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JVe have just received a shipment of Auto
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2 Quarts . . ..... ...$5.00'
RIGHT AT RAYS , -
bv. ; WILLARD AND
Every detail of the ring battle be
tween Jess Wlllaxd and Jack Dempsay
for the world's heavy-weight title
will be given to the people of Pensa
co!a by The Journal
Tho Associated Press has arranged
a service direct to the ringside and
every happening will be told and re
layed to Fensacolians by The Jour
nal. : Early happening.' at the ringside
will be given, the result of the pre
liminaries and all the details.
The principal battle starts at 3
o'clock and the dope will begin to
come In at about that time.
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frimW 1 - -iirTfTtIV 11 nil' stanos quiets Ti meet
iliirl 1 In I I when wauRp rrw ght
BONIFAY TO TWIRL FOR LOCALS IN THE
GAME AGAINST FLORA THIS AFTERNOON
' Everything Is ready for the Pen-
aacola-Florala ball game at Maxent
, Park at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
The cars will start a through-schedule
' via the Belt Line at 1:30 o'clock and
It is expected that a big bunch of fans
will be on hand to see Ed Manning
ud his heavy hitters.
The grandstands have been roofed
and made water-proof so that should
a, little shower arrive the fans can
keep dry. One grandstand has been
reserved for the colored fans.
"Lefty" Bonifay and Julian Olsen
will be the battery for Pensacola and
. they make a paid, worth drawing to
Anytime. Bonifay has loafed a. week
v.cow and should be right for the aft
ernoon's sport. Olsen is always right
and Manning will have to pitch
to keep the former Tiger catcher from!
clouting the leather to the fence.
" Manning brings with him the fol- '
lowing players: Jones. Page, Bob Riley,
, C. Manning. H. Patrick. M. Riley. C.
I Patrick, Whitehurst, Cox, Proctor and
; James Laird will umpire this game,
he announced last night.
V a w v V- m awM
: ; FREE-FOR-ALL
T. T. Wentworth, Jr., will on Fri
day afternoon stage two bicycle nces
North Twelfth avenue. One race will
he ' for boys under sixteen years of
ago, and one for boys over sixteen.
, A - pair of high grade bicycle tires
will bo given as the first prize 'n the
large boys race. This prize was con
trUiyted by Walthour & Hood Co. A
bicycle light will be given as second
The first prize in the small boys
race will be a racing saddle given by
Tv T. "Wentworth. Jr.. and the second
prize is a set of bicycle tools given by
tho Frank Mossburg Co.
Races will take .place at 5 o'clock
and there will be no charge to enter
All boys are Invited to come out an 1
take part. . - -
Just as soon as you feel the effect of
the Malaria Germs after being bitten
by Malaria Mosquitoes, it is adviso
able to take GROVE'S TASTELEifs
chill TONIC to destroy the Germs
and remove the Impurities. Pleauc
to tar- 60c r bottle. Adv.
RIGHT ON THE CORNER;
JOURNAL'S PAGE OF
"ALL THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO FIT
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing Wrestling
DEMPSEY READY FOR THE BIG SCRAP
B THE PENNANT RACE M
L. & N. Shop ...... 3
Y. M. C. A.
35 , .
Little Rock ,
Chicago . .
Boston . . .
Philadelphia ....... 18
New York ...
Cleveland . . .
St. Louis ....
PANAMA CITY' IN
FAST BALL GAME
Panama City. July 3. The Escam
bia Woodmen defeated the Panama
City team here today 1 to 0 in nine
innings of the fastest ball . played In
th:s city this year " Rushlow held the
locals to three scattered hits while the
local twirler was found for six.
The score by innings: ' R H E
Pensacola .. 001 000 000 1 6 1
Panama City .000 . 000 000 0 3 3
Batteries for Pensacola Rushlow
Elebhsh Jcrzdry Cb.
Jeweters and OpticJzra
" Successors to .
112 S. Palafbx St. ' Plums 713
THE KOZY I CORNER
-. , v Agents for ' ...
Johnston's 1 Milwaukee Candies
The Appreciated Chocolates9
Clutter Music House
Fop Mora Than 23 Years
V Phone 15
114 Sooth Palafox Street
; ,10 South Palafox
:: Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 ,
When You. Think of Coal, Think
S GAMES TODAY. . m
M - - . ' ' OS
Mobile at Atlanta. V . . .
, New Orleans at Birmingham,
i . Memphis at Little Rock.
. Nashville at Chattanooga.
Boston at Brooklyn.
. New. York at Philadelphia.,
Chicago at Pittsburg.
SL Louis at' Cincinnati.
Detroit at Chicago.,'
St. Louis at Cleveland. -.
Washington at New York.
. . Philadelphia at Boston.
b is s a is k k ss a s ta si is si b b n
S , . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 5
. .. . SOUTHERN. .
Atlanta. 5; Mobile. 9.
Little Rock, 4; Memphis, 3.
Birmingham, 7; New Orleans. 3.
Chattanooga, 4; Nashville, 3.
" ; NATIONAL.
.Tostoh, Z';' Philadelphia, 2..
Pittsburg. 4 : Chicago, .1. -New
York, 3: Brooklyn, 6.
Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis, 1.
Washington, 1; New. York, 0.
Philadelphia, 2; Boston,. 8.
Sc. Louis, 1; Detroit, 3. .
Cleveland. 1; Chicago, 17.
IN KILLED ARE
OVER A MILLION
Paris; Wednesday. July 2 The total
French losses , In killed and missing
on land and sea, as officially estab
lished up to the day of the armistice,
November 11, 1918,; 'amounted to i,
366.235. , . .
' These figures were 'given the cham
ber of deputies today by Deputy Louis
Marin. In a report on the disposal of
the effects of missing men.
. The. losses of the French army were
1.089,700 killed and 265.800 missing, or
16.2 ' per cent of the , total mobilized
force of 8.410,000., '
The losses of the navy totalled 10,
735, of Which 5,521 were killed and 6,
214 are missing ' . ' ; .
JOURNAL. FRIDAY ttokntNG. JULY 4, 1'Jia
There ia cce so coca.'
Chero-CcU Botts- Worts.
3 CANS, 25c
Garden Cash Grocery
Qapdon and DevllUee '
Phono 2027 ' .
' Woat FloridaV Oldest Furniture
M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
. OFFICE FURRNITURE.
IS PLACED ON
MOST MONEY IS WAGERED IN
FREAK BETS MARQUIS OF
QUEENSBERRY RULES TO BE
.Toledo, Ohio, July 3. The meeting
of the principals and various officials
of the Willard-Dempsey championship
bout here tomorrow to decide upon the
rules to govern the contest, passed
without a hitch. It was decided that
Willard and Dempsey should box ac
cording to the Marquis of Queensberry
rules with the kidney punch and side
chop blow barred. In clinches they
may box to protect themselves until
the referee . orders them to break, at
which both must step back without
hitting in the breakaway. In all other
respects the same rules which have
governed the heavyweight champion
ship contests of the past will be in
. There were no changes made in the
personnel of the of ficials, nothlthstand-
Ing many rumors to the contrary. Ma
Jor Anthony JDrexel-Blddle of Phila
delphia will act as one- judge, while
Tex .Rlckard will serve In a similar
capacity. OUie Precord of this city
will be the referee with Jack Skelly as
alternate ready to take Record's place
In case the neoessity should arise. W.
Warren Barbour of New York will be
the official time keeper. The two
Judges will sit on opposite sides of the
ring and not together as originally
planped, this change being made at
the request of Dempsey's manager.
Those present at the conference were
Tex Rlckard, W. A. Gavin, represent
ing the board of boxing control; Jack
Kearns, manager of Dempsey; Referee
Pecord and a representative of the
- Betting on the outcome of the bout
has proved surprisingly light to date
notwithstanding the gathering of thou
sands of prospective ;:" spectators. It
was estimated this morning by one of
the foremost wagering commissioners
that there was not much more than
$10,000 in actual stakes in the hands
of the various betting concerns. He
explained this situation upon the theory
that while the adherents of the two
heavyweights were sharply divided in
their opinion . of the result, each con
tingent had too much respect for the
fistic ability of the rival contender to
lay heavily on the chances on their
In some quarters sentiment appeared
to be veering towards the champion
for while Dempsey backers were of
fering even money on the challenger
a day or two ago, they are now asking
that : Willard men lay ten to eight.
Even when these odds are granted the
switch does not result In any large
sums being' turned over to the stake
holders. -At the leading commission
er's quarters the blackboards are filled
with various v betting preparations
which have remained un taken with the
exception of a few freak bets "for aev-
. eral days. Some of these include 100
I .v V AAA TTTI11 M .
w fi,wu , iiicLi w nia.ro. aoes not last
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 the
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, O thine
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
one ounce needed for the worst case;
v Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double - strength Othine as til
strength is sold under guarantee of
money back' if it fails to remove the
three rounds; flOO to $50 that W Ward
does not respond t otho cll
seventh round. In the pari mutuol bet
ting, tho heaviest play is behng made
on the seventh and lhth rounds,
while Deinpsey is almost a 2 to 1 fav
orite, according to the number of tick
ets sold, on the result should tho bout
go tho full twelve rounds. .
, With, their , training rlnd ended
"Willard and his youthful challenger
planned to spend today In .complete
rest. ' The. champion planned a motor
ride nit otho country this afternoon to
escape the eyes of the curious, and go
to bed early tonight.
JL brisk walk was the program for
Deinpsey this morning. : Jack Kearns,
manager of the challenger, planned to
take him on a motor spin tnrouga me
countrty ' this afternoon to keep his
mind off the contest and also to avoid
the crowds which have flocked to the
challenger's camp 'In 'ever-Increasing
numbers. " '- ;:
- Nashville. ' Teniu- July J. Rexford
B. Peters killed Sheriff Stevens, of
Williamson county, last Friday night,
according to the authorities here, who
said Donald Vorhles, arrested with
Peters , and", brought here today for
safe keeping, had given them a state
ment , to that " effect after their ar
rival Peters, officials said, later col
lapsed In his cell.
- Both of the men, who are about 20
years old. were in a buggy with the
sheriff, who. it. Is understood, had
them under arrest for a minor in
fraction of the law. According to the
alleged statement of Vorhles, he had
fallen asleep In the buggy and was
awakened by a shot. He then heard a
second shot and could distinguish the
sheriffs face by the flash mar by
the gun. i
The fathers of both Vorhles and
Peters - visited Governor Roberts at
the state capital ; this morning and
thanked him lor taking precautions
to guard their sons from threatened
mob violence.. . Both of the prisoners
are 21 years old. - Peters ' collapsed
in his cell just before his father vis
ited him there. t
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
"YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. OR YOUR
- MONEY BACK"
29 8f uth Palafox Street. Phono 789
' ' ' "
Of Pens ota - '
CAPITAL STOCK Paid In $900,000
Fine Shoe Repairing
111 North Palafox. Phone 416
feiraacola Launch & Ma
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
WilUrd 8torage Batteries and Re
pairs of all Make
Ttvo 8ets Marine Ways Machine
8hop In Oanweetion.
Mayes' Printing: Co.
17-19 W. Government
Phone 181 -
Owens' Grocery and Market
The Best of All Kinds of
Groceries, Chickens, Eggs,
..All Kinds j of Country Produce
Corner Belmont and DevUUer.
Full Weight and Best of Price
READY TO WEAR STORE
Ladies' Suits. Dresses. 8kirts Blouses,
Hosierv and Hats.
Also fine Shoe Repairing. ,
82 East WrigM. Phone 44L
i Send Your Old Shoes to .
West End Shoe Store
For P-t Neatest Work in
Renairs. All Wnrk Gaaranteed
321 North DeVinier Street.
. - Phone 2032
FRED C. WATTE
THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN1
915 American Bank Bldj.
LET STEVE FIX 'EM
He Knows How
ROYAL SHOE SHOP
-Let Us Make Yon Mais
: ; Good With a Koii-T
REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
The Parlor Marlset
"Hems Alt Tfs Furs
Fresh Western Mests
POULTSJV, COOS AND OMEN
.;; : ihe
Truck or Team Service i
16 North Palafox.
All Kinds Fresh Meats
- and Groceries
ALL NEW STOCK
LADIES READY - TO - WEAR
Belmont and Devilliers Streets
BALKCOM DRUG CO
"THE PRESCRIPTION STOrtE"
Phone 19 or 123
Consolidated Gro. Co.
Notice to Ice Consumers
Our wagons are equipped wtth scale
nd consumers will ( lease exact correct
weight and report any discourtesy of
drive. to offlf. Pbones S9 rr tS9.
SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
' Suecessor to
PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY
London Woolen Mills
Made to Your Individual Order
1W Setttfi aUr Strast
YOUR FALL SUIT
Reliable Tire Repair Shop
Tire Reoalrlng and Steam ;
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Out of Town Work Solicited.
SO East Garden Street.
PURITY ICE CREAM
Made of Pure Cream ajtd
Fresh Fruit Juices.
Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781
Always the latest
records in stock.
, for f aoe massage.
"A GOOL ilrtUG STORE
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
Fhe Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
rORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO.
117-119 W. Garden St.
Automobile Supplies sm1 Accessories.
, PHONE 949
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
1 SeL.th aiafav
The Meyer Shoe Cc.
, If It's New Yea
Will Find It Her
9 and 11 South Palafox Street
PAL ACE CAFE
Under New Management
Everything Good to Est. CookeH Right
Let Us nenoTMte Year Old
Pensacola Mattreja Co,
; 940-948 E. Itomona St
Millinery and Rcady-to-Wear
K'erth Palafox, Just Abeve lata
Ask for the Union Label
On Year Sign
Wrighton the Sign Man
11 E. Intendenda
NORMAN A. COX
Sheet Metal Worker
510 South Palafox Street
What I Say I'll Do, I
Second Floor. Maoonlo Temple,
Moops Old Stanfl
327-29 South Paiafox Sa,
T. E. Williams & Co.
30 E. Wright. Phone 1995
Kodak Pinlshing Picture Framing
Kodak and Films Anaoo Cameraa
,12.124 South Palafox Street
Ladies Garments and Fine
"THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP
The CENTRAL PHARMACY
"In the Heart of Pensacola"
The Home uf
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 PHONES 178
1889 Phones 1890
1221 N. Davis Street.
Williams Transfer Co.
"Our Business Is Moving"
All Kinds of Hauling.
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
4 S. Uaylen street " Phone 34S
EXIDE BATTERY AND
O RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR OYS
PEPSIA. TAKE A
Before and Aft
er Each Meal..
2R Cents Box
UEED'S "BETTER BREAD"
For Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORES
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Streets
Pensacola's Representative Store
The Banking & Sayings
THft UPTOWN OANK
Ofljy Treat Cempaaj n Wast
WE BUY AND bELL
Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders. Shippers
' 07-n East lntendcccia Street
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