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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL RTDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1919.
B
E PUBLIC!
JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
AH THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO FIT"
Baseball Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling
C B S H B B I K"'JH B B SBSfSlj;
1 MARKET REPORTS
THE SMILE WORE OFF RICK'S FACE
IN THE STERNER GAME OF WAR
b s a
NAVAL STORES
NOTICE
TO TH
SB K H H H 83 H IS H B B H B 8 B 1
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AS GEN. PERSHING
Eddie Rlckenbacher, probably most
famous of the American aces, alway-J
smiled whether winning or losing,
when he was a racing driver. ' But
'when he became an aviator and began
M S M
it' ,
'J!
Si'
Side Line Dope.
' S S I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I
. This afternoon the Knights of Co
lumbus play the L. & N. Shop team
at the East Hill grounds. The game
should furnish lots of sport as the'
learns are evenly matched and full '
of "pep."
The well known V loan is over. Tex
Richard will now concentrate on rais
ins? enough money to float the July 4
fisticuffs. .
yjneent is only 16, so maybe he'll
le able' to outgrow the disgrace of
being called a professional.
O
If a fellow inherits plenty of money
a ml never need work for. a living they'll
never call him a professional.
The early bird catches the worm,
hut the trouble is, since the clocks
moved up, the worms sleep so much
later than the early birds.
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, J THE PENNANT RACE J
SOUTHERN.
! ' t V. L. Pet.
j, i New Orleans ......... .17 7 -70S
Birmingham ....17 11 .630
Nashville . ......14 12 .533
! Little Rock ........ ....11 11 .500
r Mobile . 13 15 " .464
VAtlanta. 12 14 .462
J Chattanooga ' '. ......... .10' 14 .417
(-..Memphis .6 18 2.50
NATIONAL. 1
; j ' . w. Lu pet.
j New York .....14 5 .727
I Cincinnati. 14 8 .636
Brooklyn 12 ' 7 .632
' CThicago .........11 11 .500
i j Pittsburg . ...11 10 , .523
i Philadelphia 7 10 .412
!; I ..St. Louis . ......... 6 15 . .286
t ' fcoston . 4 13 .235
AMERICAN.
V.
Chicago . .............117
-Cleveland . 14
New York . ,, ......10
L.
6
8
6
Pet.
.739
.636
.6-25
.477
.474
.421
.364
)
St. Louis . .10 11
Boston 9 10
Washington. 8 11
Detroit 8 14
Philadelphia 4 14
(f'can f ouch yoo
You can wear PARIS
GARTERS cext to your
skin, thoroughly content
that they are made under
clean, sanitary, condi
tions by healthy, well-cared-f
or workers.
A STEIN & COMPANY
IT PAYS TO SAY DISTINCTLY:
Li -rx
AS THE
AC J.
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sending down enemy planes he forgot
his smile." Perhaps he'll get it back
when he gets busy as referee of the
500-mile Victory sweepstakes at In
dianapolis, May 31. '
"i FAMOUS PLAYERS
s - a
glllgB SI'tfJSSIIIlI
FERD M. SCHUP?.
f Ferdinand M. Schupp, pitcher, was
born at Louisville, Ky in 1889. lie
is 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weighs 190
pounds andbata and throws right
handed. He played with Lancaster in
1910, Newark in 1911-12-13. and was
sold to Brooklyn in August, 1913. He
played with the Dodgers until August
26, 1916, when he was sold to the
Giants with whom he has since played.
Schupp played excellent ball in 1917
but was absolutely useless in 1918.
It is believed that he will stage " a
come-back this season.-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
. SOUTHERN.'
At Atlanta, 5; Little Rock,. 2. !
At New Orleans, 2; Chattanooga, 1.
At Birmingham, 2; Memphis, 1, first
game; Birmingham, 4; Memphis, 3,
second game.
At Mobile, 6 ; Nashville, 7.
NATIONAL.
All games postponed, rain.
AMERICAN.
At Chicago, 1 ; New York, 0.
At St. Louis, 5; Washington, 4.
At Detroit, 6; "Boston, 3.
At Cleveland, 3; Philadelphia, 2.
GAMES TODAY.
SOUTHERN.
Chattanooga at New Orleans.
Little Rock at Atlanta.
Memphis at Birmingham.
Nashville at Mobile.
NATIONAL.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
' AMERICAN.
New York at Chicago.
"Washington at St Louis.
Boston at Detroit.
Philadelphia 'at Cleveland.
LET STEVE FIX 'EM
He Knows How
ROYAL SHOE SHOP
rensacola .Launch & Ma
chine Co.
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
WilUrd Storage Batteries and Re
pairs of all Make
Batteries
Two Set Mann Waye Machine
Shop in Connection.
Williams Transfer Co.
"Our Business Moving"
An Kinds of Hauling:.
PHONE 2099.
The CENTRAL PHARMACY
"In the Heart of Pensacola"
The Home of
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 PHONES 178
.
Pensacola, May 22, 1913..
Receipts Casks
' Last
Today. ...;......... 143
This month 2,581 .
This season 3,173 -
Shipments, Casks
Today . ............... 473
This month ........... 4,506
This season 11,421 -
Stocks, Casks
Today . 26,492
April 1 , i ....... . 34,740
Receipts, Barrels.
" Last
Today . 842
This month ) 8-302
This season 11,969
: Shipments Barrels.
Today . 200
This month ........... 6,270
This season 10,427
Stocks, Barrels.
Today . 51,373
April 1 ............... 49,837
Quotations were as follows:
Close
X, WW .". .14.10
WG . ................ . ....13.90
N . .....13.75
M . .13.00
K . ........12.75
I. H . ..'..11.40
G . 11.30
F . ............ .......11.20
E . .............11.15
I . 11.10
B 10.75
Year
16
1,486
2,119
291
3,585
7,697
36,361
41,839
Year
61
5,250
8,573
473
11.646
35,330
46,593
73,350
JACKSONVILLE
Savannah. May 22. The spirit mar
ket was firm at 79 with sales of 117
casks. '
Receipts, Cask.
Last Tear
Today ................ 667 146
This season ........... 5,962 4,781
Shipments, Casks
Today .
This season
196
683
7,196
21,873
24.093
7,279
Stocks, Casks.
............ 16,989
,.; 24,293
Today .
April 1
The rosin market was steady with
sales of 483 barrels.
Rsceipls, Barrelv
Today . 241 35S
This season ........... 11,257 18,077
Shipments, Barrels
Today ; 661 3.628
This season ........... 15,950 21,895
Stocks, : Barrels. .
Today . ..... 56,480 92.345
April 1 .. 96,263 94,370
Quotations were as follows:
' Close
WW
WG
N .
M .
...13.25
...12.85
...12.70
. .12.45
,...12.20
...11.15
...10.95
...10.80
...10.75
...10.70
.. .10.65
e
Tw
i
H " m m m
G, F . .
E
D . ....
B . ...
SAVANNAH
Jacksonville, May 22. The spirit
market was firm at 77 with sales of
13 casks.
" Receipts, Casks.
Last Year
Today.... 291 26T
This season ....... 9,268 9,790
Shipments, Cask .
Today . 4 205
This season ............ 33,674 14,712
Stocks, Casks.
Today ..... 17.238 52,297
April 1 41.644 57.219
The rosin market was steady with
sales of ,770 barrels.
Receipts, Barrels.
Last Yea
Today ............. 991 597
This season 30,578 27,427
Shipments, Barrels.
Today . 1,000 1.726
This season .... 26,252 47,871
Stocks, Barrels.
Today . ..124,978 157.789
April 1 ...... . ..... .120,652 178,236
Quotation, were as follows:
X WW . . ......13.10-15
WG i ...12.85
N . ..............12.60
M ......12.35
K i..:. 12.10-15
I ........................11.00-05
H . 10.85 :
G ..............10.80
'F . ...10.70-75
B . ..'...'..................10.65
D . ..10.60
B . ...........10.55
FRECKLE-FACE
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots.
How to Remove Easily. ,
Here's a chance, .Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with tho
guarantee of a reliable concern that it
will . not cost you a penny unless it
removes the freckles;" while if it does
give you a clear complexion the ex
pense is trifling. . - ;
Simply get an ounce , of Othine
double strength from any druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beauti
ful complexion. Rarely is more than
oneounce needed for the worst ' case.
t Be Sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength Othine as this strength
is sold under guarantee of omney
back if it fails to remove freckles.
Adv. ....
- New York, ; May 22. Cotton futures
opened firm. May.' 30.50; July, : 29.E0; ,
October, 27.95; December. Z7.51; January,
27.20. . , . I
- . , ... . . V HJTn , QA PA
voiion close a very sieaay .
July, . 30.01; October, Z8.8; December,
28.45; January, 28.30.
New Orleans, May 22.-Cotton futures
nmn1 hIi- n 91 .Tulv. 29.31:
October, 27.26; December, 26.93; January, '
26.65. . ... . . i
Spot cotton steady, 50 points up. : Sales 1
on tne spot 2,448; to arrive i,tuu omea.
Low " middUngr, 25.63; middling, 30.38;
igood middling, 31.38. Receipts, 6,52-';
stock, 423,321. ' ;
Liverpool, May 22. Cotton spot 'in in
creased demand, - prices higher. Good
middling, 19.65; fully janlddllnf 19.13; mia
uling, 18.55: low middling. 17.00; good or
dinary, 14.35; ordinary, 14.82. Sales 1E,
000 bales, including 1,500 American. Re
ceipts 6,000 bales including 6,300 Amer
ican. Futures closed steady. May, 18.89;
July. 18.37; September, 17.48; October,
17.08; January, 16.46; March, 16.26. ;
" New York, May 22. There was a sen
sationally rapid and excited advance in
the cotton market here today with all
deliveries making new high records of ;
heavy general buying. July sold at, 30.32 j
early in the afternoon and October- at .
9.10, or approximately 5 .to $6.65 per j
bale above the closing price of last hight.
Trade interests were reported large buy
trs for domestic spinners, while a good
foreign demand also was reported for
both futures and spot cotton in the south.
The spot sales officially reported in Liv
erpool for the day were the - largest for
any one day Bince the begining of the
war, amounting to 15,000 bales and the
advance also was promoted by reports
that there had been too much rain and
unfavorable crop, conditions in the. soutn.
The advance was checked "by realizing
around 29.10 for October, or about 100 to
131 points above last night's closing fig
ures on the general list. Reactions ot
some 30 to 40 points followed with the
market rather unsettled during the mid
dle of the afternoon.
Chicago Grain and Provlsciona.
j CORN
I July . . .
Open
Close
1.64 3-4
l.8 1-4
.68 1-8
.64 1-2
1.65 1-8
1.58 l-V
.68 1-2
.63 3-4
Wept. . . .
OATS ,
July . . .
Sept. . . .
FORK
May . i
5.1.90
49.83
31.12
30.82
27.40
27.10
T.ARD
July . . . 31.05
Sept. 30.70
I RIBS
July 27.40
Sept. . ...
Ohioaero. May 22. Corn: No. 3 yellow.
181S1.82; No. 2 yellow, 1.80: No. 5 yellow
romina.. Oats: No. 2 white, 707t;
standard 7171 3-4. Rye; No. 2, 1.53 1-2;
barley, 1.231.29; timothy. 9.0012.00;
clover nominal, rork .nominal; lard.
33.90; ribs. 28.0028.75. : .
Will C. Dif f enderf er
JewelerOptician
14 South Palafox Street .
AUTOS
FOR HIRE
With or Without Drivers.
SEE BOB
BOB'S
TAXI
19 EAST GARDEN STREET
PHONE 333 v
FISHER-BROWN
We Will Bond You.
918 Phones 919
I '; - - v ' - r - I '
i. - . - M ; AMERICAN NATIONAL ;
- ' ' BANK . x
f, y9 pPglff Of Pensaoola
Mft I VP&iLSy CAPITAL STOCK Paid- in $500,000
eottaiujira aiS .
"The Home of Good Service" Q)C
Merchants' Lunch, 35c rod.k F,nl.hnfl - Picture Framing
214 South Palafox Street ttodk" FI'W, Anaoo Camera,
- i ii i E. B. Hoffman & Son
Dr. Saunders has returned SELXJNG OUT
to the rltv Best Gods, Lowest Prices.
o tne t. 5 East Gregory. Phone 825
FURNITURE Pencola Electric Co.
90 E. Wright. Phie 1995 cmZo!l?m'"
The Florida State. Association for graduate nurses
wishes the public to know that they are responsible for no
other graduate nurses' registry in Pensacola except the
one at the' Pensacola Hospital.
We, the undersigned nurses register only at the Pen
sacola Hospital: Misses Rafferty, Gahlenbeck, Burpee,
Bergin, Harrison, Skotsky, Riley, Weiland, Green, J erue
gan, Jordan, Worden, Lownsberry, Sister Nellie, Mrs.
Akerberg.
According to the ruling of the State Association there
has been a definite price fixed for graduate nurses which
is $28.00 a week, single duty (or twelve hours), 35.00 a
week for double duty (any time over twelve hours is con
sidered double duty.) 5.00 for only one day's duty. In
case of extra patients there is an extra charge of 10.00
per week for each.
MRS. ED. G. QUINA,
MARSTON & QUINA
West Florida's' Oldest Furniture
House ; "-
M'K EE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
OFFICE FURRNITURE.
FRED C. WAITE
THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN
. 915 American Bank Bldg.
Phone 912.
INGRAM OPTICAL CO.,
WE GRIND OUR
OWN LENSES
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
LOUIS D. ROBINSON
. 209 Thieson Bldg.
SIGNS
Show Cards and Slides
Always the latest
records in stock.
PALACE
JEWELRY CO.
WOOD WOOD
Escambia Wood Yard
WE HAVE IT
The Kind That Burns
$1.50 and $2.00 a load
D'ALEMBERTE'S
PEROXIDE CREAM
for face maosage.
Phone 109
"A GOOi mOJG STORE
WHIDDEN'S DRUG STORE'
Now located at
315 S. Palafox St.
' Phone 524
A Complete Line Drugs and
Druggist Supplies..
FALK'S
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear
K'erth Palafox. Juet Above Ids
..Theatre
"EVERYTHING IN DRUGS"
HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D.
"Only the Best"
212 South Palafox Street 1 Phone 846
ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
The business world wants expert help. Let us train you.
Pan American College
PHONE 51 274-289 BRENT BUILDING
AUDITS COST SYSTEMS
R. T. RAINES
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla.
McCaakill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
INCOME TAX REPORTS . EFFICIENCY ENGINEER
"WHITE HICKORY"
; and
"CONSOLIDATED"
FARM WAGONS
Consolidated Gro. Co.
BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO.
117-119 W. Garden St.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
? Agents foi.'
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle.
Ask for the Union Label
On Your Sign
Wrighton the Sign Man
11 E. Intendencia "
PURITY ICE CREAM
Made of Pure Cream aad
Fresh Fruit Juices.
Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781
JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON
: Painting, Paperhanging and,
Decorating
16 West Government Street
Phone 534
FORCHEIMER'S
PA SHI ON SHOP
f - .
..-Th 8t0re 1or Women"
tXC.LUSIVF SHOP FOR READY.TO.
. WEAR AND MILLINERY
ECONOMY STORE
"Teach Your $ Cents"
Opp. Plaza Park,
South Palafor.
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson, Dealer
19 W. Garden Phone 1914
Reliable Tire Repair Shop
Tire Repairing and Steam
Vuleanizina
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Out of Town Work Solicited.
30 East Garden Street:
NORMAN A. COX
Sheet Metal Worker
510 South Palafox Street
Phone 413
B ALKCOM DRUG CO
THE PRESCRIPTION 8TORE"
Phone 19 or 123
PALACE CAFE
Under New Management
Everything Good to Eat, Cooked Right
STEPHEN CLEOTELIS
Proprietor
THE
MORGAN-TH0RS0N
Transfer Company
Truck or Team Service
Phone 710
London Woolen Mills
Made to Your Individual Order
117 South PaUfex trt
YOUR FALL SUIT
$15 !3T
Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
FINE COFFEES
107-11 East Intendencia Street.
PENSACOLA, FLA.
The Parlor Market
"Home of All That' Pure"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRV, EGGS AND GREEN
GROCERIES
17V PHONES 1T4
20 S. PALAFOX ol.
"BETTER CLOTHES'
16 North Palafox.
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Agent
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
-YOUR MONEV8 WORTH, OR YOUR
MONEY BACK" "
29 South PaUfex Street. Phone 79
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