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THE PENS A COLA JOURNAL, TUE SPAY MORNING, FEBRAUARY 8, 1921.
SEVEN a Th The Cost is But a Trifle and JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADS One Cent a Word in Advance ' On Rate to All Count the word In your adver tlnement and multiply by the num t.ei of titnen you desire it printed, remit accordingly. In counting words Include "To Let." "For Sale," "Wanted," etc., as well aa addresses. RATES No advertisement taken for less than 5 cents. BLACK FACE CAPS, LIKE THIS, TWO CENTS PER WORD. Paragraphed matter, line dashes, white rpace, classified display: 6c per line, 56c per Inch (12 lines make an Inch.) Regular advertisers with ledger ac count may have classified ads charged. Cancel orders should be fclven In writing, riever over the phone. Advertlners fhould give their home or postofflce address as well as their phone numbers, because many read ers have no telephones. Ifthe advertlner so desires, replies can bo sent to The Journal. FOR SALE FOTU TOI'S back curtains with two Pluto Klitfs windows. Complete and put on in your own garage lor f lti.tm. Write White Auto Shop, llox 4ji. l'en ntciU ,F1. FOIl SALK A l-room bungalow on 20 ucre tnict. nuital'lo for raising grapes, cane, winter gardens, divcrltld farm ing and chickens for $2l!"i.: '.(iof cash. U JL Jacotwon & Co., 818 S. 1'alafoxSt. . FOR SALE FOPO TOURING. CAR IN A-1 CONDITION CHEAP. APPLY A. M. WISE, CARE RHODES-COLLINS FURNITURE CO. 112 FOR SALE Cheap, house and two lots, on corner of M and Patterson, half block from Hchool house; house block from car station two blocks from ship yard. Appiy within. FOK BALK Will 11 or trade for real eHtate. one MaXwell coupe. In good condition. Phone 47 FOU SALE! OU TRADE One t.'nderwood Typewriter, excellent condition. P. O. Ilox 472. f FOR SALE CHEAP Second hand Ford Truck, In good condition, now In use. West Florida Grocery Co. corner Jeffer non and Cedar Sts. -7t FOR SALE Baby Grand Stein way piano, half price. Apply front office, San Carlos Hotel. FOR PALE ShotTand pony. Apply 1000 13. Gonzalez. tf FOR SALE Rolling top desk and spring chair priced for quick salo. Phone 24. 83 FOR SALE 144 Egg Cyphers Incubator. Apply 8u7 N. Reus St. Phone 2289. 85 FOR SALE -Good used Piano of stand ard make. Party leaving city. For particulars phone 2354. 98 FOR SALE One apan of young mules for sale. Will sell one or both with waffon or harness or without. 2420 W. Ceantca St. 73 FOR SALE Sinjrer hemstitching ma thlne; first class condition; $150.00. Thone .1396. 87 CA1UUCE and Hermuda Onion Plants, 14.00 thousand: five thousand or ovr, $1 50 per thousand. Plants ready now. Prompt service, satisfaction guaranteed. J. L. White. Tallahassee. Fla. FOR PALE One Rex typewriter In good condition. Price reasonable. Apply Journal office. FOR SALE Gns plate; several screen doors and windows. Phone 2316 32 Eat Gregory. FOR SALE Piano cheap. .Phone 139H. 8 FOR SALE Hourhnn Red Turkeys, Two Toms, weiRht about 13 pounds. $5.00 each. Address Mrs. W. A. Uowman, Muscogee, Fla. 83 FOR SALE Complete not of furniture. In good condition frr living room, din ing room. 2 bed rooms and kitchen; also dixhes and kitchen utensils. lrlce $250. with privilege of retting housu. Phone 1622, 4-5-6-7 1 Perkins Phonograph, worth $75.00, for $35.00 1 Converto Fourth, worth $60.00, 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 STOVE OR GRATE WOOD In any quantity call T. 3. Kennedy, phone 18. Doina the Duffs" TOM HAS TRIED TO KEEP SECRETS it Place of .West READ DAILY BY FOR SALE FOR SALE At a bargain, a tract of farm land on Flomaton road ten miles from city. Well drained, fertile and suitable for farming or fruit growing, in a good community. Will be sold in tracts of 20 to 40 acres, also highly improved tract of land near city with residence and modern improvements. Apply to Leroy V. Ilolsberry, 403 Thiesen Building, Phone 172. FOR SALE At a great sacrifice, my suburban home north of the city. 20 acres good soil, fenced chicken tight. One hundred and sixty-five large bear ing pecan trees, goorl crop every year. New rnodern six room bungalow furnish ed. Garage and servants' house. Six blocks from electric car line and graded school. Phone 1505, Hannah O. Haugh ton. R. A., Box 230C. Automobile Tops. Curtains and repairs; work done in your own parage. Write for estimates and samples. White Auto Top Co., Box 457. Pensaoola, Fla. OR RENT FOR RENT Nicely furnished front looms for housekeeping. 222 North Barcelona St. Phono 1391. 34 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for IlKht housekeeping. 806 South G St.. Fishcrville. s 96 FOR RENT Furnished room, 402 W. Gregory. I 'hone 1340. 37 FOR RENT Furnished bouse, five rooms and bath. Modern, near bav, bayou and East Hill car lino. Phono 1708. 3G FOR RENT Two connecting rooms for light housekeeping. 211 West Garden St.. 4-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms and garage. 206 West Gregory. 4-5-G FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms, 110 S. Florida Blanca. Mrs. Abbott. FOR RENT Rooms close in. Electric lights, hot water. Phone 2432. 122 W. Chase. FOR RENT North Hill two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern conveniences, 1120 N. Pa laox St. Phone 167. tf FFRNISHEO ROOM for rent apply 35 East Gregory'- 116 FURNISHEP ROOM new and modern; also apartment completely furnished for light housekeeping near business center. 30C E. Komana. Phone 22U1. LODGE NOTICES Masonic Hall, Warrington, Fla. a Regular communication of Na val Jxjdge No. 24, F. & A. M.. f Tuesday Feb. 8, at 7;30 p. m. vi,A Work in E. A. degree. Visiting ' v " brothers rraternally Invited. LEWIS MARSHALL, W. M. . WM. F. HANSEN Secy. LODGE NOTICE Regular communication of Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M., -Thursday, February 10th at 7:30 P. M. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. J. S. HAYES. It. C. WHITE. W. M. Secretary. MASONIC TEMPLE Special communication of Es cambia Lodge No. 13, F. & A. M.. Tuesday. February 8th, at 7:30 P. M. Work in the M. M. degree. Vlsitin brothers fra ternally invited. WM. FISHER. P. I. RICHARDS, M. Secretary. MASONIC TEMPLE Special communication of Escambia Lodge. No. 15, F. A. M., Wednesdav. February 9th, at 7:30 P. M. Work in the E. A. degree. Visiting brothers fra ternally Invited. WM. FISHER F. D. RICHARDS. y. m. Secretary. NOTICE. ANSWERS TO WANT ADS FOR THE FOLLOWING ARE ' AWAITING YOU AT THE JOURNAL OFFICE: H 32; W. 16; Purchaser, 4;Box XX, 10; House, 5; and several for the following: M. M.J Gun; 14; Hill; 1500; M. D.; D.C.; H. H. B.S 54; 67, W. C. A.; Dentist; XIX; Wood Products. TRANSFER Storage BORAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARS HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALU KINDS OF HAULING. YOUR BUSI. NESS SOLICITED. White Transfer Co. Phone 1960 Business Appreciated Light wood Furnished Promptly TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICB Thone 710 MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY ' SAW TOM. THE HAVE DECIDED TO FLOAT A &5O.0OO SEVEM PERCENT DOMO ISSUE - s of I WISH NOD YJOOLD WORK OUT SOME PIAN TO ADVERTISE IT IM EVERN HOME IM THE 30,000 PEOPLE the Results are Unequaledl UISHER WRITE LIFE INSURANCE 918 PHONES 919 WANTED WANTED To buy. rent or lease, 5 or complete 10 acre-s in cultivation with dwelling house, within a few miles of town. Will pav cash if conditions and locality are ideal. For information phone 2263. W. N. Watson. 4-7t WANT to exchange new Remington Typewriter for new Underwood Type writer. Phone 46. 25 SEWING. MACHINES. AN. STRING instruments repaired. Phone 851. J. H. Blakesley. 16 East Garden St. 811 WANTED Stoves repaired of all kind. By S. R. Likes. Phone 1332, 829 E, DeLrton St. WANTED Boarder's. Nice clean rooms . and good home cooking. Men only. 123 West Government St. 77 WANTED To buv a Ford in good con dition. P. O. Box 828. 5-3t MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON RcAL ESTATE. We lend money on Real Estate in the city on short notice. Please state In application if you have an Abstract of T'Ue to the property. Call and see us THE WATSO..V AGENCY, Ino., 7 South Palafox St DRESSMAKING WANTED Sewing and alterations. 313 West Gregory. -3t LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Is hereby given that the un dersigned, executrices of the estate of Mary N. Lovelace, deceased, will, on the 30th day of March, A. D., 1921, presemt their final acccunt and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Flor ida and ask to be discharged from their said executorship. Jany. 25th., 1921. DORA STEWART. MOLLIE LASKEY. Jan. 25, 1021. oaw9w Execiitrices. In Escambia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In ChAncery. . A. Dora Roden, complainant, vs. R. E. L. Roden, Defendant. On Monday, the 7th day of March. A. Tj., 1921, the defendant, R. E. L. Roden. is rfc-uirel to appear to the bill filed against .him herein. This order to be published one each week for eight (8) consecutive weeks in the P'easacola Journal. . (Seal) JAS. MAOGIBBON, Clerk Circuit Court. By M. U BELL. D. C. . Pensacola, Fla.. January 7th, 1921. 232G 9Jan-oaw-8w NOTICE is hereby given that the un dersigned, administrator of the estate of Willard T. Lusk, deceased, will, on the 30th. day of March, A. D.. 1921. present his final account and vouchers to the County Judge of Escambia County, Flor ida, and ask to be discharged from his said administration. Janv. 25th. 1921.- J. W. LUSK. Administrator. Jan. 25. 1921. oaw9w . LOST AND FOUND LOST T"oming from school, child's sil ver vanity case with name and address inside. Evelyn McGrath, 215 E. Govern ment. I'lease return to 215 E. 'Govern ment St. REWARD for return to 240 West Gar tlen, leather case containing serial re ceipt pad and rosaries. 11 7 LOST Diamond cluster set in platmum on East Hill car. Return to 1007 East Gadsden and receive reward. 31 FOUND Strange cow, brown streak on back, hole in right ear. Owner can have same by calling on Fred Smith, Little Bayou, and paying for thi.s ad. 35 LOST One Pointer puppv about eight months old. White with several lem on colored spots. Suitable reward will be paid on return to J. W. Malone, 126 West Jackson St. Phone 456. 13 LOST Saturday nieht "In or near the Isis theatre one cameo brooch. Finder please return to 902 East Blount and re ceive reward. New " and Used part for almost any make of car. Send old parts to be duplicated. Automobile Wrecking Co Take a Dyspepsia Tablet Before ond After I Each Meal. 25c Box. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY DIRECTORS OP THIS MRU CITV! w iimiiii mi y'lmiwil x "7s Florida BRO H535 SALESMEN SALES-BOARD SALESMAN Sideline or, regular. 5c assortments on new plan to country stores. Good salesmen make $50.00. a day. Unrestricted territory. Write for salesman outfit. Empire Mfg. Co., Norfolk, Va. HELP MALE WANTED Assistant bookkeeper, either male or female. State experience and salary expected. Address 'W," in care Journal. WANTED A delivery bov with bicycle. Appiy 212 S. PaJafo. street. HELP FEMALE WANTKD Colored woman for general housework. Apply 1320 E. Lee-st., af ter 9 a. m. tf WANTED Competent cook. Elkan, 1011 N. Barcelona. Mrs. M. J. 79 SILK CRAZE SEEMS TO BE AT HEIGHT Women Find Every Article of Created from Silk. Apparel (By Lady Betty.) NEW YORK, Feb. 7. With the big spring fashion shows already in re hearsal, every feminine minf is work ing more or less on the problem of se- lecung evening ifocks, kowiis. nesnKees. that of gold for which it sold then underthings, lounging costumes, waist- j poun(i for poun(j coats, hosiery, millinery or veils. J From the Que;n of sheba and cleo. While the new styles are undeniably ! patra to the Women of today is a fal, attractive, the big question that must reach but through that span of centur be satisfactorily settled before much les sik has held its Bupremacy and the uuiiig can ue saieiy uune, wncuier n ue. or reatiy maae tnings or or materials for custom or "home preparation is; "What will the favorite fabric be?" The answer seems to be silk. We have had linen years, madras years, other silk years, cotton years, and during the war, a gingham year. Now silk is to return to a place that it once held, and never entirely lost, in the hearts of women. Manufacturers study the style whims and inclinations of women a great deal more closely than most people realize and -the prodaction-in this, country last year of more than 1500,000,000 In Bilks seems to pretty clearly indicate that tliey are convinced that women want silk more than they want -any other ! fabric. This really means- only that J women have decided upon Bilk and that : the manufacturers have sensed that de- ' cision and produced accordingly and the j decision of the women of the country j is nnai on any matter or style or laD ric. The advanced styles now beihg shown in the leading shops are made up fil- 1 most entirely in silk from brassiers 10 i evening frocks while the spring hats just, arriving from Paris and those ere-j ated here are trimmed with silk used 1 in novel ways. It seems probable, too, that silk shoes will be used this year for street wear as well as a part of the evening costume. In hosiery, while silk will predominate, the more expen sive lines will be plain and of the heavier grades of silk without fanciful designs. The 'woman chief designer for one of the famous modists of the day is an analytical student of the matrons and debutantes for whom she is called upon to exercise her art. She 'declares that there is a strong psychological angle to the appeal of silk to women and her views are at least interesting. In experiments made durihg the past six: weeks with domestic and imported fabrics of many kinds and always of the very best quality, she has discovered, so she asserts, that from children of 12 or 14 up to dowagers, all of her sex pre fer silk for the same reason, differently expressed. She found it difficult to put this universal reason Into a phrase and it is even more difficult to record it at second hand, as it were. The children frankly said that it. made them feel "dressed up;" the tiebutantes said that it -made them feel properly equipped; the matrons declared it "such good form" and the dowagers expressed the belief that silk was a dignifid and proper fab ric for those who are no longer young and that it had the advantage of last ing so well that they did' not have to bother about new gowns every little T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. i'l rss - I jilt ijJ Ej 'ill while just as they were getting accus tomed to their favorite ones. Many women prefer other fabrics nnre expensive than silk but it - is doubtful whether they get the same satisfaction of feeling sartorially the equal of any whom they may meet. ,The psychology of silk has played a very important part in world history. Jt has caused wars and St has prevent war. It has been the delicate but strong cord by which the chariot of civilization has been drawn forward in ,many 'parts of the world since the time when it served to bring into closer relationship the many isolated principalities of Europe through commercial interests; It is responsible for the discovery of America because Queen Isabella sent ' Columbus out in quest of a shorter passage to the sources of silk in the Orient. When silk was first known In Europe royal edicts prohibited Its use by any except royalty and the specially favored of the various courts. This aroused the serfs to civil warfare. At other times the great need of one nation or another for expert silk weavers led to wars in which the chief prizes of the. victoTs were silk weavers and supplies of silk. Cleopatra realized the psychological at tributes of silk. Then Caesar sent An thony into Egypt to conquer it. Cleo patra knew that her armies were neith er strong enough nor sufficiently well equipped to defeat Anthony in battle. Therefore she fell back upon her belief in her personal charms but at that 6he was not. willing to risk her empire on her beauty and her siren attributes and powers alone. She called upon the psy chology of silk and as Anthony marched at the head of hi3 troops upon her cita del city, slaves draped her throne' room with the most treasured silks in her possession and when he arrived the stage was set for his reception in silk and history tells the result in the cap ture of Anthony by Cleopatra. Anthony saw the woman but not the woman alone. He saw the setting of silk and was Influenced as anyone is today' when shown a beautiful diamond sparkling in its naked purity upon a piece of silk ! plush. I When the Queen of Sheba travelled to the court of Solomon to learn direct 1 from him how he so successfully ruled : h- domain and his household affairs ai. to gain from him definite proofs of; his reputed wisdom, she carried gifts to him, as was the custom. Jewels and precious metals were in the copper bound treasure chests that" her slaves placed at the feet of the man of many interests, but the most dazzling of her gifts were the rolls of silk and the silken garments perfumed with breath of a thousand flowers. Sne wanted information and guidance which she was none too sure that Solo mon would be willing to give, so she re inforced her diplomacy with silk which was at that time about 970 B. C. still ) so rare that Us charm was greater than reason Is WOtnan GONVINCiNG PROOF That Lydia E. Pinkhgm's Vegetable Compound Has Extraordinary Curative Power in Cases of Woman's Ailments Columbus, O. "I suffered very much pain during my monthly periods and telt weaK and an run down. I tried many remedies and the doctor said I would have to have an op eration. Then be fore my baby wa3 born I had terrible pains in my sides. I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and it helped me wonder fully. I have had two children since I began taking your medicine and did all of my own worK in cluding washing while carrying them. I can also recommend Lydia E. Pkik ham's Sanative Wash. You may use this letter as a testimonial if you wish. " Mrs.THOMAS L. Christy, 704 West Mound St., Columbus, Ohio. Such a condition as Mrs. Christy was in points directly to a deranged condition of a woman's system, and oy following her example taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, women may be relieved from such ailments and be re stored to normal health and strength just as she was. If there is anything about your condi tion you do not understand write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., in regard to your health. f For Sick Headache Constipation. Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Riliousness, Bloating, Ga, Coated Tongue, take that wholesome physic fOLEY.CATHARTIC TABLETS Act promptly. Never disappoint. Mild sod gentle in action. Do not gripe or nauseate. No ccitive after effect. v t Mr. Sweet Cl.ry. Ante. V. t "I had b.d lieidche and took two Foley Cathartic Tableia. lo a abort while, mr beadatopped achinft. Sold Everywhere Tom. wave, voo Thought M J MORE A500T THAT PUBLICITY STUNT I SPOKE TO V0L TVUS M0RNIW6? HALF OF THE UTBURSTS of EVERETT TRUE! by THAT 5 Voo ain In THe eveisHjssc. (ajhX to nel xou ant e , -l t. : i. il'. - - i- - 1 M f fj . r gfj-" all, riqht!'. Au. T?i2HTJ!i X'cc TACK i I'LL TACKiii vvHAT Do You tAAKiT MB To f You've Scnp Th is (I f s f'r. Port of Pensacola VESSELS IN PORT Rig. Flag. Tons Name From S.S. (Am.) 31 IS Ascutney .. Mejillones S.S. (Span) 4118 Infanta Isabel , Ualvestoi Lake Fanbush ... Talcahuano LakeFithlan N. Orleans Teirot Hamburg Curvoa Oporto Diamantino Oporto Marlon L Barbados S.S. (Am.) 1614 S.S. (Am.) 1?79 S.S. (Br.) 2108 Sen. (For) 280 Sch. (Por) 286 Sch. (Br.) S.S. (Br.) 2,298 S.S. (Am.) 3.844 S.S. (Spn) 1.802 Euterpe Naples Hartford Mobile Inoceclo Figaredo Tampa Hastings New Bayou Chifio New Carlton ....New Orleans S.S. (Am.) 3.364 S.S. (Am.) 8.300 S S. (Am.) 3.40'f S.S. (Am.) 2,639 S.S. (Hon) 825 Bk. (Ital.) 1,23.1 A.S. (Nor) S47 A.S. (Br.) 649 Lau.el ........ Mobile) Yoro .... New Orlears Rosa M. ... Barbadoes Washington. Barbadoes Celeste D. Havana Havana A.S. (Am.) 627 A.S. (Am.) 1.040 Santa Rosa Willis A. Holden .... . Havana . . Mar.atl Matanzas Sch. (Am.) 727 Bagdad Sch (Am ) 1,159 " Chas. H. McDowell . . Sch. (Am.) 205 Henry It. Chamberlain Cuba Bkt. (Spn) Ron Rasenc'o Havana Bkt. (Dan) 197 Heimdal Larient Bge (Am.) 531 Palafox ... Cienfuegas S.S. (Am.) 4,544 Wm. A. McKen- ney Mejillones P5C2SE r r ublishers and Printers NOTICE For Sale Linotype Matrix On account of standardizing our type faces, we have the following matrix equipment for sale at a great bargain. -Some of the fonts may be short in a few letters, but a mat t ter of a few dollars will bring the fonts up to standard. 1 Font 7 Point No. 28 with Normand No. 4 Price. . .$30.00 1 Font 8 Point No. 28 with Normand No. 4 Price. . .$40.00 1 Font 8 Point Roman with Gothic Price .$30.00 1 Font 12 Point Old Style with Antique No. 1 Price . $60.00 1 Font 10 Point Roman with Italics Price $50.00 Pensacola, Fla. ans HOW DID 0 V vni i no IT" r ABOUT K ,X Myvw:1'1 T"""?. . I . L WAS A SECRET. 1 J CON DO J, IvHGN M'Oo'ie HOMI Dorj'T xou talk to ReATReAi. : AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Just what you want: Por table garages. See me. J. N. Andrews, Real Estate, Rent and Loans, 111 N. Palafox; phone 404. CENTRAL PHARMACY Morris Exquisite Candies, nest Hot Chocolate In the City. Phones 177178, GOETHE REPAIR SHOP In connection with United Auw Sales Co. First class auto re pairing prompt service prtcef right. In Old Empire Laundry Bldg. Phone 2099. OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY CANDIES SOFT DRINKS CIGARS 12 S. Palafox Phone 461 2S I CALLED WIFE UP AMD TOLD HE& AVOUT ( IT AMO 5AID IT 1 . -3'