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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1919.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS SOUTHERN , At mobile, 5; Atlanta. 1. ' ; At New Orleans, 0; Birmingham, 2. Others rain. NATIONAL. At St.. Louis, 2; Pittsburg, 1. At Brooklyn. 11; Philadelphia, 9. At Cincinnati, 0; Chicago. 7. At New York 6, Boston, 4. AMERICAN ' At Chicago, 3; oreDtil ,t. At Chicago,' 3; Detroit, 1. 'At Boston, 2; Washington, 0. At Cleveland. 3; St. Louis. 6. ' At Philadelphia, 3; New York. 2, HIGH SCHOOL tIMSTREL TO BE BIG AFF AR The high school has completed elaborate preparations to entertain the peopje of Pensacola with another black-faced minstrel show Thursday and Friday evenings, May 8 and 9, at the high school auditorium. The cast, as furnished by Professor Tyler, comprises the cadet corps ' of the school, and presents a program of five parts, includes all the latest jokes and popular hits. George Oliver and Oliver Williams are again the end men, and the other minstrels are RufUs Britt, Jack Brown, Harry Howland,- Henry Hudson, Mo Henry Jones, Jack Kehoe, Stephen Klein. Wallace Purdy, Sam Rosenau, Monroe Smith, Sig . Soloman, . Earl Westmark and Arthur Bowman as in terlocutor. McHenry Jones Will sing his own composition, "The High School Blues.' A male quartet, composed of Henry Hudson, Powell L-indgren, Wallace Purdy and Graham White, will be a special attraction. Henry Hudson, George Oliver and Oliver Williams will present a Specialty entitled, ''A Pair of Pants." "Nigger Night School" promises to to be one of the most mirth provoking features, with the leading parts played by Rufus Britt, Stephen Klein, Mon roe Smith, Sig Soloman and Karl Westmark. The finale, "Funeral of John Barley corn," or the end of old man Booze, is suggestively timely and promises to be a screamer. , , The proceeds of the entertainemnt are to be divided between the cadet corps and the senior class, and the tickets are for sale at the Army and Navy Club and by the students, or can be obtained at the door Thursday and Friday evenings at popular prices. PROF. TYLER AND MISS CARTER TEACH AT SUMMER SCHOOLS GAMES TODAY. NATIONAL. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Boston at New York. Chicago at Cincinnati. LAMARINE WAFERS THE IDEAL LAXATIVE EAT LIKE CANDY Oi" perfect results without discom- furt. At all Briig Stores 30c per Box.. LOOK FOR THE RED BALL TRACX, MARK. Hfcafms Atnirnmition .Shooting Rrgbrlij n mm ;t-f.fj. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co. Commercial Oeoartment OHONE 2010 DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say IT1 Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Maaonio Temple, Pensacola. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Pwmeoia CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,000 AMERICAN Detroit at Chicago. St. Louis at Cleveland. New York at Philadelphia. Washington at Boston. Prof. W. M. Tyler, of the Pensa cola high school has been chosen as Instructor on commercial subjects on the faculty . of the State University summer school for teachers, which will - . i convene at Gainesville June 16, , for an eight weeks session. Miss Helen Carter has been selected for service on the faculty of the Wom an's Colleee summer school, - which commences at Tallahassee on June 16. These two summer schools are con ducted by the state to assist those who desire to , take teacher examina tions and teachers who wish to im prove their standing. Credit is cer- tainlv reflected on the ; schools of Pensacola, that they are able to fur nish two intsructors for the faculties of the summer schools. NAVAL STORES gsai PENSACOLA. Pensacola, May 6. The spirit mar ket was firm at 68 & with sales of 140 casks. -4 Receipts, Casks. 1ITA DVPT tT7'DrDTC S & BBigISISfe3K!gg!ia53S Liverpool, May 6.- Cotton spot In fair demand; prices firm. Good middling, 1835; fully middling, 17.85; middling. 17.25; low 'middling, 15.70; good or dinary, 14.50; ordinary, 13.52. Sales 6,000 bales, including 5.600 bales Ameri can. ; Receipts 13,000 bales. Including 4,000 American. Futures closed quiet. May, 17.10; July, 16.62; September. 15.82; October, 15.41; January. 15.03; March, 14.86. , Today . 121 This month . 535 This season ......... 1,127 Shipments, Casks. Today 173 This month ............ 1,357 This season 8,272 Stocks, Casks. Today . ............... 27.595 April 1 ............... 34,740 Last Year 77 243 1,084 6 1,036 5,071 37,852 41,839 Chicago, . May 6. Corn No. 3 Velio w $1.681.69; No. yellow 1.69; No. 6 yellow nominal.! Oats: No. 3 nomi Jnal; No. 4, 1.60; barley, 1.121.21; timothy, S.0011.00; clover, nominal, i pork, nominal; lard. 33.60; ribs, 28.00tf$ 28.75. '' Potatoes arrivals 76 cars; old stock weaker; cralots. Northern white, bul'r and sacked $1.732.00; new stock firm; Florida Spaulding rose jobbing on-s 9.009.50 per barrel; Texas triumphs, 5.703.90 per bushel. ; OBJECTIONS TO SANITARY LAWS Are withdrawn Chris Thiesen, acting for the prop erty owners of the city, has with drawn his objections to the sanitary ordinance and has authorized the of ficials to install the required improve ments on his properties. This is interpreted by the commis sioners as virtually the withdrawal of all action against them, and In view of the changed ordinance they - are anticipating the reversal of the ver dict of the court restraining their Drosrress. All parties concerned are being congratulated on the happy end ing of this important issue. .y : , . - ,- . . . .. SSI LA MODE T22-124 ortJ Patafuc SXraat Ladies' Garments and Fine ' liSintry. 1JTHH BK3T PXACB TO SHOP ixm Try a pecsd of WAEFIELD'S Flume 153. "Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kafsfr. BEYNALDS SIUSIC HOUSE PnOTO X Kodak plnlshlna PIctura Framing Kodaks and Films Anaco Cuniru TV ThiSFtSnTMnmm - FQiaaryooad-oatm anri a modara CaSee SfapL Ssdt your friends where $ou are most IIfody to meet tbcm at The' Xexingtoij taxpj every comfort tad convenience known to modern hotel methods save one the cost of .the same.accommxxlztians in tibsjdiwu "town. -hotels. - 7Ztex& turn is fhe loadlns 'hotel ta Jiiztomabtle Rozoits garage. fwetKssxsodations cre-psrfact ana it is tSte jsmaux of snotar-toaists. RwBilentf of yvusxHtj, TtpamSing tsrwijte -zirt:t6aaz ham helped to zpake The yrrfngtDo one of the most tncccafol botch in Chicago and for this -we napfr them. "Yoa sre invited to wrke fen reservsiiona, or to wire our expense, with every asssrranco of serricc Irxtstate Hotel Company 4f 1 The rosin market was firm with sales of 722 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Today . 633 This month 1,782 This season .... 5,449 Shipments, Barrels. Today . This month ,185 This season 4,342 Stocks, Barrels. Today 50,938 April 1 49,837 Quotations were as follows: Closs X, WW 14.10 WG 14.00 N 13.85 M . 13.00 K . .....12.75 I - .....i. .11.55 H ....11.45 G . 11.35 F . ..11.25. E ..1120 I . .....11.15 B . .......................10.95 Last Year '284 1.143 6,202 611 4,063 .27,991 50,561 73,350 LIFT, OFF CORNS! Apply, few drops then lift sore, touchy corns off with fingers SAVANNAH. Savannah, May 6. The spirit mar ket was firm at 72 -73 with sales of 104 casks. - Receipts, Casks. Today . .... This season 365 3,105 Shipments, Casks. Today. . .... This season Today . April 1 ........ e .... 4,734 Stocks, Casks. ............. 22,220 24,293 Last Vear 200 2,616 3,339 23,570 24,095 The rosin market was firm with sales of 101 barrels. Receipts, Barrets. Today 1,070 , This season ........... 4,884 Shipments, Barrels. Today . 1,070 This season 12,310 Stocks, Barrels. Today 56,599 April 1 96,263 Quotations were as follows: WW. ............14.35 WG 14.25 Last Year 499 9,521 8,834 96,950 94,310 Doesn't hurt a bit ! Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, . instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, magic I A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but-a few cents at any drug store, but is suffi cient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone is the sensational discovery of a Cincinnati genius. It is wonderful. J.P.REMICH&SONS The Store That Satisfies" Remich's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 liil Coca-Cola is a perfect 11 irll answer to thirst that no Sjj iff I Imitation cafi satisfy. O pi lit! ' Coca-Cola quality, recorded Iff Ifil in the public taste, is what fljj mv holds it above imitations. Jul YY Demand the genuine by full name Mf tfilii m nICKnaIIJCB cucouiags ,uuiuiuuv, IfnM The CocA-CtoLA Co. fflf yWm " ATLANTA- GA- ' ymr i ' " ''-',:: f m ' , - I Mad Right w-, .g. f t'Pk " Taate Right lp V V i Better than mostf jpP 8sJ , -iimSl9r. Banded for your protection " XJ CJa FRANK REILLY CO. Distributers, Pensacola, Florida. - All Live Dealers Sell Them."-, N M H H G F E D B ........14.10 13.25 .....13.00 .....11.80 .....11.70 11.70 .....11.60 ..11.50 ......11.45 ......11.40 11.20 JACKSONVILLE. Jacksonville. May 6. The spirit mar ket was firm at 72 with sales of 426 casks. Receipts, Casks. Today . 342 This season 4,555 Shipments, Casks. Today . ............... 213 This season ............ 20,544 Stocks, Casks. Today 25,755 April 1 41,644 Last Year 70 5,203 7 10,615 51.777 57,213 The rosin market was firm with i sales of 1,222 barrels. Receipts, Barrels. Today 1,367 This season 14.744 Shipments, Barrels. Todsfy 1,500- This season , .... 16,393 Stocks, Barrels. Today .119,994 April 1 120,652 Last Ye r 345 14,801 219 34,363 158.663 178,236 QdCBD-V IP-D dB (B 0. y Wl ALL ...V 112 T OU E W it L Standard groceries, such as Ivory Soap ,Royal Baking Powder, Post Taosties, etc., are the same wherever you buy them. We sell standard brands you .know, for less. We have no one-day specials or jokers. Every day on every item you save money at Pig-gly Wigrgly. A Drew - Every. ODay Piriices Quotations were as follows: Close X, WW 14.50 WG 14.00 N 13.75 M . ...13.25 K . .......................13.00 11.65-75 H 11.50-55 G .11.35145 F . ..11.30-40 E . 11.25-35 D . 11.20-30 E ." 11.00 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. . SMe Peaches, No. 3 cans ......... .15c Stringless Beans, No. 2 cans, Mellow or Wrestler Brands ... . .14c Tomatoes, No. 1 cans 8c; No. 2 cans ..... . ... .12 1-2 Pen-Mar Brand Sugar Corn; No. 2 cans . . . . 13C Van Camp's pork and Beans, No. 1-2 cans, 7c, No. 1 cans 12c No. 1 1-2 cans 16c French Market Coffee and Chicory 14 oz. package 35c Marshmellow Cream, 1-2 pint jars 14c, 1 pint jars .26c Baker's Cocoa, 1-2 lb. cans .22c Royal Cocoa, 1-2 lb. cans ........ ,21c Hershey's Cocoa, 1-2 lb. cans .... .20c Baker's Chocolate, 1-2 lb. bars . . . . .21c American Sardines, per tin 7 1-2 Jiffy-Jell or Jello, per package 11c Jiffy or Jello Ice Cream Powder, per package 10c Fels-Naptha Soap, per bar ..6c Lighthouse or Star Naptha Washing Powder . . 4c Butter, Brookfield, per lb. 72c Atlantic Matches, 6 l-2c per pkg., Ohio Blue Tip, per box 5c Aunt Jemima Buckwheat flour . ...l?c Stobie's Buckwheat flour -12c Eagle, or Red, White and Blue Macaroni, Spaghetti and noodles .4 and 8c Brooms, 4 string 50c Ji 11 (SO Y WIG 16 North Palafox Stret