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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3, 1917.
BASEBALL SOUTHERN LEAGUE Chattanooga 2, Atlanta 4. R. H. E. Chattanooga 2 6 0 Atlanta 4 10 1 Batteries: Terclue and McDaniels; Day, Bressler, Sheehan and Perkins. Umpires, Moran and Chestnut. Game Postponed. Memphis-New Orleans game post poned account of rain Nashville 5-0, Birmingham 3-6. First game R. H. E. Nashville 5 9 0 l;i:-minj?ham 3 11 2 1 latteries: Ellis, Scott and Mar shall; Johnson, BlacV and Smith. Um pires, Kerin and Pfenninger. Second frame R . H. E. Nashville 0 2 0 Birmingham 6 10 2 Batteries: Decatur and Marshall; Milligan and Haworth. Umpires, Kerin and Pfenninger. Wet, Grounds. Little Rock-Mobile no game account of wet grounds. nationaTTeague Boston 4-4, Chicago 6-3. Firtt game R. H. E Boston 4 14 1 Chicago 6 10 0 Batteries: Barnes and Tragesser; Hendricks and Elliott. Umpires, Rig ler and Bransficld. Second game R. H. E. Boston -4 7 2 Chicago 3 10 1 Batteries: Walsh, Allen, Ragan and Tragresser; Vaughn and Dilhoefer. Umpires, Bransfield and Rigler. Brooklyn 6, Cincinnati 2. R. H. E. Brooklyn 6 15 2 Cincinnati 2 8 0i Batteries: Cheney and Miller; Schmeider, Mitchell, Eller and Wingo. Umpires, Harrison and O'Day. New York 7, Pittsburg 3- R. H. E. New York 7 10 0 Pittsburg 3 9 4 Batteries: Benton, Demaree and Rariden; Miller, Carlson and Schmidt. Umpires, Klem and Emslie. Pittsburg 6, St. Louis 0. R H E Philadelphia 6 11 1 St. Louis 0 2 0 Batteries: Oeschger and Adams; Goodwin, May and Snyder- Umpires, Quigley and Byron. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 7, Boston 1. R. H. E. Chicago 7 10 0 Boston 1 7 2 lotteries: Faber, Danforth and By reason of the rough dlstrlbu. tlon with the drug trade In the United Statea and lower selling costi, reduced prices are now pos sible for Eckman's Alterative FOR THROAT AND LUNGS Stubborn Coughs and Colds No Alcohol, Narcotic or Habit forming Drug $2 Size $1 Size Now $1.50 Now 50 cts Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia Hot Weather Necessities My showing of Ice Tea Glasses, Water Sets, Ice Cream Dishes, Fruit Dishes, etc., Is most complete. Will C. Diffenderfer. JEWELER BALKCOn DRUQ CO. "The Prescription Store." Phone 19 or 123. U. S. Army Uniforms Tailored to Measure LONDON WOOLEN MILLS 117 South Palafox Street MEYER SHOE CO. PALAFOX AND ROM AN A STREETS "Right On the Corner" ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. palafox and Gregory Streets Phone 415 BUY Gonzalez Corn Meal AT YOUR GROCERS. A fine table meal frround in Pensacola of the choicest milling corn M. F. Gonzalez & Co., Pensacola. Fla. WIRE YOUR HOME! MAKE IT AS COMFORTABLE AS YOUR OFFICE. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY RESULTS LEAGUE STANDING American League. Clubs W- L. Chicago 63 37 Boston 59 37 New York 50 45 Cleveland 53 48 Detroit 51 48 Washington 43 54 Philadelphia 35 57 St. Lour, 36 63 National League. Clubs W L. New York 59 31 St Louis 52 46 Philadelphia 48 40 Cincinnati 54 49 Chicago 49 50 Brooklyn 46 46 Boston 40 52 Tittsburg 31 55 Sor'Lrn League- Clubs W- L. Atlanta 70 43 New Orleans 63 42 Birmingham 61 48 Nashville 55 55 Memphis 53 54 Chattanooea 54 60 Little Rock 47 62 Mobile 32 76 I I Pet. i .630 j 615 .526! .525 ' .515 ' .443; .380' .364 Pet. .656 .531 .546 .524 .495 .500 .435 .360 Pet. .621 .618 .560 .500 .495 .474 .431 296 Schalk; Shore, Penno:k, Agnew and Cady. Umpires, O'Loughlin and Dineen. St. Louis 3-1, New York 0-3. First carr.e R. H E. St. Lonis 3 4 1 Vow VnrL- O F, '? Batteries: Groom and Severeid;i Russell, Shockers, Love and Walters. Umpires, Evans and Moriarity. J Second game R. H. E. i New York 3 4 0 St Louis 1 6 2 Batteries: Shawkey and Nuna maker; Plank, Martin and Severeid. Umpires, Evans and Moriarity. Detroit 2, Washington 4. R. H. E. Detroit 2 9 3 Washington 4 6 1 Batteries: Ehinke, Stanage and Yelle; Gallia. Johnson, Henry and Ainsmith. Umpires, Hildebrand and Connolly. Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 5. R. H. E. Cleveland 4 7 5 Philadelphia 5 7 1 Batteries: Gould, Coumbe, Dickin son, O'Neill, Deberry; Schauer, My ers, Haley and Owens. Umpires, Nallin and McCormick YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League At Boston 1, Chicago .7. At New York 0-3, St. Louis 3-1. At Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 4. At Washington 4, Detroit 2. National League At Chicago 6-3; Boston 4-4; second game 10 innings. At St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 6 At Pittsburg 3, New York 7 At Cincinnati 2, Brooklyn 6. Southern League. At Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 2. At Birmingham 3-6, Nashville 5-0. Second game 7 inninsjs by agreement. At Mobile-Little RocTc, no game account of wet grounds At New Orleans-Memphis, no gams account of rain. The Journal's "Want Ad way will ?et you results. The Banking Savings & Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Banking Only Trust Company in Weit Florida. WE BUY AND SELL BONDS People's Supply Store Phones 213 and 97C. 'THE STORE THAT SELLS THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES" Doings of the rmS OUvIA AMD I Eit some, of :; InT SHOPPIHG To DAN W r-1 fj 1 PRtpARATloM FbR OOR H VMAT 3 ALL ' lP? That stuff, A UWLB" POKER NOW FEELS 25 YE8RS YOUNGER Railroad Man Was Sick for Months and Fell Off Until He Was Almost Shadow- Gaing 20 Lbs. on Tanlac. "If the people of this town only knew how much good this Tanlac has done me you would sell ten thou sand bottles tomorrow," said H S. Booker, a well-known railroad man, residing at 669 Bass street, Nashville, Term- "1 am fifty-seven years old and was never sick a day in my life to amount to anything until about three months ago," he continued, "when 1 began having trouble with my stom ach. 1 thought nothing mich about at at the time but finally got so 1 couldn't eat anything. My liver wai also out of order and my tongue was always coated; in fact. I was so bil ious my face 'was as yellow as a pumpkin, and I simply felt miserable all the time. "At times I would have dull ach ing pains in my forehead My limbs wcvjld tremble and my hands and feet would feel numb and cold. 1 fell off rapidly in flesh and strength and got down to where I was almost a shadow of my former self. My back would hurt me nearly all the time, and when I would stoop over, I could hardly straighten up again. "All the boys in the railroad yards got to noticing how bad I was look ing, and every day some of my friends would offer to take some of my work off my hands- Finally 1 was on the verge of giving up my job when several of them got after me to take Tanlac, so I went to the drug store and got a bottle- "A short time after I began taking the medicine I returned to my work and I began to get stronger every day until I actually felt twenty-five vears vounErer- My digestion im proved and I got so I could eat any thing; in fact, it looked like I was hungry all the time- "The color inmy face returned and I have actually gained twenty pounds. I don't think I ever felt bet ter in my life than I do right at this minute. I am .satisfied that Tanlac saved me a big doctor's bill, and maybe my life, besides weeks of lost time from my work. "My recovery is the talk of the neighborhood and five of my neigh bors are takine Tanlac, as well as a large number of the railroad men where I am employed." Genuine Tanlac is sold only and exclusively in Pensacola by the Crys tal Pharmacy Adv. LOCAL DISPLAY IS MM OF PRIZE The Boston Shoe Store, of this city has just been advised that the fine window STsplay of Dr Scholl's Foot Comfort Devices, which manv read ers will remember seeing in t!ie win dow of that store during the Foot Comfort Week (June 18th to 23rd. was awarded a valuable prize by the judges of the Scholl Window Trim ming Contest. This great honor can only be ap preciated to the full when it is con sidered that this Foot Comfort Week was an event which covered the en tire United States and Canada, and that this prize was won in competi tion wtth the thousands of window displays which were entered in the contest. Almost every shoe dealer on the continent who gives Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Srvice to his customers was in the contest, and the number of such dealers runs into many thousands. Frank J. Barberi. who trimmed th window is being congratulated by everybody, and is deserving of the honors gained "The prize," says Mr Barberi. of the lucky store, "is welcome, but the window display had already well' re paid the time and thought expended upon it through the many people with uncomfortable feet which it in duced to come in All of these will probably be regular customers in the future and will send their friends to get the foot comfort which can only be obtained through the proper Dr Scholl Appliance, properly fitted by a trained foot student." This "Dr. Scholl' Foot Comfort Week" is to be a regular annual event Duffs PREPARATION THCRES Too IT TAXBS ALuTUe PLEASURE OUT Of A VACATioa CAM EE READS TO SO OH "FIVE MIH0TES KOTICE ff cuuths PISTOL John Smith, colored, arrested near Walnut Hill and charged with carry ing concealed weapons, pleaded guilty in the court of record yester day morning and was fined $100 and costs. Immediately upon the fine be ing imposed, the negro's Doss-man," as he referred to him, asked the clerk to make up his bill of costs, and upon receiving this, the "boss-man" wrote his personal check for the check for the amount and the negro was rplncpH It is claimed that labor in the i and this in part is said to have been i 1 - . .. one oi me reasons tor the anxiety ot his employers to get the negro out of trouble and put him back to work again. VOLUNTEER DRILL MASTER REWARDED Sergeant McCartney, of Fort Bar rancas, was presented with a wrist watch Wednesday night by Company I, as an expression of appreciation for his untiring work in drilling in the non-coniriissioned officers of the local militia company- The drill work by the sergeant has been held since the company was or ganized, and commanded the admi ration of every member of the com pany. in the future, designed to wake neo ple up to the needs of their feet, an the display contest will likely be A yearly feature. Mr. Barberi, who is most enthusiastic about this Scholl Foot Comfort Service in the store, in tends to go after more honors next year. GERMANS CLAIM BIG GAINS NEAR BUKOWINA Berlin, Aug. 2. Via London. Austro-German troops have made further advances in Bukowina and are now standing before Kimpslung, says today's army headquarters announce ment. North of Czernowitz and south of the Dniester they are approaching the Russian frontier. BIG .1 eleraione ADDITIONS IN JULY Anderson, A. J., Res 1503 Anderson, Mose, Res 1480 Boone, E. AM Res 1937 Butt, A. J., Res 1779 Caldwell, Miss Fanny F., Res 370 Diaz, A. H., Res 1869 Epple, Mrs. Jno., Res r 2306-R Eubanks, J. I., Res 1593 Golay, Bert, Res 1045 Graham, J. W., Bus 2026 Greenblatt, E., Res 1076 Hallmark Transfer Co., Bus 647 Herrington, J. M., Res 1927 Horton, T. Sam'l, Res 1379 Johnson, George, Res 1798 Kimberl's Market, Bus 574 Lovendahl, Mrs. Mary, Res 1867 Ryan, C, Res 1051 Sheppard, Mrs. John, Res 1435-4 Shall, Steve, Res 1939 Strickland, Lt. G. B., Res 1590 Sugden, Lt. C. E., Res 1769 Every Bell Telephone Is a SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY J. T. PEELE, District Manager. Helen Is Not PPEPAPATJOM? Like fw sou CAi -Noo VJOHT E REAON FOR ATi-EAST MUCH PREPAE&Tiort 1 TEM PANS - 1 1 ' I . AMUSEMENTS Sham Fight Develops Into a Savage One. The rough and tumble fight be tween Harry Hilliard, Walter Law and Glenn White who appear in the William Fox super de luxe photo drama "Heart and Soul," foirided on Sir Rider Haggard's "Jess." which comes to the Isis next week, is one those three players will never for get. White started the rumpus by at tacking Law With their tempe:r made very touchy by indispositions each set to the other with a venge ance. Mr. Hilliard entered the scene by felling Law with a blow on the face. After th battle had been repeated twice each man sought a cool spot to rest. Director-General J. Gordon Edwards of the William Fox produc ine: forces congratulations for their spirited fight fell on deaf ears. They weren't in the least interested. The director, however, was. He thinks he has discovered a sure way to make an actor fight- That is to get him when he's not feeling well. Fannie Ward in "The Crystal Gazer" In the Laskv-Pararoount production "The Crystal Gazer." which will be sen at the Isis tomorrow with the popular star, Fannie Ward in the principal role, three distinct char acters are played bv Miss Ward. She is seen as the mother and two ! daughters, and in the latter part of j the production one girl rescues the other from a burning building. Miss Ward, gives to each character so dis tinct a characterization that at no time is her identity confused in the ' minds of the audieTice. Star of Griffith's intolerance in "The Innocent Sinner." Environment and the evils to which ill surroundings lead one, form the theme of the new drama "The Inno cent dinner," which R A. Walsh has i ade for William Fox with Miriam Cooper in the leading role. The pic-j ture will be shown at the Isis The- j atre Sunday. j The girl, Mary Ellen (Miss Cooper), l is brought to the city by a man's un-; filled promise to marry her. When the j man is murdered she flees, and at tempts to make an honest living. She later meets Dr. David Groham (Charles Clary), friend of the muf dered man. He falls in love with Mary Ellen, but turns from her when he learns wit she had indirectly been the cause of his friend's death. Dr Lischkoff will be out of the city until August 20. Long Distance Station Partial, However 1 stopped m at ourl Q I'm Vers or?i2S hp. : , "TAL0f?i TkiS AMD DUFF- VoO SUwi-D HAVE- VJ4AT DO i CWEED .If CALLED ME SOoMER.- , i,. J!,. ) Awdtmey wtBe phaoVT 1 have The soods all HSH Ir l TRN-Ofi UNTIL. rg ) COT NOW I A fgfe " r&- f IT? 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