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DECEMBER 91 1920
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MVT FRIGHTENED SA TURD A Y IF YOU SEE THE INDIAN SIGN HUNG UP A T PHILLIES' BALL PARK
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HEINIE MILLER MAKES NEW RECORD
ON THE GRIDIRON; PLAYS 23 GAMES
IN SEASON, AVERAGING TWO A WEEK
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WEVER ,n tIle history of football ha any player come
'i vv't'1'n miles of making uch phenomenal record" as
vw nung tip tutu deacon by Heinle Miller, Lud Wray
smd Leu Little, former mlntny of the I'nlvcriilty of
rs-nsjlvnnla. When tliey finish their Hcaunn Saturday
en the I nlen A.
A. Club, of l'hoe l'hee
.11m Thorp e's
Miller will have
three gatncH ami
Little nnd Wray
all In a single
gainer of football
In one Hcnen !
That mean that
Heinle Miller will
hnve plajed mere
football b n m e 8
thin year than the
average cel lege
Ntiir plns In hist
whole career of
three years en the
vnndtj , Anil noue
of the g n m e s
plnyeil In Miller,
Little and Wray
was a net up.
They all were
against the best
of the country.
At preient the
eleven linn eight
for u season. Ne matter hew geed a man may be or hew
Immune from injury, it is seldom that a plujcr gees
through three fceaaens playing in every contest, te nay
nothing of having plajed nil of the time in each game.
Yet that Is what this great trio of Independent stars did
thU year. Heinle Miller already has played in twenty
two games and he has played cery minute of everj one
of them. In these independent games whpn a player takes
out time and it appears that he might need a few minutes'
rent he is net taken out as he would be in college football.
I fET in there and piny: tenaf de 1011 think Mi)
j vZ fj.'" That ij xrhnt the player neti from the
fnannffrr, and they get in there and play.
In Great Physical Condition
THE most remarkable part of pushing a whole college
career's football into one season Is that men could
keep iu condition te de it It seems almost humanly im
possible te be en edge for that number of games, jet
Wray, Mttle nnd Miller did it. They always were in
shape, nnd net one of them today appears in the least
drawn or evertrained. We nre often told by college coaches
that they have te put weak teams en their wlicdule early
becquse tlfcy can't keep the team In shape for the last
big battles imles they go easy in the early part of the
year. Yet Miller, Wray and Little were able te de this
Of course, they arc exceptions. It is doubtful if any
ether three men plnjlng in the same era of football could
hnve done it. One man might be found here and there
who could get nwuy with mere than twenty games In a
Bcasen, but he would be one among thousands.
Hew is it thut these plajers were able te keep In
shape? Ileinie Miller explains te a certain degree, but
even he cannot wholly ncceunt for it. Here in what
"When we began the season we realized that it wns
jeinc te be a tough year, se we starred out right. We
jet in the best shape possible for the first game nnd simply
ny IIOI1EKT W. MAXWELL
Simrts ttdlter Kvrnlns Public l.rdtn
kept In condition for all the ethers. After n hard game
c would go out te franklin Field and work out In the
mornings te get the kinks out and loosen out the stiff
muscles. Of course, we had our legular practice, tee.
Late in the season nil of us seemed te be druwu In the
face, had lest n geed many pounds and seemed te be about
te go stale. Then we ipilt the morning practice ami did as
little work outside of playing the regular games ns possible.
In this way we came back quickly and managed te be in
shape nil the time.
"I'vrn when we were going n little stale, apparently,
I think that we still were in pretty geed shape. I knew
that I didn't feel any III effects of the hard playing, nl nl
theugh 1 did lese a geed deal of weight, tt seems te me
thnt if n football player can get in shnpe t the start
lie should be able te keep en edge all of the time.
f llAVH played many games this seaien en fiat-
urday and followed that by playing another
hard one the next day, and I always trent into that
Sunday game feeling just as fit as I did the day
'Tivas Like This in Olden Days
SO HKINIK explains hew he kept In condition, but he
didn't sny that he, Little and Wray were able te de
this largely because they possess physical stamina te n
degree virtually unknown te the average athlete. Seme
time age, before the football college season ended, liuck
Wharten was telling the L'nlcrslty of Pennsylvania play
ers hew light their work was compared te that through
which he had te go.
"Hack In INI) I we had one of the finest hunches of
athletes that ever get together en one team," Iluck said.
"That jear we played fifteen games. Once we played
three games In ten dn)s, and jim knew ou have te be
In shnpe te de that. Yet we did, and we played Just as
well in the Inst of these three games as in the first."
That record of Iluck Whurten's team was remarkable.
They played three games iu ten das. jet twice this year
Miller, Wray and Little plned three games In four days.
They did this en Thanksgiving, the following Saturday
and Sunday ; nNe en the Saturday and Sunday preceding
and en election day.
Nut enlj did Heinle Miller play all these games, but
he coached St. Jee's eleven nil season ami developed n
championship team that wen the title Iu the Catholic
League. Besides that, Heinle cenched the Krnnkferd team
for five weeks. Outside of that he did nothing this fall
except write life insurance during his spnre moments.
He didn't say when he did his sleeping.
Jr OT' LITTLE eaaehed La Salle Prep and I.ud
J Wray tutored Abington High. Little also A1
trcri eenrAt'iitf t'ic .Second City Troop at the First
Pennsylvania Cavalry Armery for the last thret
Played en Tive Teams
TIIKSn plaers pcrfetmed en two teams this season
with i'uien, of riieenlxville, anil the Ituffnle All
Americnns. Net only that, but iu the twenty-two games
plnjed they suffered only one defeat. Larly In the year
Clinten defeated Ituffnle .'1 te 0, but this was evened up
last Saturday when the lluffale eleven trimmed Thorpe's
bunch ut the Pole Grounds in New Yerk 7 te 3.
Hctc arc the teams which the Union club defeated
this jear: (ierniantewn A. A., Kwlng, Holmesburg,
Krankferd, Shenandoah, Mount Carmel, Kdwardsville, New
Yerk Ship, ('oushehocken, Lancaster and the Y. M. A.
of Falls of Schtelklll. The lluffale team bent these teams:
Jeffersen, of Rochester; Tenawandn, West Ituffnle, lluf lluf
faeo Collegians, McKeesport, Teledo Maroons, Cleveland
Panther. Akren Tigers, Cnnten Ilulldegs and Columbus
Panhandlers. The Canten Ilulldegs wen the first game,
a mentioned before, nnd lest the second.
JJKIXIE MILLEll played every minute of every
tl one of these games. Leu Little played through
all of these exeept the Eiring contest and M'ray
played in all but the Edieardivitlc contest. He teas
ill when that fray win staged.
Capvrieht. JSJH, bv J'utille Ltietr Ce,
B0X BASKETBALL BOOMS
q0) IN INDUSTRIAL RANKS
Philadelphia M a n uf a c
turers' League Is Meeting
I With Phenomenal Sue-;$
cess in Its First Year
among the "little"
year has been very much en the boom
The American league, the eldest cir
cuit In existence, is enjeing its best
reason, but the addition of the Phila
delphia Manufacturers' league lias
generated new life in the 'age sport.
Basketball hereabouts ulwins l at its
best when the industries are taking un
active part. i
Spirited contests hae marked nil the I
rimes plased nnd few hiue been wen l
by one-sided seen". The e(otien te
his rule was a vh teri f llaldniu,
Locomotive Works ever I' ' I'ndd en
Tuesday, when the former wen .'1(1 te j
10. Tonight u in-wieuiir joins the
ranks in General Kleetrie, which as
eurnes the place of 1'nx ter A: Swart?. '
and the "live wires" are said te hai'i
a nifty team front among the innks !
The s! nedule r ads : I'leisher vs. I
General Kleetric ami .1. it J Dobsen
TS. Monet.ipe. The entire liineinll
Electric plant will he en hand te root j
up for their favorites and a band will,
tr part of the make-up i
Bpert lioem nt ISulduin's I
The introduction of bnskethii.l nt '
Baldwin's has been the signal for a
sport boom ut the hxometiw works.!
Thu fever has caught the elficinl, .in I
they nre the most enthusiastic filli.w
rs of the club. Owing te the nail being
rented for ether purpesis the games fir'
next Thursday will be contested mi I
Friday nnd the schedule calls for llald-
win's te iIa J. & J. Pobsen.
w. i.. r.c. w. i
0 1 .1)00 tirrmnnt'n 3 7
9 3 .SIS 'int(sit 3 V
7 4 .OJS I'lillil. . . 3 U
srill3)fl.r. FOB Till! ViKKK
lYlil.i.vKciulinic ut Trenten.
I'hlludelpuin C.imdni ut Itrudlnc.
.leagues this , rilll.V. MAM rAC'TrBKIW l.UVdt'K
w. i.. r.c, w. i r.c.
KAYO FOR RAY SMITH
Charley Welnert Knocks Out Cam
den Boxer In First Round
Newark, Dec. t. Char'es Weinert
of this elt, knocked out Sergeant Hay
Smith in the first round of their bout
at the Coliseum A. C. last night.
Weinert dropped his opponent twice,
each time with a left hook, before put
ting ewr the final punch, a right swing
te the jaw.
Shannen's Death Brings Warning
WONDER WHAT THE BIG STORE SANTA CLAUS
Gee t tJ4vn THeunn
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ThevjO" "a FOOLGO
Mamv or Trll KlOA
I'M GLA.O THI3 DaV
IS Ov'eR. IT G0ir6
Te CHOCK TmC JeO
AND LOT SOMOaODV
ELS6 FOOL ThO KiDS.
I resi'T FCCL JU4T
RlfiHT ABOUT IT
COURAGE IN FOOTBALL
Gameness Alene Belongs te Ne Team It Is an Equal i
Part of All, but Ability Decides
Cupi'Muht, New Yerk Tribune Inc.
FITZ-TENDLER GO NEVER
ARRANGED IN MILWAUKEE
Repert That Lecal Southpate Demanded $12,000 Is All Buidi.
Lew te Bex Jacksen in January
My OUANTLAND RICE
Ily LOIS II. JAFKK
UKH between Milwnukce and
hilndelphia hnie been het with
buncombe, hokum and bunk since Wil
lie Jacksen was forced te call oft hln
bout with Lew Tendlcr there, owing te
an attack of rheumatism In his right
shoulder. Thin bout, a ten-rounder,
was scheduled for December 34.
It is the second time Jacksen ha
canceled n contest in Milwaukee with
the local southpaw. About a month
nge the New Yerk Slovenian decided
te postpone his mutch with Tendlcr
because of Illness of his manager,
"Dec" llagle. It wns Jucksen'M desire
te hnve Ilagley in Ills corner for he im im
pertnnt n content.
When the December 14 bout wns
called off Frank Mulkcrn, the Milwau
kee promoter, niiide an effort te get
nichie Mitchell te substitute for Jack Jack
eon against Tendlcr. Mitchell turned
down the offer; then Chnrley White
refused terms, but Kddle Fltzslmmens,
of New Yerk, agreed te tukc Jacksen s
However, no dellnlte agreement wnii
made for n Fitzslmnietis -Tendlcr bout,
according te the Philndelphinn's man
ager, Phil (ilassman, today. The rca rca
reii this prepr."d set-te fell through
wa.s because Classiwin refused te con
Bent te a cut In Tendler's original guar
antee of $10,000.
"Mulkern effeicd me .f.iOOO for Tend
lcr te box Fitx," said (ilussman teduy,
"but I refused this offer. The report
that the Kitzsimmenn -Tendlcr bout in
Milwaukee was canceled because u
demand of .1'J,()00 was made by Tend
ler is nil bosh. Hew could the bout
have been canceled when it never wes
tllassmnn said today thut the lend-Icr-Jucksen
encounter in Milwaukee
had net been cnlled off entirely, ami
thnt it would be staged the latter part
of January, probably the L'llth or 27th,
Scraps About Scrappers
I New Yftrlt, Ii'C. l. OrfW wti went te
all ertlclali iictlnu for lh Slutc Iluilnir I'em-
mliNtun terUy te itrlrtly enfurcu trio boxing
I I.i w prnvldlnK for Ml exl'llnn nn Inch In
thlckitHP te be p.Hci-rt uniU-r the cauvui
(V.I.MB 'i iYt tuui ii.i.h -i i..i fniTini nKniini riiinn inn warning us
a'"" i -t -M& lnVKIrr. 0 I V, i '" Al Itefrl.. ut J,r-y City
Tenlittit rirlMtu r h. (n-nrritl Iltpetrlrt
4. & J, IMww.n is. ,Menitne. Duffv te Bey Greh
XV. I.. I'.O.
Ilnnrerk 0 1.000 -s. I'. II. A.
I'eit in t 0 1.IKM) luiiuiiml
Nnllvlly . 2 ..MSI .Midi ( lub
I-erun t i ,W0 l.lruril
riltslnirili, l). II. Jurk Duffy win met l
U f. I' ' ItArr l',r b In .i tpn-reuml Ikiui hiet Hatur.
1 3 ' "Te 'l'iy nlBht Uuffy will ubsiiiutr fur Jtff
I 1 5.1U Hmlth he was Injurrd while trilnlnu
1 :i .'i.'n
t 3 .'.'.lO
Tex Rlrsixril hrei completed pmllmlnnry
numbers for the Jack Iiempss.y-WII llrennan
iwiut In New Yerk Tueaduy utlfht. They will
Im: Hill Tate v. Kid Norfolk. Clin r ler
Weinert v.i Hartley Midden and Marty
Karrell i. Trankle Maculre.
Jen Kennedy will fiut en lilii llmt liew it
Watsen's A C , Heaillns, Va . en Tuemlay
nlKht Johnny Mealy vn Mtanlev Vlltla
t.111 be the headllner. with ether bouts ai
fellows Jimmy Jerdan va. Ueurele Itey.
nelflr Willie Allen . YnunB I'aakua, llay
O'Malley i. Yeunic Tem hharkey. of Mana
yutik, and llattlluff Deeiner vs. liuttllni; An
Jet Tlpllti will leave today for naltlmere.
where he H te meet Frankle n're tomorrow
nlcbt In a tweUe-reund buul te a referee'a
declden In accordance ultli the teninr
rule there nlar boxers muet be In Haiti
I mere twentj.feur hours befere their beuta.
Al Fex, loci) 1.10'Pounder. baa been pre
partner for u return te the rlnic. and la new
read te ke ncalnNt the tnat man hla im li;ht.
Fex la anxleua te atart off with Frankle
A flehter T. boxer net-te will be the fea
ture of the Cambrla'a atar aet.te tomorrow
nliiht w hn Jack tlmi're iiiik-cih th
llngle of the Kenr aRulnat Willie McCle-key.
Jee Koena and Mike Credell wilt Hcmltlnal.
and rirellm- will be aa follewa' Jin Kaiser
va, Ter.v VnnKell, Yeunu Terry McOevern
va. Yeui.k I'addy Donevan and Jack Ulaxler
la. Johnny Williams,
MnrrtiM Wllltiima has clinched a bout be
tween Hebby Hnrrett and Yeunir Tem Hhar
key at the Auditorium for next Tuesday
Jefinny Itrnuae i delnir a. double stunt
theee dnya' Jib la tralninir for a bout with
lrrv Itanenn. which he win stage h'mself
at the Uermantewn A. A, December Id. and
nt the same time the Nlcetewn boxer Is net.
tlnic together the preliminary card. Kraune
Is te be matchmaker nnd promoter of the
Jee Christie, ihe Jumped Inte prominence
recently tiy a victory ever Martin Judge,
will appear In a bout with Jlmmv Mendn at
the National en Saturday nlunt. rhc main
mix will be between Penny Vulier and Jack
Iluase. ether beuta: Arlle O'UMry n. tlui
Franehetil. Hilly Iievlne va. Teunir Medway
und Whltey Haker v. Jack Hunkle.
Crerce Itursell baa the earmarks and
eierythlnit of a i;oed boxer. If Ham Oeldntcln
knows anithlnir about th ring came Ham
Is munaglng Hussell, all of which may l
Johnny (1111. the up-state mlddlewelaht.
has placed himself under the mnnasement of
I'ete Meran, or mis i uy. i
T.lltle Hear has liem matche.l te maet I
l.lllle Jeff In a ten-round bout nt llarrlsbunr i
en Tuesday ntg-ht. I
IHrli Slch haa been IrepreMnir In hla rlnr I
ablllts elnee Joining the stable of llermiii I
lllndln .stesh shaded Illlly Annele tn nil
DriUNO the course of the new
vanished football enen we fre
nuently rnn ncress the panne,
"nlthniigh beaten, fought back with
fine ceiirage." That, or word te the
"ni"liitf after nil, In n cempnrntlTc way.
does this phrnw mean anything? Im it
It about the same thing fiH saying the
forward pnRer used their litinds iiti.l
the kickers employed their feet for the
purjiose of propelling n football for
ward? In football courage ii no distinctive
attribute. There nre varying degree"
of skill, "peed, weight, experience nnd
team phi) hut net of courage In foot
ball. In the ceurce of the season we mw
Pittsburgh, Hracusc, Harvard, lnle.
Princeton, Centre College, Army, Nnvy
nnd Notre Dame I'lny, nnd net one of
them had a whit mere courage or a
whit less than the ethers.
(.nineties-! belonged te no team. It
wns part of utl and about nn ci.uul
Courage v. Ability
IT 18 net our Intention here te rise up
and say thnt courage doesn't mean
anything. . , ,
Hut in football it U nn everpraised
Institution evirpralsed becnuse It Is
u common football attribute, belonging
te no one team or llisimmen. wucrc
skill nnd ability are net nearly se
Courage Is partly n natural state of
mind and partly a developed state.
Ability along n certain line bullda up
confidence, nnd confidence In turn 'heljaj
U build up courage, refined courage,
which Is net se much a blind battle
against big odd ns It la a cool, alert
aggressiveness nil through a game. -a
fi1 "Je ,aTeJrw' fef'-'red. who won't
light back. The winner, you knew, can
Juive Just aa much courage an the leier.
put you don't hear se much about It In
football, "(lame but losing" Is the
i T? ''doesn't want any football
, ., '.. , " tl,ere are net many huW
football playeM who'd care te tackl
Dcmpsey at his own game.
The Winning Facter
"NCK in n rare while sheer and sur
Y paBsIng courage rises triumphan.
nboie all odds. ,.
Hut In nine cases out of ten, or la
nineteen out of twenty, the winning
factor Ih surpassing ability.
In the recent football season mbre
was written about Yale courage,, for
one example, than Princeton courage.
Yet Princeton had fully as much
courage as Ynle bad, plus n far greater
Y.)u arc net going te get very far
(Upending upon courage alone whan It
comes te competition.
Wlllard was game enough te get up
seven times in one round after being
hammered te the fleer. Hut he wasn'1
game enough te beat n man who w
faster, mere skilled nnd better tralneti
t'opyrtewf. IttO. All rfefifj rrarrved
Gifts for Beys
Just the present
your boy wants
U. O. Hansom Is net elsheartened as a
result of hla bout with Captain Jleb Koper. I
Sansom would meet lleper analn at any old
lime or place.
Temmy Jamisen has rounded Inte shape
for a niurn te the rlnc after several weeks
ljeff He wants a shot at Jimmy Murpnv.
The Aquii StrliiB Hand N. Y. A. will held
Its fourth annual dance at Clayten's neit i
" mts Many rlnc notables will be amenr
Itav llelnumt. Ineil Italian tntam. will
be en In a riturn bout with Yeunu Helly,
.f t'li. sur In the nrmerv there this evenln.
Wlllua Hrltt has been ulvlnu the Cheater
fans a let of soed beuta ether matcliis
tenlnht are Johnny Orlfflth s. Jerry Haves,
Hebiiv iii h Je Hrtnn.m Johnni Hal
vs. K. O Hammer and Jehnnv Paison va.
Sweaters, pure wool pull-eTer
Maeldnawi, size 12 te 16 yean old
Punching Bags and Platforms
Punching Bag Gloves
Baseball Gloves, Genuine Horsehide, $4.00
Marshall E. Smith & Bre
Fer 30 vein ea 8th St. i!et Cbtitnt T)A r"l-al-r.iif Ql-
New c-D.C...hwt St. ion ktlew EiiVtk. VUCBUlUi; OU
individual mark, and "Simp" Cnmpbell
mnde -even nits. Mirp.i'-ing the prev
ious murk of Nut Helmmi by one.
Chnrlii. 1'ciwir did the best work for
the "t'uiits" ami landed four baskets,
l'rinr te the meeting the magnate voted
Tem Harlow ri Instated nnd lie Ih eli
gible te pluy against Heading tomorrow
night. le-iite the iissertieii of Pp -dent
Scheffir that he would net allow
him te i'lu in thnt game.
Nntlvit) nnd Igun Gain
Nativity nnd Igan tKith boesteil
their percentage in the American I.cugue
te the .Vk) mark Inst evening with
one -slcle victories. Nativity defeated
'liriird. lilt-lit. nnd Legan doubled Fif
tieth. Mure .'ill-IS.
I'lill DeuglnH, Watsen and T. Living Living
utiuie were all in Kfiipiuing form for
the Illehuiund temn and between them
secured a dozen haketH, Deiiglns lead
ing with five, WntMiii getting four nnd
I.lvlngsK ne three. Nativity plated well
and nIieuhI every premise of seen being
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IndiiHtrial basketball for jean, hut .'.',. " ,. ,, , . ., I
appears uh If they hine met their uinf h I M'mre. of I.egan. was the bright par- i
naldwln's feels the same way. Am - ticulnr stnr In thnt team one-sided
ll1tll'l "HI IIIK lll a ti; nut I iMI HI II I
In tan willow calfskin,
heavy soles with an
added damp proof mid
dle sole. A shoe te
select for the double
purpose of protection in
bad weather and swag
ger style en pleasant
hew, they have set uslde next Friin im
"Ilaldwln" night Twelve bundled
tickets have been pun based, really mere
than the hall will held, and the locomo
tive roetrix arc coming with n Imml and
everything else te whoop it up for their
tcam, which contains three really Knst
ern LeuguerK. Dancing will uh,e be hud
1:.' in le.-m
f'e' The North Philadelphia Mnnutactur
,'hv liie Ilaskctbull League Is another indus-
,Hut , rrdj circuit ndded te the rank- within
the lant week and has for its members
Allan. Hall Hearing. Allan Manufacture
Inff Ce., I'hlladelphla Sternge Hattery.
Hutterwerth Ce. und Netnseme II.h
iery (Jntiics are plnjed even Saturday
evening In the North Ilranch X. M.
I Xleeerd rer Camden
'Jiv , TllO waineen r.itKirrii .."nut; ennui
Vi '-" .'
a. va. 4.
Ions had an. easy time of it rolling
nn a record score in the Third Heglment
Armery lt evening with the ( eaten
AU "A'. m flnnl fnllv wna 43 te et
,,fllie ,- ,nlnp rlnn TCddie Delnn w" decided upon te avoid peaalble e-Mifllct
(In favetfO' the Heme Clan. -''''"e 1'01" with th. meetlnif of miner and major lturu
f the winning live was responsible for
twentj -one of his teams points, mak
ing nine field goals and three fouls
I'addy Livingstone nt guard was a tower
of strength for Legan, besides account
ing for n pair of field goals,
Brotherhood League Garnet Tonight
The second round of basketball Karnes in
the llr'.lb'rhe-.1 J -.true of Seuth I'hlU.M
phia will t nlased tnla evenlni ai Paul a
Will llircv ..li'Ull. lilti.,t nut, tlc.(Cll, V.III
nlay Ht. Andrew a both eentesta te be div.
Clded at Ht 1'aul'a Hall, Vlfleenth and for fer
tr streeia In the opening iramea 8t. Taul'a
and i-reicent were the wlnnlm- teams Dn
Saturday nlvht the Houth Philadelphia Junier
I.euaue will open at tit I'aul'a Hall with St.
l'aul'a mrellnc Mount Herman uid Evangel
Southern Association Meets Dee. 20
Metuplila, Trnn,, Dee. 0. Jehn D Martin,
preshlent of the Southern Association, an an
neunred today that the annual winter meet
ing of the association would b held here
December 1!1 The meetlna usually la held
December 10, but tna later date tnia year
CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut
Fer the COLD GARAGE
Run your car all winterenjey all the fins aminv davi.
Novereut Hnatar helps selv thm Ceal Problem, tee.
Ileftts venr radiator and meter CTJIHT then
I m Kerosene. Annrnve,! hr lea.llnr Inmr
nee Cornennles. Klerenlh anereiafal seaaen.
Must be au repreaenteil or venr rneaer Sack.
lame In ad see, ricmomtrutlea ia SUr aheir.
Reduced te the old prices, offers
extraordinary value te smokers
ti)tv sold at
15 cents apttcs
new sold at
10 centt apiece
Bex of 50
TN every manufacturing in
JL dustry, there is one progres
sive "leader" a house te
whom the public leeks for
the standard of quality and
price for that product
Manuals were last te
go up and first te come
And the tremendous in
crease in ManuePs sales this
past month proves that the
public appreciates the fair
ness of our move
AfANUEL'S reduced price
will be especially pleas
ing te these who every Christ' '
mas send a box of these ex
cellent cigars te their business
associates and personal
friends. Packed in boxes of
SO and 25.
ALLEN R. CRESSMAN'S SONS
I Hi lift "
HIS !'V '"f
new sold at
Bex of 50
r Neealtr SJ
miimE j?m... rose mfg. co. i nnBSr
gn $27.se e aryy m. Jb sBKK
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