHT, at Zt wst Greg-
ory street, nr luxormauoc, pnone nw.
WANTfeQ BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE? JOUR
BCTS EARN MONEY selling The Pen
eacola Journal, daily tJ Sunday.
Wanted. 100 boys daily ana 2-3 roys
sunaayg to make from 50c to 35 a oay.
See Circulation Manager any morning 6
WANTED Delivery boy with bicycle.
212 South Palafox.
WANTED An office boy or girl. Apply
to Blount, Blount & Carter, Blount
TATTOOING Electric tattooing in all
colors. 204 M South Palafox.
rtNbACULA LODGl- NO. 4, I. O. C. F.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F,
Ralford Hall, corner Baylen and Bel
mont streets. Visitors cordially luvtted.
8. A- BR ITT. Con.
BROTHERHOOD OP -
Pansacola Lodoe 811.
Regular meetings first and third Fri
day each month. K. of x. halt
J. NT. Bmi;1!, , Wo. P. DsMi,
Recording Secretary- Pretld-
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
VensaenJa Council No. 35. Junior Order
United Am-rlcan Mechanics, meets sec
ond and fourth F-tdays. S o. ra., at K
J. D. MILLER. N. O
S. NTCOLAN. Rec. Secy. , - .
Modern Order of Praetorians.
Pensacola Council. JKo. 1063. mt
every second and fourth Monday at s
p. m. in W. O. W. hall, corner Romana
and Baylen streets. All Prr -torlans are
M. E. MOREY. S. A.
C. E. SMITH. Rec.
Pensacola Trades and Iabor Council
meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m..
a: 12 Wet Zarnxwona treeL
H. S. KIELEY. PresidenL
R. D. LaMONT. Sscretary.
DAMON LODGE. No. 13, et. of P.
Damon Lodge. No. 13, EMghts of
Pythias, meets In reenlar session every
Tuesdav at Cast' H-'I on e-t. Inten
dencla street at 7:30 p. m- Visitors wel
come. ' W. C. rAMFf.Ti, C. C.
B. V. HOLLAND. R. of R. & S.
Machinist Helpers Lodg.
Machinists Helrvers' Lodge. No. 901.
meets every Wednesday nlerht In Boil
ermakers hall. . on corner of Palafox and
T. P. prrp.TT. President.
1 C. tT. WOODHAM. Rec Ser,
FENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 3. K. OF P.
Regular meeting of the Lodge every
Monday. 7:30 p. m., at their hall on East
R. C. MAD SEN, C. C
C. FV STEWART, K. of It & S.
THE ROYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
will ooen a Lodee in Pensacola. Special
Initiation. 86. This wilt be the last chance
to get in on such a low Se. For further
information applv George N. Allen, 401
North Guillemarde. 78
Special communication of
Escambia Lodge. No. 15. F. &
A. M.. Friday. Nov.. 8. at 7:30
p. m. Work In . the E. - A. de
gree. Visiting brothers fra
JOHN G. CARO.
F.D.RICHARDS. W. M.
UTBURSTS of EVERETT TRUE
AND "THG MEAUftG
X HAVCL JUT 35NT A TSL.e:2T?M TO OOfc 75e?-rt
rrecciNG: HIM THAT I WAS
"nw- rvwowiTY IN
(vas -aerjT Vou -by J.13ocas w orpictoos NUT
yir-mj . 1 if into LHS
In Escambia County Circuit Court, State
of Florida In Chancery.
Wallace Cobb vs.' Josephine'Lena Cobb,
-fin -Monday,- the first day of DecembeTi
A. D. 1919, the defendant. Josephine Lena
Cobb, is required to appear to the bill
filed against her herein.
This order to -be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks, .in The
Pensacola Journal a newspaper pub
lished in said Escambia county.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By M. L. BELL, D. C.
Pensacola. Fla., October 30, 1919.
Notice is hereby given tht the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of Hannah McCray, deceased, will on
the 8th day of January. A. D. 1920. pre
sent his final account and vouchers to
the county judge of Escambia county.
flcrlda, and ask to be discharged from
his said administratorship.
November 7th, 191. -
November 7th, 1919. novloaw9w
LEON COUNTY EXHIBITS
v ATTRACTING INTEREST
Tallahassee, Fla, (Nov. 5: (Special)
The Leon county fair today began
its annual meeting. In spite of in
clement weather the attendance on
tho opening day was larger than in
previous years. The exhibits, too, this
year, excel those, which have been
shown on previous occasions, and the
interest of the citizens of Leon county
has grown tremendously.
In the large, or majn. show building,
the various exhibits of agricultural,
horticultural, culinary and needle
work make a most attaractive show
ing1, while in the live stock pens are
assembled cattle which demonstrate
the superiority of this county In the
production of fine stock.
The big days at the fair will be
Thursday and Friday of this week, the
Two years ago today, November 8," 1917, a second revolution in "ussi
directed against the government of Premier Kerensky was announced.
Find a revolutionist.
Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Right side down, under mortar. ; - .
MiT Pf T)SIetfrfh
WGAk-iwci to Aw aveJ
THIS XfSTRlCT tvH vT3ff
THIS TCLCGRAM SGVJT " TO
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ESCAMBIA BRIDGE CO.
RETUHNS ITS SURPLUS
-The 'Escambii-Santa Kosa Bridget
Corporation has returned its unused
funds to the 73 original stockholders,!
tlie company having dissolved.
Officers Escambia-S a n t a Rosa
Bridge Corporation elected at time, of
organization: 4 ' 1
President Peter Tomasello.
- Secretary W. M. Ilerrider.
Treasurer E. R. Malone. -
Directors Peter Tomasello, Max L.
Bear, John H. Collins, T. A. Jennings,'
P. L. Rollo, D. R. Read, Charles Simp- -son,
James B. Perkins, Peter Rosasco,
It. M. Cary. W. W. Clark, James B.T '
Pace, W. M. Herrider. -
The following card has been sent tots
each of the stockholders:
"We hand you herewith check for
Four Dollars and thirty-three cents, '
being your share pro-rata In the dis-
tribution of the moneys on hand of
the Escambia-Santa Rosa Bridge Cor
poration, after all expenses have been
paid, and dissolution granted by the
... Very respectfully,
PETER TOMASELLO. President.
W. M. HERRIDER, Secretary.
former being candidates' day, at which
it Is expected tljat many prominent
state candidates, as weli as those
seeking county offices, will be present
and make addresses. Friday, school
day and boys pig club dayt will b
a great event with all the student In
the county, who will attend In a body.
Altogether the fair' is most success
ful and Justifies the care and hard
work of those who have made It possible.
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