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AKRON DAXLY SlCflTQGRATo TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0 1033
Played at Quarter.
His Work Excited General
Best flTan Cornell Has
Ever Had There.
Purse Offered For Ruhlin
Vhitlaker Asked to Meet an Unknown
Local Sporting News.
Alf Brewster's playing at quarter
for the Cornell train ban excited the
ndmlratlon of tho Eastern foot bull
critics. In tho account of tlio Princeton-Cornell
game It woh erroneously
stated tlmt Flnuucano bad managed
tb'e Cornell team. Brewster was In
tho game from start to finish.
A special from Ithaea says:
Tho playerjs corrected tho report
that Flnnucano ployed at quarter back
ncalnpt Princeton. Brewster filled tho
position throughout the game, and bis
work was almost marvelous. Ho Is n
freshman and promises to make Cor
nell tho strongest quarter back sho
has eve had, not excepting Wyckoff
or Charlie and George Young, no
Is as steady as a clock and has tho
Dcrve of a Hon.
It may result that Cornell will be
unable to bavo nuother contest with
tho Tigers, however, If tho stntomont
of an old Princeton foot ball gradu
ate represents the general sentiment
at Prlncoton . After the coutest last
night one of them told a prominent
Cornell undergraduate that Prlncoton
would drop tho Ithacans after this
year because tho Cornell game wns
too hard a proposition for the Tigers
to tackle In nildsenson. If this should
result, which Cornell men strongly
doubt, a game between Harvard and
Cornell would probably be arranged for
Cornell now has two hard proposl.
tlons on hnr bands, the Lafayette mid
Pennsylvania gomes. It is 'probable,
that Coach Lewis, of nnrrard, will bo
secured to nsslst Ilaughton Immedi
ately after the Ilarvnrd-Yalo game.
Commenting on the above tho Clove
land I.cudor says:
Al Brewster, of Akron, who Is as
well known In Cleveland through his
masterly playing on the University
School tenm for threo years, played
In the Cornell-Princeton gamo at quar
ter back Instead of Finnucnno, ns
wni reported In the press dispatches.
This Is Brewster's llrst year at Cor
nell, and hn Is considered tho best
quarter back who ovor worn ti suit at
HAS AN OITEK.
Johnny Whlttnkcr has received nn
offer from tho .Toekson, Mich,, Athli'lle
club. The organization agrees to lmug
up a purso of $2.10 for n contest be
tween Wlilttnkor and an unknown.
Tho Akron featherweight will not ac
cept unleibs tho amount of the purse
Is raised. Uo has grown tired of light
ing for small purM'H. As he has proven
that he is a dangerous proposition for
the brst of them It seems as though
lip should command 11 better puiso.
BTUAIIT MAKKS AX OFFER.
Dan 9ttuut, the well known Texas
sport and promoter of the lmttlo be
tween Jim Corbett and Bob Fltzslm.
pious at Caison City, ocr threo years
ago, Is in New York, no declares that
lie is ready to talk business with any
of tlio big fellows who are really anx
ious to light-
"I nm prepared to offer ntldy sum for
a buttle between ritzslniiuons ond
Jeffries," said Stuart, "and will ogive
to pull off tho encounter some tinio
this v Inter or next spring. Varsou
City Just now Is the only placo In the
United States whero finish contests
butween pugilists can ho held without
molestation ft-0"1 "i oulhoiltles.
Should it be Impossible to bring Jef
fries and 'Lanky Bob' together, I villi
turnout) a mnteli between Gus Ituhlln
ond Jeffries. Tho public would like
to see thoM two blu men linvo it out
In view of tlio fact that the men have
already fought to a draw"
Stuart would not say how much
money ho would hang up for a lmttlo
between Ituhlln and .lenrles or Fltz.
Hlmmons and (lie champion It Is
said, however, that he will give .1ir,
000 for Jeffries and Ituhlln and $20,
000 for the bolleinioker and the Cor
nlshmun. Stuart, of course, expects
to have pictures token of the mills.
GIBBR AMP NK'KUNK MATCHUP.
After fully a jenr of argument Ceo.
Glbbo and Cnnt Nlckens havo at last
hecn matched, and they will come to
gether at Ashtabula, on Nov. M.
Rodger Williams, the backer and man
ager of Nlckens, posted a forfolt for
ibo weight and appearance last night,
and Olbbs eent word that tho forfeit
would be covered at onco. Tho men
nrp to weigh In at BIS pounds nt 8
'clock tlio day of the contest.
Thf proposed match
Mnlier tlio "Irish CI
Ollfl Tt)l'"n t'-e "Alfi-n G nut " !"n
fir b',ca,'", "' ''"ft f,,-t t'nt e o'i 'i
nnsh-en fornd -vi'!'- to bang uup
a proper 'ned purse for their conten
tion, says Mncon This Is rather odd,
for when they met before their con
test wob one of the most exciting over
jjcri 'n two American ring, and I am
fti)ri T f'ey ever meet again thoso
L, V'bQ 1Mcw their endeaors will have
, ho route to regret the loss of tho coin
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g Suits and Overcoats, making the greatest exhibit
j3 in the" State. X S & Unlike the other clobh
K ing houses in Akron wo make a fpeoialty of the
very finest Suits und Overcoats manufactured.
The display includes all the new fads and fancies
and in every case we guarantee the most perfect
jj fit, besSt material and lowest price. They are equal
in every way to tho choicest custom tailor work.
k Our prices rango from
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new millinery department
Is attracting crowds of
latost Parisian effects in
At popular prices. Experienced
trimmers will attend to all special ordorsj
OSTRICH TIPS AND PLUMES
Our Cloak and Suit Department
Is filled with tho latost Eastern npvoltios.
Tiie UpSiani-Brouse Do.
it will cost to ennblo them to do to.
niiblln has determined not to Ho idle
louger, so ho has engaged Denver Bd.
Mai tin an sparring pmdncr, and lie Is
going on a tour in wliluli he will agreo
to "stop nil comers, in four rounds" or
f oi felt a handsomo monetary consid
eration. This is Billy Mndden'R "great
net," one of his own Invention, nud
It Is ono which lias earned many a
dollar for champion, big nud little.
i nope it may mm materially 10 uun
lln's bank account.
TIII1 D(UBS) DO 'BM.
Last night's scores between tho D
and F teams wero ns follows:
Carter M 1711 Wi
Snyder Bid ill)
Good I-tS ITT
Volnw UK! 1-ia
Whltmoro 158 IKtl
Miukla ir5 18tl
Shelll 1S1) lit)
lleifor Bit BU
Fieneii 1TO Bl I
Beery 1W VM
1502 M80 l!051
Starr . . . ,
.1-1. I '
Total 150 i 118 1 208S
The D team captured the llrst gamo
by 58 pins and tho second game by
only fi plus. The F team bowled n
M'ry lucky game, as is evidenced by
tho totals of strikes, and spares, elsa
they would hive been defeated by
liynrer BVt than only 03 In tlio totals
for tho two gnmos. Next Wodnes.
iy nvenlng the 11 nm! O teams will
coutiiiuo tho debate.
ITALLS TEAM'S CHALLENGE.
Tlip Secqnd High eleven of Ouynho
giV Falls challenges any Akron team
ofi average 120 pound welclit to n
between reteP ' PJ ot mi A(Wr0M l,0! n07'
"I have ucd r'mnibci'n'n's Colic.
Cholera and Dlavihoca Bemcdy and
flfid jt to bo a .great medicine," says
Mr. 13. S, I'blpp; of Poteau, Ark, "It
cured mo of bloody flux. I cannot
speal; too highly of It." This remedy
always wins the good opinion. If uot
GH & CO.
Wo offer the
praise, of those who u,so it. Th
quick cures which It effects oven In tlio
most sovero eases make. It a favorito
, every where,
For sale by nil druggists.
B. Stelnbacber & Co., wholcsalo agents.
Recommends It to Trainmen.
G. II. Ilnuson, Lima, 0., engineer
L. B. & W. It. It, writes! "I have
been troubled a gieat deal with, back
ache. I was induced tototry Foley's
Kidney Cure, and ono bottle entirely
relieved me. I gladly recommend It
to any one, especially ray friends
nmong tho trainmen, who ore usually
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You Golnjr to Celebrate
We Are Drumming
i It costs lots tp learn l)ow, but
I wc charge it to expenses, not
; to you. An object lessou,
( for instance;
i rwto '
Ate -me waken ond quick hellers.
' T"Ho Jowoler
154 South Main Si
Tlio Crrorn of Soclctr.
Tlio dark blots that divorce make3 in
oclety nre too easily seen nnd too sai
to wrlto much about, so I will give
only a few Incidents of the nbsurd nni1
humlliatlnc positions In which pcotfl
may be placed: I once occupied n sea
on tho grand stand nt the Newport Ca
slno during a- tennis match. After I
had been in my seat n short time, a
man I knew, once divorced, but remar
ried, came In with bis new wife and
occupied the two scats on my loft, and
a few moments later tho woman from
whom he had been divorced and who
had also rcranrrlcd came In with her
new husband and sat directly on my
right. Whether tho ticket agent ar
ranged this for a Joke I am not pre
pared to say, but all went well until I
grew tired of the game and got up,
leaving tho four In a straight row,
which mado an Interesting picture for
a few moments. The four soon realiz
ed, however, whnt people were staring
and smiling at, and, looking daggers
at one another. Immediately rose and
disappeared In the crowd. The Inci
dent amused the lads and misses very
A lady I know very well In Now
York, who was giving a dinner party,
told mo she always dreaded tho ar
ranging of her guests at her tables,
lest sho put peoplo together whom the
"law had set apart," as sho put it.
"It would bo perfectly dreadful to seat
a gontlemnn beside a lady to whom he
Is paying alimony." Smart Bet
Tho Court Needed PotInir.
A trial wns progressing at tho Cty
Hall police court when tho Judge espied
in a group of young girls mingling In
the large audlonco a delinquent wit
ness whom It wns urgent lie Intorvlow.
"Mr. Marshall," his honor exclaimed,
"havo that young lady step here."
"Which young lady, your honor7"
"I don't know her nnmo tho one
with tho light straw hat and dork
skirt," the court added. Tho clew was
"What kind of waist?" Inquired th
"Bufllo on the sleeve? and trimmed
with er the UBual sort of what d'you
call em," said the court.
"I understand. You mean leg of mut
ton sleeves, with or what's his name
attachments," replied the marshal In
faint hope of striking tho technical
"No; not oxnetly," said tho Judge.
"Would you recognize an empire
gown If you saw one, Mr. Marshal?"
"IJpon oath, no; I wouldn't swear to
"Well, I know it wasn't nn omplro
gown or a Mother Hubbard. I don't
think you understand much about fe
But here the young lady generously
stepped forward, while a little boy
laughed, nnd the mnrshnl threatened
to send hlra to tho penltontlary for life.
St Louis Post-Dispatch.
Pnlnfui Rcaulta of Stnntnen.
A stout man lifted himself Into a
Heights car the other morning nnd took
tho only meant sent. Pretty soon a
lady came aboaid. nnd the stout man
quickly nroso to tender her his place.
As ho reached a standing position tho
car suddenly started, and he sat down
with n sound like n broken slnt. Blush
ing deeply, he once more struggled to
bis feet nnd was about to step out Into
the nlsle when tho ihotorman' snw n
wagon on the track and fiercely ap
plied the brakes. The car stopped so
suddenly that the stout man doubled
over on a thin young man In the front
sent nnd nlmost cracked hBi8lRndcr
neck. The young mnn pushed the dents
out of his derby lint and muttered
somo remarks that were not compli
mentary to fat people in general.
Then the fat mnn braced himself for
the third time, nnd the la'dy sympathet
ically remaiked, "Please don't trouble
yourself." But tho fnt man's spirit
wns up. Ho crowded out Into the nlplo
and filled It so full that tho lady could
not got by him; then, with a pollto
wavo of his hand, lie Indicated tho scat
and bnoked out of tho way.
"Thank you!" said tho lndy very
sweetly. "But I get on" nt tho next
Then the fat man went out nnd filled
up the back platform. Cleveland Plain
"The prudeut man never buys the
fruit which is mnrked with tho highest
prices, nnd his motive Is not merely
economy, no knows thnt the second
grade fruit Is riper thnn tho most ex
pensive, which tn nlno cases out of ten
Is too green to be eaten Immediately.
It is held nt high prices because the
denier knows tlint It will keep, nnd as
It ripens nnd grows better fit for hu
man consumption Its price will bo Re
duced. Thnt Is tho stage of the fruit
when the price Is lowered for tho first
time. It Is then ripe and In condition
to be eaten. And the prudent mnn who
doesn't nlways feel that ho has got tho
best article only when ho pays the
most for It buys his fruit at the mnrked
down price. New Yoik Sun.
Hrr Hind Riiy.
"I bear you nre going "to Australia
With your husband. Kitty," said tho
mistress. "Aren't you ungvous nbout
the Ion? voyage?"
"Well, ma'am." sold Kitty calmly,
"that's his lookout. I belong to him
now. nnd If anything happens to me
It'll be his loss, not mint." Exchange.
Aa It tlnunlly llnpprn.
"I suppose you had careful roaring,
"No; 1 didn't hnvc any rearing nt nil.
My parents exhausted nil their discipli
nary enthusiasm on my elder brother,
Bill." Detroit Free Press.
It Wn Scratched.
"Years ago In California," said, a
western raau, ".in ncqunlntauce of
mine was on a stagecoach that a pair
of bandits weut tluough. The 14 pas
sensors were nil made to get out and
stund In a row. with their bands high
over their heads. Ouo buily ruulan.
stood guard over then with n double
iMiTekd Photgun. while tlo other en
gaged lu the pleasing tnsk of lellevln?
them of their valuables and spare
"My filend was nearest the man
with the shotgun. While tho ceremo
nies wero In progress his noso began $o
itoh, nnd Instinctively be started to
lower ono hand to scratch It. 'nonds
up, there!' camo tho stern order, and
Ids bund uent automatically back Into
place. But that Itching redoubled, and.
ngaln ho essayed the reliovefiir
" 'Say, what's tho matter with you.
anyhow?' demnuded the highwayman.
Are you wishful to become a lead
mine?' 'My nose Itches so I can't
stand It any longer,' tearfully explain
ed, my friend. I simply have got to
scratch it.' 'No, you hnln't,' ungram
matically corrected tho knight of tho
rond, ' 'cnur.o I'll do It for you.'
"And with that ho proceeded to
scratch the offending nasal organ with
the muzzle of his Bbotgun. You can
wager your shoes that that particular
noso stopped Itching with great abrupt
ness." I.onpf Dlatunco Tlolietn Wanted.
Ho was long, lean, lnnk nnd raw
boned, and ho ehambled up to the tick
et window nt tho Union passenger, sta
tion much after tho fashion of a scared
canine when ho approaches his master
to recelvo a well earned thrashing. Ho
got ns far as tho outside ratling nnd
stopd thcro with a bashful blush gaz
ing nt the mnn bohlnd the brass bars.
"Pome In, come In. Make yourself at
home," was -the encouraging welcome
fipra wltbln. no accepted tho Invita
tion nnd brought up ngalnst the marble
ticket counter with moro confidence In
"Say. thnr," ho said In a half whisper
to Ilnrry Hnnsen, "Is this tho plnce
where you get tickets for the kyars?"
."Yes. Where do you want to go?
Hurry up; wo'ro rushed."
"Well, sir,' he replied, shifting a
square Inch of plug tobacco from one
cheek to the other, "hcv you nil got
enny long distance tickets Inter Ken
tucky?" His ense was equaled by that of tho
old lady with the sunbonnet who said:
"I want a ticket to Platte county."
"Whnt plope in Platte county?" In
quired the ticket man.
"No place In Platte county. I wnnt
to go to Platte counfy, nnd It's none of
your business where I'm going to visit
You sell me the ticket to Platte county,
nud I'll get there." St Joseph News.
A Ctirlf?ua Coincidence.
The letters "0 N" might be supposed
to possess a mysterious charm, ns they
form the termination of mnny of the
most distinguished names In history.
No other letters of the alphabet will
furnish so remarkable a coincidence as
may bo found In tlio following list
made up frpm ancient nnd modern
names: Aaron. Solomon, Agnmemuon,
Bojon, Blon, Phoelon. Bacon, Newton,
Johnson, Addison, Crlchton, Porson,
Buffon. Mpntfnucon. THIotson. Fene-'
Ion, Massillon. Wnrburton, Lclghton,
Lytton, Wnlton, Anucrcon, Ben .Ton
non. Milton, Byron, Thomson, Tenny
son, Anson, Washington, Napoleon,
Wqlllngton, etc. I
A Greek, scjiolnr has called attention
too very curious coincidence nbout tho
nnmo of Napoleon. If you take away
the first letter of his name, you havo
"a'polcon;" take away the first letter of
that' word, and you bavo "poleon;" dot
this sucqesslvely down to the, last syl-1
lable. nnd you nave "leon," "eon" and
"pn," Put these several words togethT
er In this order. Napoleon on oleon leon
eon npoleon poleon, nnd yon havo a
Greek phrnse tho literal translation of
Which is "Napoleon, being tho lion of
peoples, went nbout destroying cities." ,
Tennyann nnd Btahtaccra.
Tenpyson's well known aversion to
sightseers and their wnys gave rise to
many nn odd experience. Once, It is
aad, ho complained to Queen Victoria,
saying that he could no longer stny In
the Ise of Wight owing to the tourists
Vvho came to stnre nt him.
The queen, with n kindly Irony, snld
thnt she herself did not suffer much
from that grievance. But Tennyson,
taking her literally, replied. In tho samo
"No, madam.'' said he, "and If I could
clap a Keutlnol wherever I liked I
should not bo. troubled either.'
A Ilcaourcefnl 'Walter.
X very rich but miserly gentlomnn
was In the habit of dining dally nt n
certain restaurant, but he never tip
ped tho waiter who nttended to bis
wants. One dny tho long suffering
waiter nsked the gentleman "If ho
would, condescend to ncccpt his (tho
"Whnt for?'' was the query.
"I thought it might mnke you to
member the waiter, sir," was the quick
reply; Londdn Tlt-Blts.
A notice' whlob attracts tho attention
of many sojourners In a New Hamp
shire town Is'posted on the wall 'of tho
llttlo railway station. The paper, on
which t Is printed bears eyldcnco of
long and honorable service; ,
Notice; Loafing either In or nbout
ths rpom ,1s stilctly forbidden, and
must be observed.
"Knllure," says Keats, "Is, In a sense,
tho highway to success, lunsmuch as
every discovery of what Is faluo leads
Of to' seek earnestly after what Is tiue,
and every fresh experience points out
sofue form qf error which vo shall
af,to-ward carefully avoid."
Befools nnd failures havo played a
great part In tho history of success.
It Is uot pleasnut to think that more
qr les.1 of defeat Is absolutely neces
sary to great success. But that It Is
true every student of history knows.
Defeats am) fnlluies nre great devel
opers of chnineter. Tney nre tho gym
nnr.ln which hoo strengthened tho
muscles of innpliootl, tho stamina, the
bnckjouo which have won victories,
Thoy ho,vo niado the giants of the race
by glvlpg tttnnlc muscles, brawny
sjnows, far reaching Intellects.
Uow true It Is that poverty often
bide her charms under ugly masks!
Tbousnpds have been forced Into great
ness by their very struggle to keep
the wolf frpm the door. She Is often
the cmly ugeut natuie can employ to
call a man out of himself and push
him on toward the goal which she had
fitted hint to reach. Natuie caies llttlo
for his eae and plensure. It Is tho
man .he I' after, und sho will ppy any
pi Ice or jesurt to liny expedient to
luie hlra om Sho masks' her own ends
In miuiln vnm and urges him ouwaul,
oftentimes tluough dllUcultles nnd ob
stacles' which nre well nigh dlskeart
eqjng, but- oyer onwnrd and upward
toward tho goal. Beglstcr.
Tle Bpr Who Learned tho Way.
He wns very young about 13thls
,boy who Hpmit mo-.t of his. time in tin
studios watching the artists draw nm.
pnlnt nnd wishing he could do thi
"What klrid of pencils do you use?'
he said ouc day, nud they gave blru
one of the kind. Thnt night he tried to
make n figure he hnd seen ono of thr
artists draw, It seemed so ensy. But
he cnuhlnol do tlie same kind of work.
"Perhaps I haven't tho right kind of
paper," 'bo lessoned. "I will get a
piece tomorrow." Even the right kind
of pnper did not help hlra any.
"I need n studio and an easel," was
his next conclusion. "I havo the de
sire; surely all I need now are the
necessary surroundings." ,
A few years of Impatient watting
passed before he secured tho "neces
sary surroundings." nnd when ho had
them all and still found It Impossible
to draw tho truth dawned upon him.
"I know whnt Is wrong," he cried,
throwing down his pencil. "I know
nothing of the ptluclples of nrt I
must lenrn them first"
He was still young when his nnmo as
a great painter wns known on two con
tinents. He had learned the "princi
ple." A bit of brown paper nnd a
burned match would then enable lilra
to draw as easily as all the art essen
tials. Ann Pnrtlari In Success.
Holding Ills Job For Hint,
"Of all the excuses I bavo ever beard
from people for not pnying their bills,"
said a collector for a prominent, firm
the other day, "I got the nentest today
from a very wealthy man who always
owes tho houso a hill. No matter
whether the bill Is for 510 or $100, ho
always pays 50. I ha'-o gone back the
next week and got 85 more, nnd once I
won't bnpk twice In one week, and ho
paid me ?5 each time nnd seemed glad
to tee me. I 'got to know him pretty
well, nnd the qther dny I nsked him
why he did not pay It all, as I knew ho
bad the money."1
" 'Well,' said the old fellow, 'If I pay
you everything I owe you nt one time
you will collect so fast that pretty soon
you will be put of n Job for tho wnnt of
something to collect'
"1 don't know1 whether thnt was his
reason or not. but I let the subject drop
and nm Just going nround there now
for another $5.'' Memphis Scimitar.
Music Is the most beautiful art but
it Is the most detestable profession.
But Is not thut light? Thnt which be
longs most to hencn should faro worst
The public moves much faster than
the Individual, and therefore the Indi
vidual must plnce himself before his
age If ho desires not to be behind It
Wagner bns some Idea of this sort. It
Is a necessity which every true artist
must realize. Grent men may be said
to be for every age save their own.
Small men nre fpr their own nnd none
other. "Bemlnlsceiices," In Macmll
Inn's. The ConRrcrrnttoii Smiled.
A certain clergyman when preaching
extemporaneously touched on the sub
ject of miracles. Some people, he said,
hnd dlltleulty In Accepting the miracu
lous btoiies of the Bible, ns, for ex
ample, the story of the- speech that
Balanm's ass mode to his tunster.
Looking solemnly at the congrega
tion the picaehoj- haminorcd In bis con-
lenuuu wiin me, remark. "vny snouici
not God mnke nn ass to bpenk ho
rande me ro hpeak." New York Trlb-I
Mrs. Newrlcb That Mrs. Hyatt is a
stuck up thing, I know just ns much
nbout music ns she does. She needn't
Mrs. Browne Why, What has she
Mrs. Newrlch Oh. sho tried to trip
me up today asked mo If I'd- ever
heard somebody's "Songs Without
Ill Ambition Itcnllrcd.
Blobbs Whep he was a llttlo boy, be
was always slnglug "1 Want to Be an
Blobbs And he died young, 1 sup
pose. ,' i
Blobbs Ho; 1)jit he's nnd his wish
gratified. He's backing Barnstormer's
Colossnl Aggregation of International
I rift in aped Rtntfeman
Who scrlltiled for tlio r.
Who gutted me tn occema aid
And cldcnt dlttuss.
Cried he i "Tje -(.bllc palstc, sir,
l'e tickled now (or joars
With a my pliant Roone quill
(And a plr ot oe bw).
"I mind the tlm when I -ould writ.
With unltnpaisloiied itn,
Etni ot ctneral InUrut that
Took place within ni.v ken.
And, though the time IsxHslant rlr,
1 recollett if dats
When readers crc co-UcnJed
Willi truth In tlmple phraie.
"Rut nave ypur paper you may print.
Hut uho tho.dtuct will buy Itt
No one, unlet J oil can coiuoct
A itronc, unwIitiUsome diet.
Trustworthy news la out of date.
And nobody fill tako It,
Unless joti icet a practiced hand
Judiciously to (tkt it,
"The consequence la simply this
1 don't think thcru'a a qucKlon
But eery one la lufferjnff
From menial Indigestion,
TIs tuture'artaw that eery boom
Is follow ed by a slump.
As states of y.'ildut .rapture art
Suceeded by the l"mp,
. "And thus ilia public appetite
If .) (rn til irPnxlw 111 nil
Tlmt now it Juit declines to bars
Its palat tltllhfted.
'TIs sick o( national affairs,
llowetcr largs they liAmu
TIs tired of the windy puS
And doubla headline boom.'
"To such annttch the thine has cot
Thit people now refuse.
To" read a word about the Boers
Or clance at Cldncanews.
.The only tliln.1 tlmt keeps us from '
Coins bankrupt atwrlher
Is printing lonjtm'purti of tbt
Enforced the Itnlra.
Museum Atli'tidnill-Ypii'll pla7.lavo
your uinbiellerior cane nt the door,
Visitor- Very prqper regulation. But
It happeprt I huyu neither.
Attendant-Then go nud get wan.
No ono is allowed tp etfter uuless he
loves his nmbreller or cane nt the door.
You may read the card for yourself.
WhtleiAle and RUU Dealer! In
Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw,
Grain, Hell Seeds, Lime Cements,
113.11 5 S. Main St. Telephone ST6
You who once possessed
sturdy physiques and steady
nerves, but now have insuf
ficient physical force to prop
erly attend to ordinary
duties; you who have a sense
of "all-goneness" after the
slightest exertion; you who
are dull, languid and old in
spirits nt an age when you
should be full of physical
fire; you who may feel that
your life is not worth the
struggle there is a scientific
means of redeeming all the
precious powers which seem
to be entirely lost.
Have cured thousands such
as you. Don't experiment
with your health or money.
We will take the risk. If six
boxes do not cure you, your
money is returned. For
years we have been curing
men on these satisfactory
91 00 ner bar. 0 for S5 00 mulled in
plain package. Book free. Address
ppal AicptpineCo. CWelind. Ohio.
Warnor, druggist, 20S East Market.
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood
Curo Impotency. Night Emissions, Loss ot Mom-
Dry, nil wasting diseases,
tSSuil nil riffWa nt finlr.nhn&n nr
n?S .J excess nud Indiscretion.
il5jj),HA nervo tonlo 3ud
,mooa uunaor. uriUKS
tho plnlc alow to pnlo
clicous nna restores tlin
tiro of south. Dy mnll
t50a nor liox. 0 haxns for
$2.60, with our bankable gaurantee to curo
or reiuna uie monoy paia. Bond for circular
and copy of our bunkabh
(TlTr.TnW T.AT.T-r, lUllUfcUIUIW IVrBUIIS)
l..H.ad lnik R...afA
Positively Bimranteod curo for Loss ot Power,
nrlcocolo, Umlovclopcil or Shrunken Organs,
Pnrcsli, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra
tion, llystnrla, Fits, Insanity, l'nrnljsls und the
Itnsulta of Kcoailvo Uso of Tobncco, Opium or
Liquor. By mail In plain packnpo, 81.00 a
box, 0 for 85.00 with our bankabio truar
antee bond, to cure In UO days or refund
monoy paid. Address
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton &JacI(Gon Sts., CHICAGO, ILi.
&nd by John J.umpuitcr A: Co., 18a
S. Howard st., and Inman Brcj., East
akes short roads.
nd light loads.
'ood for everything
that runs on wheels.
WV aiadolijr STANDARD OIL CO.
lull) ivu !mfi iirl a )ki j,CIlk Bl,r i,tft ...
tor proof ot caret. o solicit the. moat ebtlnat
e,,nbnl,jO0.lJ. lJO-haayhoolU iter ,,",r.iehoffl.
COOK REMEDY CO.
Mnoonio TempH, Chtcneo, 111.
The ernst of the t-iiiih un,icr ,npin
iniwt lie comparatively thin. Judging
by the number of eaithquake shocks
rln that cotiutry. They aerago BOO a
Three chief fenBts during which the
Chinese ttr9 ksral holidays are those
gfJ&e.Ureaft, the w md tho year.
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