The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 19, 1918
Page 6
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PA'GE Sfe. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 191S. : SPORT PARAGRAPHS This Is the busy .season, for that well-known, old veteran, Charles Horse; * * * ^ Allan Sothoron, Brown hurler, has been put In the deferred class by his Graft board. - . * * * Tis rumored the Great Zlm wore out three pairs of running shoes at Hot Springs. * * * .Twenty:, years ago aa offer of $50, 000 -for ;ia championship battle would have catised a panic. : '. --'·,· * * * ' ' ' · : . . TOiile- that 2s cw York draft board la examining Benny Kauff it might measure the size of his bump of ego. ;' * * * * Lee Magee will find himself at home In 'Cincinnati, now that he has been traded to Matty by the Browns. * * * . Marty McHale, former Yankee hnrl- er* it now, a^ first lieutenant; in the Twenty-second engineers regiment. · ·". : . . . * . - »· ' » _ '-. Tic Sale?, has written the Pirates that 'he wiU.te unable to play this season as his injured ankle has not heated. * * * A White Sox rumor has it that Swede Risberg will be understudy to Chick* Gandil this year as a first baseman. - · 0- - · - . * . * ' » . The San " Francisco" club announce th« signing of the veteran John Hun; me!,- with the idea of using him In tl... outfield. " » # * After an intermission of ten yean" rugby football is to be played by K;;:. sas City (Mo.) high school athlete. next fall. * · * Nick Altrock, vaudeville artist of Ui, diamond and coach for tlie 'Washingiu;. twtrlers, will again be seen in his iisuu. antics on the field. ' . * * * ' ' . . Corporal Homer J. 'WJienton, repor-' ed -killed in action in France, was. r*. six: years sporting editor of the AVoi cester, Mass., Gazette. » * * Both -San Antonio and Fort Woi-ti; report the signing of Earl Bitting. :: third baseman. One of the magnates · must be standing on his foot. * * * Jimmy Archer, by returning to' tl; Hrates, lands with the club \vi . which he started his major league c; teer. Jimmy joined Frt^d Clarke thti · In 1901 GREATEST OF FEATHERWEIGHT FIGHTERS* I . . Terry McGovern, clip-time world's charajilon featherweight and considered byjnany the greatest little fighter that ever HvoU. dlod In the King's County hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. He won tbe feat-herTBiglit title from George Dlion In 1900 and a year Jater lost If in-his memorable boiit with Yonnj? Corbett. McOovern was th!rtj'-alne years old. In his career he amassed and spent a fortune of $200,000. For Your f Own Future ^^TOT only for the present neecU of the United States, but also for your otvn future BUY LIBERTY BONDS Every Bond you buy is a. splendid investment and your money will come back to you with interest prompdy when due. Therefore for the sake of die future as well as of the present Buy Liberty Bonds Now From Anv Bank Stetter?, former big-league bmn player and for th« past three years coach at ToftM collect, has been appointed vcoixt coacK for the Boston BraWa, · · · Pah Tipple and Cliff Markle, two young pitchers whose performance failed to come op to «arly promise have been- released by the Yankees to the St Paul dab W the American awodation. » · » A fund of 95,500 has been raised by contributions from Hnrvard athletes and graduates for buying footballs to be sent to Europe. A .thousand pigskins wiU be sent over, 500 of them betat already on the way* » » · After being rejected because of a damaged knee, Irvln Xanghoffi, former Marquette university football star, underwent an operation to remedy the fault and now Intends to join the aviation, serrlce, ^ »· » » When Hans I/obert gets . : through Trith his job at the Havana rac» track,' at the close of the racing, season, he's coming back to report for -work as coach of the baseball team at West Point · , * .* ; . ' · - · Leland Stanford .and. University. of California will meet In dual basketball; track sports, baseball. - tennis," boring and wrestling events this season. On account of the war rowing has been abandoned temporarily. Ifor the past two seasons Walter Johnson has led his league In strikeouts. He fanned 185 men last suminor acd 228 in 1916 for a total of 413. His best year was in 1910. w'hea he turned back 313 would-be hitters. * * * Wbcn Babe Kuth's days are ended as a major league pitcher he will be shunted Into the outfield, instead of j being sent to the minors. His hitting f ability will keep him in tlie big show, j Last year he hit .326, in 1916, .272, and ] In-1015, .315. ' - - ' ~ . * * * . ». Eppa Jeptha_ JUsey, the elongated PhiUy^hurler, is gettiug farther away from home every day. He is a lieutenant and has been transferred from [ Carap Bowie, Tex., to Carap Fremont. I. Cal. EppaV specialty is making the j cantonments sanitary. i T?tis Liberty Loan advertisement U*. been contritirrtcd bj* J. H. DOYLE. as a patriotic coatrlhntlon toward* winning the irar. S BOWYTZ MARKET I WEST SIDE. Down Go the Prices AS YOU 1VILL NOTE I5V THE FOLLOTVIXG: GROCERY DE TlnTIf*} Oftf«? h^T 10** Lima Beans, pound 17c Nflvy Rpans pnijnH 17n Pure Preserves, large size- 3Sc Good Laundry Soap, 6 cakes_*25c .lifTy-Jo'il, pf, r i^-y ' , n: Kfttn^Mp, bottl" 3 , , 1rr'p; 2 ViTf»; ' 2Zi* Alice Baked Beans. 2 cans_55c ; C,nx. ^pn-tlpti ,, . , 1(l«» / Hams, per pound Potatoes, per peck Fancy Creamery Butt PARTMENT -Mized 't'eg'etables, 2 cans 27c . Fancy Apples, \*z peck ,80c Com, can l£o Sau IT .Kraut, large can Iic Sour Pickles, extra fine, dz~..20c Corn Flakes, box , lOc K een Kleener 4c Fancy Loose Coffee, lb. _ _..lSe Vanilla or Lemon ex., bot_~10c' 32cl - - - - - 30r er - - - - 50c MEAT DEPARTMENT We Handle the Best of Meats at lowest Prices, Steaks 3;{c, .'3-x?, #Se Hnmhuri' RfonV i "Si* Pork Shoulder Steak :«c Pork Chops .-- 3ttc and .15c R.O3RTS , , , °^, ^"'^ °K« Boiling Meats - 20c, 22f, 25c Lard, per pound 32c Pork Shoulder (whole) . 2SC '. Eancy Creamery Butter, Per Pound, 50c. ".. We. Handle the Best O.leomargarihe at, the Lowest Possible Prices-- 32c, 35c, SSc. Fresh -Farm Milk on Sale Here Every Day. COR. CBATYFORT* AVENUE AN'D EIGHTH STREET, S WEST 'SIDE. RUGS V STOVES The Big Store Near The Bridge." .' 154-358 West Cra-vvi'ord Avcnue.Sueccs.sors Leonard 1'urniture Co. Back u p the I)oyn who are aivoy from home by buying Liberty Bqnds. Keep Die liomc firss burning for the great day ivhcn they will come back. The "Big- Store 'car the Bridtre" offers a big selection of fresh ne-,v goods to homemakers, all priced at decided s:mugs to got you acqnainled with us auil our modern merchandising: methods. For real satisfaction come to the New Store for Vaealtaio, Rags and Stoves. Extra These iron beds have two inch continuous posts and one inch fillers. They are extra heavy in construction and come in a choice of three handsome finishes--snowy -white, Vernis Martin and oxidized. These beds are new priced at $15 in most stores. Our special price will prevail this week only. Tine New Strollers Are Mere * * Mothers--this is a season of the Stroller Carriage--and Coiinellsville's most compelte selection is to' be found at the new store. Styles with hood and reclining back featured in a particular manner. Exclusive Agents for the "Kumfy-Kab" The World's Best Collapsible Carriage for Babies. Eveii New Ideas in Tea Wagons Dainty styles in mahogany, w a l n u t and Jacobean just arrived. See them, the very one you want is probably in the selection and the prices are exceedingly modest. All styles have removable trays. *.^ Sellers' Kitcheieed 75c Yd. Its cheerful color designs and resilience to the step appeal both to mother at her work and children at play. Thick, durable, waterproof, sanitary, and easily kept clean. Lies flat without tacking, and won't curl The Kiiclien Cabinet With the Flour Bin That Lowers to the Floor For Filling. The Sellers' Hitch-, eneed as advertised in the leading periodicals Is to be found here in all the newest 1913 models. On sale At the Zimmerman-Wild Store Exclusively 'Artistic designs specially suitable for kitchen, bath-room, sewing-room, play-room, bed-rooms, halls and closets. Saves work, nerves and floors. Inspect our display today. Made by BIRD SON (Established 1736) Eut Wolpolo, And Sold Exclusive!}- in Coniiellsvflle at the Zimmerman-Wild Store. nt These Remarkably Low Prices: Lots on Piltshiirir Slrent, ¥12,%: Lots on Poplur Street, $125: Lots on.Hawthorne Street, #100; l.uts on Ciirson Street,, $SO. City Water. Cash or on Easy I'niiricnts, C. B. McCOKJUCK, Agent, P. 0. Box 144, ConnellsviHe, ?a. C. A. VOIGHI OH OWCtE How to Nou MV. OUSMT "To SAVJE LEAST A

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