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SOUTHERN.
Atlanta . . 6
little Rock 4
jtemphis . 3
JV'cw Orleans . 4
Ttfa-ehville 4
Mobile 3
jnijrningham . 2
jCfcattanooga . ......... 1
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2
2
2
3
3
4
6
5
Pet.
.750
.667
.600
.571
.571
.429
.250
.150
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. NATIONAL
L.
0
1
2
2
3
3
6
6
Pet.
1.000
.800
.600
.200
.500
: .400
.142
.000
Cincinnati 7
Brooklyn 4
,1'iiiladelphia ,. . .3
Js'ew York . 3
Chicago 3
, 'fi-ttsburg , 2
Louis . 1
).ioton . 0
: , .- ,
AMERICAN
W. L. Pet.
. 4 1 .800
5 2 .715
4 2 .715
3 2 .600
.2 3 ' .400
2 4 .333
2 4 .333
1 5 .150
" Cleveland ,
Chicago
Boston
2ivw York
ipetroit
w YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
"v t,. : "
SOUTHERN
fAC Aiempnis o, iasuviuo t..
.At Atlanta 5, New Orleans 1.
At Littlerock 6, Chattanooga 2.
At Birmingham 5, Mobile 7.
no., . AMERICAN
'-nAt Cleveland 1, Detroit 8.
' s oAt Boston 3, New York 7.
Others postponed, rain.
NATIONAL.
At St. Ixmis 3, Cincinnati 6.
Others postponed, rain.
I QUALITY SHOP
nn FOR WOMEN
J. r
8 E. Wright St. Phone 676
;,;D'ALEMBERTE'S
JfEROXIDE CREAM
for fac massas.
Phon 109
"A GOOD JJRUG STORE
JNGRAM OPTICAL CO.,
WE GRIND OUR
-h OWN LENSES
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
FOR RENT
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Pensacola Electric Co.
Commercial Department
PMONB 2010
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it
THE SPECIALIST
What I Say I'll Do, I
Will Do.
Second
Floor, Masonic Temple,
Pensacola.
. SANTA
ROSA-ESCAMBIA FERRY
NEW SCHEDULE.
..Leave Mulat .Santa Rosa side, 7 a. m..
10 a. m., 1 p. m., 5 p. m.
Sundays,- 9:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. rn.
, Jeave Escambia side (Missing Ldn
landing). 8 a. m., 11 a. m., 2 p- rn.. 6
P m. Sundays. 10:30 a. m. and 5:30
Pv'.m- -
Special Prices
- Knight Tires
Guaranteed 5000 Miles
fl Sportsman's Supply Store
:, . Walter Bigg
Chas. H. Kupfrian
r-BALKCOM DRUG CO
"THE PRESCRIPTION STORE"
Phone 19 or 123
THE LEADER
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
U AliKLN U'lON MOTOR CO.
... .105 N. Palafox St. .. ..
)istributors for Maxwell and
lalmers - Automobiles and
JOURNAL'S : PAGE OF SPORTS
"ALL THE NEWS THERE'S PRINT TO FIT"
Baseball, Basketball, , Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing,
P. H. S. GIRLS WILL
HOLD TRACK MEET
THIS AFTERNOON
The girls of the Pensacola high
school will hold field Day events at
the Bast Hill play grounds, beginning
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. - The
girls have been practicing faithfully
f or several ' weeks and there is every
Indication that, the meet will be a
successful one. All four classes will
take part and there is much rivalry
especially between the junior and
senior classes. Field Day was intro
duced last year and proved to be a
great success. Even greater interest
is being manifested this year. '
Ribbons will be awarded for first,
second and third places and prizes
will be awarded' for first and second
places. Prizes have been donated as
follows:
Fifty-Yard Dash First prize, silk
hose, Meyer Shoe Co.; second prize,
book, Johnson's book store.
- One Hundred Yard Dash First
prize, white canvas sport oxfords,
Sample Shoe Store; second prize, toil
et water, White's Pharmacy.
Relay Race First team, candy, Kosy
Korner; silk hose, Bon Marche; candy,
Palace of. Sweets; perfume, Hannah's
Pharmacy.
Standing Broad Jump First, toilet
water, Watson, Parker & Reese Co.;
second, candy, Hamilton Russell
Running Hop, Skip and Jump
First, tennis racquet.
Wilson-Biggs
Co.: second, scissors, Forbes, Quigley
'& Morgan.
Running High Jump First, jew
elry, Diffenderfer Jewelry Co.; second,
candy, Central. Pharmacy.
Shot Put Ring, Pyle's Jewelry Co.; j
second, toilet water, Balkcom urug
Co.
I ' A piece of jewelry donated by the
Elebash Jewelry Co., for the best all
round athlete, will be presented on
graduation night.
The officials are. Judges, Miss Cal
loway, Miss Moffett, Miss Scouten;
Starter and Referee, Julian Olsen;
Clerk of Course, Miss Beth Walton:
Scorer, Miss Helen. Carter; Timer,
Mr. Diffenderfer.
Miss Carter will award the ribbons.
STORES WILL NOT
CLOSE AT NOON FOR
HALF HOLIDAY
It was announced last" night by a
member of the local Clerks' Union
that the stores will not close at noon
for half holiday today. The Friday
noon closing plan will not be put
into operation- until the first Friday
In June, it was announced.
it
TIZ FOR TIDED,
PUFFED-OP FEET
Instant relief for sore, aching,
tender, calloused feet
and corns.
You're footsick! Your feet feel tired,
puffed up, chafed, aching, sweaty, and
they need "Tiz."
"Tiz" makes feet remarkably fresh
and sore-proof. "Tiz" takes the pain
and burn right out of corns, callouses
and bunions. "Tiz" is the grandest
foot-gladdener the world has ever
known.
Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" at any
drug store and end foot torture for a
whole year. Never have tired, aching.
Sweaty, smelly feet; your, shoes will
fit fine and you'll only wish you had
tried "Tiz" sooner. Accept no substi
tute. Adv.
ANOTHER STORE
CLOSES DAILY 6 P. M.
Saturdays 9 p. m.
Hoyt Bros., the popular Gro
cers" name was omitted from the
list published recently by the
. Clerks Union. We are glad to
correct the mistake.
(Signed) ;
Secretary Clerks' Union.
The Banking & Saviflgs
Trust Company
THE UPTOWN BANK
General Banking
Onxy Trut Company i Waal
WE BUY AND oELL.
BOND 3
HOUSE NUMBERING
Gold Leaf on Transoms
See Robinson, 209 Thissen Building, or
call residence phone 793.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL.
5 NAVAL STORES
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PENSACOLA.
Pensacola, May 1. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 67, with sales of i
135 casks.
Receipts, Casks.
Last
Year
18
42
883
302
422
4,457
38,265
41,839
Today . 144
This month 144
This season 736
Shipments, Casks.
Today . 142
This month 142
This season 7,057
Stocks, Casks.
Today . .... 28,419
April 1 ............... 34,740
The rosin market
was firm, with
sales of 756 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last
Year
134
231
4,290
1,079
1,339
25.262
52,378
73,350
Today . 469
This month ... 469
This season 4,136
Shipments, Barrels.
Today . ' 80
This month 80
This season ....... 4,237
Stocks, Barrels.
j Today 49,730
April
1 49,831
Quotations were as follows:
. Close
X. WW . .. 14.10
WG ..14.00
X . ....13.85
M 13.10
K. ......12.90
I . 11.50
H . .......................11.42
G 11.32
F . V .11.22
13 ...11.15
D . 11.12
B .....10.90
SAVANNAH.
Savannah, May 1. The spirit mar
ket firm at 72 7314, with sales of
172 casks.
Receipts, Casks.
Last
Year
147
2,049
Today 82
This season 2,823
Shipments, Casks. .
Today . 12
This season 4,502
Stocks, Casks.
Today 20.568
April 1 24,293
2,893
23,449
24,095
The rosin market was firm with
sales of 174 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last
Year
432
8,167
Today . 413
This season ........... 4,368
Shipments, Barrels.
Today . 4 . . 244
This season 11,904
Stocks, Barrels.
Today 55.511
April 1 96,263
7,383
97,047
94.310
Quotations were as follows:
WW. ..............14.35
WG . . 14.25
N 14.10
M 13.30-40
K ... 13.10-20
I 11.75
H 11.65-70
G 11.60
F . ...... .11.50
E - .........11.45
D . .11.45
B . ..... .... "..:.. 11.15
JACKSONVILLE.
Jacksonville, May 1. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 72 -73, with sales of
602 casks. . :
Receipts, Casks.
Last
Year
244
4,182
11
8,903
52,493
S7.219
Today . 226
j This season : 3,583
Shipments, Casks. '
j Today 778
This season 17,440
I .. Stocks, Casks.
Today . 27787
April 1 41,644
The rosin market was firm, with sales
of868 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last
Yer
314
11,842
Today 742
I This season 12.113
Shipments, Barrels.
Today . 555
This season 12,094
Stocks, Barrels.
Today .120,671
April 1 . 120,652
27,817
162,261
178,236
Quotations were as follows:
Closa
X. WW .14.50
vvii .
N
M . . .
.14.00
.13.75
.13.25
.13.00
.11.80
.11.60
.11.50
K
I .
H
G
P .
.11.40
5 - ..11.35
D
.11.30
B .....11.10
To Cure Habitual Constipation
Take "LAX-FOS PEPSIX" regularly
for 14 to 21 days, A Syrup Tonic-Laxative.
,. Pleasant to Take. 60c. It Regu
lates. Adv.
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1919:
Wrestling
B -
!' MARKET REPORTS
gllillggilgiliSi
New York, May 1. Cotton futures
steady. May. 28.30; July. 26.40; Oct.,
24.60; Dec. 24.15; Jan., 23.91.
Cotton closed steady. May, 28.63;
July, , 26.88;. OcU 25.02; Dec, 24.54;
Jan.. 24.15.
New Orleans, Mayl. Spot cotton fu
tures opened steady. May, 26.90; July,
25.82; Oct., 23.80; Dec, 23.47; - Jan.,
23.12.
Spot cotton steady, and unchanged.
Sales on the spot 1,659 bales, to arrive
1,185 bales. Low middling, 23.00; mid
dling, 17.75; good middling, 28.75.' Re
ceipts 1,559; stock. 426,664 bales.
Price changes became narrow. . At 1
o'clock the market wa sat a net rise
of 39 to 40 points.'
Liverpool, May 1 Cotton spot in fair
demand ; prices lower; good middling,
28.05; fully middling, 17.55; middling.
1695; low middling, 15.40; good ordi
nary. 17.35; ordinary, 13.22. Sales 8,
000 bales' including 5,600 American; re
ceipts 20,000 bales including 17,200
American. Futures closed steady. May,
16.78; July, 16.43;-Sept., 15.80.
The cotton exchange today discon
tinued official spot cotton values and
made the full middling grade the basis
of contracts. Hereafter quotations
will be for American and not Texas
cotton.-
New York, May 1. The. early bul?e
met increased offerings toward the
middle of the morning with July sell
ing off to 26.30 and October to 24.50
but liquidation was much less active
than yesterday, Liverpool continued to
buy and the market became firmer
toward midday on reports of a more
active spot demand. July sold up to
26.74 and October to 24.85 or 37 to49
points net higher. .'
WHY DOCTORS
PRESCRIBE THE
IWJIIOMEL
Medicinal Virtues Retained and
Improved Unpleasant and
Salivating Qualities Removed
New Variety Called "Calo
tabs." Of all the medicines in the world, doc
tors prescribe calomel most often and
depend upon it most universally. Tliere
must be a. good and sufficient reason
what is it?
If you will study the doctors' books you
nil find that the medical authorities pre
scribe calomel for almost every disease.
The reason is that calomel is the greatest
and only thorough system-purifier. Jt
makes the liver active, drives out the
poisons . from the stomach, bowels and
kidneys and thereby purifies the blood.
Calomel puts the entire system in the
most favorable condition for Nature to
exercise her recuperative power. That 'is
why he prescribes Calomel so often.
The new kind of calomel, called "Cal
otabs," ia refined and purified from ail
of the nauseating and dangerous qualities
of the old style calomel and is rapidly
taking its place, for it is more effective
than the old-style calomel as a liver
cleanser and system-purifier. One Calotajj
at bedtime, with a slallow of water
thafs all. No salts, na nausea, nor the
slightest unpleasantness. Next morning
you awake feelins fine with a heartv
appetite for breakfast. Eat what voii
please. No restrictions of h3bit or diet.
Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed
packages, price thirty-five cents. Rec
ommended and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere. Your money back if you are
not delighted. (adv.)
1 1 i S S 1 1 1 1 1 g H g g a
a
Weather Reoort.
' m
IStllllig-ig
II11S
(Compiled for the Journal by the
Weather Bureau Office.)
Pensacola, Pla.. May 2., 1919.
Sunrise, 6:05 a. jn.
Sunset, 7.27 p. m. ;
Moonrise, 8:09 a. m.
Moonset, 10:29 p. m. , V
Next phase of the moon, First Quar
ter. 6 th.
High tide, 12.43 p. m.
Low tide, 10:52 p. m.
- YESTERDAY'S WEATHER,
Temperature.
7 a. m., 69.
7 p. m, 72.
Highest, 77.
Lowest, 67.
Mean, 72.
Normal, 71.
Mean same date last year, 63.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
date, 201.
Highest of record for May, 93 de
grees. Lowest of record for May( 44 de
grees. Rainfall.
For 24 hours ending 7 p. m, 0.07.
Total for this month to 7 p. m, -0
Normal for May, 2.68 inches.
Accumulated excess this year to
date, 16.02.
Rheumatism
is completely washed out of the sys
tem by the celebrated Shivar Mineral
Water. Positively guaranteed by
money-back offer. Tastes fine; costs
a trifle. . Delivered anywhere by our
Pensacola Agents, West Glorida Groc
ery Co. Phone them. Adv.
Better 'teaiu
There is as much food in a quart of good Ice
Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to
your family often. It is easily frozen with an
Alaska Freezer. George can do it and you'll
know its pure and clean if made at home.
Buy one today and be happy.
1
PER CENT REBATE
On all Cash Purchases. Save Your Coupons,
HAMILTON RUSSELL
Druggist and Prescriptionist
212 South Palafox Street.
GILFILL AN SCOTT
PIANO
One Lesson a Week. Four Dollars a Month. At Pupil's Residence
The Clutter Music House Phone 15
Special Facilities for Out-of-Town Pupils.
AUDITS INCOME TAX REPORTS
R. T.RAINES
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla.
McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs. Pla.
COST SYSTEMS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY.
The Home of Exide Battery
Service.
30 S. Palafox. Phone 345.
GARDEN
CASH GROCERY CO.
BLUE LABEL COFFEE, ;
per can , . .
25c
Phone 2027
Garden and DeVillier
T. E. Williams & Co.
FURNITURE
90 E. Wright. Pru.ie 1995
LA MODE
122-124 South Palafox Street
Ladies' Garments and Fine
MUHnery.
THE BKST PLACE TO SHOP
AFTER ALU"
CAPT.
t . BENNIE .
EDMUNDSON
LAUNCHES
TO
RENT
TELEPHONE 204
. CUT RATE SHOE SHOP .
Shoe Repairing Quickly Done.
Work called for and delivered.
Guaranteed work at fair prices.
431 West Belmont Street.
Phone 932.,
rO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DY8
PEPSI A, TAKE A
Dyspepsia
xaoiei fv
Before and Aft- f-Pf0!?fk104$
r Each Mea k&W
25 Centa Box
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Steak
2 quart
..$475
3 quart
5.50
4 quart 6.75
$1 Cash; $1 a week
COMF4HY
Phone 846
Paper Hanging,
Painting & Decorating
Johnson & Frederickson
Phone 502. 16 W. Government.
JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON
Painting;, Paperhanging and
Decorating
16 West Government Street
Phone 534
ABBOTT AUTO
REPAIR CO.
Palafox and Grepory Streets
Phone 415
2&
BICYCLES
New and Second
hand TIRES, REPAIRS
Wilson -Biggs Co.
"Home of the Dayton"
24 South Palafox Street
San Carlos Main Cafe
Table d'Hote Luncheon dally,
noon to 2:30, 75c; Table d'Hote
Dinner served 6 to 8:30 $1.00.
Saturday and Sunday Table
d'Hote Dinner. De Luxe, served
6 to 8:30 $1.50 -
San Carlos Electric Grill
and Coffee Shop
Service a'la Carte.
Dawn tt Midnight.
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Agenta
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
"YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR
. MONEY BACK"
29 South PalafoK Street. - 790
. - 5 A , I ...
LEGAL NOTICE.
Blda for Casino Privlleao. ..
In Escambia Count J r "1
C. p. -Horner: Rec?'
Natiorl Bank of Pen8acola,s X&!Z
uerendants. ivershi;.,
On fnnr1aw f-Vi j .
1919" the 6eflnd7?naZ A. D
ceiver nt th. Wit "aner. j'
sacola. as successor to W M nf Un
said Receivership, la required in in
This order to be published"6'11
week for four 4) consecuuTteek each
Pensacola oJurnal. a newspaper ttn
in said Escambia countv Published
Clerk Court of p
Pensacola, Fla., April 24th. lsf9cor(1-
1823
In Escambia County Court r.t7.
a State of FloridaIn ChanV. ecorJ
Broxton. deefndant: """'ant- Vs- Frank
,?n Monday, the Sth day of Ma a
1919. the defendant, Frank rS7'. D
required to appear to tlBr3- is
against him herein. olu Wed
This order to be pnbli he
week for four f cSnr.,V.t?.-0"ce.each
he Pensacola Journal. .eeks ,
lished in said Kscambia counff Pub
W. P. Rice
r, ' , Clerk Court of Reiwj
Pensacola. Trio a m-n j .L"ecrd.
-J diu, U l j
In Escambia County Circuit Court .T
of Florida In rhinn -urt, Stat
hZZZ "r2 Sarah E
A. D. 19i9. the defendant
him herein. " "c uiea Wnst
ibis order to be published once a
nal. a newspaper published Jl
,. JAS- JfACGIBBON,
(Seal) . Clerk Circiut Cow
By M. L. BELL, n c
Pensacola, Fia April 30, 1919.
Parle --.o.ons at Bay View
Sealed bid3 for the privilege of erect-
.s uperaung a casino biulding, and
o -"BW
wtucr UI IV lit IT f1 at fir
i jucu uv me nrn nonfl .
-.i. u, wm oe received by th
'JUttIU 01 commissioners of the- City of
5th day of May. 1919. t .V-. 71 !
. .. . ' ""v.ii ume sain
uias win oe puDncly opened and read at
the meetine of Riri -ro i .1. . .
- iu lUe ut?
fii5813, must ie accompanied br
diagram, plans and specifications prepar.
Ka ,1i?ens?d anitect, of the pro
posed building to be erected and with j
p tr ,v K 'ii ?, Dona ln the sum 0!
Two Hundred Dollars ($200) as provided
in the ordinance.
EflPh fofririfT mnof 4nt. .v. -
1 oll liiq exact
, amount payable annually in advance for
rra 01 ien years and in ad
dition the largest per centage on the gro't
income derived from all the privilege
payable weekly, that he will pay for sail
privileges.
Bids must be in the form of proposal
furnished by the City Clerk to prospectto
bidders together with a copy of the fore
of contract and bond that the successful
bidder will be required to execute.
Board of Commissioners of the Cltv or
Pensacola.
By F. D. SANDERS, Mayor.
Attest:
J. O. WALKER, City Clerk.
OWN YOUR HOME
. Investigate our plan
Pensacola Home and Saving!
Association.
i
JQX
Kodak Finishing Picture Frtmim
Kodak and Films Ansco Camera
"Let Us Make You Slake
Good With a Kodak.''
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
The Parlor Market
"Home of All That's Pure"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRV, EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES
HONES 17
DAVIS AUTO REPAIR CO.
Automobile Repairing
Washing, Polishing, Storage
21 W. Romana St.
Mayes' Printing Co.
1 Office Supplies
17-19 W. Government
Phone 181
Build a Home First!
Campaign Now On in
Pensacola.
Stearns Lumber Co.
Chattman's Electrical Shoe Shop
For Quick and Reliable Work
Warrington, Fla.
Just Try a Found of
WARFIELD'S
COFFEE.
Phone 1566.
E. B. Hoffman & Son
SELLING OUT
' T.nwest Prices.
57 East Gregory. Phoe 8-3
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