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TUESDAY MORNIN G, JAM A R Y 18, 1921. SEVEN II I II II TIL Jl he M The Cost is But a Trifle and JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance One Rate to All Count the words in your ad vertisement and multiply by the number of tfmes you desire it printed, remit accordingly. In counting words include 'To Let," "For Sale," "Wanted.- etc., as well ag addresses. HATES. No advertisement taken for lens than 25 cents. BLACK FACE CAPS, LIKE THIS, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter. Hoe dishes, white apace classified display: 6o per line. 56o per Inch (12 lines make sn inch.) Regular advertisers with led ger accounts may have classified ads charged. Cancel orders should be given In writing, never over the phone. Advertisers should give their home or postoflce address as well as their phone numbers, because many readers have no telephones. If the advertiser so desires, re plies can be sent to The Journal. FOR SALE FOU SALE v VOl 6AI.E40 acres unimproved land Four miles west of city. A. E. Rico, Piano Polisher, M E. Strong St. Phone 538. 1 Perkins Phonograph, worth $75.00, for $35.00 1 Converto Fourth, worth $G0.00, for ...A $40.00 1 Victrola Fourth, worth $25.00, for : $14.00 1 Victrola Sixth, worth $35.00, for v.$18.00 The above are second hand but are in good condition. REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE FOR SALE At a barKain, one coiner grocery atore, with meat market and dwelling hou.se, doing goou buHiness; rt-a-on for nulling, it-avlng city. For informa tion call Fisher Bids-, upstairs, room 5. FOU SALE Drop head Wheeler and WilHon sewing machine. Phone 1872. 64 N. innelnon. FOR SALK One double iron bedstead, springs and cotton mattress. tt.00. worth double. I'lione Gibson, 2045. FOR SALE My home at Brent. For de scription and particulars call at Hays Motor Car Co., 17 N. palafox. T. K Westmark. FOR HALE Fine 64 F.KSC Incubator, Just the thing for day old chick buai n. Reason fr selling, conflicts with other duties. Phone 16il. FOR SALE One Saxon Roadster. Apply 30 V.. Urdn. UAnV CHICKS 13 1-2 rents each. Safe delivery guaranteed in V. S. Several Vtnttx. Information frew. National Chick Co. 723 New York Life 15klg.. Kansas City. Mo. Ml FOR fAIJO Stulebker csr .bargain. Arplr Krmmer & If eiffer Oarage. 'UUVAOE unrt Bermuda Onion Flants. :.(K thcusani: live inouunn or nvrr, prr thousand. I'lants reaay w. t!factkn guaranteed. iXwUH. Tsllahassee. Fla. r-Flne blocks, pplit wood. Mlverv. rain or snine. i n na OR CRATE WOOD in anr T. S. Kennedy. none is A-l condition. Phone FOR SALE Five rooftn house. Price rea sonable. Address .M.S J . care Jom lal. K FOR SALE WOOD IN TRO'CWJ-DADS ONLY, PI NE,- $16.00 PER LOAD. CTA.K, n oca i nin .1. n r A VIDRO is"- i.i.aaumTnM rl A r yon SALE Pry stove wood, ask for Uennie. I'hone 612. FOR SALE Dry rough mill wood, $1.50 per load delivered, c. II. Walker Lum ber Co.. Lee and Tarragona. Phonei 1313. FOR SATJC Dry pine wood. $3.00 per load delivered. C. II. Walker Lumber Co.. Lee and Tarragona St., Phone 1813. FOR RALE. TRADE! OR RENT Well Improved farm. 116 'acres, near Pensa cola. A. C. Hlnkley 713 Hlount Bldg. FOR SALE One Rex typewriter inr rood condition. Price reasonable. Apply Journal office. FOR SALE Cabbage plants. Leading varieties. $1.15. 0O: $2.00. 1.000. $1.60 rer thousand. 6.000 lots. Coden Nurser l a, Coden. Ala. 987 TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARE HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALU KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. White Transfer Co. Phone I960 Business Appreciated I.Ighlwood Furnished Promptly TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE Phone 710 IORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY The Parlor Market "Ron. of All Thai's Purw FRESH WESTERN MEATS Poullry, Eggs and fJreen CroeeriM v FOR sXj UZL . vnrt fTOVl auantltv rail. 1X)U SALE ForO. 130. I Mil I I II I l I I" I I l II i ! arket Place of West READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE 'OR -KENT FORRENT 22-room house on West Garden Street; two baths, gas and electric lights; screened and in first class condition. Apply the Wat son Agency, Inc., 8 So. Palafox, St. Phone 54. FOU RENT Light housekeeping apart ment. 1509 E. Jackson st. Phone 1812. FOR RENT Room. 203 W. Gregory. FOR RENT Neatly furnished sleeping room. 10 West Zarragossa, upstairs. run. ivr.-x i tm sieepinjj room, a.uu per week, $ 10.00 per month. 15 North 1 Reus street. j FOR RENT OnQ or two rooms, furnish ed complete for housekeeping, or sep arate. Electric lights, hot bath, one block from Palafox; also garage 114 ii. Gregory St. Phone 1941. FOR RENT A furnished sleeping room. Modern 108 N. Barcelona. FOR RENT Four large roams, hall, bath upstairs, jtara.se conveniences. , Lake View Cottage, Big- Bayou. FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for i housekeeping, gas stove, bath and j electric lights, on East Hill car line. ijiione iui, laos lotn-ave. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, on car line. Fhone 1518. 1107 E. Jackson. FOR RENT One room and kitchenette. furnished for light housekeeping. 916 E. Jockaon. I'hone 1302. FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 ROOMS AND SLEEPING PORCH, PRIVATE BATH, OAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT. 310 WEST WRIGHT. PHONE 2219. FOR RENT Nicely furnished- house keeping: apartment, modern conven iencos. 296 W. Oregon". FOR RENT Furnished room for gen tlemen. ZW N. Strong-st. Phone 729. FOR REXT Three furnished rooms. Private. 619 N. Gulllemarde. Fhone 1806. FOR RENT North Hill, two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern conveniences. 1120 N. Palafox-st. Phone 167. FOR RENT Room adjoining bath. 214 W. Gregory. FIRST CLASS BOARD, with or without rooms. Apply 213 E. Gregory. FOR RENT 4 or 5 room unfurnished apartment; immediate possession. 23 East Strong St.- FOR RENT Two room house for light housekeeping; gas stove and electric lights. Phone 1614. LOST AND FOUND LOST Tuesday afternoon hftneen Cen tral Pharmacy ami; Hughoy's Restau rant or Balkcom's Drum STore, a rjJ note book. Will pay for return of 6ime to Dr. Andrews, Room 317, Brent Bids. LOST rart of a blue silk dress, near Lee Square. Finder please phone 1714. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Tensacola. Fla., January 10, 1921. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the South ern States Lumber Company will be held at it office In the City of Fensacola on the 9th day of February; A. I)., 1921. at eleven o'clock A. M. (Signed) F. F. BINGHAM. Secertary. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON RAL ESTATE. VTs lend money or. ilea, ej.ai. In the city en short ntk-e. please state In r plication If you hars an Abstract ct Title to the property. Call and see us THE WATSOS AOENCT, InOt. 7 South Falaox 8L FREE For the Hauling. Filling in material. Dirt mixed with Cotton. Phone 853 CENTRAL PHARMACY orris Exquisite Candies. Best Ifpt Chocolate in the City, phones 177178. TbLk m nvcTMicla Tahlet j - JT-T f 25c Box. 5 THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY T.' E. WILLIAMS & CO. Mew and need parts for almost any make of car. Bead old parts to be duplicated. Autora-bile Wreckinj: Co rv Bfl CHEBL AVE FISH MARKET Phone 297 2tS the Results are Unequaled FISHER-BROWN WRITE BOILER INSURANCE 918 PHONES 919 3853809035 WANTED Agents for THe Pensacola Journal in towns between Pensacola and Tallahassee. For particulars write Circulation Manager, Pensacola Journal. " HELP MALE WANTED Young- active man of good - address with some experience In hand ling general insurance business. Address "K," care of Journal. tf WANTED 100 TIE CHOPPERS. WE HAVE GOOD TIMBER, GOOD CAMPS AND PAY STANDARD WAGES. LONG TIME JOB. COME PREPARED TO WORK. (Signed) KANFLA LUMBER CO., HOLT, FLA. HELP FEMALE WANTED An erperlenced stenographer. Address P. O. Box 1076. WANTED Lady operator to run beauty parlor. Must know massaging, sham pooing waving, manicuring and latest hair dressing. Good salary to right per son. Apply Engel's Inc.. 14 N. Palafox St.. - POSITION WsVNTEB TRAINED NURSE ARMANDA ..DREWRY, 809 W. BELMONT-ST. DRESSMAKING Afternoon dren's dresses. Phone 2045. and chll- LODGE NOTICES MASONIC TEMPLE. Special communication of Es f cambla Lodge No. 15, F. A A. M., V. Tuesday, Jan. 18. at 2:30 p. m. V jf for the purpose of attending the tgft funeral of our late brother, T. S. Caro. Visiting brothers frater nally invited. M. FISHER, W. M. F. D. RICHARDS. Secy. MASONIC TEMPLE. Regular meeting of Florida Chapter, No. 9, O. E. S.. Tuesday, Jan. 18th, at 8. p. m. The degrees of the order will be conferred. Visiting members cordially welcomed Mrs. Nita Osbern Penn, W. M. Miss Donna Jones, Secy. AGENTS A DIRECT FACTORY REPRESENTA TIVE, WITH AUTOMOBILE, WANT ED TO HANDLE OUR WELL KNOWN AUTOMOBILE PRODUCTS. EXCLU. SIVE TERRITORY AND EXCEPTION. AL OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE MAN. REFERENCES REQUIRED AND GIV EN. WRITE FULLY, STATING EX. PERIENCC THE MORGAN MANU FACTURING COMPANY, INC., KEENE, N. H. SALESMEN INSURANCE SALESMEN Old line life insurance Co. can use five salesmen who can specialise new policies. Liberal commission. General Security and Agen cy Co.. Finance Bldg., Philadelphia. Pa. will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe quicker than anything we know, preventing pneumonia If HUNTS Salve Call In the treatment ef ITCH, BCZBMA. RINGWORM. TETTER e Ttr a 93 cant, boa at our risk. Crystal Pharmacy. STOP ITCHING. ECZEMA Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo Will Help You, Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can stop burning, itching eczema quickly by applying Zemo, furnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo is applied. In a short time usually every trace of eczema, tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and similar skin diseases will be removed. For clearing the skin and making it vigorously healthy, always use Zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a greasy salve and it does not stain. When others fail it is the one dependable treatment for skin troubles of all kinds. The . W. Rose Co- Cleveland. O. rdsmmWMfnrrrwmssj, jjv.vwjrsm lorid WANTED WANTED DISCUSS BUSINESS PROP. OSITION WITH PARTIES WITH SOME CAPITAL. ADDRESS "PROPO SITION," P. O. BOX 1152, SAVANNAH, GA. . CLERKS (Men. women) over 17. for Postal Mall Service. $130 month. Ex perience unnecessary. For free partic ulars, write J. Leonard (former Civil Service Examiner) 951 Equitable Bldg., Washington D. C. WANTED To Interest some responsible party in ideal xroposltion for married couple. Small bungalow, centrolly lo cated, neatly and completely furnished. Ready for immediate occupancy. Phone 783. Hours 7-11 a. m.; 12-3 p. m. WANTED To buy one horse wagon aid harness. John KnieV Watson, Parker & Reese Co., office. 3O,000 WANTED Security first mort gage on 10,000 acres Florida land, worth $200,000. Will pay 8 Per cent interest and 5 per cent brokerage. Box 595, Birming ham, Ala. WANTED A partner with at least $1,000.03 to enter business in Pensacol.i. 50 per cent. profit. No gamble.. Address Wood Products, care Journal. WANTED To trade Oldsmobile fof lighter car or improved real estate. Phone 130. WANTED PENSACOLA JOURNAL ..DATED DECEMBER 18, 1920, SEND OR BRING TO JOURNAL OFFICE. SEWING. MACHTWES. Altp. STRING instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesley. 16 East Garden St. 811 WANTED Stoves repaired of all kinds. By S. R. Likes, Phone 1332, 829 B. DsLeon St. Port of Pensacola ARRIVED. Flag1. Net. Name From (Am.) 4,5i4 Win. A. McKen- ney Mejlllonea VESSELS IN PORT Flag. Net. Name. From (Am.) 3,844 Hartford Mobile (Spn) 1,802 Inocecio Fijfaredo ........ Tampa Flap. Net. Name. From (Am.) 3.864 City of eatherford, New (Am.) 3,864 Hastings .. New (Am.) 3,300 Bayou Chico New (Am.) 3.844 Hartford Mobile (Am.) 3,40V Carlton ...New Orleans (Am.) 2,639 Laurel Mobile (Hon) 825 Toro New Orleans (Spn) 1,802 Inocecio Fiffaredo Tf. npa (Ital.) 1,235 Rosa M. ... Barbadoes (Nor) 819 Mabel Brown ..... Barbadoes (Nor) 847 Washing-ton, Barbadoes (Br.) 649 Celeste D. ... Havana (Am.) 627 Santa Rosa .. Havana (Am.) 1.040 -Willis A. Holden Havana (Am.) 727 Baifdad ....... Manati (Am.) 1,159 Chas. IT. McDowell . . . Matanzaa (Am.) 205 Henry. H. Chamberlain .... Cuba (Spn) 500 Rasenlo Havana (Dan) 197 Heimdal . Larlent (Am) 531 Palafo .... Cienfuea Risr. s.s. Rir. s.s. s.s. Ria;. S.S. S.S. s.s. s.s. S3. S.S. S.S. s.s. B. A.S. A.S. A.S. A.S. A.S. Sch. Sch. Sch. Pkt. Bkt. Pre WM. A. McKENNEY ARRIVES. The American steamer Wm. A. Mc Kenney has arrived from Chile with a cargo of nitrate of soda, which Is being discharged at the L. &. N, docks. The steamer brought in 8,000 tons, the second largest cargo of soda to arrive here. WEATHERFORD IS DOCKED. The steamer City of "Weatherford. first of the locally built ships to be docked here, was successfully lifted In 40 minutes at the Bruce drydocks yesterday. The steamer will be painted and made ready for sea before leaving the docks. . INOCECIO FIGAREDO GROUNDED The Spanish steamer Inocecio Figar edo. which la discharging potash at the L. & N. docks preparatory to go ing on the Bruce drydocka for repairs, did not spring a leak aa was errone ously reported at first, but went aground at Key West, while enroute from Tampa to Malaga. M'DOWELL WAITS REPAIRS. The American schooner Charles H. McDowell, which was badly damaged ij Ik 'off the south coast of Cuba when she took water in a heavy sea, -will b6 lift ed at the. Bruce dry docks shortly. The vessel will have to be thoroughly overhauled before being ready for sea. DAILY COTTON TABLE Port Movement Middling Receipts Stock New Orleans ...152.5 4,558 453,692 Galveston 15.23 7,659 . 357,117 Mobile .14.50 304 22.533 Savannah 16.50 3,954 160,533 Charleston ..... 100 243,656 Wilmington ... 14.75 54 36,741 'Texas City 2,088 ! Norfolk 16.25 1.277 72,633 I Baltimore ....... 3,978 (Boston .........17.90 109 12,300 l Philadelphia ....18.30 5.962 New York 18.05 302 52,928 Minor ports . 2,575 Total today , 17,957 1,426,758 Total for week.. 39,121 Total for. season 3,756,928 Interior Movement Houston ........15.00 7.909 S69.534 Memphis .......... 15.00 3,815 385,039 Augusta ....... .16.38 610 160,348 St. Louis .......15.38 610 160,348 Atlanta ......... Little Rock .....14.75 - 81 63,134 Total today ... Dallas ....14.90 Montgomery ....14.50 14,365 498,923 ORLEANS COTTON GAINS 24 POINTS Early Trading Is Low but Recovery Is Rapid. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 17. Early trading in cotton today brought de clines, milrll UnilMa t ln innlnil fmm (the long side and some little selling for short account appearing because of poor cables. The decline contin ued until the middle of the session but after that there was a complete reversal of the trend, declines were recovered and prices sent 24 to 27 points higher than the close of last week's close. March traded as low as 15.17, and then rose to 15.78, finally closing at 15.65. On the close for active months they were at net gains of 11 to 20 points. For while the argument was used that all bullish features in the present situation had been' discounted but when 'reports of a somewhat better demand at the interior spot centers Telephone Your Want Ads to The YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IF YOUR NAME IS IN THE TELE PHONE DIRECTORY , Look over the odds and ends around your house which you have , no further use for old furniture, tools, lawn mowers, stoves, rugs, etc. whatever you have, turn it into cash. A small Want Ad in The Journal, costing" only afew cents, will do it. Call up 1500, ask for Want Ad Department and describe what you have. :Your ad will be written for you and bill rendered later. commenced to come in and there were further reports of southern mills starting up full time the market made ready response. During the early part of the session the ring was quiet and the market wore a pronounced holi day look because of the fiftieth anni versary program to follow the close. In the .late session, trading, became active, short sellers covered and new buying of consequence came in. The activity , continued., to the close. COTTON MARKET MAKES RECOVERY Sharp Recovery Is Made After Early Breaks. . NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Early de clines were followed by sharp recov eriea in the cotton market here today, March selling up from 15.8S to 16.84 and closing at 16.35. The general mar ket opened unchanged to 7 points up but soon turned easier as a result of disappointing Liverpool cables, sell ing by houses with Liverpool connec tions and scattered selling by tho south. . There also seemed to be some Wall street pressure or liquidation on the decline, which carried the active positions about 20 to 35 points net lower late in the morning with Jan uary, selling at 17.45 and May at 15.S8. Reports that arrivals here " on Sat urday and today included nearly 18,. 000 bales of consigned cotton, presum. ably for delivery on contract, and that 11,000 more bales were on their way here from New Orleans failed - to weaken the January position, how ever, and when early sellers attempt ed to cover they found comparatively few contracts offerings. March shorts seemed uneasy owing to the continued strength of the near position and spot houses were buyers of that delivery on the advance, which carried Janu ary up to 17.92, with active months generally showing net advances of 21 to 87 points while October made new high ground for the movement, selling at 16.66. The close was several points off from the best under realizing. One of the private cables received from Liverpool said that spots were poor and futures Idle but another said the . undertone was good although there was considerable cotton for sale at 11 pence. Liverpool was a seller on the early break but offerings from that source were withdrawn after the close abroad, and the afternoon rally here was promoted by firmness of foreign exchange. . 3C 15 STOCK MARKET -. SESSION DULL Some Industrials Show Gain Wnili Rails Lose Sliflhtly. NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Variable gains among industrials, untilities and specialties, particularly those under professional control, and moderate re actions in the rails, measured the ex tent of today's very dull and incon clusive session of the stock market. Local tractions owed their strength to prospects of state legislation pro viding for higher fares and the cop pers developed firmness on rumors of a probable merger or consolidation of several of the prominent producing companies. ' Financial and industrial happenings over the week-end were of the same confusing character as those which have influenced or governed market values for the first fortnight of the new year. Improvement in the fed eral reserve bank position was neu tralized by the deficit in actual re serves revealed last Saturday by lo cal associated banks, although this is subject to speedy correction. The foreign exchange market was strong, especially continental Euro pean rates. French, Belgian. Italian, Dutc hand Spanish remittances reg istered material gains, as well as the German rate. The advance was large ly attributed to the forthcoming meet ing of the reparations committee. , Money quotations were unaltered, all the day's call loans being made at, 6 per cent with a stiffening of outsle quotations. More funds were offered for two and three months at 6 1-4 per cent and interior banks were buyers of mercantile paper. The demand fo; bonds was irregular with consequent uncertainty of tone, especially in tlx foreign divisions, where French issue cased. Liberty bonds w?re active and' most substntially higher. Total salo'. par value, $13,350,000. Old United f States bonds , were unchanged on calf. WEST VIRGINIA HAS STRONG SCHEDULE! MORGANTOWN. W. Va.. Jan. 17. A strong schedule has been nrrangred fr the University of West Virginia foot ball team for this year. Some of th games are: .. Nov. 6 Washington and Lee I'niver. 6ity at Charleston, W. Va. Nov. 12 University of Vlrjnia at Charlottesville, Va. S3 M r.