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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, rH'tJ'KDXY MORTNTIO, MUCH 24, 1921.
First Practice Will 4 Quality Hardware at Lowest Trices RAY HARDWARE CO. Right on the Corner. PORT LOCAL PLAYERS ARE CALLED OUT TODAY Manager Ryan Will Meet Ball Tossers at Maxent Park at 4:30 O'clock. CASEYS PREPARE FOR GOOD SEASON Frank Egan Will Direct Club This Year. K. of C. (By It. SARRA) The great game 'of basketball has just come to a close at the K. of C. gym. A greater game la now at hand to till Its vacancy. For two seasons the K. of C. has had a very strong baseball aggregation In the Twlllsrlit league. The first season they were ;the pennant winning club by -a good margin of games. The last season, however after some hard diamond clafches they were a close second In the fl:ial Btandlng. 'tills season is almost reauy 10 orgin Horn, II. C. Talmer. Sticks Villar. Cuter at the Twilight diamond and Capt. j Donifay. E. L. N'eilsen Bill Bell, Hy JJgan of tho Caseys has signed, upjsneed, Ike Craddock, W. Garner, H. u fafct asrart nation to out In a srood Jeudevine. C. Joist. Allan Smith, Rus- All ball players and would-be ball players In Pensacola are invited to be afSlaxent Park at 4:30 o'clock this af ternoon to work- out with Manager Kyan. The new manager Is arriving in town this morolng from Gulfport and will give the boys the once over for the first time today. lie will get a line on tho boys and by Saturday night will have a tentative line-up for Sunday's game against the aviators worked out. Bobby Gilkes, scout for the Yankees, pives. Manager Ryan a good send off. IiobUy says that Ryan knows the game jand is a real ball player. When Bobby says that about a man it means some thing, because Mr. Gilkes makes his living by picking real ball players. A meeting of some of the local ball players was held at the chamber of commerce rooms last nlghtv Everybody was Invited and about 15 of the boys showed up. Practice periods, uniforms and sundry other things of interest to the players were discussed and the hour i of 4:30 was set for the first practice' this afternoon. Among those pesent at last night's j meeting or suggested as being prospec- j tlve candidates for berths on the local I clubs were: Beans Sanchez, Henry! M'itn'n.H. V !,,., l-o T. ar-i-o TT Srar. ritt. Lars ' Sanchez. Roy MoVoy,' Babe j very halr shows new Lewis, S. Abrams, Ed. Beasley, John Oelst. John Olsen. Frank Egan, D. C. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out? Thickens, Beautifies. bid for the pennant. The following have already signed. Others wishing to sign should see L. Kara before the next meeting. Thoso on the roll to date are: II. need, John Olsen. C. Sarra, Fiatik i;gan (Capt.). Lars Swhez. Bob Ellirt, Harry- Bcarritt, Sticks Villar, II. I'hlppipart, l Villar, A. Oliver, Gera.d Oliver, Geo. Bond, V. Bjorensen and L. Sarra. sell Scarrftt and Micky Graham. EXHIBITION GAMES At Mobile, Ala.: St .Louis Americans 7 12 0 Louisville Am. Assn 2 6 2 Bayne, Ilurwell and Billings, Estill; Wright and Kocher. At. Los Angeles: Chicago Nationals 7 8 1 Vernon, ractno Coast 6 '9 2 Martin,, Jones, Bailey and O Farrell; Loe, Fmallwcod, Tipton, Kromme and Murray. ' At New Orleans: Brooklyn Nationals ...3 8 0 Now Oil saris Southern ..1 7 2 Smith, Post. Schrelber and Krueger; Taylor, Colbert, Goldsmith and Deberry. Smith. At Houston, Tex.: New York Nationals , 7 19 1 Houston Texas League 2 7 4 Bailee, Toney and Smith; Snyder, Gas ton, Donalds, Gudger, Moulten and Griffith. Wright. At Beaumont: St. Louis Nationals 7 To 2 Beaumont Texas League 4 7 3 Itevtere, May and Gllham; Hymel, Badger and Wahllng, Rutthe. TRUCKS AVAILABLE ' FOR CLEAN-UP WEEK Persons Having Refuse to Be Carried I Away Asked to Call Dr. Spencer. A few cents buys "Danderine." After a few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance. adv. .. : s NO YACHT RACES FOR THIS WEEK Committee Postpones Sailing Events to Succeeding Week. . At Lake Charles, La. R. II. E. Philadelphia Americans 4 9 0 Atlanta Southern Assn. ...... 7 12 ' 2 Barrett, Krefe and Styles, Myatt; Manners, Koneman and Fuhrman. COLLEGE BASEBALL University of Cincinnati 6 5 , 6 University of Georgia : 14 9 0 At Chapel Hill, N. C North Carollna Now York University, pyntponed, rain. 'PINKY" SPRUHAM TO BE COLLEGE PROFESSOR SALEM, Va.. March 23. Guy H. "Pinky" Spruham. who coached l.it year's unbeaten football team of the Virginia Military Institute, has signed a three years' contract with Roanoke col lege to to professor of physical edjea tlon and general athletic director of the Institution, President Smith of the col lege announced here today. Inspectors of the clean-up campaign are getting results In districts assign ed to them for' several of the reports as turned Into headquarters yesterday show that owners of places who have been given notice have complied with the law and have cleaned their prem ises. The wagons and trucks of both the city and public health service have been .busily engaged in removing the refuse arjd will continue throughout the week. If anyone has any rubbish which has not been removed, they are asked to call Dr. Spencer of the pub lic health service and give notice of the fact. They will be given Imme diate assistance. Wednesday's Honor Roll. West Zarragossa Street 1211, 1209, 1207. 1203, 1201, 1200. S. D Street 118. N. D Street 811, 80!). 813, 801, 805, 1014. 308. W. E Street 80?, 720. F Street 706, oil, 712. W. Hatcher 2. O Street 10. Peterson and G 802. S. G 80, 6, 810. N. Reus Street 101, 409, 411, 413, 415, 421, 227. 215, 220. 222. West La Hi! a Street 408, 410, 420, i 426, 2U0. North DeVilllers 505. 5)0. 502. 504, 510 516, 518, 520, 522. 601, 605, 007, 701, 711, 713, 715, 717, 719, 721. West Belmont Street 513, 511. 509, 507. 503, 503. 434, 432, 430, 428, 426, 424, 414, 412, 623. 621. 619, 609. 607, 605, 529. 527, 525, 523, 521, 519, 517, 515, 502, 504, 506, 512, 510, 520, 610, 612. 614, 618, 622, 624, 419, 423. 423, 427. 429, 111, 113, 109, 319. West Grogory Street 402, 412, 416, 415, 514, 516. 508. West Cervantes Street 17, 19, 512, 514, 523. West Gadsden Street 304, 311, 313, 315. 317, 319, 503, 511. West Strong Street 530, 522, 515, 511. 516, 514. 513. 512. North A Street 310, 618, 616, 614, 612. 610. 60S,; lot north of 215 S. A. street. West Jackson Street 616, 614, 60S, 606. 602, 600, 202. 18. 218, &22. North Coyle Street 612. 614, 613, 620, 112. 114, 118. North Spring Street 422, 306. North Barcelona Street 607. 616. 611, 620, 623. Because so many of the members will have other Interests on Friday and Sunday, It being Good Friday and Easter, there wll1 be no races by the Pcnsacola Yacht club this week. A full program of sailing erfints will be prepared by the committee for the following Friday and Sunday. INGROWN NAIL TURNS OUT ITSEF A few drops of "Outgro" upon the skin surrounding the Ingrowing nail i reduces inflammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin un derneath the toe nail that it cannot penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night. "Outgro" Is a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. How ever, anyone can buy from the drug store a tiny bottle containing directions. PRISCILLA CLUB TO Tiif t niir ni nnrar I mil. II KAY rUKI Y li AAVUl ASA A M. iUl Jk 1 pj Ma.iMii.u Public Is Invited to Ga On Trip Satur-. day to Life Saving Station, The public Is invited to take part in the bay party to be given by the Pris cill club of the First Christian church Saturday, leaving Baylen-st wharf on the steamer Bronx at 10 o'clock in the morning and returning at o o'clock an the afternoon. into the gulf and return to the life sav- j IS 1 mi ti: : ii . . . 1 S- ins oiuiiua. xiits jrisL uiii-s win sci c a c- i freshments on the steamer. "Intense Pain Relieved by . Internal Baths" Mrs. A. T. Smith of 2900 Mitchell-st, Tampa. Fla., writes the Tyrrell Hygienic Institute: "The 'J. B. Xj. Cascade' haw been a blessing to me. Before I got it neither medicines nor douches would relieve the Constipation and the pain was terr'ble. But the Cascade thoroughly cleanses and relieves me from all pain." The "J. B. L. Cascade" cleanses the lower Intestine its- entire length and keeps it always free of poisonous waste. Thousands testify that Constitpation, Indigestion, Stomach Troubles, Bilious ness, Headaches and all the many se rious troubles which they cause are ab solutely relieved and prevented by this Nature Treatment. The Crystal Pharmacy will be glad to show you the "J. B. L. Cascade," ex plain Its simple operation and will give you. free on request, an Interesting little book by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell of New York, a noted specialist on Internal Bathing for 25 years in that city. " Clip this out as a reminder to ask for the booklet at your first opportunity. Adv. ADVANCE SHOWN IN . NEW YORK STOCKS Indications of a Moderate Revival Public Participation. of SHERIFF OF SANTA ROSA CAPTURES SHINNY STILL MILTON, Fla., March 26. Sheriff NEW YORK March 23. On the larg est and mosf. varied trading of any re cent session, the stock market today moved to substantially higher ground, the advance being accompanied by in dications of a moderate revival of public participation. Motors and oils, together with many miscellaneous issues which invariably follow in their wake, followed. Kails lagged for a time but transcontinental and coalers registered material gains later. Outstanding features both as to activity and strength embraced Studo baker, Pierce Arrow, Chandler and re lated accessories of the rubber group; Atlantic Gulf, General Asphalt, Mexi can and Pan-American Petroleum and j Associated Pacific and Houston Oils at extreme aavances or z to t points. Other prominent stocks included Cru cible, Lackawanna and Republic Steels, Baldwin Locomotive, American Interna tional, United Fruit," Mercantile Marine preferred, American Woolen, Interna tional Paper and Industrial Alcohol Gains in these issues were more var iable realizing to secure profits effect 13 Comme Ci-Comme Ca-Come See-Come Buy BIG SACRIFICE SALE STARTS THIS MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK 403 So. Palafox: Biggest Bargain Event Since Pensacola Was a Baby .... ,., . mf-i y-"!"--'!- 401 So. Palafox CI m ifl 11 W SI UHB i r maarmftur more hopeful, news and attendant de velopment of the day offered no plausi ble explanation for the rebound. The outcome, however, caused a general re alignment of the hitherto extensive short interest. The money market contributed to the day's betterment . to the extent that call money dropped from 7 to 6 percent on the exchange and as low a3 5 1-2 per cent in private loans. Dealings in for eign exchange were restricted, French and British firmness and Scandinavian rates falling back. Advices indicated further accessions of gold from Swo den. Trading in bonds broadened with a steady tone in the main, but the list as a wiiole was devoid of any special fea ture. Total sales, par value, S, 775,000. It NEWS OF RECORD. txxtnuttauntxtxntitxuttv Marriage Licenses. Joseph J. Castro and Mattie Williams. Willie Frank Ward and Emma Low ery. . Laborn P. Parish and Phenia Frances Hart. John II. Seeley and Eleanor K. Lieb. Francis Antonio Boghlch and Lena Daniels. . Clarence J. Acreman and Lillian J. Harris. Deeds. Real Estate Securities Co. to M. R. Kohler, $1. and other, lot 11 and east 14 feet lot 12. block 186, new city tract. A. R.. Jones and wife to Mrs. D. B. Stephenson, et al., March 16, 1921, $1 property In S. T. lots 6. 7, 8, see. 17, tp. 2, south, range SO west. J. E. Black, unmarried to A. L. Black, $1 and other, lot 8, block 136, East King tract. J. W. Gribble and wife to Henson O. Wilder, $1 and other, lots 10 and 11, S. D. lots 2. 3, 4. twp. 1. N. R. 30 west. Elbert A. Blubbs and wife to Clara Toibert. $100 and other, E. 95 ft. lot 14, block 99, East King tract. Lutie M. Diaz and husband to Miss Viva Herrlman, March 16, 1921. J100 and other lots 18 and S. 1-2 17, rart 13 1 and 14, blk. 31, Belmont tract. W. A. Hay Hardware Co. to V. L. Dean, $575, lots 8, 9 and 10. block 161, West King tract. C. C. Hartman and wife to Cha3. D'Aubre and wife, $1 and other, portion of block 74, East King tract. 60x100 feet. Anna Levy, widow, et al, to Estelle M. Hoist, $100 and other, S. 124 ft. lot 2, block 7 Maxent tract. Geo. Brown and wife to L. E. Edgar, $100 and other, west 50 ft. lots 1 to 10. block 123, West King tract. Hines Cravey and wife to L. W. Grimsley, $1, parcel Ot land in biock 83 of the West King tract. Elbert A. Clubbs and wife to Angrellne Climle, $100 and other, lots 33 and 36, block 51, Lakeview. James M. Tate, widower, to Louise T. Cary, $1 and other, lot 16, S. D., lot 6, sec. 14, tp. 1 N. P.. ?1 west. Pensacola Home & Savings Ass'n to Kate Clubbs, $100 and other, lots 5 to 16, block 197, New City tract. nounced the sale of Outfielder OL'ver club of the South Atlantic associa tion. Tucker was formerly of the Vir ginia league. TUCKER TO CHARLESTON CLUB. (By The Associated Press.) TAMPA, Fla,, March 23. President Clark Griffith, of the "Washington American league club, tonight an- having trouble withyour shin? If you Are stiff ering from eczema, ringworm, or some similar itching, turning eruption, try Reslnol Soap and Ointment. See how quickly this gentle treatment stops the itching and cools the inflamed irritated sur face. Don't hesitate there Is nothing In the Resinol prodne to injure the tenderat pkln, as hundreds of letters from satis fied users testify. At all dru fiats. Resimol Mitchell, of this city, and DeDutv Sher- ln& reactions of a to 3 points at the close. Khlnnv aies amounted to l,2ii,uvn sr.; IT WORKED WONDERFULLY Have you noticed the number of persons coughing this Spring, caused uy n a maicu runuiuon in uie cnesi. Xorth Hayne Street 521. 519. 622 ui uiiciuin iuue ur liuutlli 1 ills COUgn- I Ing la banished by a few does of Fol- y'i Honey and Tar. Mrs. Anna Stein. 410 Western Ave., , Covington, Ky.. writes: "Your cough medicine worked iff Hudson, of Jay, captured a shinny still in tho iclnity of Jay early yester day morning. "Bud" Griffis was found operating the still, and was brought back to this place, where he was placed in tho county jail, pending his trial. The still when captured was still hot, and four gallons of the recently made "fiery -water" was taken. Fifty gallons of mash was also found and the whole brought here as evidence. The still was located about a mile from Jay, and was weZl concealed by bushes. ares. Apart from conditions in the steel and Iron trade where the outlook seemed REDUCE YOUR SHOE BILLS Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic pow der to be shaken into the shoes, not only stops the pain of corns and bunions, and gives quick relief to sweating:, callous, tired, aching, tender feet, blisters and sore stpots, but Allen's Foot-Ease rests the feet, keeps them cool and comforta ble all the time, saving the ' constant wear on shoes caused by nervousness of the fet. Shoes and stockings wear twice as long when you walk ii comfort. iry Alien s -oot-Kase today. wonderfully on our little son. He is ubject to bronchitis. The first doses helped him." Good for all sorts of coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and grip coughs. Sold everywhere. Adv. CKUCIOUS AND REFRESHING NO game is finished right 'til thirst it quenched. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY AUacta, Go. m 514, 515, 511, 507. 503. 502, 500, 506, 510, 422, 420. 421, 413, 414. 406. 404, 400, 409. 403, 401, 313, 309. North Davis Street 521, 517, 513, 511, 421, 419, 422. 420, 417. 407. 405. 403. 408, 316, 317. 311, 308. Xorth Alcaniz Street 1011, 1013, 1015, 1116. 1106, 1021, 1066, 1015, 1012, 1006, 1004. 91S. 920. 908, 906, 900, 903, 907. 313. 317, 310. 312. 314. 401. 403. 405. 407. 409, 406. 40S. 410. 414. 416, 420, 424. 415, 41!', 426, 500. 501. 501, 503, 504, 505, 509, 506, 508, 610. 514, 516, 520, 522, 517, 519, 515. Xorth Tarragona Street 1020, 904, 902. 903, 811, 315, 317, 319, 407, 409, 411, 417, 419, 421, 423. 507, 511, 513. 515. 519, 521, 512. North Guillemarde Street 915, 1001, 1004, 1018, 1108, 1118. North Palafox Street 1000, 1004. East Blount Street 816, 902, 1220, 1524. 1806. Moreno Street 1624, 1310, 1224, 1218. 919. 802, 1P60. Mallory Street 1096, 1106, 1112, 1217, 1216, 1220. 1224, 1300, 1315, 1325, 1400. Tenth Avenu! 1911, 1916. North 6th Avenue 307, 309, 30S, 311, 401, 403, 409, 415, 523, 520. North 7th Avenue 517, 522, 513, 512, 422, 303. 303. Twelfth Avenue 1320. North 8th Avenue 311, 315, 317. 523. Thirteenth Avenue 1550. Fifteenth Avenue 1520. West Main Street 1200, 1202, 1204. Vacant lot on corner of E and Alton. West Magnolia Street 1200; corner F and Magnolia; 1206 Pine street; cor ner E and Pine street; 796 S. E street; F and Peterson; 707 S. F; west corner F and Pine; 1220 Magnolia; 1300 W. Magnolia; 1400 V. Magnolia. The Dominion of Canada spends $3, 000,000 yearly to promote arrrlcultural Good and big tO look at after dinner shape. Good and mild tO taste-Just enough body. Good and big to the very end. The Havana tobacco used is the choicest grown Sold by live dealers everywhere. Buy two JOHN RUSKINS today and save the coupon bands for valuable prem iums. L LEWIS CIOAR MTG. CO. NEWARK. N. J. Larrest Independent Ci, p-rrr-r in the world 6.D.WINN CIGAR Co. Montgomery, Ala Distributors. i w-a if.; K3 3LS i .-nni.TiriHiii j; POWDERED MILK The Solution to Your Milk Problem Phone 1393. Phone 1317. MASONS' ANNUITY Pensacola, Fla. 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