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IT MAY BE Y
1 flN
Quality Hardware at
: Lowest Prices
RAY HARDWARE CO.
Right on the Corner.
STILL HOPE TO
COMPLETE LEAGUE
Peniaeoia Directors Burn Wires to
. Gtt Sixth Turn in Circuit.
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Directors of the Pensacola club In
the Cotton States league met yester
day morning and after a thorough dis
cussion of tho situation decided to
spend a few more days In an effort' to
in"it fi nlxth club to complete the cir
cuit in order that organized ball may
le a reality in Pensacola this year.
The directors were encouraged by a
letter from Secretary Andertonl in
which he assured them that every one
of the four clubs in Mississippi are
anxious to get Pensacola in but found
It necessary to roach a point where
they could commence work toward
their ball clubs.
President Durgoyne and the other
directors of the local club were busy
yesterday getting the wires hot to a
number of cities in Alabama and lower
Mississippi in an effort to land a sixth
town which will tie acceptable to the
four clubs now composing the Mis
tiisHlppi State league.
The remainder of the week will be
spent In the quo&t a sixth town be
' fore the local directors will even com
menee to think that the league can
not be completed. Such was the sen
timent of yesterday's meeting.
Almost every Chinese city bordering
on a river, has many bo?t dwellers
who rarely set foot on land.
Then It's Genuine
Aspirin it trade mark Bayer Manufac
ture Monoiceticcidett r of Salicyllcacid.
Office Supplies
Filing Cabinets
Desks
Chairs
Transfer Files
Everything for the Offico
Mayes Printing
Company
"The Quality Prlntera"
20-22 W. Government St.
Phone 181.
SPORTS
Aspirin
To
Def
Citizens' Taxpayers Committe
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
CLOSED LAST NIGHT
Wilson Arms &. Cycle Win Championship
With a Perfect Percentage.
(By l. Sarra.)
With the two games played last night
In the Knights of Columbus basketball
league, the season ended. The Wilson
Arms & Cycle company finished in first
place with a perfect score.
The ganvj between the White & White
and Sarasites was a hard-fought game,
won by the latter, giving the Sarasites
third place, and the White & White tak
ing the cellar.
The second game was the cleanest a-nd
hardest Slaved game, of the season, the
Wilson Arms and Cycle team defeating
tne g7s-s. ine stars ior mo v uauu .
were Gaines and Torrence at forwards
and Oliver and Olsen at guard. For the
778's Forsythe, Ellis and Sanchez,
following is the score:
White & White Sarasites.
The
BJorensen
F 7 Faurla. F. ...
........ 2 II. C. Sarra,
... 6
F..12
... 5
... 3
.. 0
Hess F. . . ,
McIIugh, C.
Campodonla,
Payne, G. .,
0 Philipart, C. ,
Q. . 2 Bell, G
6 Greenwood, G.
Total 17 Total 26
Wilson Arms. 7788.
Gaines. F 6EIlis, F 6
Torrence, F 8 Forsythe, F. ... 6
L. Sarra, C 8 Sanchez, C 7
Oliver, G 4 Bruno, G. ...... 0
Olsen, G 0 Doyle, G 0
Total 26 Total 19
Referee, Swain; umpire, J. Villar;
scorer, T. Fitch; timer, Blumer. Atten
dance 100. Time start. 6:30 p. m.
Final Standing.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Wilson Arms 9
778's ' 6
Sarasites 2
White & White a
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INDIANS CHALLENGE
' ALL TEAMS IN CITY
The Indians, a baseball team com
posed of Junior boys, has been orga
nized and challenges all 14-year-old
teams in the city. Members of the
team are: P. Forsyth, c; F. Burns, p
and cf; M. Berlin, ss; J. Massey, lb; J.
Cusachs. 2b; M. Campbell, 3b; C.
Fritch, If; II. Sarra, p and cf. Sub
stitutes, J. Blumer and F. O'Connor.
Captain John Massey, Jr., has writ
ten tho following challenge:
With Sarra pitching you'll never hit
And Forsyth behind the bat
You'll never reach the old first base
Because Massey's playing that.
But don't be scared of my baseball
Indians,
They're not such terrible foes;
Wih all our star players In the field
We'll beat you, everybody knows.
MOTOR BOAT RACES FOR
AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP
NEW YORK, March 14. Motor boat ',
races for the gold cup, emblematic of
the North American championship,
will be held at Detroit Aug. 27, 29, 30
and 31, it was announced tonight by
Commodore J. L. Judson of the Motor
Boat Club cf America.
During tho competition, which pre
cedes the race for the British Interna
tional trophy on Sept. 3, '5 and 6, the
championship of North America will
be decided and also contests for the
Wood Fisher trophy, a new trophy of
fered by Garfield A. Wood and Carl
O. Fisher, for displacement races open
to boats under 32 feet in length
equipped with an engine with a piston
displacement not exceeding 2.$t0 cubic
Inches. The events will be decided cn
Lake St. Clair or the Detroit river.
ICE SKATING CONTESTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa., March 14. Jo
seph Moore of New York city and
Gladys Robinson, Toronto, world
champion, were the Individual stars
and point leaders In their respective
divisions In the international ndoor
Ice skating championship race here to
day. Moore won the two events in
which he was entered, while the To
ronto skater, opposed by Rose John
son, Chicago, former champion, took
three first places.
The races for the championship will
close tomorrow night when six events
THE PENSAOt)LA JOURNAL. '1! U S DAY $f
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DAVIS CUP CHALLENGE
FROM SOUTH AMERICA
NEW YORK, March 14. A Davis
cup challenge from Argentina, the
first from a South American country
in the history of the international com
petition, was received today by the
United States Lawn Tennis associa
tion. The entry list, which closes to
morrow, was brought to 12 by tho
challenge forwarded by John A. Gib
son of Buenos Aires, secretary, of the
Argentine Lawn Vennls league.
ZBYSZCKO THROWS STECHER.
NEW YORK, March 14. Stanislaus
Zbyzcko. Polish heavyweight, threw
Joe Stecher, former world's catch-as-catch-can
wrestling champion, here
tonight in two hours, sjxteen minutes
and ten secon(ja vvith a crotch-hold
and wrist-lock.
EXHIBITION GAMES
At Orange, Tex. R. II. E.
Philadelphia Athletics 1 3 2
St. Louis Cardinals 2 6 1
(11 innings.)
Harris, Moore and Ferkins, Walker;
Haines, Walker, Revler and McCarthy,
Dilhoefer.
HIGH BOWLING SCORES
BUFFALO, N. Y., March 14. Amer
ican bowling congress high score?
stood up against an all-day attack by
160 performers In the individual and
two-man events today, the standing of
10? leaders remaining unchanged.
FLORIDA WOMAN CHAMP
WINS TENNIS MATCH
BOSTON, March 14. Miss Phyllis
Walsh of Philadelphia, the Florida
woman's champion, won from Miss
Martha Corey of Holbrook, 6-3, 6-4, in 1
a first round match, the only one
played this afternoon in the national
indoor women's singles tennis cham
pionship tournament.
BEWARE THE
COUGH OR COLD
THAT HANGS ON
Chronic Coughs and Persistent j
Colds Lead to Serious Lung
Trouble. You Can Stop Them
Now With Crcomulsion, an
Emulsified Cresote That i3
Pleasant to Take.
New Medical Discovery With
Twofold Action. Soothes and
Heals the Inflamed Surfaces
and Kills the Germ. Endorsed
by Highest Authorities.
Money Refunded if Any Cough
or Cold, No Matter of How
Long Standing, is Not Re
lieved After Taking According
to Directions.
FINE FOR BUILDING UP THE
SYSTEM AFTER COLDS
OR THE FLU.
Of all known drugs Creosote is rec
ognized by the medical fraternity as tho
greatest healing agency for the treat
ment of chronic coughs and coids and
other forms of throat and lung trou
bles. Creomulsion contains, in addi
tion to creosote, other healing elements
which soothe and near the inflamed
membrane and stop the irrit.-.tion and
Inflammation while the creosote goes
to the stomach, is absorbed Into tho
blood, attacks the seat of the trouble
and destroys the germs that lead to
consumption.
Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfac
tory in the treatment of chronio
coughs and colds, bronchial asthma,
catarrhal bronchitis and other forma
of throat and lung: diseases ,and is
excellent for building up the system
after colds or the flu. Increases appe
tite and body-weight. Ask your drug
gist. (Adv)
A New York authority on. potato
growing says that the small potatoes
are better for seed than the larger
HEREiFORE
I O II v 1 . Tar a if ri i
e9
"RASPBERRY" MYSTERY
rz
CHAPTER XXII.
Like The rogues in a well-tailored
romance, Iois Chandler's four jailors
walked right into our little surpris?e
party.
One of the gang dicing cast his hands
skyward when Brewster and I flashed
lights and revolvers. He got. mad and
dove toward V. Morgan, who promptly
pulled trigger. With a chuck of lead
in his shoulder, this bird flopped. Later
he proved to be iedge.
The siiot attracted attention, but
fortunately it brought friends to the
scene. .Brewster s detective triend. Hill
Hyde, he of the brunet mustache, had
been lurking in the neighborhood with
(i. ( niipla other lhnbs of the. law. They
promptly took our quartoc in tow.
"I think you have received your last
Kasp oerry message, valentine, smiles
Brother Hyde, my mum prowling
friend, after explanations. The detec
tive had warrants for George Crain
and his friends.
The wounded Hedge snarled. Ho was
an unpleasant cuss.
"Who is responsible?" Brewster de
mands. "Wl.y lms he done it? Who
is this mdn Hedge?"
"In the last 24 hours the whole game
has been spilled," says Hyde. "This
man is Siegfried Hedge. Isn't the name
familiar to you, Valentine?"
"I seem to know it well, and yet "
"Your father knew the name, my
boy. The worst enemy Sam Brewster
ever had was this fellow. Years and
years ago he thought Sam wronged
him "
"He cheated me, the dog!" snaps
Hedge.
"You know you are a liar, Hedge:"
retorts the detective. "You see, Valen
tine, Sam and Hedge started ot in
tho cannery business. Your father svas
GIVES that feeling of satisfaction you
get only when you smoke a fifteen
cent cigar.
Built by hand
By the millions
Srll evervwhere.
CC The Havana
Buy two JOHN RUSIONS
today and f ave the coupon
bands for valuable premiums.
O cents each
L LEWIS CIGAR MFG. CO., Newark, N. J.
Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the World.
S. O. WINN CIGAR CO.
Distributors s
Montgomery, - AtefeanMb
fTl N I N6?, STA TS Cm 15,
Bax JL
SOLVED BY SLEUTH
"The Evergreen
Wildcats"
BY JAMES W. EGAN
(Copyright 1921 by Thj Pensacola
Journal)
square, and Hedge was crooked. A cer
tain deal in raspberries which Hedge
failed to put over "
"That was Brewster's work!" barks
the wounded man.
"Of course it was. He stopped your
graft, and you swore revenue. Hedsre
had to leave the country about 15 !
years ago. Your father prospered. That
made Hedge hate him bitterly, and he
never got. over his grudge.
"Hedge was supposed to have died
in Mexico. Ejt he didn't. He made
money in crooked deals a lot of it.
Quietly he returned, accompanied by a
coupla boon companions I think we
have them here to get even with your
'ather. But Sam Brewster was dead.
So he plotted to ruin the son and you
know, Valentine, there was a while you
were making that easy for anyone!"
K "T lmrtv T'm afraid father riirt tnn"
Brewster hung his head, but Lois
Chandler smiled into his face.
"Hedge's idea of vengeance has been
queer and fantastic. lie believed he
could torment you to exasperation by
those Raspberry messages, and then
step in and deal some crushing blow.
He chose the name 'Raspberry' in
memory of the old deal.
"After he had amused himself with
these mysterious messages to his
heart's content, Siegfried Hedge hoped
to get rougher. But he's through. There
are a 1st of crimes he's wanted for."
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tobacco used
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1921.
Bear, Chairman
SI CSS
"You've learned lots since I saw you
last, Hyde," V. Morgan observes.
"What gave it all away?"
"One of the cogs busted. I didn't
even know Hedge was living, but Har
ker found It out, and having trapped
Judge Curtis "
"That old chump!" bursts from
Hedge.
"Yes, the' good Judge broke down.
He overreached himself in trying to
frame something on Miss Chandler to
make her appear the author of the
Raspberry messages ard Ilaxker
cinched him. Also pinched him. The
judge told some surprising things.
"I was thinking your friend McGuff
there was a party to it all along, but
he was just a goat for Curtis."
"But why are my lawyers in this
deal?" Brewster asks. "If it "
"As you suspect. Tell him, Crain.
You can."
"I knew we'd get caught," growls
the young lawyer. "Curtis took ad
vantage of the unusual will old Sam
left. We stole more money than wo
coulci replace. Somehow, this Hedge
tumbled to our game. He made us
help him. We had to do it."
"You chicken hearts!" howls Hedge.
"I made a mistake there!" !
"He had us on the hip," Crain con
tinues. "Wei had a vain hope we could
cover up our tracks. I know I have
been a fool. I thought Lois Chandler
liked me but she pretended it all, to
help Brewster!"
"Lois, you marvel! And I was think
ing you might be encouraging my ene
my!" mutters Brewster. "Yet I am
baffled still, Hyde. I was sure ' one
of the team knew of this when I left
after Every Meal
MSf si! 5c 1 !
L-.4
WRIGLEVS has steadily
kept to the pre-war price.
And to the same feteb stand
ard cf quality. .-0
No other goody testsso
tons-costs so Uttle or does
so roach for you. rfef-
Bandy to carry benefidaS
io effect full of flavor 2
solace and comfort for
ygeng and old. f
THE FLAUOR
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LASTS
college, and I can't see how Hedge
could have learned some things."
"Vou forget tho confederates." The
detect Iva looks at us. "One of them
is a college man. Hedge has a eon.
Under another name, he attended Kv
ergreti university. He affected to be
your friend and got in your confidence.
Ultimately he was to betray you for
his father's sake. That expla.ns v"
some of the messages were uncanny
intimate.
-ft
And then he told us the n.1
Hedge's son had assumed.
"Good heavens! This is hv.-ediblV'f
Brewster was taken aback at the
lation.
Finallj V. Morgan's face gets grl&.
"Well, his course is run, Hyde!'ho
asserts. "I must ask you now to tike
charge of Crain and Hedge, and also
to see Miss Chandler gets back to her
hotel. I'll be there tonight, dear." He
sneezes th? girl's hand.
"Squawk McGuff, we are going to
fly again. We are going to Angel City
ti get into that ball game, if we can.
We are going to beat those Eastern
Allstars and I am also going to fin
ish the rest of the Raspberry family!"
(To Be Continued)
Politicial Announcements
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER
Charles II. Villar announces as a
candidate for city commissioner sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary of April 12, and solicits your
vote and support.
C. H. VILLAR.
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will be staged.
ones.
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