Chillicothe Gazette from Chillicothe, Ohio on April 23, 1915 · 3
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Chillicothe Gazette from Chillicothe, Ohio · 3

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OA , 1915 FRANKFORT LE;aNGTON CHARLESTON IRONTON PORTSMOUTH CHILLICOTHE May 11, 12 June 7, 8, 9. 10 July 16, 17,18, 19 Sept. 4, 5 June 3, 4, 5. 6 July 24, 25, 27, 2S Aug.31, Sept. 1, 2, 3 AT FRANKFORT IMay 19, 20, 21, 22 July (5,) (5,) 6, 7 Aug. 11, 15,16,17 June 11, 12, 13, 14 July 20, 21, 22, 23 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 May 23, 24, 25,26 July 1, 2, 3, 4 Aug. 10, 11, 12, 13 Sundays in Black Face Typq SPORTING HS. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League. Pittsburg 8, Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 8, Boston 4. Brooklyn 6, ew NYork 4. St. Louis 9, Chicago 5, American League. Chicago 5, St. Louis 4. Washington 5, New York 1. Detroit 5, Cleveland 3. Boston 7, Philadelphia c. Bunion Tortured Feet Quickly Made Well 'Try this wrinkleit's a good one thousands say you can't beat it. Soak the feet well tonight in hot watera long hot soaking helps. Then paint on a thin coat of that old reliable "Putnam's Extractor." Next morning the pain is gone, you feel a whole heap better. Keep up the treatmentsimply follow the special directions given and off will come the bunion, away will go the corn, you'll feel like a tango artist. For foot comfort there's nothing to beat Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor, 25c at dealers everywhere. i I ! : 1 ! i : : km. Taxicabs go anywhere, day or night. Prices low. Call GEHRING'S Warmer House ..--,, .--.-. I 111h, - .4,auptinditillil I Like your house. your system needs a little special attention in ' the epring. Winter has left your bowels clogged, your liver lazy, Iyour blood impure; you need a , good inside housecleaning. I Sentanel Laxatives will do the Itrick. And do it without pain or griping. They work more tifectively than the ordinary Uhartici for they not only clean t the nasty, noisome poisoni .put your liver back on the AT LEXINGTON May 13, 14 June 15, 16, 17, IS Aug. 6, 7, & 9 Sept. (6,) (6) May 15, 16, 17, 18 July 8, 9, 11), 11 Aug. 10, 11, 12, 13 June 11. 12. 13, 14 July 24, 25, 27, 2S Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5 June 3, 4, 5, 6 July 12, 13, 14, 15 Aug.31,,Se1)t. 1, 2,3 Mliy 27, 2S, 29,30 July (5,) (5,) 6, 7 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 Clubs. Won. Detroit 7 Washington 5 Poston Cleveland . 5 New York 4 St Louis chicago Philadelphia 2 Philadelphia 2 5 American Association. Won Lost. Indianapolis tI 2 Louisville - Minneapolis 5 2 St. Paul 5 3 :44114444444444414414H4 41441414HKH4f Igelliciods I Delicious it soda Glace's, Sundaes, Ice Cream Sodas, Plain Sodas, Phosphates, Lemonades, Tonics, Grape Juice, Mineral Waters. ! I tri iViut leall 40 , i t t'AOF 1 .METROPOLITANIPHARMACYJO 1 : MEDICINES, PAINTS. JEWELRY I372-374 E. Main St. Chillicothe. I 14441444444444 ---- 1,11' SENTANEL LAXATIVES -- , DO YOUR SPRING CLEANING Wonderful Little Performers, 10c ------- ILike your house, your system Job, but they tune up the whole needs a little special attention in system so that you feel simply ' the apring. Winter has left your great! There's not a bit of mercury bowels clogged, your liver lazy, (calomel) in SentanM Laxatives. Iyour blood impure; you need a They are made entirely from old..1, , good inside housecleaning. fashion&d, time-tried herbs and I Sentanei Laxatives will do the plants that are used by physicians I trick. And do it without pain daily. Have your druggist send, or griping. They work more you a box. 10 doses 10c. Get IffectivelY than the ordinary them busy tonight. Your money U hartic, for they not only clean back if they don't quickly make 't the nasty, noisome poisons good. The Sentanel Remedies Co., - ,--.1, . the Inc., Covington, Ky, THE DAILY MOTO GAZETTE, FRIDAY, A PHIL 23, 1915. Official Schedule of the Ohio State League 1915 Holidays in Parenthesis American Association. Louisville 8, Cleveland 7. Columbus 4, Indianapolis 3. Milwaukee 12, St. Paul S. Federal League. Newark 3, Brooklyn O. Buffalo 3, Baltimore O. HOW THEY STAND. National League Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia . 7 0 1.000 Cincinnati 3 .667 Boston 4 4 .500 Chicago 4 4 .500 Pittsburg 4 4 .500 St. Louis 3 t; .333 itrooklyn 6 .333 New York 2 6 .250 American League Lost. 2 3 3 '4 4 6 6 5 IVIsSLER HUIDIVARE Co. Come in and enjoy a delicious soda drink at any time. We have the purest fruit syrups and the best flavors of all kinds served in a dainty and clean manner that will appeal to you and made In a way that will delight your palate and quench your thirst. AT CHARLESTON June 19, 20, 21, 2'2 July 12, 13, 14, 15 Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5 May 23, 24,25,26 June 27, 28,29,30 Aug. 18,19,20,21 May 11, 12 June 7, 8, 9, 10 Aug. 26, 27,28, 29 Sept. (6,)(6) May 27, 28, 29, 30 July (5,)(5,) 6, 7 Aug. 6, 7:8, 9 May 19,20, 21, 22 June 11,12, 13, 14 Aug. 22, 23,24,25 Pet. .77N .625 .571 .556 .500 .333 .333 Pet. .7TIO .71i .714 ) 5 tvl 100 cAy PS line Cedar Oil .16,4 Polish 15011kiVlop and lu will make your daily dusting and cleaning a pleasure Mop is twisted to gse AB Car Ihen 1 I AT IRONTON May 27, 28, 29, 30 June 27, 28, 29, 30 July'29,30,31,Augl May(31,)(31,) J 1,2 June 23, 24, 25, 26 Aug. 22,23,24, 25 May 13, 14 July 1, 2, 3, 4 July 20, 21, 22, 23 Sept. 4, 5 May 15, 16, 17, IS July 8, 9, 10, 11 Aug. IS, 19, 20, 21 June 15, 16, 17, 18 July 16, 17, 18, 19 Aug. 31, Sept. 1,2, 3 Cleveland 3 4 .429 kansas City 3 4 .129 Milwaukee 2 6 .250 Columbus 1 7 .125 Federal League Clubs. Won. Lost. Pct. Newark 7 4 .636 Chicago 5 3 .625 Brooklyn 6 4 .600 Kansas City 5 5 .500 Pittsburg 5 5 .500 Buffalo 5 5 .500 St. Louis 3 5 .375 Baltimore 3 S .cL73 a The recent rains have made the ball park rather middy and the diamond is rather heavy for very much practice. Nevertheless it is hoped that-the weather man will take a vacation Saturday and Sunday and that we have no more rain until after then. Twenty-four recruits have already reported for duty and 111P11 ordered to report by that time will have done so. The weather permitting, the local management Promise Chillicothe fans some good hall at League Park, Sunday afternoon, when the future Babes will Reports are coming from all around the league that every day re-' cruits are reporting and that ther are being whipped into line ready for the big opening on the llth of May. Things certainly look good' for the O. S. L. Senators Came to Life. Look ,Out!' Columbus, Ohio, April 23.Columbus, after seven successive defeats, won the final game of the Indianapolis series Thursday by the score of 4 to 3. Burch and Benson (lid the most timely hitting. Black. burn's long drives made the losers dangerous. Davis struck out Gossett in the ninth with a runner on third, one out and a run needed to tie. Recruits Coming In. The following players reported Thursday and will be given tryouts, at League Park in as short order as possible: Clark, pitcher; Nichols, infielder; Blanchard, catcher; Corbin, outfielder; James, infielder; Ruh, catcher; Batetnan, infielder; Holdren, catcher; Kimball, infielder; Seheuster, infielder; Jones, pitcher; Kapzar, outfielder and Barton. pitcher and outfielder. More receruits are expected to report today and tomorrow, so that by Sunday there will be a large enough number from which to pielç. a first class team. All of those men so far reported are clean cut, ambitious looking youngsters, and the local management is well pleased with their appearance. All will be on the job and each man will be on the field fighting for his position. I Ben Snyder, catcher, whose home is in New Philadelphia, and who played a part of last season with the New York Central League, has been signed up by the local management. Dennis Deetrich, whose home is in McConnellsville, Ohio, and who was given a tryout with the Columbus Senators, this season, and later re leased, has been signed up by the local management for a tryout. lie Is understood to be a good one. Fred Hunter, who is in the Texas League, is reported as making good and is making many friends in the south-west. Promise of Good Game Sunday. From all indleationr at the prescnt time, the exhibition game. Still Children cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R IA AT PORTSMOUTH May(31,)(31,) 31.2 June 23, 21. 25, 26 Aug. 22, 23,24,25 May 19, 20, 21, 22 July 1, 2, 3, 4 July 29,30,31,Aug.1 June 15, 16, 17, 18 July 16, 17, 18, 19 Aug. 14, 15,16,17 May 23, 24, 25, 26 June 19, 20,21, 22 Aug. 10, 11, 12, 13 May 11, 12 June 7, 8, 9, 10 July 24. 25, 27, 28 Sept. (6,) (6) AT CHILLICOTHE Max' 15, 16, 17, IS July 8, 9, 10, 11 Aug. IS, 19, 20, 21 June 19, 20,21,22 July 20, 21, 22, 23 Aug. 11, 15,16, 17 May (31)(31,) J1.2 'June 23, 24, 25, 26 July 29,30,31,Auga June 3, 4, 5, 6 July 12, 13. 14, 15 Aug. 6, 7, 8, 9 May 13. 14 June 1:7, 28, 29,30 Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5 Sept. 4, 5 JOE F. CARR, President NO"". afte0,""0,10.10W.e.".0."0,0"10tedi OWS0,01000W.""Pkete,toft,"0,10,0.......0 day afternoon, at League Park, when the Babes play Billy Doyle's school of Portsmouth, promises to be a good one. Manager Devore reports that by Sunday he will have some good material here and should be able to put up a good brand of ball. Manager Devore expects to play during a part of the game. Moore will open the game in the pitchers' box, and it is thought that Clark will also be given a chance at pitching. Clark is understood to be a good one and the local management is anxious to see willat he can do. Secretary McCarty requested the Gazette to state that all fans are invited to come oil to League Park any after. noon, during the training season, and watch the future Babes practice. This invitation is especially extended to ladies, as the impression has gotten out that the ladies are not welcome. This is a mistaken idea, more are coming. It is expected tilatI as the management want all fans to by Sunday afternoon all of the 20 1 come out and get a look at the 13 abes. will have done so. The weather per- miffing, the local management 24 men are at work this afternoon Promise Chillicothe fans some good and Manager Devore says they are ball at League Park, Sunday after- I the most likely looking hunch he has noon, when the future Babes will ever seen. lie says Chillicothe is play Billy Doyle's Cleveland Ameri- I going to have a N inner this season. van school. of Portsmouth. The following is the lineup which Doyle Hard at Practice. will present to our boys: C. J I. S. baseeball team is hard at Weinberg, catcher; Test and Le- practice for the game with Ashville, Lotelle, pitchers: 11. Monk, first; Ed- whicii is to be played in this city next wards, short; Joe Brennan, second; Saturday. Every evening, itt the C. Monk, thiri; Brown, left; Owinn, city Park, the boys may be seen hard center; and LaMar, right. Hubert at practice. will be taken along as a substitute eatcher. An Aid to Digestion. An Aid to Digestion. Never take whisky or pepsin as an aid to digestion, but take Chamberlain's Tablets. They will strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its duties naturally. Sold by all dealers. Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes for tired, swollen, aching, tender feet. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Gives rest and comfort. Sold every-here, 25c. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease. Don't accept any substitute. d !ös:00404 "Clean-Up Week" Specials Paints, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Screen Doors and Windows THE PENNY STORE -7 FARE $322 ME,WffIg 4 E 11 SE BA :STORY, BRANDLE & STORY The Store That 8e11s Wooltex 1311 Copyright 1015 The Li. Mack Co. All! The Invigorating Whiff ot,The Pine Forest! How it clears the throat and head et its mucous ailments. It is this txpirit of Newness and Vigor from the health-giving Piney Forests brought back by Dr.. Bell's Pine-Tarhoney. Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle to-day. All Druggists, 25e. Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. b EAT ANYTHING, ANYTIME! Relieve that atter-dinner distress, remove the cause of lassitude, drowsii nessandhealiclie, thesymptomsof 4 INDIGESTI0 m 1, take nature's reedy 10ENEN the It quickly clears e system IT its natural tonic ac. Stiou on the bow- els, and restores vigor to a Weary etomaeh. Clears the blood and eradicates Uric Acid. Price 60 cents a bottle at all druggists or from the pri,prietcr, Lyman Brown. 68 Murray Si, New York City. HOTEL 200 Room COLUMBUS Corner Long and Fifth Streets COLUMBUS, OHIO FIREPROOF ROOMS SIwith Private Bath 1.50 11111110110111111 I rhS:, NEW GLASSES Many times your eyes outgrow your lens. RIGHT lenses fitted to WRONG eyes. S. C. BARR OPTOMETRIST 43 1-2 N. Paint St. Office Hours: 8 to 12, 1 to 5. Saturday evenings, 7 to O. Home Phone A-760 I EIMMIMUMIIMIMMEIMIEMEI CHICHESTER S PILLS 'nig DIAMOND BRAND. t .f Ladles! Ask your Drugglod for lit-ebomber a Diamond itrand Bed sod Gold metallic qk bores. sealed with blue Ribbon, tewh Take na Giber. Buy of your Druggist- Mk for(111419,aTPII I DIAMOND BRAND PIMA, lot alio . years known as Best. Safest, Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS DERYWHERL If It Is GREEN pyrj ILL I" ' There is None Better S. ra. oullson Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Both Phones. 0.6446444:44444:4dxw46444444404,04464404:44,4 DAILY BETWEEN ,.CLEVELAND & DUFIALO The Great Skip 61SEEANDBEr .me biretta and most rosty Moaner on any Wand water of tho world' Sleeping sewmt4da. bona tor IRO pamensters. "a" OF ERIE" --- 3 Magnificent Steamers ---- "CITY OF BUFFALO" Ili BETW bEle CLEVELANDDaily, D, Mav ist to Dec. 1stBUFFALO Leave Cleveland 00 p. m , Leave buffalo 8:00 P. m. Arms Basle a 6:30 a. u: Arma cs.weland 620 AIL Xi (Central Standard Time) Collturtiona ot Buffalo too Niagara' Falls and sa Eastern and Canadian points. Railroad tick. IL. eta readma between Cleveland and Buffalo are gond toe tramtgoriat" "earners' All your ticket tickets via c. & B. Line. Inmate showing !bar tenor and mtertor et Tkle.Grni! r beautif ul h le colored sectional Puzzle chart bowing bot exterior and mt rea erkor of The Gt IA Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent ratalat ot toot. to covet pomade and mating. Also ask I is tor oar 24-page pietorial and deseriptive booklet free eb, THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Clovaiand, Ohio tia 461101.--- Copyright 1915 The H. Week Co. The:Best Coats You Ever ''-':-.(--11714'4,Y -Saw At $1 5--- Woollex, an, AO Peo 1 97 Paint Street. Saw At $1 5-- Wooltex, 01 Course )1111 be delighted Avith the wonderful variety of models, materials and colors. Examine the materials; see the fine soft texture of the pure Nv oot clothes and the pure silk linings. Sote all of the careful little details that only the most expert tailoring can produce. Then you'll see why we say these are the best coats you ever saw at $15 Come in today and make your choice while choosing is best. Haberdashery Needs for a Comfortable Summer PAGE THREE QHIRTS, Ties, Hosiery and Underwear properly selected will go a long way toward making the coming sultry clays of summer mote pleasant. We would be pleased to show you how our stocks have been selected for cool comfort as well as style and quality. Our line of underwear includes all the desirable makes, among them Wilson Bros. Athletic Union Suit with the patented closed crotchthe feature that perfected the comfort of the union suit. Made in the popular woven fabrics; knee and three-quarter lengths; sleeveless and half-sleeves. Proper fit guaranteed. Don't Waste Your Time When Looking tor Clothing, Hats Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear Overalls, Working Clothes and Blouse Waists for Men; Young Men and Boys We Make Clothes to Order From Fifteen Dollars Up SULZBACHER'S Reliable Clothing House g, NATIONAL M4.,Z itil LA LI PS ii 0 furn night into day. Don't burn the old-time carbon electric lamp when MAZDAS give three times the light at one-third the cost. Will be glad to give you figures on fitting your fixtures with these grand lamps. A Beautiful Line of Stand Lamps, Domes and Fix. tures. - Prices Most Reasonable. See my line of Electrical Toys, Engines, Batteries, Counter Shafts, Motors. Electrical lixt ork of all kinds. Prices Right. H. J. SIEGFRIED Home Phone (1 I 1 k i:,tt . ..411. -411111143 '16.:. - - 11k . 441 ti--',;.; i ,, .. '.'l .! ! f!t Af ,,,,,,'' -64!.- i t.1 1') ' ' ';',:' r;,":' o , 'I 1 4 . , ' -,1 !;ki,,ti , I '1 ' ) ,t ;--- r 5 1 , .., .. 94011 1 41 ,70' .., , ,,-.., ,, IP FARE s3 00 DAILY,IshmttN , .(NtaE'VE LAN D & et1134 - SUEFALO .. ... ba e. e The G relit Skip 61SEEANDBEElt smote-. is ,r --trd 1 4t , '45 , 1311 p opyright 1015 t 11 : 0 ; ', i '11: 1:-1 71 111 1st 1111 1312 0 V!ru fm mir EAT ANYTHING, ANYTIME! elleve that atter-dinner distress, remove the cause of lassitude, drowsi. nessandheadaclie, the symptonisof INDIGESTI01, take nature's remedy EVEN It quickly clears the system hy its natural tonic ac. ,d tiou On the bow. A R li ve il 8t1 r a Lit 01 ar t I: euar re; . , Ostomach. Clears the blood and eradicates Uric Acid. rrice 60 cents a bott le at all drug --) ,,,---ko, till, '.f:1 7 , 4111 --,.. - "I -., , ' '4 i . o o ilfri 4 ; - Cia'1-to P...R Air Left Al.iiii. .141, M11.. UctMAJJP , -;7-'1- ' -----' 1 1 ti- - - .

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