The Hopewell Herald from Hopewell, New Jersey on May 26, 1926 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO Wednesday, May 26, 1926. THE EWELL HER AIsD Just Like Handing You Money when we tell you how little our repair chages are. You will never be up before the judge for blocking traffic if we care for your car. CLARK'S REPAIR SHOP 'Phone 129 " West Broad Street HOPEWELL, N. J. SOMERVIL ADMINIS SEVERE LTUt i a.b. 'Gerber, 2b 4 11NU Muuoy, if 5 'Wiertel, as, p. .5 ENJOYS McBride, If, ss..3 AT EX- jMuniing, 3b.... 5 A TEAM Bernhardt, 15. ..5 I Yacka, c 3 LAINFIELD.Falk, cf 4 I Cavanaugh, p,lf.4 Ride on the Tires that Save You Money Tfrettone GUM-DIPPED CORDS Tire economy and highest quality tires go hand-in-hand. Just a few trips to the tire repair shop and the formerly cheap tire is already a very dear one, to say nothing of how much trouble and delay it will cause during its short life. Consider no further, buy Firestones and save money. VANSANT & VANDERMARK, Central Garage Broad Street 'Phone 114 1 The Lowest Prices in History BROUGHAM $1519 HUDSON COACH NOW A, Y. 0. "At Your Door" Nothing Else to Pay $1259 ESSEX $629 LOCAL BASEBALL cl BATTING PRACTtC PENSE OF VISITI BOUND BROOK AND NEXT In a nlzhtmar . taM WmuJ 33 6 7 24 12 6 well completely smothered Somerville ' Hopewell 8 0 4 1 4 2 0 0 x 19 under In Saturday's Contest to a score Somerville 303000100 6 of 19 to 8. The local stayers drove. Two-base hits Lawyer (2). Sacri-j two visiting moundsmen from the fir- flce hits Carver, Galloway, McBride. I tog pek and scored rttns at will.' gtolen bases Savldge, Staples. Run-j When the Hullflsh rifles were not yon (2)( Galloway, Munzing, Kava-barklng then free tickets were gener- aanah struck out By Galloway, ously scattered about by the Somer- 9. ItaTanaUgh, 2; Wiertel, 2. Base on ville Singers and the game developed bausoff Galloway, 4; Kavanaugb, 6; Into a fracas almost after the first Wjertel, 5, wild pitches Galloway, toning ended. I 2 Passed ball-Agin, Yacka. Hit by Somerville, only a trail shell of the pitcher Runyon, 2. Umpire Agin, former good baseball clubs from the piaftlfleid will be the attraction on Somerset county seat, was helpless Decoration Day (Monday) in the after-before Galloway's slants and offered noon This club alwayg puts M ex. scarcely any opposition to we mem- ceUeDt team oa the field and it will to bers of the Hullflsh clan wns mtlil'-ss- aM probablIItyia9&ne of the best ly laid waste to everything that was in played gan)es of the currelt season. reach of their bats. ' A repetition of Saturday's track meet, as it might be termed, will not occur again this season as such teams as the Bound Brook Somersets, Plain- field and Flemington will be the home team's opponents in the nest three games. Bound Brook plays here Saturday and this is one of the strongest clubs in Somrset county. 'Saturday's score follows: Hopewell a.b. Savidge, 3b. 4 Carver, rf. 5 Agin, c 3 Kggott, If 1 I. Hullfisb, lb.. 5 Staples, ss 3 Pierson, ss 2 B. Hullflsh, cf..2 Yard, cf. 1 Lawyer, If, c,..4 Runyon, 2b 4 Galloway, p 6 Room Conior of trttrnt Brery room, according to the decorators, must hare a center of Interest, a colorful, Interesting point to which one's eyes are immediately drawn as he enters the room. This center of Interest may take to the fireplace and the assemblage 0! furniture that goes with It ; or, where there Is no fireplace, a wall of books and a comfortable chair or two may be the general drawing point; or, again, the davenport with the tapestry or mirror and pictures that heng above It may be the king group in the room. But certainly, there should always be one setting that, by Its sice or color strength, or comfort value, keeps all the other groups subordinate to it Pkywlcal Parictio, The Soetotj of Director, of cal Education has set th standard, of measurements physically ideal America sJL1 twenty-two; "With a height 8 inches be carries a weight pounds. The girth of hlTfl J? and calf are the same, with J? arm m inches lass. The : f 7i i man that n head. HtoeiinudchestI940iLr the girth of his waist is 10 tndK his nip girth almost the eamTuT unexpended chest, while the brT of hla walar haralv 0 " 0tHt& of his foot, and the stretch of m measures 2 Inches more tnT height" o. PAINTING & PAPER HANGING Alt Jobs Promptly Attended To. PETER A. BRUNO Crusher Road Hopewell, N. J. 5-19-3tp 'Phone S8R13 Just received a new line of for Ladies and Men, 15c. up. R. CASTORO Railroad Place, opposite depot HOPEWELL, N. J. Special Sale Tires Over Holiday Only Hood Tires, 30x34 98.93 Micheliu Tires, 30x34 $10.96 Michelin Oversize, 30x34 913.50 Hood White Arrow, 30x34 .... 913.78 Michelin & Hood Balloon, 29x4.40 . 914.98 A. PL Adam Skillman, N. J. T-PASS. SEDAN $1750 Prices include freight, tax and the following equipment: Front and rear bumpers, automatic windshield cleaner, rear view mirror, transmission lock (built-in), radiator shutters, moto-meter, combination stop and tail light BROAD STREET GARAGE "The Service Shop" E. A. BRIGGS, Foreman. W. A. VVEART, Proprietor. Satterthwaite's For Better Seed pppp Complete Catalog Seeds, riCE. Too,1St Suppiieaf yencil!ff ONION SETS Yeltaw, 20 lb. Whits, 2So lb. Spray Now Maud Spray. EVERGREEN Lawn Seed 1 lb, 50c 4 lb., $1.75 8 lbs., $325 30 lb.U 100 lb., $38.00 White Clover for Lawns A hV20c Vz lb, 35c 1 Ib, 60c Baby Chicks I J $12.00 & $15.00 I j per loo Lawn Fence Qates, $3.50 up Fenee, 14c and lf ft. m I 10 lbs., 25c I riDBHU 1r( I - wa9on lad of fOTATOES ordinary manure. I Cobbler Petatoea 1 .- J Green Mt Potaiaa. Chiefc Pd f"5 per 100 lb. Satterthwaite's Seed Store t . .. OUTO SPEEDING THE SPOKEN WORD The matrumcnt on your desk isonl, the inbound and outbound terminal. orofSSoS Placing and completion of caul mdSSf DW Practi' a, the closely aPProach the iSZ" of thoae earlier years seem X ordinary " P'nt Itt the in- R.M.1 SUTSCRJBK FOR TH. KOl-niBUf HMUXK THE DELAWARE AND ATLANTIC aiAPHANDTELEPHONBCO. OM1 MI.UU!,, T.S.T I.M , ,.M... ""saBaBSSBSiiiBiaanBBa 1111 1,11 B&vt c I

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