THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1921
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One perfectly new Willys
Knight Sedan, 1921 model,
never used, price $2750.00.
JOHN D. PALMER
, White Swan Laundry,
First National Bank.
One Olds 6 Touring $550.00
One Olds 0 Touring $375.00
One Dodge Truck $475.00
One Olds 8 Touring $700.00
One Republic Truck $350.00
1 Cadellso 4 Pass $2,500.00
Jackson Touring ..$200.00
TERMS IF DESIRED
United Auto Sales Co.
IKR SALE Gulf Beach Highway. 17
and 13 acres for sale I The moat beau
tiful lots, each 350-ft. front on the Big
Bayou and on the Gulf Beach Highway.
JjmnA Is gently rolling, suitable for resi
dence, colony, hotel site, sanitarium,
Ioad house, etc. Inquire of Karl Kitler.
I. No, 1, Box 83, Pensacola. Fla. 3t
J'OR SALIC Two doves and one buck
rabbin and 13 small bunnies. Apply
Mrs. J. B. O'Neal. 1218 N. Oullernarde.
FOR SALE: Uatchnlg rggs and breeding
cockerels from our trapnested 250-301
egg Single Comb White Leghorns. The
best laying and paying stock in Dixie.
Fifteen eggs $3.00; per hundred $15.00.
Cockerels now only $5.00. The Krlewald
Farm, Box O, Foley. Ala.
FOR SALE Ford Touring Cv, first class
condition. Barker Tire & Tube Co.
118 N. Palafox.
FOR SALE Fifteen foot boat. . New 2
1-2 H. P. Standard engine. Just over
hauled. Speed 10 miles per hour. $150
ssh. Pvt. F. D. Lawson, 8th Band, Ft.
FOR SALE Johnson Grass Hay for sale.
Unlimited quantity, trade guaranteed.
JI- 11. Frazler, 11 axon, Alabama.
FOR 8ALD Several new and used Ford
bodies. All styles. Priced to sell. Call
114. J. D. Anderson. Ford Dealer. 414
FOR SALK Pure sweet milk. Gilmore
Dairy. Phone 6404, County Operator.
FOR SALE Several Ford touring cars
slightly used. Priced to sell. Call
1914. J. D. Anderson, Ford Dealer. 413
FINE WOOD T. S. KENNEDY. 18.
FOR RALE $125.00 Brunswick Phono
graph and one dozen records, $70. 00.
Apply 120 W. Wrlght-st.
FOR BALE The Board of Publio In
struction Invites bids up to 11 o'clock.
April 16, 1921, for the purchase of a store
building, out buildings and yard fence on
the premises at 805 N. 12th Ave. A. S.
Edwards, School Supt. 7t
FOR SALE At sacrifice. New No. 5
Underwood typewriter. Used only four
months. Cash or trms. P. O. Box 472.
TWO large fire and burglar proof safes
for sale at a bargain. See Albert Klein,
the Duffs "
That Don't Speak
For the Boss' Cigars
1 1 M iii ii mrm ) i
Market-Place f West
Special Bargain, 1921 four
Terms if desired
United Auto Sales Co.
FOR SALE At a great sacrifice, my
suburban home north of the city.
Twenty acres Food soil, fenced chicken
tight. One hundred and sixty-five larg
bearing pecan trees; good crop every
year. New modern, six-room bungalow,
furnished. Garage and servants' house.
Six blocks from electric car line and
graded school. Lee Daniel, 202 S. Pala
fox St. Phone 64.
FOR SALE Six room bungalow. Apply
E2S E. Zarragossa St. Phono 1008. 7t
FOR SAhB One largo ice box, slide top.
Only used one month. Apply 136 E.
FOR SALE BUICK SIX ROADSTER,
1920 MODEL, WHITE WIRE WHEELS
FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS, SPOT
LIGHT, CLOCK AND ALL MODERN
ATTACHMENTS; CORD TIRES. ALL
OVER; SPARE WHEEL AND TIRE IN
A-1 CONDITION.. .APPLY L. B.GUTT
MAN, CARE L. E. NOBLES AND COM.
PANY. .PRICE $1700.. .PHONE 790
FOR SALE One single shot 22 calibre
rifle and one Solar bicycle lamp. Lit
tle used. J7.50. Address P. O. Box 210.
FOR SAIJM)ne Dodge truck In excell
ent condition. Can be seen at 504 E-Moreno-st.
or will take a Ford Touring
car as part trade.
WANTED Touring Car. Pav good price
on our terms. Paper Mill Supplies Co.
363 Brent Bldg.
WE make newscaoer and catalogue
cuts from photographs or drawings,
at the right prices. The Service En
graving Co.. Montgomery. Ala.
POSITION WANTED Experienced ste
nographer desires position. Will con
sider place out of town. Best of refer
ences. Address Miss B. C. care Journal.
POSITION WANTED As stenographer;
2 1-2 years' experience. Can furnish
reference. Phone 2338.
BE A DETECTIVE Excellent Oppor
tunity, good pay, travel. Write C. T.
Ludwig, 802 Westover Bldg., Kansas City,
WAN TEI Aji experienced man to work
on a dairy. A. J. Ranaley, Contonment,
Fla., Route A, Box 61; Phone 6006.
WANTED An office bov. Apply room
604 American National Bank Building.
WANTED Competent cook to go to New
York, first class references necessarv.
Phone 1147. St
WANTED Several single girls over IS
years of age who can furnish good ref
erence to act as salesladies. Apply at
S. H. Kress & Company.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND One bay mare. Owner can
have same by paying expense and
proving property. M. Henderson, Box 7,
LOST Green gold cuff link, engraved
V. C. M.; reward. Return to flutter
LOST Liberal reward for return of one
female pointer dog, white with red
spots to W. A. Shields 1403 East Blount
st. Phone 2362.
STRAYED Sunday, big sorrel blazeface
mare. Last seen Tuesday at Bayview.
$5.00 reward if returned to A. D. Adcock
Goulding. or R. G. Phillips, Fig City.
J Special communication of Es-
eambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A.
1 Jt M., Friday, prll lnth, at 7:30 p.
IrSJr m. Work in the M. M. Degree.
Sojourning brothers fraternally Invited.
WM. FISHER. W. M.
F. D RICHARDS. Secy.
BRING vour lawn mowbrs to Fomlson's
Blacksmith Shop, 101 B. Garden, to be
overhauled, sharpened and set up ready
for the season. A good lawn mbwer
makes hard work easy. 306
FORD TAXI CO.
Bayview Park, 25c
FORD CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR
Jlty Trips, 25c. Navy Yard Trips, $2.00
M L. & N. Depot. Pensacola, Fla.
WHAT'S THE MATTER,
TOM - WHY DON'T
VOU GO HOME?
the Results are Unequaled
Write Accident Insurance.
918 PHONES 919
FOR RENT A COMPLETELY FUR.
I NISHEO THREE OR FOUR. ROOM
I APARTMENT WITH BATH AND ALL
MODERN CONVENIENCES, CABINET
1 GAS RANGE, BUILT-IN CUPBOARDS,
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, HOT WATER.
FOR RENT Large room and kitchenette
complete for housekeeping. Apply 310
ROOMS FOR RENT Apply 35 E. Wright
street, or telephone 1679.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, hot
and cold running water Bath. 7 W.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment, mod
ern conveniences. 802 E. Moreno-st.
Phone 2403 M
FOR RENT Room with board for two
gentlemen. 1306 E. Jackson-st. Phone
FOR RENT Two or three furnisjied
light housekeeping rooms, next to bath.
Gas and phqne. Southern exposure. 1007
E. Gadsden. Phone 1922 or 742
FOR RENT Three room cottage with
bath, electric lights, gwis and screens,
nicely furnished. Apply 322 N. Baylen.
FOR RENT One furnished room for one
or two gentlemen. 225 E. Government
FOR RENT Five room cottage, fur
nished except linen and silver. 1418 E.
Gadsden. Write T. J. Untreiner, De Fu
niak Springs, Fla.
FOR RENT On north Hill, entire up
stairs, completely furnished for house
keeping. Bath, lights, gas, and phone.
Phone 438. '
FOR RENT An apartment consisting of
two bedrooms, kitchenette and private
bath. On North Hill. One block from
car line. Phone 1390
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms, all modern conveniences; on car
line. 225 E. Government. 7t
FOR RTT Newly furnished apartment;
kitchen, dining room, bed room, bath,
electric lights, southern exposure; three
blocks from San Carlos. 18 N. Reus.
FOR RENT Bungalow flat, unfurnished;
kitchen, dining room, bed room, den,
private bath and porch; large closets,
electric lights, south, east and north ex
posures. 18 N. Reus. Phone 854.
FOR RENT Furnished upstairs apart
ment, at 131 E. Gregory-st. No chil
dren. FOR RENT Room, connecting bath. 109
FOR RENT--Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. One
sleeping room. On car line. 1107 E.
Jackson-st. Phone 151 S1.
FOR RENT Five-room flat, furnished;
reasonable rent to right party. 1704
North Tenth-ave. Phone 2070.
FOR RENT Large furnished room,
southern exposure; garage. 516 N. Pal-afox-st.
FOR RENT Two nice, connecting
housekeeping rooms. Everything con
venient; at 216 E. Government-st.
FURNISHED HOUSE. SIX ROOMS
AND BATH, MODERN.- CORNER
SPRING AND GREGORY STS. APPLY
MRS. S. A. FRIEDMAN, 206 W. GREG
ORY. FOR RENT Rooms for sleeping, one
block from car. 1401 E. Blount.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished apart
ment. 810 E. Gadsden-st. Phone 1516.
FOR RENT Housekeeping apartments.
214 W. Gregory St.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
We lend money on 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 us.
THE WATSON AGENCY, Inc.,
? South Palafox 8L
ana a c tri nccfd on
PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND Wa"r!
HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALU
KINDS OF HAULINu, YOUR BUST
TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE
The Journal's , Advertising
Rate is the same to alL
MY WIFE TOLD ME
TO BRING SOME
THING HOME AMD
I CAN'T REMEMBER
WHAT IT WAS
Neither the Masters. Owners
T or Consignees of the British
T'ttrm- BS Greystoke Castle will be re
1 sponsible for debts contracted
bv the crew of said vosapl
GULF TJRANSIT COMPANY, Consignees
ORA A. RIED, Master
Neither the Owners or Con
signees of American schooner
. . 1 TT HI I . ... 1
fjj "fc ua.H. xi. jicuowfu win De
tracted by crew of vessel.
AtiMOUK FERTILIZER WORKS,
GULF TRANSIT CO.,
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Commissioners of the city of
Pensacola. Fla., up to 2 o'clock p. m.
Monday April 18th, 1921, for furnishing
the Water Department of the City, the
following articles, to-wit:
Forty-six Hundred (4600') feet Class
"B" Cast Iron Bell & Spigot Water
Thirty-five Hundred (3500 lb.)pounds of
Ten (10) Bell & Spigot Crosses six (6")
Twenty-four (24) six (6") inch Plugs.
Three Hundred (300 lbs) pounds calk
Six (6) Hub End, Double Wedge,
Water Gate Valves, with brass trim
ming. Five (5) Fire Hydrants, three (3") foot
bury, six (6") Inch Bell, Four (4")
Inch Valve, with two (2) two and one
half (2 1-2") Inch Hose connections,
open to left, Pensacola, Fla. thread.
Said Hydrants to be either Mathews
or Columbia Iron Works manufacture
Prices to be F. O. B. at point of ship
ment. Bidder may quote prices on any item
as a whole, or tho entire lot.
Proposals to be addressed to L. E.
Helnberg. City Clerk, and endorsed "Bid
for Water Pipe Department."
As it is imperative that the City lay
the above mains Immediately, it is or
dered that emergency bids be received
umler Section 33. of the City Charter.
The right is reserved to reject any or
By order of the Board of Commission
rs. GEO. H. HINRICHS,
Commissioner of Streets
Attest: and Public Works
L. IE. HEINBERG, City Clerk.
TO THE HOLDSRS OF FIRST MORT
GAGE 6 PER GENT GOLD BONDS
OF PENSACOLA HOTEL COM
PANY, DUE JANUARY 1ST. 1929
The undersigned, successor trustee un
der the mortgage given to seucre the
above described issue of bonds, desires
under authority of said mortgage, to ex
pen dthe sum of Five Thousand Sixty
Four Dollars and Thirty Cents ($5,064.30)
in the purchase of bonds of said issue,
provided such purchase can i nits opin
ion now be made advantageously.
Sealed offers of said bonds may be sent
to the office of the undersigned TRUST
DEPARTMENT, 60 Broadway, New York
City, on or before April 20th, 1921 at
twelve oclock noon.
Bonds accepted must be delivered on
April 22nd, or security furnished that
day, if required, that delivery will be
made within ten days. The right is re
served by the undersigned to reject any
and all offers.
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
By GEORGE E. WARREN, Vice Presi
dent. Dated. New York, April 1st, 1921.
In Escambia County Circuit Court
State of Florida In Chancery.
Grace Odell vs. Henry Odell.
On Saturday, the 30th day of April,
A. D., 1921, the defendant, Henry Odell'
is required to appear to the bill filed
against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four (4) consecutive weeks in
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub
lished In said Escambia County
Clerk Circuit Court.
By M. L. BELL, D. C.
Pensacola, Fla., March 22. 1921
The Pensacola Girls Atheletic asso
ciation meeting last night elected as
officers for the coming year: Miss Isa
bella Ingraham, president; Miss Thel
ma Hudson, vice-president; Miss Bar
bara Hoffman, secreary; Miss Tessie
Morgan, treasurer. '
Mew and used parts for almost any
make of car. Send old parts to be
duplicated. Automobile Wrecking Co .
T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
Here Tom, light this
cigar. ! it mav help
you to think what
IT 15 I.
YOU KNOW WHAT
IT MEANS TO FORGET
Defeats Little Rock In the First Inning
by Bunching Hits.
LITTLE ROCK. April 14 Memphis de
feated Little Kock 2 to 0 in the opening
game of the season today by bunching
two singles, a double and a sacrifice in
the first inning.
The score: R. H. E.
Memphis , 200 000 000 2 6 1
Little Rock 000 000 0000 1 8
Tuero and Hangling; Jonnard, Ingram
Birmingham Outhlts Nashville.
BIRMINGHAM, April 14. Outhitting
the visitors, Birmingham took a com
manding lead in the first four innings of
today's game with Nashville, winning
The score: R. H. E.
Birmingham 201 200 00 5 10 0
Nashville 000 021 0003 7 1
Warmouth, Mela and Jonnard; New
ton, Gallagher and Gooch.
New Orleans Takes Second.
NEW ORLEANS, April 14. Tom Phil
lips hurled masterly ball against Chatta
nooga here today and New Orleans took
the second game of the series 4 to 0.
The score: R. H. E.
Chattanooga 000 000 00 0 2 2
New Orleans 100 010 20 1 11 1
Vines and Neiderkorn; Phillips and De
berry. Mobile Takes Another.
MOBILE, April 14. Mobile won again
today from Atlanta 3 to 1, in a well
The score: R. H. E.
Atlanta 001 000 0001 6 3
Mobile 000 111 00 3 7 3
Markle, Koneman and Fuhrman; Ellis
SAILING RACES TO
BE ON OLD COURSE
Absence of Two Members o" Race
Committee Causes Change in
Two races are scheduled for the fish
i class boats of the Pensacola Yacht
club fleet this afternoon, the races to
be held off Palafox docks, as usual.
It was originally planned to hold the
races off Brent island, but owing to
the absence from the city of two mem
bers of the race committee, It was
found inconvenient to change the
A clas3 A event will be held at 2:30
o'clock, the skippers being J. En
strom, Langfordand Dan Shepard.
At 8:30 o'clock an expert race will be
held, the skippers being Cottrell, Wat
son and Witherell.
LOOKING OVER SITES
FOR THE BIG FIGHT
JERSEY CITY, April 14. Tex Ri
card today examined several proposed
sites here for the Dempsey-Carpen-tier
fight, but left without making
any statment as to tho advantages
offered. Officials of the chamber of
commerce, after a luncheon at which
he was the guest, declared that Rick
ard had a conference several days ago
with Mayor Hague, in which it was
virtually settled this city would be
chosen for the fight.
FOUR RUNS SCORED ON
FOUR PITCHED BALLS
CHARLOTTE, N. C, April 14. The
Charlotte club of the South Atlantic
league today hung up a mark for other
baseball teams to shoot at by scoring
four runs on four pitched balls against I
the Winston-Salem Piedmont league!
club. After three batters had hit safe-j
lv rm the first three balls thrown!
them, Shortstop O'Connell, the fourth
batter, met the pitcher's Initial offer
ing for a home run, clearing the
CA PA BLANC A WINS
Fl EVENTH GAME
blanca. the Cuban
14. Jooseph Capa-I
expert, won the '
eleventh game in the
international chass j
match shortly after
Emanuel Lasker, the
signed. Dr. Lasker
midnight when Dr. j
German master, re- j
failed to make his ,
This is the third'
game which has been
won by the Cuban .
CHICAGO, April 14. For the first
time in quite a while buying in the
grain markets broadened somewhat
today and liquidation gave evidence
of having perhaps spent its force. All
deliveries of wheat and corn, after
touching new low record prices for
the season, rallied to above yesterday's
finish. Wheat, however, failed to hold
the advance and closed weak, 1 to 1 3-4
cents net lower. Corn gained 1-8 to
5-8 net, and oats a shade to l-25-8.
Provisions lost 17 to 35 cents.
IT WASN'T HER 0
NEW HAT WAS IT?
OR A PAIR OF 5H0E5?
t ' ' ' , ' ' 1 . ' ' -
The Latest Wire Reports on Cotton,
, Bonds, Stocks, Etc.
DAILY COTTON TABLE
Middling Receipts Stock
New Orleans ...11.00 2,896 400,372
Galveston 11.35 7,004 312,494
Mobile 10.37 83 17,048
Savannah 11.50 1,276 152.971
Charleston 101 247,506
Wilmington 10.50 175 30.954
Norfolk 11.25 606 100.168
Boston 12.30 232 10,700
Philadelphia ....12.25 5,920
New York 12.00 125,019
Minor porta .... 500 2,070
Total today .., 12,799 1.418,435,!
Total for week.. 83,974
Total for season. 5,133,499
Houston 10.65 7,452 345,034
Memphis ..11.25 1,566 255,136
Augusta 11.00 772 142,652
St. Louis 11.50 2,432 30,575
Little Rock 10.50 6S6 67,931
Montgomery .... 10.50
Total today .. 12,888 941,328
U NAVAL STORES 31
The spirit market was firm at 49 l-2c
with sales of 41 casks.. Receipts, 10;
shipments, 0;, stocks, 5,629.
The rosin market was firm with sales
of 278 barrels. Receipts, 0; shipments,
0; stocks, 59,120;
Quotations N to K, 3.90; I, 4.00; II,
to D, 3.95; B, 3.85.'
JACKSONVILLE, April 14. Turpen
tine Strong, 50511-4e; sales, 372;
receipts, 52; shipments, 410; stock,
Rosin Firm; sales, 345; receipts,
171; shipments, 525; stoek, 174,098.
Quotations B, 3.60; D to I, 4.00; K?
4.30; M, 4.35; N, 4.50; WO. 4.65; WW,
SAVANNAH, April 14. Turpentine
Firm, 50 l-2c; sales, 222: receipts,
97; shipments, 11; stock, 4,876.
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,276; receipts,
255; shipments, 10; stock, 78,943.
Quotations B, 3.90; D to II. 3.90
4.00; I, 3.954.00; K, 4.00(f?4.10; M,
4.10; N, 4.204.30; WO, 4.50; WW, 5.00.
Office 13 N. Palafox, Next Door to San Carlos
Hotel. Phone 618.
We specialize in Crating, Shipping and
Storing Furniture. Also operate a first class
Fire and Rat-Proof Storage Warehouse. . . .
THE UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD
EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION
Invites Tenders on
Topside Paints, Varnishes, Cements,
Shellacs, Oils, Etc.
Sealed bids will be received until April 26, 1921, 2 p. m., and will
then be opened and read publicly in the office of Van Middlesworth, Man
ager, Purchasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales (Room 353).
1317 F. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, for furnishing such quantities of
topside paints, varnishes, cements, shellacs, oils .etc., as may he required
for a period of three months from May 15th, 1921, for use of all ships
operated by or for its account, at the ports of:
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
NEW YORK, N. Y.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Proposal forms and other lnforma'ion may be obtained from the Man
ager, Purchasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales.
The Board Reserves the Right to Reject Any or AH Bids.
Sealed bids should be addressed to L. Van Middlesworth, Manager, Pur
chasing Department, Division of Supply and Sales. 1317 F Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C, and endorsed:
. "Sealed Bid for Topside Paints, Varnishes, Cements, Shellacs, Oils, Etc.
Do not open until April 26, 1921."
THE CIGAR ?
WHAT WAS IT?
OH. I REMEMBER
NOW AND THAT
IT TO HE 1
ON ENGLISH NEWS
Failure of Situation to improve Da
NEW YORK, April 14. The cotton
market held comparatively steady dur
ing today's early trading, but the fail
ure of the late English news to show
any improvement in labor conditions
was an unsettling feature and prices
-broke under increased offerings to
ward the close. July sold off from
12.55 to 12.32 and closed at the lowest,
with the general market closing bare
ly steady at a net decline of 28 to 40
The Liverpool cables were weak,
supposedly as a result of increasod
nervousness ovt-r labor conditions, but
the market here opened steady at a
decline of only 1 to 8 points. Reports
that the war finance corporation had
approved applications for a loan 10
finance exports of 30,000 bales to var
ious foreign countries, including Ger
many, had a sustaining influence.
There may also have been some scat
tered buying on reports that since
Monday a good business had been
done in cotton goods for export to In
dia, China, and Red Sea points. Sup
port was by no means active or gener
al, however, owing to the unfavorable
English news, and the market gradu -ally
worked lower. Selling became a
little more active toward the clos.,
when southern hedging was more in
evidence than earlier in the week, an 1
there was considerable pressure from
Wall street sources which may have
been connected with an unsettled sen
timent in the stock market. May broke
to 11.76 and October to 12.77, and tho
last prices were the lowest of the day
on nearly all positions. The census re
port showing 437.933 hales consumed
in this country for the month of Man h
against 575,78a last year, was a shade
under the forecast, but was not con
sidered an important influence on to
Private cables from Liverpool said
that Manchester trade prospects were
favorable but that spot demand was
less active. The, gossip is that the 3
000 bales of cotton mentioned in con
nection with war finance corporation
financing are to be shipped by one . f
the southern co-operative marketing
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
MARE ISLAND, CAL.
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