V THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1919.
WRIGHT'S SCHOOL SAID TO BE
LIGHTER THAN PENSACOLA
HIGH AND TO LACK EXPERI
ENCE. jToMIe. Oct. 24. (Special) Out
l'.ed In every department, and out
.o!nfp1 In experience, the Wright's
l,h "'! eleven enters the game with
fcns.iccla High tomorrow afternoon
Vltil tullO PUU3 LU CAtxyi O. j
tfniiincd spirit of fight that has car
ried many a team' to victory over a
superior opponent. The game is called
for 3: SO o'clock at Monroe Park and
unir-ss J. riuvius sets Into the game
,vi:h a royal flush in the guise of
another hard downpour, local football
Mthjsiasts should be treated to a good
Overton. IT. of A, will officiate as
head linesman. Other officials will
!,e named today. Coach Oswalt ,of
th local c-Jeven, declares that al
though his machine will be out
w:Khed and lacking in veteran experl
t:.c. It will not be beaten until the
final whistle sounds. The soggy con
d.'.ion of the field will tend to stack
the odds In favor of the Pensacolians,
f,-r thf lighter but fleeter machine will
r.oi le able to function at normal
?reel. The coach has announced his
tfr.t.itlve l!re-up as follows: Left end,
Prri'h: left tackle, Elliott; left guard,
Letz?er: center, Guldager. right
riard, Dickenson or Hall; right tackle,
Scott: riKht end. Hastie; left half,
DiUarfl; right half, Cowley; full back,
P.oe; and quarter back, Fonde.
iCvvlSi 6 Bell-ans
Spring Garden Market
Corner Spring and Garden Streets
Fresh Western Meats, Green and Family Groceries. Fresh
Western Meats Received Daily ; Chickens and Western
Pork and Other Produce will be found in our store
at all times. Phone 234 We deliver.
MIKE DROSSOS, Prop.
Special for Saturday Only
WE SELL FOR LESS BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH
Spotless Cleanser, per can ;5c
Octagon Cleanser, two cans .' ........... 15c
Octagon Washing Powder, 6 packages ......25c
Over Seas Butter, per lb 68c
Meadow Grove Butter, per lb .68c
Armour Star Ham, per lb 37c
Picnic Ham, per lb 26c
Smoked Bacon, per lb i . .35c
Breakfast Bacon, per lb .40c
Lard, per lb. .' 28c
Armour's Vegetole, 4 lb. bucket : $1.40
Armour's Vegetole, 8 lb. bucket .$2.75
Swift's Jewel Shortening, 8 lb. can .$2.50
Cheese, per lb. ... .35c
Maxwell House Coffee, lb tin ,50c
Blue Label Coffee, 3V lb. bucket .$1.35
Magnolia Milk, per can .20c
Pet Cream, per doz v $2.00
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flon", pkg-. . . . . . . . . 15c
Armour's Corn Flakes, 2 piegs. 25c
I ima Beans, per lb 15c
Navy Beans, per b 15c
Black Eyed Peas, rr !. , 10c
Clipper Peas, per can 10c
Clipper Peas, dozen tn:- .$1.10
Van Camp Soup, can ; ; 10c
Armour's Pure July, 2 jf.rs . . ... . . .. -25c
Libby's Salad Dresrjr. Urge jar .25c
Van Camp's Peanut Brttrr, 25c size -20c
Van Camp's Peanut Bulk1:-, 15c size 10c
Pickled Onions, per jar .10c
Hines' Relish, per jar 20c
Ilines' Spaghetti, larpa can ; . . . .20c
Hines' Red Kidney I-ein?. large can .20c
Fig Jam, per ji T .20c
Prunes, per can . .10c
Evaporated Peaches, ijer pkg .25c
Evaporated Peaches, j er lb 35c
Atmore's Mince Mert. 2 nkgs. ........,25c
Atmore's Plum Pudding per can .45c
Fancy large Api! . . 7cr dozen .50c
Irish Potatoes, lb Vo. r.?c 1 . 60c
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Here Is a picture of Joe Bonds.' He
fights Bob Martin Oct. 28 in Akron, O.
S PERSONAL MENTION. ,; IS
Mr. "W. H. Whiting, of Berkeley,
California, ' is visiting in , Pensacola
with relatives and friends. ,
Miss Rosa Ia. Bell left yesterday
morning for Mobile, where she will
visit for some time.
Miss Lillle Everett has returned
home after a three months visit with
relatives and friends in Beaumont. San
Antonio, 'and other points in Texas.
Reverend H. M. Moffett, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church at
Huntsville. Ala,, returns home today
after a short visit to the city with his
father, Rev. A. S. Moffett. and family.
Mr. Frank Messer and little son.
Franklin, are visiting in Greenwood
for several weeks, as the guest of
Mr. W. Messer and family.
The Knox Presbyterian church will
govern their services according to the
change made in the time Sunday.
MISS FEISTEL ENTERTAINED
Miss Jean Feistel. of New Tork city,
who is visiting in Pensacola as the
attractive guest of Lieutenant and
Mrs. E. T. Conway, at Fort Pickens,
was the guest of honor yesterday at
a prettily appointed luncheon at which
Miss Rose Zung was hostess, the con
genial party being composed., of Miss
Feistel. Mrs. A. E. Roland, wife of
Major Roland, commanding officer at
Fort Pickens, Mrs. Conway, and the
hostess, Miss Zung.
WA8HINQTON AND LEE HAS
BACK WHO IS PICKED TO BE
ALL-SOUTHERN OR ALL AMER
ICAN. Xiexington. Va, Oct. 24. Head Coach
Raftery of the Washington and Lee
"Generals" declares that in "Bullet
Joe" Silverstein he has the best line
plunging fullback in the South. Inter
viewed regarding this brilliant player.
Coach Raftery said:
"Not only is Silverstein. one of the
most terrific line plungers I have ever
seen, but I am certain that his de
fensive work cannot be excelled by
any player in the Soufh. The man is
a terror with a football. He weighs
about 178 pounds, is built low, and
hits the line with a speed that reminds
one of Percy Wendell, the old Har
vard back, and Joe Is as hard to down
as Johnny Maulbetch, of Michigan. If
Joe can't find a hole he bores one
through; and it's going to take a good
team to stop him."
Followers of the Washington and
Lee team seem to have the same opin
ion as Coach Raftery concerning Sil
verstein. The fact of his having play
ed such brilliant ball at the University
of Pennsylvania early this season, as
well as his showing here in the past
three games, marks him as a danger
ous man for Washington and Lee's
opponents. V. -
ALABAMA BEATS MARION
At Tuscaloosa, University of Ala
bama 61, Marlon 0.
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TEAM HAS HARD
COACH FARRIOR AND MANAGER
. CAHN TAKE THEIR PROTEGES
TO MOBILE TO MEET UNIVERS
ITY MILITARY ACADEMY.
... Pensacola High leaves "for Mobile
early this morning to play what is ex
pected to be one of the hardest and
best games of I the season. They will
meet the team of the University Mili
tary ' Academy, commonly called
Wright's has an exceptionally strong
team this year and the Pensacola
players will have a fight on their
hands but hope and expect to win.
Seventeen ' men. Including Coach
Farrior and Manager Cahn, are mak
ing the trip, together with a few en
thusiastic rooters. The players had
not been chosen last night but it is
expected they will be the same bunch,
with few exceptions, that went to De
Fun lak to play Palmer.
The best practice of the Reason was
held Tuesday, and now, with plenty
of re-newed pep Coach Farrior has a
team of which he can be proud. Far
rior has taught the . boys considerable
real football and the team plays the
game all the time.
High School students have received
much encouragement from Pensacola
business men who have responded
generously in the matter of buying
season tickets to the home games.
Football is one-of the most expensive
of school sports and it is this solid
backing which High School players
are depending on to make the game
a success here.
Every Dot - . A . ' 5"3M3
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Iiere Is a Delco-Light
No matter where you live, there
is a Delco-Light man within easy
reach of you.
This means much more to you
than mere convenience in the pur
chase of a Delco-Light plant.
These men are trained men they
KNOW electricity as applied to farm use.
They, can advise you as to the size of
plant you should have.
DeUO'Llghl it a complete electric light end power
plant for armt and country homei.
elf -cranking air-cooled ball
bearings no belit only one
MICHIGAN MID OHIO STATE
WILL STAGE EBID CLASSIC
(By FRED TURBYVILLE)
Football fans of the middle west do
not have to wait until the last Satur
day before Thanksgiving Day for their
big grid dish this year. Ohio state
and Michigan comprise this season's
choicest menu at Ann Arbor ' this
Saturday. . The winner of that game
stands a very good chance of going
through the season" with a strangle
hold on the western conference foot-
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Of course, Illinois and Minnesota
may do something big in a football
way before the curtain is rung down
on the 1919 season. Minnesota, always
a slow team to develop, shows indica
tion of being a . factor, and Illinois,
though getting a slow start, may show
some of the class boasted of.
But Ohio State and Michigan have
the class right now. They're primed
for their best game of the season.
Both teams are loaded down with
letter men veterans of good teams of
1916 and 1917 and the players who
were on the "informal teams" of 1918.
The wonderful Harley of Ohio State
teamed with the brilliant Stlnchcomb
almost makes a team. But besides
these two stars there ;are nine others
who apparently are not outclassed by
anything in the west.
And Michigan has its Weston and
its Sparks.: And besides even more
veteran players than has Ohio.
It should be a wonderful game and
a great crowd will see It. The victor,
with its most formidable opponent re
moved from the running will have the
edge ; on ' the championship for this
' Mere Than Enough Is Too Much
To maintain health a mature man or
woman needs Just enough food to repair
the bodily waste and provide, energy and
body heat. The habitual consumption
of more food than Is necessary for these
put poses is the prime cause of stomach
trouble, rheumatism and disorders of the
kidneys. If troubled with indigestion re
vise your diet, eat sparingly especially
of meats, masticate your food thor
oughly. Let reason, not appetite control,
also take one of Chamberlain's Tablets
immediately after supper and you will
soon be feeling all right again. Adv.
They (can see that your house and bam
are properly wired
They can superintend the installation of
the plant so that it will give you the most
efficient and economical service.
They can give you intelligent advice as to the pur
chase and use of water system, washing-machine,
churn; separator, milking machine and other appli
ances that you can operate with the electricity
furnished by Delco-Light.
And after the plant is installed they are always
near-by to advise with you and see that you get one
hundred per cent satisfaction out of its operation
Delco-LWit is ligitenn& labor, bettering living
conditions and actually paying for itself in time
, . and labor saved in more than 75,000 farm homes.
WOODMEN TO OPPOSE
INCREASE IN RATES
Local Camps Will Be Ably Represented
at Head of Camp Meeting
For the purpose of .considering and'
to take a part in preventing, if possi
ble, a raise in W O. W. insurance
rates 'as contemplated January 1, a
meeting of the head camp has beea
called to be held in Jacksonville next
Monday. Meetings for similar purposes'
are being held in other states and
Woodmen generally, of whom thero
are more than a million, are mani
festing deep interest in the movement
to oppose the advance in rates.
The three local camps, embracing a
membership of over 1.200, will be rep
resented., at the meeting, the delegates
going over Sunday in order to b on
hand at the opening hour Monday
morning at 9 o'clock. They will em
brace Pete Rollo, Mr. Crooke, R. P.
Reese, and Mr. Seegar, head camp
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