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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1919.
6. WOULD GO FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE rp t is J; - s 2 - - f J5 - JLf tan A. I W 1 7 4.00 PURITAN PAINT on Saturday Only We Will Put on Sale of 250 Gallons of Puritan Ready Mixed House Paint at $2.25 per Gallon This paint is Louisville Lead & Color Cos highest grade, paint which was carried by Avery Hardware Co. We do not carry this line; it is getting old on our hands and we are anxious to close these few gallons out hence the sacrifice. THERE ARE: 15 gallons Moss Green Puritan 13 gallons Brown Puritan. 36 gallons Pearl Puritan. 60 gallons Cream Puritan. 25 gallons Drab Puritan. 5 gallons Yellow Puritan. 4 gallons Med. Grey Puritan. gallons Lilac Puritan, gallons Blue Puritan. 18 28 RAY 20 gallons Lt. Brown Puritan. 2 gallons Pea Green Puritan. 8 gallons Apple Gr. Puritan. 20 gallons Light Blue Puritan. ALL FOR p2.25 per alien SATURDAY ONLY CORNER HARDWARE PALAFOX A ND GARDEN Mrs. Harrington Feels Like Go ing Out and Telling Everybody About Tanlac. Metropolitan Cafe For Ladies and Gents. -We Serve Quicker." 22 S. Palafox Street. Merchant's Lunch qrc'i 35c up. sjfe- Special Dinner -v1r 40c a-t- n,1 Satisfactory Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For Best and Neatest Work in Repairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street. Phone 2032 McCanns Tire and Repair Shop Phone 404 113 North Palafox Street M'MILLAN AUCTION CO. Moogs Old Stanfl 327-29 South Pakfox Sa. PHONE 374 THE KOZY KORNER t Agents for Johnston's Milwaukee Candies "The Appreciated Chocolates" LEE ELECTRIC CO. A Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. - ' Phone 1674 THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET . : CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair prices. 431 West Belmont Street. Phone 932. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP Fine Shoe Repairing 111 North Palafox.' Phone 416 Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with scales nd consumers will i-iea.se exact correct weight aud repon any discourtesy o drivers to office. Phones 59 cr 259. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. (Successor zo PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hats. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 East Wright. Phone 441. EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE. QKn tdtJl, Phone 2027 Gsrden and DeVillier DOCTORS WOULD SAY THESE PILLS O.K. The formula of Tennille's Liver pills is approved by the medical profession generally. And thus you can know that this medicine is an efficient rem edy for torpid liver, dyspepsia, indi gestion, dizziness, constipation, colds, the "blues," nervousness and all ail ments 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 does of calomel, and are therefore to be much preferred. Bottle of 24 pills, 25c at your drug store. Refuse all substitptes. (adv.) "I would just like to go from house to house and tell the people about Tanlac," said Mrs. Mollie Harrington, of 111 Third street, Peoria, I1L, in a recent statement which she requested published for the benefit of others. "My health gave way years ago," Mrs. Harrington continued, "and I had long sine despaired of ever getting any better. I was very weak and pale r hardly had the color of blood in my I face suffered terribly from stomach trouble and was extremely nervous. I was really in a broken down condition, and being past fifty-eight years of age, which I thought was against me, I had no hope of getting well and nothing too look forward to but the end. which I often felt was drawing near. "Then I got to ' reading about the wonderful results others were getting from Tanlac and yet I could not make up my mind at first to try it, as I had little idea It could help a person of my age, especially, one in such a low state of health. But somehow I was in fluenced to buy a bottle and that was about the luckiest day of my life, for whenl finished taking it there was a wonderful improvement in my condi tion. "Then I had' some thting to look for ward to hope of complete recovery so I bought a few more bottle of Tan lac, and now I don't have to tell my friends I am well again, for they can see that from- my looks ,and often speak of it. I am more thankful to Tanlac ' than 1 can express, for now I am enjoying , life -and good, health, which I never expected to enjoy any more, and L " want this testimonial published in all the papers in Illinois that everybody may know what Tanlac will do, for I feel that I ought to tell all suffering people about this won derful medicine." : Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. (adv.) WOODMEN ELECT TEAM MANAGER; ORDER UNIFORMS The Woodmen of hte World; got busy last night, as per schedule, and organized their baseball team.-W. W. Hubbard will captain the outfit and the manger is I .T. Burtt. His as sistant is R. H. Weatherlow. Manager Burtt was authorized to or der uniforms and equipment, which he did with the speed, dash and accuracy, and the Woodmen will be ready to take the field in a few days. . The manager is ready to receive com munications and in a short time will issue a few. : ,- . m I i y-; rt& h nrn , fc,J& as -;:-XS&S& hwatatmw-! v You. oa.n't see Ada.' ETHEIi CLAVTQNe Fer : , . i Showing "at the Isis. - ; 666 has proven it will euro 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. per can The Banking & Savings Trust Company THE UPTOWN BAN ft General Banking Oxiy Tnut Company Wert WE BUY AND bELL. BONDS Rapid Transfer Co. We Haul Anything Any where at"Any Time. 19 East Garden Street Phone 2331 Walter Carr, Manager REED'S "BETTER For Sale by BKEAIT ALL. FIRST CLASS STORES DEED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Streets LA MODE 522-124 South Palafox Street Ladies' Garments and Fine Millinery. "THE BKST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL." MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY - TO - WEAR GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. WTrighf St. Phone 676 DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Masonic Temple, Pcnsacola. Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth . 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 Which of the Three ra Children like B&st; f "Crystal White" in the Red Can; "Golden Brown" in the Bins Can; "Maple Flavor" the new Karo with plenty of substance and . a rich Maple Taste -in the Green Can. 1 IMPORTANT TO YOU Every can of Karo is marked . - he misled by packages of similar size bearing numbers IS . l only end having no relation to weight of contents. l ' m 17 iO 17 17 No touwfe e afford to be without the new 68-page Corn Products IS HI rir, V. Cook Book. Recipes for wonderful dishes and easy to make. Handsoma B ! Hlustrationa full information. The book is free. Write us today for it. - H I Corn ProducU Refining Company P. O. Box 161, New York City jf g - s 1 V 3, VV -C 1 1 y,' ;t If ' Australian Musical Millers, Pastime All This Week. Real Snow Stuff in Desmond Play. The snow 'scenes in "The Mints of Hell," William Desmond's latest are among the most remarkable ever seen on the screen. The big snow-storm scene during the exciting dogsled race is a most graphic bit of realism which adds tremendously to the production, conveying the Alaskan atmosphere convincingly. The scene of the drama is in the Yukon in the depth of the Arctic win ter, most of the action taking place on the trail of the great Lillimuit Divide. Across this trackless waste of snow, men have gone in search of "The Mints of Hell," the name given to Flat Gold, which is black and soft and flat like coins from . "the mints of helL" In their mad search for this most pre cious of all gold-ore, adventurers have gone over the Divide never to return, while many who found it and survived, have gone mad with joy at the sight of the treasure which made them mil lionaires. : . , The drama tells the story of a man who . went alone over the unknown trails and found the Flat Gold "pock et." - - . .... . William Desmond was never better cast than in this picture, and makes a manly, and likeable character in the role of Dan Burke, the hero. Park Frame, directed the production which contains ' an unusually strong cast, today, at -the Garden., - very sweet and graceful , in her har, balancing and posing act. The bill w; repeat" today and tonight, changir. Wednesday matinee to "A Day Wi the Ponies." "Maggie Pepper" a Clever Store Gi How an out of date department stor may be transformed by the commo sense and intelligence of a girl in a prosperous enterprise, is tola "Maggie Pepper," the new Paramou picture in which! beautiful Ethel Cla ton will be seen at the Isis theater to today." Furthermore, the picture & picts the struggles of the clever Ma gie against heavy odds, enemies an adverse circumstances. The big, nv man note is uppermost in this pi Which was written by Charles Klei Gardner Hunting did the scenario a Chester Withey directed the produc tion. Ethel Clayton in the title role is sa. to. be superb. She has the pecai quality of alertness and activity, well as the charm and culture to ma the role one that will not soon be foi gotten.. The production is far abov the average, which is easily beueau when it is remembered that this ;s Paramount picture. PASTIME THEATRE . - Joe Mall's "Gloom Chasers" come to us as ' a , pleasant relief from the medio representations we have been having lately in their vehicle for fun making, "The' Lady .in Lavender." The comedy is broad and full of pep and the' big capable chorus is up-to-date and lively. Two of their number, Ma rian Carl and Lucile Shope, favored us with songs, "Come With Me" and 'Til Say So." . .The young' man who danced, Fred Neeley, was good, but he is too ' bashful. "The Girl in. La vender Helen Still man, rendered very sweetly "The Rose of No Man's Land," and "Till We Meet Again." ' Leu Luther and Nig Shope gave 'good accounts of- themselves in their respective parts " in songs and dancs," . -,- ' ; ' The Australian Musical Millers are quite a novelty in their nialnt act, the best features being Mrs. Miller's clog dancing and the playing of "Because i r Love You on a violin made out of a ) broom , and a dust pan. Miss Lola is 15 1 , UjU Miss Lola. Pastime All Week.