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6. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1919. it'- -i4 ! . I f " ' t . "T f t v jy V - it J 1 M I U ' I t'T'u DO NOT DELAY Have Your Home Screened at once, then you won't be annoyed with flies and mosquitos. Black Screen Red Ft. In. Ft. In. 2 6X6 6 2 8 X 6 8 2 10 X 6 10 3 X 7 DOORS Frame Price $ 1 23 2.35 2.50 2.65 Galv. Screen Nat. Frame 2 ft. 6 in.X6 ft 6 in. 2 ft. 8 in.X6 ft. 8 in. 2 ft. 10 in.X6 ft. 10 in. 3 fUX7 ft. .. .... .$3.25 . 3.50 ..3.75 . 4.00 Gal. Screen Reinforced Fr Ft. In. i 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. . 30x37 Black Wire 36x37 Black Wire 30x45 Black Wire .. 30x37 Galv. Wire . , 36x37 Galv. Wire . , .9 .85 , . 1.00 . 1.25 . 1.25 . . 1.35 . . 1.50 3x7 Bronge Fancy Grill $16 When You Need Screers : Save This List and Telephone 30 or 35 RAY'S CORNER HARDWARE Purity Economy & Efficiency je typified in RISING SUN 'sKSmsiSa-. FLOUR It means nutritious Laldn&s, palatable and easily digestible. WELLES-KAHN CO., Pensacola. Fla. ' AMUSEMENTS rvfEURALGIA I 1 or Headache Rub the forehead and temples with, V v" if) ICICS VAPORUBS Theda Bars, in "The Two Orphans", At the Garden Today. That fine old story "The Two Or- known to everyone. In its new form it is even more thrilling and will win the applause of millions of jnotlon pic ture goers. Miss Bara has never failed to give splendid entertainment. In "The Two Orphans' she plays the part of a girl who is not of the vampire type, and she establishes for herself a sep arate place in pictures. In this pic ture her versatility is shown to a re markable degree. It is one of the many reasons why she has eo big a place in the hearts of picture fans. "The Price of Peace" at Isis Next : Wednesday for Victory Liberty Loan Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 107-11 East lntendencia Street. PENSACOLA, FLA. " Jy fe E:fflfc- ; . : .....Miff I X "" : y I IMMimilllliM 111 1111 11 Ml Mill III ill III III i illll III I II M I ! rH 1 1 1 I i i 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 im . n,.,.,,. """"'"' 1 Pansacclft' It I II I 1 mmmmsmmmssm i CIVIL SERVICE HAS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE MEN Civil service under the United States government offers many opportunities to ex-service men of the military establish ment and it is well worth the wiyie or any former service man to make a care ful investigation of this broad fiei for employment. Information concerning-opportunities for employment in the fed eral ciyil service ma- be obtained from the secretary of the local civil service examiners at the custom house or po3t office in any of 3,000, cities, or by com municating with th Tj. . Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C. In any request for information .rnade by mail ihe inquirer should state in general terms' his qualifications and desires in order that his inquiry may be answered intelligent The civil service commission is also represented at militarv and ftava.1 p&tir,- 1 lisnments throughout the country. The price ."they" paid and are still paying for world peace and the great necessity for us, back home, to do our share in paying our part of the price, is vividly shown in ? the. stirring war drama, "The Price ' of Peace,'! . being shown free at the Isis theatre on Wednesday. May 7th, which has just been issued by : the ' treasury, depart ment In connection with the Victory Loan campaign. A The embarkation of troops, thrilling battle scenes of how the marines fought at Balleau Wood, with guns in action, will be siwwn with close ups. The "Lost Battalion" the scene of the famous stand against the Ger mans will be shown, a battle in; the air and the falling of the army p!ane, and an American air squadron in ac tion, photographed from a plane, will be thrilling scenes. Captured German balloons used for front observation in the American sector and' a tremendous artillery barrage will : also be : shown. How an. American battery goes into action on. a ijusy morning, pouring mustard gas shells into the enemy's lines, the army of occupation march ing across the Rhine into Germany, a wonderful parade ' financed on Liberty bonds. President Wilson in Paris, and at the last a husky American soldier keeping , "Die . Wacht am , Rhine,'' is shown. .' '- . The ladies of the Escambia County Women's Liberty Loan committee will be at the theatre ;to solicit subscrip tions " so that everyone will be given an opportunity to subscribe to the "Victory" loan and do their part in order that we may, in the typical American way, carry . to a successful finish that which we have begun. On that day Mrs. Dave Kugelman and her corps of workers will solicit subscrip tions, and it is hoped that Pensacola will make the splendid, patriotic re sponse that has become characteristic of her. , "' ' . - On May 9 and 10 a D. W. Griffith picture, "The Girl Who Stayed at Home," will be shown at the Isis, and talks on 'the Victory loan made. On those two ; days Mrs. E. . C- Maxwell and Mrs. .Taylor, with her corps of workers, will solicit ; subscriptions. , revealed before, an d in the securln which he had tho hw,, . rInof of David Lloyd .George. prhne of England, and French officials. The backsro311 war-is, however, merely uSSJjJ f the development of the romawe scenes of which are -laid In , U village in France. A comranv,fT!I by Lillian and Dorothy Herron. George Siegmann, Robert derson, -George Fawcett and va Bon Alexander interpret this ia ? r the Griffith xnasterpfeces sLi(, IStf; surpass his former triumpht Birth of a Xation." "8 D. W. Griffith's "The Girl Wh c At Home Coming So0n SUyed When one witnesses the s'h of a new Griffith film, it is with confidence of meeting some of t?" most interesting persons. And n faces are to the fore in "The Gin -ttW Stayed, at. Home.- the latest of mp Griffith's Artcraft pictures, to be at the Isis theatre for two Z ? week. ' The drama serves as a vehicle hlrh introduces a group of personalities new X lie &H "If. th4 Hrt ot The Home at QUALITY tCL OUEAiV HONE? TKEDABARA - DIRECTION 'WILLIAM FOX EXIDE BATTEUY AND SEUVICK STATION IHE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Byler trrt Phone 343 LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. 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If nec- J """"J 'kjk-in. uuow Ulltt UlilCO a day, after meals. For Pin Neuralgia Earache Toothache Colds Grippe Rheumatism Lame Back Neuritis !Kov you. Are jolcin' BlUniE BUHKfi Cw'Oood. Grciou. . Annibelio 2u a. tALAFOX "BETTER CLOTMa Millions" V Hi.HfV "Proved Safe By Mill Buy only the original "Bayer Dackajrps 20 cent package also larger Bayer packages. Asfo for and Insist Upon Only Genuine FRED C. WAITE HIE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank Bldg. Phone 912. READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yon Will Find It Here 9 and It South Palifox Stree Charge Accounts Opened Your Credit to Buy Clothes. We Clothe the Family. Gentry Strickland Co., 26 S. Palafox St. payable $1.00 WTeekly. Put Your Cash into Liberty Bonds. Use NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hats. v Also fine Shoe Rtpairing. , 82 East Wright. Phone 441. Bayer Tablets of Aspirin Owned by Americans Entirely. Aspirin i. the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoace'ticacidester of SaWlicacid 99 FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafox. Just Abovo lata Thoatr PEOPLE'S MARKET For Quality and Price 200 West Government. "WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. J.P.REBIICH&SONS -The Stora That Satisflea Renrich's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 Williams Transfer Co. 'Our Business 13 Moving" . All Kinds of Hauling:. PHONE 2099. a. ; . phans," a tale that has touched and delighted many hearts, will be seen in its 1918 form at the Garden theatre today. . "The Two Orphans' is one of the plays that made Miss Theda Bara famous as a screen star, and is one of the "Big Six William Fox successes that have been remade because of a demand throughout the country. The story of "The Two Orphans" is NEW ST. JAMES HOTEL Jacksonvills, Florida. One half block from Band Concerts in : Hemming Park. (Cor. Julia 7td Monroe Hot and cold Sts.) water in every running room :... . Steam Heat. SPECIAL RATES FOR APRIL. Billie .Burke's New Film, Story Baaed On Successful Play. Billie Burke, one of the foremost motion picture stars in the country, Yho is widely known as one of the most delightful of the galaxy of Para mount stars, will be seen in her lat est photoplay, "Good Gracious, Anna belle!" at the Isis theatre today. The story of this picture is based upon the celebrated play of the same name, written by Clare Kummer, and produc ed with remarkable success at the Re public theatre in New York City, in October, 1917. The theme of the picture is one of exceptional excellence and it provides Miss Burke with one of the most "de lightful characterizations of her screen career. The story deals with a her mit miner in a Western mining town who, in a pftched battle between min ers, kidnaps a girl and, carries her to his cave. In order that her reputation might not suffer, he calls in a parson and marries her out of hand. When she protests, he thrusts her out of the cave and tells her to shift for her self, and she quits him without even knowing his name. . , Later, when , the miner strikes it rich, he provides liberally for his wife who i sliving in an Eastern city. How the two are ultimately ' reunited, is captivatingly shown in a series of splendid scenes, suspense and refined comedy. : Miss Burke's role in- this charming story provides her wtth a character zation that will rank among her best screen portraits. She is admirably supported by a strong company, in cluding many well-known players, her leading man being Herbert Rawlinson. The picture was directed with fine re sults by George Melford. Carol Dempster ta GRIFFITH'S! 'The Girl Vho Stayed At. Hbme : , Aa AETCRAFT Pidural ! Coming to Isis Next Week. to the list of Griffith players. XTho ever heard of Carol Dempster and Clarine Seymour? The young women appear in fervid contrast, as unlike as a Grecian urn and a punch bowl Both beautiful, both brunettes, botij slender, both young, yet they appea with a decisive difference. K ' . "Fighting for . Gold, Pastime Sunday. Feeble Old People Vinol is What You Need because it contains the very elements needed to re place weakness with ' strength, viz : Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates, and Glycerophosphates, with a mild tonic wine. This is a splendid combination to restore strength, vitality and vigor. It has given ninety percent satisfaction for sixteen years. HERE IS PROOF : Ford Car and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 UEiiO'S "BETTER liliEAD For Sale by ALL FIRS'i CLASS STORES liEED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Streets Malone. N.Y. . ' t "I am 84 years of age and got into a feeble, weak and nervous condition so I could not sleep. 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' Kangaroo $li; Black Kid $9, $12. Russian Calf $9, $10, $11, $12. White Buckskin $10. Also complete line at, $6 to-$8. WHTTE & WHITE "Better Clothes" 9 1: . 1 ft . ... li t !v V . V rv'; " ; WILLIAM DUNCAN in Vitagraph'a Great Serial "THE MAN OF MIGHT!! Pastime Sunday. "Hearts of the World." "Hearts of the World, the D. W. Griffith super production, presented with the accompaniment of a special symphony orchestra, will be the at traction at the Garden theatre, three matinees and three nigrhts. May 8-9-10. "Hearts of the World" is a simple love story unfolded in France, where Mr. Griffith spent 18 months in pro ducing it. In the latter part of the story this master dramatic genius brings before his public a vivid pan orama of war such as never has been ;-7 j,r; v. j & f f ii iiiiiliiililiiriiiBmilMMII """" "- r BO N IT A TOMORROW. Tom Mix, Pastime Sunday. . the New York, May 1. omces -New York Call, socialist newspaper were raided this afternoon by s0'u;1 and sailors, who declarl their an tion'was attracted by Bolsl.ev.st - ers pasted on the outside of the du ing. Employees of the Cai. thrown into the street from dooraj' and windo'.va.