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TiiE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 11, 1919.
The Pensacola Journal Daay by
Journal Ads. Work All The Time 30,000 People
daily weekly SUNDAY Small CostBig Results
CIRCULATION
INCREASING
Remember, to be eure of your
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.
PHONE 1500
From 7:00 a. m
to 8:00 p. m.
The Marketplace of
West Florida--The Want
Ad. Columns of
JOURNAL
WANTS
ONE CENT A WORD IN
ADVANCE
ONE RATE TO ALL
Count the words In your advertise
ment ar.d multiply It by the number
of times you desire It printed, and
remit accordingly.
The counting of word Include the
words "For Sale.", "Wanted, etc.
ind the address. . -
RATES
No advertisement taken for lees than
""' cent.
BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS
TYPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD.
Varasraphe't matter, line dashes,
white t?aee. classified dlsplaj : o
per line, 66c per Inch (12 lines make
Jn Inch.)
Regular adverMsers with ledger ac
counts may hare advertisements
;breed.
Kill orders should e given In writ
ing, never crer the telephone.
telephonVservice.
Tf yotir name I in the telephone
book we will accept your ad over
the telephone, charge it to vou at the
regular rate, and s-snd the bill the
W'flwine morning.
Courteous operators. thoroughly
'miliar with rates, rules and eTassl
"ratlon will give vou complete In
formation. And If vou xxh they will
assist you In wording yo"r xdvertlse
ment to make It mos effective.
Advertisers should give their street
" nostofflce address as wll as their
Thone mimhr I they desire results,
few repders have a telenhone and
hey can't communicate with you un
less they Vnow vour address.
Phone 1500 between 9 a. m. and 8
. m.. week days. 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
fTidays. . ;
Journal Want Ada Cover West
' Florida.
PHONE 1500
FOR SALE
rOR SALE Second hand sewing ma
chines, all makes. $5.00 up. Guaran-;Sfd-
Rejnalda Music House, Phone
1717. 1135
In answering advertisements be sure
:o mention The Journal
PTR SALR Improved farms at Gonsa
Iez, or will exchange for city property.
A S. Edwards. Phone 1520. 3201
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 SALE Eieht room house and
store connected, with stock and fix
tures. If Interested; call at 6th avenue
nd ISth street. 3642
FOR RALE One -tort Ford truck. 450.
Apply 2111 West Jackson street. 3816
FOR SALE 11 head of Jersey cows. On?
mare, one horse four years old; pair
mules; one oil ptove. Address Mrs. E. O.
Brown, Cantonment. Fla. 85
FOR SALE Paper shell pecans, 40c per
lb. Phone 1673. 133
FOR SALE Ford 5-passenger 1918 model
engile. just been overhauled with new
parts. 911 East Gonzales street. 84
FOR SALE Edison Phonograph and 75
records, all in good condition. Phone
1614. 92
FOR SALE-Slxteen lots In Maxent tract
near baseball park. $100 per lot. Address
W. A. J.. Box 1335.
FOR SALE All-Wool navy blue coat
suit, fiae sr. Just bought yesterday;
newest style. Will sell for $28. 819 North
Rues street. i5S
FOR SALK 523 East Gregory street: 7
rooms, large reception hall, bath and
gas. $2,230. This Is less than half the
cost of house today. Leaving city. O. E.
man, 2300 North 12th avenue. Phone
1835 - 177
FOR KLIM brand of Powdered Milk,
Thone 1949 Mott S. Pond. Distributor.
1400 East LaRua street. Pensacola. 169
FOR SALE Five-room house and five
lots. Will sen cheap. Terms. Apply
Belmont andO .streets. . 205
FOR SALE -5. PASSENGER "PAIGE;"
1917 MODEL; FIRST-CLASS CONDI
TION; NEW TIRES, ONE SPARE. BAR.
GAIN FOR QUICK SALE. PHONE 1521.
182
FOR SALE Beautiful Kranich & Bach
Piano; upright grand: mahigany case.
Bargain for cash. 801 West Garden
street. 150
FOR SALE Five-passenger Maxwell aar.
Good mechanical condition. See owner,
202 American National Bank building.
FOR SALE
Giant New Zealand, Belgian and White
Rabbits, breeding does, bucks and young
ones. Pets or food. Price reasonable.
117 East Intendencia St.
FOR SALE One slightly used dresser,
one washing machine and wringer, one
sewing machine. Cheap. 907 West Gar
den St. 227
S81!11 Potatoes, at wholesale
price. 1412 8th Ave. 22X
WE OFFER ON TERMS
WHY. PAY RENT ?
A nice little six-room house at Fishervill at ...$2,250.00
A close in house on East Government Street at
'A large house just at , the Shipbuilding plant, which we can sell at a
great deal less than Its real value. v
Two small houses, corner Alcaniz
A few choice lots near East Pensacola Store, south front, at $100 each.
Pensacola Finance Company
. "W c Always Have Houses For Sale"
PHONE 367
FOR SALE
FOR SALE.
" .
1 8TUOEBAKER, 7-PASSENGER
TOURING.
1 MAXWELL 5-PASSENGER, $300.
1 FORD, 6. PASSENGER, $250.
1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK, $250.
1 CHANDLER 4-PASSENGER CLUB
- ROADSTER.
1 HUDSON SPEEDSTER, $725.
1 OVERLAND KOADSTER. $225.
UNITED AUTO SALES COMPANY
3774
FOR SALE--Either 80 or 200 acres level
T?,rim .and' I5 acres in cultivation.
Partly stumped. 3Vfe miles west of M--
StvSa; FPly 10 JV W' Brewton. M,
FOR SALE Overland Roadster. $200.00
i,erms-, Studebaker five-passenger
$160.00. Terms. 113 No. Palafox St.
. 221
9? .SALE Evlnrude rowboat motor
Good as new. Demonstration. W.
Roestel. Shipyard Cafeteria, or P. O.
Box No. 7. 213
FOR" SALE FORD SPEEDSTER
T?REREr8 SIDE CURTAINS?GOOD
7i eS.'rG?2CLCONDIT,ON- BARGAIN
IF SOLD AT ONCE. 113 NO. PALAFOX
218
FOR SALE One Chevrolet five passen
ger. Cheap. Phone 1673. sis
LVf:7rJ?X OWNER, 40 ACRES. 5
r AMc'i E S AF R? MC 1 TY- BARGAIN FOR
$tHif.A E' RICE, 1400 E. CERVAN.
TES ST. 213
F2R. SALE One iron bed and springs.
S tables, one high chair. Ill W. Ro
mano. .
FOR SALE Five acre Improved farm.
- four room house, small store, good
hunting and fishing, good stock and
chicken raising, v Will sell or swap. W B.
Burnham. McDavid, Fla. - "23
Tf u; S. ARMY GOODS SALE.
L Army Ranges, 22 inches high. 23
inches wide, 52 inches deep, asbestos
tile lining, nickel trimmed, with - fire
box 9x18 inches: water back ready to
connect with hot water tank; oven 23
inches deep, 20 inches wide, 14 inches
high, with shelf; warming closet, s
inches high. 23 Inches .deep. 14 inches
wide; has soot box and ornamental back,
with shelf 24 taiches.high. 10 inches deep.
33 Inches wide; five joints pipe. 2 large
boilers with lids. Worth $200, cost gov
ernment $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
31ast, large size, nickel -trimmed. A
Very beautiful stove. Suitable for dwel
ling, of J.lces, - halls, schools, stores, etc.
A regular $65 heater. Only slightly used.
As gowd a3 hew. Will burn coal and
ood $37.50
U. S. Olive Drab Pure Wool Shirts. Class
A. $2.75; Class B. $2.25; Class C, $1.95
each. Or in dozen lots: Class A. $29; Class
B. Cloaa C oc rinun
U. S. Army Regulation' Olive Drab ALL-1
WOOL Blankets. Renovated and re
paired. Average weight 4 lbs. each $5.95
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 dos.
U. S. Army Leather Sleeveless Jackets
with wool lining. No better jackets to
be had for warmth this winter. Will last
you for years and give you much com
fort. Special, each ..$8.50
XT. S. Army Wool Olive Drab Coats. A
splendid coat, good 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 m
good condition. Mav be dyed black or
blue at little cost if desired. Soecial $10.95
U. S. Army Sheepskin Lined Coats. 38
Inches long $23.00
U. S. Army Wool Breeches. These olive
drab breeches have been washed,
pressed, and are in good. - serviceable
condition. We .offer them at' $2.95 each,
or $24 dozen.
U. S. Army 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...... .95c
IT. S. Army Raincoats, serviceable, $6.50
U. S. 'Army Raincoats, double back.
water proof, bought from government
contractors. A real value at $12.50
U. S. Army Field Shoes, new, pair.. $8.00
U. S. Army Russett Leather Shoes, used
but serviceable, pair, $2.9$
U. S. Army Felt Hats, ach.... 95c
11. S. Army Web Waist Belts, each.... 25c
U. S. Army Regulation Double Wheel
Harness, good condition. This harness
is complete. Double wheel harness worth
$125. Only, per set $67.60
U. S. Armv Leather Heavy Halters a
splendid halter; only each $1.25
U. S. Army very neavy ga.ivamz.eu
qt. water or fire buckets. Worth new,
$3.00. Special, eart 65c
U. S. Army Galvanized Iron Garbage
cans, without lids $1-95
U. . S. Army Meat Saws, steel frame and
blade, $1.15 each.
English Leather New Pouches, size X7 ,
U. S. Canvas Legglns. .used. In good con
dition. 20c pair: Wool Spiral " Puttees
Legglns. $1.25 pair. .
Pocket Knives, Simmons, splendid knife,
$1.85 each. . .
U. S. Army "Cole"-. Blast Heaters, suit
able for home, school, factory, store,
etc.. will bum wood .or coal. Splendid
condition. No. 32 0
U. S. Army Oil Cans. T-K1"
$3.50 each; 10-gallon capacity. $400 each.
Most of these goods have seen service,
but are in good condition.
Cash with order. References, any bank
MONET BACK IF NOT SATIS
FIED. Prices f. o b. Genville C.
Please include postage .."Va
good, sent by parcel Post Railroad fare
rerunaea custom.. -"v""-Mftft nn 0f
visiting our store and buying $300.00 or
BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO.
GREENVILLE. S. C.
.$2,500.00
and 14th Streets
$550.00 for both
ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent
FOR RENT
F?olmELr" Furnished housekeeping
ro V. modern conveniences. 1000 JhJ
DeSoto St. Phone 1795. 22
f ? ElT--S5Cfept!?naI,v furnlsh-
uw ? .l ana co,a water. Bath,
lights, modern In every way. By day or
2SIkV,or mon"?- Centrally located . No
KM & children. Mr. J. R. McCul
loch, 119 West Zarragossa SL 214
?R?NTTFurnished front rooms 'or
light housekeeping. no West Chase
St- 224
FR RENT Two desirable large con
necting rooms furnished for light house
keeping, to couple without children. All
conveniences.' 216 East Government St.
FOR RENT Large furnished room
modern conveniences; adjoining bath
room. East Hill, one block to car line.
Private family. Address "G," care The
Journal. 3756
FOR RENT Furnished room; one, two
or three room apartments ror light
housekeeping. 437 East Government.
. 135
OR RENT One room. 318 East Gregorv.
Phone 1486. 130
FOR . RENT Two-room house for light
housekeeping .Fine lawn ; on car line.
Phone 1614. ; 91
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; bath, gas and
phone. 811 North Davis street. 99
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms.
will rent cheap to right parties. Ap
ply 512 East Government street. , 180
FOR RENT To couple without children.
two newly furnished connecting . rooms
ind kitchenette for light housekeeping.
1117 North 9th avenue. 179
FOR RENT One large furnished front
room, on car line. Good boarding house
across street'. 422 West Gregory street.
Phone 1858. .
FOR RENT Three room apartment.
furnished complete for light house
keeping. 323 East Romana. Phone 1568.
-. . . . . 15
FOR RENT On East Hill car line, two
connecting rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. Price reasonable. Apnlv
705 East Moreno street. - 157
FOR RENT Furnished four-room apart
ment, all modern conveniences. 822
East Oadsden street. Applv 1012 -East
Cervantes street. Phone 1273. - . 154
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Big
Bayou. Convenient to air station or
shipyard. Electric lights and bath. Phone
P24. 166
FOR RENT Furnished room with pri
vate family. Phone 316.. - ' 129
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: modern
conveniences; close ln. Apply 101 corner
Spring and Chase. - 194
FOR RENT To gentlemen, furnished
-rooms. 122 West Chase. Phone 2432.
, - . .. 1 - , . 1S
FOR RENT Three large, unfurnished
rooms. Bath, lights and use or Kitcnen
Will rent very reasonable. Apply 434 East
Zarragossa street. 11
FOR RENT Three lagre unfurnished
rooms. No cnnaren. n jcasi uouiaic
FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep
ing rooms. 114 west unase street.
THE READERS of th classified ad
11 ttiP rf Vmvnrs tell
them about that used car or other useful
article you have for saie.
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
room, modern conveniences. Apply
240 "West Garden street. Phone 707.
36Z5
North hill, suitable for light housekeep-
mg. lizw JN. raiaiox. jruo.no j-v.
FOR RENT Rooms, comfortably fur
nished. 115 North Baylen. 3800
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
Private entrance. Phone 1806. al9 n.
Guillemarde. 3794
T- Tx-m Tn rtr. fmnt YT&OTT1 Til T
runnMi-v"" . . - - , -fi
nished, for gentlemen only. Apply 227
East Gregory street.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment for
house keeping. All modern conven
iences. Apply 206 West Gregory.
HELP MALE
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR.
NAL. 3176
BOTS EARN MONEY selling The Pen
sacola Journal, daily stid Sunday.
Wanted. 100 boys dally ana 20 roys
Sundays to make from 50c to $5 a day.
See Circulation Manager any morning 6
o'clock.
CENSUS CLERKS Clerk Operatives
(Men, Women) 4.000 needed. $1,140
arl -iffo IS ii n ward. Examinations.
Pensacola. Nov. ?15, Dec. 10. Experience
unnecessary or tree particulars write j.
Leonard (former Civil Service Examiner
961 Equitable Bldg., Washington. 122
WANTED Two experienced waiters. 22
South Palafox St. Metropolitan Cafe
231
HELP FEMALE
STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Register
with the employment department of
the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to
289 Brent Sidg. No cnarge. Positions
waiting. 4$4X
WANTED First-class cook. Applv to
Mrs. Sctrritt Moreno. 620 North Bar
celona street.
185
WANTED A COMPETENT WHITE
NURSE FOR TWO CHILDREN. A
GOOD HOME AND GOOD WAGES. AP
PLY MRS. WILMER HAYWOOD, 312 W.
GONZALEZ. 206
WANTED Wash woman. Apply 701 N.
Palafox St. 22
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Saturday night, o circle of
pearls and amethysts in or .near Isis
tueatre. inder phone 104 lor reward.
LOST Bunch nf keys.. Saturday evening,
business section of town, liberal reward
if returned to 214 West Gregory St. 212
LOST Sunday, a small brown and white
bull terrior. Any Information, phone
1673. Reward. zu
FOUND Small baby Initialed locket
Owner may receive same bv applying
Good Jobs Don't
Just Happen
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. 1
Read the Want Ads in
THE DAILY
WANTED
MR. STENOGRAPHER. $100 and extra
work are your If you fill the bill, but
don't .write without sending full details
as to references and experience. Attorney.
Drawer A, Decatur, Ala. 208
WANTED Tour Job printing and ortiers
for engraving of -all kinds; calling
cards, wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES
PRINTING CO.. 20-22 West Government
street. 610
WANTED All kinds of phonograph
work, no matter what the make. Called
for and delivered If desired. The Piano
Shop, Phone 79L 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 mo.
Palafox St. S0S1
WANTED Million feet rough yellow
pine boards, four Inches and wider.
Mill run or graded. Write what you
have. Address Lumber, care Journal.
3771
WANTED EAR CORN LOTS ONLY.
COW PEAS, ANY VARIETY, ANY
QUANTITY. CHARLES E. MITCHELL
&. CO., MONTGOMERY, ALA. 97
WANTED Two second-hand tents. Army
preferred. Apply West Florida Gro
cery Co. i 215
WANTED Used Ford or Dodge Roaxl-
ttr. at nut he in eooa conamon. -. .
Box No. 7.
22i
WANTED To buy from owner. 4 to 6
room house. Must be a bargain. Can
pay from $300 to $500 cash, balance
monthly. No agents need answer. Address
Box 100, care Journal office. 173
POSITION WANTED
WANTED Lady desires position as
stenographer. Now employed but
wishes to change. .Commercial or mer
cantile work preferred. Address Steno
grapher, care Journal. 3S17
WANTED Job as manager over farm.
good experience. Write W. B. Durn
han. McDavid. Fla. 226
REPAIRING
DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST.
Saw Teeth Properly Treated; also
Grinding Knives. Shears. :c. Hand
Saws, 25c. 223 E. Intendencia SL Cross
Cut Saws Gummed. z
REPAIRING B. H- Falrchild 1018 E.
LaRua St. Upholstering. The right
k'nd. Automobile cushions made to last.
Repairs and reflnishing. Phone 181L
Sewing Machines and String Instruments
repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesley,
16 East Garden street.
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For the Best -and Newest Work in
Repairs
All Work Guaranteed
S21 North DeVillier Street
PHONE 2032.
LONDON WOOLEN MILLS
Get Your Fall Suit
Union Made
V
JOURNAL
MORTGAGE 16 AN
4-
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.,
We lend money on RealiEstae ln th
City on short notice. Please stats In
application if you have an Abstract of
.rule to the property. . v
V Call and se us.
THE WATSON AGENCT, Inc.;
7 South Palafox St. ,
"1 ' T ' - Z V
LONG TERM LOANS oi Improved farms,
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties,
Florida; Baldwin - and- Monroe" counties,
Alabama, and Pensacola property. A. C.
BINKLEY, Attorney, 713 Blount Bldg.,
Pensteola, Fla.
T
TRANSFER-rStorae
" ' I
BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY,
PHUN E 334. HAULING. PACKITG,
STORING.
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY THE OLD
RELIABLE. PHONE 400. BAGGAGE
AND FURNITURE HAULED. PACKED
AND STORED. IU
EAGAN TRANSFER CO.
RAPID -AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
Haullna and transferring of all kinds
All orders promptly attended to. Trunks
and Baggage a specialty, ptona 1728 or
671. ... 3814
DANCING
DANCING TAUGHT, at Z06 West Greg
ory street For lufortnatio;;. phone 37.
MISCELLANEOUS
TATTOOING Electric tattooing In all
colors. 204,4 South Palafox.
LODGE NOTICE
ATTENTION. ODD FELLOWS I
Pensacola Lodge. No. . 4. I. O. . O. F.
will hold a meeting at their hall, corner
Baylen and Belmont, at 2 o clock Tues
day evening, for the .purpose of partici
pating in the Armistice parade. All
visiting Odd Fellows are Invited to at-
tend. By order of
J. D. MILLER.
BROTHERHOOD OP
m HAILVVAV CLEKK1
" Pensacola Lode 311. 1
Regular meetiags first and third Frl
flav eah month. K. of x. ban. 1
J. N. Smlih. Wool P. Dt!.
Recording Secretary- Prefcld-''
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AIAERIC
MECHANICS
Pensacola Council No. 85. Junior Ot"
United American Mechanics, meets Bf
ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m., at K.
J. D. MILLER, N. G
S. NICOLAN. Rec Secy.
Modern Order of Praetorians. I
Pensacola Council. No. 1063. mta
every . second and fourth Monday at
p. m. in W. O. W. iiall. corner Romuna
and Baylen streets. All Prr torians are
cordially invited. i
M," E. MORET. S. k.
C. E. SMITH. RC x
LODGE NOTICE. v
Pensacola Trades and Labor Council
meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. ;m-
a; 1254 West Zarragossa gtreet. -
H. S. KTELET. President.
R. D. LaMONT,. Secretary.
Machinist Helneri 1 LodcM.
Machinists Helpers Lodge. No. ' 901,
meets everv Wednesdav nlsrht in Boil
ermakers hall, on corner .of Palafox and
Romana streets."
LP. BURTT. President
rCOLA -ODCE. NO. 3. K. OF P.
Regular meeting of the Lodge every
Monday. 7:30 p. m.. at their hall on East
iiiicuueiicia street.
R. C. MADSEN, C. C
C- F- STEWART. K. of It. & S.
t-..,EE9trICAL WORKERS.
rZ?t 4 nion. JVo. 327. I. B. K. W..
- - lunudv at i p. ttv. at Roil
sercfterhal,K AU vlsitingbSthtrs and
tovlted ln eood stanling cordially
A
F. TIMMONS. R. S
MASONIC TEMPLE.
T
xveguiar convocation of
11. Moreb Chapter, No. b.
R. A. M., Monday, Novem
ber 11th. at 7:30 p. m. Vis
iting, companions fraternally
invited.
m C. S. BONACKER,
T. T. TODD. H. P.
Secretary.
PPenoirAT LPDGf : No 4- - O. F.
pensacola Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F..
Riforht'u' Thuraday night at 7:3. t
ftrift ; corner Baylen and Belmont
streets. Visitors cordially invited.
T J- JD- MILLER. N. G.
JOE S. NICOLAU. R. S. .
SHIP CARPENTERS, JOINERS AND
CAlll KPDQ
Local Union. No.
ers and Caulkers, .meets Thursday night
each week at 7:3ft a xv w
vioii t , - . "
wiiiirr rajien ana Komana streets
n i,nAs. ijdhant, President.
W. H. LANGFORP. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, No. 13, K. OF P.
Damon Lodcn. TCn is vnih.
Pythias meets in regular session Tuesday
"u,6 ki asiie nan at .7:30 o clock.
There will be work . in Rank of Pege.
visitors welcome.
, W. C. CAMPBELL. C. C.
B V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S.
MASONIC TEMPLE
special communication of
i-scambla Lodge No. 15, F. &
A. M., Wednesday, Nov. 13, at
7:30 p. m. Work in the F. C.
degree. Visiting brothers
fraternaly invited.
JNO. G. CARO. W M-
F. D. RICHARDS, Secy.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
o , MECHANICS
Pensacola Council ?0. 35, Junior Order
Lnited American Mecisinlcs, meets sec
ond and fourth Fridays.x p. m.. at K.
of P. Hall. S. A. RITT. Con
W. E. KING. R. S. C '
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 42, F. A WM.
Regular communication p
Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F A
A. M., Thursday, November
13, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting'
brothers fraternally Invited.
M. B. SCOTT. W. M.
D. R. SAUNDERS. Secy.
LEGA
NOTICE. ,
Notice '. Is hereby given that 1. Robert
Randall, (will, after the expiration of t&
days from this date, apply to the Board
of Pardons of the State of Florida for
a pardon of the four chargs of grand
larceny of which I was convicted at the
May term, A. D. 1919. of the Court of
Record of Escambia county, Florida.
This 8th day of November. A. V. 1919.
ROBERT RANDALL.
NOTICE.
A meeting of the stockliolders of the
Pensawfcj- Home and Satlngs Associa-
iiorv win nii.M at the office of the
secretary. 10 v,nh Palafot tret, Sat
urday, Decener. 1919 frorn. 7 to 9
m- for the election, of offlceia -and
the transaction of such"" ther bvisln
as may come before the meeting.
(Signed) J. H, BAHUSS.
oct3oaw4w Secretary,
Noticft is hereby given to creditors. 1.
gatees, distributees, and all persons hav
ing claims or demands against the estate
cf Jostphine Suarez, deceased, to pre
sent the same to the unoersignea wunin
two (2i years from the first publication
f this notice. October Htn. isi. -
j THOMAS HARRIS. Executor.
Oct lfoaw-Sw 1960.
In theCirci't Court of Escambia County,
Star of Florida In cnaucery.
N C.1 McMillan vs. All Parties Claiming
an Interest in the Real estate riere
lnater Described.
It b ordered that all parties claiming
an terest in tne reai estate enuaicu
In he Cltv of Pensacola. Ji.scamDia
couiy. Florida, described as the North
90 let of the west hall of lot li, ana
the north 90 feet of the east half of lot
16, if block 3. of the Old City of Pen
saola as shown by the man of said
clH copyrighted bv Thos. C. Watson In
188. the said property lying oeiween
Blen and Barcelona streets, and hay'
ln a frontage of 80 feet, more or le
on the south side of Zarragossa stp
M day of February. A. D. 1920. tne
hi of complaint herein.
each
ihis oraer to oe puuusuea oy-"
One year ago today. November
5 A. M. by Marshal Foch and the
to an end. I ...". .-.
Find another delegate.
Answer to yesterday's puzzle:
trees. .
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week for twelve weeks in The Journal, a
newspaper published In the City of Pen
sacola in aald county of Escambia.
Done and ordered this 27th day of
October, A. D. 1919.
r,, JAS- MACGIBBON,
CTrk ,CIrC"lt Court of Escambia County.
Florida.
t B3r M- U CELL. D. C.
E. D. BEGGS. Solicitor for Complainant.
In the Court of 'Record of Escambia
County, State of Florida.
Joseph M. Levy vs. All parties claiming
y interest m real estate herein
after described, and Airalrist nil ti-.
sons claiming Interests as heirs, de
visees or grantees, under James Jack
son, deceased, or otherwise, In said
property.
Upon demand kf th nm t
the above styled cause. It In ordered that
the defendants and all parties elaimlnst
an Interest ln the hereinafter described
. ,n ensicola. Escambia coun
ty. Florida, and all parties claiming In
terests as heirs. HavUss. m. .
under James Jackson, deceased, or other
wise, in said property, be and thev are
hereby required to appear to the bill of
complaint herein on the 2nd day of Feb
ruary. 1920: thA Tan1 IkvaIo.! l . 1, - v.111
of complaint and above referred to be
mfc the following described real estate Mn
i-ri.sscoia, f-acambia county, Florida to
witt Commencing on the south side of Gar
den street 114t feet east of the north
east corner of lot numbered 16 in block
numbered 4 of the Donelson tract; thence
running east along the south side of
Garden street: 100 feet; thence south on
? In1parallel wUh Re"s street 240
feet: thence west on a line parellel with
trdfn "treet)100 fe?t; thence north 240
to thiJ ,5ln.t f beginning, according
m.k5 1"' h City of Pensacola. pub
lished by Honton & Watson In 1906.
- Zt,5 ora.er ,to be Pubshed -once each
? Ji,HOT w1ve consecutive weeks prior
to said rule day in 'The Pensacola Jour-
canlbTaWCPortv.PFJr,1 in P
Oc?obeer.T919.0rdered th,S' 13th day of '
(Seal) r p p(p
Clerk Court of Record' of Escambia
County, Florida.
By A. Jm TIDWELL.
14 Oct. oaw-12w 1961 v "
lten.S&"&'? of Record.
aerendant. On Monday, the first dav of
bill filed against her hereTn. l th
-Jl latJitiZ0 be Iubsh' once each
lished in said Escambia .county. PU-
vv. p RICE.
k Court of Record,.
' "
Notice la h.K. .
gatees, dItribtei". J J crditors. le-
of Anderion m DotVi" the eslata
?P'Jh amr?to,at"hl lle' ?
"cation 0f thl3 .SAt 9?9ub-
-LKJUGLASS.
Administratrix.
Gulf f1 , agilnr Pany' P,a,at,ff-
f. Com.
herem" ?;ndP'tition of Plaintiff
"offiF-fei5 heh d ctober
tiofi?, thJLJ ties to this
show eat befor. th Vns. In interest.
of PensawaTKlorld at ,th City
nf n.n--. .'ori'la on the ninth ho
of Decemer. A.
A. M.. wk the Sal Vh' 54 11 o'etoek
Master urier?hf areInada !y theSpeclal
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aster uripr ,h rA "P
ttna;Sale ithi- n-reof foreclc
losure
port -of s"S5"-"hy the Re-
saidie w t-0''-' paster upon the
not l efVjIS?! 'Ved .uhe-n. ahould
why stlow1: d : further ahow caue
lal
i fil
nd f
Crt may!?", Lfwh amount, as the
tiff hem.M I not be made to Plain
and to. the Jah.-xf elver'. Attorney.
tner Ma6ter; and It is fur-
be trved by t copy 'cf thln Ordes
ber -49 Jt. D. Uon or before N'ovem!
of bonds of De upon all the holders
mortgage Lelngant secured - bv th
upon any Commreclosed herein or
such bondholders. representing 'anv
nnd addresses of Sfar an the narae
be known to Plainti bondholders mav
ably ascertained. ann bo reason -who
have heretofore v0," nf wrsnn.
protest or exception t" ,d jiale
T,r?P7r.anVS-n hReport of
ceiver herein, his oune,d upon 7? .
I special Master, and that , ,ntiv 01 V"
JOrder tie published once aweeH or y rm
(weeks prtor to the 9th dayf DIlIi5I
nrl
A. IX. 1819, in a newsp-er- 01
circulation published in the Cltyv01
Pen-
eacola. Florida. ' ?
Dated. November 3rd. r'L
WM. B. SHEPPAJVD.
1 ? District Judge
11, 1918 an arrnirtice was signad at I
German delegates and hostillaes casi
. i
. , . . . '
Upper left corner down, In body an4
; .
to Journal, paying for tnis ad, and glv-
Ins initials. : "
117 South Falafcx
C. TJ. WOODIIAM, Rec. Sec.

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