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THE BARItE DAILY TIMES, . BARRE, Vi FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922.
BOY CHAMPION
MEETS-VETERAN
Sarazem Jlace JTrenehi for
r-tipnal Open Golf".
iChampionship t ? i.
GjQIAAITI3) 1
WILL BE SHATTERED
Constipation
To relleva it, and to stimulate the
torpid liver and other dlprestlve or
gans, take the prompt and pleasant
f Hood's Pills
t taK.'ny fo operate. "
JJde b O.'t-MoodASo-X Lowe. !.
If Sarazen'insr'He Will
Hold Both -National Tiv
W ties atrinfTira ; -
Oalcmont Country club, Pittsburgh,
fug & WriiffakV Pw&y.i-i
Make international' History for the
sposi.tSn'et fjeasBn-d vateVa&i-victor
play to-day profeslfonal golf tradi
tions Vilt-eh'attJi.Ji' youth -will
bol Jiationuh tit las for- the 'irst, time.
players who turned in 'a score of 6Q
dunnffnVfournaWnr'The Wirflt
ttftiimdourflf diffleI--ad diffloult that
JodkilutobineOH, antUvother wetra-rw
told tournament officials tbi, certain
obstacles should be removed. Tar 'it
f, , . 4 f f 'if fr vi'
'SataJteW !morefanrtlik'ri with "the
cfiuiwe-taJi rteFsemhb-i th-.tjattpr
hp ,hd,np jfljcwUy playing undprpar
figures. The Youngsown star piayea
Vkiiep yetefay,'MUt'lvn tnen he was
victorious'. 8 to . His opponent was
John Golden of Tuxedo, N. Y. Sarazen
played a better ttm ho' had to.5 He
won from Bob Cruickshahk of West-
flak lfv.f Snde. 4t
mac dot a- nnai.Bwi earnw xoe Tignt
of many thrilling struggles-in the j bvJthel tAurnamenfe itories. In
final round of 456 hobs for the-national the preliminary -touftds Sarazen had to
Conn., all looked to the tall, dark crack
from Youncstown. 1 V '
King Gene to use the title bestowed
on him by Hutchinson ruled favorite
this afternoon for various reasons. He
knows the course, he is a champion,
apd he la the pet i tha gallery. -
. AMERICAN LEAGUE. i
WJ rir i J.X- i i
Chicago 2, Boston 3 (first game).
Chjgo I,' Boston B (second game).
Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 8.
Detroit 1, Nftw A'orla . .
St. Louis 8, Washington S.
American League Standing.
- m -.'V t,; -tIVt)iiT,.Lostr Pret.
St. Louis ...... M 46 " .589
New, York ...i...! 1 6T . 47
Detroit .. 65 fi3
Cleveland iT..'
Chicago . ,
Washington
Philadelphia " , , 17,
Boston
"(58
57
43
'44
'44
58
65
6!)
(14
68
.587
.527
.500
.509
.433
.407
.303
roiessioaal goit enamjuansmp jiera 10-
.A. - . wt-..fi.;, ' .,..
, The youth s fugene , Sarazen of
PjtUbflrgh, national -open cRampion.
rheman i Emmet French of Youn'gff
towe, 0.. . -..' ,1 ' r,
(lf Sarftsefljs yicjtfOrouis,, ip,inatoli
topple the mighty 'Jock Hutchinson,
Miff Maw of Havtiil, MuAsrj'.WiPHfe
Qpftol Wpreettery Maw. ni Pranls-T.
Sprogell of Memphis." George Gordon
of olton, Mike Brady, the Detroit
stars -Emit Loeflfler,-n of Pittsburgh'!
bet, and, fi.v 8 Miners of .Stamford,
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
ittsburg, 3.,
i, Pittsbi
"I, Cincinnati 0.
New, York 6,
Philadelphia
Boaton""'2,'hicafeio,7. i.
Brooklyn 8, St. Louis 7. .: v
National League Standing.
Won Lost Pet.
New YorWr, -65 - 45 - 'Ml
St, touis
Chicagrf .
Cihdnnaii
Pittsburg .
Brooklyn . r. .
Philadelphia- .
Boston
.'. 61
56
54
43.
e
4fl
53 1
52
54
38 -
.550
.35
.519
.500
.StW
THREE GARS
WERE WRECKED
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Slo rapidly has the'vHiune olNashT sales
jisen : throughourth :(pountry thar our
business thi&year has broken all previous
- records.
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;..XnlQ.:pxpoucuon economies or inrcasea
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Were- Filled, wllfirti
..iaqmsts ,ojql, Way ia Na-...:
v' "agarajFalls.-r- -
slightlY Mured
Beverly,,; -Mass., ' Woman
TJuffaV N."Y ' AnWlg.-tlfrrl-Vs
wi1hveMirtibM)!ts',wre''wretkell
on-' the ! high" speed trftlley Itrm '(fo
Niagara alls' jurt afUr lnidnight,
No one -was killed and no one was
seriously injuftd ".though" fth cars j
left the raj Is and two' were unset. Five
peraons.WfiK rtightljMijured.
The excursion started for the falls
in nx fit, the Jarge type., high speed I
trolleys ' icoflmbanied ovVtwo trouble I
wagons. iAnile Jwyond 'flW' Btllfalo
city line the. first cen an-roMo a hole
that had been blasted in the track rnot
lonft before; Twol cars followed in
oolhsion and the line was - blocked
both ways. Croat confusion tnsued
but the repairmen got o work with
out delay. ' ' "
' Fifty pernonS wpr Joi'lnd to be e'ut
fering? from- excitement nd I hock.
(Jne large (hospital ivearet th on
of, the , w)rck, had , jnly fy,,. patwjitJ
Rpl
nwaived-'otxr1 ptient,iSlrs. Julia CTos
ana the countr hospital even nearer.
h8 r Vione.,v"The Tonawanda' hispit'at
dan.Q iyaam oldjififJBeverly, Mats
who suffered frtjro cuts at the,haad f a4
possiTile contusion of the brain.
RACES AP ST. AtSANS.
M-i
,!!2r r'KusTness have ; enabled us not only to im- V
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nut also to tdxice (he price of eyeynQdpLr,;r
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Bart HorMs .Takes First is Jtfa Ertat
o i . and Third ift 2:24-Keat,A' 4Ti
"kl.'AibBJis. 'Ausr. l8i-llces 'at ' thi
Ubie Wuet, park, yctttirday tere uV
blaytn's bay roar, Kf parole won rirat
money in wie . a:ao ;irvi ,na ptwe anil
hik HjfyP(Je'. won -third pja-in-th
ai4 trt and panr Tlx sttnarjamt ; .
Esparole. V. rt. (F. A'flar i
Dantia Belle,'-, ch. m (Sic- - ! "
Khsne) .... 4 T 1 2
Chestnut We', clir A'TWiWrrfT Jr "
Bapidite, ch. f (Ward p6t) v5 rlrmwff.
- " . a rt o . m i a . Art i t A
3ai Dewer. b-.g (Leach) 2 4 4 4
2:24 Trot and Pace'.
k - .win'the-line.-;- Now;is,0uyinff time. . Bring , ?
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KELLY-&' NELSON
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Fred Haltoon,-eh. g. (Bwalleyr l 1
Harry Gazette, b. a. '(Bruaseau) 2 2 2
Joy Rol,,b. la.Hlajr toiri . 1
llJyamoTe, bUc, m. (Berrr) i. 4 4
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. CUMAX COJJES T0:0AT. '
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In Women's National Singh) and
, ' Double Chafflpiobship Camt. -."
Forest HiO, K. E Y. Alif .l lt,Th
climax of the women's national aingles
and doubles' chaAijWiships will come
to-dvf . in the' eawtnffia rnatohea in
both divisions at the West. Side club.
Chief interest lies ifi' fhe copteat be
tween Miss Wilts, tW IB year-old adept
of Berkeley, CalLf.- who meets Mra.
Sutton Bundy of Loa- Angelea, former,
champion since Mrs. Molla Bjtirstadt
Mallory , of . New Vork. the playing
through champion, Is conceded an ay
victory over Miss- Lethe Bancroft k
West Newton. - Mass., --in the other
miu'D. .....
. ' n the doubles fa-day- Sirs. Mallory
no " iwiivn oLKfiirnvT pi iHiiuin,
will meet Miss Clare- CMsel of Elbaron,-
N. Y ., and Mi ilana.Wagoner of Aew
York, whila,-, Mrs, .Jassup and Miss
Wills are contesting with Mrs. Bundy
snd Miss Helen Hooker of Greenwich,
Conn., . .
" , '"..Nash Distributers for-Washingt on -Orange. Lamoille? Chitteh
mvm ?' 1' Telsnhan M7I1
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Soesb laeiC who ars nether bHnd ' 'miy have received ' his' Inforjiia-'
'p6iL9Iiterafe;AcMzi:-f V tlon, through others vwho-,ob
1 that!thex,'ieyer'rr,ead advertse- tained their knowledge from ad -
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.the Trjan ,who, "never . reads ad he ""never reads adyertisements.w
i vertieelnents,, ' "used jld adver- , Not one of , us ever reasoned
s T tfsed" tooth paste ' df&havrng but' entirely from his own mind
j f ir cream .or soap. If he crwns an au-. - that the earth is round.. If we
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. automobile he will reply in wordi . : In these days of good, truthfuL -
.tHat-Eftiglite.6en'lifted bod-"; J helpful advertising to ; sayt "V
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Advertising 'has formed his don't read all advertifements." '
"oplnions.to a great degree. He . . . . ..J.
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V The American, Association of Adrertisinjf Agencies.
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ular Hart.SchafTnen&;Marx:quaHtytatles
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A! larse" pr cnt' of "oil" townsfolk
motored lo Tosf Mills Wednesday to
aftend.'.the annual Tost Mills 'fair,
which was a dendd svKTess and J
prowinft in popularity ahd patronage
ea h 'yeaf.r ,Jhe 'feature ofpartirtilar
interest to our'periple was' the iasebalf
eaaie tn which pur 1vl ti4ni .rrossed
hat with Jh Post. Mills team in the
final . of a ri;s or lore games . or i
whirh each tesm had won "one me.
nth teams nave neen playing strong
throuchbOt th season and unusual In
terest was centered by the 'people tn
the east part of the county on the out-
rome of this game w"hirlt waa "played
before a large, and enthusiastic audi
f' snd rsoattad bt sv victory for the
Chelsea team as how-by the foltew.
inf pport. Te J.aeup:
Chelsea. ab r h no a
CL Burpew. ef &' 1 0 1 0 0
Adams, p, lb i 0 1 S 6 0
Cor win, lb, p S 4 S 8 0 0
O. AurprM, If 6 1,2 0 0 0
Tit', m' . .'. .'. . .'. "l Q 4- 1 !
MoreV.'Sb i..V.. 4 O 'O I ' I
Kandanrrf ...:. .1 4 O.t 0 O 0
Imor, J 0 r 51-1
Bsraw, 2k 4 0 J t Jl
Totals .f...".X.V 7-'f CT ir4
Tt 3lf!Tf . " a t V'po'a
;r;:.;,lh3n;y.qu;d expert .to-pay iqr; cheap, pjothes.
Now's the time to get; yqurs-yaca; 1,
ttion timeTis shortening 'every- day, - now!
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10:40 a. and theaenir of onima
Wo h art fr a":30 p. to. The- eervicea
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session especialTy 1H b of much in
terest to all who ran attend. Among
the speakers will be Rev. Herbert J
ar all to ke pubiW aad the afteraow' YTckoff, a forwf pastor r.f the chtfrea.
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Patted for ft. fjf!M In the eiphti.
Two-tae hit, Kendall 2, rn4leton.
Hnma ran, Corwin, 8tolea !, Cor-
in. Titus 2, rWasnnra t, Bd, I
dUtm, Baat on kail. xX AAm
fS Hnl'i S. Mrujk fUj. by Adams 4.
: Hcliy li. tmmbW plays. B-raw Ut Cor
iWi'n, Baraw (unaMtcd), Titus to Cr-
wib Time, 1 hf W min. empire.
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rh'.iTrhrm is in he fe''d w tk fo-
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Automobile Insurance
, ? t' ?:! J.W., Dillon . ,
BOLSTER BLOCK. 'PHONE 34-Rr
Buy: IWb;Q,di:M;bxA
No Hard CoalinLn?d since Apr. 1st, no Hard Coal
' in . storage' and' Q6, possiJbility;of hipmetit? before
October or Nm-embcr, we. advise bujnng some wood.
.Hard Cpal will.com to jus very slowly and in small
quantities when shipments begin. AMfew loads of
ood in your cellar-will be very nice or your .early
fires. ' We offer Hardwood 'Slabs!. In loads of 3 or 6
runs at $3.50 per run delivered direct from the mill
yard.". This Is a good buy. ' We lrnowtMs'is an ad
vertisement but we also believe it to be good advice. '
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" We have all kinds of wood. , j, ' . - .
Calder &-Richardson PKone 450

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