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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1919.
0 3 ,.S J. Hi , u -, I X . ff-r u - ; lrr U 4..00 PURITAN PAINT on Saturday Only We Will Put on Sale of ' 250 Gallons of Puritan Ready -:'4&Iixed : HoDse-Paiat'' -at $2.25 per Gallon This paint is Louisville Lead & Color Co.'s 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 36 gallons Pearl Puritan. 60 gallons Cream Puritan. 25 gallons Drab Puritan. 5 gallons Yellow Puritan. 4 gallons Med. Grey Puritan. 18 gallons Lilac Puritan. 28 gallons Blue Puritan. ;' 13 gallons Brown Puritan. 20 gallons Lt. Brown -Puritan. 2 gallons Pea Green Puritan. 8 gallons Apple Gr. Puritan. 20 gallons Light Blue Puritan. ALL FOR :'225 per-'aiiBi ;'. .:. SATURDAY ONLY RAYS COR N E R H A R DWARE PALAFOX AND GARDEN I - . ,VA . GOODYEAR SHOE Metropolitan Cat e SHOP For Ladies and Gents. . . we serve Quicker." Fine Shoe Repairing we oerv m North Pajafox. Phone 416 22 S. Palafox Street. Merchant's Lunch Z Notice to Ice Consumers 35C UP r Our wagon are equipped with scales , -i r;nna 1 ind consumers will i lease exact correct !c bpeCiai UUiu weight and report any discourtesy ol ' j n drivers to office. Phones 5 rr 59. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. r.s rif! SatlSiaC.Or Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY Send Your Old Shoes to .. Wpt End Shoe Store - JNAx b For Rt an? Neatest Work in READY TO WEAR STORE Repairs. AH Work Guaranteed i-w rt. mo.e., 321 North DeVillier Street. Atofi-. sho- ..nng. Phone 2032 r. EVERLASTING McCWs Tire and FABRICS CO. Repair Shop - , . Q Pensacola s Representative Store Phone 404 i so . - , - GARDEN 113 North Paiafox Street CASH GROCERY COr; WW hit w ' BLUE LABEL COFFEE, "' Of? M'MILLAN AUCTION Fone'2627' ' . CO. Gsrden and DeVillier Moogs Old Stan 3 327-29 South Pajafox Sa. i phone 374 Rapid Transfer Co. THE KOZY KORNER We Haul Anything Any- "" Agents for where at Any Time, lottnston's Milwaukee Candies J9 East Garden Street 'The Appreciated Chocolates" Phone 2331 BBBB Walter Carr, Manager LEE ELECTRIC CO. I . - Contracting and Supplies n , i 109 N. Palafox St. REED'S -; "BETTER BREAD" For Sale by Phone 1674 ALL FIRST CLASS STORES . 1 REED'S SANITARY BAKERY THE LEADER Palafox and Gregory Streets FOR MEN AND BOYS : LA MODE SOUTH PALAFOX STREET 522.124 south P.i.fox street Ladies' Garments and Fine 1 'Millinery. . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . thsj best pulce to bhop Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. after all.- Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair prices. mapptc ppnc 431 West Belmont Street. MORRIS BROS. Phone 932 LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GENTS FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Th$ BmHng & Sayisgs Behmmt and Deviniers strete IulSS I DR. LIVINGSTONE Cm.1 THE SPECIALIST encnl Banking mat , g ni D I Oaxj Treat Corapanj r Wwt c - - Esla. Win D o. VE BUY AND oLL . Seeond noopr;n,Itt:rie Temp,a BONDS ' rTT a t Trrv ciinp Elebash J ewelry Co. ilUALili-l Jewelers and Opticians FOR WOBIEN Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 7S E. Wright St. Phone 676 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS MaJ?e your desserts better by using Blue Ribbon Vanilla used by the best cooks, sold by the leading grocers. MAIMED SOLDIERS BE PREPARED FOR CIVIL SERVICE "Washington, May 20. It is not gen erally known that the Federal Board for Vocational Education maintains a course designed to prepare disabled sol diers for civil service positions. - There are 32 men now studying to Qualify themselves for positions under the civil service, and the board will, undertaka to prepare - any student who so de sires, provided he can qualify as phy sically competent to do the work. Of course there are some regulations re garding these positions and men obv iously handicapped cannot Expect to hold down jobs where their physical disqualifications are such as to prevent the proper discharge of the duties. But on April 16 the president authorized an amendment to the civil service rules which permits the civil service com mission to exempt from the physical requirements established for any po sition, a disabled and honorably dis charged soldier or sailor or marine upon the certification of the Federal Board for Vocational Education that he has been specially trained for and has passed a practical test, demon strating his physical ability to perform the work sought. Under the law a disabled soldier has a preference on the civil service lis: of eliglbles. When congress . ad journed there was pending a bill by Senator Harrison has stated that he greatly amplify this preference, and Senator Harrison ha sstated that he will renew his fight on behalf of the disabled soldiers, sailors and marines, as soon as congress convenes again. HOUSE REFUSES TO RECEDE FROM ITS ( TAX REFUND BILL) Tallahassee. May 20. When the I senate was informed by a house mes sage yesterday morning that the house refused to recede from its amendment to the McLeod automobile tax refund bill, the senate voted to insist and the president appointed a conference com mittee composed of Senators McLeod, Turnbull and Johnson. The house amendment provides that the license taxes illegally collected under a mis construction of the law of 1917 shall be refunded direct to the parties who paid the licenses and not to any agent or attorney. , 'jf ft iz&ri ..j-i-tf-w 'i vv- hit if r h H"1, miIl a y LimkJmmmmli A Sensational Oriental Scren Drama Showing at the Isis Today and Tomorrow, "The Foolish Age", Screaming Farce. New Paramount'Stnnttt Comedy . Has Blacksmith Hero. The love affairs of a blacksmith ard his, helper are the theme of a new Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy, 'The Foolish Age," which will be shown at the Isis theatre today. Ches ter Conklin plays the role of a blac- ff J" J-Tj 6 1 to :.f si f 'A' if. , , " fJ f k . i f NORMA TALMADGE The Forbidden Cuy" smith, who, when a fascinating youn lady rescues him from a redhot horse shoe, forgets all about his beloved Louise Fazenda, who keeps the gen eral store, and turns his attentions to 'the hew beauty. 4 But there is a strong argument in Louise'3 favor which Chester had thtv far overlooked. She had a bank book and on the. credit side was a balance of $70,000! Whew! If he had only known sooner. But it remained for J i V -TTTF. nTTO.T or SLCMEIR MOUNTAIN! hew iwn THE ONE REEL, SUPER-SPECIAL' Coming to Pastime June 2 and 3. 111 Coca-Cola -is a perfect ' W 1 1 ; - answer to -thirst tha 1 1 1 r satisfy;. ; y 1 w Coca-Cola quality , recorded in , I ral 111 ' the public taste, is what holds Ifil it above imitations.' . jlMj I IR ' - "Demand the genuine by toF ' vM C(if. ni ifeVj . '"11 name nicknames i Ml I vu uWfl'fl encourage substitution. ' ' 'uil ' WiA - THE COCA-COLA CO. 'fill f jfif ' his wily helper, Jim Finlayson, to find this out and he lost no time in cut ting out Chester. After some of the funniest scenes that - have ever been screened Louise suddenly changes her mind and turns on them both. She decides 'ti3 sweet to be single, especially when, one would have to sacrifice a fat bank roll. ? . '; Theda Bara Coming in "Salome." ; A. U re-arrangement in bookings brings to the Isis theater, at an early date,- "Salome," a new spectacular film offering of much promise, ac cording to reports from the east. The production is declared to have been six months in the making at the Wil liam Fox studios in Southern Cali fornia, and, with the picturesque lo cale in which the action transpires to inspire the director, is said, to be of surpassing beauty in its scenic as pects. : The story, which has inspired writers like Oscar V Wilde, Herman Suderman, Gustave Flaubert and Ste phen Phillips; composeds like Julea Massenet and Richard Strauss an several painters and etchers of world renown, should provide that arch-artificer of the animated screen, Theda Bara, with plentiful chances to dis play the wiles and whims of the, type she has made famous in Camera- land. . " 2 WORLD WAR VETERANS HAW 2,400 POSTS Cleans Furniture-As Well As Rugs This Electric Cleaner is more than a cleaner of rugs. It is a guardian of home cleanliness. Special attachments enable one with very little effort to clean thoroughly and to keep clean without beating or removal Furniture Mattresses Draperies Bedding Curtains " Clothing Pillows Furs Think of the actual saving in wear and tear and in labor when you clean the Electric Way. Pensacola Electric Co. Telephone "20 10 General of the Xationel CouncilWor! War Veterans, with headquarters uimuunceu ioaay mat the pre-I Uminary work involved in the orgam- zitLiun ol me vona war veterans un der the National Council Was pract! i cally completed. He stated that 2,10 posts had received and were operatin;-! under provisional charters and that h i daily mail was heavy with application-! The first impresison of the official to-' signia of the Order have been receive'',! and the manufacturers have given tYA asurance that a large number will b: ready within a few days. Although i: is impossible at this time to definitely state the actual membership a conser-l vative estimate places it at between fifty and one hundred thousand. All this has taken place since the active- organization work was begun pn March! 20th. . - - . : Commander-inChief Hugh ' B. Do;-J nelly, when asked about the objects oil the World War Veterans, stated tha: this organizalion was made up of ti; men and was purely for the men. "We have many officers asociate' with us. it is true," he KaiC, "but tl estimate that the percentage of the en listed men is the highest of any organ ization ever formed of veterans. I dc not believe that oter 10 per cent o: our membership were commissioned men, yet we have a great many com missioned men in the organization. Sc far as the military rank of the mer is concerned it has no standing in th; World War Veterans and the righ: kind of officers realize that the veter an organization is for those who Serv ed regardless of rank that they previ ously held. The success of the WorK War Veterans, . operating under th? Xational Council is assured, for w are keeping the dues so low that ther is no reason why every man canno participate in .the benefits that may be derived from the . organization." WOMEN ARE CARELESS. This has been proved over and ove again during the war. They over estimate their physical strength an overtax it. Their ambition is corr, mendable, but does not cornpensu. for the hours and days of miser which they suffer from symptom caused by female ills brought on nvenvnik V"rmn who 1 are tvea.. nervouF. despondent, with headacne- backache and . dragging-down pair. should remember there is one tn and true remedy, that is Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, rit. recognized everywhere as fne stat- a j v. i : i r n n -1 Adv. nljcdj lK.ti W 'M u in WOOD! WOOD ! WOOD! WE HAVE IT ESCAMBIA WOOD YORD PINE BLOCKS, ALSO SPLIT WOOD, OAK AND PINE All nice dry wood Your Order Will be Appreciated. Foot 10th Avenue and Intendencia Street. Phone 2315 $1.50 and 52.00 per load. GILFILLAN SCOTT Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars Regular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar; Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginners. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15..'' ... ) -