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, THE PENS ACOL A JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1920 SEVEN The JOUTIURI Read baity by CIRCULATION INCREASING The Marketplace of WestFlorida-TheWaat Ad. Columns of,... Everybody Reads JOURNAL Want Ads ftmembP t bo mur of your copy of thm 8uftday Journal. It ! rrcesry that you ordor tho paper regularly from The Journal. Phone 1600. ffrji tho Want A pages today. 30,000 People Journal DAILY AdsWork All WEEKLY The Time SUNDAY Small Cost Big Results it JOURNAL WANTS ONE CENT A WORD IN ADVANCE ONE RATE TO ALL Co wit the words In your adver tisement and multiply it by the number of times you desire it print ed and, remit accordingly. The counting of words include the words "For Sale." "Wanted." etc.. and tfce address. RATES No advertisement taken for Ie3s than 5 cents, BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS TYPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD. lj Part graphed matter, line dashes. wniie space, ciassinea display: oo per Hie. 56o per inch (12 lines make one .rack.) Regular advertisers with ledger accounts may have advertisements chared. Kill orders should be given In writin g neer over the telephone. Advertisers should give " their street ?r postoffice address as well thf'r phone number if they de sire T( suits. Few readers have a telephone and they can't communi cate with you unless they know your address. If tie advertiser desire, replies may bo sent to Journal Office. JourmJ Wan I Ads Cover West Florida.' . FOR SALE POR SALE One dining- room suite, one bed room. one kitchen outfit, two 'uj?s. 8x12 and 6x3. &U practically new. Theap for quick sale. Apply Camp Bronaon, East Pensacola Heights. 104 FOR SALE One 110. old trusty incubator in A-l condition. Phone 1342. 3t-621 FOR SALE No. S01 E. DeLeon-st., four rooms and bath. House has gas and lanitary connections. Screened and in rood repair. Garage and wood shed. 'rice $1250.00. Terms if desired. Call 1 it house after 5:30 p. m., Roy Dyke J. I 7. j a TOR SALE One Cipher, eventy--egg In cubator, practically new. Apply Mrs. L L. Slatten, Warrington. Fla. 3t-612 ?OH SALE CHEAP Gas tove,' tank. bureau, couch, sewing machine and vther .... lurniturer - 240 W. Garden-st., shone 7)7. TOH SALE One Studebaker roadster, cheap. Apply 908 E. Brainard-st. after o'clock. 7t-637 ?OR SALE Violin. $12; banjo, $8; sew ing machine, $12.00. All in first-class condition. Guaranteed. J. II. Blakealev. L6 13. Garden-st. Phone 251. 483 FOR SALE One Maxwell Roadster: one CadalHc, In good condition: one Stude Saker. 7-passenger, six-cylinder. Scrtfth rn Tire & Electric Company, Phone 71. No. 19 West Garden-st. 466 FOR SAX.E Second- "nana sewing ma chines, all makes, $3.00 up. Guaran , teed. Reynalds Music House. Phone 1717. 1225 TOR KLIM BRAND of powdered Milk. phone 1940. Mott S. Pond, Distributor, 1400 E. LaRua St., Pensacola. 169 FOR S VLE Seventeen thousand acres ninA o n I timvAea ttmVtAv ..... r(. hundred thousand pine and two hundred inousan.i cypress nes. Iw road run ning through it. Address J. P. Roberts. Branford. Fla. 5t-675 U. S. Army Goods For Sale V. S. Army Olive Drab wool blankets. yrana new, i ids., oixsi , J9.2o. f TJ. S. Army shoes, rnssett leather, brand sew, all sizes, a barsrain. S8.85. Gold Medal canvas folding cots, $2.95. XJ. S. Army Olive Drab wool shirts, grade A, $2.95; grade 15, $2.60; grade C, $1.95. L U. S. Army Khaki cotton breeches, clean and in good condition, $1.25. IT. S. Army raincoats, brand new. $12.50. TT. S. Army canvass leggins. pair, 65c Olive Drab sleeveless sweaters, brand new, each, special. ?2.4. XJ. S. Army McClellan saddles brand new, real bargain. $32.95. IT. S. Army T.hips, 8 plait, new, 95c IT. S. Army folding meat pans 25c XJ. S. Army tent 16x16x11 ft. In good condition, bargain. $39.75. XJ. S. Army shelter tents, In good con dition, each, $3.95. F.rand new refrigerators, write. Write for free catalog of U. S. Army rooda. Money back if not satisfied Term: Cash with order. Pleaa-include postage for goods sent Parcel Post. BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO. Greenville. S. C. A Beautiful Home Large, two-story dwelling1 " on East Gadsden street near 9th avenue $8,500.00 Pensacola Finance Co. Phone 337 Elbert A. Clubbs, Sales Agt FOR SALE FOR SALE Ice box, excellent condition. Phone 2357 W. before 10 a. m. 703 " ' FOR SALE One five passenger Ford car cheap for cash. In--good, conai- tion. 306 K. Romana. St. 745 FOR SALE Motor boat, 22 feet- long. , 6 foot beam. Five horse power Wal- verine engine. M. A. Sims, T12 South F St., Phone 1658. . " , FOR SALE 1919 model Ford touring car. In good condition. Walter's ltepairi Shop, 17 W. Intendencia St. 622 j . i FOR SALE iX Dodge five-passenger- touring-car. Phone 595 for informa- tion. Jack Dingwall. Bis Bayou. Bar- gain. Owner leaving city. 695 s FOR SALE A cottage at 1523 T3. Blount st.. Phono 2231. , 7t-536 FOR SALE TWO GOCD MULES. AP PLY LEWIS BEAR CO. tf-270 FOX SALE Uncalled for oult and pants. Bargains. London Woolen Mills. 166 FOR SALE Hupp, 20, only $163.00 k.iriin In .Tnll.nt rnnd 1 1 inn Runs fine. F. R. Kiedinger Auto Shop,! 133 E. Government-st, phone 800. - . St-419 FOR SALE Todd check protectograph, late model, condition as new. Room 605. Blount Bldg. 7t-654 FOR SALE Six-room cottage, newly painted and papered. Phone 2028. 7t-673 FOR SALE Ford delivery body ' with sides and top. Large restaurant or ho tel range, roll top desk, safe, counters, show cases,' small cook stove, fine rubber tire trap. I buy sell or trade anything. "Million Article Geo." 20 S. Tarragona sL . - RETAIL MERCHANTS We have on hand a large stock of shoes, overalls, workshirta and underwear at the old prices, on which we can save you money. We are closing out entire stock of above articles at cost. Come and see us. THE COMMISSARY, Pensacola Shipbuilding Company. 35 LODGE NOTICE LODGE NOTICE Regular communication of Escambia Ixxjere No. 42, F. & A. M., Thursday, April S, at 7:30 p. m. Work in the E. A. degree. Visiting brothers fraternally in vited. R. C. WHITE, Secy. J. H. BAYLESS. W. M. 701 Machinist Helpers Loage. 'Machinists Helpers Lodge Kb. 901. meets every Wednesday night in Boil ermakers hall, on corner of Palafox and Romana-sts. . J. B. Row, Pres. O. Everett. Rec See. NO. 4, t. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge No. 4 I. O. O. F., meets every Thursday, 7:30 p. m. at Raff ord , Hall., corner Baylen and Bel-mont-sta. .Visitors cordially Invited. Geo. H. Lee. N. O. - Joe S. Nlcolan. R. S. Modem Order of Praetorians. Pensacola Council. No. 1063. meets every second and fourth Monday at 8 p. m. In W. O. W. Ba!lt corner Romana and Baylen streets. All Praetorians are cordially invited. M. E. MORET. S. A. C. E. SMITH. Ree. - DAMON LODGE, NO. 13, K. of P. Damon Lodr. -i.t TrmvVita Pythias meets in regular session Tues day evenlne- at ra ati ttti at t-n o'clock. Visitors welcome. XV. C CAMPBELL. C. C. B. V. HOLLAND, K. of R. ft S. ' LODGE NOTICE. Pensacola Trades anil TW rvnnn meets every Wednesday at 7?S0 n. m at 121-2 West Zarragossa Street. IL S. KIELEY, President. J AS. N. JOLLY, Secretary. P. O. Box 22. ELECTRICAL, WORKERS. Local Union No. 327, I. B. E. W., meets every Monday at 7 p. m., at Boil ermakers' halL All visiting brothers and service men in good standing cor dially Invited. M. LONG MIRE. R. C. SHIP CARPENTERS, JOINERS AND CAULKERS. Iiocal Union No. 815, carpenters. Join era and caulkers meets Thursday night each week at 7tS9 o'clock at W. O. W. hall, corner Baylen and Romana-sts. J. E. WATSON, Pres. R. W. MURPHIVKE. Sec'y. Post Office box 650 BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY ClERK Pensacola Lodga 311. Regular meetings first and third Fri day each month. K. . of P.- Han. r? 1Z ERICKSON. G. J. QUINA. Jr. President. Recording Secretary. 7St-T LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Pensacola Lodge 1158 meets first and third Wednesday. Woodman HalL Baylen and Romana. 7:20 p. m. O. J. SEMMES. Diet. R. W. MURPHREE, Sec'y. i P. O. Box 650. LODGE NOTICE. Mechanic Lodge No. 8, f. O. O. F., Warrington. Fla.. meets every Wednes day night at 7 o'clock. Visitors cordially i invited. A. D. Danniel, N. u. Geo. A. FelL Sec MASONIC TEMPLE. Regular meeting of Florida Chapter No. 9, O. s., Tuesaay. April 6th, at 8:00 p. m. The de grees of the order will be con fered. Visiting members cor dially welcomed. Mrs. Johnnie R. Hall. XV. M. Mrs. Ella Beyer, Sec'y. - ! DANCING DANCING TAUGHT, at 70 West Sreg- ory Street. For lntormatlon. Phono 178. Tho .Lowest Prices for Quality. Clinton Tailoring Co. Custom Tailors Cleaning. Pressing and Repairing Suits Made Right Here in Pensacola We Call for and Deliver. Telephone 76i 10 E. Intendencia FOR RENT FOR RENT Apartment of 2 or 3 rooms for liht housekeeping, water in kltch- en. Will separate in room for house- keeping. 3 blocks from Palafox. Hot water. Phone 306. E. Romana tot. .FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. 1407 N. Palafox St. 700 , poR RENT Housekeeping rooms, fur- nished. Single furnished rooms for la- dies or gentlemen, with or without board, mi DeSoto St. Phone 1920. 708 - . ! - FOR RENT Twelve room house, hot and cold water. ,gas. electric lights. Convenient- to business section of town, Immediate Dossession. Apply J. P. Moore, Y. M. C. A. H FOR RENT Nicely furnished housekeeping-apartment with sleeping porch. Private entrance. All modern conven iences. 206 W. Gregory St. 800 FOR RENT Desirable rooms, reasona ble, couple or two gentlemen. 43 E. Gregory. 801 FOR RENT Three furnished rooms. 406 W. Intendencia St. 803 FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment. 310 W. Gregory. 16 FOR RENT Very desirable room at 611 North Barcelona St. Phone 1884. 717 FOR RENT Three furnished rooms. Light housekeeping. No children. 431 W. Gregory. 71S FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep ing rooms. Modern conveniences. 221 N. Barcelona, phone 1726. 94 FOR RENT Furnished room. Hot wa ter. 507 N. Hayne-st. 609 FOR RENT Two rooms for light house keeping. Modern conveniences. 903 N. Reus-st. phone 1375. 7t-E82 FOR RENT Furnished apartment, mod ern, 519 N. ; Guillemarde-st., phone 1808. 4t-576 FOR RENT Five-room atiartment. will J rent rooms separate. Apply 317 N. (Barcelona, phone 065. 7t-53 ! fuk KisrT Three large unrurnishea rooms. 1507 II Strong-st., phone 1730 664 FOR RENT Three-room furnished apart ment. Desirable location. Close in, 19 E. Gregory, phone 1127. 663 FOR RENT Two furnished or unfur nished connecting rooms, all modern conveniences. 1225 N. Tenth-ave., phone 2237. 646 FOR RENT Furnished, screened house keeping apartment, with or without one half city square for garden, or garden without rooms. Jlodern conveniences. No children. Phone 1922, 1817 N. Twelfth ave. 1 3t-626 FOR RENT Rooms furnished for light housekeeping, 900 E. Jackson-st. 3t-620 FOR RENT Furnished room Upstairs for light housekeeping. No children. 131 E. Gregory 3t-675 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for lieht housekeeping. 221 W. Chase, phone 2491. 673 FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment. 21 W. Gregory-st. S 676 FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms, $12 per month. Mrs. Williams, Warring ton. 678 FOR P.ENT Nice apartment, phone and bath. Most desirable locality on East Hill, phone 1387. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, 121 W. Chase-st. 3t-647 HELP MALE WANTED First class mechanic to keep up and operate a 5-ton Holt caterpillar tractor, if you are not a first class man don't answer as we do not want any Jackleg. Address Kan fla Dumber Co.. Holt. Fla. 628 WANTED Man with sawmiH to cut 10. 000.000 ft. loneleaf yellow pine timber on contract. Have tram road locomo tive, skidder. mules, tenant houses, com missary, planing mill, dry kiln and seven miles rail laid into timber. Call at room 15 Petteway Building. Tampa. Landeck Lumber Company. i 629 WANTED Registered pharmacist, with good experience. Must be ahustler. Addross Hamilton Russell, JPensaocla, Fla. , . 7t WANTED 250 Painters and 5,0 Paper hangers immediately Must know trades. Top wages, excel lent working cbnditions. and open shop. Write Mr. Hire, 30 Luckie-st., Atlanta, Ga. 373 WANTED AT ONCE Competent man for service at Axim, West Coast of Africa, familiar with tug boats propelled by steam and gasoline, experienced in towing in open sea. Must be strictly sober and capable of handling labor and planning work when left on own re sources. Must be capable of doing all mechanical repairing and bl&w smithing in connection with the up keep of tug and small sawmill. P. O. Box 1621 Pensacola, Fla. HELP FEMALE WANTED A woman to keep house for two and wait on old lady. Good home for right party. Must live on place, phone 1390. 3t-658 WANTED A cook. Experienced. Good wages. Ha Laiuia or phone os. tf WANTED A good cook. Wining to pay liberal salary. Apply Mrs. D. S. Oppenheimer, 503 N. Barcelona St. 715 TRANSFER-Storage BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY. PHONE 334. HAULING, PACK I NO, STORING. BORRAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICES AND WARE. HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALL KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. WANTED AUTO RADIATORS repaired ; prompt Service and by expert radiator me chanics. Give us a trial. ' and Mnrnu your radiator today to be repaired. Prices reasonable. t uouian xtaaiaior .Exchange, Dothan, Ala. 27 j WANTED To board two gentlemen with private family. 251 E. Grerorv St. 702 WANTED Co-partner In business. Have store in city, good moral character, unmarried and no encumbrance of any kind. Lady preferred. Must be of good moral character, of either country or city. Healthy, unmarried and of some means. Adress N. F., care Journal. 706 WANTED To buy Hogs to fatten. Size preferred 520 lbs. each. Call Room No. 1, San Carlos Hotel. 802 WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND FORD CARS. J. D. ANDERSON, FORD AGENCY;. CORNER WRIGHT AND PALAFOX STS. t SEWING MACHINES AND STRING Instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. IL Blakesley 1$ East Garden St. 811 WANTED A chance to show you how .o 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 WANTED Stoves and ranges repatred and made good as new by expert man. Cost you nothing to examine your stove. Phone 1442 and ask for the stove man. 3t-615 MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTSTE. Wo lend money on Reel Estae in th City on short notice. Please state is application if you have an Abstract of TItie to the property. Call and see ws. THE WATSON AGENCY, lno., 7 South Palafox St. MONEY TO LOAN: ANY AMOUNTS JUSTIFIED BY VALUE OF PROPER. TY; ON IMPROVES FARMS, OR PEN SACOLA PROPERTY. A. C. SINKLEY, ATTORNEY, ROOM 713 BLOUNT BLDG. - POSITION WANTED WANTED Morning work from 8 to noon, by experienced - bookkeeper. Address D. S., P. O. Box 1070. 3t-645 LOST AND FOUND LOST Lady's pocketbook containing about $15, government allotment check and other articles, in business section of city. Saturday evening. Return or not ify Journal for reward. 3t Over On Million Dollars Worth Including nearly five hundred Lathes Also fifty Motors , Air Compressors-, Air Receivers, Hydraulic Presses, Pumps, Accumulators, ' Pulleys, Hangers, Shafting, Miscellaneous Shop Tools and Equipment A Send for see. Continental lyJiacninjeiry Lompapy LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT City of Pensacola, Florida Board of Commissioners curbing and improving the following J streets will be received by the Board of Commissioners at the City Hall up to two o'clock p. m.. on the 19th day of April. 1920. Barcelona Street, from De Soto Street to Gonzalez Street. De Soto Street, from Barcelona Street to DeVilllers Street. Gonzalez Street, from Barcelona Street to Reus Street. Reus Street, from De Soto Street to Strong Street. Strong Street, from Barcelona Street , to Reus Street. 1 Proposals to be addressed to L. E. 1 neinoerg. uuy t;ierK. Pensacola, Florida, and endorsed "Proposals for Paving." The work contemplated consists of ap proximately seven thousand six hundred and two (7602) square yards of pavement1 ana live mousana two hundred (5200J lineal feet of curbing. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of -Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000) drawn on some bank doing business In the City of Pensacola, Florida, and made payable to the City of Pensacola, Florida, Specifications, blank form of proposal, contract and bond can be obtains from the City Engineer, Room 203, City HalL J w j w auu am uiug is re served. GEO. H. HINRICHS. Commissioner of Streets and Public Works. FRANK JARRETT. City Engineer. WESTVILLE Westville, April 5. Mrs. W. O. Dyson, and children, of Bonifay, re turned home Saturday, having visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Douglass for a few days. v F. Bullock and son Neel, of St. An drews spent Saturday night in town with relatives. . "W. P. Davis, of Madison passed through here Sunday enroute to Crest view. Frank Braxton and bride, (nee) Miss Lena Cumbie, of Pensacola, are visiting Mr. Braxton's brother north of town. Messrs. C. S. Matthews and son, Hurtis, and granddaughter, . May Vaughn, visited in Dothan Mondayl Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Matthews and baby, Dora Frances, of Madison spent the week-end, in town with relatives. Mrs. C. R. Home, with th state road department was in town Monday on business. Mrs. Radius Johns, of Chipley, was called to the bedside of her father, C. "Li. Douglass, who is very sick at this time. Miss Jean Neel returned from Fal co, Ala Thursday morning. OF FORMER GOVERNMENT OWNED MACHINE TOOLS AND EQUIP MENT FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES All must be closed out promptly, as we re quire the buildings for other purposes This Equipment was used only a few months in Shell Shops at Atlanta, Knoxville and Chattanooga, and most of it is as good as new rare opportunity to secure high-class Equipment for your plant at sacrifice prices list, or better still,' send representative with power to act DO NOT DELAY -ADDRESS TO FT Long Distance Phone, Walnut 6785 Chattanooga, Tennessee CUT THIS AD OUT FOR REFERENCE AS IT WILL APPEAR BUT ONCE HALLMARK TRANSFER COMPANY Main Office: LOBBY SAN CARLOS HOTEL, Phone 618 CRATING AND PACKING Only Fireproof Warehouse Furniture and Baggage Called for and Delivered to any Part of the City Day and Night PHONE 618 v. $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 Real Estate, Rental, Agents. 8 South i NAVAL STORES SAVANNAH. Savannah, April 5. Spirits firm at $2.33. Sales, 25; rosin, firm. Sales, 125. Receipts, spirits, 61: rosin, 23. Ship- t. ments, spirits, 1,190; rosin, 716. Stocks, spirits, 1,145; rosin, 17.575. Quotations were as follows: WW. 19.25; WG, 19.00; N, 18.40-75; M, 18.25; K, 18.00; I. 17.55; H, 17.45; G, 17.40-43; F. 17.40-45; E, 17.35-45; R, 17.35; -45; B, f.75-16.00. JACKSONVILLE. Jacksonville, April 5. Spirits firm at $2.30 with sales of 220. Rosin firm. Sales, 737. Receipts, spirits, 235; rosin, from 20"x8, up to 36"xl6'in sizes up to 100 H. P. TI FURNITURE A SPECIALTY in the City for the Storage of Household Goods Agency, Inc. Loan and Insurance Palafox Street. 744. Shipments, spirits, 200; rosin, 529. Stocks, spirits not given; rosin, not given. Quotations were as fol lows: WW, 19.25; WG. 100; N. 18.76; M. 18.50; K, 18.00; I, 17.50; H, G, F, K. D, 17.45; B. 15.60. PENSACOLA. No report. 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.