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FOR SALE FAKM BARGAIN IS acre on County Road to bo paved: 10 cultivated and fenced; bearing1 fruit: enough rnaterinl to partly build house. Kasy terms. Let me show yout this and other farm bargains. L. W. I tardy, Mgr., 30 East Garden. Phone 300. FOR SALE Mules. Some good ones, all sizes; some large and some good farming size. Pensacola Tar & Turpentine Co. FOR- ' SALK One computing scale, 14o West Intendcncla St. FOR SALK Fresh Jersey cow. 409 K. Garden St. . , FOn SALE Sugar cane for seed. Hth ribbon and green, about six hundred ptalks of each. J. O. Kdwards. P. O. box 481. ... I ... FOR SALE Oxen. Six very large ones in good condition, with yokes complete; also two good 2-wheeled carts. Pensa cola Tar & Turpentine Co. FOR, SAU3 Good paying tailoring-. cleaning and pressing business. Keason for selling, bad health. Phone 1003. 71 FOR SALE- Come see nuts on trees. 0 acre farm west of city. Good soil. Fenced chicken Upht. 165 large paper hell pecan trees. Fruit trees. New mod ern six-room bungalow furnished. Oar age. Servant house. 6 blocks to electric car and graded school, lnrunedlate pos Ne.vslon and cwp If desired. Phone la9o. I. O. Houghton, Route A, 330-C. FOll SALE At a great sacrifice, my suburban home north of the city. -0 acres good soil, fenced chicken tight. One hundred and sixty-five large bear ing pecan trees, good croft, every 'ear Mew modern six room bungalow furnish ed. Garage and servants' house. Six blocks from electric car line and graded school. Phone 195, Hannah O. Ilaugh ton, R. A.. 1'ox 230C. FOR SALE Camp equipment. Wagons, tents, harness, saws, , axes, etc. Also some one-ton trucks, both Ford-Smith Form-a-truck and Internationals, all in good running order. Pensa cola Tar & Turpentine Co. FOR SALKI buy and se'l all parts of oil stoves; also repairs on all kinds of oil stoves. Th Oil Stove Man. 714 K. A Rua. Phone 1173. 3t FOR SALK Ono full bred pointer pup, 2V4 months old, $15. 00. 310 W. Gregory St. FOR 8AL.K Cteap for quick sale, one lawn swing In fair condition. Inquire loOO K. Mortno. IARGK yearly returns, small invest ment Southern orchard tree blue berry, easily crown central and southern states, markets established everywhere. Information Southern Blueberry Com pany. Tampa, Fla. 4t FOR SALE Kitchen cabinet. 2 burner gas plate, coal heater. 5W N. llayne St. FOR SALK One gas range hat rack. wardrobe, kitchen table. 1813 IS. Gads den St. Phono 1997. 1 Perkins Phonograph, worth $75.00. for $35.00 1 Converto Fourth, worth $G0.00. for $40.00 1 Victrola Fourth, worth $25.00, for $14.00 1 Victrola Sixth, worth $35.00, for ; $18.00 The above are second hand but are in good condition. REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE FOR SALE Modern brick bungalow, 1212, E. Lee. Carefully planned well built home; sun parlor, sleeping perches, gar age: 3 lots. Phone 171 or 2S9.- Or. F. A. Brink. FOR HA 1. 12 A new kitty coop. lloluclaw, 2i K. 16th street. . . - J. G. TRY a load pine and oak wood. Churchlld Wood Yard; j. hone. 1698 or 23. CABBAGE and Bermuda Onion Plants. $2.00 thousand; five thousand or over, tl CO per thousand. Plants ready now. Prompt service. n tisfactlon guaranteed. J. U White. Tallahassee, Fla. FOR STOVE OR GRATE WOOD In any Quantity call X. S. Kennedy, Fhone 11 arkei Place of Wesf FOR SALE FOR SALE Dry rough mill wood, $1.60 per load delivered. C. II. Walker Lum ber Co.,- Lee and Tarragona. Phone 1313. j FOR SALE Dry pine od, J2.00 per; load delivered. C. II. Walker Lumber Co.. Lee and Tarragona St.. Phone 1813. FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT Well Improved farm, lie acres, near Penaa- 1 cola. A. C. Binkley 713 Blount Bldg. ! FOR SALE Five room house, three lots, lights and water, a bargain. Apply corner Gadsden and S streets. West Hill. FOR SALE 4 room house. 612 S. O St. FOR SALE One Rex typewriter In pood condition. Price reasonable. Apply Journal office. FOR SALE Cabbage plants. Leading varieties, $1.25, 500; 12.00. 1.000; $1.60 per thousand, 6,000 lots. CodenNurer Ua. Coden. Ala. . 887 FOR KENT FURNISHED ROOMS NICE, CLEAN BEST IN CITY. ALL MODERN CON VENIENCES. 75c PER NIGHT OR WEEKLY RATES. ON 'CAR LINE SHIP AND NAVY YARDS. 123 WEST ZARRA GOSSA ST. FOR RENT Furnished room, adjoining bath. 214 W. Gregory. FOR RENT One small furnished apart ment suitable for two persons. 110 W. Gadsden St.. Phone 02. FOR RENT Room on North Hill car line Phone 1779. it FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms, modern conveniences. Phone 1375. . 903 N. Reus. , iv - 7t FOR RENT North Hill. two,, furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern conveniences, 1120 N. Palafox St. Phone 167. - FOR RENT Rooms on Kaat Hill, fur nished or unfurnished. Phone 2399. FOR RENT Furnished apartment for couple. 802 E. Moreno. Phone 2403JVI. FOR RENT Furnished apartment, pri vate. 619 N. Gutllemarde St, Phono 1S0. FOR RENT Screened 6 room house, HOtf West Pine St. Electric lights and water. 1 Cotton, Box 1627. FOR RENT Furnished rooms desirable and close in. 240 W. Garden St. Phone 707. " FOR RENT Two connecting rooms furnished for light housekeeping, elec tric lights telephone, hot water, with family of two. 1619 N. 14th-ave. FOR RENT Two room apartment, fur nished. Hot water. Private family. Call 1103 E. Jackson. FOR RENT Furnished rooms adjoining bath. 122 W. Chase. Phone 2431. FOR .RENTrTwa room house for light housekeeping; gas stove and electrio lights. Phone 1614. MISCELLANEOUS LIBERTY BONOS and Diamonds turned into Cash, and Income, loan, profit sharing, Co -operative plan. Abner Davis System Bank Ft. Worth, Tex. LOST AND FOUND LOST Monday, between 1130 E. Gads den and Sacred Heart school, child's emerald ring. Reward. Return 1130 E. Gadsden. Phone 1371. LOST Black patent leather purse Jn ladies dressing room or sun parlor on second floor of San Carlos Hotel. Finder please return to 810 E. Gadsden or phone 1516 and receive reward. 2t LOST January 16, latxe gold breast pin at First Baptist church or between there and It East Gregory. Return to Mrs. Bell, 11 East Gregory and receive reward. 3t STRAY ED From my place at Myrtle Grove. In December, small cow, darc red, white underneath ,on right flank and feet; dark face; no mark or brand. Five dollars reward for return. R. N. Reedy. LOST Tuesday afterncon between Cen tral Pharmacy ant H'tghey's Restau rant or Ralkcom's Dru? Srore, a red noie book. Will pay for r turn of Mm to Dr. Andreas, Room 317. Urent Bldg. POSITION WANTED BANKS. ATTENTION! Experienced of fice man and bookkeeper desires con nection with small bank to learn busi ness. First month's services free; best references furnished. Address C- R- Mc Lerau, Lakeland, Fla. WANTED Stretching1 curtains nicely at reasonable price. Call at 1001 N. De Villler. or phone 1207. Clara Pearson. POSITION WANTED Experienced ste nographer desires position. Address 662 West Garden. YOUNG lady experienced in bookkeeping 'and general office work Wishes posi tion. E., care Journal, phone 2394. PERSONAL DR. R. T. NEIL, THE VETERINARY SURGEON, TREATS ALL KINDS OF DISEASES OF DOMESTICATED ANI MALS. CALLS ANSWERED DAY AND NIGHT. OFFICE 200 E. GARDEN ST. OFFICE PHONE 1013; RESIDENCE. 111 E. GREGORY ST. RESIDENCE PHONE 1842. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARS HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALU KINDS OP HAULING. YOUR BUSU t?SS SOLICITED. White Transfer Co. Phone 1960 . Business Appreciated Lighlwood Furnished Promptly TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE Phone 710 MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY 30,000 PEOPLE the Results are Unequaled PSHER-BROWN J WILL BOND YOU 1 918 PHONES 919 L-.fi .. aet WANTED WANTED To buy farm, Improved or unimproved, within 20 miles of Pen sacola. State location, price, terms and description In first letter. Answer H. Care Journal. -10t WANTED A partner with at least $1,000.00 to enter business In Pensacola. B0 per cent profit. No gamble. Address Wood Products care Journal. lOt WANTED To buy boat. 20 to 25 foot mull. Must be well made and ready for water. Will trade Ford automobile or pay cash. Address at once. Metcalf & Hollinger, Camden, Ala. WOULD like to get your telephone if you are going to leave city. Write XIX, care Journal. WANTED DISCUSS BUSINESS PROP OSITION WITH PARTIES WITH SOME CAPITAL. ADDRESS "PROPO. SITION," P. O. BOX 1152, SAVANNAH, GA. WANTED PENSACOLA JOt'RN A L . DATED DECEMBER 18, 1920. SEND OR BRING TO JOURNAL OFFICE. SEWING. MACHINES. ATTu. STRING instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesley, 18 East. -Garden St. 811 WANTED Stores repaired of all kinds. By 8. R. Likes. Phone 1332 829 E. reLon SL HELP MALE . i .. . i i WANTED Young active man of good address with some experience in hand ling: general Insurance business. Address "K," care of Journal. tf WANTED GENERAL AGENT FOR PENSACOLA AND VICINITY FOR MONTHLY PREMIUM ACCIDENT AND HEALTH DEPARTMENT OF THE OLDEST COMPANY WRITING ALL FORMS ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AND LIFE-INSURANCE. REQUIRES A MAN CAPABLE HANDLING BUSINESS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. COMMISSION CONTRACT ONLY. PART TIME SER VICE CONSIDERED. ADDRESS C. JH. BOYER MANAGER CASUALTY DE PARTMENT, NATIONAL LIFE INSUR. ANCE COMPANY, 29 S. LASALLE ST., CHICAGO, ILL. HELP FEMALE WANTED Middle-aged woman, -white r colored, for nurse and light" house cleaning. References i required. Apply Mitchell, 15 West LaRua. 3t DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING Afternoon and Chil dren's Dresses. Phone 2045. WANTED First class sewing done out or at home. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phono 1880. LODGE NOTICES ' LODGE NOTICE a Regular communication of Pen J sacola Lodge, No. 42, F. & A. V M., Thursday. Jenuary 27th, at Aw 7:30 P. M. Visiting brothers fra- " ternally invited. J. S. HATES. R. C. WHITE, . W. M. Secretary. MASONIC TEMPLE Special -convocation of Mt. Horeb Chapter No. 6, R. A. M.. Wednesday. January 26th. at 7:30 P. M. Work in the M. M. degree. Sojourn ing companions fraternally invited. DIS W. E. ACOSTA, Wir. HANSEN. H. P. Secretary. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON RZAL ESTATE. We lend money or Real Estate In the city on short netlce. Please state In application If you have an Abstract of Title to the property. Ca'l and see ua THE WATSON AGENCY, Ino. 7 South Palafox SL NEBRASKA WOULD OPERATE MINES (By Associated Press) LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. 23. Govern ment ownership and operation of coal mines was endorsed by the Nebraska house of representatives today by a vote of 43 to 37. Nebraska senators and con gressmen are asked by the resolution to aid in securing legislation along the line indicated. -ROCHEBLAVE FISH MARKET Phone 297 T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. FREE For the Hauling. Filling in material. Dirt mixed with Cotton. . Phone 853 LEGAL NOTICE, ! . i NOTICE , TO PARENTS j All children who have be-! come of school age since thej opening of school may report for enrollment on Friday, Jan uary 28, in order to be ready for work Monday, January; 31st, the opening day of the second term. A. S. EDWARDS, Supt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Savannah ..15.00 undersign, ed a married woman, residing ' Charleston at Pensacola, in the First Judicial Cir- i Wilmington . . . ..13 50 cult of Florida, intends to apply to theirp.-.,- ritv Honorable A. G. Campbell, Judge of the t Circuit Court for the said First Judicial I Norfolk 14.00 Circuit, for a license to take charg of. i Baltimore manage and control ner own estate and - property ana to Decerns a ireo acater in every respect. Such application will be nmde to paid Judse by petition In chan eery at DeFumak springs, Florida, or wherever said judge may then be- on Wednesday, February 2nd A. D., 1921,. at ten o'clock A. M. MART R. MOORE. January 4th, 1921. IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD, STATE OF FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. Josephine Richardson, Complainant, , vs. Harklesa Richardson, Defendant, ., On Monday the 7th day of February A. D. 1921 the defendant Harkles Rich ardson is required to appear to the bil filed against him herein. This order to be published once each week for four (4) consecutive weeks in the Pensacola Journal, a nows,vtper pub lished in said Egcambia County. J. L. MAYO, Clerk Court of Record, (Seal.) " By A. L. Tidwell. D. C. Pensacola, Fla., January 4th 1921 NOTICE. , Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Circuit Court of Bay county, Florida. ; on a judgment recovered in said court I by the Casey-Hedges Company, a cor-, poratlon, against A. E. Turner, A. R. I Hoffman and J. E. Taylor, the under-1 signed, as Sheriff ,of E&cambia county, t Florida, has levied' tipon as "the property j of the defendant J. E. Taylor and will of- j fer for sale at public outcry on Monday, J the 7th day of March. 1921, before the County Court House door in Pensacola, ! Florida, between the hours. of 11:00 a. m. I and 2:00 p. m.. to the highest and best! cash bidder. " the" ' following described property, to-wit: J The undivided one-half Interest of the said J. 03. Taylor in and to all of Lots 309. 310, 311 and 312, in block 31 of the i Old City Tract in Pensacola, Florida, to gether with the undivided one-half inter- est of the said J. E. Taylor in and to. the tenements, hereditaments and appurte-; nances thereunto belonging or in anv ' wise appertaining. Terms cash. Bill of sale at cost of purchaser. A. Ct ELLIS. Sheriff of Escambia County, Florida. Port of Pensacola SAILED. Rig. Flag. Tons. Name For A.S. (Nor) 919 Mabel Brown. . .London VESSELS IN PORT Rig. Sch. Sch. Sch. Sch. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. Bk. A.S. A.S. AS. A.F. A.S. Sch. Sch. Flag. Tons Name Prnm (For) 280 (Por) 286 (Br.) (Am.) 1,159 (Br.) 2,298 (Am.) 3,844 (Spn) 1,802 (Am.) 8.364 (Am.) 3.S 00 Curvos Oporto Diamantino Oporto Marlon L Barbados DeWittBrown Matansas Euterpe Naples Hartford Mobile Inocecio Figaredo Tampa Hastings New Bayou Chico ..... New Hartford Mobile Carlton ...New Orleans Laurel Mobile Toro .... New Orleans Inocecio Flgaredo Tampa Rosa M: ... Barbadoes Mabel Brown Barbadoes Washington, Barbadoes Celeste D. ... Havana Santa Rosa .. Havana Willis a. Holden Havana Bagdad Marati Chas. H. McDowell ... Matanzas Henry H. Chamberlain Cuba Rasendo HaVana Heimdal Larient Palafox . . . Cienfuegas Wm. A. McKen- ney Mejillones (Am.) 3.844 (Am.) 8.40 V 2.639 (Am.) (Hon) (Spn) 825 1,802 (Ital.) I.23S (Nor) 919 (Nor) (Br.) (Am.) (Am.) 847 549 627 1.040 727 1.159 (Am.) (Am.) Sch. (Am.) 205 Pkt. Bkt Bge S.S. (Spn) (Dan) (Am.) (Am.) 5n n 197 531 4.544 OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY CANDIES SOFT DRINKS CIGARS 12 S. Palafox , Phone 461 Mew atfn used parts for almost any make of ear. Send old parts to" be duplicated. Automobile Wrecking Co.. CENTRAL PHARMACY Xorris Exquisite Candies. Best Hot Chocolate In the City. Phones 177178. Take Dyspepsia Tablet Before V1 n L and After TA- f 25e Box. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY FOR SALE Large Stock, All Sizes Black, Galvanized and Extra Heavy PIPE Ship, Tank and Boiler PLATES Purchased from Local . Government Shipyards f SHEETS Black and Galvanized Iron and Steel Bars, Bolts, Rivets SEAMAN &MENCKB Jacksonville, Florida. fJAILY COTTON TABLE Fort Movement- Middling Receipts Stock J New Orleans , . .14.65 j Galveston 14.00 5,26$ 44.254 19 922384,617 ! Mobile 14.00 52 5,199 665 305 3,435 21,364 155.52S 244,896 88,050 2,460 69,453 4,310 12,300 5,987 87,381 2,575 Boston 16.85 Philadelphia . . . .18.45 New York .....16.20 Minor ports .... res Total today .. 34.5031.478,435 Total for week.. ' 76,377. Total for season 3,936,319 Interior Movement Houston 13.10 15,079 -693,214 Memphis .......14.50 7,141 393,323 Augrusta 14.00 1,879 163,532 St. Louis 14.50 3.970 23,027 Atlanta ....13.50 Little Rock 14.50 916 63,584 Total today Dallas ........ ..12.65 Montgomery ... 13.50 28,985 1,015,682 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, rug's, etc. whatever you have turn it into cash. A small Want Ad in The Journal, costing only afew centSj will do it. Call up 1500, ask for Want Ad Department and describe iwhat you have. tYour ad will be written for you and bill rendered later. ORLEANS COTTON CONTINUES LOW Last Price Are at Losses of 45 to 53 Pomts. New Orleans, Jan. 25. It was a lower market in cotton from the. open ing and the decline continued until it amounted to 49 to 56. points. Mod erate realizing of profits on short contracts fuVnished some steadiness In the late trading but without giving the market any recuperative power of consequence. Last prices wore at losses of 45 to 53 points. March traded down to. 13.80 and closed at 13.82. SeUing was stimulated mainly by the large tenders on January contracts in the New York market, variously es timated in private telegrams which reached this market all the way from 41.000 blaes up to 50.000. The poor showing made by Liverpool probably was the main cause of the poor open ing here and then later in the day pes simitic trade reports from both Liver pool and Manchester helped to hold the market down. In this market tenders did not ex ceed 500 bales and the notices hardly circulated at all. January went out at noon in a very tame way and the absence of any fireworks in that di rection either In there or in New York caused heavy liquidation on long con tracts. HARRISON BLACKS FORDNEY TARIFF Emergency Measure Rjjns Into tlve Fllllbuster. Efftc- (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. The Ford ney emergency tariff bill was brought into the senate for consideration today but Immediately ran into a small but; effective filibuster. Merits of the bill and reason for its early enactment by the senate had scarcely been outlined by Senator McCumber, republican. North Dakota, before Senator Harrison, dem ocrat, Mississippi, launched an attack which continued until adjournment. The tactics in forcing delay in con sideration at this time were considered sound by opponents of the bill Inasmuch as the postofflce appropriation bill is scheduled for tomorrow and several ISM other moaey supply bills are-expected to be ready when that measure i out of the way. Senator McCumber appealed for actios on the measure on the ground that It would affect more than J0.O00. 0 people. The government be eaid, ewes to those people Immediate action which will protect them al from "absolute bankruptcy" some "of the pro ducers of farm commodities. "You want to make the farm attract tlce," he said. "You know how as well as I- do. It is to make farming worth while. Its the glow of the deegh that is attractive and That's why this meas ure should be passed quickly." Senator Harrison In his address charged that the North Dakota senator wanted "to save a few people by mak ing the rest of the county pay the bin. Such a tariff as was asked on wheat, he said, "could do nothing but Increase the price of bread." ... n . i . SOLDIERS' GRAVES TO BE DECORATED Graves of American Soldiers in rope to Be Decorated Memorial Osy. on NEW YORK.Jan. 25. The grave of every American soldier who rests on European soil will be decorated on Memorial day, Francis E. Drake, com mander of the American Legion in France, announced as he sailed for Europe after a four months' sojourn in the United States. Owing to the internationalization of the American Memorial day as a trib ute to the fallen of the A. E. F. W the recently formed International Council of Veterans' association, which embraces men of all allied na tions, the ceremonies wilt be mucti more extensive than those of last year, when the Legion alone attempt ed to honor the graves of Americans fallen on foreign soil. President Mlllerand and Marshal Foch will represent France end other allied nations will cooperate also. Among the American representative Mr. Drake hones to have as speakers several . prominent legionnaires and men In public life. Mr. Drake hopes to be is the Unit ed States In November to attend the third national convention of the Ije fAon at Kansas Cityj Marshal ipch is very desiroos of greeting the Le gion at Kansas City. Marshal Foch convention if the political situation in Europe permits.