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6 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1919. r?nn uu WITH t5J AV o) r uu VHJ. vi LTu 1 " rv 7 131 E CCaDUB - - 05 MADQCDWiiDQE RIGHT AT RAYS RIGHT ON THE CORNER 3C AQeml El .va- i "jTFkTw? w uti m wrmvA-j i rnfr.it n c s-rrtzr- Look for tlis Rainbow in tile Dealer's Window Buy the Fan that Outsells all Others G-E fans outsell all others. The G-E Whiz, nine-inch; single-speed fan has met with such popular favor that early buying is the part of wisdom. Its quality and durability make it a worthy figure in the well-known General Electric line. G-E Fans can be bought from: Pensacola Electric Company- SOLDIERS ARE URGED TO HELP IN SANITATION LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES REALIZE VALUE OF TRAINING RECEIVED BY MEN IN THE ARMY. Speedometer Service Station Specialists on Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and Spot Lights 19 East Garden Street " Phone 333 FE,ED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank Bldff. Phone 912. NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' fruits, Dreases, Skirt.. Blouses, Hosiery and Hate. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 East Wriaht. I Phon. 44,. Cylinders Reground Oversize Pistons. Rings and Pins fit ted, all Cylinders Ground on Heald Grinders. Prices reasonable. Rimyan Company Pinj and Jefferson Streets P. O. Box 236 Phone 420 Pensacola, Fla. CARY&CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 BICYCLES New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson -Biggs Co. "Home of the Dayton" 24 South Palafox Street McCann's Tire and Repair Shop Phone 404 113 North Palafox Street Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 DK. L.1 V IN GSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do, 1 Will Do. Second Floor, Mssonio Temple, Pensaeola. CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 There has recently come to the no tice of the local health authoritiea a drawing for. poster purposes labeled. "Police the Old Town We Don't Stand for that in the Army! Why Here?" This instructive poster is Issued by the morale division of the army. It supplements an hour's instruction on personal and general hygiene whicli each soldier receives just prior to his discharge. It deals with civilian com munity sanitation in the "old home town." Every discharged soldier or of ficer will Just unconsciously apply tho principles of hygiene and sanitation learned in the army to an improvement of conditions in his home community.! Don't forget the navy men also, and remember that thousands of other men who lived and worked in close associa tions, like construction camps and wax material towns where they had to prac tice sanitation or die. These won't forget. There stands a young fellow in uni form with his discharge stripe on his arm. With him are three townsmen who represent different characteis which could be duplicated in this or any town. They represent the spirit of the town before the war. They did r.ot or could not go, (somebody had toi the great lessons on cleanliness which stay home) and therefore they missed the men in service had to learn and practice. The man just 'home is pointing to the junk, and trash, and other insani tary conditions which is no uncommon sight to any of us. People in gen eral know that these unsightly places are not for the best interests of the' town. In tome way they connect filth and refuse with disease. When they I'Kow the exact reasons' why they ate right, in other words, when they fuiiy understand, then there will be no un sightly dangerous places. We may apply the implied lesson to the work which has been going on in Tensacola. It is not difficult to find many people now who most emphati- Like , Mystery Yarn? You Betcha! Weil, Go and See "Vicky Van." From the records of past picture pro ductions it is evident that the well told detective story is exceedingly pop .ular with the great majority of tho reacting public. The same obtains of the mystery play or picture. The Famous Players-Lasky Corporation has offered a number of stories on the screen which dealt with the detec tive stories tion of crime or. some mysterious oc currence which formed the cause bele tre of the drama. And ' always they have achieved popularity. "The House of Silence," with Wallace Ried," was one; "The Mysterious Miss Terry", was another.. "The Devil Stone" was a third. Now comes Ethel Clayton in a new Paramount picture, "Vicky Van", from a novel by Carolyr Wells, the well known writer of de tective fiction, which will be shown at the Is is theatre tomorrow. This was recently Issued in book form and was widely read. It is ono of the Fleming Stone series, wherein the astute sleuth' copes, with a serious nnd perplexing problem. Miss Clayton plays two roles and is the pivot on which the big mystery runs. "No one who cares at all for read ing or the drama," nays .Robert O. VIgnola, Miss Clayton's director, "can fail to enjoy a good mystery story. I do not mean the penny dreadful type, but one wherein the wits of the reader of spectator are challenged by an apparently insoluble problem- the sort of tale that Doyle made popular with 'Sherlock Holmes' Marion Fairfax did the scenario. Chas. Sehosnbaum was cameraman. fe ft V .7: W I ! jfiSXV'i i s Iri J i , . -1 i II WJvyy.AX3 my viie'' Showing At Isis Tomorrow. f MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets -Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairj- Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 Wf. Garden St. Phone 1321 J. P. REMICH & SONS The Store That 8tifieaw Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 TAKES OUT THE KINKS Have Soft, Straight Hair Like Photograph Below Tom Moore Dominates Quaint Comedy Scenes. Quiet comedy alternates with dra matic thrills in Tom Moore's newest Goldwyn Picture, "One of the Finest", which comes to the Isis theatre. Mon day. The comedy-drama shows the likable star in the role of a traffic policemtn whose home life has quite as music to do with the unique plot aa his adventures while on duty. Most stirring of the latter occurs when h stops the limousine of a society girl (Seena Owen) and reprimands ner ior ( allowing her chauffeur to exceea mo park speed limit. The girl receives the rebuke in haughty silence and lat ter has the officer reduced in rank. A plausible peries of events brings T.nrrv Tlaves to the Home ot tne gin m the capacity of a plainclothes man come to guard the wedding presents of her sister. Other meetings have nrorwifxi this and it is not to be won dered, when the two show plainly that hoV iiU-R each other. While tne guesis are occupied with the wedding party the erstwhile traffic cop ana tne r-u man's daughter whirl away in a sioien dance and are interrupted Dy v" " r.f a favored suitor. Quick as a flash Larry Hayes draws oir-i tn him and orders the intrud er to bring a glass of water to his fainting" partner. But when the fel low returns the girl has fled, and with rfnn(.tnrv "thank you" laxry ac cepts the proffered glass and drinks the irofor himself. Krlnning at the audience while the other man beats an indignant r.iroo it is a hiehly humorous io ment and Tom Moore plays it with compelling effect. To Purify and Enrich the Blood. Take GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC which is simply IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. So Pleasant Even Children Like It. Tou can soon feel its Strengthening, In vigorating Effect. Price 60c. Adv. BY USING PlOUgh'S DRESSING People may easily hare straight, soft, lone hair by simply applying Plough's Hair Dressing, in a short timo all yoor kinky, snarly, nsly. curly Hair. becomes oft, silky, smooth, straight, long, anil csVs hm easily handled, brushed or combeA, Plough's Hair Dressing, elegantly per fumed, in large green can (more for your money than any other hair dressing). . C?A.T DRUG STORES AGENTS OC OR BY MAIL WANTED PLOUGH CHEMICAL CO. "V ,. i. ..j ' . j'j - -X1-. x.m rally dclare for the new order of sani tation. If ycu don't believe it go cut and tackle ten people at random., Vox Populi letters sometimes afford amuse ment to the reading public but such publications well worded are of value to the officials as well as to the pub lic in general. We furthermore wonder if everyone is satisfied with the garbage collection system. Then do they all understand .when the man is due? And do they watch their neighbors? And do pedi greed as well as homeless dogs create a nuisance? These things can all be settled if people will do their share of not complaining but of helping t'j solve the problem. SB DID YOU SLEEP WELL LAST NIGHT ? You would have with "SKEETER RUN" to protect you. PER CENT REBATE On ell Cash Purchases. Save Your Coupons. HAMILTON RUSSELL "ONLY THE BEST" -EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" 212 South Palafox Street. Phone 846 IF a) COME AND ENJOY YOURSELF DANCING AND BATHING ROAD INN, ACROSS THE BAY DANCES 4 Nights Each Week- 4 Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Friday Music by Seven-Piece Orchestra" Boats leave City Wharf, Palafox Street, daily at 2:30 p.jn., 7 :30 p. m., and every 2 hours Saturdays and Sundays, com mencing at 8 a. m. The next time you buy calomel ask for -m' t I - - - U,i . A J j ifMzm j : 1 TCTT.T T k'ht TTTvr-.Ti' Star and Director of Vitagraph'a Great Serial;) "THE MAN OF MIGHT." and EDITH JOHNSON, his leading lady - Pastime Sunday. INDIAN WAR CLAIM MAY BE PAID TO LEWIS STATE BANK BY HERBERT FELKEL Tallahassee. June 5. By a vote of 22 to 5, the senate passed the house bill by the committee on claims for the payment to George Lewis, of the Lewis State Bank, Tallahassee, of certain bonds issued by the state in 1862, the same being an old Indian war claim, after an amendment had been adopted lopping off the accumu lated six per cent interest which amounted to more than the original claim. Te bill called for an appro priation of $14, 007.00. Senator Rowe, opposing the amendment, stated that If the state owed the money it also owed 4he Interest, and he said he had reason to believe it was a just claim. Senator Lowry, of Tallahassee, 8th district, also opposed the amendment. A statement made by Senator Homer L. Oliver, of Apalachicola. 5th dis trict, resulted in the passage of the bill, but did not keep the amendment from remaining: a part Of the meas ure. It was stated that the state had had the use of this money and there- m!im$STt sum:- .Ill I IIIIIIMIIIIWIAH til II. I Ill III.!, 1 1 Ill Pastime Sunday. fore hould. return the interest to th rightful owners. If the measure Is approved by the governor It will bo the duty of the comptroller to Issue the state's warrant for tho amount called for by the bill. 11 I alotabs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c rxj JJow quickly healed that ugly skin eruption! Resinol Ointment heal lcin irrita tions that if neglected become serious. One small pimple or slight blotch mar? the most beautiful face. A ratch A itching eczema or other skin ail ment causes great discomfort and much misery. Resinol heals skin sicknesses be cause it contains harmless antidotes for tuch conditions. Resinol Ointment was originated by a doctor for the treatment of eczema and other skin affections, so yon need not hesitate to use it. At all dealers.