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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1919
& of The Pensacola Journal jai n f
WettM-rTkeWailt - Journal Ads. WorkMi The. Time 30,009 People
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ia necessary that you order the
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' pages today.
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tteonipnt and multiply It by the
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ed and, remit accordingly.
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words 'For Sale." "Wanted." etc..
an J the address. .
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sn ndvertisement taken for less
,in 25 cents.
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TYPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD.
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ore inch.) .
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si-counts may ; have advertisements
charged. m - .
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writing, never over the telephone.
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s th'r phone number if they de
sire results. Few readers have a
telephone and they can't communi
cate w;th you unless they know your
address.
If the advertiser desires, replies
niay be tent to Journal Office.
Journal Want Ads Cover West
Florida.
FOR SALE
FOR SALT: Two . horses, harness and
wagon at a bargain price. Can
f-Hi at 1003 X. 9lh-ave. ' 7227
I-or. SALE Farm, m mile from Gon-rxs-7.:
60 seres of land. 30 acres un
Vr 'inoe, IS acres stumped, eifrht room
H;:se, two good springs. 75 bearing near
s.s. few recan trees, good clay land
:i for 81.000.00, Chas. Seals, Gonzalez.
7226
F"R SALE Girls Bicycle. Xew. 310 N.
It'th-avf. 1 ' 7223
FOR SAT.E ThV Fulghum . property,
MaUory between 6th and 7th-aves., one
fiole block -with many nut bearing
fees. Dv.-Ilinp. modern, 8 rooms. To
?e this property is to want it. Price
ami terms on application to R. A. How
ar. t2 Blount- building.- Phone 7(H,
' ." ' . 7335
Kr7 SALFj Rent or exchange- brand
new visible typewriter. $3. 0ft monthly:
eil down payment. Ten years guar
vitee. Phone 2030 or write P. O. Box
, 7334
J OU SALE Baby, carriage, baby "bed,
nie punch set, cheap. 336 E. Inten
'er.cia. 7222
FOR PALE PECANS, ANY QUALITY.
SAME AS SOLD IN STORE FOR
FIFTY CENTS PER POUND. CHRIST
MAS IS NEARLY HERE. GET YOUR
RUPFLY NOW. DELIVERED 40 CENTS
PER POUND, CALLED FOR 35 CENTS
PER POUND. THE LOT. 30 CENTS
PF.Fi POUND. 600 POUNDS. PHONE
1529- 1:25 E. MALLORY. E77
YOU SALE Cerise evening gown.- Only
worn once. In perfect cpndition. , Suit
able for debutante or young lady. Also
''ririr coat to match. Will - sacrifice.
A-Mross "Style" Care Journal.
FOR SALE Improved farms at Gonzal
v", or will exchange for city property.
A. ft. Edwards. Phone 1520. - S201
FOR KLIM brand ot powdered Milk.
Phone 1949. Mott S. Pond, Distributor,
:f00 East La Rua street. Pensacola. 3 6a
ror. SALl? Second naM sewing ma
ch'.nes. all makes. S5.00 tip. Guaran-"-i.
Reynalds Music House. Phone
nr. lass
FOP. .SALE By owner 12 West Zarra
?osa street corner store, and tw0- story
rs!tfer.re facing Barcelona Sft on same
ar1 at 200 West Zarragossa.'' 601
F'p. s A IvF: .violin and mandolin, cheap..
'"' K Zarragossa-st. - 4001
FOR SALE PORTO RICO YAM SWEET
POTATOES, $1.50 oer bushel-delivered.
A'r ite Manager, Richland Farms, R. A.
Persacola Fla. . ' -
'R PAT. k Two male Duroc Jersey
P? Visrh about .25 pounds each.
fir
ft. ?al. Both for $20.00. Phone
Fine f r Christmas. , 4009
r SALE Restaurant, soft drinks and
r';ars business; owner leaving, city.
J Falafox St. ." '' . . .4446
PALE Stove Wood. $2.00 load.
ifcore ;23. - ; 4449
FpbSa-E CHEVROLET. A BARGAIN
----HfaO. PHONE 1821. 7446
FOR .sale Two ;- fine - second hand
5 Mac? Perfect condition. The Piano
--V. Phone 79L IS East Garden St.
7551
'- HOUSE EAal unMOE siri.
5 ALE Army tent for sale: nearly ! KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSI
Apply 415 E. Belmont St. - 7555 ESS SOLICITED. -
SO SUSS W0liVJE g
A very cozy little seven-room cottage all ready to move
into, corner Ninth avenue and Cervantes street: "curtains
up. water, gas and electric connections, all made.
Small house, 414 East Jackson street, $1,830.
A good seven-room' cottage, 523 East Gregory, $2,250.
Five-room cottage' with five acres of good land, a few,
miles out f urnished, $1,800 r unfurnished, 1,500.
PensacbiaFinance Company
"We Always Have Houses For Sale"
PHONE 367 ELBERT A. CLUBB&, Sales Agent
FOR SALE
FOR SALE MAHOGANY. FURNITURE
CUT. GLASS CANTON CHINA AND
BRIC-A-BRAC SUITABLE FOR
CHRISTMAS'. PRESENTS. MOM 380
BRENT BUILDING. 10 TO JTAND 3 TO
5. 7220
FOR SALE FORD TOURING CAR. CAN
BETBEEN AT OFFICE C. H. TURNER
CO., BRENT BUILDING LOBBY. '7221
FOR SALE.
'Giant New Zealand.. Belgian and
White Rabbits, breeding does, , bucks
and young ones. Pets or food. Price
reasonable. " 117 E.' Intendencla-st. r v ,
FOR SALE One ton horse engine gaso
line with, pump and tank attached will
sell cheap. See or call on me at Bluff
Springs, Florida, A. C. Hardel. 7336
HELB-FEMALE
WANTED Stenographer. Apply In own
band writing. : State experience. P. O.
Box 1217. . VS992
WAN'TElJ Competent servant-' Apply
in morning 100 W. Cervantes. : SS84
with tae employment department oi i
289 Rrem Sldg, No cnarge. Positions
waiting. 4841
WANTED A cook. - Apply at 701 N.
Palafox St. r 445
HELPMALE
WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO
WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU
LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR
NAL. .' 8176
BOYS EARN MONET selling The Pen
eacola Journal, dailv and Hundav
Warned,' 100 boys dally and 23 royi
Pundays to nrake from 50e to $5 a Jay.
P Circulation Manager any morning S
o'clock. '
position WANTED
WAXTED Position as 'shlpjling telerk
or salesman. Travelling preferred.
Seven years experlece in retail business.
References. Address "H" Care Journal.
- 7331
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. Apply Cook, Care Journal. 4440
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER de
sires position immediately. A,
Care Journal. 4000
LOST ANT) FOUND
LOST-j-Emblem Pin, initial W. A. J. P.
L. E. Phone 1969. Reward. 4664
LOST A topaz, ring; Tiffany setting;
-between Pensaeo'a high school and
Cottrell Studio. ' - Finder return same to
studio and received reward. - 7443
WANTED
WAXTED AT OX CE Well broken boat.
Phone 1884 or 633. 7337
WAXTED Space in private garage " for
one car. Must be dry and tiave lights.
Address Garage, 221 X. Barcelona-st..
City. . ' 7225
WANTED Tour Job printing and orders
for engraving of all kinds; calling
cards, wedding InvitatlonB, etc. MATES
PKTNTIXG X., 0-22 West . Government
street. - . 0
- WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY CHEAP HORSES
AND MULES. APPLY MR. LOUIS
ROTH. PHEESWEY SHOWS, WINTER
QUARTERS. AVE A AND W. KO-
MANA STS.
1110
WANTED AH' Kinas ot -phonograph
work, no matter what tha make. Called
for and delivered !f desired. The Piano
Shop. Phon 781. 18-2J E. Garden St. ,
The Housekeepers' Burden House, win
- tlow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa.
eola Heus and Window Cleaning Co.
can carry tre whole loai for you. Phone
1013 tor inTorm ation. noom n, oraum
building.. .......C051
SEW TXO MACHINES AND STRING
Instruments repaired. Phone 251. - J. H.
Blakesley, 16 East Garden St. - : 811
WAXTED Stretching curtains nicely at
reasonable price. Call or mail a card
to Clara Pearson, 60S West Romana
street. ; - 4442
TRANSFER Storajfe
BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY,
PHNE 334. HAULING, PACKITG,
STORING. - ' ' .
McKENZIE TRANSFER, AUTO
TRUCK SERVICE. BAGGAGE, FURNI
TURE, LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING.
PHONES 870-AND 1818. 620
BORRAS TRANSFER CO.
PHONE 1145. OFFICES AND WARE
HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALL
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Xicely furnished front room
near bath; hot and cold water; elec
tric '- lights; desirable neighborhood, 206
W. Gregory-sL ' 7224
FOR REXT Small furnished cottage.
Ideal for couple. $35.00 er - month.
Phone 830. , 7229
FOR - RENT Xicely furnished room
down stairs. 714 E. '. LeRua. Phone
1285. 7330
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. "Will
.: rent separately. - Reference required.
423 E. Intendencla-st.
7333.
FOR RENT Furnished room for gentle
, fhen. 419 E; Intendencia-st. 7332
FOR REXT One or two large rooms
furnished for light housekeeping. Will
rent separate. " Hot and cold water, 323
E. Romait;, Phone 1568. 7119
- f.
FOR REXT Xicely furnished room for
gentleman. : Adjoining bath. Private
family. Modern conveniences. , Refer
ences i exchanged. Call afternoons or
evenings. 702 Gadsden. 7226
FOR REXT Room at 203 W. Gregory-st.
FOR 'REXT Furnished and unfurnished
room. Apply 415 S. Florida Blanca-st
after. 5 p. . m. , . 4010
FOR REXT 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 Rooms; modern, to gentle
men Apply 11 to 1 or 6 to 8. 203 w.
Gregory.
FOR REXT Five furnished rooms; close
in. Modern ; adults only. 607 N.
Hayne. - ' -4226
FOR RENT Onefurnished room.318 E
Gregory St.. Phone 1486. 7559
FOR REXT Three connecting f Rrnished
rooms iighthoUsekeeping 431 W. Greg
ory. '5o3
FOR RENT For three months or longer J
complete furnished, screened six room "
- . 1 , : 1. . . nln.a I n
house; oatn, eiectnu iiiivs, .,
further particulars, 19 East Gregory
LODGE NOTICE
BROTHERHOOD Of -
.TAILWAV CLERKS
i Pensaftole Leaoe Sit.
Resrulsr meetings flrt and third Fri.
th. K ' "
J. W. SMITH, WM. P. DAVIS.
Rc '11114 ct-cretar r.. ,',.nt
7807
Modern Order o Praetorians.
Pensacola ' CounHl. No. 106S. mts
every second and fot:rtj Monday at
p. m. In W. O. W. iiall. corner llomana
and Baylen s-.reets. All Pj torians ar
cordially. Invited.
M E . MORET. S. A.
C. E. SMITH. Rec
LODGE NOTICE.
Pnsaco'a . Tds ard Labor Coanct;
nit? .every Wednesdav t 7:80 p. m ..
- l"'i Wet . T'-irno-o" utreet.
FT. Q. r ildort
. R. D. LaMONT. Secretary.
-P. O. Box 2.
: , MachlnUt Helpers Lodge.
Machinists Helpers Lodsr. No. 901.
meets every Wednesday nicht In Boil
ermakers' hall, on corner of Palafox end
Romana streets.
I. P. BTTRTT. President.
C. U. WOODHAM. Rec. Seu.
FENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3. K. OF P.
Regular meeting of. -.he Ixdge every
Monday. 7:30 n. m., at their hat! oh ast
Intendcnc! street.
R. C. MAPSE V. C. C.
; C. F. STEWART, TC. of R. ft S.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS.
Local Union. No. 827. I. B. E. W..
meets every Monday at 7 p. m .. at "Boil
ermakers' hall. All Visitln- brnthA and
' service men In good standing cordially
lHUBO.
W. FrTTMMONS,
n. s
PFNSACOwA LODOF. No 4. I. O. O. F.
Pensacola Ledge. No. 8. T. Of. O. P..
meets evry Thursday nleht at 7:30. at
Raiford hall, corner Baylen nd Belmont
treats. Visitors coMlfillv Invited.
J. D. MTLLER. N. O.
JOE S. NTCOLAU. R. B.
SHIP CARPENTER. JOINERS AND
CAULKERS.
Local Union. No. 81 K. C oenters. .Tnln-
ers and CauTVer. mts Thnrsy nleht
eacn week it 7:si rt'efock. at W. o. v.r
hall, corner Bavlen end Romana streets.
rA tvttrant. President.
W. H. LANGFORD. Secretary.
JUNIOR ORD" UNIT-O AMERICAN
MECHANICS
Pensacola- Council No. 8S. Junior Order
United American Mechanics, meets arf-
on a"d fourth Fridays. 8 n. t K
of P. HaH. ' S. A. BRTTT, Con.
W. E. VTNH. Tt. R
. DAMON LODGE. NO. 13. K. of P.
Dfimon Lodge, No. 13 Knights ot
PvtMas meet In rerular session Tuesday
evening at Castle Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
There will he work in the rank of Page.
Visitors welcome.
W. C. CAMPBELL. C. C.
B. V. HOLLAND. K. of R. & S.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
'"- Special eommnicaon of Es-
V camblo- IjoSw No. 15, F. A.
V -V m. Work in the F. C. and M.
rSjy1 M., Tuesday, Dc. 23rd at 6 p.
M. de-rees. Visiting brothers
fraternally invited.
JXO. G. CARO.
F. D. RICHARDS. W. M.
Sec'y.
MORTGAGE LOANS
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
We lend money on ReT Estae In th
City on short notice. Please state - in
application if you have an Abstract of
Title to the property. --
Call and see tin.
THE ' WATSON AOFNCT, Inc.
:r 1 South Palafox St
MISCELLANEOUS
CREW NOTICE. -The
owners and agents are not respon
sible for any debts contracted by the
schooner Mary E. Palmer. Robert Tuem
ler & Company. 4552
, Mr. Chas. Cottrell will be out of the
city for the next two days, making a
series of pictures for the L. A N. over
the P. & A. and Selma division.
The trip will be made in a - special
motor car. , . ...... :,..;.".,.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy second hand
Ford car. Cheap for cash.
103 E. Garden St.
OPPORTtJNTIIES
I desire to erect two or more tnrB nn
the east side of Palafox street fifty feet
south or wrignt street and will be
glad to-conslder propositions for. renting
same.
556,
A. C. BLOTJNT.
4r
DANCING
DANCTNG TAUGHT, at 206 West arey
ory street. For iuformatlnc. rUone 278.
LEGAL NOTICES
. NOTICE. ;
Bids will be received by the board of
city commissioners of the city of Pensa
cola, Florida, on the 12th day of January,
1920, for drilling and completing two
wells at the .pumping,, station of the
city water works.
Copies of specifications, forms of con
tract, and bonds can be obtained at the
office of city clerk, city hall.
F. D. SANDERS,
Mayor.
Attest: L. E. HE IX BERG,
City Clerk.
ATTENTION VOTERS. '
..If you wish Information today as to
your voting, please phone 50.
' J. AaICIRKPATRICK,
Supervisor of Registration of Escambia
County, Florida.
IX ESCAMBIA COUXTT CIRCUIT
COURT. STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
E. A. Vinson vs. The Harma Estate com
pany, a corporation and. The Gordon
Taylor Realty 'company, a corporation.
On Monday, the 5th day of January,
A. D., 1920 the defendants The Hanna
. . , nnt.
x.si.tti.o vJiiii'any m, i-orpuraiiwi, Rim xxits
Gordon-Taylor Realty company, a corpo
ration, are required to appear to the bill
filed against them therein.
This order to be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks in the
Pensacola Journal, a newspaper - publish
ed in said Escambia County.
JAS. MACG1BBON.
Clerk Circuit Court. -
By M. E. BELL, D. C.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders of Forbes,
Quigley & Morgan. Inc., will be held
at the company'? office at 27 S. Palafox
st;, Pensacola, Florida, January 14. 1920
for the election of officers and the trans
action of such other business as may
come before the meeting.
B. FORBES.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Notice is hereby riven to creditors. le
gatees, distributees, and all persons hav
ing claims or demands against the estate
of Anderson M. Douglass, deceased, to
present the same . to tbe undersigned
within tVo. (2) years from the first pub
lication of this notice. Nov. 11th, 1919.
BELLE DOUULASS,
Administratrix.
In the CirciU Court of Escambia County,
State of Florida In Chancery.
N C. McMillan vs. All Parties Claiming
an Interest in the Real Estate Here
inafter Described.
It is ordered that all parties claiming
sn Interest in the real estate situated
In the City of Pensacola, Escambia
county, Florida, described as the North
90 feet of the west half of lot 17, and
the north 90 feet of the east half of lot
16. of block 3. of the Old City of Pen
sacola as shown by the man or sain
city copyrighted by Thos. C. Watson -in
18S4. the said property lying Between
Baylen and Barcelona streets, and hav
ing a frontage of 80 feet, more or less.
on the south side of Zarragossa street.
are required to appear on Monday, the
2nd day of February. A D. 1920, to the
bill of complaint herein.
This order to be published once each
week for twelve wweks In The JournaL a
newspaper published in the City of Pen-
-aacola In said county of Escambia.
Done and ordered this Zth day or
October, A. D. 1919.
JAS. MACGTBBON.
Clerk Circuit Court of Escambia County.
Florida.
By M. L. BELL, D. C.
. D. BEGGS. Solicitor for Complainant.
In the Cer t of 'Record or Kscarr.bla
County, State of Florida.
Boseph M. Levy vs. All parties claiming
an Interest In ?ie real estate herein
.. after described, and against all per
sons claiming interests as heirs, de
, vlsees or grantees, under James Jack
, son. deceased, or otherwise. In said
. prcperty.
Upon demand of the complainant In
the above styled cause, it Is ordered that
he defendants and all parties claiming
rn -Interest in the hereinafter described
1V Florida, and all parties claiming In
terests as heirs, devisees or grantees
Imder James Jackson, deceased, or otner
wise. In said property, be and they are
jiereby required to appear to the bill of
complaint herein-cn the 2nd day of Feb
ruary, 1920: the land involved in the bill
of complaint and above referred to. be
ing he following described real estate in
Pensacola, Escambia county, Jlorlda, to
wit:
Commencing on the south side of Gar
Sen street 114 feet east of the north
fast corner of lot numbered 16 in block
numbered 4 of the Donelson tract; thence
running east along the- south side of
Harden street: 100 feet; thence south on
i line parallel with Reus street 240
feet: thence west on a line parelle with
Harden street 100 feet; thence nortt. 20
Teet to the point of beginning, according
to the map of the City of Pensacola. pub
lished by Honton & Watson In 1908.
This order to be published once each
week for twelve consecutive weeks prior
to said rule day In 'The Pensacola Jour
nal, a newspaper published In Pensacola,
Encambia County, Florida.
, Done and ordered this 18th day of
October, 1919. - -
! (Seal) W ' P":
' Clerk Court of Record -of Escambia
County, Florida. -
i By A. L. TIDWELL.
- Deputy Clerk.
14 Oct. oaw-12w 1961
; Vot early today for better
schools. The tax must carry
A Stitch In Time Saves Nine.
A Sewing Machine for Xmas
Kc3rnaJds Music House
TX, S. ARMY GOODS FOR SALE.
TJ. army steel ranges, regulation Noi
5, made on strictly government specifi
cations. 8-eye, 33 inches wide, E2 inches
long, 33 inches high, large bake oven,
warming closet, ornamental back, water
back ready to connect with tank; worth
$200; new; good condition, $67.50.
TJ. S. army galvanized hot water tanks,
82-gallon capacity $24.95.
TJ. ;"8vrmyv regulation shoes, genuine
TJ. S. army shoe, brand new: finest
qualltv ; a wonderful shoe for $8.86.
TJ. S. Army heaters. "Radiant Home,"
Hot Blast, large sise. nickel 'trimmed. A
beautiful stove. Slightly used. Cost $65.
new. Special $45.00.
,T-T- s- Army heater 'Cole "aef - No.
nictcei trcmmea. uooa coumuon,
$18 50.
U. S. Army blankets, all wood. Grade
A. perfect, $7.95; Grade B, $6.95; Grade C.
$5.85. The blanket for long wear, for
homes, rooming houses. ' schools, lumber
and convict - camps, commissaries. etc
Weight 4 pounds; 62 in. by 82 h They
are clean and. sanitary. Olive drab or
gray colors.
U. S. Army wool overcoats: dyed blue,
lined to waistline, good condition, $7.60.
U. S. Army overcoats, dyed blue,
brown or black, wonderfully Improved,
should last you for years. Worth new
$90. Special $15.95.
IT. S. Army wool mackinawa. Warm
and serviceable. Special 89.50.
U. - S. Army wool shirts, washed,
cleaned . and repaired. Divided Into
classes Grade A, $2.75; Grade B, $2.35;
Grade C. $1.95; order two or three now.
XJf S. Army tralncoats and slickers.
Grade A. perfect condition. $4.95 or $50
dozen; Grade B, good condition. $3.95 or
$39 dozen. . - -
U. S. Army wool spiral . legglns $8
dozen of 95 cents each..
U. Army canvas leggin. heavily re
inforced with leather. 75c each or $7.60
dozen. - ,
Pure .linen cap covers, white, excellent
for housework, barbers, office, etc.
Bre.nd new; 15 cents each, 2 for 25 cents:
$1.25 dozen.. -
LT. S. Army folding canvas cots, SO in.
wide, 72 in. long. Seen service, but In
good condition, $2.95 each of $30 dozen.
U. S. Army rubber hip boots, prac
tically new. Excellent for storm weath
er, fishing, etc. $5.95.
U. S. Army blue denim overalls or
Jumpers, washed and repaired. Excel
lent condition. " For mechanics camps,
etc. SS cents each, $8.50 per dozen, $59
per 100..
Uv S. Army khaki breeches, lace bot
tom; suitable for general wear, hunting,
fishing, engineers, camps, etc. $1.25 pair
or $10.50 dozen pairs. '
U S. Army sheep lined coats with lmt.
moleskin collar. 38 in. long BRAND
NEW. An excellent coat at $28.00.
U. S. Army heavy leather tro.ces. 2
inches wide. Excellent condition. Pair
$4.95. .
U. S." Army McCIellan saddles VBRAND
NEW. This Is the famous McCIellan
saddle. $32.95.
Pocket Knives, Excellent present. Four
numbers, $1.50. $1.75 $1.85 and $2.25.
U. S. Army double deck steel cots.
Homes, lumber camps, convict camps,
hospitals, Y. M. C. A. etc., $9 each or
$96 dozen. -
U. S- Armv. cotton mattresses. Good
condition. Grade A $6.95; Grade B $5.95;
Grade C "$4.95. J
Brass shells, solid, souvenirs of war.
can be engraved. 95c.
U. S. Army heavy drinking cups, new.
10c each. $1 dozen.
U. S. Navy hammocks, made of 20 ox.
heaw white duck. Waterproof, - excellent
condition 40 in. wide, 70 in. long $2.95. '
WRITE FOR CATALOG Our terms:
Cash with order. Reference : Any bank
In Greenville. .Tour money back If not
satisfied. Prices F. O. B. Greenville.
Please include postage when ordering
sroods sent by parcel post. Railroad fare-
refunded both ways to customers visiting-our
store and purchasing $300 or more
within 300-mile radius.
BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO..
Greenville,' S. C.
Old People Who Are Feeble and
Children Who Are Pale and Weak
Would bo greatly benefited by. the
General Strengthening Tonic Effect of
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXtC.
It purifies and enriches the blood and
builds up the whole system. A Gen
eral Strengthening Tonic for Adults
and Children. 60c. Adv.
LOCAL MARKETS. B
Wholesale.
The quotations of the local whole
sale markets remained firm yesterday,
Produce.
Apples, per bbl., $9.75 end. .. .$10.25
Apples, per box
4.50
.06
.72
Bananas, per pound
Butter, per pound
Beans
Navy, per pound .
Lima, per pound
.11
.is :i
.05
1.50
04H
.07
.50
7.50
' .04i
.04
.45
.49
.59
8.20
.03
Beets, per pound ...
Celery, per dozen .
Cabbage, per pound
Carrots, per pound
Limes, per, 100
Lemons, per box
Onions
Yellow, per pound
Red, per pound
Chickens, per pound
Turkoys, dressed
Eggs, per dozen, .5 and
Grapes-
Tokay
Irish, per pound
Sweet, per bu. .... ............
1.45
Peaches, per crate, $2.25 and.. 2.75
Peas, per box 6-Z5
Tomatoes
Luggen
Baltimore
Corn, per "bu.
Oats, per - bu
Bran, per cwt.
Chops, per cwt.
Middlings, per cwt ..........
C!ntrnn seed meal, per cwt.....
4.25
4.E0
1.85
.92
2.40
3.10
3.30
4.00
Four per cent cotton seed meal 3.25
Seven per cent cotton seea
meal
80.00
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jg ht cniiaren na vroup,
"I have eight children and give
Foley's Honey and Tar to all of them."
writes Mrs. P. Rehkaxn p, 2404 , Herman
St., Covington Ky.i "they all were
subject to croup." It loosens and
clears piucs and phloem, stops that
strangling- eouglv makes easy breath
ing possible and ; permits o.uiet sleep.
Itv contains no opiates, and children
like it, Good feV colds, bronchial
coughs and the eoughs that linger oV
after influenza or grip, flood for
Influenia or grip. Cood -for' grown
ups as for children. Sold. everywhere.
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ONE-THIRD DOWN, BALANCE TEN MONTHLY PAYMENTS
One Ford Touring ........ . $280.00
One 7-Passenger Studebaker ........ .... . .500.00
One Dodge Touring $750.00
One Dodge Touring .... ......... ... . $650.00
One Maxwell . $450.00
One Hupmobile $175.00
One Ford Roadster (Used Two Months)
One Ford Speedster (New)
One Chandler Club Roadster
One Hudson Speedster.
All the above cars have Just been -repainted and in first class order.
We Open on Sunday. '
UWOTTE AUTO SALES CO.
L'sed Car Department, 109 South Baylen, Phone 2099
SPRING GARDEN MARKE
MIKE DROSSOS, Prop.
Phone 234 -
Corner Spring and Garden Streets
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We Sell for Less Because We Sell for Cash
FRESH WESTERN MEATS, GREEN AND FAMILY
- ' y GROCERIES
Fresh Western Meats Received Daily ; Chickens and Western
Pork and other Produce will be found in ourstore at all times
Phone 234 -We deliver your Meat and Groceries right to
your door, rain or shine. For saving money and time, give
us a trial. Phone early 234. ;
es This Interest You?
Buy Wood at Reduced Prices! '
Rough Mill Ends, wet, while
at, per load
Dry Light Wood,
per load
,.
11 Hard PineSBlocks, extra
10 for $2.25, or 20 for
Kindling,
p?r sack
StearosLumber &ExportCo.
PHONE 1313
NOTICE
I have taken of f ices with Judge E. C. Max
well, 608-9-10 Blount Building, for the gen
eral practice of law.
HARRY W. THOMPSON.
S P OR TSM AN S SUPPLY ST ORE
34 SOUTH PALAFOX ?
BICYCLES FISHING TACKLE
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