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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1919.
CIRCULATION INCREASING ' Remember, to bo sure of 'your copy of the Sunday Journal. It is necessary that you order the paper regularly from your raws? dealer or newsboy. Read the Ths. LlarKetchce of v 7Tlh PHONE 1500 From 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Read Daily by 30,000 People Small Cost-Big Results West FIcnda-TTlie Went v Journal Ads. Work All The Ad. Cclnmns of. . daily. weekly Time SUNDAY want ad pages today. PeinsBcola Journal HaBVaVHaBBalBBBVBBlBWalBMnnHlnBHMaVBBBHB JOURNAL WANTS ONE CENT A WORD IN ADVANCE 1 ONE RATE TO ALL Count the words In your advertise ment and multiply it by the number of times you desire It printed, and remit accordingly. The counting of words Include the words "For Sale," Wanted.' etc. md the address. -- RATES No advertisement taken for leas than .3 cents. - BLACK PACE CAPS, LIKE THIS TYPE, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, line dashes, white 0ee. classified displa) : 8e per line, 680 per Inch CIS lines make jn !nch.) Regular advertisers with ledger ae eour.ts may hare advertisements Jhnred. Kill orders should toe given In writing-, never erer the telephone. . ? TELEPHONE SERVICE. If your name Is In the telephone book we will accept your ad over 1 he telephone, charge It to yon at the reenter rate, and s-md the bill the Vowing morning. Cnm-teou" operators. thnroughlv familiar with rates, rules and clasal--fixation will ' give you omplete In formation. And if vou rh they will sit you In wording your sdvsrtlse xrfT to make It mo a effective. Advertwrs should give their street nostofflre address as wll as their "hone number if they desire results. reader have a telephone and bey can't communicate with you un le they Vnow yonr address. Phone 1500 between 9 a. m. and 8 n. vn , week days. a. m. to 11 a. m. onwrtaya. Journal Want Ads ; Cover West Florida. PHONE 1500 FOR SALE V Fon. SALE Second hand sewing ma chines, al! makes. $5.00 up. Guaraua tjd. Reynalds Music House. JPhone 1717, IMS In answering advertisements be sure to mention The JoumaL 1 OR PALE Improved farms at Gonsa . Ie5r r.win exchange for city property. A S. Edwards. Phone 1520. 8201 FOR HALE 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 f tret. ; , ... r,.. . 5441 F?P JUE Paper shell pecans, 40c per lb. Phone 1673. 133 FOR SALE sixteen lots in Maxent tract near baseball park. $100 per lot. Address W. A. J.. Box 1335. F!5HLM n& o' Powdered Milk. Mott.S" Pond- Distributor 1400 East LaRua street, Pensacola. 169 rC). SfkFiy,t,-rom house and five wi?i-.WI1L8e11 cheap. Terms. Apply Belmont andO .streets. 205 FOR SALE 6-PASSENGER "PAIGE:" Wotf. MOSE-L, F 'R3T.CLASS CONDI. ONE SpARE. BAR. GAIN FOR QUICK SALE. PHONE 1521. 182 FOR SALE Elmer SO or 200 acres level farm land. 35 acres in , cultivation, partly. stumped. 3 miles west of M- avl,1- -pply to J- W. Brewton. Me David. Fla. 222 FOR SALE rutuom c-r unnci 490. FAIR CONDITION. TIRES GOOD. i-mie. CASH. WILL CALL AND DEMONSTRATE TO YOU. PHONE 912. 17 WEST INTENDENCIA. 247 FOR SALE By owner, two lots Just uiu vi oarrancaj avenue. Apply to wner. 610 South "O" street. 246 FOR KLIM brand of powdered Milk, phone 1949. Mott S. Pond. Distributor. 1400 East La Rua street, Pensacola. 183 FOR SALE Eukelele, In perfect con dition for $10. Apply Mrs. O. F. Meyer, Little Bayou. 250 FOR SALE Bulclr SI FUS mtt 3T! passenger model, in excellent .condi- Tion. fnu. pensacola eea Company. Phono 419. 349 FOR SALE One detachable row-boat . motor. One yawl-built cypress skiff. Will take $100 for quick sale. Phone A. ss. Walker. 1276. FOR SALE Thoroughbred White Wvan dotte Eggs. $2.00 per setting. llth avenue and Moreno streets. 688 FOR SALE Cheap, large cooking range. suitable for hotel or restaurant, at the Mecca, corner Palafox and Zarra gossa streets. 355 FOR SALE BY OWNER. 40 ACRES. 5 MILES FROM CITY. BARGAIN FOR CASH. A. E. RICE, 1400 E. CERVAN TES STREET. - 213 FOR SALE Cut high cost of living. A few fine corn fed hogs. Dressed, weigh 99 to 130 pounds. 20 cents pound delivered. If too large get neighbor to share with you.. H. F. Feasel, Motor Route A. 793 WE OFFER ON TERMS WHY PAY RENT ? A nice little six-ro6m house at Fisherville at $2,250.00 A close in house on East Government Street at ......$3,500.00 A large house just at the Shipbuilding plant, which we can sell at a great deal less than its real value. . ; . - - - - ' ' '" Two small houses, corner Alcanix and 14th Streets ,,.550.00 for both A few choice lots near East Pensacola Store, south front, at $100 each. Pensacola Finance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sal" -PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent FOR SALE FOR SALE. ; 1 f ourEnBKE"' -"asseng(er 1 MAXWELL S-PAStlENGER. $300. 1 FORD, S.PA8SENOER, $260. 1 FORD LIGHT TRUCK, $290. 1 CHANDLER 4. PASSENGER CLUB ROADSTER. 1 HUDSON SPEEDSTER, $725. 1 OVERLAND ROADSTER. $225. UNITED AUTOTSALES COMPANY 3774 FOR SALS One Edison motion " picture machine, nearly new. Bargain, com plete. Usjed only a few times. Writs Alvin TheUtre. Chlpley, Fla. 684 FOR - SALE Some horses and young mules; acclimated. Terms if desired. Can be seen Sunday a. m. at OakfieM, six miles north of Pensacola. H. Feasel.. 7'Ji . U. 8. ARMY GOOD8 SALE. U. S. Army Ranges. 22 inches high. 23 . inches wide, 62 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, ' 8 inches high, 23 inches . deep, 14 Inches wide; has soot box and ornamental back, with shelf 24 inches. high. 10 inches deep, S3 inches wide1; five joints pipe. 2 large boilers -with lids. Worth 8200, coat gov ernment $161.50. Our. special price, $67.60. U. S. Army galvanised Hot Water Tanks. 82 gallon capacity, 85-lb pressure: al most new .$24.95 U. S. Army Heaters, Radiant Home Hot Blast, large sise, nickel trimmed. -A very beautiful stove. Suitable for dwel lings, offices, halls, schools, stores, etc. A regular $65 heater. Only slightly used. As good as new. Will burn coal and wood . . t . . . $37.50 U. S. Olive Drab Pure Wool Shirts. Class A. $2.76; Class B. $2.25; Class C. $1.95 each. Or In dosen lots: Class A, $29; CU3S B, $23.95; Class C, $20.95 dozen, f U. S. Army Regulation Olive Drab ALL WOOL Blankets. Renovated and re paired. Average weight 4 lbs, each $5.95 U. S. Army Commercial Comforts, class A, $3.60 each, or $3 dos.; class B. $2.25 each, or $21 dos; class C. $1.75 each, or $18 dos; class D. 95c each, or $10 doz. U. 8. Army Leather Sleeveless Jackets with wool lining. No better Jackets to be bad for warmth this winter. Will last you for years and give you much com fort. Special, ea ch Tl , . $8.00 U. S. Army Wool Olive Drab Coats. A splendid coat, good condition; WORTH NEW $12.50 each 14.23 TT c a rv....Msi tfnv winter W . .-. t 111 J W . v.v. " and stormy weather you cannot secure a better overcoat. Seen service, but in good condition. May do ayea DiacK or Kit. n 1I..I..1I arxrlal SIS. 95 "J UO Ah IliilQ IWHfc j. ucouu. - U. S. Army Sheepskin Lined Coats. 38 , . 1 . .cson TJ. S. Army Wool .Breeches. These olive ar&a Dreecnes nave nen wmilu, condition. Wa ,offer them at $2.95 each. or $24 dozen. , w. o. I III , iviian 1 breeches have been washed, pressed and are in good, serviceaDie conamon. w offer them In dosen lots at $9.00 per VIV 1 A 13. . . - -" - -- -- -- -- - - - - - U. S. Army Raincoats, serviceable, $6.60 U. S. Army Raincoats, double back. water proof, bought from Sovernment contractors. A real value t. . . ,f 12.50 tt a a ... vi.m CTin.o nw nafr. .18.00 U. S. Armv Russett, Leather Shoes, used but serviceable, pair. ... t ... J, .... $2.S5 TT. S. Army Felt Hats, each.. 9c u. S. Army Wer waisi iseim. encii. .. ..- TJ. s. Army Keguianon iwums tt. a .nnfitiAn Tril( nsrness UAl lirOS, 'VJV. iuiiui.iv Is complete. Double wheel harness worth $125. Only, per set U. S. Army Leather Heavy Halters a 1AM1M V.nttai ArW ......... .!. U. S. Army very heavy galvanised 12- ot. water or nr "' $3.00. Special. eac .. .so U. S. Army Galvanised Iron . Garbage - 1.1 . . . . S1.95 canst, wuuuui iiwi, --------- - . U. . S. Army Meat Saws, steel frame and blade, $1.15 eacn. Vi English Leather New Pouches, sue XT . 35c each. . . U. S. Canvas Leggins. .used. In good con dition. 20C pair: VV OOl SSliri" jr unwa Teggins. $1.25 pslr." . 1.-1. Pocket Knives' Simmons, splendid knue. U."8i. eArmy "Cole" Blast Heaters, suit able for nome. icnooi. -. ... ,ti 1 ,ra nr o.osl. Splendid Eld TV 111 " . condition. No. .32 . . .... . . . ....... IT S Army Oil cans, i-xbu . r. Kv.. . -. $350 eacM 10-gallon capacity. $400 each. Most of these goods have seen service, but are in good condition. . V.t,v Cash with order. References, any bank lBTr MONET BACK TF NOT ; SATIS FIED. Prices f. o. b. Greenville S. C. Please include postage when ordering goods sent bv parcel post Ra tlroad fare refunded customers. 800-mile , "rtlus. visiting our store and buying $300.00 or BRADLET TONDED WAREHOUSE CO., GREENVILLE. S. C. ' LOST AND FOUND LOST Saturday night, o clrclo of pearls snd amethysts In or near Isis theatre. Finder phono l ior rewara. LOST Bunch of keys. Saturday evening. business section of town, liberal reward If returned to 2? 4 West Gregory St. 212 LOST In the Plaza, Elgin wrist watch. black ribbon band. Reward It' re turned tc Mrs. Charles Lindsey, 211 Eat Government street. 237 LOST A key attached to a brown cord. In wooiwortn a. ttewara. rnow LOST FOX TERRIER DOG. ANSWERS TO "NAME OF REX. WHITE WITH BLACK SPOT ON LEFT SHOULDER. NAME OF OWNER ON COLLAR, rte. WARD. PHONE 414 OR 730. tott-ntti Watri An streets of Pensacola. Owner may have same by calling at Journal bivsiness orrice. proving prop erty and paying costs of advertising. 33 FOR RENT FOR RET Tm' , " kj "ton dwia large con- ieC.in8r room furnished for light dfn !t?,n' to. o without chll-errnmen1UstrntrenlenCeS- Kast OV' Fn,.RE? Suit of housekeeping rooms. 103 West Gregory street. 794 POJL RENT One or two rooms, fur nished complete for light housekeeping. Phone 1568. tc.-; FR kR.TTwo umished apartments ,rr.. n P"vaie Datn. hot water, electricity, steam heat. Best East Hill section, overlooking bay; block from car line. Phone 2030. 686 RENT- Furnished housekeeping ,uuu"i conveniences. iuuu & DeSoto SL Phone 1795. 229 FO? ENT Exceptionally nice furnish- tiJu "oi ana coia water. iJaln, iignts, modern in every way. By day or Week, nr mAtiHi, . ... - . f,rAJKCtTTn ? cW'dren. Mr., J. R. McCul- "r -"J "c .arragossa St. zi F?.RJ.R?NT Furnlshd front rooms for . . - ' -"". JLXV T C31 VUftR" Bl- . 224 FOR RENT Furnished room; one, two or three room apartments for light housekeeping. 437 East Government. 135 F25 RENT One room. 318 East Gregory. Phone I486. iso FOR RENT Two-room . house for light housekeeping .Fine lawn ; on car, line. Phone 1614. ; i - - ' - - m t FOR RENT Three - room apartment. ) .urnlshed complete for light house- ; -wv..... jjna l noraana. x none 1000. 159 FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Big Bayou. Convenient to air station or shipyard. Electric lights and bath. Pho ,s24. . 186 FOR RENT Furnished room with pri vate family. Phone 316. 129 FOR RENT Furnlshd rooms: modern conveniences; close in. Apply 101 com Spring and Chase. 134 FOR RENT To gentlemen, furnished rooms. 122 West Chase. Phone 243S - 189 THE READERS? of the classified ads oonstltuto a small army of buyers ten them about that nsedicar or other useful article you have for sala. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on North hill, suitable for light housekeep ing. 1120 N. Palafox. Phane 167. FOR RENT Two newly partly furnished rooms on car line. Phone 1260. 1524 East Lloyd street. .. " 234 ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSHKSEPING. PRIVATE METER, WITH GAR RANGE; YARD, BEACH. HOME. LIKE: CLEAN AND FINE LOCATION. EARLE HAUCK. 410 SOUTH FLORIDA BLANCA. 181 FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. . use of phone, ilifirhts," bath,, etc half block of car line. Ouiet. most desirable neighborhood. Immediate nossession. No children. No. 1325 East Mallory, or phone No. 1529. 236 FOR RENT Furnished lisht house keeping rooms. 114 west Chase street. ... 209 FOR RENT To couple without chil ?ran lorn rnnnRtine rooms snrt kitehenttte. Phone 2079. Apply 1117 North 9th avenue. 245 FOR RENT One large room and two meals a day for two gentlemen. $9.00 a week each. .Address M. O., care Jour nal. 352 HELP FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS "WANTED Heglste wlth tbe employment department ot the Pan-American College. Rooms 274 to 289 Brent Sldg. No cnarge. Positions waiting. ,4141 WANTED First-class cook. Apply to Mrs. Sctrritt Moreno, 620 North Bar celona street. 183 WANTED Two experienced waitresses. Apply Metropolitan Cafe, 22 South Pal afox street. WANTED AT ONCE. A GOOD COL ORED COOK. APPLY TO 14 WEST BELMONT STREET, OR PHONE 111. 248 TRANSFER Storage BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY, PHNE S34. HAULING, PACKITG, STORING. CITY TRANSFER COMPANY THE OLD RELIABLE. PHONE 400. BAGGAGE AND FURNITURE HAULED, PACKED AND STORED. ; SIS EAGAN TRANSFER CO. RAPID AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Hai''ns and transferring of all kinds. A orders promptly attended to. Trunks and Baaosge a specialty. P"one 1728 or 671. .. 3814 WANTED STENOGRAPHER: STATE SALARY EXPECTED. BOX 85, CARE JOURNAL. 795 LP MALE WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR. NAL 3178 BOTS EARN MONET seninar The Pen sacola JournsL dally sd Sundav. Wanted. 10 boys dally and 2 roy Sundays to make from SOe to 15 a day. fo Circulation Manager any morning o'clock. WANTED A youth to make himself generally useful about a theatre. Apply Manager Liberty Theatre between 2 and 3 and 7 and 9 p. m. WANTED A competent bookkeeper one canable of handling detail, work. Address 500. care Journal. REPAIRING DR. HAMILTON THE SAW DENTIST. Saw Teeth Properly Treated: also Grindinr Knives. Shears, etc. Hand saws. 40c. 223 East Intendencia street. Cross-Cut Saws Gummed. 2805 -ewlng Machines and String Instruments repaired. Phone 281. J. H. Blakesley, S East Garden street. AUTOMOBILE Have you ever experienced that indescribable thrill that comes with the first car you ever brought home -to your delighted family? If not, you have something .to look forward to. Possibly you have always thought an automobile too ex pensive. This is not always the case. When you consider that the automobile manufacturers throughout the world are turn ing out hundreds of thousands of cars yearly, it stands to reason that they must be offered again as sec ond hand, and at second hand prices. This, and the EASY PAYMENT PLAN, places the automobile within the reach of nearly every pocketbook. The SALE AU TOMOBILE column of this paper contains many bar gains every day in used cars. Read these ads today and every day. Remember that reliable dealers and owners, who have bargains to offer, place their best bargains in this column. Read the Want Ads in THE DAILY WANTED SIDELINE SALESMEN can easily make $30 tn S60 WPPklv RAlltnor onto oocaiA. rles to jobbers paid weekly. Tennessee Rubber Works, """ion uanic .tsiag., Knoxville, Tenn. 6S7 POSITION WANTED Position as seamstress, house Keeper. Address D. W.. care Journal. WANTED Feather work done by Mrs. M. E. Adams. 307 North QuiUemarde street. Phone 1519. - b89 WANTED To rent unfurnished rooms or nouse Dy renaoie couple with two children, or would buy small house on easy terms. Preferablv west side. D. A. Wells, Route A. HEMSTITCHING DONE Outside alter ation, such as delftfing coats, remod eling, old suits, and other similar work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 307 North Guilliemarde street. Phone 1519. 730 MR. STENOGRAPHER. $100 ami 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 orders for engraving of all kinds; calling cards, wedding Invitations, etc. MAYES PKINTINCJ CO..XT0-22 West Government street. W0 WANTED All tcrnds of phonograph work, no matter what the make. Called for and delivered If desired.. The Piano Shop, Phone 791. 18-20. E. Garden St. The Housekeepers' Burden House, win dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa cola Hou and Window Cleaning Co. can carry the whole load for you. Phone 1013 for Information. Room 605, Blount building. ... ... ... .... S051 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. - -t 218 WANTED To buy from owner. 4 to 6 room house. Must be a bargain. Can pay from 3300 to $500 cash, balance monthlv. No agents need answer. Address Box 100. care Journal office. 173 PLAIN AND CHILDREN'S SEWTNO dona at 210 West Gregory. Phone 2003. DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at 208 West Greg ory street .For,. Information, phono 27S. MORTGAGE LOAN LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. Wa lend money on Real Estae in the city on short notice. Please state In application if you have an Abstract ot Title tc the property. Can x and see us. y THE 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 Bkfg Pensacola. Fla. THEIR LONGING REALIZED FOR AN JOURNAL LODGE .NOTICE BROTHERHOOD OP , HAILWAY CLERKS Pensacola Lodge 811. Regular meetings first and third Frl. day each month. K. of hall. J. N. Smii'i, Wm. p. Da-rtc, Recording Secretary- President not Modern Order of Praetorians. Pensacola Council. No. 106S. mts every second and fourth Monday at 9 p. m. In W. O. W. liall. corner Rom ana and Baylen streets. All Pr.- torlans are cordially Invited. M. E. MORET, S. A. C. E. SMITH, Bee . LODGE NOTICE. Pensacola Trades and Labor Council me every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. a: 32i West Zarrarossa street. , ' H. S. KIELET. President. R. D. LaMONT. Secretary. Machinist Helpers Lodge. Machinists Helpers Lodge. No. 901. meets every Wednesday night In- Boil ermakers' hall, on corner of Palafox and Romana streets. K I. P. BTTRTT. President. C. TJ. WOODHAM. Rec. Sec. FENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 3. K. OF P. Regular meeting of ihe Lodge every Monday, 7:30 p. m.. at their hall on East Intendencia street. R. C. MADSEN. C. C. C. F. STEWART. K. of R. S. .EVECTRICAL WORKERS. Loral Union. TCn 997 t tj t? nr . - i j-. meets everv Mnnriair a t m . ermakers' hall. All visiting 'brothers and ori . ir iucii m guoa stanaing cordially invited. W. F. TIMMONS, R. S PENSACOLA LODGE. No 4, I. O. O. F. -Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. I. O. O. F., meets every .Thursday night at 7:30. at Raiford hall, corner Baylen and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially invited. J. D. MILLER. N. G. JOE S. NICOLAU. R. S. SHIP CARPENTERS. JOINERS AND CAULKERS. Local Union, No. 8l. Carpenters. Join ers and Caulkers, .meets Thursday night eacn weeic at 7:30 o clock, at W. 0. vy. halL corner Baylen and Romana streets. CHAS. DURANT, President. W. H. LANGFORD, Secretary. DAMON LODGE, No. 13, K. OF P. Damon Lodge, No. 13. . Knights of Pythias meets in regular session Tuesday evening at Castle hall at .7:30 o'clock. There will be work In the rank of Esquire. Visitors welcome. W: C. CAMPBELL. C. C B V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS . Pensacola Council No. 35. Junior Order United American Mechanics, meets sec ond and fourth Fridays. 8 p. m., at K. of P. HaH- S. A.' BRITT. Con. V. E. KING, R. S. MASONIC TEMPLE. Special communication of Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. 6c A. M.. Friday, November 14. at 7:30 p. m. Work in the M. M. degree. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. JNO. G. CARO. RICHARDS'. W. M. Secretary. F. D. LEGAL NOTICES ' ' ' NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that 1- Robert Randall, will, after the expiration or ten days from this date, apply to the Board of Pardons of the State of Florida for a pardon of the four charges 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 Sth day of November. A. D. 1919. . ROBERT RANDALL. In Escambia Ctfmty Court of Record. State of Florida In Chancery. Ella Eugene Farley vs. John Joseph Farley. On Mondav. f h Kth rlls t Tannavw A D. 1920, the defendant, John Joseph icviuii-TO 10 appear 10 mo oiu filed against him herein. This . order to . be published once each wee for eight 8) consecutive weeks in The Pensvuvils published in Escambia county. W. P. RICE, Clerk Court of Record. ' By B. J. PETERSEN, D. C. Pensacola, Fla,, November IS. 1919. Notice is hereby given that 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, Florida, and ask to he discharged from his said administratorship. November 7th, 1919. THOMAS HARRIS. Adminstrator. November 7th, 1919. novloaw9w In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In Chancery. Wallace Cobb vs. Josephine Lena Cobb. On Monday, the first day of December. A. D. 1919. the defendant. Josephine Lena Cobb, is required to - aoDear to the bill filed against her herein. . This order to be published once "each week for four consecutive weeks, in The rensacoia journal a newspaper pub lished in said Escambia county. JAS. MACOIBBON. Clerk Circuit Court. By M. L. BELL. D. C. Pensacola, Fla., October 30, 1919. oct31oaw4w 1972 MARKET REPORTS i New York, Nov. 13. Cotton futures opend easy. December, 36.00; January. 25.00; March, 83.75; May, 32.80; July, 31.55. ' New Orleans. Nov. 13. The market opened steady. - January. 35.22: March 8.91: May. 32.88; July, sl.88; December. 30.48. - - - - Liverpool, Nov. 13. Cotton spot In in creased demand, prices weak. Good mid filing. 25.42: fullv middl'ne. mlri dling. -23.92: low middling. ?l.7: n.i oromary, i.5Z; ordinary, 18.63. Sales, 10,000 bales, including 7.000 American. Receipts. 7.000 bales. including S00 American. Futures closed firm. November, 23.92; December, 23.56; January, 22.92; March, 21.92; May. 21.32; July, 20.82; October. 1S.S2. New York. Nov. 13. There was con tinued activity and excitement .in the early cotton market, and fluctuations were extremely violent and irregular. Liverpool more than met yesterday's local break find the opening here was easy at a decline of 115 points on August and of 21 to 58 points on other months. The trade was a big buyer at the lowesL Tha mid-morning rally extended to 35.72 for January and 33.27 for May, or about 77 to 120 points from the early low level, and 11 to 80 points net higher. There was stilt a good deal of nervous ness owing to the settled stockmarket ant? prices weakened again toward mid day under renewed liquidation. Chicago. Nov. 13. Notwithstanding a little weakness at the outset, the corn market today soon gave indications of fresh power to advance. Opening prices which ranged from the same as yes terday's finish to l-2o lower, were fol lowed by rallies and then by a drop to unor the bottom level of the previous day. Absence of any unusual pressure to sell gave relative firmness to oats. . Provisions reflected the comparative strength of grain. -DAViJN WD Ninety-nine years ago today, November 14, 1820, Henry Clay resigned the speakership of Congress. : . - 1 4 Find another congressman. Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Right side down, in clouds. L01MC0URP IS SUSTAINED ?4 tidT't JUDGEMENTS OF CIRCUIT CQURT FOR OKALOOSA and OSCEOLA COUNTIES AFFIRMED BY '8U PREME COURT.- Jm v . ,ri Tallahassee, Nov. 13. f.S p e c i a 1 ) The supreme court ' has affirmed judgment of the circuit courtor Okaloosa county In ; the case of t Jess King-, plaintiff In error, vs , the rfste of Florida, defendant in error, Kin' having: been convicted lri the cigblt court of the statutory crime ofextr tion. The opinion la by Judge .Vast. Attorneys: Walter Kehoe of Feraahola, and Daniel Campbell of DeFtfn&k Springs, for plaintiff In error! "Van c. Swearlngen, attorney general and t. Stuart Glllis, assistant for tbe'?atnf. The court has affirmed the judge ment of the circuit court --tor loosa county In the case of W.. J, Howard, plaintiff In error, vs the state of Flnildsi rt Af pnrtn tv t in trror.,UMn a. conviction for aggravated assaultJ5nie j opinion is by Judge West. AUOrf ;js; Walter Kehoe of Pensacola for plain tiff In error; Van Q. Swearlngen attorney general and ID Stuart GUiis, assistant, for the state. -cr-w The court has affirmed the jud ment of the circuit for Okaloosa cou ty In the case of W, J. Howard.' plait- tiff In error, vs the state of Plorl defendant in error upon a convlctiin of assault with Intent to murder. Tie opinion Is per curiam. Attorneyl Walter Kehoe of Pensacola and; Dai iel Campbell of DePunlak Springs t plaintiff in error; Van C. Swearing. attorney general and. W. W. Trammej assistant, for the state. By a memorandum decision withoe t opinion, the court has affirmed tie orders of the circuit court for Osceola county In the case of . Nannie Recie Johnston, et al., appellants, vs ClaJ a M. Hutson, et al., appellees. Attcj neys: Johnston & Garrett of Kissirj mee for appellants; W. B. Crawfol of Kissimmee for appellees. ,New Tork, Nov. 12. Mrs. jernWpt T. Sea ton is wearing a French 3Medal;of Honor bestowed on her for war Vork. Mrs. Seaton founded the wcmienH!j tor unit early to the war andr did great work In relief of French wounded. The unit as a whole has been cited for distinguished strvtjee and each member wears a - meda-!?,,. f 1 u V v -'-rw1i7- iff ' rn.wm ! K .