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Tho better cines of druggist?, everywhere, aro 11*1011 of scientific nita?nmonts nnd high integrity,
who devoto their lives to the welfare of their fellow men in supplying the hest of remedies and
purest medicinal agents of known value, in accord?nco with physicians' prescriptions nnd
scientific formula, Druggists of the better class manufacture mnny excellent remedies, but
always undor original or officinal names and they never sell false brands, or imitation medicines.
They nre the men to deal with whon in nerd of anything in their line, which usually includes
nil standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a first-class pharmacy nnd the finest nnd
best of toilet articles and preparations nnd many useful accessories and remedial appliances.
Tho earning of a fair living, with tho satisfaction which arisee from a knowledge of tho benefits
conferrod upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession, is usually their greatest
reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They all know that Syrup of
Figs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction, and therefore they
aro selling many millions of bottles annually to tho well informed purchasers of tho choicest
remedies, and they always take pleasure in handing out tho genuine article bearing the full
name of the Company?California Fig Syrup Co.?printed on tho front of every package.
Thoy know that in case3 of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and
of weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or
over-eating, that there is no othor remedy so pleasant, prompt and beneficial in its effects as
Syrup of Figs, and they nro glad to soil it because it gives universal satisfaction.
Owing to the excellence of Syrup of Figs, tlio universal satisfaction which it gives nnd the
immense demand for it, imitations have been made, tried and condemned, but there aro
individual druggists to be found, hero and there, who do not maintain tho dignity and principles
of tho profession and whose greed get3 the hotter of their judgment, and who do not hesitato
to recommend and try to seil tho imitations in order to make a larger profit. Such preparations
sometimes havo tho "name?" Syrup of Figs"?or "Fig Syrup" nnd of some piratical concern,
or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on tho package, but they never have the full namo of
the Company?California Fig ?Syrup Co.?printed on the front of the package. The imitations
should bo rejoctcd because they aro injurious to tho syctem. In order to sell the imitations
they find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whene\*er a dealer passes
off on a customor a preparation under the name of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup," which
does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of the package,
ho is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his
establishtnent, whether it he lar?e or small, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and
and deception in one caso he will do so with other medicinal agents, and in the filling of
physicians' prescriptions, and should he avoided by every one who values health and happiness.
Knowing that the great majority of druggists are reliable, we supply the immense demand
for our excellent remedy entirely through the druggists, of whom it may bo purchased every?
where, in original packages only, at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle, but as exceptions
exist it is necessary to inform the public of the facts, in order that nil may decline or return
any imitation which may be sold to them. If it does not bear the full name of the Company?
California Fig Syrup Co.?printed on tho front of every package, do not hesitate to return the
article and to demand the return of your money, and in future go to one of the better class of
druggists who will sell you what you wish and the'best of everything in his line at reasonable prices.
Subjects of Those Who Will
Fill the City Pulpits
The regular monthly meeting ot the
Baptist Sunday-school Association of
Richmond and Manchester will bo hbld |
at 4 o'clock ibis afternoon at the Uulton
Baptist Church. The address for the oc- !
casion will be delivered by the Rev. Wes- :
ton Bruner, pastor of the Calvary Church.
The Venab.e-Street Baptist Church will
be reopened to-day, after being closed for I
some time for repairs. The services will
be of very special Interest. Dr. R. J.
Wllllngham, of the Foreign Mission
Board, will preach in tho morning. At
nigh? the pulpit will bo filled by Dr. I
R. H. Pitt.
In the morning at Grove Avenue Dr.
Hawthorne will preach on "How Men |
Are Convicted of Sin, Righteousness and
Judgment." At night his subject will be
"Infelicitous Marriages and Other Unholy
Alliances." There will be special music
at both services.
Prof. w. M. Forrest, of the University
of Virginia, will preach in ine morning
at Seventh-Street on "Quietness" and at
night on "The Silence of Jesus."
The services at Westminster Presby?
terian Church ln the morning will be
conducted by Mr. K. C. Caldwell, and a.
night bv Mr. W, P. M. Currlo,
The Rev. L. B. Betty will preach In the
morning at Clay-Street on "Divine Rea?
soning ? and at night on "Hearing and
Heeding the Divine Command."
Dr. \V. \V, Lear will preach morning
and night at Centenary. In the after?
noon he will preach at the colored Meth?
odist Church on Third Street.
At Broad-Street thfl- Rov. YV. B. Beau
cliamp will'preach in the morning on
"The Ministry of Giving." Ills subject at
night will be "The Devi] and His Un?
Dr. Bruner will preach In the morning
at Calvary on "The Kingdom of the Com?
ing Christ, No. a. Will the Dead Rise;
If So, How Many?" and at night on "Thu
Young Man In the City and the Young
Man and Ills Friends."
At Delgh-Street the Rev. M. Aslitiy
Jones will preach In the morning on
"The Beeret of a Beautiful face" and at
night on "Is tho Young Man Safe?"
A-ii effort will be made to-day at the.
Broadus Memorial Church to raise about
*-,0:?, due on the church on Oclo_oi
l?tn. Th?? pastor will preach In the morn?
ing on "Crowns tor Every Believer."
Mr. M. M. fctraus' Exhibit.
It has been decided on nccount of
tho bad weather Saturday, to extend the
exhibit given of Mr. M. M. Straus' wor-t,
at the Art Club building, corner of Madi?
son nnd Grace Streets, through Monday.
Hours from 3 to fi und from 7 to 10 P. ??.
Mr. A. C. Braxton Giv>s Reception to
(Special to The Times-Dlspn 'ch.)
STAUNTON. VA., Oct. 10.?The Third
Battery Unitoti States Field Artllieiy.
now marching from Chlckamauga Pa:!;
to Fort Meyer, Vn., near Was Ing on, al?
ter camping nil night at the Fair G.ound,
near Staunton, li-ft early this morning for
Horrlsonburg, whore they will camp to?
The commissioned officers of the bat?
tery, together with tho officers of th;
two local companies; the Wost Augusta
Guards and Staunton Rifles, were enter?
tained last evening by Parat Lieutenant
Iliigli C. Braxton, of tho Staunton
Kinos nt the residence of Mr. A. C.
Braxton. Thoso in attendance were:
Captain C. P. Summernil. lA?Van
nnts Normls and K'lburne. and "Dr, Feltz,
of the Thi:d Artillery? Colonel II. II.
Wa.y't. of the Governor's smtt} Cnptaln
Rudolph Bumgar?ner, Captain Carter
Braxton and Lieutenants Lambert and
Braxton, Police Justice J. A. Glasgow,
Cup aiji R. S. Ker, S. ?. Tlmberlako and
Capta,? Henry AV. Holt.
After-.in elaborate dinner was served,
the evening was pleasantly spont In
toast making and the like.
SPECIAL LO.V RATES VIA SEA?
BOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.
North Carolina Stale Agricultural Fair,
Raleigh, N. C, October 19-24. 1903.
On account of the above occasion tho
Seaboard Air Lino Hallway will k??11 tick?
ets to Raleigh and return at rate of ono
fare, plus fifty cents, admission to the
fair grounds. Tickets on sale October h'lh
to 23d. inclusive, final limit October 26th.
Ben? the y? Tha Kind You Havo Always Bought
Mr. A. F. Noel has resumed his connec?
tion with us after his usual summer ab?
sence, and will be glad to see and serve
Bean the ??lt)B Kind You Havs Always Bought
CASES IN COURT
J. Milton Gordon and Luther
Moore Have an Encounter.
Two Suspects Held.
J. Milton Gordon prcsonted tho appenr
unce of a person who had encountered a
cyclone. Ills head was patched up In
various places, and his eyes woro black,
Uuthor Moore was alleged to havo been
tho autnor of Gordon's appearance, and
said so with the' air uf a person who
was proud of lt.
Tho light was about a girl, and the caso
?eut over to noxt Tuesday, so the girl
could bo prosont.
George Graham was placed under so?
curlty on tho charge of taking somo
money belonging to John Wall. His coun?
sel said ho didn't do it, but that another
man named Aleck did, but 'Squire Graves
didn't think tho same way the counsel
Anthony Worsham waived examination
in the charge against him of wounding
Rebecca Holmes was dismissed of the
charge of taking somo money belonging
to Maria Watkins.
STtndy Carter said tho money foil off
the wagon, and was lost, but the 'Squlio
didn't believe him, and he was given
six months for taking $10 belonging to
?a. A. Moseley.
The case of S3. C. Wyatt and E. II.
Roane, charged with fighting, was dis?
missed, as there was no Ill-feeling mani?
fested, nnd tho two young men had no
feeling against each other.
Frank J. Clark and Frank Stlllman,
from Hoboken nnd Youngstown, respec?
tively, were hold as suspicious charac?
ters for ten days.
Melvlna Halght, an aged and dignified
old colored woman, was chargod with be?
ing of unsound mind, but she said sho
didn't do lt, and waa allowed to go to
her sister's homo near Weetliampton,
A Monument to Mark Spot of Historic
(Special to The Tlmeo-Dlspatch.)
FAYETTEV1LLE, N. C, Oot. 10.?Tlie
Woman's Auxiliary of the Liberty Point
Monument Association, ln raising money
to build a monument nt Liberty Point,
tho historic Rpot on the corner of Bow
and Person Streets, whero tho patriot o
colonlats of the Cape Fear country mot
on tho 20th of June, 1775, and passed re.io
lutlons in protest of British oppression, a
little over a year before the National
Declaration of Independence,
The Comma denotes the
pause between the insertion
of your Ad. and the fulfill?
ment of your wants.
The Period denotes the
full stop to your wants af=
ter using a Times?Dispatch
The Exclamation denotes
your surprise at the results
of one Times-Dispatch
The Interrogation asks
you why you didn't do
I foMK-OTtn'^^^?^^^^-?^^-?^^^^-*--'^?' *?,:.; ?..v??.?^'...--;^^^^
Has Command of Seaboard
for Seven Years.
A UNIQUE SITUATION
Voting Trust Does Not Own Majority
of Stock, but it Dous Control It,
and Will Do So Until
(?peeTa* to The Tlnies-Dlspateh.)
NEW YORK, October lO.-One of tho
bankers associated with B. F. Yoakum
In fit. Louis and San Francisco makes the
following statement In reply to current
rumors that tho connection of that rail?
road organizer with tho Seabonrd Air Line
In ?merely Incidental to nn attempt to sell
"Ben Yoakum is in absolute command
or Seaboard Air Line, and will continue
sc for seven years, whether the road is
sold to Rock Island or not. 'ilo does not
own the road, or any largo part of It,
nnd so far ae I know has no Intention
01 buying control. He holds It In tho
tame way thafJ. P. Morgan holds South?
ern Hallway and Erie. He Is head of a
voting trust thut has absolute adminis?
trative power on tho system, without re?
gard to the location of tho ninjorlty of
"Statements recently made by Messrs.
Williams and Middendorf to the effect
that they own and control Seaboard aro
perfectly correct, so far ns stock ow-ner- I
ship goes. Mr. Williams Is pr?sident, and ]
will probably remain so until ho feels
like giving it up. I know that there la
not tho least opposition to his presidency
on the part of the voting trust. That '
group of men would be very sorry to j
see Mr Williams, withdraw from Sea- ?
beard. Thoy want^his co-oporation ln the
administration of the system, and 1 be?
lieve they will got it. Mr. Williams Is
not only an able and energetic railroad
man, but he is a banker with a high
prestige and a strong following in the
"People ask what prollt thore can be
for Mr. Yoakum ln taking the leadership
ot that voting trust unless he also owns
? very large share In the road. The ques?
tion is silly. It might far better be asked
with regard to Mr. Morgan and Erie or
Southern. Every railroad man knows
that tho maker of a railroad, whother ho
own lt or not, makes money and earns
It honestly. The patronage alone that at?
taches to such power Is worth millions
when the road controlled Is as big as the
Seaboard. Does any one, for Instance,
Imagine that the only money made by
Mr. Yoakum out of 'Frleco was the profit
on the shares he bought below twenty
and sold to Rock Island for securities
worth sixty even In this market? If
such was tho case, how did Mr. Yoakum
become a millionaire before ho sold those
share?)? Bankers and railroad men under?
stand these things."
The above statement clears up some
of tho mystory attaching to this strange
transaction. The reason it has been such
a mystery. Is elmply that It Is unique.
There has been plenty"of rumor and guess
about lt, but little tangible fact or cloar
and conciso statemont from the parties
Interested. Thore Is, moreover, a mani?
fest desire on tho part of all concerned
to do and say nothing that will ln any
way injure the prestige or Interfere with
tho fortunes of Messrs. Williams and Mid?
dendorf. A clear otfvclal statement on the
matter might very well be translated by
the public and the press Into something
Injurious to theso firms. The actual facts
do not reflect either upon the fortunes or
the ability of the individuals or Arms
The actual facts are as follows:
Tho voting trust, consisting of oight
members, absolutely controls, the for?
tunes of the Seaboard Air Line. The ad- ?
ministration Ib ln the hands of the Exocu
tlve Committee, whose chairman is B. F. |
Yoakum, also head of the voting trust. ;
Thero are no contingent liabilities in ?
the shape of loans by Individuals or arms :
which can wreck the road. It stands
absolutely beyond the possibility of re?
ceivership or even reorganization, unless
conditions should arise to bring down
tho fortunes of Individuale at present
Immensely powerful and wealthy.
The voting trust does not own the road.
The dominant influence ln tho voting
trust does not own enough stock to-day
to make lt oven a fighting minority In
electing the Board of Directors, if such
election were carried out in tho usual
way on the votes of stock actually held.
The voting majority ot the trust does
hold an option, or, rather, several options,
on a large block of stock, below 120,000
shares, at an average prlco below twottfy
foi tho common and thirty for tho pre?
ferred. As a matter of fact, the prices
of tho stock bought and held In various
ways by this interest uro lower than any
prices that have ever been published ln
this connection. Tho exercise of all op?
tions, however, would not placo this in?
terest iu "stock control."
G it EAT SYSTEM
It Is the Intention of the voting trust
to make Seabonrd a great system. Much
work and a great deal of money will bo
required, Thero will bo no huste. Nothing
will bo done at present or under present
conditions. Tho people who will bo re?
sponsible for the making of Seaboard
are confident of the highest succees.
They point to tho condition of Seaboard
as compared with 'Frisco In 1607, when
Yoakum took ofllce as vice-president.
It is open to Rock Island or any other
railroad to mako an offer for Seaboard
and take lt at the price namod by the
voting trust any time up to August, 1004.
The price nnmed Is not a low one. It tho
new interests talto up all their options
they will bo able to doll'/er a considera?
ble vote after August, 11K)4, but whether
thoy do or not they will still remain li>
control until August, 1910.
For tho present tho trannsctlon rests.
It Is decidedly unique the only deal at all
?similar being the pooling of 'Frisco con?
trol for five years with Union Trust of
Hi. Louis, ami In that case the pool held
more than a majority of the stock, in thla
case lt holds n very small minority,
WILL NOT RESIGN.
Any Intending purchaser of Seaboard
who irles to wreck the road as a pre?
liminary will fimi fairly strenuous opposi?
The current statement in this connec?
tion Voaltum will shortly resign from
'Frisilo to bo succeeded by a Rock Inland
ofllclal Ih not true. Ilo will remain presi?
dent of 'Frisco on the votes of tilo Rock
Ialand directors. Messrs. \V? Hi ond J.
Ii. Moore, p, <;. Held, W. B. Leed? and
F. I,, Hlno.
One of these gentlemen saya In com?
menting on thu rumor:
"The best thing wo got In tho^'Frlaeo
deal was Yoakum, and I guess tho so?
cond best was Wlncholl. You can buy
rallioad and equipment, but you can't
buy railjoad geniuses, ' We have a few
of our own, notably Stevens aud Warren,
but we nectl moi??. Anyone that gets our.??
away from un will pay u faiicy price."
Why "Gans-Rady" Clothing
Must be Best.
There are certain makes of Men's Clothing?trade-marked and
expensively advertised. But it is Clothing that is made for who?
ever will buy it. To be sold wherever an agency can bo established
?anywli?r? from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific.
It lacks in ilio vital essential of individuality. It is costly to
tho wearer bocauso of tho fancy profits and tho number of them
that tho soiling price must cover from maker to you. It cannot
give complote satisfaction.
On tho other hand, the "GANS-RADY" CLOTHING IS MADE
FOll YOU. Tho patterns are selected with your tastes in mind ;
I many of them designed exclusively for us for you ; tho garments
; are cut expressly for you. It is cuBtom-made Clothing in every?
thing but advance measurement.
' IT IS THEREFORE ONLY REASONABLE THAT CLOTH?
ING MADE FOR A PARTICULAR CLIENTAGE BY LIFELONG
STUDENTS OF YOUR PREFERENCES MUST EXCEL.
We aro sincere whon wo ask you to make comparisons?for we
know that through comparisons tho many superior points of OUR
Clothing are emphasized.
Its popularity doesn't go by favor?-but by tho legitimate right
of its perfection and its economy.
For "Horse Show" week we have excelled even ourselves?
Dress Suits?Tuxedo Suits?Prince Albert Suits and all other pro?
per kinds are ready in unusual varieties?with correct Top-Coats,
Hats and Furnishing Goods.
Cravenette Rain Coats are now a necessary adjunct to a man's
wardrobe, and as usual the best lino can be found here.
THE HIGH WIND
AND THE TENT
The Ministers Are Undis?
mayed by the Ravages
of the Storm.
Tho continued high winds prevent the
replacing of tho tent on tho corner o?
Twenty-eighth and N' Streets, whoro the
Eplecopal clergy havo been holding such
BuooeeEtul service during the past week.
Ko there will be no so.vi ta to?
night, aa scheduled. Rut if wind nnd
weather permit there will be services
Monday, the 12th. at 7:45 P. M. The com?
mittee Ib undismayed by ravages of the
storm, and which Interfered so sorlou?ly
with their plan, and are determined to bo
on as soon an the elements porm.t.
The tent la repaired, and a large force
of men engaged to put things Jn read.
ness ae soon as tho weather permits?
which la confidently hoped for on Mon?
day. Shav.ngs will be put on the ground
und tho congregation can expect every
comfort of a lai go tent at this season.
HOPE TO OPEN THE
Work on the repairs at New Ford's
Hotel, which will bo opened up shortly
as Tho Powhatan, Is progressing rapidly;
nnd Colonel Peyton, tho now manager,
says he expects to got thlngu In shape for
business In several weeks.
At present, howewer, ho ls unable to sny
whon he will be ablo to have hla formal
I-Ie hopes to have somo rooms ln order
to lot durlns tho Hors0 Show, but the
hotel will not be doing ita regular busi?
ness by that timo.
The management Is certain of being
fully open to tho publlo by the first
day of November.
Secretary Vf. Bon Palmer, of the Vet?
eran Calvary Association, which is to
erect nn equestrian statue to General
J, ?, ?. Stuart In tho Capitol Square, 'a
urging everyone, veteran or not, follower
of Stuart or not. to contribute something
t?? ihe fund, lie docs not expoct tho o
who aro unable to do go to givo $50 or
$100, but any sum, 60 cents or $1, or
$5, will ho acceptable and entinen lly use?
ful, it is Understood that there are a
number of followers of ?iuart In Rich?
mond, and many elsewhere in the fct'ito,
who have not given a cent towards tho
erection of the long-det'eried tribute .o
tho greatest cuvalry lender this country
Secretary Palmer makes the following
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
Must Have Luxuriant and Glossy Hair?
No (Via tor What Co'or.
The ilnt-st contour of a female fuco, the
sweetest smile of u female mouth, loses
something if the head Is crowned wUh
Bc-ant hnlr. Si-ant ui.d fulling hair, It is
now known, Is caused by a parasite that
burrows Into tho sculp to thn root of the
h-iir, where It saps the vitality. The little
white scales tlio germ thrown up in bur?
rowing are called dandruff. To cure dan?
druff pcimiuiuiitly, lliuu, nnd to stop
lulling hair, that germ must be killed.
Newbro's Herplclde, uu entirely now re?
sid? of the chemical laboratory, destroys
tin- dandruff germ, and, of course, Htops
ih?> falling hair, nnd pioventi- baldncus.
Sold by leading drugglnte, Send 10c, in
BUimpe for e am pie t?? The i-ierplclde Co,,
jH'Vi'?lt, "Mich. Owens and MlttQf Drug
Co., special ai-unta.
report of recent receipt1}!
General Stuart Memorial Fund, amount !
last reported, $0,121.00; cash received pinos ?
last report ? Captain John A. Hutoheson,
Olty, S-; Wm. H. McCarthy. $1; Private, '
Company "D," Twent eth Virginia Caval?
ry, HO: Colonel William A. Anderson,
tW; In Memorlam Leopold Levy, Company ?
''G," First Virginia Cavalry, $6; a vet?
eran cavalryman, ili one of "Moeby's
Men?" *5? total, $6,208.09.
STORM AT WELDON
Inquiry has been mado of The Times?
Dispatch concerning the mode of appoint?
ment of the Eleotoral Boards for the
several counties of the Btato,
An examination Into the matter re?
veals tho fact that tho present boards
Ootton Blown from the Bolle? and Fruit
(DpooUl to The Tlmes-DlBpatah.)
VELDON, N. C*. Oot. 10,-The storm.
has been,severe here to-day, and, Is still
raging at ? P. M. Cotton has been
i blown from the open bolls and washed
Into the mud; fruit treos stripped of
fruit and the wires of tho telegraph and
telephone oompanles down In various seo?
tiens of tho Old North Stato, nnd busi?
ness has boon paralysed, Howling wind?
and a heavy downpour of rain
have contributed to the misery of hu?
BY CIRCUIT COURTS
hold over until Janunry 1, 190*. Then It
Is provided that tholr successors shall
bo named by the Circuit Co_rt.
In tho meantime there w 11 be no elec?
toral boards, but as no elections Inter?
vene, thore Is manifestly no necessity for
The law governing the subjoct is plain?
ly stated above.
WILL CALL DR. M'FADEN
Congregational Meeting of the First;
At a congregational meeting of the
First Preibyterlan Churoh. of this cltyk
to be held to-day, after the morning ser?
vices, the Rev. F. T. McFadon, D. D.,
of Lynchburg, will bo called to the vacanti
pulpit to suoooed Dr. R. P. Kerr, now of!
It 1? generally believed hero that Dr,
McFaden will accept tho call. The Pulpit,
Commlttoo of tbe church has had com?
munication with him and on the streng-h,
o? th6 lntorvlew has called tha congreg.i
tion togothor for aotion. It la a reason?
able supposition, therefore, that Dr. Mc
Fadvi has glvon tho chu oh somo enoour
aRoment, If ho decides to come to Rieh
mond, as lt Is generally expected, thut
ho will do. ho -will re?oive a warm wel?
The Rov, T. R. English, D. D., of Union,
Theological Seminary, will preach at
both services to-day, at the First Church.:
Chrlet * h'Ji-ch--ervices,
The usual services will be held nt
Christ's Episcopal Church to-day, at 11
A. M., and at 8 P. M? with preaching by
Rev. ?. Otis Mead, the rector. Bible
classes Will meet et 10 A, M. and 3:.0|
OPENS TO-MORROW EVENING.
Richmond Fall Carnival
ONE SOLID WEEK. October 12th to 17th,
Gaskill-Mundy-Levitt Carnival Go.
Presenting the World's Greatest and Dost Shows, Distinguished by Now Features,
.tVrtistio and l?xoluslvo Pnrfonnanoes of a Strictly Moral
and Educational Character,
25*-?Breai High-Glass Shows?-?25
Roman Stadium?Trained Wild Animals?Oryet-al Maze?House Upside
Down?Barnyard Olrous?Kdleon Klndordrome?Ohlnoso Thoatro?
Girl From Up Then*?Down ln Dlxlo-A Trip to Melodia?
Streets of Cairo? Oriental Theatre?Ferris Wheel, Etc.
Hundred Foot Hlgb Dive?Great Spiral Ascenelon?Slide fop Ulfe.
Motor Cycle Whirl? Stalrcaee Ride?Highest AeHal Wlro,
Gorgeous Electrical Displays?Grand Band Ooncerte,
THE STAR FEATURE OF THE AMUSEMENT WORLD,
? THE LOOP
The Death-Defying, Danger-Deriding, Centrifugal Marvel of tha Age.
EVERY ARE?NCON AHO EVEH1N0.
^?^?nr-ft lesion BO Cts.