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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30, 1917.
6 BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 15, Cleveland 1. R. H. E. Detroit .....15 18 0 Cleveland 1 6 1 Batteries: Dauss, Cunningham and Stanage and Yelle; Bagby, Torkelson and O'Neill and DeBerry. Umpires, Owens and Connolly. St Louis 0-1, Chicago 6-11. First fame R. H E. 1 0 St. Louis 0 6 Chicago Ratteries: Koob, Wright and Sev- ercid; Russell and Schalk. Umpires, Ijineen and Hildebrand. Second game R. H. E. St. Louis 1 3 3 rVnVno-n 11 12 3 Batteries: Rogers, Wright and Hale; Benz, Danforth and Schalk and Lynn. Umpires, Hildebrand and Dineen. nationuTleague Pittsburg 5, New York 6. R. H. E. Pittsburg 5 9 1 New York 6 12 2 Batteries: Miller, Fletcher, Steele and W. Wagner and Schmidt; Dema ree, Tesreau, Sallee and Rariden. Um pires, Quigley and Byron. Chicago 1, Brooklyn 2. R. H. E. Chicago 1 6 1 Brooklyn 2 11 2 Batteries: Hendrix and Elliott anl Wilson; Smith and Miller. Umpire;, Rigler and Bransfield. St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3. R. H. St. Louis 5 9 nKi'or.lnViia 3 l E. 1 o Batteries: Meadows, Watson and Snyder; Alexander and Killifer. Um pires, O'Day and Harrison. Cincinnati 5, Boston 4. R; H. Cincinnati 5 13 E. 1 1 Boston Batteries: Toney, Eller and Wingo; $1 Down, $1 per Week WILL FURNISH A HOME FROM THIS STORE. 4ITUKC v.unr. ALKCOIl DRUG CO. The Precrlptlon Stor." Phone 19 or 123. joe's Market and Grocery Cor. Gadsden and Alcanlr Streets HANDLE BEST WESTERN MEATS FHONE 602 t J. C. Home, Prop. , Notice to Ic Coasunsrs! Our wagons are equipped with sea let and consumers will please exact cor rect weight and report any dlscourteaj of drivers to o(Tlc nhones 69 or Xlf. Pensacola Ice Company Sample Shoe Store 23 South Palafox. HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. 40 PER CENT LESS THAN YOU WOULD PAY ELSEWHERE. Office, 227.232 E. Garden. Phone 400 "SERVICE FIRST" City Transfer Company, of Pensacola, Inc. ALL KINDS OF HAULING. THE OLD RELIABLE" REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. xm L Everybody RESULTS LEAGUE STANDING National League. Clubs W. L. New York 76 41 Philadelphia 60 48 Cincinnati 67 61 St. Louis 61 58 Brooklyn 56 57 Chicago 59 62 Boston 47 62 Pittsburg 37 76 American League. Clubs W- L. Chicago 2 46 Boston 73 47 Pet .650 .556 .524 .513 .496 .488 .431 no- Vet. .641 .609 .."27 .524 .4M .460 .386 .370 Cleveland 68 61 Detroit 65 59 New York 56 63 Washington 55 63 St. Louis 49 78 Philadelphia 44 75 Southern League Clubs W. L. New Orleans 84 51 Atlanta 83 52 Birmingham 73 60 Memphis 70 67 Chattanooga 68 68 Nashville 66 67 Little Rock 60 72 Mobil! 34 102 Pet .322 .612 .548 .511 .500 .496 .455 .350 Nehf and Tragresser. Umpires, Klemj and Err.slie. Ten inning?. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta 8, Birmingham 3. K. H. Atlanta 8 10 Birmingham 3 3 E. 0 4 Batteries: Bre-c-r and Terkins; Comftock and Faworth. I'mpires,! Breitenstein and rfenr.in.--er. j Two Gaines Postponed. I Chattanooga-Memphis, no game, wet grounds. Nashville-Little Rock, no game, wet grounds. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League. At Chicago 6-11, St. Louis 0-1. At Cleveland 1, Detroit l'. No others scheduled. National League. At New York 6, Tittsburg 5. At Brooklyn 2, Chicago 1. At Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 4. At Boston 4, Cincinnati 5. Ten in nings. Southern League. At Birmingham 3, Atlanta 8. At Little Rock-Nashville, rain. At Memphis-Chattanooga, rain. Only three scheduled. All T-. c r.i- Eradicated from the System By the Greatest of All Purifiers. A common mistake in the treat ment of scrofula has leen the use f mercury and other mineral mix tures, the effect of which is to bot-tL- up the impurities in the blood, and hide them from the surface The impurities and dangers are only added to in this way. For more than fifty years S. S. S. has, been the one recognized reliable blood remedy that has been used Doings of (the THIS Y4ELL, I SUPPOSE- OF VtfUfcE 54TISFIED NOM THAT I ALL Dolled up in tus ATT OPEM FACED SUIT 7, 1 Invited! Everybody Welcome! Everybody Free! Meet STUDEBAKER AGENT LEAVES FOR ATLANTA Percy W. Tienan, Southern Sales Manager for the Studebaker Automo bile Company, together with J D Renshaw, Southeastern Sales Man ager for the same company, with headquarters in Atlanta, have been in the city for the past two days. Mr. Tienan states that their busi ness throughout the South has -increased to such an extent until it was beyond the capacity of the Atlanta branch to take care of, and that the principle object of their visit here, as other branch offices, was with a view of the complete organization of all forces so that they could be in a position to take care of the big busi ness of the fall season with prompt ness and accuracy. Messrs. Tienan and Renshaw, to-1 gether with Ed Percy, local manager ; of the Studebaker department of the Pensacola Buggy Works, are leaving this morning for a motor trip to At lanta. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS G. C. Clopton and wife to Cecelia Kilbee, Aug 20, 1017. $1.00 and 01 her, 19 acres of the Vidal and Fon tinelle Grants, township 1, south rane 30, west. David Sullivan to National Land Sales Co . July 31, 1917, $100 00 and other, south 1-2 of north 1-2 of south west 1-4 of northwest 1-4, section 7, township 1 south, range 30 west. Susannah Catherine Boley and M. C , her husband to Mary E. Baars, Aug. 22, 1917, $100.00 and other, 121.83 acres in VHal and Fontinelle Grant Maxent Corporation to Chas. H Simpson. Trustee. Aug 24, 1917, $1.00 and other, East 1-2 lot 19. all lot 20. block 17 of the Maxent Tract. William J. Owen and Chas W. Mil- i lc tn FnrlA V Chase. Auc. lfi. 191 i. $75 00, Five acres located in north east 1-4 of southwest 1-4, section 1, township 1, south range 32 west Adelaide Bell as. Executrix est. W L. Bell, deceased, bv sheriff, to H. A. Ard. Lots 3. 4 and 5, S D. lot 13, S. D. DeVillier Grant, section 9, township 2 south range 30 west- ARE YOU UNLUCKY? Most sickness is traced to carelefs- ness or neglect, but unfortunates who suffer from hay fever or asthma can I attribute their ailments to bad luck. In Aupust the air is full of pollen J nnrl Hnsr that cause trouble for some! vet others are never bothered. No remedy does more to relieve hay fever and asthma than Foley's Honey ani Tar, the well known family medi cine for coughs, colds and croup. It clears and sooths the afflicted nose, throat and bronchiel tubes D'Alem -berte's Pharmacy. Adv. with highl-" satisfactory results for Scrofula. Being made of the roots and herbs of the forest , it is guaran teed purely vegethle. and absolutely free from all mineral ingredients. You can obtain S. S. S. from any drugstore. Our chief medical adviser is an expert on all blood disorders and will cheerfully give you full advice as to the treatment of your own ease. Address Swift Specific Co., Dept. P-37. A-tlanta. Ga. adv. Duffs IS THE Bl6 Dance sr. THE MOMTH AT SOOLL SEE MOST OF TVE MEM IM .-li'iHI! I RE PA0LOP1 A ! 1 Ed 8 TT-3 i dm n i i ii it - . AMUSEMENTS "BORROWED PLUMAGE." Much has been written of ludicrous costumes as worn by stage and 1 :i t .....-m : vat ot comeav ro;es, dui ii wuuiu; difficult to find a more groteso'ie ! farcial outfit than that worn by , be or Bessie Barriscale in the latest Tn- j &t Bessie Barriscale In Triangle PIayt "Borrowed Plumage." angle play. "Borrowed Plumage," by J G. riaks. Her appareance on the studio grounds at Culver City during the production of "Borrowed Plumage", which shows at the Isis tomorrow, was always greeted with hearty laughter. But "tattered Bessie" took it all good nati'redly, for if her associates found amusement in her appearance certainly the public would receive her efforts with approbation- And her forecast, proved true- it is said, haz I GAIL KANE TN "THE SERPENT'S TOOTH." Gail Kane, the fascinating yountr Broadway favorite, whose scored success in "The Hyphenv, 1s at her best in "The Serpents looth, a production just completed under Ameri n-Mutual auspices, Miss Kane herself believes that "The Serpents Tooth which comes, to the Honita tomorrow, is the most : effective photodrama in which she j has ever appeared, her role beins: t.hit. i of Faith Channing, a New Fneland girl, who has been reared under a strict Puritan code, but who is driven j to a frenzy of fast living by a brutal ! husband- i Faith Channing and Jack Stilling, I have grown up together. .Milling . . -i.i' .; ! . I T ' V L ' ' I . lit 1 in HHP with Faith but, being poor, dares not offer her marriage. Jim Winthrop, a wealthy young man. returns from college, marries Faith, tires of her, is cruel and un faithful, and dies from drink, where upon Stilling essays the task of re claiming Faith from the e?il associa tions of her late husband's set and succeed?. It is a thrilling drama and no in which Miss Kane make? the most of her emotional opportunities- "JOAN THE WOMAN." Adolph Zukor brines to the motion HFLE4,m 60H6 I DOW I hi THc L08BS VOU COME POWU VJHEJ4 NOU 6ET VOUR HAI f1 ALL FRIZZED V Lid -n. , W K'rn Thursday, August the BEACH the Young Men of Our a keen perception He says that a picture to be a success must be a pu ture suggesting a thought He ; had in mind the hie production. ''Joan ; the Woman," which will b feen a, the Isis Theatre on Wednesday and -i inursaav, f ept. o ana o. "I realize that we frequentlv havf ! to discruise the fact that a pic'turo. to be successful, must create j5c : sion," was h;? thoughtful comment "But it is true nevertheless." "Joan of Arc was a woman abut whose life there was r oven a t' r.-- : thread of idealism. Her life is !;k-- ! a poem, and Jeanie Macpherson hrss 1 caught the real element of poetry .r. j her handling of the scenario. I "Miss Geraldine Farrar is the ar i tist above all others who is suitf to the part. With her help we have ! subordinated the detail to the value or the story uur spectacular scenes, which are real enough to grip the hearts of any eye witness, are never shown without just cause. "Whatever else may be said of 'Joan the Woman,' no or.o -u" that we have not fully clothed our skeleton with strong material "I do not believe that the depth of the human heart has even yet been plumber I believe that as we progress we shall see more clearly the requirements of a more descern ing public and we shall change our ideas to correspond." HAS RECOVERED HER HEALTH. So many women are suffering simi lar afflictions that this testimonial letter from Mrs. Laura Beall, Tlatts burg., will be read with interest: "I pot in bad health. My left side hurt all the time. I took doctor's medicine, but it did me no good. T took two bot tles of Folev Kidnev Tills and I fee! i all right now." 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Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerojs cal omel now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of calomel is al most stopped entirely here. .Adv. i Th ermos and Universal Vacuum1 Bottles S2 to $4 X o iiipnienT of flashlights ska tcs iut inny or-; :;-ivccl. Wilson-Biggs Co. .c :iortm;m s More i Est.iblisned Over 21 Years) Pensacola Buggy WorksL STtDESAKtH CAHS. Repairs PaVtt Accessories and Supplies. Phons 105 N. Palafox St. y ROYAL TYPEWRITERS MAYES PRINTING CO. FINE JOB PRINTING Office Supplit-9 17-19 W. Government St. Phone 181 D'ALEMBERTES PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE" MARSTON & QUI In A, Wear FlorlJa'a Oldest Furniture Houm. Exclusive Agent G.obe - Wsrnlck k Ca. TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION Oft DYSPEPSIA. TAKE A DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFOFE AND AFTER EACH M EA 25c Box. TV A t - . T I" V 1 ) 1 -I r- - V V J. lie viyaiai i iini ..lcn.y. It fft! Hi tMtn unnatural discharge; Dalclcsa. Jint-nolaonoua y-and will not itnetsra.' 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