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Ji SJ WINNERS- Of Heats Were Many. 's Thursday's Races Were Very Exciting. Only One Contest Was Finished. . . .. . . . - . . . . . . MiWWi w'"- . j I .. I .... . . ,1, , , . , .... . . .. I I, II. . . - - . .. ... , III., .1.1.., -! ..--...- ..1 fcl I I I . r . - ... STpJNfeER THAN FIC TION. Hirmaii College Is Having Big t Revival In Athletics. ' ' ' ''There wcro more surprise for spec tators nnd tnoro hard work for race horses' at the first day of tho fair meet, Thursday afternoon, than some time's comes In tho whole life of a race' horse or u race follower. The crowd was big, tho classes fast nnd tho promoters believed that they would be ablo to pull at least thrco races, butaftcr the going had started it was soon seon that thero would havo to bo' some changes before this could bo done, and tho plan was finally given lip with but one race finished ana starts mnde In but two of tho three on tho program for the day. Every heat suggested a different dis position of the money, nnd ench time some new horse would forgo to tho front' and surprise the talpnt by win ning. Shortly after 12:30 tho field trallod down tho track to score for a start in the i!:'Jl pace. Not u single false start was made for tho first heat and they got away tho first thno they came to the wire. Allle Leaf, who had bepn tho favorite the night before and was backed at the track before the race, chucd out well, but after tho first half llryan It. was whipped out, passed her easily, and finished well out. of danger. The second heat wns won by Lookout Hal In n whipping firilsh. FIo horses finished clone to gether, and with the exception of tho winner tl.oy were seemingly "all in" when tho heat was over. Tho next time was Flashlight's nnd the mnro won easily. Lena Dllllarrt surprised ihem all In the fourth. She went out nnd -non In n Jog. About this tlmo it appeared to tho Judges that tho driver of Jlouben, was not doing all that ho could to win and Muckle, tho driver of Hormuda Maid in the other raco was put up and Keating was set down. Reuben then got up nnd dusted and won two heats, nnd then It was Flash light's turn again. The mare won her heat nicely, and in fact all tho win ners seemed to do tho trick In a man ner that made thorn all look llko first money candidates. After the fifth heat all non-winners wcro left in tho barns and tho final heats were closer and more Interesting. Darkness pre vented this rnco from being finish ed. lTho second raoo, tho 2:2.1 trot, wns much Hko tho first one, Inasmuch as It seemed that thero was a now win ner every tlmo thero was a heat, and though by great good luck a hprso was found which could capture throe heats, It was almost dark boforo tho rnco was over Edge), the winner of this rnco, was bad at tho beginning, and went four heats heforo ho won one, but after thnt he settled dffVtin and did tho trick In straight heats. There wcro many of tho watchers who believed Hint Mr. Ed. Vlall's Lura Backus wiib to win this raco, for she took two heats In good shapo ARomody Which Has Revolu tionized the Treatment of Stomach Troubles. Tho remedy ' Is not heralded as a wonderful discovery nor yot a aocret patent medicine, neither Is It claimed to dire anything except dyspepsia, Indigestion and stomach troubles with whlc)i no out of ton Buffer. Thii remedy Is In tho form of pleasant tasting tablets or, lozcnjyjs, containing vegetable nnd fruit essences, pure aseptic pcpslu (government test,) golden seal nnd diastase. The tablets nre sold "by druggists under the namo of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Many Interesting experiments to test tho di gestive power of Stuart's tablets show Uint0iie grain of the ncthe principle contained , In them Is. sulllclent to thoroughly digest .'1,000 grains of rAw, meat', eggs nnd other wholesome, food fit'tinrt's Tablets do not act upon tho bowels like after dinner pills nnd cheap cnthartlrs, which simply lrrlt nto, nnd luilnme tho Intestines without having any effect whatever In digest ing food or curing Indigestion. If tho stomach can bo rested and assisted In the work of digestion It will yery soon recover Its nonnnl vigor, as .no organ Is so much abused and oytrt)ikod as the stomach, Mills Is tlie secret, If there Is any secret, of he remarkable success of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a lemedy practically lfnktiown a few yeais ago, nut now the most widely known of any treatment for stomach weakness. This succors liriR been secured en tlnoly UiOn Its merits as a digestive pbro and simple beennso there enn be n'o fltomnch trouble If the food Is prop erly digested. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act en tirely upon the food eaten, digesting It completely, so Hint It can be asslm Hated Into blood, nervo nnd tissue. They euro dyspepsln, water brash, sriur stomach, gas and bloating after meals, because they furnish the di gestive power which weak stomachs lack nnd unless thnt lack Is supplied It Is useless to attempt to cure by the use of "tonics," "pills" and cathartics which have absolutely no digestive power. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be found at nil drug stores nnd the regu lar use of one or two of' them nftcr menls. will demonstrate their merit, (letter tlinu any other nrgument. I It wui ruled out because of Injuries received by so vcrn 1 players at thnt tltno.. A. coach will be secured and a crack team Is expected, Hiram also expects to havo a. ltrst class trnck team, which It never had before. Bas ket ball practice has been begun, and everything points to tho biggest revival of athletics -in the history of the Col NATIONAL LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESUMU R. H. E. Cincinnati;....'. 0 15 a Pittsburg :.... -10 2 rhllllps and Bergen; Leever and Smith. ' Philadelphia .-,' 1 7 1 Brooklyn 0 2 2 Whitc'nnd DoolnVDonovau and Hit ter, , Bostou 2 10 U New York 1 11 1 I'lttlnger nnd Mornn; Taylor and Bowermnn. - TODAY'S GAMES. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago" at St. Louis. UODDARD HEAT McOASKEY. The second game In tho Howard st. pool tournament vtas played last night, Goddnrd' winning from from McCnskey by n scoro of 75 to 02. The tournament will now move forward steadily to its cdinplctlou. POSTPONED TILL NEXT WEEK. Opevatlons In the tournaments on the Howard st, pool tables and bowl ng alleys have been postponed for the remainder of the wools,, but they will be taken' 'up with- renewed vigor nnd interest as soon ns tho' fair Is ocr and the players have tho races out of their minds. There was no game lu the pool tournament Thursday night. early In ANOTHER POOL TOURNAMENT. .An amateur .pool foumnment In which a great denl of Interest Is being tnken is now In progress nt Fied Ycoiunn's pool room, on South Mnln st. There nro ten entries and some valuable ' prizes aro being contested for. The game lost night was between Anderson nnd YIers and was won by Anderson with a score of 100 to 74. TRUE ARMOR. Proper Food Defends Against Disease. There Is an assaycr and chemist in Itositn, Colo., Mr. 0. Wulstqn, who iihows by actual e cry day demonstra tion that scientific food will mako a man young agnln. He says; "The question of ptoper food which will assimilate nud protect tho system from loss and waste, of brnlu nnd torusclo, becomes a serious ono when man advances to my ago of pnBt 08. I am continually under a brain and musclo strain which for tlio last .10 years wore upon me seriously. My digestion beenmu Impaired and my iwholo system weak. I buw Grapo-Nuts In n grocery storo, nnd bought a box. I tested it In my laboratory nnd found it correct ac cording to your declaration of Its sub Btancos Jn proportion with tho phos. pbates intact. t .rondo it my principal food nnd gain ed in ono year 18 lbs. In weight, nnd had tho pleasure of seeing my Indl gontlon lenvo mo entirely After a yar and n half of Its uhc, i feel 20 ymYU .younger nnd am as strong and" upplQ',as I never ns hufoio during bjj Innf: decade. I simply hnvo found tfiq. truo nnnor which Is defending raybody 'against disease and withering 'ifief - jtiflnd'it of ndvnntago In field work nifEt when prospecting in tho nioun ,tilns. When I go out upon geodetic 'editions, I tako ft quantity of firnpo. JiuU"iony with mo. This abolishes rtsaljerionio baggngo and food cooking $foipllC A littlo'BUgar, a can of con tojaj'mllk,; my Orapo-Nuts, nnd I , lure Jmy.. 'food n a closely condensed jtorrii! not weighing, over 1 pounds to fwrry qnd'I never (gethungry. Con- 'iawtraiad re-n&ents ara,t)io mo3t odee- ,';tM ,lh.lUcheralcal 'operation, nnd , fiftpe-Kuts' are. the re-ngents that 0 tmp'tlM body'8 laboratory ttho stom'- ifc) in perfect peeking: order. Your rJuot,Ii perfect k''. u the contest, but nftcr that Lurn; never came closer than second ngaln. Ail but heat winners wero drnvfn lu this raco nftor tho fifth bent, nndiEdgcl had first money when scv on lioats worn over. Horses and drivers wero very tired when It wns douej and tho animals held out ex ceedingly woll when the great amount of going Is considered. Ab. Barnard wns .stnrtor and ho presided with his customary energy, calling the drivers frpoJv nnd showing thnt ho meant to bo oboyed when he gnvo orders. The track wns fast, though thero wore ono or two heavy spots from tho rains mat loll for such n long time. Fa vorites wero scarce, and tho odds Jumped about lu a very lively manner artflf, every mlo was gone. The summnry: 2:21 Class Pacing, (unfinished.) Tollie, b.m., by Online, J. T. Sweeney, Cleveland. (Iteldy) ; ,..8 7 7 2 3 dr. I-onn, Dllllnrd, b.m., by Hnl Dll llnhl, 0. A. McMnlmn, Cnnlleld, (McMnhnn) (I 8 2 1 2 a dr. Allie Leaf, by Gold Leaf, M. Thomas, Cortland, O, (Thom as) 1115 8 dr. Itqtilien, 1 g., by Kdgowood. V, H'Kentlng, Bay City, Mich., (Keating, Muckle). ...7 (I 5 (1 1 1 2 Ladjj Gazelle, b.m., by Brown l)ljk, Thomas & Stevens, Sprlng llcljl, O., (Thomas) ....00080' dr. Lookout Hal, b.s., by Uul Dll llnrd, B. V. Pew, Nlles; O., (P"iw) 2 1 .'I 1 I I 3 Flashlight, E. L. Hlukston, Mans Held, O., (Hlukston). .3 3 1 (1 0 2 1 Brynh It., eh.h., by Artmont, A. Qi I'ennock, Cleveland 0 (Pen nock) , 1 2 (I 7 7 B dr Crlckett, blk.m,. Guy Curry, .Tnuicstown, 0., (Heldrlck) ' .'Tk. 5 5 8 0 5 dr. JoqTJIIIard, b.s.. by Canton, Itay ,,,Mci)re, Glenvllle, O',, (Hay .Moore) ..distanced. jiTlme 2:217',; U.-2314J 2:21; 2:20K; 2:28; 2;25V,'; 2:2(1. 2:23 Class Trotting, purse $350. Edgel, h g., by Edghlll, O. A. Mc Mnlinu, Cnnlleld 0 (Mc- Mnlinn) 0 5 17 111 Lurn Backus, blk.m., by Noble, '15.- .1. Vlnll, Akron, O., (Hud "on) , ... 1 1 1 7 2 -1 Uermudn Mnld (Muekles.) S 2 13 13 3 2' John, K eh, m by Elyrla, .T, T. Sweeney, Clovelaml, 0., (Beldy) -... ...,... 12ri5 1 11 Black Pntehcn, bile, g., by 'llkcs llpy, .1, M. Frnaler, Wheeling, VV Va., (Krazler) .... 3 3 2 2 2 dr. aindys Vincent, b, m by St. licent. Norman nipple, Yoijiigstown, O., (.Inmlson).... " 5 (! tl 3 0 dr. Mum Carlisle, b. in., by Caillslo, LTB, Murphy, Columbus, O., (MUipny) 7 7 7 0 5 dr., 4jmoairi asKPfc, 2:21, 2:20V. 2:28 2:2jU(, 2:20K, TOMOnitOWS GAME. Both the All Akron team nnd the East Akrons are bracing themselves for the struggle tomorrow on Buchtel Held, when they will try onco more to remove nil doubt about tho champion ship of tho city. The teams are lielng braced wherever possible, and they In tend that there shnll bo no doubt nf tcr this contest, it Is believed that tho gnme will draw well and that thoso who attend will bo well repaid If they enjoy good ball. The plnyers op both sides nre nerved for the strug glo of their lives, nnd the game will bo for blood. GAME BY ELECTBIO LIGHT. Columbus, 0 Oc,t.' 3. phlo Medics and Otterboln will' play' a gnmo by electric light Friday night. Tho reg ulation football VVlll bo'palnjed white. Children's Dancing Class, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, XXth Century Hall. Creatoro, the Italian bnnd lender, has set Plttsburgers absolutely crazy. Ho Is the wonder o n century. Ills en gagement at thp Now Exposition closes on Snturday, Oct. -I, and suburbanites can not afford to miss, henrlng him. Excursion rntcs on all rnllionds leav ing this city. Look Out For Fever. Biliousness nnd liver disorders nt this season mny , bo prevented by clcnnslng tho system with DeVltt's Llttlo Unrly Risers. These famous little pills do not gripe. They move the bowels gently, but copiously, and by renson of thqjitonlc propeitles, give tone nnd streliKth to tho glands. Crentore, who Is setting New Expo sition nudlont'cs wild lij Pittsburg, Is the embodiment of "Ten Whirlwinds.". His music touchps tho heart and sets It nil nflnino, Ho closes his engage ment Srtturdny, Oct. 4, so suburlinnlles should take advnntngo of excursion privileges. Children's Dancing Class, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, XXth Century Nail. (JLANDERS the Diseasj From Which a Woman Doctor Suffers. St. Pnul. MlniM Oct. 3. Dr. Orynn- Is A nerve. Tonic never Cqualeo $ GRAYS' FUI.STGAME. Tint Grays will play their, flint foot bul! game of 1,1Q "'"on at Summit Iike pavk 'Baturday. Their opponents will' lie the second (cam of tho North Kuij Athletic club, mill It Is expected tlwt the contest will be a hot one. KSluJaislWaS' d.box This s)iope no othnr m w f tf ARE YOU READY? WE ARE! THE IMEA I Cash 1 Don't H and Credit Store Mi Saturday, Oct. 4th WITH THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter Ever brought to this county. They will sell clothing on time for as little profit as any strictly cash store in the county. We never mark goods down we mark 'em low enough at first so they sell when they ought to. esitate Come in, look around, make yourself qt home and feel comfortable. We want to show you, and if you have any idea of buying or wanting a suit, nine times out of ten we'll sell you. J3ut wo won t swell up and look ugly if you don t buy. Wo won t lose our politeness or good looks (no 'bouquets). We have somo bargains that won't miss many. But after you have selected and taken home and had plenty of time to examine, if you are not satisfied the price is less than you have been paying, bring them back and we will return you tho little money you paid us down and thank you for your trouble. Ladies' Smts All silk lined JACKETS , ?n Blouso, tight fitting, rdouble broast, Norfolk, in dress and walking lengths I2, H5 I8, 20 Ladies' Millinery Our milliners are tho best in New York. Full Line of MISSES' CLOTHING. TUE FIRST DUTY Ipc of OUR STORE Will be honesty of methods for itself. Its duty to you in honest talk about themthat's vital. The vogue between business and the advertising of it here assumes a hostile front toward mannerism and humbuggery. The manner in which we will present our business to you may be crude, rough, ungrammaticaloften, BUT ALWAYS HONEST. All Sales GUARANTEED ! We Are Ready ! We Will Be Just as much interested in having your clothes fit as you are. Your friends notice the fit, and you come back ; your friends will follow you. Clay Worsted Suits, heavy weight, warranted not to tt crock or wear rusty. . . . "1U Better Suits for 12, 15, 18, 20 Fine all-wool one at $7.50 Gre&.t Line of CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. The New Cash and Credit Ladies and Gents Clothiers Galvin & McQuillan Co. ,II6 and IIS S. Main st., Akron, Russell Block, over Long & Taylor. : i JVTHMSflU HHVIVAL AT JllKAM. lllrnm,' 0.r Oct. il.-At n mntm luoet Jtitf nt the HtmtriitH Thin ndny IfwiiH dcflnltvljr decided lo hmo a footlmll team tliU peason. For Uvo yours past thire has becu no football nt Hiram. JU$T WHAT;YOU NEED. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tivblets. When you fcol dull after eating. When yoi'i imvo no anpctlto. WlH'H y'ou Iiavo 11 bad laHto 1" tho mouth, s WiionV0i' Hvbij 1h toipld. Wllon vybur howcl -mo VoiiHtlpated. Whuno'pu'huvjv a lipiiducho. When you fcej bllloiiH. Tho,y ' hnproyo ypur nppotlte, cleaimo nnA.lnvlxomto your stomncli, mid lfKUlpW .yxjur llvor nnd boivelH, PrlfCvrSS. 'cent.il per. box. Vox bale by all llVSS16" nli .McDnnlcl, a young woman physi cian, In Nerlously 111 at her homo In MlmicnpollH. Her cane lH'one of tho most peculiar lu medical nnnnlfl. MIsh McDanlcl Is HUlterlng from an Infec tion of glanders, and It Is probable that heis will prove to Iki one of tho very fnv recorded cases whqro tho dlbcaso has not proved fatal. Kmly In Juno tho Slate Health Department was ask ed to diagnose, what was feared to bo a case of smallpox near rerham, Minn. Tho patient, Uohert Sehrain, died af ter an Illness of thrco weeks, and Uiter another biother died with similar symptoms. Learning that the young men had been exposed to glandorcd horses, It was believed that they wero victims of this disease, and a portion of tho tlasuo was selected 'for oxnml. nation- Whllo making this oxamlna tlon, Mls( Mi-Danleli who Is a gradu ate of tho University of .Michigan, and who has been engaged In bacteriolog ical work In Minneapolis for seeml years, bccnino Infected. S A 1 We Are Continuing to Give ON ALL OUR Children's Dancing Class, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, XXth Century Hall. When you hoar Creatoro nud bis baud at tho ?ow Imposition, Pitts buig, you Involuntarily clutch Urn seat for foar of being trikou skyward with IiIk) cyclonlu climaxes. Kxcurslous to PltlNtmre on Thursday nnd Satuvdav. tho last nafted day being tho closing one of his start'llng engagement. JKJIuHK P 20U t Y DISCOUNT FURNITURE CARPETS AND IVIATTIIMO ; It won't last long jjottor hur(ry up.. G. M. KEMPEL, : oPp. Dauo Bros, ct Co. I49-I5I S. Main st ":K:4c:A'1'Af...xv I I Head Democrat Jlncrp. EcaiS' bembcrat liners. Icad Democrat liners. Jb(ffi-timt New Fall Wo nre making a fine showing ot nil tno new Fall styles of footwear of every kind, Bhape,prIco and description. We call particular attention to our ll3.I13.il M10CS Ladies, and our t Jenness. Miller Shoes i For Ladles , But you're, not limited to n few kinds and prices hero, We showt everything n Footwear for everybody, from tho toddling babo to tho totterlnp centenarian. You'll not do Justlco to your FEET, FAMILY Of pdOKETBOOIC, If you don't eoo ouy now Fall Foot wear before buying. t WE GIVE GUBB AND GLOBE STAMPS. UP-TO-DATE SHOE AND TRUNK HOUSE "122 S. HOWARD ST. .rf,r,' ' " fA V REID BROS Read DunocWV1' Bead Democrat Uneri. 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