Diston 17 point 28 inch 53.00 wire urass, o ana point, .so mcn....ji.ou
Atkins', 7 and 8 point, 26 inch $3.00 Deep Water. 8 and 9 point $1.75
RAY'S CORNER HARDWARE
Bayou Cook Oysters
on the half shell.
San Carlos Electric Grill
Surpassing Coffee 5c. Open dawn to midnight.
HALLMARK TRANSFER CO.
ARTHUR A. WRIGH10N
Cor. Tarragona and Garden
"The Sign Man" Heavy and Freight Hauling.
Trunks and Baggage.
Moved to 11 E. Intendencia St. Phone 217.
AMERICAN NATIONAL ELLIS
Of Pcnsacoia 1889 Phones 1890
capital stock Paid in $500,000 1221 N. Davis Street.
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BALKCOM DRUG CO I exide battery and
"THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" SERVICE STATION
Phone 19 or 123 the united auto co.
4 S. Baylen street Phone 345
"... j. . iu.j
! TURKISH BATHS M'MILLAN AUCTION
I Pensaeola Hospital, j ,r , CO.
' Phone 8813 Moog s Old Stand
i OPRN FOR ALL MEN ! 327-29 South Palafox Sa.
I 1 P m. to 9 p. m. -- PHONE 416
..oiim Woolen Mills J. P. REMICH & SONS
Made to Yoar Individual Order "The Store That Satisfies"
117 south paiafox stret Remich's Grocery Specials
U U K t i is SUIT Always Satisfy
S15 UP PHONE 722
Charge Accounts Opened, Pay- NoUce tQ ,ce Consumers
able $1.00 weekly. Put your Gljr waKOns nre eqtiirroi with scaiM
Pili into T.ihprtv Mono's Use 3T11 consumers will please exact correct
asn into juioeny imjiium. use welKh. and rrport anv utseotirtesy of
Vftlir Credit to BllV Clothe? We driver to office. Phone? 59 or 2.V.I.
l I i V V c I SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
clothe the familv. Gentry -Strick-
land Co., 26 S. Palafox St. PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY
WALTER'S SHOE SHOP CHALMAX AUTO CO.
Cor Belmont and De Villier Sts. Q5 N. Palafox St.
Phones 2032 or 1042 i ' n a
. , Distributors for Maxwell and
Uur work is walked about , . t -i i
. . , , Chalmers Automobiles and
SS e? 18 d abUt" Maxwell Trucks.
Just Try a Pound of 1'he CENTRAL PHARMACY
. . ln th Heart of Pntaccu"
WARFIELD S The Home t
7 COFFEE QUALITY ICE CREAM
Phone ldl. 177 lHONES-17S
BARKDULL LAND CO. Phone 1300
Farm and Farm Lands San Carlos Hotel Building
THE WATSON AGENCY
KENT COLLECTIONS, MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
NO. 7 SOUTH PAUAFOX STREET PHONE 64
m m !
' i J M vJtfwr a vJortDEWuiA Stores 6Rer-w4GSBE i 5Rere4rPs amd A . X! J
v cloth- w SHtcv thATGR&vJ S urbamk is crosW ft WU .mnaL ) .
T-fc 1 1 Ta?PU?LE AWT,WC I ? I FAAMATH A CACTUS TLAT VO'j)
L-tf PI I m T y II MAXBE HE WAS PATH" S
m i i sz.io.t Air kvt- v . i i i i ? - -.- ..- - i -ihvim i v
SAWS THAT WILL PLEASE MECHANICS WHO USE THEM
Not just the ordinary machine-mad e tools that are turned out quickly, but hand
made Saws that are as perfect work tools as good workmanship and best materials can
make them. "We can show you a style and size ofrevery use, and priced reasonably, too.
Here Are a Few Prices
Diston D-8, 9 point, 26 inch $3.00 Diston, 8
j I I g . . 1
I DEStGM VfJ ,-TWlS BOLT OF WOOL ) p0E THESE DAVS V HEAR 1 I f LVTTuE OTTCrtES. MAM J ? j (
and 9 point, 12, thin back ..$3.85
can touch you
feel so securely com
fortable on your legs,
you'll always delight
in wearing them.
A. STEIN &. COMPANY
IT PAYS TO SAY DISTINCTLY:
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days.
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a spe
cially prepared Tonic Laxative for
Habitual Constipation. It relieves
promptly but should be taken regu
larly for 14 to 21 days to Induce regu
lar action. It stimulates and Regu
lates. Very Pleasant to Take. 50c per
GOES TO ATLANTA
TO HOLD COURT
United States District
B. Sheppard, of the local
leave Thursday to take
Judge Wm. T. Newman
lanta district, who is ill.
the place of
, of the At
As the ses
sion of the United Sta
court for this district w
ill not con-
vene for some time. Jud
stay is to be indefinite.
London Epidemic of 1891
Proved .01 Eucalyti (Eii
capine Salve) Is Most Ef
fective Preventive Known.
Get out your Jar of Eucapino Salv
&r, If you have none, go to the nearest
fl rug store at once and get a family
far of this well-known no3e and throat
Sterilizer. Serilize morning and night
by sniffing the EUcapine up into the
nostrils and back into the throat
when it will spread to the larynx anl
tonsils, thus sterilizing; tile nose and
The chief ingredients of Eucapine
Salve is Oleum Eucalypti, the non
poisonous aniseptic whose power to
prevent Influenza was first discovered
In the Ijondon epidemic of 1891. In
addition, Eucapine Salve contains
Just enough camphor, menthol and oi'
of white pine to make it soothing,
healing and dsliehtful to use. Ever
tho babies enjoy it. Ask any well in
formed physician and he will tell you
that Eucapine, though originally de
signed for the mother's use with her
children in colds, croup and to pre
vent pneumonia, is the hest and. most
agreeable antiseptic you can use to
sterilize the nose and throat of young
and old alike.
Note: One application of the pro
duct referred to above sterilizes the
n'r passages for about twelve hour!
cair.3t diseases cant rooted through
the nose and throat. Any druggist
can supply yu for half a dollar. Adv.
Should not be "dosed"
for colds apply the
'YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30". OW.IQ
"Picture Fire" Costs Thousands of
It cost Jewel Productions several
thousand dollars more than was or
iginally Intended to be used in thj
production of Borrowed Clothes,
which comes to the Isis theatre to
morrow with Mrs. Charlie Chaplin in
the leading role. At a well-known
California bathing beach the proprie
tor of a large bathhouse was prevail
ed upon to permit the burning of a
portion of his property, for a consid
eration. In some manner never satisfaotor.lv
explained to Jewel Productions or th?
owner of the bathhouse, more oil was
used to start the blaze than was
scheduled. What was intended as a
"picture-fire" developed into an hon-est-to-goodness
only fast work by the police, fir?
guards and members of the Universal
production staff Universal make
Jewel productions prevented the en
tire beach property at the resort from
"It cost a pretty penny," one offi
cial of Jewel Productions said recent
ly, "but it was worth it. That fire
scene in 'Borrowed Clothes is by far
the best tiling we have done in pic
tures of tti.it kind. In our nxt 'picture-fire'
however, I am not going to
have any scenes made in a place
where property is so high in price and
panics are so easy to start."
Wallace Reid a Book Agent In Newest
His newest photoplay, ''Too Many
Millions", a comedy of money, love
wToo JMatiy AiUions
and adventure which will be shown
at the Isis theatre today only, afford;
Wallace Heid, one of the best roles of
his screen career. !n this picture he
is a book auent who suddenly in
herits forty millions of do; la rs and th"
entire course of his existence natural
ly is changed thereby.
lie starts to live the life of a man
of wealth, "out soon falls victim to
the ennui which often overcomes the
idol rich. Then follows a series of
rapid fire adventures, involving a
beautiful heroine whose fa titer has
been robbed by the book asrent's un
cles, and a chase r f tor the millions
after ttiey have vanished suddenly.
There are many notable scenes iitr5
beinsr the burrinsr of riti inn in vhih
the hero and heroine narrowly es
cape their lives.
The story is in the ltirht romedv
vein thi-ouuhout and Mr. ppid is sa
a. tron t.
r 1 1 1 OOineily ro
Xantippe." i i a
I.ane. and Tully Marshall is
the nhsrondintr financial
Others who have important
pp. rts a re
'harls Oirle. James Xeill.
Creenwood. Xoah Tteorv.
Percy "Wilkins and Hi chard Wayne.
High-Class Shows in Near Future.
According to an announcement m:u!
yesterday inortun-r by the mutagenic:'
of the Garden th atro. IVu.-;. , i: i
be favored with hih-elas u;;,;e ii;
and road show s in the ue.tr ;'-:tar
Plans for the enlargement and equ.!'
ment of the C.irden static arc W v
worked ii':' to accommodate the sh
and it understood that t!..' ''.: r :
tions !! be .lone gradually so ;,s r
to con; ict w.ih the present ruts
The action as taken after a Tc
had been made by Cap!. Uurlcn 1
Stewart, recently discharged ti.cn th
artillery service, of the ueov.st tm--sibilities
of the hotise. It was fonts
that the many sounding ho m-c.s in
stalled in the ceding of the hoas
made it possible to hear th h:u
of a nail on the stage f.oor at th" re
motest part of the large the i
ports were at otv e wired 'n h
land office and after a fun:
ply from he.iduuartet-s. l n
needing to Now York. ,
arrange tho detail n:n-
traction w!i;-h will ! t'eutu:
TV-rt Jackson's PirU of T
"The Fascinatinj? Widow."
ot fun. There is rot a du1! v.
y , : : '
) r ; i
:it in I
It. and the comedy is ;,, n -md - na
and the sontr ntimbeiw ;-r with a im
Miss Tda Howard, the Tmrenne. won
herself n p'ace in th hearts of 1
audience, and when she santr "I'm s
Glad My Mamma Don't Know v: ; r
I Am At," she was creeted by rou?d
of applause. The sons: by Kd lt.,h.j.
"Liberty," with the prirl all de,-k, ,
the national oolors with the portrai
President Wilson !n the hackcrroun'i
went bic, as did the sinirinc: of th"
0'inrtette ho feature the sinfrinc of
"The Memphis niues " Jim Pearl, th
Irish comedian with the scintila t in -t
feet, was warmly applauded in hi
Ronj? number, ns was thtit of Art Mav
field. The piano duet -,vi s well like-;
This oomnnny is blessed with a vrv
Stood sinurinsr and dancincr rhnru. wh.
stive a pood account of themselves
Pert Jackson, as the lead, is verv
pleasintr ard his work in the qttar'ette
was well likd. They will repeat toda
and tonight. chanptiner Wedresda
matinee to an opera bouffe entitle,?
"A Kinpr for a Da v."
Mary Brown's Tropical Maids Com
pany pave as their initial offering .a
pleasinpr fantansy ent'tled '"The
Awakeninsr of Vi'mi." This company
is pirls, and then some earls, h.'ivintr
one of the largest choruses that has
been seen here for some time. Thi-v
open with a verv pretty dance by tic
bifT t'enuty ehoi-js and a duet bv isJ
Mary Prown and Harold Kennedy, en
titled "Dixie All of the Time. Jack Car
son, as the Jew comedian, sann "Cb o
patra"' and an extempore sonar, taking
his subjects from the audience. The
TvinEtsbury Duo. Oeort-re and Ionian.
instrumentalists. were exceptionally ;
ood in their saxophone duet, and Miss !
Lillian was very pleasinsr in her cor- j
net solo. James Oreon in the brcd '
comedy role was very refresh irt cr. tind
his sontf, a parody on "Pray for the
Lisrht to Shin." was well receiveil.
Miss Jeanne Karhle. in ber snn?,
"Vokohamma Cirls." was very swee
and dainty .and was warmly applaud
Miss Mary Prown.
, er sotur
number, was very eharmimr. hut if
you want to oniny a treat vou mu--t
see her in her "Pas de KtryptHn"
and her double with Harold Kennedy.
"Mep)iistopheles and the Maid" vent
very bier, indc-d. This couple c m cer
tainly dance .and cr" vry sra of ul in
their movf-mpii'. It was a we" satis
fied audience 'hat saw the perform
ance. Thev wil! repeat today and to
niprht. chaneinp- Wednesday matinee
to a delich'fnl romantic musical farce
entitled "A Lawyer's Love Affair."
Stop Itching Eczema
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stopburning, itching
eczema quickly by applying Zemo fur
nished by any druggist for 35c. Extra
large bottle, SI. 00. Healing begins the
moment Zemo is applied. In a short
time usually every trace of eczema,
tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and
similar skin diseases wi'.l be removed.
For clearing the tkin and making it
vigorously healthy, always use Zerno,
the penetrating, antiseptic liquid, it
is not ijreasy and d-aes not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable
treatment for skintroubles of a'.l kinds.
The E. V. Rna Co.. Cleveland. O.
Cough Medicine for Children.
The fact that Chatuherluin's Ooutth
Remedy gives prompt relief and is
pleasant and safe to take- has made it
' 'i"irite with tlie mothers of you nit:
'SYRUP OF FIE
.ook at Tongue! Remove Polsotv
rrom Stcmach. Liver
Accept "C.'ifornU" Syrup of Kif?"
nly look for the n.1n:c lialifo-nia oil
ihe pack uv, then yen are sure your
YhT.d is having the best and most
fi armless laxative or physio fur tho
little stomach, liver and bowels. Ch-.l-firon
love its deMcieus fruity taste.
l'ii!l directions for diiid's dose on cacti
Uottio. Give it witli out fear. Adv.
Montagu Love in "The Rough Neck."'
Panious ami popular -'arc u ere seen
: j ;i,c new Worid pUu ur.
Mi ' : i y u !.o.-. the ! .!! . and lo;-
" .ir star, w is si 'ti yest rday at t'tc
tarden tic . in r :n -T!!e iliuh Neck,"
.i Hi ".'. Wo.-'.l i : t ere.
M .. i i c ! ,. i "tio?! of this pictui'
transpires :v. ; '.umbt-r .:amp " here
M oii!;u":! !. :u t;-,e ro.e of John
Masters is :h. :...-s r,i:"'u":i C:i.uV
en, in the i'h'.i' f Kra:ie,-s Arniit iLte.
ciimes to th eiTi'p with her father.
v here she sees Misters takinsr sum
tnary pun ishnc U; t on a half-breed who
' ransirrcsses one of tic iron -clad la u s
of the camp, she ;s -it onc- impress
ed with tho i.h-i .Suit Masters is tsot!i-
ins? but a
makes her ta
e ,'ilil lo
hen Masters finds her father pulltnu :
-ome ro ttv'i stuff and immediately J
ten in to stop it. J
"The Roul-'i X.-ck" was horouirhly j
i t erest it; ir and enterta inintr f'aati sart I
o finish. I ' was a decidedly unusual
photoplay, too. in that "t"!v on" wo
man appears in the production
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Out Pain
You'll know why thousands use Mus
terole once you experience the glad re
lief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest
drug store. It is a clean, white ointment,
made with the oil of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does rot
blister. Brings ease and comfort whila
it is being rubbed on I
Musterole is recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
reck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it cftcn prevents pneumor.ia).
20c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50
MmM OUT FAIN
THE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pala
makes Sloan's the
TL'is famous rtiievtr of rheumatic
acli".s eoreiifss, stii7r.-:s3, painful
j prams, neuralgic r.-.inS an,j most
ciuer extern:! twinges that hi. mar.:.-
rjiie.-s from, etuovs its rreat salci
...w .v r.aui.,y never jiti
-r.r- ( .
WKIJ SDCCd-.-. mtr.for. T-.-r re't t
" i .w i
Always ready for use, it taker, little
t o pncirUe without riMmg and produce
r:.su!ts. Clean, refreshing. At u drug1
rtorcs. A !.irre bottle means ecotiorr.v.
"OcHS Pue 309 '0
We Furnish the
Wr Will Bond You.
01 S Phones SI;").
OH.ftt-'i-S AND COLUM
..Lin 'i jjm
L. K. NOBLES Sc CO.
I! AIM'. SCHAFFNEK .K: MAKX
and KIKSCHHAI M SUITS
"YOUR MONEY S WORTH. OR YOUR
29 South Palafox Street. Phone 790
DR. MALLORY KENNEDY
has returned to the city and
sviil resume the practice of
MEDICINE and SURGERY
Phone 925. Office, 311 Blount Dldfi.
"22-124 South Palafox Street
Ladies' Garments and Fine
THR BKST PIACK TO SHOr
Pensaeola Launch & Ma
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
Wdlard Storage Batteries and Re
pairs of all Makes
Two Sets Marine Ways Machine
Shop in Connection.
J. C. BEATTY. Manager.
Rooms 274 to 239 Brent Building
Send Your Old Shoes ?;
West End Shoe Store
For Host and Neatest Work ir
Repairs. All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street.
.. THE SPECIALIST
What I Say I'll Do. I
Second Floor, Matonlc Tem.e.
Kodak Finishing Picture Framinr;
Kodaks and Films Ansco Cameras
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Street
REED'S "BETTER RREADn
For Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORES1
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
P.i la fox and Gregory Streets
GOODYEAR SHOE v '
111 North Palafox. Phone 41
h.,-e s.-.-ured the services of Mr
Peshon, tho weU-known hand shoe
maker. Hand turtsed sole-s a specialty.
M TH CLOTH NOW, SO
M VOMT HPWfE TO STOP Ar4'
T-OH EEY STITCH
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