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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1921.
SEVEN The Market Place of West The Cost is JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance One Kale to All Count the words In your adver tisement ami jnultlply hy the num ber of time you desire it printed, i emit accordingly. In counting1 words Include "To Let." "For Hale." "Wanted," etc., as well as addresses. RATES No advertisement taken for less than 23 cent. BLACK FACE CAPS. LIKE THIS, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, lino dashes, white space, clasMned display: Co per line, CUc per Inch (12 lines make an Inch.) , Regular advertisers with ledger ac counts may have classified ad3 charged. Cancel orders ihould he given in v rltlns1, never over the phone. Advertisers should grve their home or postoffice address as we!l as their phone numbers, because many read ers have no telephones. If the advertiser so desires, replies can be sent to The Journal. V FOR SALE j70R SALE Mules. Some good ones, all sizes ; some I large ind some good farming size. Pensacola Tar & Turpentina Co. MPROVEP FARM by owner. 100 acres, 3 tuIIoh from Albany, .on public roud. 'o waato land. Good t room house: 'all tecessary Improvements; Immediate osuesslon. A. I). Oult, Albany, Oa. , yoit SALE float, harness, cart, and heating stove. 1C03 E. l.aRua St. ?OR SALESCR I PPS-BOOTH S, FOUR PASSENGER HIGH GRADE CAR IN INE CONDITION. MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. WOULD CON. JIDER LIGHT FORD TRUCK IN , TRADE. H. A. RHEINHARDT, 1103 .' 2AST JACKSON. POU HALE One Eclipse Gas Stove. In good condition. Phone "15 or address Hove, care Journal. FOR SALE Oxeru Sixf very large ones in good condition, .vith yokes complete; also two rood 2-wheelcd carts. Pensa :ola Tar & Turpentine Co. i?OR SALE Ford Roadster, new, run less than . 1. Q00 miles. Wire wheels, ihock absorbers, extra tire; A No. 1 con I llttori. Terms. Call after 6:30 p. in., 22 ' Oast Gadsden St. T)R SALE One P. 1). O. morale Bat tery, practically new. A bargain, lowe, IOL'3 E. Blount St. Phone 542. OR SALE At a great sacrifice, my suburban home north -of the city. 20 icrea good soil, fenced chicken tight. ne hundred and sixty-five large bear UK pecan trees, good crop every year. Vew modern six room bungalow furnish sd. Garage and servants' house. Six docks from electric car line and graded chool. Phone 15!r, Hannah O. Haugh on, R. A., Box 230C. 'on SALE One computing scale, 145 West Intendencia St. - - i ii I, "OR HALE Fresh Jersey cow. 403 E. Garden St. mn ii i r wm-m 'OR SALE Sugar cane for seed, both ribbon ami green, nbout sljr hundred itiiks of each. J. G. Edwards, r. O. box si. FOR SAIJ: flood paying tailoring. cleaning and pressing business, 'teason for selling, bad health. Phone tl"i3. - 7t LARGE yearly returns, small Invest ment Southern orchard tree blue crry, easily grown central and southern . tales, market established everywhere, information Southern Blueberry Com any, Tampa, Fla. - 4t "OR RALE One gas range hat rack. wardrobe, kitchen table. 1813 E. Gads len St. Phone 1097. I "OR SALE Camp equipment. Wagons, tents, harness, saws, ixes, etc. Also some one-ton rucks', both Ford-Smith Form-i-truck and Internationals, all good running order. Pensa ' " ola Tar & Turpentine Co. 1 Perkins Phonograph, worth 575.00, for , ?35.00 1 Converto Fourth, worth oGO.00, for $40.00 1 Victrola Fourth, worth 525.00, -for $14.00 1 Victrola Sixth, worth $35.00, Vor $18.00 The above are second hand nit are in good condition. REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE ADflAGK and Bermuda Onion Plants. $2.00 thousand; five thousand or over, 1 0 per thousand. Plants ready now. 'rompt service, satisfaction guaranteed, f. I White, Tallahassee. Fla. 'OR STOVE OR GRATE WOOD In any quantity call T. .S. Kennedy. Phone IS "OR SALE Dry rough mill wood, $1.J0 pr lou4 delivered. O. II. Walker Lum er Co.. Lee and Tarragona. I hone 1313. XHl SALE Dry pine wood. $2.00 per load delivered. C U. V.'alker Lumber , Le and Tarragona St., Phone 1313. "OR SaLi'2, TRADE OR RENTWell Improved farm, lie acres, near Pensa o'a. A. C. Hinkley Ul Rlount IMdg. t'Oil SALE Five room houso, three lots, Iliiihta and water, a bargain. Apply orner Qadsden and S streets. West Hill. 'OR SAlJ.-4 room houso. 612 S. O St. 'OR PALE One Rox typewriter In pood condition. price reasonable. Apply Tournal orrtce. TOR SALE Cabbage plants. Leading varieties. H.js. &oy; $2.00. LOCO; $1.60 er thousand, s.ooo lots. Coden Nurser s. Coden, Ala. 817 SZEZ READ DAILY BY 30,000 PEOPLE , But a Trifle and the Results are Unequaled I i VlV XiiiiN A ' -"n nil .fi-r-i f if .rlT-iti ftrwi i w m in FT m " innilTI FOR RENT Lisrht housekeeDlmr rooms. I modern conveniences. Phone 1375. !03 X. Reus. FOR RKNT A nice room, on North Hill, near car line, for gentleman. Next to bath. Phone 13H0. FOIt RENT Furnished room adjoining bath suitable for couple or two gen tlemen, modern conveniences, phone, two blocka from PaJafox St. Phone 1499. i - i FOR RENT A nice apartment on North I Hill, bed room and kitchenette, with ' bath and all conveniences. Address C, ' care Journal. ! FOR RENT 2 or 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1107 E. Jackson. Phone 1518. FOR RENT ONE COMPLETELY FUR NISH ED APARTMENT FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, CONSISTING OF LARGE SLEEPING ROOM WITH STOVE, BREAKFAST ROOM AND KITCHENETTE. CABINET GAS RANGE, BUILT IN CUPBOARD, HOT AND COLD WATER; TELEPHONE AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS. PHONE 1029. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern conveniences and garage. 206 West Gregory St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 308 West . L'elmom. FURNISHED ROOMS NICE. CLEAN j BEST IN CITY. ALL MODERN CON- VENIENCES. 75c PER NIGHT OR WEEKLY RATES. 044 CAR LINE SHIP AND NAVY YARDS. 123 WEST 2ARRA GOSSA ST. FOR RENT One small furnished apart ment suitable for two persons. 110 W. Gadsden St., Phone 62. FOR RENT Room on North Hill car line Phone 1773. 4t FOR RENT North Hill, two furnished rooms for light t housekeeping, modern conveniences. 1120 N. Palafox St. Phone 167. - . FOR RENT Furnished apartment for couple. 802 K. Moreno. Phone 2403M. FOR RENT Screened 6 room house, 1100 West Pine St. Electric lights and water. I Cotton. Hox 1627. FOR RENT Furnished rooms desirable ana 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. 161 N. Hth-ave. FOR RENT Two room house for light housekeeping; gas stove and electric lights. Phone 1614. LOST AND FOUND I3ST One female fox hound, white, with black spots. My name and ad dress on collar. Reward for information. Ira D. Gantt, G26 W. Chase St. Phone 380. LOST 'Heavy grey overcoat, pair tan gloves in pocket. Laid it down some where and left it. Apply Davis, care Journal. LOST Fox terrier puppy. White, with brown spots. Phone 266. STRAYED From my place at Myrtle Grove, In December, small cow, dar red, white underneath ,on right flank and feet: dark face; no mark or brand. Five dollars reward for return. R. N. Reedy. MISCELLANEOUS FIRST CLASS Tainting done, any kind, by the day. Leave information at Phone 678. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON RiAL ESTATE. We lend money or Real Estate In the city on short notice. Please state In application If you have an Abstract of Title to the property. Call and see ut THE WATSON AOENCT, Inc., 7 South Talafox SL 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. POSITION WANTED POSITION WANTED Young man of good address desires position. Have had eperlence as bookkeeper and store manager with large company. Also am familiar with garage work. Can give best of references. Write B. B. B., care Journal. BANKS. ATTENTION !--Experieneed 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 Lcrau, lJikeland, Fla.. POSITION WANTED Experienced ste nonrapher desires position. Address 562 West Garden. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARS HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALv. KINDS Of HAULING. YOUR BUSL fl"5SS SOLICITED. White Transfer Co. Phone 1960 Business Appreciated Lightuood Furnished Promptly TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE Phone 710 MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY 'rvrurmrtfrrTmrMiitiAWiDim j j WILL BOND YOU 1 M ' I 918 PHONES 919 . j WANTED WANTED BY JACK EDWARDS Manager Edna Park and Her Players, Pastime Theatre. WANTED To rent for from 8 to 12 weeks, a modern bungalow or cottage, completely furnished. . Furnishings must include linen and silverware. I have a wife a maid, aoid two regular children. Two boys, one 18 months old the other 5 years old. They play Just the same as other children.. They do not bite holes in the furniture or draw cartoons on your best carpet with sausages. They have been reared in one of tho most beautiful homes in the south and they will not use an axe on your furniture or shoe polish n your walls. Write or call Jack Ed wards, Pastime Theatre. WNTED Black Langshan rooster and two white banty hens. Phone 1573. WANTED-l-To buy house, 8 or more rooms, on or near East Hill car line. Can pay cash. C O., care Journal. WANTED Small furnished house oV apartment. North Hill section prefer able, by naval officer and wife. E., care Journal. WANTED To rent by responsible par ty, eight room house, containing three or four fed rooms; modern; good condi tion. Preferably North Hill. Address J. II. "W., care Journal. WANTED PENSACOLA JOURNAL DATED JAN. 7TH, 1921. PLEASE PHONE 1500. 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. lOt WANTED A partner with at least $1,000.00 to enter business In Pensacola. B0 per cent profit. No gamble. Address Wood Products care Journal. lOt WANTED DISCUSS BUSINESS PROP OSITION WITH PARTIES WITH SOME CAPITAL. ADDRESS "PROPO. SITION," P. O. BOX 1152, SAVANNAH, GA. SEWING. MACHINES. Arw. STRING instruments repaired. Phone 251. J. H. Blakesle 16 East Garden St. Ell WANTED Stoves repaired or all kinds. By S. R. Likes. Phone 1332, 829 E. DeLon St. HELP MALE WANTED Toung active man of good address with some experience in hand ling general insurance business. Address "K," care of Journal. tf RAILWAY mail cierWs l$l,600-$2.300. Thousands needed; experience unnec essary: annual promotions; vacations with pay. Information free. Consoli dated Schools, 1202 N. St., Washington, P. C. ' . DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING Afternoon and Chil dren's Dresses. Phone 2045. LODGE NOTICES MASONIC TEMPLE Special conclave of Cour De Lion Coniman- . V C- i i .1 t no . .a 7;30 p m Work m tne H. C. degree. Sojourning Sir Knights courteously invited. J. A. JONES, E. C. F. L. MILLER, Recorder. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO WATER CON SUMERS All water, bills are due Jan. 1, '1921, payable at the office of the Water Depart ment, City Hall. A discount of 5 percent allowed on all bills paid on or before Jan. 10th. All consumers who have not paid their water bills by Feb. 1st, 1921, are subject to have water service -discontinued without further notice, and a penalty of $1.00 will be charged. PENSACOLA WATER W'KS. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Frank Zika purchaser of Certificate No. 472 of 1917, has filed said certificate iu my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property, to-wit: South half (S l-2 of South-east Quar ter (S.E. 1-4) of Section Eleven (1U Township Five (5). North Range, thirty (30) West, containing forty '(40) acres. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificate in the name of W. W. Jordan. Unless said certificate shall be redeem ed according to law tax deed will issue thereon on the 16th day of February. A. D 1921. JAS. MACGIBBON, (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.. Notice Is hereby given to creditors. Jegatees. distributees, and all persons having claims or demands against" the estate of John. C. Avery, deceased, to present the same to undersigned, care of the Thatcher Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., or to my resident agent, John P. Stokes, at Pensacola. Florida, within two (2) years from the first publication of this notice. January 7th, 1921. CLARENCE R. AVERT. 7jan-oaw-8w-2324 .Administrator. Notice is hereby gWen to creditors, legatees, distributees,, and all persona having claims or demands against-the es tate of Feter Murphy, deceased, to pre sent the eame to the undersigned within (2) years from the first1 publication of this notice. December 10th., 1920. . ELIZAS EH RADY, Executrix. Dec. 10.1920-oawSw. Florida r Port of Pensacola VESSELS IN PORT Flag. Tons Name From Rig. Sch. Sch. Sch. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. S.S. Bk. A.S. A.S. A,S. A.S. Sch. Sch. (For) 250 28S Curvos ....Oporto Diamantlno Oporto Marlon L. . . . . . Barbados Euterpe Naples Hartford Mobile Inocecio Fjgaredo Tampa Hastings NV Bayou Chico . . . ; . New Carlton ...New Orleans (Por) (Br.) (Br.) (Am.) (Spn) (Am.) (Am.), (Am.) (Am.) (Hon) (Ital.) (Nor) (Br.) (Am.) (Am.) (Am.) (Am.) 2,298 3,844 1,802 3.364 3,300 3.407 2,639 25 1,235 847 649 627 1.040 727 1,159 Laurel Mobile Yoro .... New Orleans Rosa M. . . . Barbadoes Washington, Barbadoes Celeste D. ... Havana Santa Rosa .. Havana Willis a. - Holden Havana Bagdad Marrati Chas. H. McDowell ... Matanzaa Henry H. Chamberlain Cuba Rasendo Havsna Heimdal Larlent Palafox ... Cienfuegas Wm. A. McKcn- ney MejlUonea Sch. (Am.) 205 Ekt. Bkt. Bge S.S. (Spn) (Dan) (Am.) (Am.) soo 197 531 4,544 LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS ! Florida Coast Cape San Bias i Outer Shoals Gas and Bell Buoy, 30, relighted Jan. 25th, having been found; extinguished. ( C. & G. S. Charts Nos. 183, 184, 1115. . Light List, Atlantic Coast, 1920, p. 332. No. 1906. Buoy List. 8th District, 1920, p. 14. Coast Pilot, Sec. E, 1916, p. 72. By order of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. E. S. L-ANPHIER, Supt. - ji tt NAVAL STORES a a tt nttttttttnttttuttnttttttntttt . PENSACOLA ; Jtece'ipts: Spirits, 23; rosin, 187. ' Shipments: Spirits, 123; rosin, 0. ; Stocks: Spirits, .11,121; rosin, 54, 644. ; JACKSONVILLE ! JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 27 Turpen-! tine unchanged; sales none; receipts 278; stock, 25,688. Rosin unchanged; sales none; re ceipts none; shipments 650; stock, ia,056. Quote, all grades, 11.30. SXVANNAH. SAVANNAiH, Jan. . 27. Turpentine quiet, 92 l-2c; no sales. Receipts, 57: shipments, 12; stock, 5.386. Rosin quiet; no sales. Receipts 362: shipments 95; stock, S5.330. Quote, all grades, $11.00. ; Do Yon Want Some Extra Money? 1 Women and girls, here is an excellent opportunity to earn $30 to $50 a month in your spare time at home making Indian beaded watch fobs, neck chains and other ' -mugs, uemana ror tnese novelties! Is great. We tell you how and where to sell it at a profit to. your advantage. Just send us one dollar and we will ship at one by parcel post, prepaid, one - ... wvii iui.ui. ufaus ior J Trial work, instructions and beautiful de signs in colors. It is so easy and sim ple that a child can do it. Your money back if not satisfied. Ion't delay! Send your order at once! Cut this advertise ment out, pin one dollar bill o,r money order and send tt ioday to ' Novelty Manufacturing Co., Room 18 Southern Bldg. Dept. 213, Tampa, Fla. GOETHE REPAIR SHOP In connection with United Auto Sales Co. First class auto re pairing prompt service prices right. In Old Empire Laundry Bldg. Phone 2099. Take a Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Alltf frank mr.i in -' Jv mull. ' 'J 23c Box. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY CEKTFAL PHARMACY Nonis Exquisite Candies. Best Hot Chocolate In the City. Phones 177178. New and used parts for almost any make of car. Send old parts to be duplicate! Automobile Wrecking Co- T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. , f ! 4Mp FOR SALE Large Stock, All Sizes Black, Galvanized and Extra Heavy PIPE Ship, Tank and Boiler PLATES: Purchased from Local Government Shipyards SHEETS Black and Galvanized Iron and Steel Bars, Bolts, Rivets SEAMAN &MENCKE Jacksonville, Florida. COTTON OIL HIGHER NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Cottonseed oil was a little soft at the outset in line with ho-s, product a:nd grains, but subsequently a sharp upturn took place on buying1 by houses with south, ern connections and short covering; on the strength displayed in cotton; closing bids were 20 to 26 points net higher. Sales, 3,900 barrels. Total tenders for January amounted to 14, 400 barrels. Prime crude, 6.00; prime summer yellow, spot, 8.00; 'March, 8.63; May, 9.04; July, 9.38, all bid. WHEAT IS DEPRESSED CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Conflicting in ferences drawn from an estimate of the probable carry-over in the four chief exporting countries had much to do with a depression In wheat prices today and also with a subse quent rally. The close was firm at 1-4 to 1 1-2 net higher with March 1.64 1-2 to 1.64 3-4 and May 1.54 to 1.54 1-2. Corn finished: 1-4 cent off to 3-8 cent advance. Oats unchanged to 1-8 cent lower" and provision down 2 to 20 cents. The Journal's Advertising Rate is the same to all. Teieohofi Want 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, v rug's, 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 wTritten for you and bill rendered later. COTTON MARKET SHOWS STRENGTH Better Manchester Conditions Cause Advance. NEW YORK, Jan. 27. The cotton market was higher today on reports of Improving' trade conditions in Man chester and of a better spot demand in the South. After selling at 14.85 early. May contracts reacted to 14.65 but advanced to 14.97 in the late trad ing and closed at 11.S5 with the gen eral market closing very steady at a net advance of 40 to 51 points. The opening advance of 21 to 33 points was due to the relatively firm showing of Liverpool. Several pri vate cables were received reporting a better tone in Lancashire and some better trade buying in Liverpool as well as covering. These advances were accompanied by reports of im proving conditions in India, where re cent riote have subsided and the buy ing was promoted by the firmness of foreign exchange. After showing net advances of about 28 to 34 points, the market eased under continued1 March liquidation and realizing, falling off from 14.66 to 14.45 for March and from" 15.03 to 14.90 'for July. There was not much southern selling, how ever, while sellers " of March were buyers of May and July, and the mar ket was firm during the afternoon on the report of a better demand for low grades in tho south, moderate trade buying and expectations of a com paratively firm showing by Liverpool again tomorrow. March advanced to 14.7 and July to 1529,-with the mar ket showing net gains of 34 to 62 points in the late trading. The better spot advices came from New Orleans and Little Rock and were colored by the fact that few southern selling or ders appeared around the local ring after the first half -hour. Bombay ad vices stated that the stock exchange, bullion and cotton markets there had been re-opened on January 25. Man chester cables reports cloths quiet but said there was a better demand for yarns. Port receipts today, 31,489. United States port stocks, 1,501,001. Export. 24.621, making 2,830,318 so far this season. The members of a curious tribe In New Guinea, called Agmambu, have web-feet whose skin" is as tender as blotting paper. e Your Ads JOURNAL 1 m ORLEANS COTTON QUIETLY STEADY Prices Are Hiflhar in Trading Throughout Day. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 27. Qul?t steadiness marked the trading in cot ton today and prices were higher in. all tho trading. In the last few min utes of the day in something of fltt improvement in the spot situation, both locally and in the interior, tho highest levels were Teached where March touched 14.30 and the more ac tive months were 38 to 53 points over the final prices. The close was steady at net gains of 48 to 53 points. In the earls part of the session buy Ing was based on a better Liverpool than due, the continued advance in sterling exchange and the favorable figures in the board of exchange state ment. At one time prices were decidely off from the early high levels and down to within 10 points of yesterday's close but a little later the market rallied strongly. Heaviest trading came' toward the close when it was obvious that pro fessional traders, who had been play ing for a reaction from the advance, were being forced to cover. DAILY COTTON TABLE Port Movement Middling Receipts Stock New Orleans ...14.25 5.0S2 464.05S Galveston 14.00 7.258 3S5.271. Mobile 14.00 571 2J2.666 Savannah 15.00 . 504 1,56,S76 Charleston 100 245.1SS Wilmington 32S 33,464 Texas City 2,460 Norfolk .14.00 775 " 70.365 Baltimore 4.310 Boston 13.63 12.30J Philadelphia ....15.23 42 6.278 New York ......15.00 S8.9SS Minor Ports 13,629 2.575 Totay today . Total for week. 28 689 1,499 125.00.1 3.984.943 rot Total for Interior Houston , Memphis Augusta . St. Louis season Movement 13.50 .'. .14.50 14.00 14.50 7,099 5.398 676 2.634 371, 3S3 163. 973 204 PJ.2 Atlanta 13.C3 Little Rock 14.50 Dallans 13.20 Montgomery 13.50 Total today . . 63,130 16,802 1.004.S94 to