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Fitchburg Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 4, 1928, Fitchburg, Massachusetts tANKS 1002 Batting Order for Today ST. LOUIS Doothit, ef tilth, NEW YORK REVEALS VFTERANS, I ON CITY WORK, cflw Rou.XhilnnaB, Styt Special ConuntHee Has Sertrtl Diffioih Problenw; That Mmiici- ttrEr-Scrrice MTO f Republicans To Open State Campaign With Rallies Here And In Leominster t.'vc off n irh fti K Frank d at cfflr-ers, r and f-.r wvrctu-r. arvl n "f the canflujr-'e fur Vnltt-'J PUdinir "This nf __ On liners w bi- j? T. TfMiJwiiy at UeiV lii.jn Inn, si'-ckk-rlilKr I f. :n rise n-fsrerii of the rri-.-i- I of Allan latey Harper, rf Wibon, e Maranville, Sherdel, p (American) firtt; McGfrwan third. Q Hoyt, p (Nrioiul) By The Babe And Gehrig of 8MM Into Stadium To First Play In Today's Encounter i tuft H Yanks4 Pitcher ft> For Cards rW'rf fvjnfl th.r. nr si :Je r-Mir-r..-'; t'tvir layoff, flr.J th's ivh'T hrt> ijf Wnrk. V-'f- ILOPL ol ans'iOlia Assessors Base Valuations On Year of Car and Rate Book htHvcvr ;.-h It is tflc tit aid, und of in'tr to take a vjwdtion; I fount 'til-it from this' "The Inw fretufi turn! r earliw in the ytwir. has i i n 'h n I nr bv the und In by (HTTJS A 19S3 jwi reporter (hlf the owner of a The ftrwi car f" hetnp ntww-1 than hU. is inf.- a protnsl ever bis more in of tns h. fc-.iii'i.- -TIH. mi. In resiviinsp to tnip Mr of Xcw York vs at :inil tlint ;hf> titfiRfst -nuid in world's1 wrjUld witness the firt-wirks. was i wo- filled. WArrt Hdrr TO START SUNDAY WILL tMEHDEL MARKET ACTTVTry SecnrkW Far Out- run Yahm, Neceuwy, YANKEE STACMUM. NEW YORK. Ot 4 Th. Yrtk. put KTOM the firrt run in game in the opening round on A Or QDQDtev. _ By ALAN J. GOULD Tress fiporta YANKEE STA1.1VM. YOKK, N. Y, clamour.' ri'lf-r. the fann thf', whrlll i fif iVip w'KTti'jcoafeB" re- freshment thit ito wiih r-it back to their.' Watebfo witfc compfefo bat aeon ol ffune. YAMCKES-Mafey tuns fJy near the kft tietd barrier. tojini-rt out Dugan. hopper arid him out. >o rio hits, no wu THIRD IXMNO Kt H> 10 admit an-1 steaifHy f itw. faithful, Only tome 4fr.8tiS IS kAs 'many of wrrc sokl 'out itie thronjt Qp lo arounil KO.OuO in of the high mark a -H-orld Yenkers, worM'n now. any. rate. ui4 vfitli a for any vvtdcnre LI) con- trary, first on the lot; trottliw noon white piJ. erowfli yellert nrnt the hand in 14Ct playrtl -Mail! Htitll Thp ttnntfii All It wits a, tnilcl. day. Ideal for vine's fly. Mirift. out tuck pop fly thp (.'nrdittftU' fwr a thrilUnif catch. Xo no no left. nonJwrful one-hand catt-h of Hoyt pop irtu! near iho Ivfi field IHHrthit hlf h fly, Frlnch tfjused out KOenig. No rtina, no hJU, n'o FOURTH INMNO fannert. Frivh out to Bottnm- ley no no YANKEKi1 Kuth double at ItuLh run Into ihe ngnt firtO popped .nut to Wllttort, 1 i iiucc Eloped, Uvittg at no reason tri nivh "In' nuUi.V f f that the dptuirtnieht Sff thsi mtn. men Oy depanmeiu 7 or f v-. ;n. j Xirholax Hiimnnia had arn! uns in illn mf hiotner tiu'li. AD'i amaii. Vntldrrn j tnis.ftfrtni.-r crtiwn InVotTfd in city who. would keep fanulus in the Jiff. vis.Ltfd the United States In ]fil'? "'Thai him been the in i iwth'r, Ma.ri'. ownpr WiouM first fhti.'t. mi hits reslstratKin and out. ft flit year inuYlci his oar N. rf-fiV unless t" In- .i4-0iit year recotd ol Uifi tvTMiV! t rf-elstrar'p offw.-c-'slKf'wi iliai a Tio salfl. uthf-r. 1 -nearly cnsr that ilir rernrds we ptn. frnn-. titfi fitjli; 1" i-ar.'wnfr that of motor In mrtnv. CBJIPS vie winifiril anil ihur five hat'' thai this reiyird does n.ii we jilaccd on his rar. with Hie owners'belief In tlif .iimifii-il iiy fuc-t-j uimn which of hm car. This record ift the u.- i ws muut New German a For Trip to U. 5. Gtvcn Find Fight many caws we..havp wft d ,is a -rf the ADMIRAL TO ._ ____ Vnii Is and we have itupprd many nf (lifrfii-i and Carol's VALUES HUSBAND'S LOVE AT xinin1 through Ita final tpfrt fliKht. IB ipijuly to -leave fur the I lilted nn Sundaj-, It WHS.art- thHt only unfEivonii'id weather wouM the de- pariure. Urnf Xeppplttl. on the iwil flisht of 34 and a lialf liuuia, covered about IfeO'l an more Dian 6: an hour. Tht ship NEW YORK. On, 4 John.. I. national (.'liair- huin nnil pi-'iniinftit stock raarkct fir. In denyinp any activity In thjrt -wcjiilir '.prlcfs K far ummn their valuta llial a. "nta- bat01 again for fori' usually .colorful uri-Tit, The grand- wore hertcckeil in hrlpht tiuntinc and the national in much more profusion tlvan IM." Thu a'lajs uid JSlr.lpea fktl- d friim Beveril ftoien rtalfji atop hij; well as frnm tlie rerun fli'I-1 that flew wrrld's oliiinil'iurifhip bupting of- Imttinp frur 6ivn? rTDEUTY CO-OPERATIVE BAWt Cor. Mdn awl W. G. Ifayw, i he beflpvtfi who chlPf of operatlonc from IfllS lo inailn annouQcemeni through! William H HIJI. stAtn of -the Hoover-rurtis i "t am 74 old and I have voltd, mainly because of the; I conditions lr my life." isa.M -'but this year think Vt In [my duty to vole for the of Republican parly, i 'T think for Uie dimple rpa-: wn that Democratic paj-ty has xhpwn hy iw record, when It waff In "power! that It la anworuiy to be i entrusted with the safety of S. widow of was made (he defend' In a UOfl.00.0 filed ,ln nt Bwei'in tortay by M Bald to of thU oltj; for auenation of the c.f her Aiel V. Smith- formerly of Oardn-r. .Nfnlfli that Mrs. -persuadert and him to remain away from home .fur tenf perlodB of Ume." The banki trusteed are thp Gard- n'r bank, First National bank of (jiardner. County Institution of Savings and Hio Nitlona.) Siinwniu! bank In ,Bos- ton Dot in the city directory ana is BO record at city ot tkrtr In r.ardnrr, Mr. Smith In waa built, Holland to Kngland ader returnitiK, TUininn fOS'cr i Germany and Lack to Its I At a- fur (light ihm airahwi WJM nivl- J man nf ihe fliVancV. cornaiklfte of Motors in sharp to he na9' he til' tinw tonK his turn in the butting drill. His had Anyway, vith Shprdel ri'.-m'lnatvd ti. [rota the A prohiiae..of Indian nummer BIUI- jthlne fired the spirit it hlwJ not fired for yemrw tn Isolated lixna tiu; chart room hehlnJ It. The diritciMp was ulil to have shown or other ullti'.i- of through shlfilne of inflation This is slwayn i'on- ildered In a new airship oC eiutiH. t'lpetLallv uhen it urons head wln.-ls, The functioned perfectly through- out the trip. IncluilliiK the rlliici.iEfkener. nf the Graf o SU tally known, n IJE-1I7. One of rue.sta on flight I. lent. Commander E. Rosendahl. S. navy. commander ol dirigible An- orlitltially which also buftt at accredited Hf- to my activity in. urocit market.'1 he aaid. "are entirely without tonndalloii. for .two very guixl reasuna. "In the first nincp I have this a-i Demnoratl.1 national cliaJrnia'n 1 have not tit-en neer my office and not pur- chased any stock whatsoever. 'In the seccnrf II ii my opinion that prlcfta have FO far outrun iir nmnntraieJ values, earning puwer and dividend that a material is ntrffssary they wJH agftln to prudent fnvestor, course of htmd market a, indication of whtre the; In- vestor In relaMon to present Security 'iJivldeliu returns tow fuid minify rutei lipil Ttlvds; In and Viiit 13.79 TO' tjp. Whether It. van TIMJT- one) or not.Old I'f-tf cap fitted him n" Iwittr ihan uiUftl. Jim Uot- unntey, wh.. bin on one car. the catiiwa's pje with old at ftebert W, of the hoard of the Standard oil To. nf Indiana, rharped with perjury in ronnection with tpgilmony before Senate committee, iian been poned Until Nov. The cane had" been set for S. PLAY BY PLAY By CARL S. BRANDEBERRY Press Rports Writer) BiU Af B. M. Arena nnar IJoulhlt polishrd ftat with dirt, to the ptatf. and out, Ijattrl to BVnl up a high fly to threw out Frlsrh at first, No runs, no hlU, no errors. Js'ont left. V A NKEKfH -Paschal tlltA out to Haler tMk Of. Kuth KOI m. double into right field for TdniMM f iral hit. Rutti oh double to the rlpht fieliil bleafher Mat up fetch one to. Frlstn. One WH, two nttt, HEALTHFUL FRUITS A'1 of country, tlorkla, aa4 M supply iBTOt Cfttitxlo in Ordwwr, Colorado. thl> Spoken To Be OB Tonigkl THE STORE THAT'S DIFFERENT YORK. Oct. 4 on toalxbt in- Smith and Hoover appear On But, more bMHnc ncUher, to the Oct. 4 Croi- by of the rtprtnrt court wltli bill In equity broufht by Edmund an in to restrain Bosttft Our extensive bankingcon us to cure reliable information tO CALL 1410 TOR FRESH FISH! arerta In IM new North hi city, Crocker, repreantlnit Ditttwnd 8EJQOND IKX1NO in............aa. t WJU COO- yew
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