THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL -FRIDAYMORNING, MAY 9, 1919.
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JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
"ALL THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO 'FIT"
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling
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twHemember when the Candy League
played in Pensacola. '
- Whitman's team won the pennant
iV-wo years In succession.
-r,;Antf Norris Candy trimmed White
. , Them was the hanny days.
" ''Imagine eighteen ercited Frenchmen
;Tpuirg with an umpire'
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Bonifay struck ont eJshl Aviators
.hM Sunday, He works pga'n tomor-
IhrtEnslpn Al Evans has gone away, but
5$,ief. Henderson will brin? a Strong
i arn to Maxent Park tomorrow.
?"T. T. Went worth's bicycle- riders
'lTbowed. Jots of speed yesterday. Willie
j -Stearns is captain of Iho local club,
' tnd Morris Johnson is secretary.
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V,(lThe Country Club golf links are
iusy these days. Many of the offi
cers at the naval station turn in fine
i Some of the best scores are turned
'"it by the women golfers.
Tennis is popular in town and at.
tae naval station. The officers have
., Kme warm sets at the Base Hospital
j -- New York at Brooklyn.
.!e Boston at Philadelphia,
i", St. Louis at Pittsburg.
f Cincinnati at Chicago.
Detroit at St. Louis.
"Chicago at Cleveland.
.Washington t-t Cleveland.
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
1 FAMOUS PLAYERS
EDWAflD T. COLLINS.
Edward 1 Collins, second baseman
was born at. Mlllertown, N. Y., May
2, 1887. He is 5 ft. 10 inches tall,
weighs 165 pounds, bats left and throws
Collins played ball at Columbia Col
lege in 1904-05-06 and also played
semi-pro ball in New York and New
Jersey in 1905-06. lie joined the Phila
delphia Athletics in the fall of 1909
under the name of Sullivan. Collins
remained with the Athletics until 1914
when he was sold to Chicago where
he has since played.
He fielded .974 in 9C games and hit
.276 last year.
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THE PENNANT RACE g
W. L. Pet.
Little Rock 8 4. .667
New Orleans 7 5 .583
Birmingham ..8 1 .533
Atlanta 7 7 .500
Chattanooga 5 7 .417
Mobile 3 7 .300
Brooklyn 8 2 .800
Cincinnati 10 3 .769
New York 6 4 .600
Chicago 7 5 .583
Pittsburg 5 6 .455
Philadelphia ... 4 6 .400
St. Louis 3 11 .214
Boston . 2 8 .200
W. . L. Pc,t.
Chicago ; 8 'Z .727
Boston 7 4 .636
New York 6 4 .600
Cleveland 6 5 : .543
Washington 6 6 .500
St. Louis 4 5 .444
Detroit 3 8 .273
Philadelphia 3 8 .273
At New Orleans, 6; Atlanta, 0.
At Chattanooga, 6; Little Rock, 4.
At Mobile, 2 ; Birmingham, 7. ;
At Chicago, 0; Cincinnati, 1.
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The Hartford (Ala.) Courant is im
pressed with the prosperity of Flor
ida. It says: .
"The Florida newspapers and the
Florida farmers are already rejoicing
at their good fortune before the farm
ers of the north have begun to plant,
for these people in Florida have al
ready harvested a fine winter crop. In
the west the long suffering and Sun
baked farmer raises corn and wheat
which are shipped east, at considerable
expense, to the consumer. The Flor
ida people find things so arranged
that they can not only sell their pro
ducts, but their climate as well and
also persuade the consumers to come
to their doors at their own expense
and pay their 'board while-consuming
the products and enjoying the cli
mate." ' -
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J Weather Report. g
Banded for your protection
All Live Dealers Everywhere Sell Them.
FRANK REILLY CO. Distributers, Pensacola, Florida.
(Compiled for the Journal by
Weather Bureau Office.)
Pensacola, Fla., May 10, 1919.
Moonrise, 3:59 p. m.
Moonset, 3:15 a. m.
Next phase of the moon, full moon,
High tide, 7:57 a, m
Low tide, 7:06 p. m.
7 a. m., 65.
. 7 p. m., 71.
Mean same date last year, 74.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
Highest of record for May, 93 de
grees. Lowest of record for May, 44 de
For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0.34.
Total for this month to 7 p. m.,
Normal for May, 2.68 inches.
Accumulated excess this year to date,
8 a. m., 95.
1 p. in., 91.
8 p. m.t 90.
7 a. m., 29.95.
7 p. m., 29.94.
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GAMEL cigarettes win smokers from
the start because the expertly blended
choice Turkish and choice Domestic to
baccos make possible Camel's delightful
mellow-mildness with that all-there "body."
Camels meet your fondest cigarette fancies
in so many ways. Their flavor is unusual
and refreshing; arid, they permit you to
smoke as long as you will without any
unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleas
ant cigaretty odor. They're simply a ciga
rette delight ! That's the way you'll put jt !
You'll find Camels good all the way
through. It is a fact, youll prefer Camels
expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight! And, Camels may be
smoked liberally without tiring your taste.
To know Camels, best compare them in
every possible test with any cigarette in
the world at any price !
18 cents a package
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tificMlIv cmM paoJkaiea, or ton pacje
tm iSOO caraftoa) in a glmmman-papar-ceraracf
carton. Wm mtrongly
racommand thim carton ibr thm horn
or ofitca stippjy or rftan yoo trmnL
R. J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
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Pensacola. Fla... May 9. The spirit
market was firm at 69 H with sales of
This month ........... 771
This season .....1,363
This month 1,878
This season ........... 8.793
April 1 34,740
Two Uses at Once
from Single Sockets
Two-Way Plufes can oe screwed into
your electric lifcht sockets, giving two
outlets in place of one. Ufa both outlets .
for li&ht, or one for li&ht and the other
for heat or power.
Wonderfully convenient for ironing,
toasting, percolating coffee, operating
sewing machine or connecting any appli
ance without removing the light. Every
home needa three or more.
3 for $352, each
Sold by ...
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC CO.
The rosin market was firm with
sales of 514 barrels.
Today .; 08
This month 2.542
This season 6.209
Today . 531
This month 866
This season 5,023
Today . 51,017
April 1 .. 49,837
Quotations were as follows:
X. WW 114.10
WG . ...13.90
K . ........12.75
I. H . 11.40
Savannah, May 9. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 734 with sales of
This season 3,384
This season 4,761
Today . 23,057
April 1 24,293
The rosin market was firm with
sales of 1,141 barrels.
Off WomjBsD ILemjgjttlhieini
. ej UJ WUi U LL.UUVL
you must shorten your wor
ries. Have your eyes exam
ined and get glasses that will
stop those headaches. - :
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The Home of ReliableGoods. 14 South Palafox Street.
Today 569 865
This season 5.189 . 10,922
Today 300 1.801
This season 12.312 10,838
Today 57,171 96.347
April 1 96,263 94,310
Quotations were as follows:
WG 14.15 .
N . 14.00 '
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New Tork, May 9. Cotton futures
May ..'..T 28.20
Cotton closed steady:
July ....................... i.... 26.90
New Orleans, May 9. Cotton futures
opened Bteady. . - "
May ........................... 27.50
pot cotton, steady and unchanged.
Sales on the spot, 3,281 -bales; to ar
rive, 2,235 bales. Low middling, 22.88;
middling, 27.63; good middling, 28.63.
Receipts, 5,033; stock, 393,493 bales.
Liverpool, May 9. Cotton spot In
fair demand, prices higher. Good mid
dling, 18.29; fully middling, 17.79; mid
dling, 17.19; -low middling, 15.64;, good
ordinary, 13.99; ordinary. 13.46.
Sales, 3,000 bales, including 4,500
American; receipts, 1,000 bales, includ
ing 900 American." .
Futures closed steady.
May V 17.14
July -. .; 36.55
Liverpool, May 9. Weekly cotton
statistics: Total forwarded to. mills,
68,000 bales; American, 53,000. Stock
553,000; American, 356,000; imports,
27,000; American, 5,000; exports, 5,500.
New York, May 9. The cotton mar
ket opened firm at an advance of
22 to 38 points today, with July sell
ing at 26.75 and October at 24.95 in
response "to higher cables and contin
ued wet weather in the south. There
was foreign buying of new crop de
liveries and considerable local cover
ing on the advance, which was en
couraged also by bullish reports from
the good trade and yarn markets. The
market met a good deal of realizing,
however, and there were reactions of
10 to 15 points from the best during
the early trading. '
Offerings seemed to be well taken
on the early decline and the market
turned firm late in the morning on
covering by recent sellers and contin
ued buying for foreign and domestic
trade account. "July sold up from 26.63
to 26.80 and October from 24.76 to
25.05, or 35 to 38 points net higher.
Nsw York, May 9. Butter steady;
receipts, 10,288 tubs; market for firsts,
Eggs, firm; receipts, 32,107 cases;
southern firsts, 44 l-245 1-2. .
Cheese, steady; receipts, 3,176 boxes;
average run, 32 c. -u ,
Poultry alive, dull; broilers, 5570c.
Fowls, 3536; turkeys, 25c; dressed.
steady; broilers frozen, 4552; chick
ens frozen, 3 94 3; fowls, 3137; tur-
Truck or Team Service
EXIDE BATTERY AND
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
4 S. Baylen street Phone 348
A few months ago. the Italians
named - a street in Rome "Wilson
street," in honor of our president.
Week before last .they, became angered
with. Mr. Wilson and changed the
name of , the street to Fiume street,
says the Ocala Banner. Wednesday
the United States loaned Italy fifty
million dollars. If Mr. Wilson was as
childish as the averaere EUroDean
statesman, he would " have shut that
Corn Open Close
July 1.611-2 1.63 1-4
Sept 1.54 1-2 1.55 1-8
July 68 - 68
Sept. 65 1-4 64 7-8
July 50.50 50.50
July '.. . 31.80 31.67
Sept. 31.40 31.35
Ribs ' . : ' '
July 27.85 : 27".72 -
St. Louis, May 9. Poultry and eggs,
unchanged. Butter, creamery, 57.
St. Louis, May 9. Corn No. 4, white,
1.69; July, 1.66 3-8; oats No. 3, white.
71: July. 69. 1
Chicago, May 9. Corn: No. 3, yel
low, 1.721.75; No. 4, yellow; 1.71g!
1.72; Np. 5, yejlow, nominal. Oats: No.
3 White, 6970; standard, 6970 3-4.
Rye: No. 2, 1.581.62. Barley, 1.12
1.18. Timothy, 8.00$11.00; clover,
nominal; pork, nominal; lard, 33.25;
W. J. Grimlar, single, to B. P. Den
nis, Feb. 28, 1916, $550.00. NW 1-2 of
NW 1-4, section 15, township 5, north;
range 33, west.
(Patent) United States to James S.
Seals. Dec. 17, 1906, Lot 1. section 1,
township 5, north; range 34, west.
Vacuum Tanks, Horns and
, 19 East Garden Street
DRS. CREWS & PARKER, DENTISTS
204 1-2 South Palafox St. (Over Fisher Rental Agency)
' " Telephone 886
Gold Crowns. .$5.00 and $6.00
Plates . . ... $10 and up
Amalgam Filings 50c and $1
' Porcelain Fillings. ; . .$1 to $2
Bridge Work. . $5.00 and $6.00
AH Work Guaranteed.
Office Hours 8:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 1.
Thi Store That R.i;.C..
Remlch's - Grocery Snfair, 1
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Pensacola Electric Co "
v THE 8PECIALIST
What I Say HI Do, I
Second Floor, Masonic Temoln.
CAPITAL STOCK P,id ln $500,000
. LA MODE
122.124 South Palafox Stitet
Ladies' Garments and Fine
"THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP -AFTER
Just Try a Pound or
' Let Us Make You Make
Good With a Kodak."
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
Kodak Finishing Picture Framinj
Kodak and Filma Ansco Camera
LOUIS D. ROBINSON
209 Thieson Bldg.
Window and Slides
78 E. Wright St. . Phone C76
E. B. Hoffman & Son
Best Goods, Lowest Prices.
57 East Gregory. Phone 823
REED'S "BETTER BREAD
For Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORE3
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
PalafoT nnd Gregory Streets
: J.889 Phones 1890
1221 N. Davis Street.
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson. Dealer
19 W. Garden. Phone 1914
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
READY TO WEAR STORE
Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. B!ouet.
Hosiery and Hats.
Also fine Shoe Repairing.
82 East Wright. phon8
Pensacola's Representative Store
Fine Shoe Repairing
111 North Palafox. Phone 416
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palafox Straet
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