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TnE KKPFBLIO: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1903.
General News and
Gossip of tilt' Loral
-Tarpot Work Has Hei-n
Livi'Iv at the South
McGovitii So Longer
hi' "Terrilile lVrrv"
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Jt Iielnue s football team Heime'i
well pinj-iil m ilif MinunSim'
GENERAL NEWS AND GOSSIP OF
FOOTBALL FIELDS AND PLAYERS.
WirlnieH's Dfatli Was the rnfortnnato 1-Vatnrc of thf Ltu-a!
Wppk East'ern Teams Are l.onn.liii"; Into Definite Form, but
Clinues in Their Line-l'iis Are Exiiprtptl Philadelphia i?liov
injr Team Work.
.V1I1TTEN POH THE SfXDAT RHTBLIC
."oltnny WlUinell's untimely death was
th" unfortunate feature of la.t week, the
fatality throwinB a Kloom over practice
i ! the last seven day.. As a result of the
jiTldent. St. Iouls University discontinued
nork on the gridiron for the remainder
if the week.
WlthncII was a good quarter back and
was considered one of the strongest men
of his weight m any tenm in the city. He
ei?hed but 1 pouls. Jet Played a
sitons and steady game . ajtainst men
liravier than himself.
. That he should have been Injured fatal
ly In the lightest of practices shows the
uncertain -nature of the pme. It was
Svhile running for a ball on the side Hm-s
that he slipped and fell, the fall contrib
utinK even more to his death titan the
impact of another player, who was pushed
As the university faculty very iroerly
tailed off the games It had scheduled for
two dates, the midweek was unbroken by
?ny match. High and Manual opened the
lnteischolastie series yesterday, and this
i.: the cridlron feature In the way of
Smith Academy has been doing well in
it" games. The red and white squad ap
nrars to have a better chance .than ever
liefore of capturing Its games stratcht
down the line this year, and Its prospects
in the final match with High School are
prohablv better than last year.
Adherents of cither school have been
delivering Hong arguments as to which Is
the better team. Arguments now are not
going to afTect the result. That High s
woik against Washington's second team
was somewhat better than that of Smith
Academy against the same eleven s the
lieilcf of some witnesses of both contests,
while, others fall to agree with this view.
tine thing is certain, that both, teams
;ne evenlv matched and that each has
ibout as good material as It uas had for
several years. While Smith Academy has
r.-ore veteran players. High School has
nough men of last season and la In sut-
ti.-lently good condition to mae .j ,
har-es at least even wlll tnosc o. 1
! ponent of Thanksgivini
result of Insubordination on the
l.ehlgh -eleven. Captain Farabaugh of that
team has resigned and will play hereafter
..n 1 he scrubv This Incident occurred alter
the grfir.e or ten days ago. when the elev-
n made a good showing against Prlnce
101 .Minor teams or the East are in high
fe-tlier this vcar. Amherst's victory over
Harvard will doubtless swell the form-r
allege with pride almost to the bursting
point. In fact, that it has already done so
was exemplified when a weaker team met
and defeated Amherst a week later. Har
vard's conquerors had come to consler
themselves invincible In that short sluice
of ieven days, and played accordingly.
Recording to Magistrate Crane, a Jus
tice of the Peace In Harlem. N. Y.. foot
hall is worse than prize fighting. Uaseball
is a legitimate sport, the Judge declare.",
while rootbali is not. The fact that men
have arms and legs broken In the gridiron
cimc Is the jiolnt on which he based his
The manner la which the case came up
MY BEST REFERENCE IS,
hATHAultL. K. KING, M. .,
i Pine St, St. Louis. Mo.
I cure stricture without the knife or
Instrument, by an application which
acts directly on the parts affected, dis
..olvlng the stricture completely by my
,;alvanieeleetr!cal and medical treat
ment. My treatment is painless and In
lowise Interferes with your business
X v gvarantrr to mw ;
' Xof 0 tf otter n'fd b? paid ihtil cured. "
Vnrfcorele. Unnnlnrnl Discharges.
Contagious ninnd Polaon Lobs of
Manly Vigor. Drains, Louses, Piles,
Kidney, nindder and Prostatic
Trouble. Itupture and Private
lilienaen permanently Cored.
Hours- S a-ro. to 8 p tn. Son., s a.m. to Z p.m.
FIR VlNfl No tl l"!ne st-ner cor.
UU. tVllMJ, tUi .'t PJnel. 5L Louir. Mo
Jf o cannot call, ttriti.
t HV KI.I l Si Ml
ri .i iu. i imi ..r ilia- M i
. , II- has ijL.-ti W ill. J-
was a teM suit against the proprietors of
a baseliall field, who desired to lease 't for
Sunday football games. The verdict as
the announcement that warrants would be
issued If a complaint was made that the
football games caused annoyance to .hoe
In the vicinity.
Harvard's work of the last week has
been gradually improving, so far as prac
tice L concumed. Speed In the (tacks' Is
.-lowly developing, and the coaches were
well pleased last FrMav at the manner to
which the men -ot away. Harvard's team,
which appeared yesterday. ; said not to
be the same eleven, in several positions. a
that which will face Yale later.
Sugden and Carrick were played against
each other at center on first and scrub
teams two days of last week. Sugden had
little rouble In dlsioslng of his anus
oii't whenever they met.
Just a Harvard's team of yesterday was
not the eleven which will represent the
college later. In all probability, so it fc
said that the I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania
team will have several changes mad? be
fore next year.
The lln-t Pennsylvania team In It en
tirety is liiug held luck for a time. It
is saiiL Spectators at the games are feeing
the nucleus of the team In these early
games, hut the trylng-out process Is not
yet through at either college.
One thing whieh indicates that Penn
y!vnla"s; chances will be good Is the
fact that team work ha 1v-ni brought 10
a satisfactory' pitch. Th- men have been
keyed up at signal practice until the backs
can hit an opposing line lH'fore the an
tagonist's fully realize where the attack Is
Coaches Hlekoek and Mcf'ormlck. who
have been working nn the Vale line late
ly, are said not to be overly satisfied with
the work of that part of the team. The
line-up ytytirday was- due to a general
change of position, tried for a time la't
Among the men tried out last week on
the line were Miller of the Vale crew and
llissell and Lawrence, who were substi
tuted for a time In place of Klnnev ami
Hogan. I.awrence and Miller showed up
fo wei wnen 1t came to ripping holes In
,,p OI,rsing line that It Is 3ldTthe exact
manner in wnirn laicn iront win line
up against Harvard N rllll uncertain.
Fumbling at Princeton worried the
coaches of that college a trlfie early in
the week, but this feature sm to liave
lieen eliminated from their work. DeWItt
has Iwen showing his old-time .una
throughout at right guanl. and Is aouut
as strong a man a there Is In the line.
Columbia has ben doing rea-onably well,
bet that !s almut all that van be said of
i ih m&mmjmmw
lEMBEKS OF ST LOUIS UCIOSSE CLt'B.
Barnes, from left to right, standing: II. Knight. W Passmore. R. Dowllng. Seatcd:
Gitmult and IL rcnlrton.
I n.iiTi iy am. mule t'ahl
NEWS OF HUNTERS
AND LOCAL SHOOTING
Hensonabl.v Good Work Is Done
at the Traps ot tlfe
ROEMER'S THEORY OF WORK.
He Kelieves That Tendemy Is lo
Shoot Too Illicit at the
Start Notes of the
Shooting on the South Side will be re
sumed tl.'s afternoon at the grounds of
the Haden Gun Club. No. t?li South
Broadway, one feature of the day being a
shoot for the club trophy. This will be
the regular bimonthly contest for the
In the special matches of last Sunday
some reasonably good work was done. In
one match at thlily birds Iag;s ami
rieumpe divided honors, each killing
twenty-seven, while Miss King and llecker
tied for second place, with totals of tnen-ty-slx.
Sieminskl killed twenty-four In the same
slioot. These five about divided honors
throughout the day. IXiggs showing some
good work. He has a tendency to shoot
under his birds slightly, but thN was
credited to. the drop of his gunstock.
which was not of an order suited for trap
One of the features of the day was a
three-cornertd match lietween Ilecker.
Anderson and Porter. That Is. the match
lasted for ten rounds. Tlten Ilecker and
Porter withdrew and Anderson went an
alone. He broke twenty-two out of twenty-five
targets, white his opponents drop
ped out on the tenth round after breaking
six targets each.
Total si-oier. In target event, for the
day. gaxe laggs the lead In spite of the
handicap iimler whkh he labored in shoot
ing a gun with txcesslve drop of stock.
Pluempe nniahid sreond. the pair totaling
-Ifty-four and fifty-one rcpectlvely. out of
rxty target j. Ml-'s King scored thlrty
ntnc out of fifty iirgets and Ilecker. who
rhot at seventy in the course of the afler
roon. tataled tifty-tme.
Anderson made a fairly good percentage
the same day. scorins sixty-one out of
ninety target shot at. lie will develop
Into a Rood performer at the Irr.uA. from
! all appearance.. Mason jhoawl only
, thirty well, with breakaces of forty out
, "f tr.ty. Hrinchmann shot well In the
oiiIi:k score, but weakened at the end-
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. .. ..... ... wi.- luiini.. niifi fit-
eM.'eMHIUk fc. IHlltl-Hll- ami tlml l tlie
msnn.r m trtm h thev flioot t the ien-
:i.S ! ilif iiuteh a!i cnntnt.Mr.1 wllli their
..rl. :-t th- Ke. They liecome over-
'iitl.a.lanU. at the tt ami sht
nueh uu om- ia. If they hecom yea
wiiei! Urn and' then sIhwI Menillly. all
uouhl lie well. Jim they take lit) the
iTort after .1 nummer'K l.llen.11-. rfmot
Me.lily m j, ,jj,. ,.vriit anil lf.i-nie
rhaky al ih- rntl.
Tlil 1 ni tendency asalnst whleh tli
veteran iJKijin Selmar ainl Drlllmasler
Hnemer uficn warmil iembi-rs of tie-iralli-e
for-e wlii-n tl- Uneciwts were le
ItiR inMructtNl in the ue of the reviJvr.
The men wouM Iwrumr entliuldtle.
toOt'ld Kjnt to ovii'lo the thine WMlKI 1h?
ome lli-J In a couple of days aKl woukl
then ooniinenee 10 he-- Interest In the
Mtillma.ter Rurntrr tel a rule laM
fprlnc. liinitiui; tint number of nhot tie:
men tr-r- tu rtn- a; the oIHelal rane.
While tlnx t.umlK-r wom too irnall. owing
to a desire it eonomize the ailimunlllon
and make the airunatloii for earlrldKe?
lay! throush the entire contest. It was far
lttcr than allotting the men to practice
Ind'Mllmlnaleiv tfi re ami after the
n-Ktilaiion Ihu.i. 'airordiiii; to the drill
ma:er. "uptaln IU-mer lIleved that the men
beciiii.- dlivuuraReil. nlthout renllzlns
that thev ihmclVH! tere to Wanve. If
1 tle leeiime h.ikv from too mm-h xhoot-
t inc. He eitd-ivred to impress m them
tlii: -hey .oui.l shoot all day. after Ret
iIiik ; iioroiiKhlv .-aoed at the ranee,
hut th.it loo much woik at the xlart did
ihem mor. liarm titan cood.
Thi ink- : llmltln: the number of
; 5hom i.i !.. Bre.1 on the flnt a pp r.inee
at itie trarm for the ea!nn wouhi oe a
S.hhI 'inllnanee for eoiiteMantj" to naa"
for t ln-m.. Ive. Thev would find their
mirk miHii Improved as a rej-ult and
toald Inriqiv the number of 4lot.I fnn
day to iIjv tviiiroul ill r.-'ull." tlten M
Many enmeiiantr In the toca! tourneys
eiHne out after a rummer's MIcaeM and
apiear at tin- range In no condllVm for
continuous work. The result I api-arent
in their ores a!mot Immtillately.
I Vhil- lh- Amorlran Cun Club is pullittl
off Us -h.-ots. thete events will soon shut
down for tie nlnter. In thl seaon of tlw
-ca.. tli. main VlmnH, .if lllo clllll. til-
'luding Ivte Xttzrr. Arthur Hlaetz and I make H .1 servlc eal.l
t..n Mllh-r nra.f.r tn tin their shoollnc In I ti.ififi!-I erv careftllK
..the- hx-aiitte. than at the traps. They
have viil-d Arkansas In the nasi, but are
M'GOVERN'S FAMOUS PUNCH
LOSING MUCH OF ITS EFFECT.
Krooklvn Fishier Has Failed to .Stop Three .Men of Inferior t'ali
ber in the Last Ten Days Gans Fought One (Jood Fight and
One Indifferent Contest Lately Oeneral Notes of ihe King.
WKITTKN FOR THE SfSOAY KKPUBMC
Although Terry McGovern won from
Jimmy Ilrlggs at Iloelon Iat Tuesday
evening, the outcome of the battle seems
to have done the former champion's rec
ord more harm than good. Ills failure to
pyt Jimmy away excited general com
ment. Time was when McGovern would have
made short work of any man whose stom
ach he couM reach with both lwmls. as
be did In nrHtss's case. !.af t Tuesday, al
though landing repeatedly, he was un
able to do more than slow Jimmy up
ttlfle. while gcttln-. distinctly groggy hint
self. In at least two stages of the battle he
seemed to waver, and Ilriggs actually ap
peared to have him going at one point.
Mrflovern came back strongly, however,
ami finished with a slight lead ever his
opponent. As Flriggs was popular with th
spectators the verdict was roundly hi-sed.
Twice In the previous ten days Terry met
men of little ability in six-round limits.
In each case he failed to put them away
or to seriously damage them. The toss
of speed netlceable In his efforts and the
more apparrnt toss of force behind the
Mows atTorded surprises.
Terry seems to have bad enough of it.
just as many a fighter before him has had.
The thing to do when this fact becomes
evident would be to retire from the ring,
with a rejHitation marked by only his loss
of the title. That Is. that would lie the
thing to do from a sentimental stand
point. Sentiment cuts mighty little figure In
the ring thee days, however, and so long
as money can lc picked up by lighting
these easy marks. Terry Is likely to keep
on meeting them, even If his record stead
ily loses luster.
One singular thing about McGivem's
case l the fsct that, while he has never
indulged In dissipation, so far as is known,
the theatrical life lias had just as much
ill-effect upon him as on men who com
bined the late hours of the profesekn
with l.iose Hying.
McGovern and Daugherty both suffered
by their theatrical tours In a physical
way. Daugherty. naturally light and
fragile, was considerably affected by the
constant pounding received In stage spar
ring exhibitions with the heavier McGov
ern. It is saM that he never recovered
from tlie effects of these liouts. ami bis
deterioration. In a fishtlng way. after hi
withdrawal from the stage, bears out the
MrGovem appeals to have merely suf
fered in health. Hilt the effects were
J enough to dest.-oy much of his ability as
l u llghtt r. Wfccn Young Cotbett iut him
j away for ih first time. It na thought
' that Terry was merely under a temporary
c'rud 'hat he would regain his old-time
strength by taking up vigarous work once
mi - and quitting the stage.
Tiie outcome has not borne out this be
lief Terry has ncer regained his old-
j tim- form. Condition seems to have left
mm. and he seem to nave lt his lain
tshmg properties almot entirely.
S'-ime mar l-elkvc that th late hours
01 stage life dm not affect McGovern :-c
lonz .is he did not Indulge in dissipation.
These have another theory. They' are t
the school who think that one. decisive
knockout punch. laroled squarclv on th
Jaw of a tighter, uinh-feated to that time.
ha a more crushing effect than anything
The- po'nt 10 the fact that Jim Corbctt
wa. never the sur.'- man after Fitx put
h!m away with a o!ar plexus punch. That
Peter Maher never regained hl eld time
form after FItz stoned him awav in their
. bout at Iingtry- That Kiel McCoy started
1 on the downward tmth after Sharkey i.d-
m:msiereii a iieclslie Heating to mm. Ard
that Steve O'Donnell save promlre as -i
lighter until Maher landed on his taw I.i
two successive battles.
FltzslmmcnK knocked Sharkey out wilu
r.ut tho sallorbeInc thrown from 1 lie run
ning but this Is the exception that rtives
the rule, thev claim. This school f ring
ft U'-inrrs insist that It was the knockouts
McG rem received fioro Young Cotbett
v h;- h ii.-rinated hint from the puicllNtlc
H wever that may be. it Is certain that
M -Govern is not the Terry of old. He la
still a dangerous man in his class, and Is
a tough little opponent at tough 3ghtlng.
Hut that I. about all that can be said cf
Joe Gane ha been reasonably uuay th
"it week. Not onlv did the negro man
age to punish Joe Grimm even more per
reptlbly than did llob Fllzsiminpn. but
he fought Rddle Kennedy In Phltadltila
last Tuesday evening and battered that
fighter up bndlv.
Gans fought In very easy fashion -it this
last fight. He allowed Kennedy to i'o all
the forcing until the latter part tf Ihe
bout then cut loose and wore hU opponent
wo. The last round was all Cans. xtU
somewhat uncertain as tu where to go
Shooting along the ilHJi iiiol Itlver
futilK-r south Is nM tn be gmxl this year,
and tlvv iw take a turn In new tield.
Quail shoot Ine Ihrouch Missis-dnpi and
Texas Is excellent at thfct tmv. r'ieeially
In the latter Stale !:port from the
northern lioiders of Texas state that game
is aliumlai" all through ttM- sctinn.
tlm- recoil of the Arkanis gam- law
may w th- development o' row hunting
fields in this SH-tlon. Whil.- sHirtsin-n of
the city scatter jm-ity well thnniKh su".
roundiiiK States. ih ovtlook manv
huptl -R regions .11 ihlr -ty loors. The
southern part of Mi.soum. ffr instance, is
vlsittd liv f-w- r -rins from l'-l" itv
tlian the nurthern stlt n of Atkunsa.
vet there Is little to . hM. l.'lvtnn th'
section in mint of liiintlne facilitlea.
All alone tin- southern ciliti- ot the State
report are to Hi.- .tr-.-t that hunting l-
gool. In Tam-y ami T-iik .innli-.. hint
ing Is of lite best at ima'l ran . whlV
deer tnay uecarliuii:v lw had. I.i Missl--s'ii
Cuiinty water f.l are sakl to le
Joe Taylor, the ct:n broker of this
city. Is a local sport-man who la a grrat
lellever In the anai-ity of the S-caliber
cartridge. Xol only has h klHed a der
with this cartridge- at short ntnite. of
course but he lielUvf that the arm has
all klmls of (mwibllitirH.
Si mie ii whs he lrapr-se,! bv the uses
of !' little iiirtthlEe that he took a rMV
of lh.it caliber into the forest along Jhe
northern Maine boumiarv last year, to the
complete belldemert of tlie guides' in
that section. He d'd not sucer.d In kill
ing any bear or moe with the weapon,
but he claims tn have had more amuse
ment with the little ritie than the re
mainder of the party dM with their mote
The "i-caliber has its uses." -M Mr.
Taylor, "awl these ues are chiefly for
short range. A man who tries lor.g shots
with It l waning his time, besides need
eslv running the risk of wounding game
wh'rh afterward eseinres to die In the
"All th!" talk about the cartrhige beinT
of value up to li vards l vrry line In
thiory. but It won't gt In rraetl'-e. For
small gHOM'. the rhie works well up to
tlfly yards or i-vslnly to swnlv-Sv.
For Lirger game. It should only be ui
at the closest possible range.
"I believ . however, that a man can
hate more fun n'lh the little gun thai
with anv other kl.id of a weapon. I'll let 1
others ao cruising arouml for moose with
Wg -Mllberel rifles. All I want l a
cheiie. to potter alemt in the woods wh. re
Mn.il it. mie i- wiM. T.ith a S
"Hf the various i-anridaen to lie use m I
the same gun. I prefer the old 2 short.
The S long rifle Is .1 nlc cartridge for
ue In civilized eommunitb-.. but the bul
let com, out of the shell 100 readily to
n the woods
In imping extx'liti.ir- The ordinary
long N not to raj fan "
Kennedy just did manage to 'it.
The fact that Joe failed to .ill lmi-e
eatly in the battle and that he alkltM-l hi- !
ppon-ni to ik most or "19 ruthUug.
ruine-d the spectators to hoot und eer at
several tae. once he turned his ir.ind
to getting Kenrte-dv out of the way. how
ever, there was no eiuestkm as :o -. l.lt-h
T.-v the rhcht would tn
Kennedy lasted through the limit, asd
accordingly can claim a draw with Gans.
as no verdict can be handed down to de
pute such a claim.
Jack Hrrman of the International Ath
letic Club of Fort Krie was lined ) lasi
week by Magistrate Crulkshank of Niag
ara Falls. Ontario. The battle betwei-u
Root and Gardner last Fourth of July wat
responsible for the fine, as the officials
decided that It was a prize right Instead '
of a clove cHitet.
This verdict Is a drsappointmetri to East
ern srorts. Ilerrtnan is well thought of in
the Kast. and It was hoped that hi. club )
would le allowed to exist by the Canadian ,
authorities. Herrman has shown -onid- i
eraWe inliindence in all his dealings In I
the rirg and has taken some commendable !
stand, on two or three noints.
When Fitzeimmnns wa" talking his way
through the Kast. for instance, he an
nouneiel that he would like lo fight a:
Herrman' s club. The latter Instantly re
sponded that he didn't want him: that he
would not have a man as a partkipant 111
a battle at hi. Institution who would Ife
apt to excite unpleasant attention to the
cub by keeping too much In the publk
eye. He turned down a championship right In
the same manner when It was suggcteil
that Jeffries aiaiear al his club. More
over, he lias refused to allow fighters to
appear there nho have been known as
fakers. These points have made his In
stitution popular, ami It wa hoped that
he would le a Howe. I to resume fighting.
Kddie Hanlon seems to want action In
stead of idleness, as a match between the
Frl"eo "feather" ami Aurello Herrera l
likely. Manager lliehop of the Mexican
fighter, recently posted HT as a forfeit
for such a match, ami Hanton covered the
money at once.
The Isiut will take place at Los Angeles
In all probability. The ordinance at San
I-ranelscfi. which allows loit .ui fwht
month. Iws driven the puclHsts to the
Southern California city. The men have
hail an offer from the Centurv Athl-IIc
Club of that place.
J.vtinny Itigan will alto fight at Los An
geles again in the near future. Offers have
been made for a bout between Neil and
Regan. t work off the tie erf their at
battle. Two clubs have offeree purses for
the return light.
With the success of the Centurv Club
another Institution has sprung Into le-Ing-
at Is Angelea. and bouts nroliublv-
wlll lie canled there in rapid succes-ion. I
This will make the cfty t moment on the !
Urooklyn Tommy Sullivan has caneelefi
all his battle for the Immediate futur .
but does not Intend to retire front th
ritie. Ho lone as he remains at tlie Mis
souri Athletic Cltih. he states that he t 1
do notliilu; but tench boxlnK After hi-
j. p urnNiT.
Captain of the Kcr.tshlre. England, cricket
team, which recently visited the United
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term expires, however, he say. that he
will re-enter the ring in case he does not
wish to renew lint contract as sparring; in
structor. Two or three battles were called off when
he accented tip- post at the club, and It
? planned t" put St. Lotii Tommy Sul-
:ivan in nis piai-e joining mis neen 'leu
nltely e.0 ,,M this point, however.
Tim C.illahaii is- silll hnird from in the
East Kwry 1 ire in awhile he Iw bs 'ip
w JT. -HfcrS3r-Sf?V I
-ssask-j - isfgEgs?. -i ; t
.is tigi tit.g -''in.- m:i'i of liN own .ight , rt
Mot nf hi .tnt.igoniM. n.musi be nld
td. .ire u.iknonn pugilistic fam.' 1.
Stanley D. Francis, M. D.
if onuItir.g Phy-tciin 1
tndr ur treatment this In'WMas dlea
rapldlr disappear. I it In ceases almojtt instant
Iy. Tbe pv of stacnant blool are dtivrn from
th dilated elns and a'l wrenens an-1 wli.nc
Muk-kH utW' torn lt.JI.-atlon .r arirocele
tmtna vpilth. and In ttn tMid come the P"
the rw-r and the pleasure of perfect healtn
and rotored ncanfcood.
' NERVOUS DEBILITY.
Iltces and dllftlon ave wrt-ked mane
mft I our k-crd yvtem crylnK out for
hete" Y011 are nrocp. Irritabfc and despond
ent are rinj: akfr. r manhood U
mt ibf decline anl will ooo b Iom unltnw oa
do uethlnc fr j-otir-lf r ns -xp-iienee
hss eo-n-.i u thorucb:y famlltir with all the
rawtn an.1 frreU f Nerua lability, and e
have lifted up ermuiEh fallen inn to mak an
ana- imr t-v-atiier.t nill frnm all the 111
eAe:t ut 'O'n- former folly, check every dra.n
on ioar vitahtv. invttraie the wated P'-Ivit-ovmina.
clear up the ckudrd brain and qutrkle
rc5tire you to what Nature Intended a bealthy
m4 Lapp" man. with rhvJcal. mental and vltu I
rower complete. Avoid free nrerrptlen ami
temp-war v rtlmumnt. Seek a tatln cure We
Ciwranfef a permaaent reJtoratkm In from Z$
to w df
We alfO cure, to --t ir cureo. Hvclroccle. Klilney. Bladder and Prostate Affections,
Interna. l"9orl.4ts anl all Chronic Skin Diseases.
IMDITt" If un-iidc i. call, slvlnc a full
I. ill I U iut-.'f an patiits may rest
s ir inn wr-c iirm-i- our immeuuite
f-jl know-i io m-dlral science All
SuncL.cs. 0 .1 m to 1 p m
WITH SOOTHING, BALMY OILS.
Car.-er. Timor. Catarrh. IMei. Kilali. Ulcer
Ecreicaar.dal.SiCaacd Won sir -esse?. Write
for Illustrated Ifcx V. SenH-J.IJl Address
DR. RYE, ,BV..V:.,: Kansas City. Ala
.i ( : r -r SFKl V! TOXIN t.-ea:me
ukrap-- 'ja:l r- A. f n'- eruptions,
nv.- n pa- e . . . cf !u ( ti, erati -n. rhett
ma' je, .. a- f - fut -7 l-e fint month
aa.1 te VKRV WflllsT CAsKM OK COX
TAfSlllfs. IILIOI l'OISOX t'tlMI'LCTKe
I.V EKAIHCATKO FKOJI Till: SYSTEM
!r ijc '-e t . e . ? the --a-ne-it We have
Ti-e.! ra.e . .se.-ft in'n 4.--Hlptv.ni!ua
ac other fir- Me.i.cal Ir--:e :o tht u.-tH. and
?. ihtmlj .- tmfirltnt euher i!h your N-alth
c- r.".ey. Ity teaon of otir en-irmoo. buir.
t it irr '.Tr. ' 'l ioku ihan lhcn of any
other Medial IrK::jtr. and may eren be paid in
moi-hh- iuM-il:n-n: if desired. IVm't par any
a-t-n-i -n to qnackv or unabnrs who cla'n t..
rire voa m .c to m dav." .t u m.
n nfrum. If you have, tn-d everylbaur ehc and !
failed.coaetov.andr.winnreyoi. Kemember !
tha: ynjr GLAKAXTFK is iavied by THE I
LAKC.F-ST MKIIICAI. INSTITtTE I TIIK
Wt.RLIl. CAPITAL ?r.u.o. Before -mm '
to at ak any JIercan:,I Ae."-e. or yoor .wn
banter, a. to onr munc-jl respoobility and bi.f
ne. sundine. We v-id FKF.K. upon appi.fatioo.
a T7?- treat Me oa cnsUfino. Mond poivm. f o! 'r ie-scmuicoarSt:ni-M
to can be cotape:ely cared white you remain at
home and attend 10 joar rtxoUr duti-v.
International Sersm Toxin Company
Sellt ;c St. limit EUj., Niw York City
r yY'iTiW' w m 1 ii n s '& iii
.jkaw-s. . i f
m . i , .. ..
g.K.d form n the back fie'd for the Tigers.
Callahan has kept in the public eys
rather 1 'ice- the "o-- -iro-luets of n:.
time. With the wiping out of the Horten
law new material became scarce in the
Kast- anil hi .ym-e Ihihui ;ilre:titv TV..II
known m opportunity to hoM thefr own
In what bouts were carded.
I. N. t . t'.'e Ilntertnlnnient.
The I. X. r. -. 0f North SL Ijiuis will
give us anrual e;tiet t.tinment and hop at
lai Ttii'ier !Ia I Tliirtetnth and Mon
thi ....jng Hie entertainment
f a min-trr-l show, with dancing
Ue Wan' to Talk or Write to Every Sufferer From
VARICOCELE, STRICTURE, RUPTURE,
BLOOD PO.'SOH, KERVOUS DEBILITY
A: d Allied Weaknesses or Diseases Peculiar to Men.
Vearj. it iira'tl.'e In irc-.tlng Chronic, Nervous. Blood
Sp--.uil Diseases of men gnes us many advantages over
'he family phsicl.in. who Luks the experience so nec
essary In sri-cialty rases. We are prompted In mak
ing this a ncrous off-r of payment when the euro is
effected through perfect confidence Ir. our ability to
cure evry man afflicted with these diseases, Wc hav
cured thousand of weak, broken-down, discouraged
me.i. We ran do the same for you. Investigate bcfor
tr -allng elsewhere; we will explain how different, bet
ter tnd more curative our modern methods ot treat
ment are than the old-lime systems still employed by
unprogressive doctors We treat all patients personal
is e-ertamty of cure Is what you want. We are skilled
n our specially and will treat you honestly and fairly.
Don't stand idly by ar.J see your health and man
IiuhI slipping away when we will guarantee you a
'.isTlag cure .ind restoration under the above fair
terms. Write to-day.
gH" IS OUR BEST
Our ctir fjr Pfrictu-f
if. rainless nl
rrniannt. and fr from sarxerv in nr form.
Kvrv ottnt- Tim 3 th urethra !- forerer ip
moPil. Ail ;ifcharse won ca.nr?t. J n nam mat Ion
ami efciren art allajreU. the prtnutr ytand and
hladdr are (ij1M and the entlie uriiwrT tract
I quickly restored to Jt no-rral. heatthv rnd(
ttm. A vol! ruttinc and ":i Latins operations;
iliey leare ytm In a wor condition than before.
N-cIectrd Stiictur reswlt In ierkU! bladder
and kfdner complications. We cure you In from
U to days.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON.
If you bate fre throat, mucous patches, pim
ple., copter cHn-u vpots. sore and ulcers, bon.
pains, faillne hair or any symptoms of this dls
v. lo either primary securstary or tertiary
staRrs. mr to us end be forever iM of It.
Our treatment quickly destroys the virus clean
ihe skin, purines the blood ami thoroughly
e'eartoes and eradicates all traces of polon from
Ihe .vatem. All dancer of transrolralon or re
currence Is removed. Don't rely on patent med
icines or Intrott vour health to Incomretent
rirtuKhMt or pbyaiclans. Why take mercury and
lotaah for jeers nhen vir can guarantee ou a
Immanent ciire In from 3 to lays without
the use of these Injurious remedies? cotuu'it
us at once.
description of your cae In your own words.
assured they will receive the same careful
.-are it.r Heme Treatment is the moj
correspondence is connV-ntial. Iloufa 3 a.
1 '.instillation jnd examination tree
' 1 303 OIItb ST.. SLtaals. tic.
Chronic Tlrnnchltl., Catarrh of Illail.
tier and L'rlnary Dlachnrcea.
club ix -ts iiotns.
Cire til Ckrwafc aad SpeeUt I;mu. Ir. D.' "Y'Z-Uble:riti-t
W.kiH-M,lMehwL,VarKtre!er sii evil rfo:t-h)Sfraay4-tarulrrororKrewe.liifroittteolofevea
week. In MaadeoffUatlvster.irdiD tLlaparfer
ever tortjr jew. iihI hat nevrr f i .e-1 1 n cu. in tie Worst
! veftkBea.torrM.dtbeirveirav, frire. five I-ollir-I
trial facav;07Mlar.wll1 !w that the Kereedy t
aaKtfcatUartwtia-d. oldeaIy bf VH. C.VPottAX
X. Ya. n Mrra nrrei. L Lenlc. aio. 'Jef.it B7
i4.i:. xurtlr acrlcd rtiwai Circur FKE&.
line'" - u-tiy v-eaaine. i
ATE- ii-iWjM I41c. aaa Dnri A I
la RED au-l CU ntaJI! fraira. araJl j
ut ?r -fce Tpkeeovtker. JUfmr
Darcr-. haLetllaUaaa aatl laalta
!. rrlleiiUra, TeUa !!
MA ltI1r fee LAuJl.a.Mlatfar. .-w
tarn Hall. 1 o.o TaMt-MaU. aMr
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