. THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1919.
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A wonderful opportunity is offered on Today and Monday to
get screen doors at a great saving. We will put on sale a limited
number of odd sized and slightly damaged screen doors. The
first ones coming will get the best doors. Maybe one of these new
odd sized doors will fit your frame.
Remember the Days, Today and Monday!
Guaranteed 5000 Miles
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Fresh Western Meats
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For Ladies and Gents.
We Serve Quicker."
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' Merchant's Lunch
Palafox and Grepory Streets
BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES
Canadian Shoe Store
516 N. Devilliers. Phone 1135
20 o. PALAFOX & 1 .
"BETTER CLOTH Ea
16 North Palafox.
"Thft Store for Women"
EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY-TO.
VkfAR AND MILLINERY
We Furnish the
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CASH GROCERY CO.
LABEL COFFEE, 25C
- per can
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And makes their little bodies
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is ricK in pure su&ar content com blended
with cane. Finest achievement in svrup
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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. ;
NO INJUNCTION IS
BULK HEAD CASE
Speaking of the Texas OH company
bulkhead controversies Mayor San
ders yesterday, declared that if the
people who are making so much agi
tation w -uld follow the editorial sug
gestion of yesterday's Journal, and
come to the city hall for a business
discussion of the matter, there is no
doubt it could be settled to the satis
faction of all concerned. He deplored
the fact of so much long range ar
tillery fire over it.
Both the mayor and commissioners
asserted that the laws of the city,
the state and the federal government
require the construction of a bulkhead,
and they exhibited the volumes con
taining the statutes, the city ordinance
dating from 1908. They contended,
therefore, that those who ask the city
officials to recede from their position
ask them virtually to violate the laws,
rather than enforce them. ,
In this connection no reference was
made to the fact that other enter
prises granted privileges on the water
front have not been required to pro
vide such bulkheads, which is one of
the main basis of contention on part
of the oil company officials.
The mayor stated that figures had
Do Your Best.
Everyone should do all he can to
provide for his family and in order
to do this he must keep his physical
condition possible. No one can rea
sonably hope to do much when he is
half sick a good share of the time.
If you are - constipated, bilious or
troubled with indigestion, get a pack-
i age of Chamberlain's Tablets and fol
low the plain printed directions, and
you will soon be feeling alright and
able to do a day's work- Adv.
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us, train you.
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Red Label Cans at Your Grocer's
People are learning that it is only
a waste of time and money to - take
medicine internally tin- chronic and
muscular rheumatism, and about
ninety-nine out of a hundred cases are
one or the other of thees varieties. All
that is really necessary to afford re
lief is to apply Chamberlain's Lini
ment freely. Try it. It costs but 35
cents per bottle. Large size 60 cents.
been secured on the construction of
the bulkhead indicating a cost of ?G..vC0,
rather than $14,000, as stated in some
of the discussions of the matter. Both
Commissioner Pou and the mnyor
averred that, they had entertained no
notidn whatever of Instituting injunc
tion proceedings, and that all tVk
of such action was wholly gratui-'
It was stated that several citiT?-r.
Including one of the coram 'ssi-n-a
had already offered to contribute con
siderable sums toward the expenrr of
the bulkhead, and it was believed
that if a meeting of representative
citizens could be had at the city hall,
the solution of the problem could be
quickly discovered, and the city as
sured this important improvement on
the water front.
Why Suffer When Relief
Within Easy Reach
Swift, certain and safe relief from
headache usually comes to those who
take one or two of Hollan's Headache
Tablets, one of the most efficient rem
edies in use. If you are subject to
headaches, either as the result of eye
strain, worry, neuralgia, exposure or
overwork, you should have a bottle of
Hollan's Headache Tablets with you
all the time. They usually give ab
solute relief in half an hour and there
are 24 tablets Jn a ?0c bottle. Can be
11 fni- nil a-. i . .
. utia.u jje.JU3 ana lever, i our
druggist can supply you. Refuse to!
accept any substitute. adv.
Special for This Week
Plain Flour, 24-lb. bag. ..
Plain Flour, 12-lb. bag . .
S. R. Flour, 24-lb. bag
S. R. Flour, 12-lb. bag . .
A-No. 1 Flour, 24-lb. bag. .$1.65
A-No. 1 Flour, 12-lbfl bag... 85c
Rice, 10 lbs. for ....... . .$1.00
Sugar, 10 lbs. for $1.00
Soja Beans, No. 2 can, .2 for 15c
Cottolene, 10 lb. bkt. .
White Cloud Lard, bkt.
5-lb. net ... .......
Alaga Syrup, per gal. . .
Alaga Syrup, 1-2 gal.
Alaga Syrup, 1 1-2 lb. can. . 15c
Karo Syrup, per gal. ..... .75c
i Karo Syrup, 1-2 gal. .45c
Karo Syrup, 11-2 lb. can. . . 15c
No. L Tomatoes, 3 cans for. .25c
No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 cans for. .25c
V. C. Pork & Beans, 2 cans
for .................... 25c
Octagon Soap, 3 bars for. . ,25c
W. Powder, 6 pkgs. for 25c
Early June Peas, 2 cans for 25c
Sweet Corn, per can .......15c
2 cans for ............ . . 15c
Delivery to any part of the citj".
Corner Coyle and Gregory St.
Washington, May 4. Secretary Dan
iels has commended seventeen mem
bers of the crew Of the Destrnvop
Shaw for courage and devotion to duty
at the time of collision between the
Shaw and the Cunard liner Acquatnia
last October. Commander Ci
of the Shaw, when broken steering
gear made collision certain, maneu
vered so the liner would xtrite. tvi
destroyer in stead of the destroyer
cutting the liner in two. "With ninety
feet of her bow gone and fire in the
oil blinkers, the men got the ship to
Portland, England, under her own
Without Fear of Contradiction, the Wonder
Play of All Times
YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY JO SEE
Superb Musical Score interpreted by
Company's Own New York Symphony Or
chestra of 15.
A LOVE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR
Dwarfing "The Birth of a Nation" and
The Most Magnificent Spectacle ever Staged
See our Florida boys on the firing line
PRICES Matinees, 50c, 5c war tax; $1.00, 10c war tax.
Nights, $1.00, 10c war tax; $1.50, 15c war tax. Seats on
sale today at Box Office. Mail or phone orders will receive
prompt attention. Phone No. ir. "
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Clarme Seymour in.
'.The Girlho Stayed At
The Latest and Most Timely of Mr. 3
Smallest , Girl In Pictures.
Clarine Seymour, wh0 appears for the
first time in a Griffith film in his latest
production. "The Girl Who Stayed at
Home," which is on view at the Isis
theatre this week, is probably the small
est actress in motion pictures. . She is
four feet and nine inches tall, welgns
eighty-six pounds, and tho only article
of woman's wear she can find to fit
her in the shops is a handkerchief.
From Broadway to Desert Big Jump
Running the gamut of human emotions
from the pleasure-hunting crowds that
throng the Great White Way to the gi0
battle for existence in the Great Amer
ican desert. -Partners Three." the new
Paramount picture, starring Enid Ben
nett, will be shown at the Isis tomorrow.
It tells the story of a girl who longs
to be removed from the distasteful Ufa
or cabaret dancer and who accepts a
westerner's proposal of marriage as ner
salvation, only to discover, too late, that
the- man with whom she has linked her
life is a drunkard and a coward.
She is first seen in a mental struggle,
trying to maintain her ideals amid sur
roundings of depravity; later
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fears in a fight against nature, lost on a
desert where she is confronted with the
immensity of space, the poison of rep
tiles, the lack of water; and still later
she must battle against society, trying
to uphold the cause of charity in the
face of false idesls of propriety.
It is one of the greatest emotional
parts ever entrusted to Miss Bennett,
and gives her a wonderful scope for act
ing. It was designed to portray a
woman confronted with all the great
problems of life the struggle against
nature for existence, the inward fight for
the establishment of Ideals and the re
lationship she must bear to society and
its laws. The story was written by J. U.
Mawkes, and the director was Fred Niblo,
husband of the star.
Joe Ryan, Pastime Sunday.
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Ruth Roland, Liberty Sunday.
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