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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 23, 19ia
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4-.00 PUR fTAW PAINT
on Saturday Only
Will Put on Sale 250 Gallons of Puritan Ready
Mixed House Paint
at $2.25 per Gallon
We
This paint is Louisville Lead & Color Co.'s highest grade paint
which was carried by. Avery Hardware Co. We do not carry this
line ; it is getting old on our hands and we are anxious to close these
few gallons out hence the sacrifice.
Here's a Chance to Buy the Best Grade Paint for Your Home at Less Money. Don't Miss
This Chance
36 gallons
60 gallons
Pearl Puritan.
Cream Puritan.
Drab Puritan.
Yellow Puritan.
Med. Grey Puritan.
Lilac Puritan.
Blue Puritan;
25 gallons
5
4
gallons
gallons
18 gallons
28 gallons
RAY'S CORNER H A R DWA R E
PALAFOX A ND GARDEN
Metropolitan Cafe
For Ladies and Gents.
We Serve Quicker."
22 S. Palafox Street.
Merchant's Lunch
f$ : 35c up.
-fSf- Special Dinner
40c
Satisfactory'
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For Rest and Neatest Work in
Repairs. All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street.
Phone 2032
McCann's Tire and
Repair Shop
Phone 404
113 North Paldfox Street
M'MILLAN AUCTION
CO.
lloog's Old Stanfl
327-29 South Paiafox Sa.
PHONE374
THE KOZY KORNER
, W-hI Agents for
Jolinston's Milwaukee Candies
The Appreciated Chocolatea"
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
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.
Tbe Banking & Savings
Trust Company
TH UPTOWN BANK
General Bsnlting
arjr Trent Company ir Wast
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WE BUY AND dLL
BOIID3
QUALITY SHOP
FOR WOMEN
78 E. Wrisht St. Phone 67G
THERE ARE:
15 gallons
13 gallons
20 gallons
2 gallons.
8 gallons
20 gallons
ALL FOR
per allosi
SATURDAY ONLY
GOODYEAR SHOE
SHOP
Fine Shoe Repairing
111 North Palafox. Phone 416
Notice to Ice Consumers
Our wagons are equipped with scales
and consumers will lease exact correct
weight and report any discourtesy pi
driver to office. Phones 59 or 259.
SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
Successor to
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 7
CASH GROCERY CO.
BLUE, LABEL COFFEE, OKs
per can itJ
Phone 2027
Garden and DeVillier
Rapid Transfer Co.
We Haul Anything Any
where at Any Time,
la East Garden Street
Phone 2331
Walter Carr, Manager
REED'S "BETTER BREAD"
) For Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORES
ftEED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gresrory Streets
LA MODE
22.124 South Palafox Street
Ladies Garments and Fine
Millinery.
"THAI BKST PLACE TO SHOP
AFTER AlXr
MORRIS BROS. (
LADIES READY - TO - WEAR ,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
ALL NEW STOCK
Belmont and Devilliers Streets
DR. LIVINGSTONE
THE SPECIALIST
What I Say.l'U Do, I
Will Do.
Second Floor, Masonio Tempi,
Pensacola.
Elebash Jewelry Co.
: Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to
Peter Lindens truth
112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
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5'
Moss Green Puritan
Brown Puritan.
Lt. Brown Puritan:
Pea Green Puritan.
Apple Gr. Puritan.
Light Blue Puritan.
Delicious Coffee
without the, necessity of a
single trip to the kitchen range
served piping hot and savory
right at the table. Could any
thing be better?
Electric Percolators
9.50 to 15.00
Purchase one of these fine-looking
Electric Percolators at this
low bargain price and enjoy per
fect coffee at every meal.
Telephone 2010
Pcasacola Electric Co.
Abbott auto
REPAIR CO.
Palafox and Gregory Straata
Phone 415
at
IfMi(5ED
FOR SALE
$2.5098 POUND SACKS $2.50
GOOD FOR FEEDING HOGS
TME"lLEWfl (CflD,
PENSACOLA, FLA.
W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V-President
Roland E. Lee, Secretary
PENSACOLA MANUFACTURING COMPANY
205 East Main
We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition
Roofing, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens
Do Shop Work
Phone 637
DRECO WAS JUST
LIKE RAY OF HOPE
Two Bottles , Relieved Mobile
Man of Biliousness, Head
ache, Dizzy Spells and Nervousness.
Several thousand people in Alabama
already know of the marvelous, restor
ative, corrective and vitalizing power
of . Lreco. Many who have believed
themselves beyond all hope have been
fully restored to health after all the
other , reemdies have failed. ,
Yet there are some who are so in
credulous as to doubt the " merits of
this preparation. It is with the aim
to overcome this doubt that we pub
lish every day the signed statements
of well known persons who have ac
tually tested, Dreco, so there will be
no more doubt in the minds of these
skeptics as to the truth of this as
sertion. ' . . . '. - .. ' '.; '
A statement recently received from
Mr. Jno. N. Opie, tbe well known mau
facturers' agent, of 209 St. Louis St,
Mobile, Ala., will be read with much
interest. He says:
"I had suffered for a numher of
years with my stomach and ; had no
appetite whatever . I coulo not keep
the lightest of food in my stomach
as it would ferment and cause gas to
form. I suffered agoXy after eating.
I was nervous and could - not sleep
at night, and my liver 'was out of
order, which made We awfully dizzy
at times. I was constipated and lost
from two to three days a week at my
work. I had tried everything I ever
heard of in the way of medicine, but
nothing did me any good until : I
started taking Dreco, and now my
troubles are past. I e"at big meals and
they never hurt me, and I haven't -any
more gas. My liver is acting fine and
I never have any more dizzy spells.
My nerves are : quieted and "i sleep
fine. Dreco has done me more good
than anything else ever did."
Mr. Stout, the well known. Dreco ex
pert, has headquarters at the Balk
com Drug Co., to meet the local public
and explain the merits of this great
remedy. See him today. Adv.
W. CCS. WORK
TO CONTINUE
INDEFINITELY
LOCAL SECRETARY HAS RE
TURNED FROM CHATTANOOGA,
WHERE HE ATTENDED CON
FERENCE OF WORKERS.
War camp community service work
will continue until the last of the men
mobilized int othe service of the U.
S. army in the World War will have
been demobilized, said H. B McAllis
ter, secretary in charge of ; the work
in Pensacola, in stating the substance
of a conference of secretaries of the
southeastern division which he attend
ed in Chattanooga Monday and Tues
day, and which was attended by five
of the national directors.
Mr. McAllister returned ' from the
conference yesterday morning and 'be
gan at once for a continuance of ac
tivities here on a scale that is intended
to embrace an even greater and more
enthusiastic a community spirit in the
work than heretofore.- .
In going or returning from Chatta
nooga Mr. McAllister visited the com
munity service headquarters at Mont
gomery, Atlanta, Blrmingha mand of
course at Chattanooga, and he says
that he is fully convinced that In
neither of these cities is there as mani
fest a community spirit in the work as
is to be found, in Pensacola, and cer
tainly none of them are doing greater
rieyMoiii"
CHEAP
good even though they may be spend
ing proportionately' more money.;
Renorts and discussions, at the con
ference, which was largely attended.
Indicated, according. to,MV. McAllister,
'that 'after the "War Camp Community
Service will have -finished the job of
i looking after the interests' of service
men, the organization-now in. existence
and others to" follow in the nbri-camp
towns, will devote . their energies to
community - service in which the war
has debmnstrated ; they can b6 so im
portant a factor. : '
More than. 80,000 women- office
workers have joined . trade -union or
ganizations in America during the' past
year. . , ' - '
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THEDA
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Dl RECTION
SPECIAL TRAIN
TO EVERGLADES
WH1K0TRUN
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(BY JOHN C. TRICE.)
Tallahassee, May 22. The house to
day declined to agree to the proposi
tion submitted -last night,; or going
to the Everglades on -a trip -of Inspec
tion of that section, primarily to en
able the members of the legislative
"body to determine whether it is to
the best interests of the state to sell
the Everglades land .as provided in
the Singletary bill or not "
When the bill providing: for the trip
came to the house in : the afternoon.
It carried an appropriation of six thou
sand dollars to be paid out of the
monies in the internal improvement
fund. ' - This - amount ..being -for the
transportation of the. party 'by special
train. Mr. Marshall, the introducer of
the bill stated that he had been in
conference- with the Internal improve
ment trustees and that they felt justi
fied in making this expenditure for tha
purpose of acquainting the lawmakers
with the improvements that have been
made down there, and with the' value
of the lands still owned by the state.
Speaker Wiiilr took his place on the
floor and strenuously opposed the bill.
He told them if they voted to go he
would not do it. That he 4 would re
main at the capital and catch up with
"work which is accumulating ' on him.
Messrs. Bryan, Jones and Folks also
spoke against the bill. It was strongly
supported by Messrs.. Marshall and
Watson, and partially supported by
Mr. Miller. The latter stated" that If
the house would agree" to hold night
I saves ti::e
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" THE VILLAIN JOE RYAN
In Vitagraph's big ' serial, "The Man of
Might,' featuring William ' Duncan sup
ported ' by an , all -e tar cast including
Edith Johnson and Joe Ryan '
Pastime Sunday.
BARA
- WILUAHTOX
sessions on returning to the capital
until the whole of the lost time was
made up, he would support It.
An effort on the part of Mr. Mar
shall to suspend ,.the consideration of
the bill long enough to resolve upon
this subject enabled him to get in the
resolution, but a ruling of the chair
prevented it going to a vote.
The bill was then voted on, and failed
to pass, 45 to 26.
; The position is taken by the friends
of the proposition that it is the duty
of the legislature to go down there
and investigate the value of the lands
Owned by -. the ' state at the present
time, as well as the probable value of
these same lands in the near future.
The bill now before the house is
looking to selling these lands at what
tney term a rediculously 'low price.
It is claimed by them they will be
worth five and perhaps ten times their
present value in a few years. They
point out that in its dealings with
the property holdings of the state, the
legislature ought to do just what a
prudent business man would, do un
der the same circumstances.
It is said that an ITort will be made
to reconsider the vote by which the
1 ill failed to pass.
To Cure Habitual Constipation
Take "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIX
regularly for 14 to 21 days. A Syrup
Tonic-Laxative. Pleasant to Take.
60c It Regulates. Adv.
SEINING BILL MAY
BE PASSED OVER
GOVERNOR'S VETO
(BY JOHN C. TRICE.)
Tallahassee, May 22. The first ef
fort ' to pass a bill over the vet of
the governor' is to' be made perhaps
tomorrow. It would have been at
tempted - this afternoon, but for the
fact that the message was not read in
the house.
The bill which has stirred up the
rumpus Is Mr. Wytes bill against the
use of seins for ' fishing in St. Lucie
county. It was the cause of a bitter
fight in the camunign at which Mr.
Whyte was elected, so it Is said, an!
he was elected on that platform. . The
fight followed him, to Tallahassee, and
has been relentlessly pushed.
Notwithstanding this Mr. Whyte got
the bill through, and was feeling good
over it when the veto of the governor
hit him like a thunderbolt out of a
clear sky.
In , conversation with a representa
tive of the press today Mr. Whyte
declared he was voluntarily assured
by the governor that he would sign
the bill just as soon as it reached h-n.
Mr. Whyte says he things he will
have no trouble in getting enough
members to vote with, him to pass
the bill over the veto of, the governor,
"And it wil! be just as strong w'.thout
his signature as it would have been
with it," rather heatedly declared fie
St. Lucie county representative.
Barba'ryJCoat . Was . the UnderwoM
Old San Francisco. - (
What and .where , is tne Barbary c,
Tn i -rnrf them irA m. v"Oa4t
, " " IfiA A.i. .
was the "Coast of High Barbaree
old, piratical days. The other and m
modern," Is 'the' underworra of San
Cisco. Today It is more of a name th""
""S ,un riflv- ,.
the Golden aGte city nav been froni
uenil
V. . . .1 . . L - c .
been scattered to the ... four
winds
heaven. .
Is comparable only with tne old
Points - in New - York or Whlteaw h
" uiougn It la mn
worst element of th
fltv . Tot onmo
and the horrJflpd stiimn,., w
,-"i. wan irraLiiy oruy. there fc.
1 fcV'S '
,7ho$, UJncQ presents
Vin., S. HALT
AnACr02ArTaw..
At isis Today.
his especial benefit. Yet there ver
t"agedies in the district and it was new
a pleasant place to find oneself in aft-
dark.
The new William S. Hart picture, "TA
Poppy Girl's Husband," which will !
shown at . the Isis today and tomorrow
is laid partly , in tins section of Sr
Francisco. It Is said to tie one of t;
most dramatic stories ever supplied ti
star. Junita Hansen is the lead::
woman, and In the cast will be four
Walter Long; a famous character ac;r
of the screen, recently rereased from se.
vice in the army, as Captain Long. Jac
ISoyle wrote the story and it was adaptc
by Cv Gardner Sullivan.
Theda Bara In "Salome" at Istt Soo-
Ancient juaea, in an lis unreuevr
barbaric splendor, all. it3 pagan unrf
stralnt, and with the soft glow of a mor
tender mood the coming or Cnrlst fore
shadowed in the gentle ministrations f
John the Baptist, will live again for t!'
modern generations in a massive yet.
is promised, wonderruily atmospher
photoplay which comes to the Isis socr
; At an early date Saemger Amusemer
Company wiTl present a spectacle whlc!
it is admitted, taxed his resources arc
that is an ultimate promise ror "Salome.
the name of. the new production In whlc:
Theda Bara. portray of superwomn
appears In a role that has atready inspir
ed- the greatest of writers, composer
and painters.
The cinema version of "Salome" f;
hy Josephus, the famous. Jewish wrlt
In his book, "The Antiquities of
Jews and the History of the Jew!--
Wars." It illustrates, with spectacuo
vividness, the various steps in the thru
ing historical drama, and in the intensiv
of Its climax Is sad to sec a new recor
for sensation.
Hallmark Transfer Co.
AH Kinds of Hauling
Heavy Hauling" a Specialty
Phone 618
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Louisiana, Mississippi river passse
South Pass: .West bank bell buoy. 1
replaced May 14, heretofore reporter:
out of position.
C & G. S. charts Xos. 19, 194 ar.a
1115. Buoy list. 8th district, 1913. T
34; coast pilot, section E, 1916.
104-105.
By order of the commissioner c
lighthouses.
B. B. DORKT,
Superintendent of Lighthouses.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
LAMARINE WAFERS
After many months of investi?ati:
and research there has been found ;
laxative that gives perfect res'ii
without harming the delicate rgaff
of the stomach. It ; is a known fc
that strong pills, salts, oils, etc., be
sides being awful to take, are to
strong for the majority of people-
Lamarine Wafers are made for tS
purpose pt furnishing every one
medicine that is nice to take and os
that is guaranteed to act thorough-
but so gently that the stomach is
healthy. They will not nauseate
Try them. All druggists sell them
30c per box. ' 1
tories, Atlanta, Ga., for free safflP 1
package. adv.
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