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What Makes it the Best7
Bowman's Pasteurized Milk
Diamond Crystal Salt
Choice Cocoamit and Peanut
Combined you get the
HIGHEST QUALITY made
Do Not Buy
Until you see
Xow shown at
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Chicago Peoria St. Louis
Grain and Provisions
Beef pot roast 18c
Choice boiling beef .. 15c
Choice steak ........ 25c
Pork loin roast 32c
Pork butts 30c
Pork sausage, link ,. 17c
Pork sausage, bulk ., 20c
Pork hearts 10c
Fresh beef liver ... 12yzc
Fresh hamburg .... 20c
Veal roast 22c
Veal breast 18c
•Jowl bacon 22c
Dry salt side
Dry salt jowls 20c
Hedge Bldg., Jefferson and Fourth Sts.
Cash-Grain and Future Accounts Solicited
Phone 1678 R. W. BAXTER, Mgr.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, AUG. 28, '20
MEAT MARKET 700 MAIN
Fancy cured picnic .. 24c
Weiners ...... 20c
Lunch ham ..
Carolene. 2 for
2 cans tomatoes 25c
Peas, can 15c
Corn, can 15c
XXXX coffee ........ 25c
Baked beans ....*. 14-17c
Cream cheese ....... 35c
Brick cheese 35c
lyimburger cheese .. 38c
Peanut butter 25c
Fancy Sugar Cured Bacon (Half or Whole Side) 34c lb.
Fancy Sugar Cured Hams 38c lb.
Gold Grain Oleomargarine 35c lb.
Swift Lily Oleomargarine '.'.T 3tc lb!
Gem Nut Margarine 30c lb
Wilson Certified Coffee !!.!!! 47c lb."
Market Open Sunday 7:30 till 10 a m.
IHE raCOAHin SPREAD FOR 8REAB
40c a pound
The highest elevation of Dtnmark
proper Is 600 feet above the sea leveL
Watching the Score Board
[Lnited Press Leased Wire Service.]!
Babe Ruth got his forty-fourth
homer. But it didn't have the scoring
ability of John Collins' triple and two
doubles. Weaver's two doubles and
Schalk's and Pelsch's doubles and the
:White Sox trimmed the Yanks sixteen!
The Indians lost another 3 to 2
game to the Athletics, wlten they were
unable to bunch hits off Keefe.
Kopf may be forced to retire for
the rest of the season as a result of a "f
Adams hp)d the Braves to four hits
land the Pirates won, 2 to
Powell hit a homer.
good harness events.
broken finger he received in the flrat! 2:14%, „:15.
Sinning of the Red Philadelphia game.)
.Hutable shut Reds out, 7
Myers collected a couple of doubles
while the Robins were downing tiie
Cubs, 5 to 3. Cadore bad one bad ln
ning when the Cubs scored all their
Weilman kept the BaBton hits scat
tered and the Browns won, 3 to •.
McHenry*s homer with Stock on
first gave the Cards enough runs to
beat the Giants, 2 to 1.
Doak held the Giants to six scatter
O'Neill's double and Brickson's
single in the thirteenth gave Wash
ington the winning run In the first
game at a double bill with Detroit
The Senators failed to carry their ral
|ly through in the second game and
after scoring four runs in the ninth,
lost, 5 to 4.
Keep Your Blood Pure
If you Expect Good Health
Red Blood I* Eneatial
Yon can not overestimate the
importance of keeping the blood
free of rnipurities.
Any slight disorder or impwri
jiVew York 74
iSL Louis 59
Three-year-old pace, purse $250:
Allmore, b. g-, by Dromore
(Thompson) 1 1
Dr. Barl, b. g. (Austin) 2 2
Henry Ford, b. g. (Aldrich) 3 3
Mohart, b. m. (Ellis) 4 4
Time, 2:16%, 2:12%.
2:18 trot, purse $400:
Janos, b. g., by Azoll
(Grubb) 3 1 2 1 1
Chimeswood, blk. s. Al
tizer) -.1 3 1 2 2
Dublin Lady, b. m.
(Waixle) 2 2 3 3
E. C. b. g. (O. D.
Harris) 4 4 4 4
Time, 2:16%, 2:16%. 2:16%, 2:16%.
10 pace, pursa $400:
Little George, b. g, by Geo.
SC Louis, 2 New York, 1.
Pittsburgh, 2 Boston, 1.
Philadelphia, 7 Cincinnati. 0.
Brooklyn. 5 Chicago, 3.
St. Lonis, 8 Boston, 0
Philadelphia, 3 Cleveland,
Chicago, 16 New York, 4.
Washington 3-4 Detroit, 2-5.
(game 13 innings).
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
St. Louis at Boston.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
Chicago at New York.
for an easy win over the field of four
starters. The race went to Allmore
IS BROKEN RACE RESULTS
Mile in 2:12A Made by Allmore in
Three-Year-Old Race at the
Carthage Fair Thur*.
CARTHAGE, 111., Aug. 27.—One
track record was smashed at the
Hancock county fair Thursday when BURLINGTON. Aug. 27.—Thurs
Allmare, in the three-year-old P*c®» day's race results at the Tri-State fair,
reeled off the second heat 2:12%
in straight heats, and the time set is.
considered exceptional on a half-mile
Muscorfte (Austin) 1 1 1
of danger, as every
vital crgan of the body depends
upon the hlood supply to properly
Dcrform its functions.
Running, half mile, purse $100:
Bill Nye, first Dixie Boy, second.
Running, five-eights mile, purse
Bill Nye, first Princess Beraod,
second Dave Hogan, third.
'ar8e measure avoid
Jiat,»Iity to disease, by the use of
•J. S. S., the wonderful b'ood reme
dy that has been in constant use
for more than fifty years. S. S. S.
cleaoKs the blood thoroughly. It
is sold by druggists everywhere.
for valuable literature and med
ical advice absolutely free, write
today to the Medkal Dept., Jv.vift
Specific Company, Swift Labora
tory. Atlanta. Ga.
..:•!. V-- 2"-"
7—8 and 9:15
Two Events Taken in Straight Heats,
With Good Time Made in the
track for three-year-old pacers. (Blackwell) 2
In the 2:10 pace there was Francis Frisco/by" SaiT'sto
more competition, but the money _iR„ /t»_uv
went to Little George in straight In-.,---
heats, with Billy Lee second and King
Ear] third, the horses finishing in
each heat as they did in the race.
In the 2:18 trot there was stiffer
competition. After Chimeswood had
won the first heat he was forced to
take third money in the second, hut
Time—2:1214 2:12% 2:12%
repeated with another first in tho!^|^ •^yood» Allerton
third. Janos had captured the second ,. 2111
heat and Grubb urged the son of jAhauehn, by Aquellm (John
Azoll under the wire in the fourth
heat ahead of Chimeswood in a driv- [EUante. by Exalted (Perse) 2 3 2 3
ing finish. Under the trotting rules! Ti°e—2:154 2:18% 2:17%
the two heat winners alone were per-|2-16%: 2:16%.
mitted to finish the race, and the:
Galesbnrg man sent Janos under the Third Race—2:08 Pace, Purse $500.
wire several lengths ahead of the, Mabel Gentry, by Cotton Paten
Peter Wood colt (Patty) 1 1 1
The mule race, which closed the'Ben Knight, by Knight of
program, attracted six starters and Strathmore (Pearee) 2 2 2
furnished a hippodrome to a day of Everett True, by Searcher
King Victor's wonder picture
A melody of life of every day folks and their joys and sorrows that
thrill and throb with feeling.—A picture the family will more than
enjoy. BRING EVERY MEMBER ALONG.
Also MACK SENNETT'S New Two-Act Comedy—
Here's Another Real Bargain Program
-SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY COMING
Marshal Neilan's Mirthquakr
DON'T EVER MARRY
A geyser of giggles, guaranteed to cure any grouch,
sick well and the well weller.—
signing the petition of the Cleveland
FUce—2:2Q Pace, Purse $1,000.
Williams, by Black
Agnes R-, Archline,
Sempro also Started.
Refuse to Play With Mays.
BOSTON, Aug. 27.—Members of
the Boston Red Sox wfll probably de-1 between Trinity and Baptist teams
cSde today whether they will sign the!
petition of the Cleveland Indians ap- R/fA Af
pealing to all American league play- 1V1A I AL W A I |a few days after Chapman's
ers to join with them in refusing to
play in any game in which Carl Mays,
the Yankee htirler, is assigned to
pitch against them. Last Year He Was Storm Center of
The 8t. Louis and Red Sox player? American League and at Present
resent both the attitude of Mays and Cause of
the New York Yankee management' Strife.
In forcing them to play against the'
New York pitcher. [By L. R. Blanchard, United Press
Members of the St. Louis club have Staff Correspondent]
already announced their intention of CHICAGO, Aug. 27.—Cart Mays,!
pitcher, has been a storm center most
Illinois Todd also started.
Time—2:13% 2:14% 2:11%.
Fourth Race—Three Year Old Pace.
Ike Gratton, by Boy Gratton
(Johnson) 1 1
Prince Tell, by Me tell (Brows
ing) 2 2
Fifth Race—Six Furlong Running,
Trinket, first The Hermit, second
Glenco, third. Time 1:21%.
of bis baseball life.
I Last year the American leagae rec
ords were withheld several months
jwhile President Ban Johnson and club
owners jangled over whether Mays
lawfully belonged to the New York
Yanks or was subject to discipline for
leaving the Bostonians.
This year he fs a center of a storm
that may involve all clubs. Demands
that Mavs be barred from th«» mm*
have flared up again This tlme^thev *ffect
THE DAHjY GATE CITY AND OONSTITOTION DEMOCRAT ™DAY, ATO. 27,192,
It makes the
LAST TIMES TONKiHT
AT 7:00, 8:30, V30, TO 8EE
In a revival of one of his most
ALIVE WIRE HICK
A Fast Action, Hard Hitting
And the Nuttiest of Nuts
Sqoeiks and Squaks
2:00, 3:30, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
Thrilling Story of the North,
west Mounted Police
A new type of air-cooled motor car.
Weighs 800 pounds, runs 50 miles on
a gallon of gasoline, 20,000 mQes to
1 a set of tires. Price $450 f. o. b.
Fairfield. For quick commercial de
Uvery it has no equal. It will not
only make deliveries quickly and
I cheaply, but after business hours the
owner has a passenger car.
We also bay, sell and exchange
I general merchandise, also used cars
of late models. Will trade you big or
small cars for desirable merchandise,
or big cars for small ones or small
ones for big ones.
A. J. BOYD
Distributor Spacke Motor Car
/"fcCr i7rp CTil)een crystallizing among players a
A-'V-Jijlli JT tlw 1 jpian to drive Mays out of the game by
refusing to take the field when he is
St. Paul's Baraca Class Wins Three!to pitch.
to Two Pitchers' Battle in Game The Chicago White.Sox are the only
Which Was Played Last American leaguers who have not tak-
Night. Jen a stand, it was said today.
President Ban Johnson's office has
A wild pitch and a passed ball'said there will be no move by him to
helped to manufacture the winning'take a part in the controversy unless
run for the St. Paul Baracas in their strikes result. Just the same it would
game with the Christians in the be a tough problem for Johnson should
church league. The score was 3 to 2,1all players agree to shun Mays. It
and this was the first defeat thewould be a virtual strike, yet the
Time, Christians have suffered this season. league would study many hours be-
KJann and Shepherd pitched gilt-1 fore taking drastic action. The sea
edged ball and received good support son Is too prosperous to take chances
from the teams. tof dropping everything now.
The season will close with a gams Probably the ire of the Cleveland,
Boston and other players was fanned
by the somewhat callous performance
of Mays in pitching against Detroit
probab,y wou,d have 1x56,1
threaten to cause strife that may call
up the question of the strength of
playing contracts and the power of
owners and league officers.
Since a bull thrown by Mays killed
Bay Chapman, oi Cleveland, there lias
have held him back until wrath had
died down. At the same time it
would have appeared that Mays really
suffered for the accident. I
C. Martin Resigns at End of Week
is Rumor Among Business
Men of Fort
FORT MADISON, Iowa, Aag. 27.-
official report has been
made to date, the information that
C. C. Martin, for two years general
manager and treasurer of the W. A.
Sheaffer Pen eorripany in this city, has
at the encl of thls
Martin haB for a number of years '®s manager.
BARGAIN MATINEE 50C TO $1.50
Something about "Shore A ores
"Shore Acres" is a story of plain New England folk on the rock
ribbed coast of Maine. Martin Berry, a stern old lighthouse keeper,
forbids his spirited daughter Helen to speak to the man she loves!
It is Martin's fondest hope that Helen will marry Josiah Blake, the
village banker. Helen refuses to obey her father, and elopes with
her sweetheart on the "Liddy Ann," a vessel bound down the coast.
Her father learns of her departure, and. insane with rage, ho pre
vents his brother, Nathaniel, from lighting the beacon that will
guide the vessel safely out through the rocks of the harbor. Des
perately the two men battle together in the lighthouse—one to save
the vessel, the other to destroy her. A sou'easter Is raging, and
during their struggle the "Liddy Ann" goes on the rocks and the
passengers are left to the mercy of the storm. The scene fairly
makes the nerves tingle with excitement. What befalls there
after is thrilllrrgly unfolded in this picturization of the greatest
American play of the century. "Shore Acres" is a big human drama
of thrills and heart throbs, replete with delicious humor and ten.
STORY BY J. A. HEARNE, FEATURING
who will be remembered for her excellent work In "Should a
Woman Tell?" You've said it.
TONIGHT—7, 8:15 and 9:30
Another one of those wholesome
human country boy stories that
have made Charles Ray the best
loved actor on the screen.
A tale of Paris and a Jersey
farm. With all the Ray fun,
the Ray thrill, the Ray tug at
"Paris Gren" for the ftluesl
ALSO PATHE NEWS
•jr "Leaves Keokuk 8:00 p. m. Returns 11:15 p.
Leaves Warsaw 8:30 p. m. Returns 12:00 p.
FARE ONLY 75c. TAX INCLUDED.
RiaKo Jazz Orchestra. You simply have to dance when you hear ft.
DONT MISS THIS ONE!
Pen company began in September, [not yet made public his plans for the
1918, as general manager and since future.
that time he has been elected treas
urer as welL
The wonderful growth of the local
being freely .circulated among busi- .business having been tripled in the he was working was struck by a car
ness circles here. jtwo year period that he has served loaded with lime. Perry
institution has in a large measure !of Clarence, Mo., a village near here,
resignation to take taken place during Mr. Martin's ad-iw«* instantly killed on a railroad sid-
now, ministration, the total amount ov'Mng there when the coal car on which
His services with the W- A. Sheaffer as it can be learned Mr. Martin has from 4.00WKK) to 5,000,000 people.
The Chicago Company, Intact, from the Blackatan*
Greatest Comedy Hit
With the same distinguished cast, including:
Gregory Kelly Grace Filkins
Robert Adams Ruth Gordon
Byon Beasley Betty Murray
Guy D'SSnnery Clara Blandick
James T. Ford Joe Wallace
direction of George G. Tyler.
'Clarence was the reigning comedy success in both
New York and Chicago during' the past season.
Prices—First Floor $2.00 and $2.50 balcony, 50c, $100
51.50 and $2.00.^ ..
TOMORROW—2, 3:30, 6:30, 8
LET'S ALL GO
On Moonlight Excusion
With BETTY BLYTHE
And an All Star Cast
that's what everybody loves and
that's what they'll see in this
entertaining photoplay. Also the
newest Rolin' comedy—
"LITTLE MISS JAZZ"
Wffl, Duncan at the* Matinee.
Body Cut In Two.
QUINCY, 111., Aug. 27.—O. C. Perry
So "«r Th. .Ilk Industry of Chin*
from the car directly beneath the
wheels and his body cut In two.