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mm ' ' NOTICE
la hereby given that on Thursday.
IVovember 20th. 1919, at 11 o'clock a. m..
a petition will be presented by the sign
em thereof to the Board of Public In
struction for Escambia county, Florida,
a', its office in the City of Pensacola, in
s-tid county, said petition being as fol
lows: -To
the Board of Public Instruction, of
Escambia, county, Florida.
Gentlemen: The undersigned, who are
! qualified electors of Escambia county,
I lorlda. who nav taxes on real or per-
sonal property, and who are residents in
the below described territory, respect-
' J ally petition that your honorable body
' order an election to be held, as required
Vy law, to determine whether the fol
lowing . described territory. In Escambia
county, Florida, shall become a special
tax school district, for the purpose of
levying and collecting a district school
t tax for the exclusive use of public free
-tchools within such district. The boun
daries of the territory as to and In
Mrhlch such election is D rayed, and n
which the undersigned reside, and which
territory is intended to be formea jntojiiav.. warry w. Thompson. J. W. An
- Mich sDecial tax school district, are as
follows, to-wlt: Beginning at the point
Mhere the north line of township two
pouth. intersects the western shore line
if Pensacola Bay; thence run westerly
alcng said' township line to the point
where it intersects the eastern shore
ot Bayou Texar. thence run south
easterly across said Bayou to the south
easterly comer of section four, being
the Joseph Maura Grant, thence south
westerly along the southern line of said
taction four to its southwesterly corner;
thence northwesterly along the western
S line of said section four to the southeast
'.corner of section six; mence wninij
' aVinir the, 'Anet nf section BiX and the
.'the southern line of section eight to the
point where the southern un ui wcuim
-Alirhl lnrrMlii the southerly line of
section nine, or the Chas. DeVillier
Grant; thence southwesterly along the
southern line of said section nine, or
Chas. DeVillier Grant, to the southwest
corner of said section nine; thence
northwesterly along the western line f
said section nine to the southeast cor
; tier of section eleven; thence westerly
alons: thesouthern line of section six and
eleven to the northeast corner of section
' fifteen; thence southerly along the east
ern line of section fifteen to the point
where said line Intersects the norther
line of the luan Domingues Grant, or
section thirty-four; thence northeasterly
' along the northern line of said Juan
lominguex Grant, or section thirty-four,
. to the northeast corner of said grant
or section; thence southeasterly along
the eastern line of said Juan Domingues
Grant, or section thirty-four, to the
southeast corner of said grant or sec-
, tion: thence southwesterly along the
"southern line or said Juan Domingues
grant, or section thtrty-rour, to the
northeast corner of section thirty-seven,
being the point where the eastern line
of sectio thirty-seven intersects the
' southern line of said Jaun Domin
sues Grant. or section thirty
four; thence southerly along the east
ern line of s.ud section thirty-seven to
th point where the eastern line of sec
tion thirty-seven Intersects the northern
shore line of Bayou Chico: thence west
erly, following the meanderings of the
northern shore line of said bayou to j
the mouth of the creek of the second,
bridge, which flews into said bayou; :
thence up to the thread of said creek
to the northeasterly corner of section
flftv-four; thence southerly along the
eastern line of section fifty-four to the
pr.int where the said line intersects the
northern shore of Grand Bayou; thence
eastwardly. following the meanderings
.of the said shore of said Grand Bayou,
to the point where the same Intersects
or connects with the western shore line
of Pensacola hay: thence northwardly,
following the meanderings of said shore
line of Pensacola Bay to the point of
beginning, all sections and grants men
tioned bv number or name In the above
"boundaries, being in township two (2)
south, range thirty (30) west, of the
Tallahassee Meridian, all situated in
F.pcambla county. Florida.
C. H. Turner, S. A.- Leonard. O. J.
Hemmes. Jr.. H. S. White. C. J. Rice.
R. J. Diaz. J. E. Kramer. R. V. Cowley,
J. t. Varbrough. W. Humphreys. George
Edgar. F. - Russell. A. Whldden. S.
Berson. F. R. Vorls. O. O. Crona. S. C.
-sierra. C M. Ward. D. H. Sahepard. .
M. Arnold. C. A. Ward. R. J. Snyder.
T. E. Bogan. J. T. Wright. Jim Trlngas,
O. S. Curtain. Roy H. Taylor. J. T.
-Moore. Gus A. Willis. J. L. McClung.
H. Paulsen, L. B. Hlrsehman. O. II.
Smith. H. O. Anson. Howard Hum
phreys, W. If. Stiles. Wm. D. Howe.
A. G. Moreno. L. E. Durham, H. C.
'Rellly, E. M. Schornhorst. Paul Dancby,
Jno. H. Kohler. J. S. Vinson, R. O.
Alstp. Leon Vincent. A. J. Gahan. Edward
C Jones. J. G. Yniestra. J. L. Mayo,
H A. Radcllffe. W. H. McKlnnle, L. L.
"Fabisinskl. J. C. Connor. H. J. Mackey,
N. McK. Oerting. J. G. Hilliard. John
T Hurst. J. Duhore Lamar. F. Y. Seal3.
Jno. Trlngas. O. P. Deloney. A. S. Ed
wards. C C. McOrley. W. H. Crawford.
TV A. Brown. Bleeker Forbes. J. F.
Taylor, George Reeder. Alex Friedman,
"Hamilton Russell. A. James. Leon N.
I ischVoff. A. Fernandez. C. E. Stewart,
Joel Frater. A. T. Barkdull. B. A. Jones.
H. Le Bell. E. B. Gonzalez. A. G. Run
van. G. L. Napier. E. Anderson, Chas.
E Leeds. J. K. Watson. B. F. Rivers,
A:4-Q. Ross, B. Fitzpatrick. J. Seeger,
V .A. Burns. W. A. Grubbs. Sr.. F. F.
-hrl V. H. Nelwn. C. W. Johansen. E.
Boone. E. W. Allen. Toney Gomez,
W B. Butler. W. O. Alsip. J. C. - Lee,
- C K. Butler. G. Marchettl. W. T. Smith,
- H Fried. Herbert Pfeiffer, W. L.
f: rvel. B. A. Davis. Clarence Hitch-
fnson. H. I. Shannon. L. K. Smith,
Laylewd. Thos. V. Hannah, S. J.
' Isaacs. W. B. McMillan. R. A. Baker.
C P. Boll. B.M. Bell. L. Peake. W. a.
Myers, Jr.. W. R Pyles. L. J. Anderson.
r H. Villar, John Marich. C. M. Burns,
K L. Anderson. H. E. Gonzalez. E. B.
Armstrong. W. B. Colvln. T. H. Nelson.
3.' B.- Peake. E. McCluskey. C. A. Mead.
Samuel Pasco. C. F. Ward. G. J. Un-
treiner. W. C. Padgett, J. A. Bazzell.
. IT T- Rhodes. B. C. Duval. F. Touart,
' W. T. Tracy, Jas. M. Cooper, W. A
Smlth. E. D. Finney, .T.' E. Staples, J.
E. Hancock. E. E. Harper. Fred C.
Clopton. E. M. Holland. Sol Godrlng.
John T. Hurst. R. Gundershelmer, F.
Thompson R. H. Weatherlow, W. A.
Rawls. Alex Poss. Ike Hirschman. P. H.
Brock. A. A. Olsen. O'Brien. Motta. Mor
ris Bear. W. W. Jackson. Max J. Hein
berg. K. C. Nicholson. Q. J. Morgan.
R. A. Hyer. L. C. Nobles. W. E. Stearns.
J. H. Hovt. R- P. Hixson. H. E. Root.
H. G. DeSilva, Leroy V. Holsberry, Jas.
A. Lowry. C. J. Levey. W. K. Hyer,
ll.ilcott And.-ryrn. W. D. Willis. A. C.
Binkley. S. B. Davis. A. S. Hand, C. W.
Culledge. David Norton. C. F. Schad, H.
K. Franklin. Jas. A. White. D. Gunder-
. Maimer. R. J. Collins. Lewis Friedman.
Ci. J. Emanuel. W. H. White. Joo F.
irneLA. M. Avery. J. O. Miller. Rox
rvrwley. F. E. Egelhoff. Joe Roth. H.
rtUra. W. C. Fillinglm. W. H. Coker.
B V. tannheisper. L. D. Robinson. B.
F Skipper. H. Horsier. H. J. Quina. E.
W. Peake. Arthur W. Davis. E. G. Car
ter. M. E Wtleon. Andrew P. Falm-
nu't. Henry Jlycr. E. C. Maxwell. W.
"J. Forbes. Wm. W. Alfred, C. L. Shine.
Francis B. Carter. W. J. Pace, A. F.
Wlcke A. J. Williams. Alfred Davis,
C D. Warrurk. J. G. Shuttleworth. Sr.,
C. G. Murphy, M. A. Lischkoff. M. E.
. Wutna, C. H. Kupfrian, A. S. Johnson,
..Knowles Hyer. E Gait Bonifay. E. B.
Calhoun. II S. Merwln, J. Bresler. Cuy
- ler P McMlifcr. Manuel Solomon. C. J.
Oerting. Sol Chn. D. B. Hobgood. Jos.
JlerschkcvUs. P. A. Johnson. D. Kugel
roan. M. Hantman. W. J. Merritt.- D.
J. Hayes. A. F. Paderlck. W. L. Bright.
O. M. Bennett. A. C. Ellis, F. Meyer.
L.. ?. elarg. Wm. M. Camp. Jos. M.
Lew, W. R. Warfleld. G. W. Reeve.
J. N. Andrews. Morris Levy. S. M. Phil
lips. Todd Haycock. J. E. Reed. A. W.
Miller. V. E Smith. II. A. Brosnahim,
A J. Eutt, J. F. CrullPher. R. C. Green
wkv. A- H Moffett. J. L. Ingram. Albert
Kldn, J. Breazeale. B. L. Gundershelmer,
Jaa. Jadrievic. K. B. Olsen. Lazar Cahn,
G. B. Cstlett. B. Forcheimer. F. E.
Lewi. E. M. Kugelman. W. B. Ferriss,
A. Zllua. Sr. R. F. Mitchell. A. Riera,
p F. Riera. L. O. Spare. Jas. Macgib
bon. H H. Hallmark, G. A. Vueovlch.
Will L. Mover. Ci. C. Hallmark. Jno. T.
Lind. F. J. Dellacclo. R. Frederickson.
Percy S. Hayes. A. J. Pockrua, J. A.
Ansley. B. S. Hancock, A. G. E. Jones.
E. F. Bruce, E. W. Petterson, F. A.
I.yle, B. Berlin, J. C. Carter. D. R. Cur
tis. H. H. Kelly. J. K. McCasklu, Vm.
'lyler. P. K. Yonge. J. C. Long. Thos.
Freeman. A. If. Green, V. H. Roberts,
J. T. Strongfield. E. E. Le"Wls. Chas.
Rosette. Carl Water. Wm. Olssen. P.
J. Peaden. H. J. Voegtle. A. G. McMil
lan. W m. Mablre. M. L. Bell, J. F. Raf
f rty. A. E. Hendrixi J. C. Wainright,
K- C. Keith. H. P. Keuman. G. M.
Dansby. S. D. Bennett. "Jr., F. E.
Brawner, Guy F. Palmes. E. L. Herring.
W.C. Dillard. Geo. P. Wentworth. W.
U Logan. R. II. Turner. A. H. Jones.
A. T. Mormon. W. R. Rowley, Rix M.
Robinson. C if. Wilson. Jr.. W. J. Mc
pavld. Nathan Bear. Kdmond Fox. Ar
thur Johnson, p. A. Brink. C. T. Moore.
W F. lirtien. JT W Marshall .T. Ti.1-
Kthoe. Jos. Daly, O. Jacobson. R. Burres. J
f wtniwrtin, J. is. Miller, U. J.
icichardM. TV. F. Reed. Jr.. J. O. Eng-
strom. F.
Graham. W. S. Everett.
w. if. Williams. O. T. Harrell, B. C.
Warthen. V. R. Nobles, C. S. Bonacker,
. B. Richards, A. R. McAllister. C. P.
Lybrand. J. H. Tompkins. Lemuel Colson.
L. F. Brown. VV. A. MeCa.lL Wilmw S.
J. J. Bowes. 3r.. C. M. Sweeney. W. A. I
Ray. -V. I. Mablre. R. E. Coleman. C
J. Brown, Ernest R. Largue. J. G. Lund
QUist, J. H. Taylor, Thos. M. Brainard,
S. S. Pinney, L. W. Vann. W. V. Cole,
J. C. AlConnell. H.n A. Beard. CI. A.
1'resJy, F. E. Harrington, E. E. Gordon.
. n.. vj iiLry. n. i. reison. cnas. A.
Porn. Jl. R. Pepper. F. E. Bayliss. A.
KaBtner. J. C. Baldwin. W. G. Porter.
H. I-. Owen, H. H. Neville, Geo. John
rrn, Jos I Brown. Mott S. Pond. R. F.
Reese J. B. Perkins, P. - H. Brock. W.
Ft. Andersou. Reed- Bingham. W. A.
MalClirrt ICicril. ll. J. rnnninrlism u
Belvink. O. S. Cti'o, L. D. Manning, Wm!
n, mwunK, wnite. J. A. Wise,
ju ai iarvey. Marvin Garrett. G. L.
Tlndell. A. E. Taylor. H. R. . Millar R.
E. Presley. S. O. Sasnett. R. C. Cushman.
A. H. McLeod. M. L. White. S. Stlth,
W P. Rice, J. Wallace Lamar. Edwin
Reese. WalVer Ingraham, J. S. Roberts.
Albert A. Clul-bs. W A. Freeman. W.
E. W'cks. S. L Fu'ghvm, Archie Webb,
R. W. fipced. Harry L. Brooks, E. A.
Worlhington. W.-A Suggs. O. P. Claf
Hn. L it. Selffert. SUlney H. Belf. Chris
C. Mcrtlns. Frark K;r.g, J. I. Eubank.
C. L Ba.nnerman. (Joo. W. Marble. M.
E. Morey. D. W V.cds. W. R. Eckert.
J. R. Simmons. P. Stone. T. J. Roberts.
Tom I'uzhoo. Joe S'mmons. J. R. Still.
J M Josrrh. J B. Rrdd, J. K. Rozler,
G. W. A'nswortl;. K. L. Hannah. C. E.
Bono". J. M BiiHh. I-:. W. Speed. G. Rolfs,
W. H. Cieary. W H. Hunneycutt. A. T.
Ellison. W. S. Oerting. John H. Caro,
J. T. Ffrry. J T. Oerel. John. B. Til
ler. F. M Wllliar,. A. E. Kelly. C. A.
Eubank. Gee 7r. Johnson, J. M. Roper.
Jss F. FhWfps. Thos. J. .Untreiner. D.
J. Wallace. J. S. Johnson. L. F. Martin.
Norman J. Bricks. J. V. Price, C. H.
V.ratker. J. G. Bo:i;ng. Ed. Vivlani. An
drew Coiifl:ntne. John Joseph, Frank
Josnh. Will M. Fowler. Dave Heard.
F. M. Schille-r. I torard Boursette. J. W.
I-.rr. J. O. M-'jer. W. I. Richarda. K.
W Lvh' nd. ;'. W Willis. C. A. Snorn.
Geo. R Markhani, Gus Constantlne, R.
m 'iiiwn. A. f MotersDauEh. C. XV.
Norcross. Chas. Miller. J. A. Kirksnat-
rick, R. D Jones. I en wood Williams. J.
W. May. W. T. Lewis. C. H. Miller.
.Arthur Fiirlison, Fritz Haiiahalper, Wm.
Brown, Geo. Bonifay. W. D. Davenport.
W. H. Holt. C. W. Sheats, M. R. Swaine,
O S. Greenwood. James Largue. W. N.
Van Duzer. J. H. Robinson. W. O. Bow
man. C. S. Burbank, Robert A. Pericola. J
rienry l. tier. w. U. Bullard. W. L.
trnderwood. W. M. Edmonds. G. J.
Fsrker. Alex Collins. J. E. Muller. C.J
Koeper, K. C. Cushman. Emil D. Pfeiffer.
A. Dubuisson. C. S. Thompson. Joe
Glackmeyer. A. J. Fuller. J. D. Bergln.
A. M. LeFrancols. Ben Benson. Chas.
A. Ward. E A. Kemble. Henry J. Davis.
J. O. Ward, E. G. Garner, Jr., J. M.
Stuckey. C. M. Thomas, C. D. Daven
port. Drew O. Sims, J. M. Murfee. Dan
Murphy. J. S. Bell. J. L. Ashbrook. W.
A. Vaughn. J. A. Anderson, J. J. Bur
bank. C. F. Rapp, B. F. Lowerv, C. F.
Lewis. T. C. Jones. H. Starkloff. D. P.
Folsom. A. M. Ebrens. H. E. Burch. E.
B. Acosta. W. L. Duffee. V. L. Wood
ward. Lazare Lacoste. R. C. White. H.
W. Boyd, Mark Joseph. B. Joseph. R. L.
Ermbry. W. E. Brown, Wm. H. Mason.
Dr. J. H. Fellows, O. N. Sheppard, J.
Whiting Hyer. J. M. Muldon. John M.
Gagnet, F. F. VanAlst, Thos. Walker,
C. W. Pfeiffer. Henry Gagnet. C. F.
.. v. r-ieuier. nenry uafnti,
Helnrichs. T. F. Shaw. H. J. McEwen,
E. T. Solari, "pater Heyen, B. J. Touart.' ,'
G. W. Van Etten C. T. Johnson, M. I
Fondebilla. E. D. Bruno. A. W. Lager-
o:eDonovajYsr.e
Adrian Whiting. Chas. McEwen, S. P. i
Brown. Chas. Dillens, J. M. Burrow,
Thor. B. Thorsen, G. O. Brosnaham. Sr.,
C. R. Thompson, M. W. Briggs. T. E.
Harvey. W. N. Brown, Wm. Walker,
J. Shefflers, Ed. Gale Quina, N. W.
Williams. E. B. Gagnet. J. O. Tait, H. J.
Hall. Walter Miller. J. E. McCurdy, J.
Sperduto. Jeb S. Howell, James O'Brien,
L. S. Davis, J. Solarl. C. F. Shaw. Chas.
G. Van Metre, Gus Johnson. E. Bommer,
C.J. Condon. S. Monti. Ed. Cope. Geo.
C. Green, F. E. Durham. Bert Young.
Albert Gerl, C. N. Kelson. W?T. Camp
bell. Chas. -Humphreys, Cam MuUen,
T. Lagos. Cnas. Hartman, Vincent Val
anzano. Jas. Farinas. D. Levy, H. E.
Reed. J. D. Brown. Wm. Nichols. Morris
Holllhand, R. O. Oilmore. I. F. Patterson.
L. L. Gonzalez. V. C. Branch, A. Zelius,
Jr., Geo. L. Gregory, I. T. Faulkner,
Merrill Henderson. Quinn Cobb, J. A.
Padgett. J. H. McNeal. Pattillo Camp
bell. Hunter Brown, Jerry Sullivan. Jr.,
J. D. Carroll. J. T. Peele. Paul P. Stew
art. W. H. Watson. E. B. Goodrich. H.
A. lxwman, H. W. Glbbs. Jno. D. Rawls.
H. S. Amos. T. F. Butler. L. Patterson.
C E. Briggs, Sr.. Geo. T. Harvey. P. I
Briggs. W. O. Conell. Marian Taranto.
Lvman Edmundson. Randetl Bell, W. J.
Marler. O. S. Wallace. Frank Carroll.
Hans Hual. N. J. Byrd. B. Garrett, Toney
Fernandez. Wm. Daniells. A. L. Mad
dux. E. J. Salter. Geo. H. Gregory. F.
Andersop. Walter B. Joseph. Bennie Mc
Cluskey, H. Mullen. S. M. McNeal, M. J.
Elkan, Clyde E. Wilson, M. L. Bear.
J. G Holtzclaw. A. L. Relnshmidt. S
R. Mallory Kennedy, C. J. Stokes, E. J.
Qulgley. C. D. Kearney. Alex Whltwell,
A. B. Brown. Jr.. J. B. Waddell, Ron
ert L. Radford. W. T. Donaldson, C. E.
Briggs. Jr.. A. McD. Mover, C. D.
Nicholas. J. E. Abercromble, L. White,
Walker J. Hernandez. F. C. Curry.
Robt. T. Thomas. L. Potter. Quinn
Jones. W. H. Camrbell, S. W. Jefferson.
H. Clavton Allen. T. W. Williams. An
drew Preer, L J. Johnson. William G.
Hines. Dan Brown. A. S. Magee. W. J.
Bennett. Henry Moorer. Preston - Fair,
A. S. Brown. C. WIngate, W. M. Ham
ilton. Thomas Palmer. T. H. Dees. Koo-
ert Kelly, Mose Williams, W. W. Purdy,
E. E. Rood, H. C. White. C. W. Lamar.
John A. Merritt. J. W. Andrews. J. H.
Sherrill. Ralph Berlin, J. G. Pace, R. E.
Nobles. Wm. FluVer. Rohert DonaW. T.
McMil'an. Geo. MaVne. Harris In John
son. E. H. Dees. S. E. Johnson. F. E.
Washington, G. T. Washington. Orange
Abdelcatta. A. M. DeVaughn. S. C
Dawson. C. H. Bennett, L. E. Jackson.
R. H. Bennett. E. F. Aarons. R. H.
Blount. V. A. Borras. Philip Catlett,
Yancy Wilson. S. Antone. Jackson Har
vev. C. B. Turner. Alex Eagan. William
O'Brvan. Peter Hoer. F. O. Filette. S.
P. Rozear, E. R. .Malone. W. M. Mc
Clellan. T. E. Williams. H. M. Barr, J.
S. Leonard, Felo McAllister. W. D.
Hunter. L. E. Nobles. J. S. VanAusdal,
W. J. Benn. JB. D. Beggs, E. A. McCray.
J. R. Richardson. R. L. Town. H. B.
Tinslev. J. Toler. Geo. Wynder. L. Ben
bow, J. C. Chandler, S. F. Fulghum, W.
S Garfield. T. A. Daugherty, R. K.
Metts. T. G. Yates. W. P. Brewton. B.
D. Baker, E. C. Gentry. W. B. Rey
nolds. M. V. Bouler, W. E. Diamond, C
C. Shaw, Ji W. Gast, Joe Santo. W. H.
Harrell. Thos. Tuttle. L. W. Van Metre.
R. T. Little. Frank Williams. Ross Hen
derson. Monroe Campbell. C. "W. Gray.
W. E. Acosta. Frank E. Welles. E. W.
Fowler. J. P. Gumann. Jr.. L. C. Phil
lips. J. E. Morris. W. A. Watts, Duncan
Mlmms, G. W. Scott. Wm. H. Benford.
Wilkle, M. Douglass. Wm. Anderson.
Aaron Brown. E. F. Aarons. W. G. Ful
rhum. M. T. Pitts. A. Olsen, E. L. F.ord.
Harry T. Howland, Sr., O. J. Brown. S.
B. Jackson. F. C. Willis. A. L. Autrer.
W. W. Wilson. W. S. Daniels. E. E.
Wolfe. J. M. Anderson. S. J. Welch.
James Stewart. W. E. Ppitzer. M. D. '
Merrill H. H. Bicker. C. B Roach. John
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1919.
TAFT IS A HOOVERIZER
his laucm is as loud ; Ef.i-fe
i HE WAS TH HEVI EST yMX : ' ' .. f
. president-weVe jQJ
muJ2&l HOWARD TAPT
HE IS ONE OP" THE ALLOWS HIMSELF BUT TWO
MANY GOLF FIENDS fEAL-S PE DAY
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Sherman, A. O. DeWeese, Philip D.
Beall, Adrian Langford, E. E. White,
E. M. Lusk, R. M. Cary. Oscar E. Maura,
W. II. Kyle, Fred Dalton, B. A. Dun
ham. W. E. Anderson. Peter Linden
struth, James L. Scholls, Louis Hensen,
W. F. Eddins. C. B. Burkhardt. E. P.
Roch, J. S. Reese, M. V. Dannheisser,
Wm. R. Gonzalez, C. L. Dickson, Laz
Jacoby. M. Moreno. A. S. Lowry. R- I
Swanson James McCluskey, J. D'Lus
tio, Enoch Nielson. Philip Goldenburg,
W. S. Duncan. E. P. Bullard.
W. S. Duncan. E. F. Bullard, John J.
Gibson. W. H. Morgan, J. A. Van Pelt.
C. W. Girdlestone. Henry Jeudevine, G.
iT. Lewis, B. E. Clutter.
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FOR THE SAN CARLOS
Exotic hues of the Orient, with fur
nishings that suggest the land of rice
fields and bamboo, have been chosen
for the Shantung tearoom, which Man
ager C. B. Hervey of the San Carlos
hotel Is now having decorated to meet
the social needs of those who have
found In the sun parlor and the east
ern loggia a setting for afternoon tea
and evening parties.
The tearoom combines deep marigold
hues with blue, and a note, of forest
green, to. make a contrast and add to
the piquancy of the decorative scheme.
Singing birds in cages, hanging bas-
and stand of flowers will create
Kets an,a stanQ3 Oi liowers -vv iw create
an environment which will give zest
to entertainments held In the Shantung
tearoom, which will open to guests and
the Sa Carlos in a
uayo.
Give the world
tKe once over
IISTEN, feIIows to some
. straight talk. Many
a man when he gets
to be 40, misses some
thing. He may have
lots of money, and a fine
family but '
He never "got out and
saw things". After he
gets settled down, it's too
late.
Every man wants to see
the world. No man likes
to stand still all his life;
The best time to TRAVEL,
is when you're young and
lively right NOW !
Right NOW your Uncle Sam
is calling, "Shove off 1" He wants
men for his Navy. He's inviting
you! It's the biggest chance
you'll ever get to give the world
the once overt
Stow off
AN ENEMY OF WOMANHOOD.
The complexion, digestion and al
most the complete personality of
woman are dependent upon health.
Woman's ills are her great enemy, as
they cause bad complexion, dark cir
cles under the eyes, headache, back
ache, nervousness, sleeplessness, drag
ging down ' pains and the blues, and
often totally unfit her for a compan
ion. The great American remedy for
such conditions is Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, which has been
restoring three generations of ailing
women to . health, and may be relied
upon with perfect confidence. Adv.
RED CROSS ELECTS
OFFICERS TODAY
Every member of the Red Cross is
urged to be at local headquarters, sec
ond floor of the American Bank build
ing, this morning at 11. o'clock, when
election of officers for the ensuing
year will take place.
It is not necessary to have been ac
tively engaged in Red Cross work to
attend this meeting, but every person
who has a membership is urgently re
quested to be present in order that the
official board may be elected.
The Navy goes all over the
world sails the Seven Seas
squints at the six continents
that's its business. You stand
to see more odd sights, wonder
ful scenery and strange people
than you ever dreamed of.
You'll work hard while you
work. You'll play hard while you
play. You'll earn and learn.
Youll get, in addition to "shore
leave", a 30-day straight vaca
tionwhich is more than the
average bank president can.
count on. ,--."
You can join for two years.
When you get through you'll be
physically and mentally "tuned
up" for the rest of your life.
YouH be ready through and
through for SUCCESS.
. There's a Recruiting Station
right near you. If you don't
know where it is, your Post
master will be glad to tell you.
? -Jcto.
the
oMmrf
TQORT of
ENS ACOL A
Vessels in Port. ; -
v -Cruisers
The 17. S. cruiser Rochester, stream.
Destroyers.
Bush, Chandler, Stevens. Robinson,
McCalla, Meredith. Fairfax, Taylor,
Calhoun, "Harding, McKean, Insiam,
Bancroft, Sigrourney. Barney. Blakely,'
Connor, McKee, Belknap and Abbott,
stream.
Steamers.
The Italian . steamer Trieste, Mus
cogee wharf -(bunkering).
The American steamer West Caruth,
Tarragona wharf (unloading).
The Shipping Board steamer Pon
chatrain, stream (loading).
The Cuban steamer Olivant, Tarra
gonna wharf, (Discharging cargo).
The shipping board steamer Escam
bia. Tarragona wharf, (loading).
The American steamer Florida,
stream.'
Schooners.
The American schooner, Sara E.
Turner, stream (loading).
The Cuban schooner, Gabriel Palm
er, stream (loading).
Barges. '
Beiges, Aiken barge Bolthv-Ho, Tal
afox wharf. :
American barge. Coastwise, Musco
gee wharf (loading).
American barge Iberia, stream
(loading). r
American barge, Smith-Terr.y
stream (loading),
Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load
ing). The Texas company barge Sabine,
Stream, (unloading).
Aiken barge Ario, stream.
Tugs.
Aiken tug Leroy,
Tugs,
Palafox
wharf.
The American tug, Jim Sid. Palafox
wharf.
The American tug, Bathalum, Tar
ragona wharf.
The Aiken tug Dixie, Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug Iellie, Palafox
wharf.
Aiken tug Simpson, Palafox wharf.
Via, Ariola, Caldwell H. Colt, Barce
lona Seminole, Culebra Emma Jane,
Galatea. Hope, Mary B. Greer, Mlne
ola, Osceola, Silas Stearns, William
Hays, Pena A. Percy, Washakie, Hen
ry P. Wiillams.
Smacks.
The following smacks are at Saun
ders' wharf: Yakima, Maud F. Silva,
Francis V. Silvia. Clara M. Little,
field, Louise F. Harper, Alcina, Sea
connet, Eesco. Sheffeyld, Flora J.
Sears, Ida S. Brooks, Mary E. Cooney,
Ida M. Silsa. Ruth A. Welles, Clara R. L
waTO a.o -raMnw T.tH.lInS or inconvenience. They never
n rr o' ,!' tt.-v. i
Hawk.
The following smacks are at the
Warren wharf: Algonla, Clara G. SU-
Arrivals
Steamers.
The Austrian steamer Trieste, from
Galveston. .
The American steamer West Caruth,
from West Africa.
The shipping board steamer Pon
chatraln, from St. Andrews.
VESSELS EXPECTED.
Steamers.
The American steamer Argenta,
from Gulfport.
The Spanish, steamer Saurez, from
Gibraltar.
The American steamer Oregon from
Xicaraugua.
Schooners.
The American schooner Mary Mon
son Gruener from West Africa.
SAND KEY PASSINGS.
Key West, Oct. 21 Passed Sand
Key bound west: Charles Pratt, Texas
Hoxber, West Hampton, Gilgat (br) .
21st: Norman, Bridge, Sims.(French) ;
Wilhelm, Jebsen, Santa Leonara, Sa
lem County, J. A. Bostwick, Edge
comb. '
DON'T TEAR
YOUR HAIR
IN ANGER
Don't tear your hair in anger over
every trivial thing that irritates you.
Instead, rid yourself of the conditions
that cause irritability, nervousness,
headaches. A sick stomach holds in
your system poisons that weaken your
strength.
To remove these poisons and tone
up the system again there is nothing
that equals a corrective, reconstructive
medicine.
Pepsinol relieves a sick stomach, and
helps the system regain its strength
It is gentle and soothing. It does not
rack the system like strong cathartics.
For normal health the system's
strength must be built up. Pepsinol
is a natural laxative tonic that restores
vitality as it removes the causes of lost
vigor. - .
The demand for Pepsinol has be
come universal. Its tonic effects
soothe irritated nerves. Its ingredients
are pure. . ,
Genuine Pepsinol is made only by
The Peplax Medicine Co., Memphis,
Term., and is in strict accordance with
the Medical Standards of the United
States thaiTOacopoeia. Get Pepsinol
from: ,
4i '
HOBBIES BR
FvARNlNG IS A HOBBY OF
WILLIAM JENNINGS' EFClATT I
FOGGY?
If Bilious, Constipated or
Headachy take
"Cascarets."
Tomorrow the sun will shine for
you. Everything will seem clear, rosy
and bright. Tour system is filled with
liver and bowel poison which keeps
your skin sallow, your stomach upset,
your head ; foggy and aching. Your
meals are turning into poison, gases
and acids.' You can not feel right.
Don't stay bilious or constipated. Feel
splendid always by taking Cascarets
occasionally. They act without grip-
sicken you like Calomel. Salts. Oil or
nasty, harsh pills,
tie too Cascarets
sleep. adv.
They cost so lit
work while you
K. OF C. ENTERTAINS
DESTROYER CREWS
Dance Is Attended by Officers, Men
and Civilian Guests.
A good crowd braved the rain and
threatening weather last night to en
joy the dance given for officers and
men of the destroyer flotilla by the
Tar activities committee of the Knights
of Columbus.
The patronesses made it their spe
cial duty to provide a good time for
Hit pack-tar3, and that they wero suc
cessful was evidenced by the reluct
ance of the boys to leave when orchas
tia played the last strains of "Home,
Sweet Home."
Music was by. the Esoambia orches
tra under the l3alershir of Robert
Diaz. During fie evening light re
freshments were served.
The Knights announced that another
dance for the sailois will be given Fri
day night.
The Nujol Treatment as
Sickness Prevention
Science, with anti-toxins, serums, and modern sanitation,
has done much to prevent dangerous disease; but the
diseases so checked are comparatively few. On the other
hand,. 90 of all diseases have one common orijin -constipation.
' , ,
The dangers of constipation are so far-reaching, because
the blood receives poisons from an infected mass within,
and carries them directly to every organ of the body ; and
because constipation itself keeps the system in a run
down condition so that any infectious ferms from without
readily gain foothold.
Keep clear of constipation and you guard against serious
disease. Nujol will remove constipation and prevent
its return.
The action of Nujol is entirely different from that of
any other constipation remedy. It is not a drug. Nujol
softens the food waste and encourages the intestinal
. muscles to act naturally.
Nujol helps Nature establish easy, thorough bowel evac
uation at regular intervals the healthiest habit in the
world. Get a bottle from your druggist today.
yluakU health hvel'.tt "Thirty Feet of Dner free. ecUe
Nujol Laborato.in, Standard Oil Co. (New Jeney) 50 Broadway. N.Y.
CTT - f-'aje h tm!J emit In MealeJ hrtlUt iemrlnt the VujJ T'sle
V II T" ll 111 Mart, anhevmhere. Meztmrt ef Tefre,eillJ
& ie "ills ueme mm Svjei". T.k ) lufer rem ,ueit::lee.
II. UU. PAT. Off.
For Constipation
YAN RIDES
the: chap that made
grape juice famous.
OW
uSSJN,
FOLK5-
HE IS PASSIONATELY
FOND OF -TALKING"
KNOWS .THE NEWS
PAPER GAME FROM
A" TO Z..'
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Druggists refund money if P.'.i
OINTMENT ' fails to cure Itchin:
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pi'.r
Stops irritation; soothes and hen'..
You can get restful sleor aftfr t:.
first application. Price, 6i'o. Adv.
(Pompfexion
Smooth and velvety
the petals cf a rose it
the complexion aided by"
Nadine Face Powder
This delicate bpautif.tr
Imparts an indeftnub'a
charm charm wl.ib
lingers in the memory.
The smooth texture at
Nadint adheres until
washed off. It prevents
sunburn or the return ot
discolorations.
Its coolness Is refresh
Ins, and it cannot harm
the tenderest skin.
Nadine Face Powder
beautifies millions of com
plexions today. Why" not
yours ?
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j I Bruntttm
II White
If Sold in Green TJoxe On'v
II At lending toilet cr.unterg. If
XI they haven't tt, Ij mail I'k.
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