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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1917.
Chicago 1; New York 6.
At New York: R. H- E.
Chicago 1 8 5
New York 6 10 1
Demaree and Dilhoefer; Schupp
ind Gibson; umpires, Byron and
St. Louis 1; Brooklyn 2.
At Brooklyn: R. H. E.
t. Louis 1 4 1
Brooklyn 2 6
Ioak and Gonzales; Smith and Mil
er; umpires, Rigler and Emslie.
Cincinnati 3; Philadelphia 1.
At Philadelphia: R. H. E-
Cincinnati 3 5 2
Philadelphia 1. 7 1
Schneider and Clarke; Rixey,
Oeschger and Killifer; umpires, Klem
ind Bransf ield.
Pittsburg 6; Boston 1.
At Boston: R. H. E.
Pittsburg 6 13 2
Boston . ....1 12 2
Mamaux, Jacobs and Fischer; Nehf
and Tragresser; umpires, O'Day and
New York 1; Cleveland 2.
At Cleveland: R. H. E
S'ew York 1 7 2
Cleveland 2 5 1
Russell and Walters; Klepferer and
O'Neill and Billings; umpires, Con
nolly and Moriarity.
Chicago 53 31
Boston .... 50 32
Cleveland 46 40
New York 41 38
Detroit 42 40
Washington 32 47
St. Louis 33 52
Philadelphia 30 48
Clubs W. L-
New York 50 26
Philadelphia 40 33
St. Louis 44 39
Cincinnati 46 42
Chicago .43 42
Brooklyn J. .37 39
Boston 42 43
Pittsburg .25 53
Club? W. Vr
Atlanta 59 39
New Orleans 57 38
Birmingham 53 42
Nashville ... '. ;...49 46
Chattanooga ....49 49
Memphis 46 47
T it.t.V Rock 41 51
Mobile 27 68
Tallahassee Dr- B. L. Arms, now
chief bacteriologist of the Alabama
state board of health at Montgomery
will arrive at Jacksonville about Au
gust 1 to become director of the bac
teriological laboratories of the Flor
ida state board of health. He will
succeed Dr. E. G Birge, who has ac
cepted a commission as captain in
the medical reserve corps of the
United States army-
St. Petersburg Arrangements have
been made for reopening the Flor
ida Bank & Trust Co., of St. Peters
burg, which closed its doors last week
Nat B. Brophy, of Nakomis, Ills-, the
largest stock holder has agreed to
repay all of the depositors in five
installments within sixteen months.
The depositors have agreed to his
proposition and he is now in the
north arranging to re-finance the institution.
Philadelphia 2-3; Detroit 9-1.
At Detroit: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 5 2
Detroit 9 15 0
Bush, Schauer and Mayer and
Schang; Jones and Stanage; umpires,
Owens, McCormick and Nallin.
At Detroit: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 3 11 1
Detroit : 1 4 0
Mays and. Schang; Ehmke and
BUY PAINT WITH
YOUR EYES OPEN
Eustis Word has just been receiv
ed here that Clifton Peckham, a resi
dent of this place, was fleeced out of a
considerable sum of money by u con
fidence man whom he met in Wash
ington, D. C. An elderly man of
dignified appearance offered to ac
company Mr. Peckham on a sight
c rpi n cr trm nnrl 1 a tor
"change for a $1,000 bill and left
act I ecam standing on the sidewai..
A t2 1 wne he went' into the postoffice to
446 , change the bill. He took Teckham'
"41 m nncv with him nnrl fnilerl n Tofnrn.
rW&ZZr"'- --.,..,.'tgjy ...... .... .
Stanage; umpires, Owens, McCormick
Washington 0-2; Chicago 5-3.
At Chicago: . R. H. E.
Washington ; . '. 0 1 1
Chicago 5 8 0
Dumont and Hanery; Cicotte and
Schalk; Dineen and O'Loughlin.
At Chicago: R. H. E.
Washington 2 6 0
Chicago 3 7 1
Johnson and Ainsmith; Faber and
Schalk; umpires, O'Loughlin and
Miami Five Miami banks have
united to handle the remaining $160,
000 of city bonds for which no bids
wers received at the recent sale- A
northern capitalist bought $100,000 of
the bonds in appreciation of the
privilege. of mooring his yacht at the
municipal pier ast winter.
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
"MARRIAGE A LA CARTE"
Clara Kimball Yuong Service
World Pictures presents the comedy
photoplay "Marriage a la Carte"
in which Clara Kimball Young is
Young's versatility will have
a chance of showing itself to advant
age in this film; she is equally at
home in comedy roles as well as
Tne story of "Marriage a la Carte"
is a satire upon matrimony, nothing
more or less. It reveal the mar
riage game, as it is frequently play
ed, in all its unmistakable cynicism
and baseness, although it does not
overlook the humorous side of the
Mrs. Niles, -an ambitious society
lady, has a pretty daughter, Mildred
played by Clara Kimball Young, ana
she wants the girl to make a good
match Along comes an eligible
count, who, however, hasn't got any
thing more to recommend him to
Mildred than his title. Exit his
Countship. As Mr. Niles, Mildred's
father, fails in business, it is im
perative that the girl hould now
marry real money. Instead of which
she falls in love with a penniless
young fellow, Theodore Vandeveer
and they are married. There is con
sternation in the bride's family,
which is removed when it is revealed
that the young bridegroom inherits
Young is the director of
this picture into which he has in
troduced many excellent touches that
heighten the effect of the comedy
which is sure to please motion pic
There's as much difference in the
Character of paints as in people. You
want paint that not only looks well on
your property, but that will give you
the best service at lowest cost.
That Is the reason you should buy a
paint containing the greatest amount
f zinc. Without it paint rapidy
larkens, scales off and decays
Mastlo Paint, the kind that lasts, is
made with" pure- white lead arid zinc
sxlde, 60 per cent, each, ground in pur
Mastic Paint lasts longest, has
rreatest covering capacity, and is very
Be sure to use MASTIC PAINT it is
ruaranteed and must give you absolute
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McKenzie Oerting & Co.
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have entirety relieved many
iieemlngly hopeless cases.
Swelling and short breath
soon gone. OfUn gives en
tire rellet In 16 to 25 days.
Trial treatment nt FREE.
DR. THOMAS E. GREEN
UCCKS.OR T OPR. H. .
if nP.EEN S ROKa Box m.
The Clutter Music House
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS,
ORQANS, TUNING, REPAIRING
Boston 2; St- Louis 3.
At St Louis: R. H. E.
Boston 2 5 1
St. Louis 3 13 0
Leonard and Agnew; Plank and
Severoid; umpires, Hildebrand and
Tampa The Tampa ministerial as
sociation has adopted resolutions
commending Sheriff White upon the
suppression of gambling and the ille
gal sale of liquor in Hillsborough
shown at the
la Carte" will be
Bonita theatre to-
. :. :
Charles Ray In Triangle Play, "The
ETHEL BARRYMORE IN
"THE CALL OF HER PEOPLE"
"The Call of her people" showing
is the Isis today is the first of a
series of Metro attraction pict ures
of size and lavishness which will be
released during 1917- No expense
has been spared in making it a stu
pendous production. It is a picture
that is sure to cause wide comment,
first because of the star, second be
cause of the story, and third, because
of the scenic effect?.
CITY ITER PUNT
Without more than usual steam
ing, the city water plant on June 6
almost doubled on the daily average
capacity, for on that date, according
to a report filed by Superintendent
isweeney yesterday, a total of 2,291.
000 gallons of water were furnished.
Throughout the month, the report
specifies a daily average of 1,904,000
was furnished, and the least day's
pumpage was 1,718,000, which was
furnished on a date specified The
total pumpage for the month war.
58,207,000 gallons, which amount was
produced with the use of 399,400
pounds of coal, and tome shavings.
The superintendent reported that,
during the month, he had experi
mented with the use of shavings as
fuel during the day time, and he esti
mates that at least $5 per day in fuel
will be saved by the use of such
product. The experiment proved
highly successful during the past
month, and should its continuance
meet the approval of the commis
sioners, there will be no trouble in
conserving the coal bill, it is prom
ised ( During the month of Tune the pp-
eraur.K expenses were swelled con
siderably by several items. One of
these was the installation of a new
stack, which cost $565.25- Another
item figured again?t tft? operating
THE RIO STSTIOfl
Electricians in the radio service are
needed at the Pensacola aeronautical
station and non-educational examina
tions are announced each two weeks.
Pay ranges from S4.40 to 35. 2S per
diem. In this examination, there wi'.l
be no educational test and applicants
will not be assembled for mental ex
amination. Training and experience
wi'.l count for 60 points, while physi
cal ability will count for 40.
This special announcement is mad?
by the department along with the an
nouncement of examination:
"Applications will not be accepted
from employes of the government or
firm and corporations engaged in car
rying out contract for
ment or its allies, unless accompanied
by the written assent of the head of
the office, firm or corporation under
which the applicant is employed to
his appointment in case he shoul 1
pass the examination."
Atlanta 2; Chattanooga 3.
At Chattanooga: " R. H. E.
Atlanta 2 6 0
Chattanooga 3 7 2
Bressler and Perkins; Merritt and
McDaniels; umpires, Marcan and Mo-ran.
Birmingham 1-1; Nashville 8-0.
At Nashville: R. H. E.
Birmingham 1 6 2
Nashville 8 11 2
Black, Perryman and Haworth;
Decatur and Marshall; umpires. Tfen
ninger and Chestnut
At Nashville: R. H. E.
Birmingham I 3 1
Nashville 0 4 2
Ponder and Haworth; Meador and
Marshall; umpires, Pfenninger and
Mobile 1; Little Rock 0.
At Little Rock: R. H. E.
Mobile 1 11 0
Little Rock 0 6 3
, Brennan and Griffith; Ledbetter
and Chapman; umpires, OToole and
Ocala LaGrange Sistrunk, a re
cruit at the Pensacola aviation sta
tion, was fatally iniured, while visit
ing his home at Ocala last Saturday,
by the acidental discharge of a gun
which he was cleaning.
Tampa Dr. Riley C. Hammers
who had offices here, has been con- j
victed in the federal court at New '
York of selling large Quantities of ,
cocaine and heroin in violation of the '
law. He was fined $2,000 and sen- i
tenced to serve two years and nine 1
months in the federal prison at At
lanta. When arrested more than :
$7,500 worth of drugs were found in
uis possession and mov than $100,
000 worth were located in his Tampa
l-t$u ppifat mi-si
kJVWni fa $- ?rt) i
expenses was the transfer of $1.20
to other funds. The department also
laid a lot of pipintr during the month,
all of which figured in the disburse
ments, and which all amounted to
$4,717. Receipts for the same period
were but $341.1".
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STARS CHARLES RAY
Charles Ray who demonstrated
that he was no bush leaguer in "The
Pinch Hitter," has further opportun
ity to show his ability in "The Clod
hopper," which will be exhibited at
the Isis theater tomorrow. In this
new Triangle play by Monte M Kat
terjohn, in which he is presented as
star by Thomas H. Ince, he shows !
: his versatility as a dancer by "step-
j ping" his way to success in a Broad
way muical revue.
The scenes of the play are laid on
a New England farm and in New
York City. Many elaborate settings
I are used to represent the cabarets
ana tho gay restaurants that go to
make up New York's nTght life. Some
of the most interesting scenes are
said to take place in a theater where
a musical revue is being produced.
Kay, as the country , bumpkin, makes i
.the hit of tne show- Among those
sunnortinsr him in the lartre cast are
Margery Wilson, Lydia Knott, Chas
French and Thomas Guise.
v ETHEL BARRYMORE
IN THE CALL OF HER PEOPLE
The Journal's "Want Ad
way will et you results.
Escambia s Tax Levy Will
Be 2x2 Mills Less This Years
Following is the budget completed Tuesday by tho bonrd of county
commissioners, for Escambia county. It involves 2 1-2 mills less levy
than the budget of last year:
ESTIMATE EXPENSES GENERAL FUND ESCAMBIA COUNTY FOR THE FIS
CAL YEAR, ENDING SE PTE M B EH 30TH, 1918.
saiary ot cierx of the Circuit Court as County Auditor and CWk to County
Commissioners " .
Per Diem $1,040 and Mileage $700. SO of Corr.misMonfr?
Pay of Sheriff for Attendance on County Commtst-ioners
Salaries of Other Officers and Employees;
Jude;e cf Criminal Court of Record
Attorney for County Commissioners '. '. '. '. '. '. '.
Supervisor of Registration
Attorney Pilot Commissioners
Repajrs to County Buildings:
Court House and Annex
Furniture and fixtures for:
Kxrenses of County Buildings:
Janitors and Other Attendants
Light. Fuel and Water
1 r 00 00
1.7 10 SO
J .JmVI pO
3. 000 00
s, 500. 00
Gainesville Prof. R E. Chandler
has been appointed a member of tht
State Board of Engineering Examin
ers- This board was created for the
purpose of acting upon the qualifka- J
t ions of those who are to practice
engineering in Florida- Professor
Chandler is also a member of tha
Exemption Board for North Florida.
Tallahassee Prof. W- N Sheats, j
state superintendent of public in- I
struction, was elected vice president I
of the National Educational Associa- j
tion at the annual convention held at
New Orleans 3; Memphis 2.
At Memphis: R. H E.
New Orleans 3 6 4
Memphis 2 5 0
Walker and Higgins; Blodgett and
Ruel; umpires, Wlllett and Robinson.
LIFE IS SAVED
Sample Shoe Store
23 South Palafox.
HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN AND
WOMEN. 40 PER CENT LESS
THAN YOU WOULD PAY
MARSTON & QUIKA,
Wilt Florida' Oldest Furnltur
Exclusive Agent G.obe-Wernicke
. mk Cae.
At Chicago 5-3; Washington 0-2.
At Detroit 9-1; Philadelphia 2-3.
At St- Louis 3; Boston 2.
At Cleveland 2; New York 1.
At New York 6; Chicago 1.
At Philadelphia 1: Cincinnati 3.
At Brooklyn 2; St. Ixuis 1.
At Philadelphia 1; Cincinnati 3.
At EostorMO: Pittsburg 6.
At Nashville 8-0; Birmingham 1-1.
At Memphis 2; New Orleans 3.
At Chattanooga ft; Atlanta 2
At Eittle Rock 0; MohUe 1.
Woman Suffering from Dreaded Mal
ady Knows Treatment Saved
Miss Annie Wright, Livingston,
Tex., writes: "I feel well and can do
my housework just as good as I ever
did. I thank you many times for
your treatment, for it saved my life,
I know "
There is no longer any doubt that
Pellagra can be cured. So sure are
we that we can cure it, that we guar
antee absolutely to refund the money
in case the remedy fails to cure.
Don't delay. It is your duty to con
sult the resourceful Baughn now.
Write today for tie free book on Pel
legra and learn of the remedy that
has at last been found. Address
American Compounding Co. Box 2059
Jasper, Ala. adv-
In the Switzerland of America
The Land of the Sky
WAYNESVXLLE, N. C.
Highest Town East of the Rockies
Keep Cool and Enjoy Yourself at tho Ever Popular
WAYNESVILLE, N. C
Best Table in the Mountain Country.
Delightful social features. Continual amusement, including Danc
ing, Concerts by First-Class Orchestra, Bathing, Tennis, Horseback
Riding and Automobiling. Picturesque location. The Hotel Gordon
is a thoroughly modern house, with hot and cold water in every room..
For reservation and rates, address
F. O. DUNHAM, Prop., Waynesville, N. C
3 f0 iri
4 'nl. 00
Car of County Poor:
I'.epairs and Additions to Pot Hnuffs and F-i'rr
Furniture and Fixtures for Hounes and Farm?
E pen.es OpTation of poor UmiPM and Farms
Allowance Made to Pampers o.,t!ld rf Poor H"'jps
Coroner's Inquest?: Fees of Officers. Jurors and A"ltneSe " "'
Insanity Inquiries: Fees of Officers and Committers
Stationery and Printing::
General Stationery Blank etc
Record Books ' '
Advertising Required by Law and Paid for 'tv Countv
Commissions Paid to Officers:
Tax Assessor ....
Tax Collector 00.00
lerk Court Record, Court Work, etc
Sheriff. General Court Work . ." . . .
I lerk Circuit Court, rtecord.ng and General
I J-.xpenses of Primary KU-otion 191S
I'uuruy jiiogf, Incidentals ...
J Payment to City. Road an iirt.lge Indebtedness"
I Home r)emopsl-ator -
I American National Bank
Plount Construction Case Expense J. M ' Jort'nVon
Diuuni construction Case Geo. Rorrmell
ESTIMATE OP EXPENSES FINE AND FORFEITURE VuND ESCAMBIA COUN
cv TT0R THE P'SCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1918.
iicr::i ana .Deputies. (JOSt Kills IV rr m M r-je nnn n
Consta.b!fs, Cost Bills in Criminal Cases . nn A
f lprL- rvf t V, ".r(T,l r-- t- j . . - . ' ' "
-.-.. -r j X UI 1 11 decora, cost m (. riminal Cases 1 0"0 00
County Judj?e. Cost Bills in Criminal Cases iso.oo
Justice of the Pence. Cost Bills in rrimtii ir.e
County Solicitor, Conviction Fees
Bajliffs, Pay for Attendance on Criminal Court
Court Stenographer in Insolvencv Cases
Other Expenses of Criminal Prosecutions
Sheriffs Commission on Fines, etc., Collected
Transport, Paid for, and Discharge Money Paid Vo Countv Convict's- Worked
PaHry of Judp-e of Juvenile Court
Salary of Probation Officers
Interest on F. & F. Fund Warrants
Retiring Outftand!r.g F. & F. Fund Warrants".'.'.'.'.
ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES ROAD FUN D. ESCA M B I A COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL
.-,-. , YEAR, ENDINQ SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1918.
f-aiarjes of .Road Superintendents and Overseers 1 t-t oo
Paid to County Commissioners for Road Inspection .'.".' . fioo 00
.construction and Maintenance of Roads ar.d Brldeet:
Cost of Material:
Districts 3 4 5
Cement $ 50 oo t 50.00 $ soo 00
Brick jno ot
Pipe 100.00 ioo-
iAimber 1200.00 1300 on 2-,oo on
O.nders 150.03 ion. 00 , " f.iso f 0
Tools and Machinery, Cost and Repairs llO. lioo. 11 00 3 .?on.ro
Live Stock. Cost and Care and Feeding 2575 on 2400 00 25'"0.oi 7.475 CO
Paid for Free Iabor, Other Than Guards.. 1944.00 l44.oo 2?4 or. ;.2 52 00
Pay of Convict Guards 1S0 00 i?sn 00 iTtn nr 5 04 fr
Feeding and Care of Convicts on Roads 2740.00 24V 22i n0 S.500 00
Payments on Account of Bridges Built 500. soo. 701 ; ono m
Material and Labor on Barrancas Road 300000
E. I. FISSEL .
rresh and Smoked Sausage, Bologna,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
306 Eat Wright Street
' ' -
and Barcelona Streets.
Freckles and His Friends
No, He Doesn't Look It
WIRE YOUR HOME!
MAKE IT AS COMFORTABLE
AS YOUR OFFICE.
COME ONJ.'&OYS AND
S.tND IN AMY
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