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lb 4 1 - 1 v l O v. I:' 9 . t You'd better Make your Home cozy for the stay-in-d floors and furniture. See us for specifications and prices. Right at Ray's MEYER PH0E CO. EX6Ly4iVe A6SNT8 For RenderFeet Gulf City Coffee Co. pAacioira T?1anYAro ftTi?nnira ' FIN COFFEES I" 10711 Eart Intendenela Street ' ClM8ACOLA. FLA. fPORTER'S BAZAAR ! 115 North Palafox Everything for the Housewife Itosique rBros.' Garage 107-9 West Garden Street Phone 949 Fxpert Automobile Repairing j . J Notice to Ice Consumers I Oar wagon are equipped with scale vp4 eonmnera will rls estaet correct Nlcbt aad report any diecourteay oi ptrBjo office. Phonoe J9 cr M9. SOurHERN UTILITIES CO. - -suooeeeor to J. P. REMICH & SONS "The Stora That Satiafiaa" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 16 North Palafox. PRUNES SCANS, 25c Garden Cash Grocery Garden and Devi tiler PKn 2027 Bprinjr Garden Market Groceries of AD Kinds HIKE DROSSOS & CO., Props Phone 234 iWm C. Dif f enderf er Jeweler Optician 14-Scnth Palafox Street ;kodak SHOP Cw2a!L ,",,h'nO Plotur Framing Kodatc and Film Aneea Camera FALK'S MiHinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafox. just abore Isia L Theatre FORCHEIMER'S ! FASHION SHOP EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY TO WEAR AND MILLINERY 173 PHONES 174 iMARSTON & QUINA Wilt Florlda'a Oldest Furniture House MeKea Refrigerators, Globr-Wemlekl Book Cases and Office l urmtur !T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Furniture 0c E. Wright. Phone 1992 The Stora for Women- LA MODE 122-124 8outh Palafox Street v Ladies Garments and Fine Millinery THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL,' We Furnish the Home l Complete J. RO Paint up the inside of Phone Oi&y'2a&tesT 846 The Watson Agency INCORPORATED REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE RENT COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY No. 8 South Palafox Street PHONE 54 EXPERT VULCANIZING Cord or Fabric Tires O.K. TIRE 24 W. Garden St HOFFMAN & SELLERS AUTO CG. KeDy-Sprinpfield and Firestone Tires. Oils and Greases -57-59 East Grejrory Street. Phone 825. PALACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CARY&CO. 10 South Palafox Phones 0, 93, 119, 134 When You ThinI? of Coal. Thin of Cary. THE QUALITY SHOP 125 S. Palafox St. Ladies' to Wear Phone 178S Carte rBrokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers and Forwarders Let us enframe your ".pace when yot want room for export. We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rato md available spacer Room 405. Thiesen Bldg, Pensaeola. Evans Power Cycle and Cycle motor The Cycle Motor Sales Co. T. T. Wentwcrth, Jr.'s Store Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts. LONDON WOOLEN MILLS Get Your Fall Suit Union Made 117 South Palafcx THE LEADER Stadium Clothes Union Made 218 S. Palafox St. THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER your house before oor period Renew your 212 SPalafcx V SHOP Bob Hixson JOE L. LICATA EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 8 E. Intendencia. Phone 282 WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For the Best, and Newest Work In Repaira AH Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2032. YALE BICLCLES Cash or credit Supplies and Repairs, Tour business appreciated. T. T. WENTWORTH. JR. Cor. Belmont and Davis streets. EVERLASTING! FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You "7 918 Phones 919 OWN YOUR HOME Pensaeola Home and Savings Assn. J. H. BayLiss, Secy 10 South Palafox. ' Phona 232 Pay $1.00 Weekly-Nothing for Men and Women Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT THE LIZZIE SCOOTER If You Drive a Ford Investigate. You Will Eventually Own One - H. A. Beard, Route 1. - Winter comes walls, woodwork, Right on the Corner NUX-IRON TONIG With Paw-Paw Added THREE POWERFUL FORCES IM 0HE PUT UP IN LIQUID FORM Mr. J. V. Davis, a Methodist min ister living at Congaree, S. C, has Joined the army of converts of the thousands who are already disciples of Ironized Paw-Paw. The reverend gentleman says: 'I have suffered from stomach troubles for a pumber of years which caused me considera ble anxiety. I could not sleep, or at least I did not know what a sound sleep was for many months. My at tention was drawn to Ironized Paw Paw by reading one of your announce ments in the newspapers. . I obtained a bottle and began to use it. I may say conscientiously that after the first dose I began to feel relief and the same evening slept sounder than I had in many months past. You may publish this fact, as I want other peo ple to know the remarkable virtues contained in your Ironized Paw-Paw, I consider it does fully more than you claim for it, and I shall certainly con tinue the treatment." We want the man or woman who can't sleep and is despondent to come in and try this remedy. You'll never go back to the old-fashioned medi cines. Lots of business and profes sional men find Ironized Paw-Paw enables them to do more and better work. It seems to energize every fibre, tissue and bone. Begin on Iron ized Paw-Paw today so you can! join the army of converts. Your druggist probably keeps it. "but if he doesn't it Is on sale in Pensaeola by Hamilton Russell and all leading druggists. Ironized Paw-Paw-has the formula on every bottle. Mail orders promptly attended to. Interstate Drug Co., Inc., New York. Adv. REED'S "BETTER BREAD FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST CLAS9 STORES REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Streets RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. ArrX&i and departure or passenger trains at Pensaeola, Fla, The following schedule figures pub lished as Information and not guaran teed. .. . -. . ' .- ' (Central Standard Time) AltRIVES. ' LEAVES "5:30 p.m. Montso.nery Blr ? . . minKham, Nashville. Louisville, - Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. St. Xxui&. Chicago, Memphis .......... 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m Atlanta. Washing ton, Kw Tori .... 12:30 p.m. 6-43 a.m. Montromcrj, Bir mingham, Nashville. Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m. Memphis, Kt. Louis, Chicago .... 10:45 pm. 5:45 a.m. New .. Orleans, Mo- - - bile ...... 10:45 pm. 5:45 a-m. Atlanta, . Washing ton, Nesr York .... 10:45 p.m. :45p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00a.m. 9:45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla hassee 6:15 a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla- - hassee 6:55 p.m. , Daily except Sunday. UNITED STATES " , RAILROAD ADVINISTUTION TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR V DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A . Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Aft . - Each Meal. 25 Cants lion THE CK STAL PHARMACY AMUSEMENT S s "'; 9 - " jr 4 'tM 1 SC. "Smashing Barriera"- William Duncan, who to screen fol lowers, is known as the king -of ser ial productions, will be back on the screen of the Liberty Theatre today. In a brand new melodramatic chap ter play, entitled, 'Smashing Barriers.' This, according' to the producers, Vit agraph, is one of the best, if not the best serial that Duncan has ever ap peared in. The last appearance of this husky screen star here was in "The Man of Might." "Smashing Barriers" has been written with an effort behind it to make it interesting for man, woman or child. It opens up with the action staged at a big Western college, where Duncan as the hero, wins a great football game for his Varsity team. After a chapter or two, the action jumps to the big open spaces of the west mountains, lumber camps, etc., where our hero has gone to make his way to furtune for himself. This new serial is again the product of the pens of Cyrus Townsend Brady one of the foremost writers in th's country, and Albert E. Smith, presi dent of Vitagraph. It is overflowing with new thrills and daredevil deeds. It is everybody's serial, according to the producers, because it aontains every element of good, clean advent ure. It might be the page from any strong, hustling young man's life. In tertwined in the story of Duncan's making good, is a charming romance. Character Carries Girl on Mission of Revenge. Strength of character, so many stu dents of human nature maintain, may be revealed by some terrible occur rence which brings to the surface the best or worst in man. However, strength of character may be for good as well as evil. One may decide to have revenge and keep this idea in mind .for years. That is one form that strength shows up (n character. In the new World picture, "The Woman of Liies," Olive Sherman, - the heroine who has been made'an out cast because of lies circulated about her, . carries for several years the one idea of squaring accounts with Nor ton, the man who spoiled her early life! ; After some years she succeeds In getting him in her power,'. and. cleverly leading him on, absolutely ruins him. Olive is not a criminal type. She is Just an example of a girl whose in tense hatred for one"man makes her live with the idea of revenge. It "be comes an obsession with her, Eventu ally she finds happiness with the man she loves. June Elvidge , who plays the role of Olive Sherman, does one of the best pieces! of work in her career In this picture. She plays a difficult part and succeeds in retaining the audience's sympathy all through the picture. . "The - Woman of Lies," the latest attraction at the Liberty theatre to day. - - Exceptional Cast in "Ruling Passions." The most exceptional cast to be seen in Select Pictures' big special attraction. "Ruling Passions," written and directed by Abraham S. Schomer, which comes , to the Isis theatre on Monday. The featured players In this Interesting play of social problems are 7T eTVt 3waaam- "Rll LI NG PASSIONS" JUL! A Df AN Id EDWIN ARDfN ' .AT ISIS, TOMORROW. aiiMiti(w-j: jo n- !i n n 4 Jb ptJvMi til m t o IP Hi u hv q l ifi-v ' oiv' ' ; L . AL. SHAFFER'S BOYS AND GIRLS LIBERTY THEATRE, ALL WWEK. t . a 26, 1919. ' jsz- ("K..J$BZh. iIW Julia Dean and Edwin Arden. Both of these artists are more than well known in this city.while Earl Schenck and Claire Whitney, two other impor tant members of the cast, have ap peared in a number of most success f ul productions seen on the screen. Miss Dean is a well-known vaude vllle actress, in addition to having spent several successful years on the speaking stage. She played in support of Kyrle Bellew and Eleanor Robson and created the role of Virginia Blaine in "Bought and Paid For." She has been seen on the screen In "The Ran som" and "Rasputin, the Black Monk " Edwin Arden for 35 years was one of the most popular stars on the Broad way speaking stage, having appeared In hundreds of highly successful pro ductions. His screen appearance in elude "The Iron Heart," "Grey Mask, "Beloved Vagabond,", and countless others. Claire Whitney and Earl Schenck are also widely known. For the ' last two years Miss Whitney's name has been foremost among tha country's ablest actresses, while Mr. Schenck is destined to be one of the most popu lar leading men and stars of the film world. Local Society Folks Can Fathom Club Life Dangers in "Burlar by Proxy." Society rolks of this city have a great treat in store for them with the coming of Jack Pickford's latest pic ture, "Burglar by Proxy," at the Isis theatre today. PIckford jplays the role of Jack Robin, member of a fashionable society who is attacked by the well- known society ailments, spring fever, love, a flat tire on his high-powered roadster, and a terrible toothache at the same time. Jack s excitement starts when friends influence him to try to drown r ,2 ISIS THEATRE, TODAYS his toothache with a highball. Ho saturates that painful Ivory and un consciously swallows some of the fluid, With his head in a whirl, he reels homeward tobe met by two footpads who insist that he. climb into the home of his sweetheart and return with plunder for them. Jack, Is forced to consent by the weighty argument of the outlaws revolvers. ' - ' Dorothy Mason, whom Jack wants to marry. Is given tha shock of her life when she seeshlm come creeping into her boudoir.. She surprises Jack with the information that this Is not his first attempt at burglary, because ne stole her father s business plans This gives Jack a great shock. He determines to" recover the planh even it he had to steal them. Ben Wilson in Great Play of Chim ' - 5 . inoloav. Manager Jones, of the Tinna ater, has set a pace for the comins? season s attractions that eclipses even the fondest'dreams of th? most ardent amusement lover, for he will bring to this popular playhouse on Wednes day .the , first aerial ever produced, t i i "The Trail of the Octopus." The title of this first episode Is ''The Devils Trademark." The wonder play, which has right fully been termed the Serial o a Thousand Thrills, is as mysterious as the Sphinx, and sp far away from the beaten path of the ordinary serial that they cannot possibly be classed alikp. The popular stars, Ben Wilson anil Neva Garber, who thrilled thousands the world over by their clever work In "The Voice on the Wire," will have the leading roles in "The Trail of the Octopus," and they have never ap peared to better advantage than in this atory of death-defying adventure. KKSBSCS!K9BHKSJ NAVAL STORES ! m HHEHHBKBIKBISKEKXSM PENSACOLA MARKET Pensaeola, Oct. 25. Trading on the open market discontinued. Receipts, Casks. Last Year 311 21,207 Today , 125 This season 25,907 , Shipments, Casks, Today ..... 626 This season 57,059 25,573 Stocks, Casks. Today 3.588 37,473 April 1 34,740 41,839 Trading on open rosin market dis continued. Receipts, Barrels. Last Year 1.106 60,377 875 94,100 45.227 73,350 Today 465 This season 89,92a Shipments, Barrels. Today 825 This season ......... 8,471 Stocks, Barrels. Today 57.2S5 April 1 49,831 SAVANNAH MARKET Savannah, Oct. 25. The spirit mar ket was quiet at 1.54 1.54 1-4, with no sales. Receipts, Casks. Last Year 52 33,320 133 27.7S3 8f,070 24.203 Today 41 This season 38,961 Shipments, Casks. Today 238 This season 71.935 Stocks, Casks. Today 9,096 April 1 18.850 The rosin market was firm sales of 525 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. with Last Year Today-; 203 596 This season 116.909 122,637 Shipments, Barrels. Today 995 P95 This season - 148,586 133 063 Stocks, Barrels. Today 34,069 65.R95 April 1 62,547 96,263 Quotations were as follows: WW 22.10 WO 31.40 N 19.80 (520.C5 M 19.32 i-i IC 18.90 I 18.47'i II , 17.044 O 16.8214 F. E 16.57 'i D 16.50 B 16.25 JACKSONVILLE MARKET Jacksonville, Oct. 25. The spirit market was steady at 1. BO 1.50 ',i with sales of 200 casks. Receipts, Casks. List Year Today 424 17.1 This season 62,432 64,733 Shipments, Casks. Today 163 100 This season 89,565 53.75. Stocks, Casks. Today 13.565 BS.201 April 1 41,649 57,219 The rosin market was steady with sales of 543 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Last Y.-nr Today 1,472 &27 This season 200,591 177,530 , Shipments, Barrels. Today 128 1"0 This season .232,429 22S.104 Stocks, Barrels. Today .......... i ... . 88,725 127. 66? April 1 120,632 110.23 Quotations were as follows: WW 22.00 WO 21.25 N 20.50 M .; 1975 K 1V90 I IK 40 II 17.''" O 16.90 F, E l"r' D 16.40 B 2 6.25 Stiff? Sore? A lame back, a sore muscle or a sti? Joint often is considered too lightly by the sufferer. It should be remembered that backache, rheumatic pains, stiff ness, soreness, sallow skin and puffiness tinder the eyes are symptoms ot kianey nd bladder trouble and these certainly should not be neglected. Ldney help the kidneys eliminate from tho system the poisonous waste and aculi that cause these eches and pains. They act promptly and effectively to restore weak, overworked or diseased kidneys end bladder to healthy, normal con dition. J. E. Simmons. 400 E. 50th S.. Portland. Ore., writas: "I was troubled with back-b s urinary trouble. I triad FoUy Kidny Pills snj will y that I hishly reeommaod tham to au ena troubled in that war. ss they era exctlltui.