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4.' PTi ' ri f4-M4444 I iPr It'll rg& .. .... , ,. ZjTIM Zelica Grotto 60 Prophets Attention! You are cordially invited to be present Ma sonic Temple 8 p. m., May 1st, with wife or lady. After refreshments are served, we will be guests of Prophet Jones, manager Is's Theatre, to see play "Once a Mason." Come one and all. J. HARVEY BAYLISS, Monarch. DO NOT DELAY Have Your Home Screened at once, then you won't be annoyed with flies and mosquitos. DOORS Black Screen Red Ft. In. 2 6 X 2 8 X 2 10 X 3 X Ft. In. 6 6 6 8 6 10 7 Frame Price $2.25 2.35 2.50 2.65 Galv. Screen Nat. Frame 2 ft. 6 iiuX6 ft 6 in.... $3.25 2 ft. 8 inJXS ft. 8 in.... 3.50 2 ft. 10 in.X6 ft. 10 in... 3.75 3 ftJC7 ft ...... 4.00 Gaf. Screen Reinforced Fr Ft. In. Ft. In. Price 2 8 X 6 8 $4.50 2 10 X 6 10 4.75 3 X 7 5.00 WINDOWS Extension 30x33 Black Wire....$ .85 30x37 Black "Wire .... 1.00 36x37 Black Wire .... 1.25 30x45 Black Wire .... 1.25 30x37 Galv. Wire .... 1.35 36x37 Galv. Wire .... 1.50 3x7 Bronge Fancy Grill $16 When You Need Screens Save This List and Telephone 30 or 35 RAY'S CORNER HARDWARE "BLOOD TONIC I SAY NUMBER 40 .... . '"s .- Frank P. Skaggs, prominent drug gist, Harrisburg, 111, writes: "Number 40 is still going good. If a customer says 'Blood Tonic, ! say Number 40 as it gives the best satisfaction of any blood tonic I have ever sold." v Employed in blood poison, chronic rheumatism, and catarrh, scrofula, mercurial and lead poisoning, consti pation, liver and stomach troubles. Under its use, nodes, tumors, and glan dular swellings that have withstood all other treatment, disappear as if by magic' Made by J. C MendenhaH, 40 years a druggist, Evansville, Ind. Price $1.25 per bottle, six bottles $7.00. Sold by the Crystal Pharmacy. Adv. DOCTORS WOULD - SAY THESE PILLS O.K. 666 has proven It win cure Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bil ious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the parasite that causes the fever.. It is a splendid laxa tive and general Tonic adv. Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 107-11 East Intendencia Street. PENSACOLA, FLA. BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES Canadian Shoe Store 516 N. Devilliers. Phone 1135 Let Us Be Your Milkman y Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywnere The CENTRAL PHARMACY "In the Heart f phucoU'1 The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178 ciraooM Began with head itching. Scalp red and sore and itched and burned till could not sleep. Hair all came out till head was as clear as palm of hand. A friend advised Cuticura. Began using free sample and after, wards bought more. Three cakes Soap Td three boxes Ointment healed. Prom signed statement of Miss Leanner Bonds, R. P. XX 2, Box 158, Brunswick, Tenn. Make Cuticura Soap and Ointment your daily toilet preparations. Cuticura Talcum ia an antiseptic, prophy lactic, soothing dusting powder of delicate, fascinating fragrance. 25c. everywhere. The formula of Tennffle's Liver Pilla fe approved by the medical profession generally. And thus you can know that this medicine ia an efficient rem edy for torpid liver, dyspepsia, indi gestion, dizziness, constipation, colds, the "braes," nervousness and all ail ment of the stomach and liver. If your bowels fail to act regularly at least once or twice a day, take one or two of those little Tennille's Liver Pills at night before retiring and the next morning you will wake up feeling (fine. These pills do not gripe and sicken one like doses Of calomel, and are, therefore, to be much preferred. Bottle of 24 pills 25c, at your (drug1 store. Refuse all substitutes. Ad v. Am use men s Norma Talmadge in "Tha 8fet .. ' Curtain." Kipling's India has been brought to the screen. What a world - of 1 satis faction there is in the thought." - To see, pulsating is visualized form, the people immortalized in "Plain ; Tales from the Hills," "Under the Deodars," and in "The Story of the Gadsbys" this means much Y for thousands of Kiqling lovers. It is not, to be, sure, the characters from Kipling's novels of which we speak, but the people and the scenes In the famous hill country of which Kipling wrote. It is these that have been brought to the screen. Norma Talmadge it is who has per formed this service, to the hundreds of thousands of people who have de lighted in Kipling's stories. In "The Safety. Curtain,' Miss Talmadge's latest select picture, which will be shown at the Isis theatre today for NEWSPAPER MAN TO DIRECT SALVATION ARMY PUB LI CI T Y A. A. Calloway has been named by campaign director, H. D. Cullen, as publicity director for the Gulf division, Salvation Army home service fund campaign . He succeeds David Holt, who has been employed by , the Ala bama Centennial Commission as its publicity secretary. , Mr. Calloway is a reporter of the Birmingham Ledger, and his services have been loaned to the home service campaign through the courtesy of that paper. Mr. Callo way recently has met with considerable success as a magazine writer, having had one novel and several short stories accepted ai-d published In popular magazines. Mr. Holt begins his duties with the Alabama Centennial Commission on May 1st. He will assist as a volunteer in Salvation Army campaign until its close, May 26. jk -' i many of the stories "The Pha am Rickshaw," for instance. To Peliti's it was that "Ahasuerus Jenkins of the 'Operatic Own " came when he "took two months at Simla when the year was at its spring, and underneath the deodars eternally did sing.'' Here was the ballroom, immortalized in "The lea of the Simla Dancers" perhaps the very ballroom shown by Miss Tal madge on the screen of "The Sattey Curtain." ... . . ' The Simla hills, the heart of Anglo-India-Where "all things begin, and many things come to an evil end" it is this region that Miss Talmadge has brought the screen in "The Safety Curtain." Even the Simla station, where so many scenes in Kipling's stories are laid, is portrayed in the course of the photoplay. EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Bsylsn street . Phone 345 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE S1 south Palafox Street FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN v 91? American Bank BJdg. Phone 912. READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yon WUI Find It Here 3 and 1 1 South Palafox Strec FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafox, Just Above Isis Thoatrs "WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. J. P. REMICH & SONS Tha Store That Satisfies" Remich's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 PURITY ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream aatd Fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781 Chero-Cola , There is none so goon. Chero-Cola Bottling " Works . Phone 236. TRY LIPTON'S TEA The WELLES-KAHN CO. AGENTS NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hta. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 East Wright. i Phono Ml. Metropolitan Cafe For Ladies and G ents. -'We Serve Quicker." 22 S. Palafox Street. Merchant's Lunch 35c up. Special Dinner 40c nd Satisfactory ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. Palafox and Gregory Streets Phone 415 20 is. PALAFOX i. -BETTER CLOTHES Charge Accounts Opened Your Credit to Buy Clothes. We Clothe the Family. Gentry- Strickland Co., 26 S. Palafox St. payable $1.00 Weekly. Put Your Cash into Liberty Bonds. Use PEOPLE'S MARKET For Quality and Price 200 West Government. Williams Transfer Co. "Our Business vs Moving" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. CALOMEL HOW PURIFIED FROM ALL OBJECTIOIIS Chemists Rid Doctors' Favorite Medicine of Nauseating and Salivating Qualities New Variety Called "Calotabs." 3t" "WumpE of modern pharaaacy" that is destined to bless the whole world, from the king on his throne to the humblest laboring man that Is the opinion of the druggists who. have been watching the sale of the Taew calomel tablet that is wholly free from the objectionable effects of the old-style calomel. An occasional purifying of the sys tem and thorough cleansing of the liver are absolutely essential to the maintenance of health, and calomel is the only drug that gives permanent results. Now that the unpleasant ef- fects are entirely removed, the popu larity of the new calomel, Calotabs, wiU be vastly increased. One tablet on the tongue at bedtime, a swallow of water no taste or unpleasantness of any kind. A good night's sleep and you wake up nAt morning feel ing fine, with a clean liver and a hearty appetite. Eat what you please no dnger. Calotabs are sold oly in original, sealed packages, twenty doses Tot shirty-five cents. All druggists are, authorized to refund the price if yo, are not throughly satisfied with Cal--ovstbs. Adv. NORMA TALMADGE M Int. SAFETY CURTAIN M Isis Today, Last Showing. the last time, the opening seens of the story are laid down in England, but afterwards the action takes place in India. Here it is that we pick up Kip ling's trail. ' : ' first in Bombay, on the coast, and afterwards in the hill country at Simla, for It is to Simla that Jhe English officer, portrayed by Eugene O'Brien, sends his young wire when the season of rains and fever sets in. ,And it was atSin.la that Kipling's most famous stories were laid. The young wife in this case is portrayed by Norma Tal madge, and the many admirers of Miss Talmadge will find a sentimental sat in seeing her graceful form moving "Hearts of the World." -.One of the most , Interesting an nouncements of the present season is that of the coming of Iavid "Ward Griffith's master production, "Hearts of the World, which will be seen here for a brief engagement at the Garden theatre three- matinees, three nights May 8, 9 and; 10. "Hearts of the World" is a love story of rare beauty and charm. Mr. Griffith describes it as "the story of a village. It was written by M. Gaston de Tolignac and translated from the French by Captain Victor Marior.'un der Mr, Grifftith's supervision. The fact that Mr. Griffiith spent more than eighteen months in creating it adds an unusual interest to the production. Those who liave been priviledged to see his former work, "The Birth of a Nation," know that the indomitable Griffith stops at nothing in the mak ing of super-productions. That "Hearts of the World'' has been de clared his masterpiece carries its own significance. A special symphony or chestra will add to the enjoyment of the performance. informs him that she know, t:-7 who harmed his sister. si, . ,e that it is Cregan, the same m, 4 has rained her life. Eventually r' I aim jean meet. Just as Jean i . to crush his life out a Higher intervenes and Cregan i3 God's way. vun.sht4 Jean' wife returns to him convinces him that she has not done anything wrong. He foivf and sunshine again enters h;3 Liberty Tha, As their mid-week offerin? rn. Richards' Modern Malda presi nine: for Office." urMu 1 e.-. stump speakers. Interspersed with C very tuneful songs and parodies fc!t Charles Richards cives n. - ' lively "When the Sun I3 Shinin7ET Down in Dixie." and Violet Witt sweetly "Coffee Cooler Tea.- and Hasner with hU two parodie. on Stars and Stripes Forever- ,nfl J1' Break the News to MothAr - Cleon Be-ggs favored bs with a finely distinct rendition Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the r 1 Whilft the honors ev. n ra'S,l SU v. V . 1 1 1 lit L .' - L nci Luuma eutci In Tretty V ttey, wnicn receiveI Tonr : was indeed exceptionalhr graceful and fini io urn win rcyeai wKlay and toniir changing Friday matinee to -aZL. Washington. Tr- WW Mitchell Lewis in "The Code of the Yukon." Mitchell Lewis, who will he remem bered for his excellent work in "The Barrier, and several other strong mountain pictures, will appear in his first select picture, "Code of the Yukon," at the Bonita theatre today. This picture is the story of Jean Du bois, a Frencih Canadian prospector, who has discovered a. gold mine. Jean is quietly storing away what dust he is able to wash out each day in the hope that he will soon have enough to leave the north woods on a long jour- Pastlme Theatre. Harry Feldman's Tanlce9 Doodle Ob yui on a. iiiuuu oecter Dill as thtr nj1 week offering in "Hrp, Hir. Tn,,i, during which Gertrude Earl sang "Ever imng is reacnes jown tn Georgia" - j t :i ..T . uaiiiuijj aim tu was aiso very nweet her duet and ensembler nnmber r. j-iarry reiaman ana Ms chorus of em lent ana gracerui nancers, "The Sight a Skirt Nearly Sets Me Crazy.- Ed Bellville favored tig wlfh a tj- clever paroay on tile "Trail of the Lon some Pine" and Pearl King ofered "Tr Will Be Sorry Tou Left M Like a Brok Doll and "I Want a Good Looking li- that Wears a Uniform" which receiv. encores. While Nellie Mason seemej catch the ears of her audience wi "Home, Sweet Home Again and the G. I Left Behind," and Afmes Gearys double encor for her "St. Louis B!nf and "If Tou Want to Taste Joy "WaitF the Lights to Go Out Last, hut re least, there Is Ted Waldman, the infeit. Me Harmonium player who seems to c just -about what he wants to with liltle cheap old harmonica, and his p. ody on "Maryland, entitled "I Lort .4 Eye Looking at Maryland and Tou Losf. One Too," which pleased verrce The bill on the whole is (food ani replete with quaint humor p.-, J some', gaps. I will repeat tcjay and tor,;;; changing at Friday's matinee "Splashes. , if rn! - KUD-niv-iism is a powerra antiseptic; it kills the poist caused from Infected cuts, cur old sores, tetter, etc. adv. -. " .a ! 'J , " r rr - V - - - V 1 - : . I 3t X o- v ' t - i 1 M'-V .... I 5 f""1 ft: H I - (KX?tl . A-.-, . - l f , 4 4 i 4 5 mftvtrii-ahaB it f a - 2" --1 ,s " f Harry Feldman's Yankee-Doodle Girls, At Pastime Thcstre This Week. through scenes which well might be laid in Peliti's hotel." If you know your Kipling, you will remember that Peliti's figures in , New V Records For May 1919 Now Ready. Come in and Hear Them Played Below we list a few of the popular numbers. We have others: 18539 Kentucky Dream Waltz. Velvet Lady Medley Waltz Nicholas Orlan do's Orchestra. 10-in., 85c McCORlMACK, JOHN 64803 CalKng . Me Home to You Teschemacher-DoreL 10-in., $1. ELMAN STRING QUARTET 74574 Quartet in A Minor Minute. Franz Schubert. 12-in., $1.50. 18534 Madelon one Step March. Marche Francaise Victor Military Band. 10-in., 85c. 35684 Sometime Medley Fox Trot Chong Medley Fox Trot Joseph , C.. Smith's Orchestra. 12-in., $1.35. 18536 Arabian Nights One-Step Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra. Sand Dunes One-Step Nicholas Orlando's Orchestra. 10-in., 85c. 18538 Don't Cry, Frenchy, Don't Cry Charles Hart-Elliott Shaw. I Know What It Means to be Lonesome Henry Burr. 10-in., 85c. 70123 When I Was Twenty-One Harry Lauder. 12-in., $1.25. 18537 How Ya Gonna Keep 'Era Down on the Farm Arthur Fields. How Are You Goin' to Wet Your Whistle? Billy Murray. 10-in.,- 85c. . 18535 A Good Man Is Hard to Find. For Johnny and Me Marion Harris, 10-in., 85c. REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE Geo. J. Emmanual, .Mgr. ' - 21 S. Palafox St. Phone 1717 hunt f sister. ney. He is anxious to start on his for the man who wronged his sister, This is his main object in life. Suddenly his calm is broken. A horde of gold seekers come to his part of the land. A village soon Springs up. "Faro" Telford, a renegade gambler, whom Jean had befriended, is the cause. He has informed his friends that Jean has discovered a goldt mine. A gang , of mining crooks try to steal the mine. They, persaude his wife to leave him. r S i Hi hi '' I'll - 1 1 4,; Z 7 p MITCHELL LEWIS i 1 "CODE OF THE VMKOr , - BONITA TODAY She runs away wit.b. one of the mem bers of the gang. Jean is heartbroken, but decides to leave the village ajid de vote all his energy to discovering the man who wronged his sister. Just as ' he Is about to leave the village a girl who is in the employ of Cregan, the' leader of the gang of crooks, and who Is in love with Jean. Dr. M. A. Lischkoff has returned resumed practice. Spring Styled Shoes Every pair a winner for smartness, every shoe a per fectly styled piece of f fc 'leather work. They are showing now, come see them. Cardovan $12. Kangaroo $11. Black Kid $9, $12. Russian Calf $9, $10, $12. White. Buckskin $10. Also complete line at I5 to $8. WHITE & "Rpttpr Clothes