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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1919.
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rAgoo'd substantial swing with" red frame
and natural finish seats.
Put it out on the lawn under the trees or
on the front porch.
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Ray's Corner Hardware
Right at Ray's
Right on the Corner
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
DR. M. C. BEVERETTE, Proprietor
420 West Belmont Street
OSes Phone 938 Residence Phone 1668
W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferri V-President
Roland E. Lee, Secretary
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SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SHINGLES AND
MILL' WORK
at
Pimsacoia Manufacturing Go.
205 East Main Phone 637
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Liberty Loan tour by neglnnlng work Im
mediately on "Captain Kidd. Jr.." her
new Arte raft photoplay which will be
shown at the Isis theatre tomorrow. It
was considered appropriate by the little J Montgomery,
star that alter having- raised millions for
Uncle, Sam's war chest she should partic
ipate in a photoplay having? to do with
burled treasure and all the mystery which
usually surrounds the same.
However, selling- Liberty bonds was
far more serious business than the search
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for the mythical hidden millions on the
Butterfleld farm, which is an Interesting
feature of the story of "Captain Kidd,
Jr., so that "Our Mary" entered upon
her suspended film, activities much as one
would begin a vacation Contrary to pub
lished statements, Mary returned from
her arduous Eastern tour in better phys
ical condition than was hers at the De-.
ginning- of the long trf
NAZIMOVA in "THE RED LANTERN
Isis Today Ro Last Showing.
To Purify and Enrich the Bloou.
Take GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill
TONIC which is- simply IRON' and
QUININE suspended in Syrup. So
Pleasant Even Children Like It. You
caji soon feel its Strengthening; In
vigorang Effect. Price 60c Adv
Miss Thelma S. McMillan is attend
ing the summer school at the Florida
State College for "Women.
Adrian Thompson .son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Thompson, has returned
from France where he has been for
the past year on overseas duty with
the 8th evacuation hospital corps of
the American Expeditionary Forces.
Miss Alberta Sinnott is spending
several days in New Orleans.
Miss Bertha Levy is visiting in
Mrs. Herman "White and Miss
Blanche Wh!e left Tuesday for a trip
to New York and Chicago.
Friends of Mrs. J. C. Long will ex
tend her sincere sympathy because
of the death of her sister. Mrs. Louis
Sm&h, of Davenport, Iowa, which oc
curred yesterday. Mrs. Long has been
in Icfcva with relatives for the past
Hot water
ZZyMA. Sure Relief
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INDIGESTION
1 STRAIGHTENS OUT
KINKY HAIR
Hemlin romat5 Hair Ptwrsin? i
not sticky or pnmny.- Finely jK-r--fuwea.
xou lik to use it- Tikx
the place Cf 6t-ralghterng Vrons.
Makes ymr conrse teky, snar?y
hal fiOh htstrous, ltng, strnlrl
anil Uky. Jt your -h&iv It dry vr
'try rf HtroVln. Jt cleans- dnnd--.rttft-atult'.
stops fatltnjr hair.- HtT""
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ksexy where.- Write-' for" arHcuiM.
Attxatms Gnu-
several months.
Herman "Wilhelmt 20th engineers,.
A. E. F, has returned to PensacoU
after serving in France 17 months.
Mrs. "W. F. Graves and Miss Florrio
Graves, of Quincy, are at the San Car
los. "MIss AltheaAnderson has gone to
"Washington where she will visit her
sisters. Mrs. J, S. Green and Mrs. A. C.
Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Alford.f Chip
ley, are in Pensacola for a brief stay.
PEACHES! PEACHES! PEACHES!
We have them. How many do you want? A-No 1,
hand-packed. Varieties, Georgia Belle and Elbertas. $2.50
bushel, f. o. b. Monroe, Ala. Check or. money to accompany
order. . L. R. James & Co., Monroeville, Ala.
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Pan American College
PHONE 61 274-289 BRENT BIKLDING
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Coming to Is fs Tomorrow
Nazimova Enacts Dual Role of Unusual
Power
Nazimova, the distinguished Russian
actress was the attraction yesterday at
the Isis theatre. In the poderful drama,
"The. Red Lantern." She was seen In a
dual role playing both Mahlee, the Euras
ian, and Blanche, the English lrl. Th3
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NOTICE TO
THE PUBLIC
Beginning Friday, June 20th, the price of our PURE
wholesome Pasteurized and Clarified
Milk will be reduced to ,
Take no chances use only "The Pen
sacola Dairy" Pasteurized and Clarified
Milk.
The highest standard of quality is al
ways maintained, extreme care being
given-during the hot weather.
Pensacola Dairy Co.
PHONE 1321
. 12 West Garden Street
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roles are of such vastly different charac
ter,, that it was amazing to thlnlt that one
woman cbuld portray them both.
As Mahlee, Nazimova was supreme de
picting thp nasslonate and inscutaole
da nirhti- of two rar.esi the child of an ! -
English father arid a Chinese mother . 'fif-Z
whose instincts, traditions and emotions :
purge in constant conflict, belonging to j
neither race. I
The story reaches dramatic heights j
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lew Dlooa is an insurmouniaDio Darner
between a young missionary whom she
loves and herBelf, and that although he Is
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powerfully attracted to her, this difference
of race can never be overcome. Vild
Jealously grips her when she finds that
he really loves her half sister, Blanche,
(also played by Nazimova), and in a
frenzy she agrees to the proposal of Sam
Wang, who loves her, but whom she hates
to go with him. and lead the yellow races
In an uprising against he whites. She--iS-sumes
the fantastic title of the Goddess
of the Red Lantern, which thrills the peo
ple to a fanatic religious irenzy, ana tney
determine the exterminate the "foreign
devils."
Kelentless remorse seizes her for what
she has done, and at great risk to her
own life she tries to save those of her
father's race whom she loves. A tragic
end occurs when the girl realizes that she
belongs to neither people and can never
hope for happiness with either.
In beautiful contrast to this unequal
struggle is the romance of Blanche and
the young missionary.
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Mary Plckford Is Active Nowadays.
Mary Pickford recently celebrated her
return to California from her now famous
OLD RECIPE
TO DARKEN H
Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Dark and
Glossy.
Almost every one knows that Sag-a
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brtnga back- the natural color anft
lustre to the hair when faded,"Btre"ak
ed or ray. Years ago the only way
to get this mixture wad to make it
at home, which is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for 'TVyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound." You will get a
large bottle of this old time recipe
Improved by the addition of other in
gredients for about 50 cents. Every
body uses this preparation now, be
cause no one can possibly tell tnat
you darkened your hair, as it does it
so naturaUy and evenly. You dampen
a sponge or soft brush with , it and
draw this through your hair, talcing
one small strand at a time, by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and aft
er another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, thick
and glossy and you look years young
er. "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite.
It is not Intended for the cure, miti
gation or prevention of disease. Adv.
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Krinkly Cloth
A complete new line of Men's Blue 3250 T0 $45
Serge and Flannel Suits.
A complete line of Kool Cloth and Tropical Weight Boys'
Suits, 4Kc -TO $1.98
Sizes 4 to 18 ,
Boys' Pants, $2.45 TO $12
all sizes
Special Bargains in Oxfords, black and M.95
tan (Closing Out Sale) ,
Ladies' Dresses Georgette, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine,
all sizes $12-95 TO $37.50
and colors
A complete new line of Voiles, Organdies and Gingham
Ladies' and Misses' gg TO $2250
Dresses .
A new shipment of Gaberdine Skirts $jg.50 T0 $10
in the latest models
Shirt Waists of all kinds to select from Georgette,
Crepe de Chine, all colors, $6-0 T0 $12
latest designs ..... ,;.T.
In planning your vacation call on us for your Suit Cases
and Traveling Cases. We have a complete line at
reasonable prices.
Boys' Sun Hats . . . . .25c
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Men, Women and Children's Clothing Cash or Credit
Number 26 South Palaf ox Street
land Co.
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