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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 19X9
WALL PAPER, PAPERING, PAINTING,
, DECORATING
' ' OUR MOTTO HONEST DEALINGS
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Estimates cheerfully given. First class workmanship. We handle'
paints and Tarnishes of all descriptions. All first class Quality, at
reasonable prices. Sample books on request.
WE HANDLE CARTER LEAD
;- PENSACOLA DECORATING CO. :
806 East Wright St Phone 687,
BERT E. H. KOEHLER, Mgr.
AUDITS COST 8YSTEMS
R.T. RAINES
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AUDITOR '
PENSACOLA, FLA. . DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
INCOME TAX REPORT8 EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
WAS-COTT GINGER ALE
EXCELLENT FOR INDIGESTION
WELLES-KAHN COMPANY
Distributors
GILFILLAN SCOTT
Announces that he can take only four more Piano pupils.
The Clutter Music House, Phone 15
Autto Suppfltes and Bicycles
Phone 220 29 West Garden
MICHELIN TIRES FORD PARTS
We have a porcelain that fits the Champion X Spark
Plug perfectly, and sells for 25c.
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH C
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
PAN-AMERICAN COLLEGE
Phone 51. 274-289 BrenfBldg.
USED' MACHINERY
DHE! SALE
ESCMMFAIR
PROGRAM LISTS
MMCVBITS
VICTORY DAY WILL BE CELE
BRATED WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12,
AND THE FAIR WILL CONTINUE
THROUGH FRIDAY.
The Escambia County Fair, to be
held at Molino, November 12, 13 and
14. promises to be of much interest to
farmers, stockmen, merchants "and
others who have the ', welfare of the
county at heart. The official pro
gram has just been made public and
it lists a, number of interesting events.
On the opening day. which has been
designated as "Victory Day,"-, there
will be a patriotic address,- xno&ical
entertainments, tractor and - Delco
light demonstrations. . :
i wutt wa jmiaren s uay will be ob
served ori Thursday. All club,, ex
hibits will be Judged and awards made.
Farmers and Sales Days the wind
up, Friday. Stockmen are to hold
sales on this day and much blooded
stock is expected to change hands.
The full program follows:
i Vfctory Day Wednesday, Nov. 12
Gates open at 8 a. m. Welcome
address at 11 a. m., by Secretary and
Treasurer VC. Q. Hall. V - . f . ,
Annual statement by President and
Manager I. W. Hardy. ,y"
Patriotic address by a well known
orator. .
Music by that celebrated Jazz Band
under direction of The Haley Baisden
Musical Company, morning, afternoon
and nighty
Harry's Main - Midway Shows, in
continuous' performance. Basket ball
at 3 p. m.
Farm Tractor demonstration. Delco
Light demonstration.
Club and Children's- Day Thursday.
Nov. 13.
Gates open at 9 a. m. Music by that
celebrated- Jazz Band under direction
of The Haley Baisden Musical Com
pany, -morning, afternoon and night.
Harry's Main Midway Shows In con
tinuous performance. . - .
Basket ball at 3 p. m. Judging in
all departments. Judging of Boys'
and. Club Work by representatives jot
the University of Florida.
Farm Tractor . Demonstrations.' Delco
Light Demonstration."
The afternoon will be given over to
athletic contests under the direction
of Directors E. Kaselack and Mr.
Burnett.- ,
Farmers and Sales Day-t-Friday, .
. . , . ., Nov. 14.
All farmers having live stock to sell
are urged to take advantage of this
day. Also come .prepared to , buy
blooded stock. Gates open at 9 a. in.
All departments and amusements
will be in full blast all day' and as
long as. visitors remain at night. -
Judging of live stock and' farm ex
hibits, j . . ,.
Music "by, the 7azz Band. Harry's
Main Midway Shows will welcome
and delight you.
Basket Ball at 3 p. m. Demonstra
tion of Farm Products. -Delco Light
showing. , .
GEORGIA TECH
IN FOR SCRAP
AGAINST w.&L
GENERALS SWAMPED SAILORS FROM
NORFOLK WITH SECOND- STRING
TEAM-LAST , MINOR. GAME OF
" SEASON. , ;.
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ENSACOLA
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Subject to prior sale, we offer any of the following; plan
ing mill machinery for sale, for prompt delivery. Most of
this machinery is practically new and all of it is in excellent
condition. -"1
Clipper Belt Lacer. .
1 Tenoner Machine (H. B. Smith, Smithville, N. J.)
1 Diagonal Planer (Rowley & Herman.)
Royal Invincible 42 in. Berlin Sander.
Blind Clamp (American.)
Panel Raiser (Fay & Eagan Machine Co.)
7 in. Hall & Brown Moulder. . k
Chain Saw Mortiser, New Brittain ,No. 27
Tenoner Machine (American No. 2 1-2)
Sash Dove Tailer (American Figure 8845-520745),.
Hollow Chisel Cash Mortiser, Figure 899-105989. '
47 Ft. 1 15-16 Shaft. .
3 Compression Couplings 1 15-16. '
- 2 Collars 1 15-16. - -
1 Steel Split Pulley 20 in. Dia. 7 in Face Flat 1 15-16 CM.
1 Steel Split Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 9 in. Face 1-15 Flat.
1 Steel Split Fulley, 20 in. Dia. 9 in.' Face 1-15 Flat.
1 Steel Split Pulley, 28 in. Dia. 11 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
" 1 Wood Split Pulley, 24 in. Dia. 12 in. Face, 1-15 Flat.
1 Steel Split Pulley, 16 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
2 Steel Split Pulleys, 14 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 C M.
9 Flat Cast Boxes 1-15.
5 Ft. Shaft 1-15. ' -
2 Collars, 1-15.
2 Boxes, 1-15. ' '
1 Cast Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1-15 bore. '
1 Steel Split Pulley 18 in. Dia. 8 in. Face 1-15. '
4 Ft. Shaft, 1 9-16.
2 Boxes, 1 9-16.
2 Collars, 1 9-16. " !
1 Cast Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1 9-16.V
1 Steel Split Pulley, 12 in. Dia. 4 in. Face, 1 9-16.
23 Ft. Shaft, 1-15. . -
2 Collars, 1-15. - . .. - -
Cast Boxes 1-15.
Coupling 1-15 Compression.
Steel Split Pulley 8 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1-15.
Steel Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15. -
Steel Split Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 7 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
Wood Split Pulley, 14 in. Dia. 8 in Face, 1-15 Flat.
Steel Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 7 in. Face, 1-15 C M.
Cast Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 Flat.
Cast Split Pulley, 14 in. Dia. 8 in Face, 1-15 Flat.
Iron Frame Rip Saw. '
For Prices and terms address
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Stearns Lumber &Export Co.
Xxinrton. Va.. Oct. 22. Football
"dope" as to what the Generals will do
wben they go up against V. P. I. and
Georgia Tech, is being freely issued here
as a result 8f vJie big score made 'by
Washington and Lee against the Nor
folk naval base last Saturday. It is
Whispered that Coach Kaftery, . desirous
of a little insight on how the Generals
may handle themsetves when they
strike their big rivals, let his warriors
loose against ,the Tars and told them
to go In for all they . were worth.
Whether this be true or not, it Is cer
tain that little was left of the sailors
after the first half. Four sets of backs
rotted up a total of; 78 points before they
could be stopped and . sent to the "barn."
Kaftery took his first string backs out
of the game after the first few minutes
of the play, substituting second 'varsity
men, ..who did equally as well. , Finally
the sailors were left to the meriev of
th scrubs and ttaa Generals - wrapoed
themselves In their eianKets and rtlred.
During: the cntira tame . "Big: Ml"
Bailey, ;Mattox; orbett and Collins were
kept on the sidelines on -account of
mlror Injuries-sustained, in scrimmages.
Stevens, who has-been-indoors for the
past two weeks, was out with all his
usual speed, "pep" and power. ' -
PRINTING CONTRACT y
TO BE LET TODAY
-Bidders From Tampa Will Appear to
Give Information.
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Stomach Trouble and Constipation. -"I
have never found anything so
good for -stomach trouble and consti
pation as. Chamberlain's Tablets,'
writes Mrs. B. Hooper, Auburn, N. Y.
Adv. . '
Tallahassee, Oct. 22. (Special)-
i ne secretary of , state, the attorney
general and the state treasurer, a com
mittee from the board of commission
ers of state institutions yesterday
took up the matter of letting the con
tract for the printing of the new re
vised general statutes, bids for which
were opened on the eighth instant.
Besides the .members of, the commit
tee.. Senator : Calkins of Fernandina.
who made the revision, was present.
It was deemed ; essential before pro
ceeding to have certain information,
and accordingly a telegram was. Bent
to the TampaTribune Publishing Co.,
one of the bidders, asking for certain
information. A reply received by wire
this morning stated that the firm de
sired to have a representative appear
before the committee to give such in
formation as the, committee deemed
necessary. . The committee will receive
this representative on Thursday, at
which time the contract will be let:
and a telegram has also been sent to
th E. O. Painter Printing Co., tne
other bidder, to give that firm an op
portunity also to send a representa
tive. The committee desires expert
advice in order to determine the mer
its of the respective bids. Senator
Calkins has also been notified and will
probably be presents It Is understood
that Mr. Crawford and Mr. Lulling
will certainly be present, although it
is understood that Mr. Swearingen
will be out of the city. .Mr. Crawford
stated this morning that the contract
would be let on Thursday. ' . ,
- Vessels in Port. '
. Cruisers .v
The XX. S." cruiser Rochester, stream.
Destroyers.'- .""
Bush. Chandler. Stevens; Robinson,
McCalla. -Meredith. Fairfax, Taylor,
Calhoun, Harding, McKean. Ingram.
Ban6rof t, Slg-ourney, Barney,- Blakely,
Connor, McKee, Belknap and Abbott,
stream. - --- -
Steamer.
The American steamer West Caruth,
Tarragona wharf .(unloading). .
The Shipping Board steamer Pon
chatraln, 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), y
. The Cuban schooner, Gabriel Palm
er, stream , (loading).
- Barges. "" ..
Beiges, Aiken barge Bobby-Ho. : Pal-
afox wharf.' - .
, American barge, Coastwise, Musco
gee wharf (loading), - ' .,
American barge Iberia,' stream
(loading). ' , '
American barge, S mlth-Ter r,y
stream (loading). .
Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load
Ins).
.The Texas company barge Sabine,
stream, (unloading).
Alken barge Arlo, stream.
Tugs.
' Tugs, Aiken tug Lieroy, Palalox
wharf.
V The American tuar. Jim Sid. Palafox
wharf. ...
The-American tug, Bathalum, Tar
ragona wharf.
The Aiken tug Dixie, Palafox wharf.
The Aiken tug Nellie, Palafox
wharf.
Aiken tug Simpsoi, Palafox wharf.
Via, Arlola, .Caldwell' H. Colt, Barce
Ion a Seminole,. Culebra Emma Jane,
Galatea, Hope,' Mary B. Greer. Mine
ola, Osceola, , Silas Stearns, William j
Hays, Pena A. Prcy, J Washakie. Hen-j
ry P. AViiliams. . - ,
Smacks.
vThe, following smacks are at Saun
ders wharf; Yakima, Maud F. Sllva,
Francis V. .Silvia. Clara M. Little,
field, Louise F. Harper, ' Alclna, Sea
connet, Eesco, Sheffeyld, Flora y.
Sears, Ida S. Brooks, Mary E. CSooney,
Ida M. Silsa, Ruth A. Welles. Clara R.
Harwood. Angielena, Cavalier, Lettie
G.. Howard, Emelia Enos, and Fish
Hawk. . - - , .
The following smacks are at' the
Warren wharf: . Algonia, Clara G. Sll-
' . .-. . . Arrivals ' . v'
steamers. ; ; '
The American steamer Oregon, from
Nlearaugua. -i
- VESSELS EXPECTED
Steamers.
The Spanish steamer Saurez, from
Gibraltar.
The American steamer Oregon from
Nicaraugua. - ' .
Schooners. , , .
The American schooner Mary Mon
son Gruener from West Africa.
Departures
The Italian steamer Trieste, for
Genoa. .
INSPECTS PLANT OF
CHERO COLA COMPANY
Thomas L. Hackett of " Columbus,
Georgia, Visits City.
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Thomas I - Hackett of Columbus,
Ga is .in the city inspecting the
plant of the Chero Cola Bottling Com
pany which is being erected here. M.r.
Hackett is pleased with -the plant and
says Pensacola demands a large quan
tity of. his company's product.
MEAT CAUSE OF
Kin TROUBLE
Take a glass of Salts if your
Back hurts or Dladder both
ersr Meat forms uric acid
If -you must have your meat every
day, eat It, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid which almost paralyzes the
kidneys In their efforts to expel it
from the blood. They become sluggish
and weaken, then you suffer with a
dull misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headache,
dizziness your stomach sours, tongue
is coated and when the weather is
hrfd .you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine get.s cloudy, full of sediment, the
channels often get sore and irritated,
obliging you to scy?k relief two or
three times during the ntgl'.t.
To neutralize these' lrrl;itnt'r acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the body's waste get four ounces of
Jad Salts from any pharmacy here;
take' a tablespoonful' in a giaq of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will thon act fine.
This famous salts Is made from the
acid of grapes and lemort juice, com
bined with llthia, and has been used
for- generations to flusn and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize
the acids in urine, o it no longer
irritates, thus ending bladder weak
ness. Jad Salts is inexpe i3ive; cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful efferes
cent lithia-water drink. ad. '
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rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip
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Prince Albert kicks the "pip" rightrout of a pipe!
Puts pipe pleasure into the 24-hours-a-day joyous class!
Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sports I P. A. is so
fragrant, so fascinating in flavor; so refreshing!
Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your
throat ! You go as far as you like according to your smoke
spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and
parch! . .
Toppy rmd bag, titty red tins, handtomm pound and half' pound .tin
kamidormand that clotty, practical pound crystal glaa humidor with
ipommm moUtenor top that keep the tobacco in $uch perfect condition.
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Falls Tires
KIN( OF THE
HIGHWAY
A medium "priced tire giv
ing greatest mileage for least
money.. , -. -v ' - ' . ;
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e KEST; tire on the mar-
ket for For cars. '
F. S. MELLEN CO.
Distributors. V" Phone 334
MEYER SHOE CO.
' EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
REED'S "BETTER BREAfi
FOR SALE BY ALL -FIRST
CLASS STORES
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Streets
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
ArrVal and departure of passenger
trains at Pensacola, Fla.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not gruaraa
teed. ( ' -
(Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. LEAVK3
6:30 p.m. Montgomery Btr-
mlngham, Nashville.
Loulst-ille, Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
6:20 p.m. St. Louis, Chicago,
Memphis , 12:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m Atlanta, Washing
ton. Kw York 12:30 p.m.
6:45 am. Mont com erjv-- Bir
mingham, Nashville,
Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis,
Chicago .... 10:45 pra.
6:45 a.m. New , Orleans,, Mo
bile ........ ...... 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Atlanta, Washing
ton. Nott York ....10:45p.m.
6:45 p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00 a.m.
ff :45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee 6:16 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla-
' hassee 0:55 p.m.
-Dally except Sunday.
UNITED STATES -RAILROAD
ADMINISTRATION
TO
OR
RELIEVE INDIGESTION
DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A
Dyspepsia
Tablet
Bafora and Aft-
Each MeaL
25 Cents Bt
TH: CRYSTAL PHARMACY
THE LEADER
Stadium Clothes
Union Made
218 S. Palafox St.
THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT
THE LIZZIE SCOOTER
If You Drive a Ford Investigate.
You Will Eventually Own One.
H. A. Beard, Route 1.
CHERO COLA
There Is None So Good
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 236
MORRIS RROS;
All New Stoifc
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Belmont and DeviMers 3tret
GENTS FURNISHINGS
and 11 South Palafox Stree
tORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO
117119 W. Qrdf at.
automobile Supplies and Accessory
BALKCOM DRUG CO
TThe Prescription Store
Phone 19 or 123
Let Us Be Your Milkma
Pasteurized .Dairy Product!
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W Garden St. Phone 132;
THE M & 0
ON THE SQUARE
Within Easy Reach of
Everywhere
EXIDE BATTERY AND
SERVICE STATION
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
I South Baylen Street. Phone
Ford Owners Attention
Have your Bearings Fitted by i
Modern Burning System
PENSACOLA AUTO CO.
108 West Intendencia Street!
iierTJs Make You .
"MAKE GOOD WITH A
KODAK"
Reynalds Music Hons
Clutter Music House
Fop Mora Than 28 Year
114 South Palafox Street
Phone 15
THE PIANO SHOP
TUNING nd REPAIRING
Pianos, Organs and Phonogrtphil
18-20 East Garden Street.
Phone 791.
Borras Transfer Co, I
PHONE 1145
Offices and Warshouia
East Chase Street
J AU Kinds of Hauling
- Your Business Solicited
FOR RENT
Electric Vacuum Cleanen
1PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
I Commercial Department
I . PHONR 2010 -
PENSACOLA LAUNCH 4
MACHINE CO.
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
Willard 8torage Batteries and Repil
of All Makes Batteries
- Two 8et Marino Ways MioWmI
Shop' in Connection
The Parlor Market
"Horn of All Thafa Pup"
FRESH WESTERN MEATS
Poultry, Fgga and Green Cnttn
for Perfect Baking d
WHITE CREST FLOUB
; D. Kugrelman '& Co.
Sole Agents
i
Phones 666r667
Elebash Jewelry G
: Jewelers and Opticians ,
I : . Successors to M
Peter, Llndenstrntfi '
I 1 12 S. Palafox St. Phone 74
Always the M
records in stoci
PALACE
JEWELRY
; Ready-to-Wear Stor
If It's New You
j WiU Find It Ilere
, L. E. NOBLES & CO
I Aaents
Hart Schaf fner & Marx anc
Kirschbaum Suits
Your Money's Work or Your W
Back"
E9 South Palafox Street. P"V
WHITE & WinTE
20 South Palafox Street
"BETTER CLOTHES'
rrirr
MORGAN - THORSE
TRANSFER CO.w.v
Truck or Team Service
. Phone 710
AMERICAN NATION Al
BANK
Of Panoaoola
CAPITAL STOCK Paid In

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