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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1919.
, r " i i . . i i i PAGE SFQEMTS "ALL TDD NEWS TIIDRB'S PRINT TO PIT". fo) IN THIS Baccball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling 3)W L.DST YOU TWILIGHT LEAGUE -IJAY BE UNDER WAY WITHIN TWO WEEKS id The local baseball players who are trying to put over a twilight league &epe to start the season in about two weeks. Four well known teams have signified their intentionsof Joining the Jagne and it Is hoped that the Naval station and' Army post will be 'per caaded to enter.' Klt is planned to hold a meeting of 'all Interested in about ten . days, at which time some action relating to the raying, ' grounds, rules, umpires and the like, will be taken. C Thomas Johnson and Phil Sanchez fX the Ship Yard hope to make sat isfactory arrangements for the park. Others who are intensely .interested, Olther as players, managers or fans, are: Nat Lewis, of the I & N. shops: - ti r. van lunuc. ui hid x oiioavuu iuv Xl.r Gahlenbeck, of the K. of C. team. 7 and Julian Olson of the T. M. C. A. ' . - There are many baseball fans in frthe city and it is expected that the proposed league will receive strong i support. . THE PENNANT RACE r Southern. Atlanta . . W. 4 Pet. .800 .750 .750 .600 .500 .250 .200 .200 1 1 '1- 2 .2 3 4 4 isew urieans ........ . <tle Rock . . ......... 3 ! J&ashvllle 3 .. 'Memphis . . 2 ;joblle . 1 drmlngham ... .... 1 Chattanooga . .. .... 1 1 National. W. L. Pet. 5 0 1.000 , 4 ' 0 1.000 2 2 . .600 2 2 .500 2 2 . .500 2 2 .500 0 4 .000 0 4 .000 W. Li. Pet. 3 0 , 1.000 4 - 1 .800 1 ' 2 .666 1 1 .600 1 1 .500 1 2- .333 1- -8 .250 : ".. . . I Cincinnati . , ; firooklyn . . Philadelphia Chicago . . .Pittsburgh . ... .. . ew x orjc . i TJoston ... ACQUIS . itrt li lJ , 8. .... i American. Boston . . . ...... Chicago . . . Philadelphia f Cleveland . . New York Detroit ' .Washington St. Louis fin, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American - "A New York, 8; Philadelphia, 2, '"At Washington, 5; Boston. 6. " j' Others postp ned, wet grounds. ,. , . - i ... -i .-i- National. a At Philadelphia. 1; Brooklyn, 0. ;At Boston, 4; New York, 6. ' .Others, rain. "; j. : Southern. , BlrminLam, 3: New OrlrJis, At Memphis, 2 ; Chattanooga, 1. ... - -"At Atlanta. ; Mobile, 3. At Wttle Rock. 6; Nashville. 0. stcy o? most a ; ... 40 years ago an old doctor was put ting up a medicine for diseases of the Mood, that cured the worst eases of peclf lo blood poison,' and time proved ilhat the cures were permanent. After iqany years X secured, the prescription (being a druggist), and took each In jrredieftt separately and referred to my U. S. Dispensatory and other authori tative books on medicine' and found the medical properties set down as "follows: "Smployed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood poison, scorfula, constipation, stomach and liver troubles, chronic rheumatism, ca- :JJirrh. in sores, ulcers, akin eruptions, wnriat iind lead poisoning. Under 'Cs use nodes, tumors and scrofula HwtsiuitKs that have withstood all other ' treatment disappear as if by magic." To commemorate my fortieth year as "8C druggist I named this medicine Number 40 For The Blood.- ' J. C. Uendenhall, Evansvllle. Ind.. Sold by Crystal Pharmacy. , W TCI at cuch -o BOMCS 1 1 r u L - AIR STATION TEAMS TO HOLD SERIES OF FAST BALL GAMES According to the sport situation at the present time the fastest base ball games to be played in this sec tion of the state will be at the Bar rancas grounds . on the reservation. The various teams from the naval air station arepl aiming to - play a series and hope to secure permission from the army authorities for the use of their diamond. - The . bitterest rivals at the air sta tion are the seaplane school and air ship school. Both , teams are strong and should produce an excellent brand of baseball. It is expected that the first game c. will be played next Sunday. R S3 SIDE-LINE DOPE ; SB " .:. -,- ------ -;--5-:. pg -'- ' - -. SBatsaiasBBSsaBBsa Famous sayings: to Chifnce. Tinker to Evers Still more famous:'- Til play these." -- More famous still: "Coming out." . , On June 8, 1869, at Buffalo, N. Y the Niagaras defeated the Columbians bythe score of 209 to 10. -. O'Nell, . of Cleveland, caught - 133 games last year and made but 10 er rors. His percentage was .983. The left-hander has been awarded more than his share of . sarcasm, ' but facts are to all intents and purposes as much facts as "pigs is pork." Last season it was largely through the per valence of Jim Vaughn and Babe Ruth, both left-handers, , that the Cubs and Red Sox reached the top In their re pective orbits. Ruth, a left-hander, has been a mighty factor in Red Sox success ever since his arrival aided and abetted by Dutch Leonard, anoth er southpaw. Brooklyn's success in 191t was largely due to Marquard and Sherrod Smith, left-handers, while the presence of Benton and Bailee had a momentous effect upon Giant success In 1917. The left-hander may. carry the ribald kidding of the populace, but he is a mighty equator in the . game. As for leftlhand batsmen Cobb, Speaker, Collins, Baker, Ruth why go any fur ther? Tribune. DATcn .ens m OiVES CUT Afcr Sesrehin? For . Years He : At Lest Finds Medicine That Ends Troubles. T have been trying for- years to get something that would relieve me of my troubles and have found it at last In Tanlac," said Alfred Jolly, of 3291 Quitman street. Den ver, : Colo., and an employee of the water works depart ment of that city. . "For a long time," he continued, "my stomach was In such an awful fix that I could, eat hardly a thing without be ing in misery afterwards. Even the lightest foods would bloat me up with gas and I was constantly belching up sour, undigested food that at. times would almost eboke me. and often I would get 1 so dixzy and light headed that I would almost fall down, and I would get so nervous that It was al most Impossible for me to rest at night. I suffered agony from rheumatism and was in such a wretched condition that I was hardly fit for a thing "After trying nearly everything j could hear of I took Tanlac, and it sure hit the spot and has made a different man of me. My appetite Is splendid, my nerves steady, I sleep like a log at night, have gained eight pounds and am in better shape than I have been in years." ' Tanlac is sold bl leading druggists everywhere. adv. : E8Fi?S Z : r uxVcunoiEirYSta I uses urn' xtar. eo J ssgsgaaaasiaaaigg ' NAVAw STORES iiaaaaBBBbBBasii PENSACOLA. - ' Pensacola, April 28, 1919 The spirit market was firm at 67 with sales B and R. ' Receipts, Casks. " .:. Last Year Today . . . ............ 17 149 This month . . . ....... 513 767 This season . . . ....... 513 767 Shipments, Casks. Today 141 159 This month . . .. 6.610 3,871 This season ... ....... 6,610 3,871 Stocks, Casks. Today ............... 28.643 .. 38,735 April 1 . . 34,740 41,839 . The rosin market was nominal, with sales of 1,473 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Last Year Today . . . ............ 427 400 This month 2.996 3.720 This season . . ........ 2,996 3,720 Shipments, Barrels. Today . . . 225 290 This month 3,707 . 23,733 This season . . ........ 3.707 23,733 8tocks, Barrels. Today . .. ........... 49.120 53,337 April 1 . . 49,831 73,350 : Quotations were ss follows: X . . 14.75 VW . . . ....... ......... 14.75 WO . . 14.30 N . v 13.75 M . . . . ................... 13.05, K 12.80 i . . . n.47 H ; 11.27 O . . . . 11.20 F ... 11.10 . E . . . 11.07 D . . . 11-05 B , ... V............. 10.97 JACKSONVILLE. . Jacksonville, April 28. The spirit market was firm at 71 with sales of 261 casks) . Receipts, Casks. Lst . ' . Year Today . . . 276 137 This season . 2,778 3,352 Shipments, Casks. Today 961 470 This season . . ........ 15.902 8,597 . Stocks, Casks. Today . . 28.266 52,074 April 1 ... .; , . . .. ..... 41,644 57,219 The rosin market was firm with sales of 700 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. UJr -"-:::W ' Lsst Year Today... 1.249 ' 494 This season .. . ...... 9.260 10,447 . Shipments, Barrels. . Today . . . ........... 2,416 1,257 This season . . . ...... 9,570 27,042 Stocks, Barrels. Today . . . ............119,174 161.541 April 1 120,652 178.236 - Quotations were as fellows: X . . . 14.25 WW . . 14.25 : WO . . . . .................... 14.00 Uatch the Littlo They aao Dont close your eyes to the warn ing which nature gives, when un sightly pimples appear on your face and other parts of the body. Not ; only are these, pimples 'and splotches disfiguring, but they lead to serious skin diseases that spread and caue the most discomforting Irritation and pain. Sometimes they; . foretell Eczema, bolls, blisters, scaly eruptions and other annoyances that burn like flames of fire, and make you feel that your skin is ablaze. When, these symptoms appear on any part of the body, take prompt steps to rid the blood of these dis orders. And the one remedy which by mm 13.80 1350 13.10 11.75 11.50 11.40 11.35 11.35 11.30 11.22 i s St E D B sis; K . ... . , . g a - as 1 its, -",- ' m m sm mmmrn mmmmmmm mm 5 No New York or New Orleans cot ton. Liverpool, April 28. Spot cotton in fair demand, prices firm. Good mid dling 18.55; middling 17.64; low mid dling 16.09; good ordinary 14.44; ordi nary 13.91. Sales 4,000 bales, includ ing 3,500 American. Receipts 17,000 bales, including' 3.400 American. . Fu trues closed very, steady. April 18.62; May 17.15; July 16.69; September 16.05. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Corn : Open Close. July .............. 16.69 1-4 1.65 Sept. 1.63 7-8 - 1.62 1-4 Oats - "... . July 72 1-3 71 1-2 Sept. ............. 69 3-4 70 1-8 Pork May 52.75 52.90- July ....51.50 51.10 '. Lard ; . I v ' May ,.32.40 32.50 July ,.31.20 31.67 - Ribs . May ,28.50 . " 28.57 July ' .27.50 27.80 Chicago, April 28. Corn No. 3 yel low 1.66 1 -2 1.70; No. 4 yellow 1.66 1.68 1-2; : No. 5 yellow 1.65. Oats No. 3 white 7273 1-2; standard 73. 1-4 74 1-4. Rye No. 2 1.78 l-21.8l. Bar ley 1.17 1.26. Timothy 8.00 10.75. clover and pork nominal ; lard ' 32.50 ; ribs 27.25 28.25. Prices closed heavy 13-4 to 4 3-8c net lower, with July $1.65 to $1.65 1-4 and September 1.62 1-4 to 1.62 1-2. Chicago, April 28. Prospects of en largred receipts had. only a transient bearish effect today on the corn mar ket. , Opening: prices which ranged from the same as Saturday's finish to 2 l-4c lower with July $1.68 1-4 to 1.69 and September $1.63 7-8 to 1.64 1-2, were followed by a material advance all around. Oats showed Independent strength. Provisions rallied with corn. Chicago, Aprily 28. Potatoes fimr; receipts 60 cars; Northern sacked and bulk white car lots 2.15 2.25 cwt; new stock Florida Spaulding rose 9.00 9.50 barrel. . Chicago, April 28. Butter lower; creamery 5360 l-2c. "Eggs higher; receipts 41,456v cases. firsts 42 1-2. Poultry ' alive steady; -- : t springs 33c; fowls S4c. . New York, April 28. Raw sugar steady; centrifugal 7.28; refined steady, cut loaf 10.50; crushed 10.25; mould "A" 9.50 ; cubes 9.75 ; powdered 9.20 ; fine granulated and diamond "A 8.90; No, 1 8.85. 4 Pimples; Nature's Uarning baa no eaual as a nurifier is S. S. S, the purely vegetable blood medicine, which has been on the market for more than fifty years. It is sold by druggists everywhere. - If you are afflicted with any form of skin disease, do not expect to be cured by lotions, ointments, salves and other local remedies, as they cannot possibly reach the - source - of the trouble, which is In the blood. Begin taking S. S. S. today, and write . a complete history of your case to our chief medical adviser who will give you . special instructions, without charge. " Write at once to Swift Specific Co., 260 . Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Adv. DOCTOR PRESCRIBES VII10L For Schoolboy to Create Strength Aft ... sr Sickness. ; Vineland. N. J. "I am a schoolboy, 17 years of age. and typhoid fever left me weak :s3 debilitated, so I had to stay our of school three months my doctor, prescribed VinoL It has built up my strength and now. I am feeling fine." S. E. Bunce. The reason Vinol was so successful in this boy's case. Is because it con tains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and mangenese peptonates and gly cerophosphates, the very elements needed to build up a wesflcened. run down system, make rich,, red blood and create -strength. ; White's Pharmacy, Balkcom Drug Co, and druggists everywhere. P. S. For Itching, burning , skin try Saxol Salve. Money back if It fails. ' adv. Eub-Hv-Tisn is a powerful astatic; it kd the pc!ca eacssd fre2 tsfected cuts, ccrca c!i csxca, Utter, N M K I . M a F Automobiles. DODGE TROS. MOTOR CAR Q. H. BATS, Dealer. Ph&ne 74 Auto Painting PKNSACOLA BTVGOY WORK8 131-133 East Intendencla. Phone 57 Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. 301 N. Paiafox street. Phone 415 A complete line of Automobile Accessories Adding Machine. BURROUOHS ADDING Thteaen Bldg. MACHINE CO. Phone 764 Bakeries. REEDS SANITARY BAKERY 198 N Palafox St. Phone 484 BENNETTS BAKEPY 426 West Belmont. Phone 1S Baggage and Transfer. BORRAR TRANSFER CO. East Chase Street Phone 1146 Barber Shops. COLLINS BROS. Barber Shop Palafox Street. 204 S. Phone ,1473 Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired. Work Guaranteed. J. C. TOUNO. 103 E. p Gregory. Bottling Works. COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS 126 E. Chase Street. Phone 687 Chiropractors C. OOELZ Cliiropractor Office.. Phone 893: Residence. 224T S?-S31 Brent Building. Clothiers m. a o. CLoramo store 319-323 South PaUfox. Phone 1166 Coal Dealers. CARY & CO. Office Phones 98-119: Yard Phones 6-184 Dry Cleaning;. NATIONAL DRY CLEANING CO. ' 16 East Garden St. Phone 351. Druggists. THE CENTRAL PHARMACY 100 South Palafox. Phones 177-178 THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY 85 South Palafox. . Phones 921-923 D'ALEMBERTB'S PHARMACY 121 South Palafox Phone 109 Electrical Supplies PEAKE ELECTRIC A SANITARY PLUMBING CO. 80 S. Palafox Street. Phone 343 BAROCO ELECTRIC CO. 17 West Garden Street. Phone 619 REED BINGHAM House Wiring, Electrical Supplies, Contractor. Phone 2075 Box 288 Florists. MRS. NELLIE M. BOTSEN The Only Down Town Florist. West Garden Street. Phone 1800 18 NORTH HILL GREENERY Greenhouses. 919 N. Baylen St. : Phone 867 Flower Shop. 9 W. Roniana St. Phone 888 Fruit and Groceries. JOHN ORPANOS Fruits and Groceries. 423 N. Hayne St. Phone 166. BALKCOM DRUG CO . "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 THE LEADER FOir MEN AND COYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET UAimiNGTON KOTOS ca 105 N. Palafox St. Distributors for Uaxwell and Chakners Automobiles Xlsxneil Trucks. ThiG Directory Is Issued Three Times a Week and the Charge $1.00 Per Month Phone 1500 and tell us enter your name under proper classification. Central Trades Council PENSACOLA TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL WM. V. McNEIR. Sec. . P. O. Box 88 Foundries. BAY SHORE FOUNDRY CO.. 811 West Main Street. . Phone 677 Groceries. MRS. I W. VAN METER Groceries. . 9th Ave. and Strong. - Phone 1657 &l CRAY GROCERY CO. 429 West Jackson St. Phone 1856 NEW CITY CASH GROCERY CO. 1322 N. 14th Ave. Phone 1971. NICK VASSO Fruits and Groceries. 500 E. Wright St. Phone 478 Horseshoinar. a. A. BRIGGS Practical Horseshoer 16 W. Intendencla St. Phone 633 Ice Dealers. PENSACOLA ICE CO. 106-108 N. Tarragona. Phones 69-28 Iron Brokers. DUBOSE V TOMLINSON Iron Brokers. 21 W. Intendencla St. Phone T46 Job Printers. MAYES PRINTING CO. 16 West Government St. Phone 181 Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing Phone 186 Motor Boat Supply Store. PENSACOLA GA3 ENGINE SUPPLY CO. 713 S. Palafox St. . Phone 637 GULF MACHINE WORKS 313-817 South PaUfox Phones 163-1469 Market and Grocer. F. CHERBERO 424 E. Government St. Phone 389 Market and Groceries NICK GALLATCHNOS Grocer 500 W. Belmont. Phone 464 TONY CLEVRO tr&cr. -. Gregory Street. 530 W. Phone 630 JOHN FRANK Grocer and Market 820 N. DeViUier St. Phone 930 JOHN CRESSES. GROCER 924 N. Davia Street. Phone 433 EDGAR LEON Grocer and Market 1913 W. Jackson St. Phone 1318 PETE CHACK.NET Groceries and Market 201 W. Government St. Phone 883 SAM CATCHES Groceries and Market 1001 N. Hayne Street. Phone 1861 SPRING GARDEN MARKET. CHOICE WESTERN MEATS. PHONE 234. CHRIS CARVEL GROCER 20 N. Guillemarde. Phone 1846 B. B. MARKETS Meats, DeVilller Street. 319 N. Phone 947 Tb BcC2 & Savings Tret Ccnpny THE UPTOWN IANR Oauj Trast .Cmmpamt I Wast WE BUY AIIO oELL . dc:jb3 HOUSE NUMBERING Geld Leaf on : Trsssosss See Robinson. 2C3 Thiesen Building, or ill denee phone 7SX Ml) to the Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 114 South Palafox. Phonea 173-174 , Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO. ' Expert Steam Cleaning and Dyeing. - 8ult Pesed 35c 427 W. Belmont St. Phone 933 Music Stores. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone 18 Newspapers. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Dally-Weekly-Sunday Phones: Editorial. 38; Business. 1506 THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except 8unday Phones: Editorial 464; Business. 118 Opticisa. - DR. T. O. TATES Expert Optician. Fisher Building Painters, Paper Hansen. B. B. WELLS 13 East Government. Phone 773 Photographers. . CHAS. COTTRELL 304 1-3 South Palafox. Phone 1103 Restaurants. .BUST BEES HOTEL CAFE 315 S. Palafox St. . Phone 1757 ANGELOS DAIRY LUNCH 106 South Palafox Street. Phone 803 Shoe Shops. SAM CHARLES Snoe Maker Palafox and Main Sta. Phone 514 . FOOT WEAR REPAIR SHOP 1021 N. Davis Street. Phone 61f Ship Chandlery. A. 2SELIUS . - SnlD Chandler 711 S. Palafox St. Phone 199 Taxi Service. ' V. Q. VENTURA ' ' T Service. East Garden St. Phone 807 Bob's Taxi Phone 338 Service Day and Night 16 West Garden Tn Workers. N. A. COX. TIN SHOP 510 8. Prlafox Sreet. Phon 41 Tailoring. KING TAILORING CO. Builders of Fine Fitting Clothes 80 South Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Regtstery of Trained Nurses at White's Pharmacy. Day Phone 130. Night 446 Turkish Baths. PENSACOLA HOSPITAL, Phone 843. Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. 201 E. Garden St. Phone 1710 Undertakers. NORTHUP WOOD Undertakers. 13 West Intendencla St. Phone 39. QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone 676 Ford Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 T. Garden. Phone 1914 DEED'S "E3TTE3 C3HAJDT rev ' ALL FIRST CLASS STOOZ3 PXSCXrti SATHTAIIT DAHC3Y