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Where to Worship Today
Calvary BaptiEt Church.
Tcu are cordially invited to attend
the services at the Calvary Baptist
church, corner Tenth avenue and Ara
goa street.
Sunday school, C:30 p. ra., W. X.
Albrooks, superintendent.
Preaching. 8:15 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:15
y. m. B. A. Davis, pastor.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church.
Corner Ninth avenue and Gadsden
Herbert YC. Rice, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:40 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. by the pastor.
Subject, 'Training for Leadership."
At 3 p. m. there will be a workers
conference of the Sunday school of
ficers and teachers.
At 8 p. m. Hon. L.. V. Holsberry will
address the Sunday school . workers.
Subject of talk, "The Work of the
Modern Sunday School." Special
Epworth League, 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Experience Counts
Our experts are thor
oughly prepared to give you
careful examination and
practical advice.
Eyes Neglected
now may mean total blind
ness later.
Think it over, then call
here and let us fit you to
the necessary glasses and
relieve your eye troubles.
22 South Palafox 30
War Saving Stamps and
School Supplies Are Right
in Season Now.
We have Pen and Pencil
Tablets, Pencils, Erasers,
Pen Staffs, etc., and you
might find something to
make a lunch of.
Come and See Us
Hoyt Bros.
& Co.
Phone 812
Lutheran Church.
22 West Wright street. "
Sunday school, 9 a. m.
Morning service, 10:80 a. m.
Evening service, 8- p. m.
Sunday, September 29th, a general
drive is instituted by the army and
navy board of the Lutheran church to
raise war funds. Their slogan is,1
"Every Member $1 or More." Envel
opes and booklets explaining the work
of the board have been sent to all
members of the local Lutheran church
who are requested to bring their en
velopes to church on Sunday or send
them to the pastor as soon thereafter
as possible. J. F. W. Bernhardt, pastor.
Church of Christ.
Corner of Alcaulz and Jackson
Services for Lord's Day:
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
Communion, 11 a. m.
Evening service, 8:15 p. m.
Mid-week Bible study and prayer
meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Everybody invited to these meetings.
First Presbyterian Church.
East Chase street, near Palafox, Dr.
A. S. Moffett, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Regular services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
by pastor.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
8 o'clock.
The Woman's Auxiliary will meet In
the lecture rooms Thursday at 4:30
East Hill Baptist Church.
East Gadsden street and Thirteenth
avenue, A. C. Odom, Jr., pastor.
The Sunday school will meet at the
usual hour, 9:45 a. m., and render a
state mssion program, which will
take up the entire Sunday school and
preaching hour.
This program has been carefully
prepared and consists of songs, recita
tions, etc., by all grades of pupils.
There will be an appropriate short ad
dress by the pastor and the entire
offering will be devoted to the cause
of state missions.
Sunday school will also be annual
"Go to Sunday School Day," and
everyone both old and young, are re
quested to be present.
At the evening hour Brother .Waln
wright will preach.
B. Y. P. U., 8 p. m., Mrs. A. Wilson,
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Everyone is cordially invited to at
tend all our services.
First Methodist Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., P. N.
Holesberry, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
by - pastor. '
Epworth League at,, 7 p. m.
Woman's Missionary1 society' TBS
day at 4 p. m. " ' " "7
Prayer meeting at 8 p. m., Wednea-T
day evening.
First Christian Church.
Bible school, 9:45 a. m., James B.
Perkins, superintendent.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon
subject, "I Beheld Satan as Lightning
Fall from Heaven."
Christian Endeavor Society, 7 p. m.
Evening worship, 8 p.- m. Sermon
subject. "The Word of God."
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes
day, 8 p. m. Choir rehearsal follows.
Children are requested ' to ' meet
Tuesday, 4 p. m., to organize mission
band of the church.
All cordially Invited to our services.
X. D. Webber, minister. Mrs. H. H.
Perkins, musical director.
J. A.
First Baptist Church.
Corner Palafox and LaHua
Ansley, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., Lee Mac
Donell superintendent.. - -
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sermon by the pastor at both
B. Y. P. TJ.. 7 p. m.. Miss Gladys Mc
Millan, president.
Junior B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m.. Mrs. Lee
MacDonell, leader.
You are cordially Invited to attend
all our Services.
For the Man Who Has Qu;t Trying
HAVE this to say. YOU may think your case incurable. YOU may have
made an honest effort and yet have been unsuccessful in finding the proper
treatment. BUT, have you consulted a specialist in the treatment of diseases
like that with which you are afflicted? Have you been thoroughly examined?
Are you SURE your case has been properly diag
nosed Do you want to be cured? Are you will
ing to make ONE MORE honest effort to be re
stored to health?
a close study of the special diseases with which
men are afflicted. That study and researcu and
experience ought to be of GREAT VALUE to
you. For a small consideration I am willing to
rive you the benefit of my skill and knowledge
that has taken me me bost part of my life to
acquire. I don't want any of your money unless
I can benefit you. BUT IF I CAN 'CURE YOU I
know you will be pleased with the remuneration
you make me for my services.
I have restored hundreds of men to health
who have been merely drageing out a miserable
existence, and who have been unsuccessfn" -treated
by other physicians, and H is reaso- "
to suppose that what I have done for , oth- - s i
CAN DO FOR YOU. Then why not come and see
me? I don't charge you anything- for consulta
tion and if I cannot benefit you I WILL HON
ESTLY TELL YOU SO. If I can CURE you it will
be time well spent on yo ur part
My facilities for examination are unexceiied. I learn the exact condition
f the rectum, bladder" and every organ of the genito-urlnary system. This is
t the highest importance, inasmuch as a broken-down nervous : system and
many or mot of the troubles of the stomach, liver, kidneys, etc, are reflex,
and are the direct result of some PELVIC LESION or disease. .
Now, don't wait until your case is incurable, but come NOWIwhile the
restoration of your ht-aith is within the power of human skill and endeavor.
Hours 9 to 6 daily and Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8 also. Sun
'lays, 9 to 1 only. Graduate of leading medical colleges and licensed to prac-
tic In Florida and many other 6tates. Consultation and blood pressure test -absolutely
without eharge. Dr. Livingstone, second floor, Masonic -.Temple.
Telephone, 706. . ..
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New Line
MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE One grand way of helping our government at the present time, is by shopping EARLY, and this ia not
said In the usual way as is custom before the holidays, but because the consumer has not "begun to feel the ral high prices yet, and
the scarcity of merchandise is beginning to dawn on us and yarns will be higher, and there will be no wool ' for civilians, and you
will have a difficulty in getting the things you need most, later, on. Therefore shop now while goods are really. to be had, and still at
fair prices, your-winter merchandise get it . nowv while the railroads have a "clear track" ahead!
V J Everything to Wear
v At once ! that's the time to get your Winter Clothes. Furs are hard to get same as other wearables, men have been
called co the colors, gathering and shipping of raw skins is a difficulty now, railroads busy! Many pf our stocks are
complete however, our Women's Wear Departments are ablaze with bright new styles, most excellent qualities, and
1 prices fair to all. "We clothe the family," and NO W we clothe them.
New line
$2 up
. '$7
Elegantly Fashioned Suits
The nest of the seasons s'tyles and materials coupled with
that high grade quality which you have always experienced at
this store. Coats cut on straight, youthful lines, some wish un
evenly cut bottoms that give that graceful swing so much de
sired, others more tailored, with novel belts and partial belts.
lots of . buttons.
Coats 100 to as low as.....
Charming Fall Waists
All the new ideas in colored embroidered trimming, beaded ef
fects; and dainty lace rdging, beauties, to go fl
with your fall suit 510 to . ...?AUU
All in vogue now and real attrac
tive, fine over shirt " waist, suit or
dress. Plush and crushed plush, fancy
silk lined, kimono and slit sleeves.
Prices ' : ' .
17.50 up
Lynx, wolf, fox, coney, in pretty as
sorted colors, real fine skins, sets and
separate pieces. Prices .
17.50 up
School Coats
Fancy, warm fabrics, corduroy, vel
vet and plush, at
7.50 up
6.50 to $35
Window Shades
are pinhole proof
-Crump! plae of rdtntry aha J
' ' cloth in U hand it becomes full
of littl pinhole.
Try tha ama crumpling tat with
LuKor Sbad Cloth, ft smooth
.owt nicely Main without pinholes
"mm4 cracks snowing.
1 TKJ tost show hew tha shads
will look after a few month' wear.
Bay the shade that stands the
abuse Luxor Hand -Made Win
, dew Shadea.
Ask us to show jr this crumpling
House Cleaning Time
Means Buying New
Window Shades
We carry a large stock of some of the very
best shades made, in opaque water color and oil
color cloth, pin hole and stormproof, in regula
tion sizes. Note these prices :
ANCHOR, dark green, 7x36
EXCELSIOR, dark green, 7x36...
EXCELSIOR, vvhlte-green, 7x36. .
VICTOR, duplex, heavy, 7x38.
LUXOR, guaranteed pinhole and storm
proper shade for this climate, will not fade, du
plex and solid green $1.73 and $1.50
New Stock of Aprons
Typewriter and oHlce aprons, nouse and kitchen aprons, tea ap
rons, nurse aprons. White mater ials, pereales and ginghams of extra
good quality, neatly designed, " ;v: '
made up and finished; 51.25 to.. .v;71v'f". ........ .77
New Line Fancy Handkerchiefs
Soft linens, colored fabrics and crepe dc chine. White with co'ored
borders, plaids, embroidered corners, hemstitched and spoke stitched.
Also beautiful hand-embroidered Madeira in fany patterns of button
hole and eyelet embroidery. Ci
Prices range from $1.00 to........ lUC
All-Leather Hand Bags
Soft crushed fancy leather, real and colored goods, new shapes in
side and outside, fancy locks and handlesfancy m tZr
linings, pocketbooks, too. Prices ?13 to "... LDJ
New Costume Velvet Bags
Heavy, rich quality, boxed buttons, colors to. match ; : r
fall suit, all silk lined, colors at
Curvex Curtain Rods
Brass and white enamel, straight
and curved ends, single and double
styles, flat, so they will not sag. Also
round brass rods of all kinds, and
extensions, 'short panel ! pn
sizes too. $1 to I C
Wood Cottage Rods
"With brass nob ends, -
white enamel XDC
Portiere Rods
Solid brass 11-2 Inch, extension to
120 inches, flat and CO
round, complete tDe ,
Curtain Fabrics
Filet, fish and cable net in figured,
floral, and bird patterns, rich
ace effects, yd. .150 to OuL
Curtain Scrims
Plain white, ecru and arab, plain
and fancy floral patterns,
rd. 50c to
New Lace Curtains
For every room In the house, large
and small designs in florals, stripes,
and hand made effects, cable net with
heavy edges, filet net in embroidered
effects, and' others real petty
and artistic. $6 to
Shirting Madras
Elegant new line for boys' school
shirts and blouses, men's shirts, too.
all new dressy stripes In small
and large patterns. 50c, 45c and
Dress Goods
for Fall
Now showing some of
the latest fabrics in new
shades and textures.
French and Storm Serge,
Shelma Cloth, Broad
cloth, Kersey Cloth and
pthers, from the 75c wool
mixt. 36-inl fabrics to the
$6 a yard pure wool ma
terials. Main Floor.
Women's Silk Hose
Black, white, colors, pure thread
Silk, strong garter tops eft i
Hair Ornaments
New back combs, side combs, bsr
rettes and other styles in plain, fancy,
and with brilliant settings. -
Prices 1.50 to XUC
Pendants, Fringe
Fancy Pastel Balls, Tassets"' and
other trimmings now in vogue, all new
ideas, in Trimming Dept.
Fresh Toilet Goods
Pebeco Tooth Paste 50c
Woodbury's Facial Soap 23c
Cuticura Skin Soap 25c
Cashetnere Bouquet Soap 25c
Violet Sec Toilet Soap 25c
plendid Line of Toiet
Goods at Ha:f Trice
Hair Tonic, "Liquid Sham;.f;o nnd
Soaps. Liquid FacJ Whitener. K:ce
Powder and Creams. $1 to 50c Cf
goods at 50c, 3Sc and ljOC
Now showing a good line of cotton,
part wool, and 'wool blankets. New
stock of laminated ' cotton "Malsh"
comforts and China cotton comforts,
all over patterns and silk , borders.
Dept. 2nd. Floor.
Boys and Girls' School Shoes
QO . ' ;
The well known Educa
tor Shoes have just ar
rived, in all leathers,
black, dark brown, dark
tan, patent leather, dull
finish and kid. ' Dress
shoes, school shoes, and
play shoes in all sizes. See
$3 to $5
Other Brands Good
School Shoes
$2.50 up
Women's New
High Shoes
Grey, black, brown,
with plain and fancy tips,
low, military and French
heels, kid and cloth tops.
Misses styles also. Prices
$8 to $12
Splendid Fall Line Boys'
Kaynee Shirts and Blouses
Exclusive dressy stripe patterns, absolutely tub proof colors, cut good and
full, carefully finished. Shirts at $1 to $4. Blouses at 1.23, 1.15 and
JERSEY RIB, Shirts and Drawers, light.
medium and heavy, soft
fleeced, each
Fall Hats
Soft felt, black and colored,
and derbies.
3.50 up
Fancy cloth, felt, colored
plush, over 50 different styles,
50c to $2
New Caps
Men's and boys', solid colors
and fancy patterns; new shapes.
50c to 2.50
HEAVY FLEECED, flat woven - CZfk
Shirts and Drawers, each JLOvJ
COOPERS. Spring needle knit Jersey rib,
medium and heavy Shirts. . &0
and Drawers, each ..,..,........ mb
WILSON BROS. Shirts and Drawers.
wool and half wool Jersey rib, c t?f
each, 3 and iOU
Men's Hose
GOOD QUALITY lisle black, A
white and colors 4tJC
FIBRE SILK. Wilson Bros chain knit.
real sightly and durable,
popular colors
PXTRE SILK, light weight, black,
white, colors

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