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THE TUCUMC.RI NEWS
EASY HOW TO SAW LOGS
AND CUT DOWN TREES
Only nut' mini, or even a hoy. with
the Improved (ittiiwn Kugliic Log Saw
can easily cut twcnty-llvo t forty
cords ii ilny, mid in a cost of loss tlinii
I!c per conl. This machine, which out
does nil others, bus ii hcuvy, cross i:iit
nnw driven by u powerful especially
designed l-eyelo gasoline engine, It's
n fust innncy-mnkcr for those using It,
iiihI does more thiin ten men coiilil do,
either culling down trees, sawing logs,
or buzzing brniirhes tcJiIfc you rest.
When not sawing, the enu'llie ciin he
used for other work requiring power.
rwwtr f Imitation!,
The enMre mnchlne Is mounted on
truck wheels to make It easy to move
to the trees or Iocs, tltlil from cut to
cut on ii Ion irlthnut ntnpphig the en
fiwc I'or moving on the roml, the
truck wheels nre placed parallel w'lh
the "kids mill the rig hiinled straight
ahead. The wheels turn on a two.
way spindle. You do not have to take
them off. hut can change direction of
wheel trncl by merely taking out a
The Ottnwn can be fitted for saw
ing down trees. It cuts level wlih
Mirface of ground, thereby getting nil
the Umber and leavlnir no stumps
MIi'IiIiil' up. An automatic friction
olutch stops the saw In case of undue
resistance. Two nieti can full forty
to fifty trees a day In ordlnnrv timber.
The whole cm I tit Is compact, simple
durable aculnst a lifetime of hard
wear. It sells for a low price and N
fully guaranteed for reliable opera
tion In the hands of every one who has
trees to cut down and Iocs to work up.
Villi Information :md low factory
price to you can be had simply by ad
dressing the Ottawa Mfg. Company,
117'JI Voo St.. Ottnwn, Kansas.
Local Lady Agent
for Turner's Toilet Preparations.
Very attractive offer to make.
Exclusive Sale Given.
All or part time. Samples free
to agent. Write Today.
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EDDIE COLLINS NOT
YET ON DOWN GRADE
White So Star Looks Good for
Many More Campaigns.
Probably In Slump Such ns All Play,
ers Are Liablo to Encounter
Failed to Come Through in
Pinches In Big Series.
Slum IM.IIe Collins' showing In tho
world's series, an exhibition far below
whilt was expected of the so-called
king of second basemen, baseball follow,
er.s are beginning to wonder how much
Innijer the star Inllelder of the White
Sox will remain nt Ihe top of his
class. Many tint I I signs that he
was .slipping In the names with the
ltcds. Certainly he wasn't the Col
lins of old In the post season buttles.
He looked no belter than I tit 1 1 1 . who
was not supposed to be In the samn
class with the American lonelier.
Maybe It was that Collins was Just
In ii temporary slump such as all piny
ers, no mutter bow (.'rent, have every
now and then. Ills playing In the
league campaign would hardly bciir
out the belief that Ills life as u star
has about run lis course, writes J. V.
I'llzgornhl In Washington I'ost. lie
played his imihI depciidnble game dtir
lilt: the pennant race,
Hut It is true that he was below
the form expected of him In the big
series. In other post season games
In which he lias engaged be litis out
done himself. And this failure tu
come throii'.'h In the pinches against
the Keils Is no doubt what has started
the fans to wondering If, like all other
Krt'iit players, Collins is dually com.
I ni; to the end of his rope in tho
As at;es o, Collins is still a yoittiR
man. He is only thirty-two, but fur
a ball player, and particularly an In
tlehler, tli.it is a rather ripe aye. Ami
as service goes he Is one of the real
veterans In the hii; leagues. He bar
been playliu; professional baseball
Cince lillM!. He lias seen I I seasons,
('01111' iiiul k In' (lie iiatloaiil pastime.
POUGHKEEPSIE COURSE I
IS SHORTENED A MILE t
I'or the tlrst time In the twenty-two
years of Its history, the
varsltv race at the I'ougb
keeps. regatta next .Mine will
be for three miles Instead of
the traditional four. The new
course probably will start at the
Columbia lioat-hoiise, one mile
below the old starting point, ami
will llalsli In the same place as
In the past, about one mile be
low the high bridge. This an
uouueement was made tonight
by Charles lialsted Mapes,
chairman of the hoard of stew
ards of the annual rowing
PETERSON WILL BE REFEREE
Veteran Billiard Expert Will Otficlate
at Various Games to Decide
Charles C. I'eterson, veteran St.
I.ouls billiard expert, ami one of the
widest known figures In the game, has
accepted terms whereby ho will olll
rlate as referee at all games played In
the halkllue, threc-cishou and pocket
billiard tournaments which will decide
the chniiiplouhhlps ill these threii
htyles of play.
TO MAKE EVERY STUDENT FIT
Aim of Compulsory Trainino at Har
vard to Teach Various Forms of
Exercice and Sport.
The aim of Harvard's compulsory
training for frchmen Is to make every
Htiident who enters college In the fu
ture physically Hi, and to leach forms
of e.ercise and cport which he can en
Joy In actual participation while In
college and after graduation. Tin In
novation will strengthen future Ilitr
vii id arlty athletic teams by the din
cowry of latent material.
TWIN BROTHERS ARE
1 1BfllAfj &
i " """UU I;5ij0 :
Callahan Brothers Play on Opposing Teams.
One of the most remarkable rl-, allies ever seen on the urldlron, If not
In nil athletics. Is 4 1 nt t between Mike mid 'rim Callahan, twin brothers, who
are opposing centers on the Yale and 1'rliicctou football tennis.
Left Tim Calhihati. captain and center for Vale.
ltifbt .Mike ('illinium, captain and center for I'rlncetnn.
Tim mid his brother resemble one another In build and both nNo have
wonderful football records behind them. The Yule captain during the war
was In the navy ami a member of "Cupid" Itlack's eleven. Ills piny came very
near iilnltm him an All-Amerlciin service team position.
In some eases brothers are starrliiK on the same tenuis. Yule has tho
Wells twins, one of whom is plnyint; a halfback positb a the varsity team,
while the other as a lineman on the .second team Is fast maklau' a name for
himself. The llorucens are two of Harvard's best backllcbl players, Italph
dohiK tho ptmtliu:.
Pennsylvania has a pair of nifty ends In the Miller brothers, both of
whom are stars of the briuhtest luster. Heinle formerly captained the
(Junkers, while this Is Hay's HrM year as a varsity player. Northwestern
university also has a pair of cads who lire broihem, and t win, the Marrows.
FRED PLAISTED KEEPS BERTH
Veteran Will Have Charge of Rowino
Equipment at Columbia Will Do
Fred lialsted. who for the years
was assistant coach in charge of the
Columbia I'lilverslty freshmen crews
under direction of .Mm Hire, has been
re-einiiiKeil by tin: Columbia antlioii.
ties to serve as cenoral assistant at
the I'libm Moat clubhouse, where the
Columbia oarsmen will make their
lieadiUiirters. I'lalsted will not be re
quired to do any coachlni; because of
his advanced years, but he will have
full responsibility for keeplnu' the
' ares, rncliiK .shells, sweeps and all
other equipment at the hoathouse in
I'lalsted Is one of the best known
of professional oarsmen this country
has developed. He .was at Ills prime
In the .seventies, when the Ward broth
ers were sweeping all before llicui. lie
won many races, both as a Mimic scull
er and teamed in crews with other
professionals. Ills first college en
gagement wtis with llowdoln and later
he was in charge of all equipment at
Yale. He tlrst came to Columbia In
Ifei. -x i'VsT-
flpi rhota ar rZ?,-,
10KI and served ns Wee's assistant.
He conilnued with the Itluc and White
oarsmen last season, nml was nom
inally In charge of the crew, alihoui;h
he divided authority with Kugciio CI-
II Illl t lit.
BAR ALL GERMAN ATHLETES
Will Not De Permitted to Participate
in Olympic Games In 1920
Cernuin ami Austrian athletes have
been barred from the Olympic games
in ttr.'il and may be perpetually dis
franchised from participation In nil In
Tills nuiioiincemeiit was made re
cently til a dinner nt the University
club by KlVuinil S. Johnson, director
of "V" athletics In the ,. K. who
has Just returned from a eonierence
with the lielglaii Olympic comiulltee.
Ily mutual agreement ibe enemies of
the allies will be denied admission
next year, and l'raine and Ilelgluui
Will propose to make the Ineligibility
perpetual, Johnson said.
The games will hn held next year In
an Immense Miidlum outside of Ant
werp that was built by the fJermuns
(luring their occupation and used fur
training tiddlers and their "tutu ver
JIMMY SMITH QUITE
LUCKY BALL PLAYER
A ball player who Is not a regular
" u eh plonshlp team, but who
draws a share of a world series purse,
Is naturally counted very fortunate,
.liniiny Smlili. utility Inllelder of the
Ueds. has "sat out" his .second world's
series, and for the second time re
ceived u neat sum of money without
hnvlng to work for It.
.Smith received $.VJ(ir,01 ns his
share of the series money between
the Iteds and White Sox. All he hail
to do for this "gob"' of cash was to
run for Sherwood Mugco. pinch hit
ter, nnil to get into tin argument with
In lillT .Mutiny was with the (Hants,
and drew down a bundle of coin In
the fall, though he did not take part
In the series with the White Sox.
ltelgium has resumed trotting rac
It Ih six years since the Canadian
i Indies' golf championship was played.
Hampden I'nrk, Olasgow, can accom
odate l.'O.iXMl persons for a soccer
It is sahl that Joe Iteckctt. thcl'.rlt
ish heavyweight champion, is a tip-top
"Italic" Itutb become a movie star
without batting an eyelash, ami he ex
pects to make a hit or two.
Harvard appears to have a very
promising cud in I'. !. SI cole, who
played lluciy iigaliist lirown,
Mexico Is not without Its bevilng
league. A function has been Issued
for n league in Tamplco and has 1 1
I. .1. Mornn. nianiiger of the Cln
cinaatl world champions, N said to be
desirous of securing Outfielder T. (.',
fiaina. the Hindu wrestling wonder,
Is on his way to America aad on nr
rh til will he booked to meet our very
Lincoln, whose franchise was trans
ferred to Sioux City two yens ago,
Is desirous of securing it franchise In
the Western league.
America bus two candidates to com
pete against Sir Thomas Upton's
Shamrock IV in the International
yacht races set for June -0 next year.
Tl firan I'remlo Naiionnl." for it
purse of SO.lUM) pesos (about $10,110(1),
the richest event on the Argentine turf
was won by Mu.y, an Argent Ine-owiied j
Over III London town Toin O'llnuiice
Is telling the lliitlsh ling followers
Hint I'reil Kulton will back Jack Detnp
sey Into u corner ami take the heavy
crown away from him If the pair ever !
Ciimidlau crews for Ihe Olympic
Raines will row preliminary trials at
Ottnwn, llaivey I'ulford, the fninoiiM
Ottawa stroke, will couch the crews
n assistant to Joe Wright, who Is
Instructor of tho Uulvcndly uf I'enn
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Dc Cured
by louiil uiiitl('itUnnii iih they caiumt tench
tin- iBcaiii:il iioitiia of tint i.'iir Tlioni Ii
only otiii way to euro ('ittiirrliul I)(-iihii's,
i j Unit Ih liy ii cuiisllliilloniit remedy
JIAl.l.'H t'ATAHttll .Mi:l)lf'I.S'l-: nets
through Uih lllooil on tin: Mucous hurrm-ps
of tho Hyulviii. Catarrhal Di-nttics la
iiitisuil tiy an Intlainvil condition of this
mucous llnltiK of the Kusliirlilnn Tube,
When thin tutjo In Intl. unci you have a
rumbling sound or Irtipurf cci )niirliii;, ami
wlu-n It l entirely Hosed, Umifm.-iis In tin;
remilt, Unions the lullammiitlon :un lo re
dticctl ami this tubu rcitorcd to Its nor
mnl comtltlon, hctirlmr may lie destroyed
fornver Many cases of Deafnen sro
caused by Cutarrh, which Is an liillamctl
condition tit tlic Mucous Surfaces.
ONK liUNlJKKIJ DOM.AIIH for any
case of Catarrhal Deafness that rnnnnt
tie cured by HALL'S CATAIttUI
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Nct Contents 15 Fluid Draohra
'A ALCOHOL-3 rut lit
Thereby Promoiln DM wlion
Cheerfulness and naw
ritt..J;nn nmt DiatThoei
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
NOT AT ALL BAD REASONING ' 'HONK, HONK!' THERE YOU ARE
Few Have Real Confidence In Advice After That It Was Easy to Understand
That Is Handed Out by Aeknowl- , Where Old Lady Wanted Let
edged Failures. ter to Go.
Harold Cell Wright, the novelist,
said in an after-dliiuer speech in Sun
I raiicKco :
"Afler all, success lliianclal suc
cess 1 ihe best proof of a book's mer
it. All good books, from 'linbltisoii
Crusoe" down, have had phenomenal
sue s made hundreds of thousands
"We all know this Is true about
lliianclal success. We are all like ihe
tramp who iis;ed the old gentleman
for the prh f u ghiss of I r.
"i have no money," the old gentle
man said, 'but I will give yop ij Jlttlv
"The t ru mi . lit a cigarette butt and
blew a contemptuous pair of smoke
Into ihe old gentleman's face.
"'Well, If ye ain't got no money,'
he said, '.ter advice can't be very
Must Prove It a Fact.
The onlv trouble ulth a g I oppor
tunity Is that It takes some lucky cuss
with a lot of none and pluck to dem
onstrate thai It Is good.
"What Is the proper length of a
girl's dress?" ". little over two feet "
If you want
health a habit and coffee
interferes, try a change to
the wholesome table-drink
with a rich coffee-like flavor.
You'll find Postum satisfies
without any penalty.
Boil for fifteen minutes after
Delicious. Refreshing. Economical,
Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c '
Postum Cereal Company
Battle Creek, Michigan
COLDS bred ad
KILL. THE COLD AT
Sundsrd cold rtmedjr for 30 yiirs
in utnet torro Mie. iur, no
oplstti bfcaka up s cold 'n J
nouri rciitvta crip in 3 ain.
Montr back If it falli. Tb
cenuint cox naa a Ka
lop will) Mr. IIIUB
At Alt Una Stmnt
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
J A portly Dutch
I the post ofllce for
i .send lo her son in
i told the clerk she
! letter at home. Inn
woman applied to
a money order to
the fur Kast. Sho
bad left her siui'i
snlil he wns "somo
place out In china, dot sounds like dur
noise an automobile makes."
The clerk sialled. uild turning lo an
other nearby, be said: "What kind
of a noise does an uutnmohllc make,
"Honk, honk!" the other suggested.
"Vah. dot's it," exclaimed the wom
an, her face brightening. "Ih.nl; honk,
dots dot: place." . .... .
So ihe clerk made the order payahln
to Hongkong, and the woman went
.'ml iiinklns sajs he's got to send
Ills boy o college for the reilson that
the youngster has gotten to be so
smart that a college Is the only pin en
licit tlml anybody with brains enough
to give him tin argument.
Make tine thoughts your companions
If .miii want to live nobly.
(iood advice may be none Ihe worn
because It Is sei-omlhuili!.
to make sood
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