The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 18, 1918 · Page 7
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March 18, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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MONDAY, MARCH 18, 19lS THa DALL.I COURIER CONNSLLSVILLE, PA. 10 MTHiiGLUB There Are Many Things in bfe More Agreeable to the _ Players. PRETTY SOFT TO DUCK AWAY 4it Ov.r Notion That Training Trip Is All Joy Rid* for Ball Towtr-- No Pleasure to CM Into Cojidltlen. Te*, It'i pretty "soft" to be able to tract away from the frigid, disagreeable weather of the North Its "soft" to rnlaa the changeable "weather of a Northern spring and bask ID the steady inruhini. of the South Its "soft" to linger In a fine, hospitable Southern hotel, listening to the pnlms sighing sweet lollables and the pickaninnies hamming in- to the accompaniment of a banjo It's "soft" to na?e somi-on: paying your expenses while you are literally breathing' In the dne roxance of the romantic South and enjoying yourself flitting around a baseball field a couple of hours a day to wear off excess en- Yes, Its "soft." Thats what the folia generally tay when a ball player or scribe hand* ont the information that he is going South with a baseball clab Its so soft so pleasant, po agree- a-'e than 97 out ot every 100 metient South for baseball purposes at this time of the year envy everyone back home even though the folk* at home are forced to dive into doorwrys to dodge the chll id breezes «o Swttt Joy Ride. The bafl player floesn t need sympa thv ^Te 3 pretty well provided for But get over the notion that n train Ing: trip is all one sweet Joy ride for him ' No onp loves physics! or mental pain The average buslnes.-, man when physl rally troubled win close his desk and Jet awiv from his labors He would (eel offended If someone Insisted that - fce should work Getting into condition is no sinecure True th*U s a part ot the business bnt even thouph n mnn Is paid to Buffer pain that s no reason he en Jovs the pain When a fellow Is forced to continue his muscle-ripping labors when his muscles are crying ont for rest that fellow isn't exactly enjoying himself More or Leu Bunk. The South mav have its romance But as for the impresIon that one gets from flowerv novels on South trn "itmosphere --welt there s more o- less hunk about it. T^e South Is verv fine for those who live there* But when the lust for trivel lios ind ; all n nnn reallv lives for exists in Uie No-th ^ou miv rest assu-ed that man will tnke the Jiorth in preference ro the South any time Undoubtedly he sime applies to men whc live In the South Southern hotels are h spltibl" ei-nu£h If cnvone e^er s'tw a hotel which h« thought really was hosplta tile A hotel is a good place to £0 when TOU c t n t go any place else Southern t-itning trips are of eoaise necessary to baseball, hut .from the ball p'are-s point of -UTV there are irony things in life more agree- abl» than going througo the process of getting into condition in the South* RECORDS BROKEN FOR DEALS Sale of Alexander aid Killlfer to Cubs Hcadi List--Stuffy Mclrria Bring* Up Last. All records for baseball trides and ·nles in i single oK *-ejj,on h-t\e beea broken this «intor Tkcj Tollow 1. Aleiondc- and Klllifer «old by the Phils 'o Chicago for 530000 Pren- dergnst and I5!lhot.fci 2. Bu«h, Schnns i.nd Strnnlt sold by Ath'et'cs to Hie Red Sox to' $60000 Pitcher Grosi Catcher Thomas and Ojtfleldu Kopp S bhortstop Lavan and Obtfielder Shotttn traded by the Browns "to V a-slungton for Pitcher Gallla and $15000 '·t Ootflelder PasLert of the Phils traded to the^Cabs, for Ontflelder Cy ·ft llliaras 5 Pitcher George TjJer traded by Boston to the Cubs for Second Base man Ljrry Doyle and Catcher Art Wilson. I fc. Infielder Herzog of New Tort traded to Boston for Second Kascman Larry Dovle and Pitcher Barnes T Pitcher Al Mamanx Shortstop Ward and Pltclier Grime 1 ; Pittsburgh traded to Brooklyn for Outfielder Sten- fle and Second Ba"eniac 3ntslm» 8 Stolty Mclnnls "sola to the Bed Sox Columbia .Grafonola lumbia Records What price stall we pay for our phonograph?- Don't try to antwer that at home. Come here. Loot at one model alter another until yon nave seen the entire line They -at all exhibited for your inspection. They'll be played for you. Listen to the $18 Grafonola Listen to the $250 cabinet instrument and tie models in between That is lie way to answer the question, "What price shall we pay for our phonograph? ' Your visit here will be a welcome one It is * Columbia policy to make such shoppie j as pleasant as intelligence and sympathy can make it. Rapport-Featherman Furniture Co- A trip to Pittsburgh is never Complete without a visit to «rsi; EPPA RKEY NOW IS IF YOU WISH TO LIEUTENANT IN ARMY| HAV£ '· HEALTH You can not afford to miss this opportunity to consult and be treated b t^ia Specialist. 1)1! J{. ». 31achrN/Ir I Eppn JepLthi Rlxej left handed pitcher of the Philadelphia J,atlonalal ·who Ihes at CharlottesvIHe Va. has' been cumralsaioned a flrst lieutenant In tl e snuitarr corps of the National anm Ke probablv Trill be assigned U the gas defence section UlxcttxPM of the IltMddrr nnd n ur ATI- o DlhenMfN of th« Skin \\ orn ou nnd run down mm And women no matter w hat our lit "cnt rmj be cali-- H costs j ou n thing B ree examination lt«TP In \ our Home Tctwn Itrmcmber (be* D n j \ r w **i \G n o r r i 114 ^ I H l x I u r j r 31 Connclli'tillr BOXING BELTS IN AUSTRALIA Emblems Given to Winners in Differ ent Classes--Must Be Won Tnrte Times to* Own It Promoter Bnker ot Au-rtrallu has cut the chirapionship boxing bouts from rwentv to ten rounds and gives cnaro pionshlp belts to -winners In the flj weight bintnmwelght feathprrvplght l!t;htweiElt nnd weltern eight classo 1 ! The holder must win th= "belt three t!*nrs to own It. Arrerlca Vs France A.n»riran soldiers In Prance mny epgage In soccer games with French players during periods of relaxation at tne front Rattling the Skeleton A IvMiiliopper of race horses calls himseK Helter Skelter That's the wmy some of the honres nan. Rub Musterole on Fo r ehead and Temples A headache remedy w iout tte dan gers oi "headache med!ci~e" I^heves headache and that miserable feeling from colds or connection. 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There IB no ·ecretT'or"" myiitery about El /er»n Doctors prencrlbo it regularly because they know exactly whit It contain* am well as what will do and hay Icnow they could -3ot form»!a,t« a better I up-; building tonic. The action of Bk-feren on the *yit*m la »o beneftclai. we are *o sure c' itm clvinir you poslLKe health and vlror provlalnr of coursa, there la no ·erlotiH chroclc ailment auch u cancer, tuherculoal* etc. that w« only »«il it on the condition that ou aerr«* te return tha empty packag-* and accept a refund of your money unl«M yon ar» entirely ·ad«5«d There t* · tuia waittnjr for b«e,tth and beauty JFt U better to do thtngv today than tomorrow Go to your phynlolan today--riclu now--ha will adTlM Bio teren. Then · art taking tt at orco ft* he advJOM or as dlroc Uon» on the package call for The guarantee protocta your money In t ere* tine booklet may b* hod for the aakinr Lance package ?i 00 at all leading drufcTglsu or direct if our drurffldt can not mpplj you. The Bent An el Bemedlei Co Inc. Cincinnati Ohio. LOCAL Bell 842. Xn-Statc 573. DKT13TCE Residence 161 Haas i t COSTTELLSTILLE, Patronise Those Who Advertise j BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25c IF YOU HAD i NECK AS LONG AS THIS FELLOW AND HAD SORETHROA1 T O N S I L I N I Ujfe WOULD QUIBIlTiaiEVE IT. : * l f c W r M t S PETEi DlfK--Except Orer the Phone, Perhaps By C. A. VOI6HT -- ) WAS Hoprvifr- CALL, UP HARI2VT V^'f^E / MELLO -- TOMKSHT-- OW PEAK, ,Y5 3UCW A "BoT \we owm. A CALL--- \ "TUtHr^ MRS IS SUCH A SIMPU5.70M AND PET^Y \S A SCREAM Mao KMOVV vwXT t KNOW How HE TALKS --

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