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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.
EAST HILL FURNITURE
CORMKR STRONG AND. 8TH
Going out of business, selling
everything below cost. Tteady-to-wear,
underwear, bed spreads
trunks, china closets, chlffarobe.
freezer, portlers. Phone 1490.
JPGR SAIJS Young r Jersey row, Just I
iresn. Appiy n ui s5i., w uibiuh.
FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
APPLY MRS. M. J. ELKAN, 1011 NO.
FOR SALE t-toi Republic truck In first
class condition, $600.00. Cash or terms.
Phone 969. or call 121 E. Wright St. .
FOR SALE FOUR ROCKERS. $3.50
EACH; 1 STRAIGHT CHAIRS, $1.00
EACH : DINING HOOM ROUND TABLE,
$25.00; LINOLEUM ART SQUARE, $10;
PORCH SWING, $5.00: TWO PORCH
ROCKERS, $1.00 EACH. AND OTHER
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ALL IN
GOOD CONDITION.- PHONE 2299 TO.
FOR SALE SEVEN ROOM, - TWO
..STORY HOUSE NO. 1507 EAST
STRONG STREET. ONE HALF BLOCK
FROM EAST HILL CAR LI NE, REAS
ONABLE, CASH OR TERMS. AD
DRESS J. M. McCALL, No. 4220 COLL
SEUM STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
FOR SALE Rhode Island Reds, setting
t'KKn $1.00 for 13, on farm. $1.25 de
livered. Seven miles on Klondike road,
W. A. Gray, Pensacola, Flu., Route A
FOR SALE .Remington Typewriter No.
10, almost new. Apply Sla'tlon Mas
ter L. & N. Passenger station. :
FOR' j ALE 40 acres unimproved land,
northern pnrt Escambia county. Fla.
For information, write Carl IX Smith,
FOR SALE Dodge touring car. Term
cash. Phone 20S4, 613 West Gregory.
FOR SALE On Blount . St., six room
cottage, excellent neighborhood; also
five room cottage on North Alcaniz.
Apply 1401 E. Blount SL
FOR SALE Five room house. Apply 1020
K. DcSoto. Thone 1680.
FOR SALE -Several new and used Ford
bodies. All styles. Priced to sell. Call
1914. J. D. Anderson. Ford Dealer. 414
FOR BALE Pure sweet milk. Gilmore
Dairy. Phone 6404, County Operator.
, FOR SALE -Several Pord touring cars
slightly used. Priced to sell. Call
1914. J. D. Anderson, Ford Dealer. 413
FINE WOOD T. S. KENNEDY. 18.
TWO Urge fire and burglar proof safes
for sale at a bargain. See Albert Klein,
FOR SALE Cheap, one five-passenger
Overland touring car. Apply C. J.
Levy. 610 Blount building, or phone 79
THERE ARE TIMES
WHEN" A TRUMPET
TWO NEW Chandler automobiles at
factory cost. .Your chance to save $400.
Chandler Sales Company, Mobile, Ala.
FOR SALE Hatching effgs and breeding
Cockerels from our trap-nested 250-300
egg Single Comb White Leghorna. The
best laying and paying stock in Dixie.
Fifteen eggn, 13.00; per hundred, $15.00.
Cockerels now onlv $5.00. The Frelwald
Farm, Box O, Foley, Ala.
FOR SALE At a great sacrifice, my
suburban home north of the city.
Twenty acres good soil, fenced chicken
tight. One hundred and sixty-five large
bearing pecan trees; good crop every
year. New modern, elx-room bungalow,
furnished. Garage and servants' house.
Six blocks from electric car line and
graded school. Lee Daniel, 202 8. Pala
fox St. Phone 64.
FOR SALE 150 chickens, fine young
laying hens for the yard. Also 100 fat
corn and milk fed hens. For broiling
and baking. At Central Sanitatv Market,
15 K. Garden St. .
FOR SALE Fine pot plants In novelty
ferns, coleus, !geranlums. etc. Also
bedding geraniums, dlanthus. coleus, etc.
Cut llowers, sweet peas, cosmos, candy
tuft, dlanthus, Shaster daisies, gladiola.
Mrs. Ethel Leaman, Brentwood. Phone
FOR SALE Corona Typewriter and case,
nearly new; excellent condition. $30.00
cash. Sgt. Browning, Fort Barrancas.
Phone No. 25.
FOR SALE A bahy carriage, In excel
lent condition. Phone 1930.
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms fur
nished for light housekeeping Adjoining
bath. Private entrance. Most desirable
neighborhood. 32 East Gregory. Phone
FOR RENT Two furnished apartments
for right housekeeping. 916 B. Jackson.
Phone 1302. ' .
FOR RENT Three attractive furnished
rooms, one adjoining bath. SIX North
Barcelona street. Phone 1S84.
FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment.
103 West Gregory. - '
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
apartment. Adults. 131 East Gregary.
FOR RENT Unfurnished apartments.
1122 East Gadsden street. Phone 1803.
FOR RENT Furnished light housekeep
ing apartment in suites of two or
three- rooms. Corner DeVillier and Gar
den. For Information Phone 490.
FOR RENT (Rooms for .sleeping. 2.14
FOR RENT Comfortable housekeeping
rooms, downstairs, gas, bath, etc. Good
ftathlng. From $3.00 up. 414 South Alca
FOR RENT Three connecting rooms,
modern conveniences. East Hill,
FOR RENT Room, adjoining bath.
W Gregory. .-.... - . v a
FOR RENT Housekeeping apartment.
214 W. Gregory. A
FOR RENT Two or three furnlslied
light housekeeping rooms, next to bath.
Gas and phone. Southern exposure. 1007
E. Gadsden. Phone 1922 or 742
FOR RENT Neatly furnished apart
ment. 810 E. Gadsden-st. Phone 1516.
FOR RENT North Hill furnished apart
ment. 1120 N. Palafox. Phone 167.
FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment,
close In, good neighborhood, modern.
(Rent reasonable. 321 North Spring.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms and
hall for light housekeeping. $15.00 per
month. Children welcome. 705 E. Mor
WANTED Experienced Shoe Salesman.
State full particulars in first letter.
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BE A DETECTIVE excellent opportun
ity, good pay, travel. Write C. T.
Ludwlg, 802 Westover Bldg., Kansas
WANTED Girl or woman for general
house work. None but experienced
need apply. 1611 K. Gadsden. Phone 1282.
WANTED Good nurse for children,
white or colored. 374 W. Chase St.
WANTED Gas Btve. bath tub, chairs.
Water heater. Phone 1606.
eiaaa in i i i
WANTED One or two rooms for light
housekeeping. No children. Close In.
J. lil. 11., care Journal.
WANTED Tour knives and scissors to
sharpen. Bicycle Repair Shop, 14 W.
Intendencla. Phone 2153.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST In Pensacola Shipbuilding Co.
yard, gold watch with gold face, at
tached to fob with Masonic emblem, en.
graved "11. A. B., Jr." Return to 1L A.
Brosnaham, Jr., Phone 1692.
. LODGE NOTICE
Regular communication of Pensacola
I,odge No. 42. F. & A. M Thursday.
April 2Sth. at 7:30 P. M. Visiting broth
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K. C. WHITE, J. S. Hayes.
Secretary. , W. M.
HOWDV TOM1 THIS tSTVlE
FrtlST TIME I'VE. BEEN DOwM
TOWN THIS 5PRING- THOUGHT
lD 0POP IN AND 5AV HELLO '
BEEN ORTA LAID UP'
In-accordance with resolution
of the Board of Commissioners
of "the" City of Pensacola, the
City Registration Books will open
Monday, May 2nd, 1921, at my
Office in City Hall and remain
open for ten consecutive days,
from May 2nd to May 12th, in
clusive, from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.,
and three to five P. ML, for reg
istration and transfers of Elec
tors for the General City Election
to be held on Monday, June 6th,
' JOHN . KIRKPATRICK,
City Registration Officer.
Inxre Estate of Arthur Spare, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to creditors,
legatees, distributees, and all persons
having claims or demands against said
estate, to present ther same within two
years from date. J. H. DAFFIN,
April 22, 1921,
LAUNDRY SERVICE, MARINE CORPS,
Quartermaster's Department, Washing-
?7i-Jr.V- ApHI ' 27 1921- SEALED
PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be re
ceived in this office until 11:00 A. M.,
May 25, 1921, and then be publicly open
ed for furnishing. laundry service during
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1921,
at Boston, Mass., Hingham, Mass.. New
port,, R. I., New London, Conn., Sayville,
L. I., lona Island, N. Y.. Lake Denmark,
N. J.. New York, N. Y.. Annapolis. Md.,
orktown, Va., South Charleston. W. Va
Charleston, S. C, Ky West, Fla., Pen
sacola, Fla., New Orleans, La., Great
Lakes, 111., Bremerton, Wash., and Guan
tanamo, Cuba. Proposal blanks and other
information may be obtained upon appli
cation to this office, the Depot Quarter
master, U. S. Marine Corps. 36 Annie
Street, San Francisco, Cal., and the Com
manding Officer or Post Quartermaster,
Marine Barracks, at the stations named.
This office reserves the right to reject
any or all bids or parts thereof and to
waive informalities therein. Bids from
regular dealers only will be considered.
Schedule No. 3-1922. C. L. McCawley,
Brigadier General, The Quartermaster.
EUGENE S. COSTA. 314 W. Strong.- In
structor in Mandolin and Guitar.
C. & C. SPEEDY CURE for sorehead on
chickens and ground-itch on children.
11.00 bottle. Rena Allen, Daytona, Fla.
Fancy and plain dressmaking, suits and
dresses remodeed. 909 N. Sixth Ave.
PLAIN SEWING and children's clothes.
918 East Gonzalez street.
' BORAS TRANSFER CO.
PHONE 1145. OFFICE AND WARS
HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALU
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LOANS ON RbAL ESTATE.
We lend money on Real Estate Irfthe
city on short ,ntlce. Please state in
application if you have an . Abstract of
Alio to the property.
Call and see us.
THE WATSO.tf AGENCY, Inc..
7 South Palafox St.
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DAILY COTTON TABLE.
New Orleans ,11.25
Texas City . .
New York ...12.30
Minor ports . .
Total today ...
Total for -week ..
Total for season .
Mid Houston 11.28
St. Louis ....11.25
Total today ....
NEW YORK, April 28. Cottonseed
oil firmed up on short covering in
May prompted by ready absorption of
the 6,700 barrels tendered on contract
and light offerings of both crude and
refined. Active months closed 6 to 23
points net higher. Sales, 10,600 barrels.
Prime crude, 4.75 and 5.00; prime sum
mer yellow spot, 6.80 and 7.00; May,
6.83; July, 7.24 and September 7.62,
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO, April 28. Wlieat devel
oped strength today after word was
received that the emergency tariff bill
had been reported favorably to the
senate. The close was firm at the
same as yesterday's finish to 1 3-4c
higher; corn closed fc-8 to 1 5-8 net
lower; oats off 1-4 to 3-4c, and pro
visions varying from 25c decline to an
advance of 2 l-2c. '
U NAVAL STORES
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The spirit market was firm at 56 1-4
with sales of 125 casks. Receipts 47;
shipments, 77; stock, 6,170.
The rosin market was firm with
sales of " 817." "Receipts, 130; no ship
ments; stock, 58,253. Quotations
WW. 5.25; WIG, 5.00; N, 4.75; M. 4.30;
K, 4.17 1-2; I. 3.97 1-2; H, 3.92 1-2;
G. 3.90; F, 3.85; E, 3.80; D,' 3.70; B,
. JACKSONVILLE, April 28 Turpen
tine firm, 58 to 59, Sales 171; receipts,
307; shipments, 925; stock, 16,646.
Rosin, firm. Pales, 628; receipts,
687; shipments, 691; stock, 175,344.
QuotationsWAV, 5.75; WO, 5.25;
X, 4.75; M, 4.60;- K. 4.40; I. II, 4.10;
G, 4.05 to 4.10; FY 4.00 to 4.10; E. 3.90;
to 4.00; D, 3.80 to 3.90; B, 3.65 to 3.70.
SAVANNAH, " April 28. Turpentine
firm, 58 to 59. Sales, 99; receipts, 322;
shipments, 738; stock, 5,222.
Rosin firm. Sales, 504; receipts 826;
shipments, 3,435; stock, 73,362.
Quotations WW, 5.50; WG, 5.00;
N, 4.50; M, 4.40; K, 4.25 to 4.30; I,
4.10; If, 4.05 to 4.10; G, 4.00 to 4.05;
F, 3.95 to 4.00; E, 3.90; D, 3.80; B, 3.65.
QUIET AND STEADY
Some Scattered guying on Belief That
Mining Dispute Would Be
NEW YORK, April 23. More favor
able Liverpool advices led to an open
ing advance in the cotton market to
day but failed to stimulate any general
buying owing to better weather con
ditions In the south and less encourag
ing reports as to the prospects for an
agreement on war reparations. After
selling at 12.74 early July eased off to
12.62 and closed at 12.67 compared with
12.64 yesterday. The general market
closed quiet and steady, net five points
higher to four points lower. The mar
ket opened steady at an advance of 7
to 10 points in response to the firmer
English cables and reports of better
British coal strike.
There was probably some scattered
buying on the belief that should the
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mining dispute be settled, the easing
of the English money market would
stimulate the demand for raw cotton
from British Importers but private ca
bles from Liverpool reported; increased
southern offerings on the advance
there and there was scattered southern
hedge selling around the local ring.
This checked the local advance with
prices later easing off under small of
ferings in the absence of any Import-
I ant support with scattered liquida
tion promoted Dy reports mat uer
raan reparations proposals were unsat
isfactory and later London advices re
porting that British coal miners had
refused government settlement offers.
May eased off from 12.22 to ! 12.12 and
October from 13.27 to 13.22 with some
positions showing slight rallies at the
close on covering.
General business was very quiet dur
ing the entire day with the market cor
respondingly Sensitive to small orders.
A local report pointed to an average
reduction of 30.8 per cent in acreage
and of 30 per cent in the use of ferti
lizers .but was without any special inr
fluence. Late Washington advices said
that advices to the federal reserve
board indicated a reduction of about 25
per cent in acreage.
Periods When Little Real Strength
NEW ORLEANS, April 28. Small
advances were again the rule in the
cotton market today but there were
periods when little real strength was
displayed and' at one stage the most
active months were 1 to 2 points un
der the close of yesterday. Late prices
were at net gains for the session of
2 to 7 points with May at 11.77. At the
highest of the day the list was 10 to
12 points over the final prices of yes
terday. May traded as high as 11.82t
Early steadiness was due to better
cables than expected and the better
Liverpool market was due to the ' re
port that the British coal strike was
all but settled and the lowering of the
Bank of England rate to six and a half
per cent. After the first upward move
ment the market sagged and toward
mid-season reached Its lowest levels
on the better weather over the belt and
the forecast of generally fair weather
for practically the entire cotton region.
In the late trading there was re
newed buying for a while on the re
port that the threatened seamen's
strike in this county had -been com
promised but this report did not have
full effect because of reports from Liv
erpool just on the dose that the coal
miners had again rejected proposals to
end their strike.
All the cork used In the world In
a year weighs little more than 12,000
A scientist of Hamburg, Germany,
has succeeded in drawing electrical
energy from the air by means of
metal surfaced baloons.
There are 126 technical colleges fn
the United States.
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Bayvlew Park, 25c
FORD CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR
51ty Trips, 25c. Navy Yard Trips, $2.00
t L. A N. Depot. Pensacola, Fla.
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T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
First Class Automobile Repairing.
136 E. INTENDENCIA ST.
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Sample free of Cuticura Laboratories, Dept.
X, Maiden, Maaa. 25c. everywhere.
New and need oerts for almost any
make of car.- Send old parts to be
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