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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1312.
We ation! Vv.SUlt -ft- lorm ITS WtTA&PAINFL -r"- V "I in - - WHO SELLS THE READY-MIXED Q PAINT IN YOUR COMMUNITY o EL i You will write us and tell us that Mr. So-and-So sells all the Paint in your town or t A 1 . . ... . neignbortiood. And we will say to you that he is a Live Wire, for there s a nice profit in Ready-Mixed Paint. How many houses need painting in your community? How much Wagon Paint, Carriage Paint, or Shingle Stain could you sell if you hustled around, and tried real hard? You don't know never tried. Well, now, you just listen: Our demand has been so great this spring for Ready-Mixed Paint that we have purchased a carload from theTrue-Tagg Paint Company of Memphis, Tenn., whom we found, after comparing many lines as to formula, durability, covering capacity and economy, to make the best on the market. We found them to be perfectly reliable and honest manufacturers, and in recommending their line of paints to you, we stake our past reputation, and future expectations, on these goods. So step up the street, or around the corner, or get in your buggy and drive out and see that fellow who needs paint, sell him, then we will supply your needs WeJfooc; we are right when it comes to price, we know we are right when quality of goods are considered. Write us, or ask our salesmen. "They know' i GAYOSO LIQUID PAINT. rA reliable, economical and durable paint, heavy bodied and possessing exceptional covering capacity and dur ability. This paint is composed of a proper combination of the most durable materials in such proportions as experi ence has demonstrated will produce satisfactory results for general use. It is intended for all classes of interior and exterior painting. It has good body, therefore will cover perfectly. It dries hard with a high gloss, works smoothly and Hvill prove more economical and durable THAN LEAD AND OIL MIXED BY HAND. GAYOSO LIQUID PAINT is made in 36 beautiful shades, also outside and inside White and Black. TRUE'S CARRIAGE PAINT. Dries With a Handsome Gloss. rA first-da ss Color Varnish Paint, suitable for repaint ing all kinds of vehicles r anything that requires a rich, durable, high-class finisti. Can be used both for inrfide and outside work, such as Buggies, Wagons, Imple ments, Chairs, Lawn Scats, Tools, Iron Fences, Store Fronts, Eetc. Made in eight colors and put qp in hand somely labeled cans. -ts&SMy i TRUE'S WAGON PAINX. Dries Witft a-Dnrablo Finish. IrVn excellent nigS-ciass Color- VarntsTi Paint, suitable for finishing all kinds-of Implements that arc exposed to the weather. The?e goods tm be-used on Wagons, Carts, Plows, Tools, Saw Mill Carriages, Store Fronts and all lands of Wood and Iron Surfa-ccs. ' , ': Ine SOIjD ONIiT" io-v Cohsolidate4 Grocery lensacola, jE-"lt. Go mpany C. B. ROGERS. President IF WE SELL IT. IT'S C. W. FORUM. Aest. Sec-Trea.. GOOD. -1 T. A. AVANT. Vice President CRADLE, ALTAR. AND GRAVE. essbcbs: The following' marriage licenses were Issued by the Judge of the county court daring the past week: White. Amund Olsen and Octayla Olsen. Fern A. Mayo and Ruby Skinner. James EL Jeraul and Gila Parish. Colored. Dempsey Glasco and Reaa Chapman. Charlie Captain and Verzealyer Bry ant. Augustine Pettrway and Evelyn 33a rle. Raymond Holley and Esther Hogans. Iveo Claiborne and Evelyn James. The following births and deaths were reported to the office of the city clerk during the week: White Birth. To Robert Hood and wife, a daugh ter. Colored Births. To Joshua W. Woods and wife, a daughter. To Chaw. H. Taylor and wife, a sou. To W. J. Harris and wife, a son. To John Savage and wife, a son. To Willie Sunday and wife, a daugh ter. White Deaths. Jack Dean, 42 years, heart disease. Leona Qonsalez, 30 months, gastro enteritis. Dixon B. Reed. 69 years, pneumonia. Mrs. Lizzie Eggart, 20 years, pyo saephunx. Elbert Eupem Williams, 1 year, pneumonia. Colored Deaths. "Robert Daniels, 82 years, cardiac asthma. Henry Wynn, Jr 8 days, loclrjaw. Her Job Safe: "If you keep on an noying the missus," said the butler, "she's liable to discharge you." "She can't." replied the cook. "We had a quarrel this morning and we're not on speaking terms." Salves Can't Cure Eczema WOR EXPLAINS THE K OF THE MATO CLUBS L. W. HARDY, ORGANIZER OP THE CLUBS, TELLS OF WORK TO BE DONE BY THEM AND RULES APPLIED IN THE CONTESTS. In regard to sfcm diseases, medical authorities are now agreed on this: Don't Imprison the disease germs In your akin by the use of greasy salves, and thus encourage them to multiply. A true cure of ail ecsemaious disease can be brought about only by using the healing agents tn the form of a liquid. WASH THE GERMS OUT. A simple wash: A compound of OH of Wintergrcen, Thymol and other In gredients as combined in the D.D.D. Prescription. This penetrates to the disease germs and destroys them, then soothes and heals the skin aa nothing else has ever done.. A 26 oent trial bottle win start lire cure and give you instant relief. We have made fast friends of more then one family by recommending this D.D.D. Prescription to a skin sufferer here and there, and we want you to try it now on our positive no pay guaran tee. The Crystal Pharmacy, 25 S. Pala for St. , THE BIGGEST. DRUG STORE a in thr wnw n r H V M M -M W m. M M COULD NOT SERVE YOU more satisfactorily than we can. We are ' overstocked on two things courtesy and accomodation. Let us know your wants in our line. Everything that we have in our store is the best that can be gotten and our prices are the same as others. Your dollar gets you one hun dred cents worth of anything in our store. Free deliverv. Hannah's Pharmacy Phone 881 Garden and Palafox Sts. On account of the many inquiries about the work of the Girl's Tomato Clubs, which are being organised oy 1 W. Hardy throughout the county, Mr. Hardy haa prepared for The Jour nal an Interview to which he explains the objects, purposes, etc, of the work along this line among the glrio. JUST BY THE WAY O the Bounding Waves. Mamfia Is your attack of seasick ness aiy better, dear? Dotte No, I've been and tmvwal lowed all my dinner! At the Boarding House. "Tils U the worst steak I ever tacked !n "Vhy are you eatlnr It, then? "S the landlady will have to buy anoher one tomorrow. . The next may be tetter. It can't be worse." The Dear Ladfec. Hm Nostile (cordially) How k you dc Mrs. Mustahd? lira De Mustahd .haughtily) Tou have the advantage of me madam. Mlse Kostle (pointedly)-! certainly havt in manners. Good afternoon I An AocJdent. Her burning blush Ignited The powder on her faeo; We all rushed to, affrighted At the roar that shook the placol I think It blew her brains out That awful burst of flam a. For ever since that night, somehow She hasn't seemed the samei Insolvent Bobbledy Olin mys that all he has he owes to bis dear old fattier. Hoy Well, he owes a lot more than he baa to me. Run In the FamfTyt "You are smitten at an early Ego," said the beautiful girl as she slapped at the first mosquito of the season. i You Eat You Need "Digestif" The New Relief For Indigestion. It haa been stated that more than rtghty million people in the United States are victims of some form of in digestion. The American people do not take time enough to eat. The result Is stomach distress, gas, belching; In- Mr. Hardy explains the proposition plgeetlon and dyspepsia. to the following manner: I "Dlgestlt" Is the new relief It has TV,., vki . , fteen found a certain quick and per ma - The object of the girW demonstra- nent remedy. Thousands of people tlon work is to atlmulate Interest and have found relief from Its use. Their wholesonvs co-operation among mem-iown atatements on We in our office bers of the family in the home, to pro-nro Vroot. You can try ft for yourself vt&a some, means by whioh the glr!s? " " may earn money at home and at tho same time get the education and view point necessary for the ideal farm life. to encourage rural families to provide! more and better food at a lower coet and to utilize waste products of thel garden and or"hard. Girls Joining the dub must be between 10 and 18 years of age. No girl will be eligible to re ceive a prise unJeea ans Decomea a member of the dub and plants one tenth of an acre. In estimating profits the followtnj uniform prices must be used: Onei dollar for rent of land, tn cents fori each hour worked, two dollars a ton for stable manure and actual cost fori commercial fertilizer and otner tmng: furnished the jrarden. The pro due must be carefully 'measured and twol disinterested witnesses must attest the report submitted at the doee of thd season. Prizes and Awards, "The award of prizes and honors shall be based on "fresh and canne3 products of the garden according tc the following scneatue: wuanuty, points; quality, 20 points; variety, 2 points; proftts, 20 points; history, 2. ro1nts. "The Commercial Association oXTerd the following prizes: For trie Des. display. $10; second best. $7.50; third beet, $5; fourth best. $2.50. -I earnestly urge even Sirl who Joins a club to put forth her best efforts tc learn and tu become skillful. It is a good thing to know about the soli; plants and - nature. It 13 an accom plishment also to learn the arts o cooking and housekeeping. A gfrl wh does this work well will take a decide step towards self-Improvement and efi fJdency. I wonder ii any or tne ousi nesa houses or anyone else would offcj a special premium for the girls. Th; Is one of the best step that has bet taken to help-th girls." without arty r?ste 4f tt tzSlm to gtve you absolute satisfaction your mosey -will be returned. "Dlgesttt" is a mtle tab let easy to swallow and absolutely harmless. It relieves Indigestion al most instantly, stops food fermenta tion, prevent dlstrneB after eating and cures dyspepsia. You need it even though you are not sick tt aids di gestion and gives you all the nourish ment from your food 0o. Aalc at any drug store. Sale The Entire Stock of Dry Goods Notions and Shoes of A. M. McMilBan are going fast at his onsohdation Those of yon who know this store, know the stocks contained in these departments, all fresh, sea sonable merchandise. How can you afford to miss this sale? Tomor row come bright and early and take a look at the nu merous bargains we're offering. a. m. McMillan 115 S. Palafox Street. Tt heredity,' murmured the dying Insect. "My father was only two days old when ha was trached on a fat flrl at a summer rcaoTtt-' A Paraoox. Tls OBrtalnly paradox,- Remark&d old John O'Toole, "That all of these weak-minded' folks Am headstrong, as a rula!" Reserve Power, Mrs. rmlth A forelrn wrltur that "American women have the fac ulty of expressing their meaning to a few words. 2ir. Psmlth W1L if they can. why don't they?" Here is your opportunity to purchase High Grade Men's and Boys' Furnishings at a saving. Sale now going on at 29 and 31 East Garden street. : Subscribe for The Journal I : MM M $&-l -rnmX i,i f irtilt wi'mT'Ti I I '1 and Ice Chcstfi The kind of I r e f riger ators and ice chests that prevent food odors from "mixin g,w that are easi ly kept clean, that possess remarkable icercs-ervatrvc features that is the class of refrigerators and ice chests con cerning which we tell you about to-day. AH sires. For the purpose of exciting greater interest in our refrigerator section. These refrigerators and ice chests are hand somely finished all hardwood superior insulation with either lift top or front ice chamber. Latest sanitary model, the interior being easily removed for cleaning. ' Ice Chest prices range from $9.00 to $22.50. Refrigerator prices from $10.00 to $37.50. They areisold on easy terms, a small part down and a little a week. Solomon Furniture Company 20 West Gov't St. Phone 971.