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THE PENSACOZA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, 1JECEMBER 22, 1&L9.
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CIRCULATION,
INCREASING
Remember, to be sure of your
eopy of the Sunday Journal. It
is necessary that you oVder the ,.
paper regularly from. The Journal, s
Phone 1500. Read the Want Ad.
pages today. - .
feKtta PenssLColSL Journal ' "
vvesir umoa-ioemnt. Journal Ads. Work All The Time v f n iUf We
Ad. Columns of.......... DAILY WEE k l y SUNDAY' Small Cost Big Results
Everybody Reads
JOURNAL
Want Ads .
IV.
JOURNAL
WANTS
ONE CENT A WORD IN
ADVANCE
ONE RATE TO ALL
Grunt the "words in your adver
t,q. mcnt and multiply It by the
number of times you.desire It print
ed in i, remit accordingly.
The counting of words include the
words "For Sale,; "Wanted,; etc..
uhJ the address. v ; - v
RATES t
No advertisement taken for less
;:;:!! 25 cents.
BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS
TVPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD.
Paragraphed matter, .line dashes,
white space, classified display: 60
p?r line, 56c per inch (12 lines make
ore inch.) " ' ;
lingular advertisers with ledger
accounts may have advertisements
ct; ir-'ed. . .. ' - .
Kill orders should be given in
writing, never over the telephone.
Advertisers1 should give their
trpct or postofficQ address as well
as their phone number if they de
Fire results. Few readers have . a
(Hpphone an1 they can't communi
cate with you unless they know your
niHrt-ss. ; . ... '-
If he advertiser desires, replies
may be bent to Journal Office.
Journal WanAds - Cover West
' Florida..
FOR SALE
Fin SALE Furniture. china, glass.
'iaikots. toys and books. Room 380
F.rnt Building from 10 to 12 and 3 to 5.
7444
, SALE Christmns Tiffs,- readf
l!-psed or alive. Phone 736, Burnett
FOR SALE ONE FORD TOURING
CAR. A-1 CONDITION. $300.00 CASH.
apply 213 S. PALAFOX ST. MR.,'
K H N . : . ' 7664
FOR RALE PECANS, ANY QUALITY,
SAME AS- SOLD IN STORE FOR
F'FTY CFNT3 PER POUND, CHRIST
VA1 IS NEARLY HERE. GET YOUR
SUPPLY VOW, DELIVERED 40 CENTS
e-r? rmiNn, CALLED FOR 35 CENTS
Pcn POI iNO,... . THE. LOT. 30 CENTS
Pt? pniiMo, 600 POUNDS. . PHONE
V-H. 1325 E. MALLORY. E77
f'"'P SALE Fine assortod tianer
!"rans. Phone Dr. Phillips, or 1614
FfR SALE SPLIT
"HONE 224.
PINE
WOOD. I '
2885
SAIE Cerise evening gown. Onlv
'vorn once. In perfect condition. Suit-
for debutante or young lady. Also
"nins coat to match. Will sacrifice.
Kiv.":s "Style" 'Care Journal.
F'-"; SALE Improved farms at Gonzal
ez, or will exchange for city propertv.
A. S. Edwards. Phone 1320. 3201
rrT? KLIM brantl ot powdered Milk.
f.ho-i IPJ?. Mott S. Pond. Distributor.
' Hast La Rua street, Pensacola. 3 61
n VM1; Secr.ntj nan.T tewin? ma
cV '!?. nil makes $5.00 wp. Gusran-
i'r-ynaifl Music House. Phona
1T1V , , 1235
PAT r,,T,r:Ry owner 12 West Zarra
street comer -store, and two story
,i T1 Pp fprine Barpelona St. on same
'"t and at 200 West Zarragossa. 601
?,TR FATE Violin and mandolin,- cheap.
'iVi V.. Zarragossa-st 4001
FOR csi.cooRTf) RICO YAM SWEET
potatoes. $1.50 per bushel, delivered.
wr.te Kannrer, Richland Farms, R. , A.
Pensacola Fla.
pyiv:
SAT v. Two male Duroc -Jersey
rs. M"eirh about 23 pounds each,
i ;:iek stile. Both for, $20.00, Phone
Fh,e for Christmas. . 4009
r'v 'SALE large genuine sole leather
::t ao. Call 2371. 4337
T f AT.K Restaurajit. soft drinks and
' : business; owner lea'ing citv.
s. Ial;ifox St. " 4448
WOOD BLOCKS WOOD
P -. CLOCKS,. 14 INCHES LONG 10c
"CH- GRAND RAPIDS BOAT LAND.
' Tuesday MORNING. NO DE
UvS.:,Y. TAKE THEM AWAY.
!M,rt N.T,Kt
ove Wood. , J2.00
load.
4449
rrr?kE CHEVROLET. A BARGAIN
toj.oo. PHONE 1821. - - 744i
H
Two fine second hand
8..,.-,
erfect condition. The Piano
iione 731. 1 East Garden St.
' 7551
MP.
AT.p; Armv tent for- -alo- noarlv
eT1 Apply 413 E. Belmont St. 7555
SALE Pair
':ot:nting, small
!;,'i;' s- watch.
car : screws, rose
diamond and open
Address Watch, Care
7557
A very cozjr little seven-room cottage, all ready to move
into, corner Ninth avenue and Cervantes street: curtains,
up. water, gas and electrics-connections, all made.
Small house, 414 East Jackson street, $1,850.
A good seven-room cottage, 523 East Gregory, $2,250.'
Five-room cottage with fiv acres of good land, a few
miles out furnished, $l,SOounfurnished, $1,500.
PensacolaFinance Company
We Always Have Houses For Sale"
PHONE 367
FOR SALE
ONE FORD TOURING .......... $280.00
ONE 7-PASSENGER STUDA-
BAKER 500.00
ONE FORD ROADSTER (USED . ,
TWO MONTHS) M
ONE DODGE TOURING
ONE DODGE TOURING
750.00
650.00
175.00
........
ONE HUPMOBILE ..............
ONE MAXWELL .. ..........
450.00
ONE FORD SPEEDSTER (NEW)
ONE CHANDLER CLUB ROADSTER.
ONE HUDSON SPEEDTER. I
UNITED AUTO SALES CO,'
ETELF FEMALE
"WANTED Stenographer. Apply In own
handwriting. , State experience. P. O.
Box 1217. ..- 3992
WANTED Competent - servant. ; Apply
.iiK.morning 100 W. Cervantes. 3884
STKNOGR.A BHERS WANTED Register
with cne femfftoyment department ot
the X-'an-Anierlcan College, i looms Ji7 to
289 Brem Sldg. No cnarge. Positions
waiting. 484X
WANTED A good servant. Apply Mrs.
W. A. Ray, 1600 E. LaRua. . 4551
WANTED A cook.
Palafox St.
Apply at 701 N.
4445
HELPMALE
WANTED Team owners to --contract
logginsr, also log sawyers. Write, wire
or see Helen Lumber Company. Helen,
Florida. . .3779
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR
NAL. x 8176
L'CYS EARN MONEY selling The Pen
sacola - Journsl.v dailv an4 Snndav
Wanted. 100 beys dally and Z roys
Fundays to mako from 50c to 15 Jay.
Circulation , Manager any mormng 5
o'clock.
WANTED An experienced young man
stenotrraDher for railroad work. Apply
in own handwriting, giving experience;
and salary expected to M. E. Batts, 423
N. Baylen St. , .
POSITION WANTED
.
POSITION WANTED by " experienced
male stenographer timekeeper, or
general office man. Address W. M. W.,
Care Journal. - 4333
WANTED A position as cook by north
ern man of experience. Best refer
ences, v Apply Cook, Care Journal. 4440
EXPERIENCED
sires position
Care Journal. -
STENOGRAPHER
immediately. A
de
L., 4000
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Emblem . Pin, initial W. A. J. P.
L. E. Phone 1969. 'Reward.'-' 4664
LOST A topax fing;. Tiffany setting;
I between Pensacola nign scnooi anu
t studio and received reward. ! 7449
WANTED
VANTfi"t our Job printing ana oraers
for , engraving of all kinds; calling
cards, weditin invitations, etc. MAYES
PKTMTING CO.. -0-Z2 West Government
street. 610
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY CHEAP HORSES
AND MULES. APPLY MR. LOUIS
ROTH, SHEESLEY SHOWS, WINTER
QUARTERS, AVE A AND W. RO
MANA STS. 1110
WANTED All kinds of phonograph
work, no matter what tho make. Called
for and' delivered 5f desired. The Piano
Shop, Phons 791, 18-20 K.- Garden St.
The Housekeepers' Burden House, win
dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa
cola ' Houso- and .Window Cleaning Co.
can carry tre whole load for you. Phone
1013 for Information. Room 605, Blount
building. ... Z.051
SEWING ''MACHINES AND STRING
instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. H.
Blakesley. 16 East Garden St. 811
WANTED Stretching curtains nicely at
reasonable price. Call or mail a card
to Clara Pearson, 508 West -Romana
streetr 4443
TRANSFER Storage
BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY,
PHNE 334. HAULING, PACKITG,
STORING.
McKENZIE TRANSFER, AUTO
TRUCK SERVICE, BAGGAGE, FURNI
TURE, LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING.
PHONES 970 -AND 1818. 620
BORRAS TRANSFER CO.
PHONE 1145. OFFICES AND WARE
HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALL
KINDS OF HAULING. .YOUR BUSI
NESS SOLICITED.
MISCELLANEOUS
CREW NOTICE.
The owners, and agents are not respon
sible for any debts contracted by tha
schooner Mary E, Palmer. Robert Tuem
ler & Company. . - 4552
DANCING
DANCING TAUGHT, at 206 West Ores
ory street. For iuformatloK. yone 278.
ELBERT A. CLUBBS, Sales Agent
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Room at 203 W. Gregory-st.
FOR ' RENT-j Furnished room -with bath.
genuemen. Phone 835. 4112
FOR . RENT Furnished and unfurnished
room. Apply 415 S. Florida Blanca-st
after 6 p. m. . 4010
"ROOMS."
FURNISHED TO SUIT. FINE LOCA
TION AND IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOR.
HOOD, CLOSE IN. MODERN CONVEN
ENCES. EARLE HAUCK, 410 SOUTH
FLORIDA BLANCA. 1114
FOR RENT Two
rooms modern.
Phone 1795.
light - housekeeping
1000 E. DeSoto-sL
3666
FORRENT To permanent and desirable
parties, - five very large - unfurnished
rooms, four down and one -upstairs, light
and water Included.- excellent neighbor
hood, splendid location. block of East
Hill car line. Immediate possession. 1325
E. Mallory-st. Phone 1529. 4441
FOR RENT Nieely furnished front room
' nearvbath;. hot and cold water; electric
lights; desirable neighborhood. 206 W.
Gregory St. 4444
FOR RENT Three-room apartment; also
rooms furnished for light housekeeping, i
iiA diocks irora .raiaiox. sza ju. nomana,
1 TlT -.tOO A t 11
FOR; RENT Rooms; modern, to- gentle
men APP'r H to 1 or 6 to 8.-203 W.
Gregory.
mjfawi"Q 9.9 M'5" rf-?R I !! JJJW-'"'
FOR REXT Small apartment; adults
only. 214 W. Gregory St. 4550
FOR RENT Five furrifshed rooms; close
'in. Modern; adults only. 507 N.
Hayne. 4226
FOR RENT Two furnished
VY Intendencia St. .
rooms 406
7554
FOR RENT One neat furnished room
and bath, private family. 922 DeSoto
and Tenth-av. " 7558
FOR RENT One furnished room, 318 "E.
Gregory St., Phone 1486. 7559
FOR RENT To gentlemen furnished
room, near bath. Hot water, electric
lights. Phone 2432, 122 W. Chase. . 4553
FOR RENT Three connecting f itmished
rooms lighthousekeepine, 431 W. Greg
ory.
7553
FOR RENT For three months or longer
complete furnished, screened six room
house; bath, electric 5 lights; close in;
further particulars, 19 East Gregory
LODGE NOTICE
BROTHERHOOD OF
riAILWA CLERK1
Pensaroia Lodge 511.
Regular . meetings first and third Frl
y -a -- -th. K hin.
J. W. SMITH, WI. P. DAVIS.
Recciuirf cteretarj n.u-it
. 7807
' Modern Orcei o Praetorians.
PcnsacoTa CouncIL No. 106S. wts
every second and fourth Monday at s
p. m. in W. O. W. hall, corner Romans
and Baylen streets. All Pp- torhins are
cordially Invited.
M. E. MORET. S. A.
; C. E. SMITH. Bee.
LODGE NOTICE,
Pensacola Trades ar-.d Labor Counctl
me" every Wednesday nt 7:30 p. m.,
ar 12i Wet Zarratfoss atreet.
IT. fs. .jtTPT.' resident.
R. D. La MONT, Secretary,
P. O. Box 2.
Machinist Helpers Ledge.
Machinists Helpers' Lodge. No. 901(
meets every Wednesday night In Boil
ermakers' hall, on corner of Palafox and
Romana streets.
I. P. BT7RTT. President.
, . . C. TT. WOODHAM. Rec Se?.
FENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 3. K. OF P.
Regular meeting of the Lodge every
Monday, 7:30 r.. m.. at their hall on East
Intendencia street.
; R. C. MADSEN. C. C
C. T. STEWART. K. of R. ft 8.
ELECTRICAL , WORKERS.
Local' Union. No. 327. I. B. E. W..
meets every Monday at 7 -p. m.. at Boil
ermakers' hall. AH visiting brother-, and
jervlce men In good standing cerdlally
W. P. TTMMONS, R. S
PFNSACO-A LODGE. No 4. 1. O. O. F.
Pensacola Lodge. .No. S. I. O. O. F..
meets e"ry Thuradav nleht at 7:S0. at
Raiford hall, corner Bavlen and Belmont
streets, visitors cordially Invited.
J. D. MILLER. N. O.
JOE S. NICOLAU. R. 8.
SHIP cXrPENTERR. JOINERS AND
CAULKERS.
Txical Union. No.- 815, Ca-penters. Join
ers and Caulkers. m-ts Thursday ntarht
eah week at 7:30 o'clock, at W. O. W.
nail, corner Bavlen and Romana streets.
CTTAs. DTTRANT. President.
W. H. LANGFORD. Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacola fontiel' No. 35. Junior Order
iTnited American jvTenanics. meets
ond s"d fourth Fridays. 8 p. m.. at K
of P. HaH. S. A. BRITT. Con.
W. K. KING. ft. S .--.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 1S. K; of P.
Damon IodgR 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 Page.
v isitors welcome.
W. C. CAMPBELL. C C.
B. V. HOLLAND, K. xf R. & S.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
Regular conclave of
Cour De Lion Comman
derv-No. 1. Knights Tem
plar, Monday, December
22, at 7:30 p. m. Annual
election of officers. So
journing Sir Knights cor
dially invited.
C. S. BONACKER,
F. L. MILLER. E. C.
Recorder.
- .MASONIC TEMPLE,
i . f Special communication of Es
' cambla Lodge No. 15, F. & A.
T jt ' m- rork in the F. C. and M.
A M.. Tuesday, Dec. 23rd at 6 p.
yi. degrees. Visiting brothers
fraternally invited..
JNO. G. CARO.
F. D.' RICHARDS. W. M.
, Sec'y. - '
MORTGAGE LOANS
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. .
We lend money on Real Estae In the
City on short notice. Please state in
application If you have an Abstract ol
Title to the property. :.
- Call and see us.
THE ' WATSON AGENCY, IntU
7 South Palafox fit. .,
- WANTED TO BUY
WANTED jTo buy second hand
'Ford
car.
Cheap for cash.
103 E. Garden St.
OPPORTUNTIIES
I desire to erect two or more stores on
1 u,TTh f WHhnr'wii b
glad to consider propositions for renting
same.
556
A. C. BLOUNT.
LEGAL NOTICES
In the Court of 'Record of Escambia
County, State of Florida.
The Banking, Savings & Trust Co. vs.
In the Court of Record of Escambia
County, Florida. -
Kristian Ferguson, et. ah
The following defendants, to-wit: Ollne
Ferguson, Magnus Mikarlson, Josephine
Jorgensf Bakel Borgensen, Ugift Bor-
gensen
Neils Larsen, Thora Jorgensen,
Mrs. Ad. Greaker. and Ole Fisher, are
hereby required to appear on or before
January 24th, 1920. to the supplemental
bill of complaint filed herein. This order
to be published once each week for
eight (8) consecutive weeks in the Pen
Racola Journal, a newspaper published
In Feneacoraj Florida. , t
v. W. P. RICE, V
Clerk Court of Record.
Bridge Construction.
- Sealed proposals will be received by the
State Road -Department, at Tallahassee,
Florida, up to 10 o'fclock a. m. on the 5th
day of January, 1920.
For the t
Construction of a bridge over the
Blackwater river, at Milton, Florida, con
sisting of four steel girder approach
spans, and a steel bascule lift span.
The length of the structure to be con
structed is aooroximatelv 338 feet long.
of four 60 foot deck girder spans, and a
Strauss Bascule lift span witn an u 1001
clear channel, having an 18 foot clear
roadway and one 6 foot sidewalk, all on
substructure of concrete piers.
The proposed Improvement will consist
of approximately the ( following:
Wood foundation piling, a.zou iin. ieet.
Concrete. 1.348 cubic yards.
Steel reinforcement. 168.000 pounds.
Structural steel, approach spans, 220,000
pounds. '
Structural steeL-Bascule span, 200.000
pounds. " ' -
Castings, maenmery, etc., z-,aw pounua
Flooring. 26,500 feet, B. M. v
Hand rail. 716 lin. feet.
Plans and specifications are on rue
at the State Road department, Tallahas
see, Florida, for examination, or may be
obtained on application to the State Road
department, for the sum of Twenty
Dollars ($20.00). when . returned w ith a
bonande bid. Fifteen Dollars win do re
turned to the bidder.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bless.
A-ertitied -check 4n the sum or unree
Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) made pay
able to M. M. Smith," chairman of the
state road department, must accompany
each bid as an evidence of good faith
and the acceptance and entering into
contract by the party to whom the work
may be awarded.
Anv hifiner wno snau. alter mieen uo
calendar days notice being given, of the
acceptance of his or their proposal, fail
to execute tne contract ana iurnisn me
required bond shall forfeit his or their
claim to- the work and his or their cer
tified check shall be retained and used
by the State of Florida as liquidated
damages.
December 6, 1919.
- State Road Department.
M. M. Smith, Chairman.
Chas. A. Browne,
State Highway Engineer.
O O RT of
I ENS ACOLAI
VESSELS IN PORT
Steamers.
The Shipping Board steamer Lake
Filbert, stream (awaiting cargo).
The British steamer Senator,
stream.
The American steamer- Cushatta,
stream. '
The shipping board steamer Noe
calula, Tarragona wharf (loading).
The American steamer Botsf ord,
(unloading).
. The American steamer Argenta,
(loading). v
The Shipping Board steamer Mar
shall, stream (loading.).
- The shipping board steamer Lake
Savus, -Tarragona wharf (loading.)"
The Italian learner Bronte from
Galveston. -
Schooners. .-
The Cuban schooner Gabriel Palmer,
stream.
The American schooner Frederick A.
Duggan, stream, (loading.)
The American schooner Furustrand,
stream (loading). ... ' V
The British schooner "W. S. M. Bent
ley, stream (loading.) . -
The British schooner McDonald,
stream (loading.)
' The American schooner Mary Mon
son Gruener. (unloading.)
, Barks.
The Spanish bark Saurez, No. 2,
Commendencla wharf (loading.)
The Spanish , bark VIrga del Mer,
stream. (Loading.)
BarQes. .
; The Aiken barge Consul, stream.
Barges, Aiken barge Bobby-IIo, Pal
afox " wharf.
American barge Iberia, stream
(loading).
American barge, Sntith - Terry
stream (loading). -
. Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load
ing). The American barge, Madison,
stream. : i . -
.. Tugs.
,Tugs. Aiken tug Leroy, Palafox
wharf.. - " .
The American tug. Bathalum, Tar
ragona wharf. .
The Aiken lug Dixie. Palafox wharf,
"The Aiken tug Nellie. Palifcx
VESSELS EXPECTED
"'&. 1 -Steamers. - ;.;'
The American steamer Lake Mymer,
tot the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov.
15. '. '-: ' . ." ".' '
The t Shipping Board steamer Alta,
from .Nicaragua for Frederick Gilmore
& Co., due Deo. 10.. , '
The Shipping Board steamer Mona
fan, from Nicaragua for Frederick
Gillmore & Co.. due Dec. 10.
SAND KEY PASSINGS.
Sand Key. Fla., Dec. 2L-Passed
, south, 20th, Lake Marion; east, Atlan
tic Refining Company; we:, Ocean,
Nor.
H LOCAL MARKETS. i3
ei S! H g 31
saK!S!SBS!aiaiaig
Wholesale.
The quotations of the local whole-
sale markets remained firm yesterday.
Produce.
Apples, per bbl., $9.75 and. . ..$10.25
Apples, per box
Bananas, per pound
Butter, per pound ..
Beans ;
4.50
.06
.72
.11
.13
Navy, per pound . .
Lima, per pound
Beets, per pound ....
Celery, per dozen ..
Cabbage, per pound
.03
1.50
04 H
.07
.50
7.50 '
.04
.04
.45
.49
.69
3.20
.03
. L45
2.75
6.25
4.25
4.50
1.85
.92
2.40
3.10
3.30
4.00
3.25
80.00
Carrots, per pound .
Limes, per 100 ......
Lemons, per box ..
Onions
Yellow, per pound
Red, per pound
Chickens, per pound
Turkeys, dressed ............
Eggs, per dozen, .54 an6 .....
Grapes i
Tokay '
Irish, pej? pound
Sweet, per bu. .'
Peac'ies, per crate, $2.25 and.
Peas, per box
Tomatoes
Lusgen
Baltimore
Corn, per bu
Oats, per bu. .
Bran, per cwt. .
"I"
Chops, per cwt
Middlings, per cwt
Cotton seed meal, per cwt.....
Four per cent cotton seed meal
Seven per cent cotton seed
meal
Rheumatism
Is completely washed out of the system bj
the cclebratec' Shivar Mineral Water. Pos
itively guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered any
shere by our Pensacola Agents, West Flo
Via Grocery Co. Phojje them.
Rely on Cuticura
To Clear Away
Skin Troubles
Soap tod earns e. Ointment to tooth .Talcum to pow
der, 25c. Simplex of Csttcark, Xpt.X(aidu, MM.
DOINGS
of the........
T5m i'll walk dowk! with
"This mormiug- I wmtTodo
A LITTLE CHRISTMAS SHOPPIAfG
HovJ Long does IT TAKES.
HER.T6 OV A FEW
CHRISTMAS POST CARDS X
I COULD GO W THECE AMD '
DO IT IM.TWC7 MWUTES
mUTBURSTS of EVERETT TRUt
by
- ' -. -' 1 . . : ----- - . -
!f - - UHtCe ON THE vOTHCR HAKD,
"THC "STATU S QUO 4NTS. AR.G-LSS
A IN QUO NON VMt THG TReAtY
IN TrAT SHAPIS:' .UOULD e MOTH I KG.
lOt THAN L--frpl?!V -7
f
i r neu-ri il k. i . vuie tzr-i I Dili MAY i
SWSC -SOME IDEAS, SOT HS WT-,
m.; TJUtilPn IN. A DEAD LANG.UAG.S. J!
i-'fy W5KS. ALL, STOO?- SHOULUERTO BOOC.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
PENSACOLA HOME & SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
Of -PENSACOLA,
FLORIDA,
at the close of business November 30,. 1919. .
" . ASSETS. .
Cash
on hand Nov. 30. 1919.".
Loans on Real Estate
Temporary Loans
U. S. Liberty Bonds ...
Real Estate
LIABILITIES.
Deposits
Paid Up Stock
Urrdivided Surplus May 31, 1919
Earnings May 31. 1919 to Nov. 30, 1919
STATE QF FLORIDA,
ss.
COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA.
I, J. II. Bayliss, Secretary of the above named Association, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help
me God.
J. H. Bayliss, Secretary
Sworn and subscribed before me this 20th day of Dec. 1919.
C. L. Griffin
Notary Public
R. M. Cary . :
Oscar E. Maura ' -
Sol Calm '
Directors. J
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