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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSUAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1920
NINE The ' Peiiisacola Jourinial Journal Ads. Work All The Time 30,000 People DAILY WEEKLY SUNDAY Snail Cost Big Results CIRCULATION INCREASING Remember, to be suru of your copy of the Sunday Journal. It is necessary that you order the paper rerjuiarly from The Journal. Phone 1500. Rer.d the Want Ad pages today. The Marketplace of West Florida-The Want Ad. Columns of. ,. Everybody Reads journal; , Want Ads 1 1 f 1 it t ft JOURNAL WANTS ONI! CENT A WORD IN :xm ADVANCE ONE RATE TO ALL Count the words In your adver tisement and multiply It by the numter of times you desire It print ed and, remit accordingly. Ttuj counting of words Include the words "For Sale." "Wanted." etc.. and tile address. J.i J RATES Ano advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, BLACK FACE C.VS, LIKE THIS TYPiL TWO CENTS PERWOKD. Paragraphed matter, lfne dashes. whiti space, classified display: 60 jjpr I ne. 56o per Inch (12 lines make one Jncto.) Rerrular advertisers with ledger accounts may have adTertlsements char; ed. Kill orders should be given In wrltlag. never over the telephone. Adfertlsers should give their rtroet ft postofflce address as well s tbelr phone number If they de sire results. Few readers have a telephone and they can't communi cate with you unlets they know your eddrees. If the advertiser desires, replies may be sent to Journal Office. Journal Want Ads. Cover West Florida, FOR SALE FOR 8 ALE Reed fcaby carriage. $5.00; ' child's hard wood wagon, 2 by 36 Inches, with seat. 8"W Cor. Tenth-ave and Ja 3kson-st. lt-E&Q FOH SA.LE Phone 873 for Easter Mies, bridal bouquets, cut flowers and de signs. lt-552 FOR BALE Flemish giant rabbit doe, with seven young- ones. Phone 1811, 301 3. LaRua-st. 4t-E63 JKOR -AXJ3 CHEAP Oas etove, tank, bureau, oouch, sewing- machine and other furniture. 240 W. Garden-st., lhone 707. FOR SALE White Leg-horn. Rhode Is land Red, Plymouth Rock eggs, $1.00 for 12. Phone 1476. Jt-640 FOR RALE One , Btudebaker roadster, cheap. Apply BOS E. Bralnard-st. after 3 00101. 7t-637 PLACE orders now for day old chicks, hatch Friday, will sell at once, none held over. Mixed breeds, 20 cents each, I-ure breeds, $3.00 a doz. Phone 1G51. 623 FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING CARS ON EASY TERMSl WE GUARANTEE THESE CARS TO BE IN A-1 CON. DITION. ONE FORD, FIVE.PAS8EN. GER, S350. ONE DODGE TOURING CAR, 1500. ONE LIGHT SIX BUICK, $750. ONE HAYNES CLOVER LEAF, $1,000. ONE 8TUDEBAKER, FIVE-PASSENGER, BARGAIN, $475, NEWLY PAINTED. APPLY PENSACOLA BUICK CO. 7t FOR SALE Violin. $12; banjo. It; new lnR machine, $12.00. All In first-class condition. Guaranteed. J. H. Blakesley, 16 E. Garden-st. Phone 201. 4S3 FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING USED FORtJ CARSl 2 TON TRUCKS, TON TRUCK, 4 TOURING CARS. ALL IN GOOD CONDITION. J. D. ANDER SON, CORNER WRIGHT AND PALA FOX. PHONE 1914. 469 FOR SALE One Maxwell Roadster; one Cada tao. In rood condition; one Btude baker. 7-passenKer, six-cylinder, north ern Tire Electric Company. Phone 671. No. 19 West Garden-st. 488 FOR HALE Four-room house, twelve lots; lights and water Just out side city limits. Corner 8 and Gadden-etn. Par pain If sold la ten days. C. J. Richard son. 7t-40fl FOR BALE Second hana sewing ma v chines, all makes, $5.00 up. Guaran teed. lleynaMa Muslo House. Phone 1717. 1235 FOR SALE HELP FEMALE FOR SALE A cottage at 1323 E. Blount- at.. Phone zzsi. FOR SALE Mule, wagon, harness and brood sow. All In srood condition, cheap. Flomaton road, one mile north of FiS City. Enquire of Schmidts. 2t-534 FOR KLIM BRAND of powdered Milk, phonn 1949. Mott S. Pond. Distributor, ) 1400 B. LaRua St.. Pensacola. 169 RETAIL MERCHANTS W have on hand a large stock of shoes, overalls, workshlrts and underwear at the old Xrlces, on which we can save you money. We are closing- out entire stock of above articles at cost. Come and aee us. THE COMMISSARY, Fensaoola Shipbuilding Company. 835 Cabbage and Porto Rico Potato Plants. One thousand $3.60. five thousand $11.25. ten thousand $30.00. Plants ready now. Send your order at once. Satis faction guaranteed. J. 1 White. Talla hassee, Fla. 309 FOR SALE One brand new Ford camp ing- outtlt, includes one ism, two mining- cots, cheap for cash. Phone .1811. 609 FOR SALE One up-rlgrht piano. Cheap, terms. Phone 2378. 217 W. Garden. 506 FOR SALE One young horse and float. Apply at the uraymens ticnange, cor ner Zarragossa and Palafox. 3t-520 FOR SALE Six-room house. B20 E. Zar-ragossa-st. Bargain. Apply within. t-518 FOR SALE Live Easter rabbits for the irMriioa K.w Zealand Red Youngsters. 16 W. Gregory-st. Phone 19S8. 2t-615 FOR SALE Easter flowers, Ullles, car nations and roses; advance orders taken. Phone 1129. 451 FOR SALE TWO GOOD MULES. AP PLY LEWIS BEAR CO. tf-270 FOR SALE Uncalled for elts and pants. Bargains. London Woolen Mills. 16 S FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished apartment with piano. Apply 1202 K. Gadsden-st. 4t-548 FOR RENT Furnished four-room apart ment with sleeping porch. 503 E. Jack-son-st. lt-5o6 FOR RENT One furnished room and unfurnished kitchenette for light house keeping. 320 N. Uarcelona-st. 503 FOR RENT One or two rooms for light housekeeping. Close In. Hot . btuh, gaa ranges, 3o6 E. Romana. 6o7 FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. Close in. Phone 2392. 658 FOR RENT One large room furnished for housekeeping, connecting bath. 310 W. Gregory. 59 FOR RENT Two suits, unfurnished rooms. 409 W. Garden. 661 FOR RENT Three furnished room apartment. Front and back galleries, on E.H8i.4iiU car line. Apvly 1507 E. Mo-rtoi.o-st. 3t-630 FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment. 214 W. Gregory-st. 6t-63 FOR RENT Furnished four-room apart ment with sleeping porch. 503 E. Jac-son-st. lt-539 FOR RENT Very desirable house keep ing apartment. Bedroom, dining room and kitchen. All modern conveniences. Apply 206 W. Gregory-Bt. - 629 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Everything furnished, $3.50 a week. 1506 E. LaRua-st. 511 FOR RENT House of 4 rooms, bath and lights. 1501 West Jackson-st. Apply 1500 W. LaRua-st. 60S FOR RENT Large nicely furnished room In private home. Suitable for one or two persons. 115 N. Baylen-st. 3t-516 FOR RENT Furnished room, connect ing bath, on car line. 236 E. Gregory st. 3t-614 FOR RENT Two house keeping rooms; hot and cold water, private family. Corner Palafox and Gregory, 7 W. Gregory-st. 3t-507 FOR RENT Nice apartment, most de sirable location, phone and bath. Phone 1387. FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms. 810 E. Gadsden-st. Phone 1516. 5t FOR RENT NORTH HILL APART MENTS. 1000 N. PALAFOX. PHONE 2354. EVERYTHING COMPLETE FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. PRIVATE BATH WITH HOT WATER, KITCHEN ETTE, COMPLETELY FURNISHED. NEW AND MODERN. 498 FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep ing rooms. 114 W. Chase-st. 3t-257 FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms. 1407 N. Palafox-at. , 493 FOR RENT Large furnished room; ad joining bath. 16 W. Gregory-st. Phone 1988. - St EE5331 A Beautiful Home : Large, two-story-dwelling on East Gadsden street near 9th avenue $8,500.00 Pensacola Finance Co. Phone 337 Elbert A. Clubbs, Sale3 Agt. FOR RENT Furnished room. 605 N. Davis-sL 7t-448 MISCELLANEOUS Atlantic Hotel. Bay and Hogan Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. All railroad ticket office in building center of everything. All modern Im provements. First class In every way. Rates one person $1.50 to $2.00 two per sona $2 60 to $3.0. Bath $2.00 two people $3.00. E. Frank Pearce. prop. TRANSFER Storage BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. PHONE 334. HAULING. PACKING STORING. BORRAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICES AND WARE HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. A LI. KINDS OF HAULING. YdUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We lend money on Reel Estao in the City on short not1ve. Please state In application If you have an Abstract of VlUe to the property. Call and ae ta THE WATSON AGENCY", ln&. 7 South Palafox St. MONEY TO LOAN; ANY AMOUNTS JUSTIFIED BY VALUE OF PROPER TY: ON IMPROVES FARMS, OR PEN SACOLA PROPERTY. A. C. BINKLEY, ATTORNEY, ROOM 713 BLOUNT BLDG. 442 Chamberlain Cough Remedy. The great benefit derived from the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been gratefully acknowledged by many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakeney, Decatur, 111., writes :. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is by far the best medicine for colds and coughs we have ever used in our family. -I gave it to my children when small for croup and have taken it myself." WANTED White woman. References. Middle aged. 1326 East Jackson. Phone 1681. 628 WANTED An all round white woiran that understands short order cooking. Apply Mecco Cafe. Cor. Palafox and Zarragoesa-sts. 2t-549 HELP MALE PLASTERERS VA N D BRICKLAYERS $1.00 to $1.25 paid first-class mechanics. Strictly open shop conditions. No strike. Steady employment In Miami, Florida. Write for information. P. O. Box 1177, Miami, Florida. 627 WANTED Office boy at ' once. Apply Southern Cotton OH Co. Phone 6io. 2t-555 POSITION WANTED A LADY desires position office work. Can use typewriter and general omce work. Best of references. Address J. E. O.. Journal Office. 666 POSITION WANTED By competent young lady, very apt, one who is willing to accept any honorabte employment. Address R. Y.. Journal Office. 665 SITUATION WANTED By an experi enced lady cashier who is seeking per manent px.ltion, best of references. Ad dress 1614. Journal Office. 664 POSITION WANTED Young man sten ographer and general clerical worker with knowledge of bookkeeping. Ad dress, L. A. 1.. care Journal. 3t-531 POSITION WANTED A reliable resident bookkeeper wants months end work. Terms moderate. Can give whole days. Address P. O. Box 841. 3t-524 LOST AND FOUND LOST Gold cuff button, engraved "C. J. C." Return to Central Fire Station, S. Sprlng-st. LOST One pair tortoise shell glasses be tween Romana and Gregory on Pala- fox-st. Reward. Fisher Rental Agency. . 3t-533 LOST A YALE BICYCLE WITH DENT IN FRAME. RETURN TO PENSA COLA JOURNAL AND RECEIVE REWARD. LOST OR STOLEN One blue coat sweater with large orange "F" and three orange stripes on left sleeve. Re turn to Journal. Reward $5. tf LODGE NOTICE MASONIC TEMPLE. Special communication of Omar Txirtsrw of Perfection No. 8, A. & A. of S. R.. Thursday April 1. at 7:30 p. m. Sojourn ing Brothers fratemallv Invited. . ., - LOUTS CRTJICKSHANK. V. M. R. BUSHNELL. Sec'v. Machinist Helpers Loage. Machinists Helpers. Lodge No. 901. meets every Wednesday night In Boil ermakers' hall, on corner of Palafox and Romana-ats. J. E. Row, Pres. O. Everett. Itec Sec No. 4, t. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge No. 4 I. O. O. F., meets every Thursday, 7:30 p. m. at Rafford Hall, corner Baylen and Bel-mont-sts. Visitors cordially Invited. Geo. H. Lee, N. G. Joe S. Nlcolan, R, S. Modern Order of Praetorians. Pensacola Council, No. 1063. meets every second and fourth Monday at 8 p. m. in W. O. W. Hall, corner Romana and Baylen streets. All Praetorians are cordially Invited. M. E. MORET. S. A. C. E. SMITH. Rec. DAMON LODGE, NO. 13, K. of P. Damon Lodge. No. IS. Knfahts of Pythias meets in regular session Tues day evening at Castle Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors welcome. W. C. CAMPBELL. C. C. B. V. HOLLAND, K. of R. & S. LODGE NOTICE. Pensacola Trades and Tjihnr rnnnn meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. at 12 1-3 West Zarrarossa Street. H. S. KIELEY. President. JAS. N. JOLLY, Secretary. P. O. Box it. ELECTRICAL WORKERS. Local Union No. 327. L B. E. W meets every Monday at 7 p. m.. at Boil ermakers' hall. AH visiting brothers and service men in good standing cor dially Invited. M. LONGMIRE. R. C. SHIP CARPENTERS, JOINERS AND CAULKERS. Local Union No. 815, carpenters, Join ers and caulkers meets Thursday night each week at 7:30 o'clock at W. O. W. halL corner Baylen and Romana-sts. J. E. WATSON, Pres. R. W. MURPHR-EE, Sec'y. Post Office box 650 BROTHERHOOD OP RAILWAY ClERK Pensacola Lodse 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each month. K. of P. Hall. C. E. ERICKSON. G. J. QUTNA, Jr. President. Recording Secretary. 7tt LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Pensacola Lodge 1158 meets first and third Wednesday. Woodman Hall, Baylen and Romana, 7:30 p. m. O. J. SEMMES, Diet. R. W. MURPHP.EE, Sec'y. P. O. Box 650. LODGE NOTICE. Mechanics Lodge No. 8, I. O. O. F., Warrington, Fla.. meets every Wednes day night at 7 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited. '"-A. D. DannieL N. G. Geo. A. Fell. "Sec Are You Happy? To be happy you must be welL If you are frequently troubled with, con stipation and indigestion you cannot be altogether happy. Take Chamber lain's Tablets to correct these disor- Iders. They are prompt and effectual, J easy and pleasant to take. Adv. WANTED WANTED The party who took a par cel by mistake near tne f. u. money order window will kindly return same and receive their's in exchange. Apply 600 E. Wright-st. lt-551 WANTED A four or five-room furnished or unfurnished residence. Address. Cooper, Care JournaL 2t-535 WANTED 10 acres or less, improved. near scnooi, good nome more desired than anything else; preferably near Gulf: payments. J. E.Chrisman, Albion, Iowa. 525 WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND FORD CARS. J. D. ANDERSON, FORD AGENCY., CORNER WRIGHT AND PALAFOX STS. ft SEWING MACHINES AND STRING instruments repaired. I'none 251. J. H. Blakesley 16 East Garden St. 811 DO NOT THROW AWAY YOUR OLD SHOES We pay you cash, or trade them with you for new ones or fix them for you first class. Phone 969 and we will call on you immediately. Work delivered in all parts of city, uuir city Shoe Shop, 231 N. Tarragonna (Railroad) St. 7t-427 HAVE YOU ANY CLOTHING that you don't want to use, any quality, mens, ladies, children. Don't throw it out. We pay you cash. Phone 969 and we call on you immediately. ?t-426 WANTED A chance to show you how to save half on your automobile in surance and give equal protection in a good strong company. Gulf Insurance Agency, John N. Day, Mgr., 400 Thiesen Building. Telephone 172. tf DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at 806 West Greg ory Street. For Information. Phone 178. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS All water bills are due April 1, 1920, payable at the office of the Water Department, City Hall. A discount of 5 per cent, al lowed on all bills paid on or be fore the 10th day of April. AH consumers that have not paid their water bills before May 1st, are subject to have water service discontinued with out further notice, and a penal ty of $1.00 charged for turning on again. PENSACOLA WATER WORKS In the Circuit Court of Escambia County, Florida, The Barkdull Land Company, a corpora tion, vs. John Humphrey. To John Humphrey, 'defendant, and all other persons interested: You are hereby notified of the Institu tion of the above named suit bv attach ment in the above named court, and that tne property of the said John Humthrev. defendant, has been levied upon under ana Dy virtue or the writ of attachment issued in said cause, and you are herebv required to appear to said action on Mon day, the 7th day of June, A. D. 1920. witness my hand and the seal of said court this 24th day of March, A. D. 1920. JAS. J1ACUIBBONS, Clerk of Circuit Court. E. D. BEGGS, Attorney for Plaintiff. liy M. I BELL. D. C. In the Court of Record, Escambia county, state of Florida. Pensacola Shipbuilding Company, a cor poration, vs. j. u. snepnerd. It IR nrrirrt that th. rl.fAn1an T T1 Shepherd, and all other persons interested be and they are required to appear to the suit commenced by garnishment in the above styled and entitled cause, on the rule day in June, 1920, and unless thev So anMflr nn nr Yin-fmm aft J Judgment bv default win k - w " . against them. This order to be published once a week for two months in Pensacola Journal, a newsoaner tiiiHHbVia In ronnAtn tt- cambia County, Florida. March! 1920. raePea tWS ? Uth day of , W. P. RICE. Clerk. Court of Record, Escambia County, (SEAL) DeDUtv Clerk Notice Is hprphv cfven thol 4 u j signed intend to file their petition be fore the Honorable A. G. Campbell, Judge Of the Circuit rViurt i T,.:' . - . w uuitidi 1 1 cult of the State of Florida, for Escam- Dia county, on tne letii day of April A. D., 1920, asking for an order authoriz ing mo aaopnon Dy mem or Cecil Een nett Canady, a minor male child. . u. C BENNETT. Mar. 18, 1920. oaw4w. , In the Court of Record of Escambia County, State of Florida. Mary Ellen Orklns, complainant, vs James a. irKins. aeienaant. On Monday. he 3rd dav of. Ma A n 1920. the defendant, James A. Orklns is required to appear to the bill filed against him herein. This order to be published once each week for four (4) consecutive wti in The Pensacola Journal a newspaper published iti said Escambia County. V. f. RICE. Clerk of the Court of Record. March 30th. A. D. 1920. By A. L. TI DWELL, D. C. MARKET REPORTS ! New Orleans, March 31. Cotton fu tures opened steady. April -. 38.92 May 38.42 July ' 35.86 September 33.23 October 32.73 December 31.97 January 31.27 New Orleans, March 31. The cotton market closed firm at net advance of 80 to 114 points. May , 39.07 July 36.58 October 33.55 December 32.84 January 32.14 New York. March 31. Cotton futures opened firm May 39.00 July .. 36.25 October 32.80 December ,s. 32.02 January 81.45 to 33.50. New York, March 31. The cotton market closed firm. May 39.75 July 36.93 October 33.75 December i..... '83.03 January ; 32.50 New York, March 31. The cotton seed oil market closed steady. Spot 18.50 April 18.50 May 19.40 June . 19.50 July ....1 19.75 August 19.75 September 19.50 October 18.25 November 16.00 Salea 14,000. New Orleans, March 31. Spot cotton steady, 50 points higher. Sales on the spot, 1,006 bales; to arrive, 546 bales. Low middling 32.75 Middling 41.00 Good middling 44.00 Receipts, 11,696; stocks, 386,546 bales. New York. March 31. Private re ports of rains in the eastern belt led to more active buying in the cotton market during today's early session. The Liverpool oables were without special feature but Liverpool and do mestic, trade Interests were good buy ers here and the opening was firm at an advance of 12 to 32 points. This led to active covering and prices soon sold up to 38.37 for May and 33.05 for October making net advances of 47 to 60 points and new high records for the season on these positions. The south was among the leading buyers pre sumably on the rains and the early market was more active than at any time previously this week. The advance extended to 29.55 for May and 33.27 for October, with ac tive months showing net advance of about 60 to 80 points during the mid dle of the morning. Nervousness over the possibility of legislation creating a new form contract probably stimu lated the demand from shorts but busi ness became less active toward midday and there were reactions of several points under realizing. The first weekly report of the season issued by the Weather Bureau was rather less unfavorable than expected but said cotton was germinating poorly in Texas. Late forenoon reactions were fol lowed by another buying movement which carried new crop months into new high ground with October selling at 33.47 or 82 points net higher, while old crop positions rallied to about the early high point. There was continued realizing however and midafternoon fluctuations were somewhat irregular. New Orleans, March 31. Advances of about three dollars a bale were scored by cotton in the early trading today, a heavy buying movement re sulting from an unfavorable opinion of the rains in the eastern belt and the high water In the Mississippi val ley, both of which were accepted as factors making for delayed planting. In the first hour of business- prices rose 57 to 63 points. May touching 39.90 and October 33.01. Toward noon the active months were higher than ever, showing gains of 63 to 75 points. October traded to 33.19. In the last part of the session the market turned active and became very firm with the new crop months bulging strongly on expectations of a wet weather map In the morning. Toward the close prices of the active months were 73 to 108 points over the finals of yesterday, with the new crop much stronger than the old. October rose $3250 Desirable Bungalow For Sale 3250 A very attractive 5-room Bungalow; modern throughout, with large lot is offered for a very limited time at a mod erate price, and on easy terms. Just completed. Conveni ent to Ship Yard, and near paved boulevard. Inspection Invited Phone 54 The Watson Agency, Inc. Real Estate, Rental, Loan and Insurance Agents. 8 South Palafox Street. Liverpool, March 31. Cot tori spot quiet; prices lower. Good middling 29.63 Fully middling 28.63 Middling 27.63 Low middling 24.33 Good ordinary 21.13 Ordinary 20.13 Sales 4,000 bales, including 2,900 American. - Receipts 24,000 bales, including 23,r 900 American. Futures closed steady. April 23.57 May .' 25.38 July i 24.51 October 22.76 December 21.S1 January 21.60 March 21.27 Official -closing: March, 26.13 value. Are foil g m Jbnjoyin Benefits of Electricity? If not now is tHe time to have your home wired for Electric Service. No matter How long ago your resi dence may have been built, It will pay you to wire for Electricity Electricity brings first of all modern lighting, available at the press of a button, diffused from fixtures that will improve the appearance of your home. ' Electricity also makes available to you a score or more of modern, labor and time-saving appli ances that have revolutionized housework. Phone 2010 Pensacola E ectric C, 34 EAST GARDEN STREET ORSE SENSE in horse feeding. It is shrewd common tense to feed n horse balar.ad feed, which will develop every part of its body. Analysis of Parina O-MoUnm Fd Low that it contains in proper proportion all the elements for muscle. llooL heir and hide m&kine. as well Urse percentage Of Hitrogen free extract, which supplies best and energy. There is so 1 5 to 18 per, cent waste ia feeding the whole oats, due to swell owing whole. Partita O-MoUnm Feed is highly & gettibU. Purine r i tm m i r. rvLj t . r i i j ii i i t i i r P IV m lift ' 9km - II II .Ti . If 17 . Ill II fepr- $m 31 CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. - Distributors.