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THE PENSACOLA JOUKNAL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1919.
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Roland E. Lee, Secretary
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w "Only the Best"
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PHONE 51 274-289 BRENT BUILDING
Here Is One Thing That
Is Absolutely Impossible
Rheumatism I fas Never Been
Cured by Liniments or Lo
tions, and Never Will Be.
that most painful source of suffering:
being cured by liniments or other
external applications. And you will
never see anything but temporary re
lief afforded by such makeshifts.
But why be satisfied with temporary
relief from the pangs of jpain .which
are sure to return with increased Se
verity, when there is permanent re
lief within your reach ? Science has
proven that Rheumatism is a disor
dered condition of the blood. r How
then, can satisfactory results be ex
pected from any treatment that does
not reach the blood, the seat of the
trouble, and rid the system of the
cause of the disease? S. S. S. is
one blood remedy that has for more
than fifty years been giving- relief
to even the most aggravated and
stubborn cases of Rheumatism, r It
cleanses and purifies the blood by
routing out all traces of disease. The
experienoe of others who have taken
S. S. S. will convince you that it will
promptly reach your case. You can
obtain S. S. S. at any drug store.
A valuable book on Rheumatism
and its treatment, together with ex
pert medical advice about your own
individual case, will be sent absolute
ly free.- Write today to Medical De
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Adv.
ALAFOXIS
GIVEN FIRST
TRIAL TRIP
NEW MOTOR SCHOONER ON TRY
OUT DOWN THE BAY - MADE
SEVEN KNOTS PER HOUR WITH
EASE.
666 has more imitations than
any other Chill and Fever Tonic
rp market, but iio one wants
imitations.. They are dangerous
things in the medicine line-
adv. .
. The motor-schooner Palafox," built
at the foot of Palafox wharf by the
Palafox Shipbuilding company and
launched about two months ago, was
given her first try-out down the bay
to the bar yesterday afternoon, the
owners and a number of interested
business men of the city accompany
ing her on the trip.
When the ship was returned and
berthed on the .west side of Palafox
wharf, where she will now receive the
finishing touches preparatory to go
ing to sea on her first trip, the own
ers expressed themselves as gratified
by the completeness of the vesssl
demonstrated by the try-out.
The engines, although they were
not given full speed by 60 revolutions
per minute, propelled the vessel along
at a rate of seven knots per hour. This
was about two knots more than had
been anticipated by tome old seamen
and ship builders, however, Captain
McDonald, who superintended the
construction of " the vessel, had ex
pected that she would ' make seven
knots under her motor power. ASij
is generally known she is also equip
ped for sailing, when . actually out at
sea. : ' ' - ' , ' '
On her try-out the vessel sat about
four feet at the bow by 11 at the
stern, which gave her a little awkward
appearance due to the fact that her
fuel oil lanks "located in the Stern
were filled. When she is loaded it
is asserted that she will sit about
six feet draft at the bow and nine
feet at the stern, which will give her
an even and stately appearance.
As soon as the vessel is fully equip
ped, which .' will be perhaps two or
three weeks yet, she will load cargo
for her maiden trip either to Central
or South America, Mexico or the West
Indies. She will be used by her own
ers here for trade between ports of
these countries. She will be an im
portant addition to the local fleet of
merchant ships, .
Y.M.C. A. CIRCUS
TO BE STAGED
ON JUNE 6TB
PREPARATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE
FOR AN ELABORATE AFFAIR
SOME EXCELLENT TALENT IN
CAST.
T"e False Facei."
Mysterious happenings, intrigue, spy
plotting, U-boat outrages, love, war ana
victory these axe the Ingredients of "The
False Faces," the new Thomas ' H. Ince
Paramount-Art era ft special feature star
ring Henry B. Walthall, which was ex
hibited at the Isis with brilliant success
yesterday. ... .
Louis Joseph Vance Is author of the
story, which is a second series of exploits
involving that fascinating character, 'TTie
Lone Wolf," arid which appeared ser
ially in The Saturday Evening Post. The
screen version offers the most elaborate
entertainment that could be devised, par
ticularly at this time.
The story is of too intricate a "plot to
admit of full details in this review. Suf
fice to say that "The Lone Wolf," no
longer a criminal, but an allied intelli
gence officer, is on the trail of a notorious
Prussian spy named Eckstrom. who Is
responsible for the death of the Lone
Wolf's wife and child. He encounters the
wretch on the high seas, the boat- is
torpedoed by a U-boat and the Lone Wolf
cast into the sea. Is picked up by the
submarine. He discovers the secret base
of the submarines near Martha's. Vine
yard, delivers a secret message entrusted
t him by a mysterious and beautiful girl;
gets into a network of spy intrigue anl
fnally succeeds in his revenge and wins
the girl for his own.
Henry B. Walthall Is the hero, md
hig, portrayal of the Lone Wolf is as
masterly as his previous creations for
the screen. Mary Anderson is leading
Woman and is entirely "pleasing, while
Lon Chaney makes a most despicable vil
lain. The submarine scenes are wonder
fully done and the whole atmosphere ?f
mystery, tense action and. suspense are
evidences of the remarkable direction of
Irvin V. Willat and the supervision of
Mr. Ince. Edwin WHat did the camera
work, which entafjod much difficult ma
neuvering, particularly in the marine
scenes. .
This picture should rank with the very
best stories of the war. and wilr appeal
to anyone who likes action, excitement
and romance. It was received with ac
claim and justly deserved the generous
applause it evoked. .
roles she has ever played.
The brief summary of "The Scar,"
given above will indicate to all movie
patrons the strong, exciting nature
of the picture. "The Scar is a pic
ture that is not easily forgotten. It
Is so vivid, so vital, : so gripping in
its thrilling incidents, in its splendid
character drawing and in its culmi
nating Interest that it lays hoij
every spectator and grips his in.?,
to the very end.
Irving Cummings appears in
Scar" in support of Miss Gordon
the role of George Reynolds. .
Mayne and Frank Farrington -have
importan roles.
See "The Scar," you will enjoy jt
"TflL GHOST Or
SLUMBER MOUNTAIN!
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THEONEWLEI
SUPLR SPECIAL '
Pastime Theatre Monday and Tuesday.
The Ghost of Slumber Mountain."
The straneest beasts . you've ever
seen in action are shown in The
Ghost of Slumber .Mountain,
the
Everything is in readiness for the
big Y. M .C. A. circus. The t various
actors are working diligently on their
respective parts, and are showing up .
in great form for this big annual event.
The association has been fortunate, in
the unusual amount of talent it has
available this year; especially is thi3
true with reference to stunt, and dare
devil feature actors.
The date is set for Friday evening,
June 6th. Physical Director Olsen, hasj
tne- various reatures rounaea up and
in good form, and the various partici
pants diligently at work getting them
selves in good form for the event. The
program is made up of eight acts,
with a variety that will make it an
entertainment catering to the fancy of
everyone.
The circus idea is to be carried out,
from -the -graceful manuvers of the
Juniors in the Patriotic Marching Act,
the Novelty Wand Drill, the Cream of
Pensacola's; Youth in a bewildering ar
ray of dexterous movements with beau
tifully ornamented wands, to the Div
ing Roboes ( in their death defying:,
thrilling leaps over the elephant, put
on . by the Seniors Seats are being
erected, on the gymnasium ffoor of the
Y., M. C. A. and the calcany seated,
to accomodate the many spectators, for
the occasion.
startling motion picture which will be
displayed Monday and Tuesday at
the Pastime theater. - ,
One swoop of , the tail by one of the
prehistoric animals you'll see in "The
Ghost of Slumber; Mountain" and
your home .would be smashed Into
kindling wood! You have got the
chance of a life-time to see these
strange beasts, living, foraging and
fighting. s ,
Imagine seeing two enormous horn
ed monsters of prehistoric times in
mortal combat? Imagine seeing them
locked together In the frenzy of their
rage, the earth trembling beneath the
weight of their mighty hoofs! You'll
see them, living, foraging, fighting
as they did here In this very land
of. ours hundreds of thousands of
years ago when you see "The Ghost
of Slumber Mountain," the marvelous
one-reel super-speciaL - j
A tiny kick by one of the huge pre
historic animals seen living and fight
in gin "The Ghost of Slumber Moun
tain" and your home would be knock
ed into the nex-t county! That's how
big and powerful the animals were
which formerly lived in tills very land
of ours. Think of seeing them breath
ing, foraging a.nd fighting on the mo
tion picture screen! You have the
chance of a life-time to see them.
Now li the Time to 'Get Rid of Your
Rheumatism.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment and use it according to tha
plain printed directions. You will be
surprised at the quick relief whici it
affords. No internal treatment 5 re
quired in cases of chronic or musMCJar
rheumatism. All you need Is to uae
this liniment freely. Adv.
WE ARE PRUD OF THE vCON
FIDENCE DOCTORS, RUGGISTS
AND THE PUBLIC HVE IN 666
It Has Proven Its Efficiency in the Treatment of Malaria, Chills
and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and La Grippe It Kill tha
Parasitet That Causes the Fever.
666 is the most speedy remedy we
know; It will soon break the fever and
then If taken as a tonic the fever will
not return. You can give It whilo the
.Sever 1 on or off.
668 is a fine tonic for pale people.
It builds up the blood corpuscles to a
.red, healthy condition, elviner n not.
iur&L healthy, complexion,
t 666 ouJcklv mil
Biliousness Loss ' Aspetlt. Foal
Breathe and Headaches, due to Torpid
Liver.
For Colds and LaGrippe we know or
nothing better than No. 66. A few
dose will give quick relief.
We especially recommend 666 for
those exposed to the weather, as they
can take it, eat anything they want
and go right on with their work with
c" fear of being Salivated.
Tt contains no Alcohol, Arsenic of
other paUooQus dru&. dv.
She Found She Loved the Man She
Had Made a Convict.
Cora, the Spanish adventuress, had
made a convict out of-George Rey
nolds. , ; ' '
She had passed him on the road
when he was working with a chain
gang, and she had taunted 'him and
jeered at him and laughed at 'him.
But when she found that he was
happily married and had lost all feel
ing for her, she suddenly realized that
he was the only . man she had ever
loved and she went the limit in trying
to rc-arouse ; his old-time love for
her. '"--'
Kitty Gordon, the , internationally
famous beauty, enacts the' role of
Cora -in "The Scar," the new World
Picture, which is scheduled for show
ing on Monday and . Tuesday at the
Pastime theater. It is one. of the
most intensely dramatic and startling
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A Humorous Offering at Isla Tomorrow
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HENRY "VALiTHALL THE FALSE FACES'
Showing at Isis To day for Last Time
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Irish Potatoes, peck 50c
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Raisins, pkg 10c
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Navy Beans, 10 lbs. ..................$ 1.00
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Alaga Syrup, 1-2 gal. .............. . i. . .55c
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