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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1919.
m ELECTRIC IRONS They do work better, quicker and with less waste energy than the old sad iron that you have had to lift back and forth from the hot stove to the Ironing board. They make work easier and don't cost a bit more to use be cause of their economical fuel con sumption. One try out will prove it. Point General Electric Co. nnffiMT AT CJATlf'S Right on the Corner PHONES 30-35 EAST DELIVERY 8 A. L 12 M5 P. M. WEST DELIVERY 9:30 A. M. 2:30 P. M. Remember these hoars and help us deliver your orders to you promptly. Hot Reyal Rochester & Universal Irons $3.50 to $6.50 Electric !.i need THERMOMETERS Candy Thermom eters, Incubator Thermometers, Oven Testers, Thermometers, Little things but worth many times their cost in usefulness. Whatever you line we have it. in this RIGHT AT RAY'S OIL STOVES PERFECTION BOSS Our Oil Stoves are the newest models and have the latest improvements. They burn less oil and give more heat. An oil stove throws off less excessive heat, is quicker in cooking, is more economical and is cleaner than a range or wood stove. PRICES 2 Burner (Boss or Perfection) $15.50 3 Burner (Boss or Perfection) 21.50 4 Burner (Boss or Perfection) 28.50 GLASSWARE "We have a large stock of glassware. Including tumblers, ice tea glasses, sugar bowls, cream pitchers, butter dishes, Ice cream saucers, lemon dishes, water pitchers and many other little articles so often needed around the house to fill breakages, etc. The prices are exceptionally low and the pieces unusually attractive and neat. Visit Our Glassware DepH TACKLE Ask anybody who has tried it how the fish are bit ing. They are out in the bay by the thousands. We'll fix you up with the outfit to go out and get your share. Everything for the fisherman. ThoM. H. nee frufit DOROTHY DALTON A'Other Men's MesJ RIGHT on the CORNER M RAY'S CORNER HARDWARE DON'T TRY TO FOOL YOURSELF By thinking that the slight svmptoms of illneaa now. will soon wear off. That nothing stards still, i vt table law of nature we either advance or o backwards. Sickness, not property treated, becomes .ill sometimes beyond relief. If you are not entirely yourself have to dra yourself around, do not delay. , i;ive assisted thousands to regain normal health again What I have done for others. I can and will do for you if you but give me the opportunity. MEN My special treatment for Diseases of M-n. both acute and chronic, perfect lasting cures. I have treated thousands of men throughout the country. I do not patch ui temporarily, but relieve pennanently. A slight trouble now may develop later to be serious. You 'may save time and money by aeeing me now. WOMEN I successfully cure diseases of women without operation by my scientific methods. They rapldlv improve from the beginning and when once cured never return. Remember no operation. I make a specialty of treating all diseases of Kecttim. Kidney, Bladder. Prostrate Gland. Pelvis and Sexual organs of men and women. I success fully treat Specific Blood poison and all private diseases of men and wom en; also Nervousness. Weakness of Body or Brain. Loss of Energy, Organic Weakness. Female Troubles, including Menstrual Irregularities and weak ening Discharges. I ACCEPT ONLY CURABLE CASES. Hours. to daily. Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8; also. Sun days. 9 to 1. only. 20 years practical experience. Graduate in medicine of leading colleges and licensed to practice in Florida and many other states. Conu:tuion without charge. Phone 10. DR. LIVINGSTONE SECOND FLOOR MASONIC TEMPLE PENSACOLA TALLAHASSEE IS ENTERING FIELD OF DIAMOND SPORTS Tallahassee. July 5. Tallahassee Is vincing a decided and unusual inter est in baseball. There has been prac tically no baseball in the capital city since war was declared, and that the Citizens have missed it is shown by a team that wll lcreditably represent the city. Back of the movement to give Tal lahassee good baseball are some of moit substantial business men of the county, prominent among whom are. Is. M. Lively. Mayor G. P. McCord, Francis B. Wlnthrop, George E. Lewis. Kenneth Moran and Sam Washnish. Mr. Lively has consented to act as manager and the manner In which he has taken hold of the proposition aug urs well for its success. Mr. Wahnish is at present the captain. The Leon County Fair association has generously offered its grounds to the ball club which offer has been ac cepted. The fair association will erect an up-to-date grandstand and will put the diamond in magnificent shape. A number of games are in prespect SSSaBaBBaSBBiaBiSp,B...MMM.g Dorothy Dalton Has Fins Role in "Other Men's Wives." Dorothy Dalton has an unusual part as Cynttia in "Other Men's Wives," the latest Thomas IX. Ince photoplay which comes to the Isis theatre today. Cynthia is forced by necessity to agree for a stipulated sum to try to compromise a married man so th his wife may have evidence to get a divorce, thus permitting her to mar ry the man she loves. The unsuspecting husband wins her sympathy and then her love and she is brought to a realization that she is about to injure a noble man. She wants to retract her agreement, but the other man. he who would break up the home, has the whip hand over ner. How to escape the predicament is the trying situation with which she is confronted. Her womanly cour age asserts Itself at the critical mo mnt and she solves the problem. To tell how, would detract much frorn the Interest of the picture. The story was written by C. Gardner Sullivan and directed by Victor L. Schertzinger under the supervision of Thomas II. Ince. Constance Talmsdqe Has Sure Fire Charm. What is the charm of Constance Tal madge? Is it her buoyant youth, her vl vaciousness, her dash, her fresh beau ty, her skilful conception of a role, her unusual quality, piquancy? In a word, she is a girl, in the delicious .fragrance of youth, clear eyed, en thusiastic, delectable. In all of her Select Pictures there have been many splendid vehicles for Miss Talmadge, but none has been better sutted t? her peculiar type of charm than "Mrs.4 Leffingwell's Boots," in which she is presented by Lewis J. Beisalok. n4 which will be shown at the Isla thea- tre tomorrow. The scenario for "Mrs, Leffingwell's Boots' is by Edith, X0e3v nedy, taken from Augustas Thomas famous play of the same name The, picture was directed by Walter 23d4 wards. The story la one -off eomplfoaftomt worthy of a French faroiat writer cut it la far less strained than some of these playwrights' works and withal carries out a reasonable and consistent plot to a strikingly original denoument, "Mrs. Leffingwell's foots" created av furore when It waa first produced tn New York, as a stage play. Jt caught the publio fancy because tt era so bright, so original and so wttryv The. screen version, la equally satisfactory. The support afforded Misa Talmadge, la of the best and the whole produo tion has beeatagedcnala,vlslv-acalaa and the first with an out of town op ponent will probally be played on tne local grounds next Thursday July 10. The local management declare that they are open to offers for games from all sources in the amateur field. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Tou can buy cheap extracts but they cost more in the end. It pays to always use Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. "Best 771 e- JJlount Building, ISA n Vxgocco, e77o. jj Ik lJ524.i- JiriX'A lfJfiistf silW''t'c liiiiii n . A I t -. " '"'"1 lii'il .'AVI -A-.-: M '7. i m f Mary Pickford as "Judy" in "Daddy Long Legs" Learns Lesson from Hard Cider Jug. One of the funniest of all the hu morous things with which Mary Pick ford's new and best feature. "Daddy Long Legs" which will be seen at the I sis Wednesday and Thursday, is load ed in a series of scenes in which Mary, as Judy Abbott, takes too much hard cider. The funny little "drunk" is not in dulged in by Judy Abbott, the orphan ctild Miss Pickford plays, with malice KLEIN GROCERY COMPANY and MAGNOLIA MARKET 500-502 Squth Palafox Street MAX KLEIN, Proprietor Fresh Meats, Green Groceries, Poultry and Eggs Telephone No. 658 We Handle Nothing But Strictly Western Meats A STAINLESS LIQUID SPECIALLY MANUFACTURED FOR HOUSEHOLD USE Fenole 13 highly recommended for use in Homes, Schools, Hospitals, Asylums, Jails, etc., as a oderizer for Toilets, Chambers, Slop Jars, Cuspidors, Sinks, and Garbage Cans, for which it has real merit. Fenole kills : Roaches, Mosquitoes, Bedbugs, Moths, Ants, Flies, Fleas, Head Lice, Body Lice, Redbugs and many other insects. FENOLE FOR FOWLS Fenole is very effective against Jigger Fleas, Lice and Mites. A mixture of Fenole and lard, half and half, applied to chicken's heads kills fleas and cures sore head. For Cows: Fenole sprayed liberally about the cow shed and on the cows will kill Buffalo Flies, Ticks, Lice and Gnats, by direct contact. Milch cows should be sprayed with Fenole before milking to prevent annoyance of Flies and Gnats. For Moths: Spray clothing with Fenole before packing away. House Cleaning: Spray Carpets, Rugs, etc., before sweep ing to keep dust and lint down. FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY Sole Manufacturers, Jacksonville, Fla. LEWIS BEAR CO Wholesale Distributors. aforethought. It happens that she and a funny little orphan with . a very freckled face have just lead a "prune strike" in which they have sought tr4 obtain better food for the children of the asylum, who are fed on thin soup and prunes. Prohibition Matron Spoils "Jag". . The tyrannical head matron has woa the battle, being a large woman able to, dominate the cowering little waifs who are charged of the institution, and to punish Judy, and the little b who aided her In encouraging the chil dren to strike, the matron puts them out in the yard with nothing to eat. A thief who has been stealing from a passing wagon throws over the fence a jug of hard cider, and some sand -.'wiches. j Judy and the boy hare been praying'-;; , for food. They think this dropped V. from. Heaven, and proceed to eat anl drink without Inquiring into the nature.' of the donation. So it happens that lnl f ine mom inoocani way win lunuieu become happy. Miss Plckford's por traval of 4he surprised! Judy, who punishes her enemies, gives Jam to alk J the children and defies the ogre of a matron Is wonderfully done. It lu only one of the masterful "bits" she does in this picture which carries Judy, the orphan from her birth to her marriage to a rich man who her to college. 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