Chillicothe Gazette from Chillicothe, Ohio on April 25, 1914 · 7
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Chillicothe Gazette from Chillicothe, Ohio · 7

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NINEM,1 Mae aft dIMMIE111, MINEEIMIniMPmglinlommMERIMNmimon,,, We mill give any new industry that 1011 locate in our city 81.00 for tach and every man that will be employed by same. There's a Reason Take us by the band and let us how you No. 2, for the employe and everybody who eats. 21 1-2 lbs. best spring wheat flour ' 05c 23 lbs. best granulated sugar. 81.10 S bars Clean Easy Naptha Soap 25c Fancy California Hams tic lb. Red Bird Coffee 27c lb. Churngold Butterine 22c lb. Arbuckle Coffee ...... 20c lb. 1-2 lb. Royal Baking Powder. 19c lb. Pure Gold Baking Soda 8c lb. 3 cans green string beans Oc 3 for 25c 3 cans Fancy Pumpkin 9c 3 for 25c 3 cans Old Style Hominy 9c 3 for 25c 3 cans Michigan Sauerkraut... 9c 3 for 2.'3c chick Feed 2 1-1c lb. scratch Feed 2c lb. Russett Grape Fruit 5c each YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. National Loenue. chicago 2, Cincinnati 1. Brooklyn 8, Boston 1. Philadelphia 8, New York 2. St. Louis 8, Pittsburg 1. American League. Philadelphia 7, New York 6, (11 innings.) St. Louis 6, Detroit 5, (12 inn jogs.) Boston 5. 'Washington 3. American Association. Nlinneapolis-Kansas City, (rain). Milwaukee-St. Paul, (rain). Cleveland 4, Columbus O. Louisville 5, Indianapolis 4. Federal League. Brooklyn' 2, Pittsburg O. Pittsburg 10, Brooklyn 2. Baltimore 10, Buffalo 2. $ ow. A Double Proposition No. le-for the Employer I 1. i Z No matter what your fa- I 4. 111k ,.;-, --&9' vorite beverage may be, you : 1 ',!Y''',14-Pv---ig .41,. -1' will find it served "just 4. -;:s - , 7 , a, , ...., right" at our fountain. The 4. pr 4 V.4-,,..,;of large list of drinks and corn- 4' t i -.; bin which hich we serve af- , 5,-",,A,e. -4 , fords an endless range of : r ;1444 -'-ly hoie I -,:----c.).- ,, A T.," tio""v" a " A n o D1 n;v1 FEDERAL LEAGUE. Clubs. Won. Li St. Louis " Baltimore 5 2 Buffalo 3 3 Brooklyn 3 4 Chicago 3 5 ILdianapolis 3 5 Kansas City 3 5 Pittsburg 2 4 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 4 1 0.111IT DYER Blend Excellene and FtAnAmv Blend Excellence and Economy Sporting APetips. 1 14 HOW THEY STAND, National League. Clubs. Won. Lost. Pct. Pittsburg 7 2 .778 Philadelphia 5 2 .714 Brooklyn 4 2 .600 Chicago 4 4 .500 St. Louis 4 5 .444 New York 0 4 .333 Boston 2 5 286 Cincinnati 2 6 250 American League. Clubs. Won. Lost. Pct. Chicago 7 2 .778 Detroit 6 3 .667 New York 4 3 .571 Washington 4 4 .500 Poston 4 4 500 St. Louis 4 5 .441 Philadelphia 3 4 .429 Cleveland 1 8 ill Amelican Association. Clubs. Won. Lost. Pct. Milwaukee 5 2 .714 IndianapolL3 6 3 667 Loutsvills 6 3 667 Kansas City 5 5 .500 St. Paul 5 5 .500 Cleveland 5 5 .500 Minneapolis 2 5 .286 Columbus 1 7 .125 Won. Lost. Pet 7 2 .778 la 5 2 .711 4 2 .600 4 4 .500 4 5 .444 0 4 .333 2 5 286 2 6 250 merlean League. Won. Lost. Pet. 7 2 .778 6 3 .667 4 3 .571 ri 4 4 .500 4 4 500 Won. Lost. Pet 7 1 875 .e 5 2 .714 3 3 .500 1 3 4 .420 3 5 - .375 ., flour 65c organization walloped the Infants in ' 23 lbs. best granulated sugar. $1.10 GAME.; TODAY. an exhibition game at League Park, S bars Clean Easy Naptha Soap 25c National League. Friday. Both . teams were on their Fancy California Hams lie lb. Cincinnati at Chicago. toes throughout the game and the Red Bird Coffee ' 27c lb. St. Louis at Pittsburg. contingent of fans who attended. Churngold Butterine 2',2c lb. Brooklyn at Boston. were treated to a classy brand of Arbuckle Coffee ...... 2.0c lb. Philadelphia at New York. ball. 1-2 lb. Royal Baking Powder. 19c lb. American League. The visitors belong to a higher-up Pure Gold Baking Soda Sc lb. Chicago at Cleveland. league, their classification being B, 3 cans green string beans oc Detroit at St. Louis. but nevertheless they were mighty . 3 for 25e New York at Philadelphia. lucky to carry away the bacon. Six 3 cans Fancy Pumpkin 9c Boston at Washington. times they hit safely at opportune 3 for 25c American Association. times and these, coupled with one 3 cans Old Style Hominy 9c Cleveland at Columbus. slip, turned the trick. They were 3 for 25c Louisville at Indianapolis. never out of danger, however, for it wa 3 cans Michigan Sauerkraut... 9c Kansas City at Minneapolis. s a fight every step of the way. 3 for 25c Milwaukee at St. Paul. Manager Al's crew hit even harder chick Feed 2 I-4c lb. Federal League. than the Canadians, but only five scratch Feed 2c lb. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. bingles were tallied, the north men Russett Grape Fruit 5c each Buffalo at Baltimore. fielding several that looked good fo: Kansas City at Chicago. the percentage column. "There's a Reason," St. Louis at Indianapolis. ' In the pitching departments Chil- a licothe was the equal if not just a Ross Co. little better than anything they went supply co, th With bar a barely shade the better of , up against. Grover Goshorn worked e argument, the London, Cana dal . I seven innings with a sore arm, and ....,------ they went down before his rapid fire , as easily as did Pete Childs' club in 444-s 1 s I fthoremmound e r 3-ea ri an. the P aet i gRh itlhe yinning, mounted o" nat and 4 4 , t: 'Tastily - atitle Mriull although he was pretty erratic at times, he too toppled the Norsemen. The feature of the game was the hitting of one, Bierbaure, first baseman of the visitors. Twice be arose before Goshorn in all his might and doubled, each time with a man on second. This accounted for two of the runs. The other with which they were accredited, he himself dragged around, sneaking in on a pass ball by Friend. Danford, the sensational catcher, formerly with Cincinnati, and later with Lexington, appeared with the Canadians to advantage. Lamy, who NI as with Chillicothe several seasons ago, was also very much in evidence. Batting as he did, just before Bierbaure, he managed to get on safely every timl and awaited the two baggers. Following is the box score: ; cirn,ity 2otle Brio although he was pretty erratic at times, he too toppled the Norsemen. The feature of the game was the lig i hitting of one, Blerbaure, first base- . i 44 .A a trtra Twicto:t bort nrosP fords an endless range of cholee Ice Cream Soda s, Plain Sodas, Sundaes, Phosphates, Egg Drinks and many excellent specialties. - For health and enjoyment drink Tango at our bun tam n this summer. Clar 0 a401 el' 4METROPOLIT4 MPHARMAGYA. : MEDICINES, PAINTS 372-374 E. Main St. Chillicothe. 1144444141144414444444444444444444444 t 1,11111L A"11.AIWILE.11.7 I They are priced for the I Modest Purse 1 Home Phone 529 Bell Phone 1112 R. WISSLER'S PIIARMACY 46 and 48 North Paint Street THE DAILY SCIOTO GAZETTE, SATURDAY, AVRIL 25, 1914. 875 .714 :500 .420 .375 .375 .375 .333 - . t London, Canada AB I-I PO A E McGonagle, 2b 4 0 3 5 0 Long, If 41200 Lamy, nit 3 2 2 0 0 Mullen, 3b 3 1 0 2 0 Blerbaure, lb 4 2 14 3 0 Whitcraft, ss 3 0 2 2 1 Reidy, rf 30100 Danford, c 30310 !leek ri 1 0 0 1 0 Long, If Lamy, nit Mullen, 3b Dierbaure, lb Whiteraft, ss Reidy, rf Danford, e Heck, p Totals Chillicothe Corbin, rf Parma lee, Zb Shove liu, 2 Nesser, lb mf Houtz, If Friend, c Newnham, ss Goshorn, P Riley, p Totals 31 AB 4 , 31) 2 3 2 4 4 3 Ss 4 2 0 Sundays in Black. IfuNdays in rarenthesis. a 27 15 II 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 PO A 0 0 3 0 4 2 80 20 20 61 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 10 50 10 30 5 27 10 1 London 000201000-3 Chillicothe 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Two-base bitsShovelin, Bierbaure 2, and Mullen. Stolen bases Lamy, Corbin. Sacrifice bitsMullen, Danford, Parmelee, Nesser, Houtz, Ft:lend. Bases on BallsOff Riley, 3; off Hammond, 1; off Heck, 1. IlitbY pitcherShovelin. Passed ballFriend. Struck outBy Goshorn, '4; by Riley, 1; by Hammond, 3. UmpireErtley. Time--1:30. Attendance-125. I BASEBALL NOTES., Beebe, who proved himself too fast for this league two years ago, and was sold, is in the Canadian lineup. He is going better this year, be claims, than ever before in his career and he has high hopes of mount Official Schedule of the Ohio State League O.' V... ing everal steps higher before fall. lie will work against the Infants in the exhibition game to be played on Sunday. tit all probability McElvaine will be saved to oppose him. When the visitors left their bench at the beginning of the game to take their positions on the field, they went with so much ginger that the fans were for a time badly frightened. From the stands it sounded as though a bunch of hoodlums had been turned loose. Ert ley umpired the game and showed up in that capacity to great advantage. There have been many umpires In the league drawing salaries and doing worse work than he. a a The All-Stars met the C. 11. S baseball teem at the City Park this afternoon. Jim "Barney" Kelley took part in the Pittsburg-St. Louis game, Friday. 4 4 Cy Marshall heat the New York Nationals, Friday. He was master of the situation at all times and was especial!), effective in the pinches. Levy prizes for the Chillicothe 13. 13. Club on home grounds: lst 2-base hit, MOO shirt. 1st 3-base hit, $1.50 shirt. Players making first double play, 2 pair silk hose each. Pitcher pitching first shut out out game, $3.00 silk shirt. Pitcher pitching 2nd shut out game, $2.00 shirt. Player making first hit in opening game. any tie in our store. Player making first run in open ing game, any tie in our store. Pitcher winning most games dur ing season, 1 pair of Hart, Shaffner and Marx custom. tailored trousers. LEVY CLOTHING CO. When run down with kidney trouble, backache, rheumatism or bladder weakness, turn quickly for help to Foley Kidney Pills. You cannot take them into your system without having good results. Chas. N. Fox, Himrod, N. Y., says: "Foley Kidney Pills have done me more good than $150.00 worth of medicine." They give good results. For sale by Mutchler Pharmacy. cod 11. Foley Kidney Pills Successful for Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble. E Positive in action for backache, 0 weak back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle, 0 Texas, writes: "After taking two 0 bottles of Foley Kidney Pills, my; I rheumatism and kidney trouble are 0 completely gone." Safe and effee-I live. For sale by Mutchler Phar-1 0 macy. eod I 'MO, Modern Fixtures for the bath rooms toilet or kitchen can be had here at attractive prices. IIz;. Vet IMMIII OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT I could not be surpassed. We employ, only skilled workmen ond can guar-; antee good workmanship. Estimates; for all kinds of plumbing work cheerfully furnished. Wm. S. West & Sonll 79 East Main St. Both Phones!, nt obv 11 R. W. READ, President 1914 Of 126 Volumes to be Given Away u PAGE SEVEN R,IE..MMO.MRWIN, Harsh physics react. weaken tha bowels. will lead to chronic constipation. Doan's ilegnlets operate easily. 25c a box clt all stores. d Farms and Dwellings For Sale. 2 one-story frame houses, Vine street. 1 10-room brick dvelling, West Water, $2500. 1 farm, 22 acres, 9 milc3s south of city, $350. One farm, 93 acres, 5 miles of Kingston. 1 farm, 42 acres, 7 1-4 miles southwebt Of Chillicothe, Ohio. 1 5-room brick and frame, Park ,treet, $1,000.. 1 4-room frame house, Riverside street, $525.00. Jacob Herrnstein Office 43 East Main St. Horne Phone Residence X 765. Rome Phone Office Y 752. Free! Free! Free! n e Beautiful Silver Spoon Free with evcry 'sack of Sleepy Eye flour v, bile They taut. Telephone Fisher Grocery Co. or Bohn Bros. algrololdoenb2 ILirilloutioray LEM On a Library Voting Contest Ole Scioto gazette ghe Oldest Paper in Southern Ohio "Where you get good Ser Pio" OM xl Below will be found the names of some of the progressive firms: of Chillicothe who make this most popular and liberal offer. This elegant library and handsome case will b? given by vote to the lodge, society, church or school in Chillicothe or vicinity, securing the largest number of votes in the following manner: The business firms listed below give with each ten-cent purAase one vote. The contest began today, 31nrc1i 30th, and ends Saturday, July IS, 1914, at the hour of 10 p. A ballot box has been placed in Sulzbacher's Drug Store, where the votes can be deposited. At the close of the contest the church, society, school or lodge having the largest number of votes will be awarded the library. Current accounts, when paid, will be entitled to votes. Remember Votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below. Each week the Scioto Gazette will announce the standing of the various contestants. The library and case are now on exhibition inthe show window of Wiedler Sz; IIouser's dry goods store. Insist upon getting free the coupons and help your favorite lodge, school, society or church win a handsome library of reference, standard and poetical works, including a va lety of latest fiction. DO YOUR DUTY. IT'S UP TO YOU In case of a tie vote the library will be equally divided. The following is the liFt of firms: , -- --- AT 1 AT AT - AT AT AT AT . AT ------- -- PORTSMOUTH IRONTON 1 CHARLESTON HUNTINGTON CHILLICOTHE NEWPORT LEXINGTON MAY.A'it!.,E -- - - - - - - --- ------- ----s------- .April 2S, 29 . May 6, 7 Nlay 8, 9 : May 16, 17 May 2S, 29 May 14, 15 May 12, 13 May 26. 27 June 16, II June S. 9 Jun:, 4. ,5 June 12, 13 June 18, 19 June 2k), 21 PORTSMOUTH June 6. 7 Ju!y (4). i tt July '2, 3 July 7. S July 5. 6 July 28, 29 July 20 "1 . July I. 19 Augu-t 1.2 July 26 27 July 24. 25 August 3. 4 August 5, 6 August 7, 8 - Sovtlaulr I. 2 1 Sepi,et.b.r 5. 6 Atiga,1 9, 11) Uzi' t 21, 22 August 13, 14 August 23, 24 Stitt-ember 3, 1 -------1 - - --- A pill 341, NI ay 1 Ni:sy 8. 9 1 June . 3 Alav IS, 19 Mil in, 7 May 22, 23 May 20, 21 May 31, It!tik, 1 I Itint, t;. 9 July (1 ), (I) June 10, 11 Juno 14. 15 June 16, 17 . June 12. 13 IRONTON June 28. 23 Juiy 11. 12 July 5, 6 June 26, '27 July 24, 25 July 15, 16 June 30. July I July 30, 31 August 13, II August I, 2 July 2?. 23 August 5, 6 'August 3, 4 July 26. 27 August 15, 16 August 23. 21 September 12, 13 August 7, 8 Sittember 3. 4 August 28, 29 August 26, 27 May 2, 3 May 4, 5 I April 28, 29 May 2') 23 June 2. 3 May 20, 21 May IS. 19 May 24, 25 Nlay (3('), (30) June 28. 29 June IS. 19 June 30, July I JIIIIP 4. 5 June 6. 7 CHARLESTON June 16, 17 July 2, 3 July 15, 16 July 9, 10 July 26, 27 Jane 21, 21 ' July 22, 23 - August; 28, 29 August 9, 10 August 15, 16 August 5, 6 August 7, 8 July 21, '2,i , .tugust 3, 4 September 8, 9 Sept. (7), (7) September 1, 2 September 3, 4 Stitt, 10, 11 AugtNt 30, 31 Sept. 12, 13 "11 --- --------- ----------- ----- - ----- May 211. 21 May 2, 3 April 36, May I May 26, 27 June 4, 5 May 12. 13 May 14, 13 May (30, (30)1 M:ty 10. II May l& 17 June 16, 17 Jane 20, 21 Jim" 6, 7 June 18, 19 HUNTINGTON June 30, July I Nlay 25, 29 May 31, June I July 13, 14 July 2S 29 July 2 t, 21 . July 24, 25 July 22, 23 June 22. 23 June 26, 27 August 3. 4 August II, 12 Augutt 7, 8 , August 5, 6 --- Sept. (7), (7) August 30, 31 Auguet 26, 27 August st 23, 24 . Septettikkr 8, 9 i $ it:emit:kr 3. 4 September 5, 6 ---- 1------ --- May 10, II May 12, 13 . May 14, 15 May 6. 7 , April 3i), May I i May S, 9 May 24. 25 .. June 22, 23 CHILLICOTHE 1July 15, 16 June '20, 21 Nlay '28, 29 June 12, 13 June 6, 7 Julie 2. 3 lithe 8. 0 July 28, 29 June 14, 15 June 21, 25 July 2, 3 June 36, July I Jtm,t 28, 29 'August 17, IS August 19, 20 itity 29, 21 July IN, 19 July 36, 31 July 26, 27 July (4), (4) September It) 11 September 5 6 t-Augmot 11, L. August 13, 14 1 I ' , ' ' , Sept. '2, 13 August 26, 27 September 8, 9 --- - -- ------ ------ ---- ---- --- , I May 4, 5 May 14, 15 May 12, 13 Mar IS, 19 April 28. 29 Alay 16. 17 May 2, 3 1. , May 22, 23 June IS. 19 May 2a 27 .Nlay 24, 25 May 26, 21 Alay 31, June 1 June 16, 17 NEWPORT ! June 26, 27 ,July 9. I!) June 24, 25 July 7, 8 July II, 12 - junt 28, 29 July 15, 16 I July 13, 14 July 20, 21 Jut), IS. 19 August 19, 20 August 15, 16 . July 22, 23 August 23, 24 l August 26, 27 August 21, 22 Attrozt 17, 18 August 28, 29 August 30, 31 Stkptembn 5, 6 Sinember 1, 2 7 - -- - ---- - ---- - -- - --- . I lay 18 1(4 I May 24. 25 Je tm 12. 13 May 4, 5 May 2, 3 May 10. 11 April 2, 2!) 1June 14, 13 Rue 21, 23 July 5, 6 JIMP 10, II May (30), (30) June 8, 9 Arita 30, May I LEXINGTON i July 9, 10 July 7, 8 July 13. 14 July II, 12 August I. 2 June 22, 23 !tlay 2S, 29 I !August 19. 20 August 11, 12 Juty 30. L'I August 17. 18 Septembor I, 2 July (4), (4) July 2, 3 Sept. 12, 13 September 8, 0 August 21, 22 8,ps. 10, 11 Sipt . (7), (7) August 9, 10 ' August 15, 16 - ------ - -- - - - - -- --- - ----- June 2, 3 May 16. 17 May 10, 11 ALI' 22 , 23 May 4, 5 May 8, 9 May 7 1 . June 24, 25 June 4. 5 June 22. 23 I Jtea, 14. 15 May 31, June I May (30, (30) Alay 26, 27 MAYSVILLE July 11, 12 July 13. 14 July 7, 8 July 9. 16 July 5, 6 June 10, II jtme 26, 27 August II, 12 August 17, 18 July 28, 29 July 30, 31 August 9, 10 August I, 2 July 17, 15, 19 August 30 31 September It). II , Atiorkt 19, 21 August 21, 22 . August 2, 29 , Sept. (7), (7) . August 13. 14 LEVY CLOTHING CO.- Clothing and Gents' Furnishings CHANDLER'S MUSIC ' STORE Pianos, Musical Instruments and Sheet Music. M. N. BILLINGS Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Stoves STAR THEATER The Silent Drama a Library Coupon In Every Sack of ADENA OR LITTLE DUKE Highest Grade Flours The Standard Cereal Co. THE MOSHER GROCERY CO. - Wholesale and Retail Grocers 21 South Paint St. F. B. MAULLER Farm and City Property For Sale and Exchange. Farm Lands Our Specialty. ,10 1-2 Paint St. COLUMBIAN BARBER SHOP AU Kinds of Baths. C. E. Maxwell, Prop. 13 North Paint St. WESTERMAN Millinery JOHN R. WISSER Plumbing, Heating and Gas Fitting. BREHMER'S GREENHOUSE Cut Flowers. Funeral Designs; Potted Plants. Both Phones. ' . QUEEN THEATRE Motion Pictures WIEDLER & HOUSER Dry Goods and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments. H. E. WETHEY Leading Main St. Jeweler THE PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE THE WISSLER HARDWARE CO. Hardware, Implements and Electrical Supplies. FOUTCH'S BAKERY The place to buy your baked goods. Both Phones. CLIMER'S GARAGE Oakland Automobiles, International Auto Wagons, Oil, Gasoline, Tires, Supplies and Repairing. ADOLPH W. FROMM Roofing, Spouting, Century Asbestos Shingles. 20 West Water St. BENDER & BROWN Dry Cleaners 94 West Second St. THE PASTIME Pocket Billiards, Bowling, Cigars, Cigarettes, j Soft Drinks. 25 East Second St. OHIO RESTAURANT Best Meal in the City. A. B. and J. S. Hopper, Props. CHAS. W. RUTHERFORD Coal, Lime and Cement. J. M. REPPEL Better Made Harness. Supply and Repair Work. 87 East Second St. THE PENNY STORE . rEN , weaken the )nie .constionoperate esti. ores. ii I 'ellings - houses, Vine - elling, West Lils south of !- - , 5 miles of z I miles south-to. frame, Park , Be, Riverside i stein In St. t X 765. 52. 1 Free! 10011 sack of : Flour isher or , ' Is. I WD, , of Chilli- - brary anti school in f )1 I o w in g base one July IS, the v()t sclit)ot or try. Cured helow. riot's eón2 ; e, school, poetical 'S UP TO ,. IF !ORE t, Music. ................. yes MEIMEIMEINEINIMEINIIMIEED - : ,........wo., of ICE '- Cereal Co. (Co I ....,,..... , 1. 1 t Exchange. ! Paint St,. 10P i , , Paint St. ,..", t I : r ing. ' 1 ..,. USE d Plants. t F. ..,....--,......---... , t , , , 1 t I 1 : I t -, ,-..........,........111011EMlit t , SWIM MA ,, , .... .... . . - .., . , , - , . ,., -, . ,, - , - ,, , , ... , . ,.. . . , , , , , , , ,,. , ... 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