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0!-3en Preven.s Slckness Many _ aerlotni slc-nen h?s beeo checlced ln tlme by the Judicloun use of ftuewBroofc ? 'rmptintrooo Whiskey An -> heallliful tonic or wholeiome cttmulant it has no ?qun). Its moder? ate umj l? hlghly beneficlal to thoge I wlin nre alllnir and v.'IH increase tho vigor of those who nre well. Genu Ine SUNNY BROOK Ib U. 3. Stand .nrcl 'IOOIO proof-dittllled, aged *nd Ibottled under the direct iuperviiion "of U, 3. Government tn-pectofi. SUNNY BROOK DISTtLLERY CO. JeffcMon County, KENTUCKY A FULL QUAHTS FOR <fc? 7* -BY EXPRESS PREPAIO- *i??J H. CLARKE & SON, Incorporated 1208 E. Main St, General Dist'rs, Richmond, Va. BLOODY FIGHT lilGSST GEFEATS WM IELSH (Continued Krom I'Ir?t P torccd the ilglitlng, landlng right Mid left on the jaw and face- Wolg.-ust, inaddencd, fought back flercely, land lng- several powerful wallops on the champlon'- Jaw and nose. It was an -ven round. Round 2?Nelson started the rajiid Tvlth a left Mriash to the face, and forced hls man agalnst thc ropes. Wol ga:,t swung iwo powerful lefts to the face and a rlglit and left to the law at clor-c range. Nftlson's llpn bled Urrghtly. Both exchanged rlghts and leftH to thc lace. A right swtng by Nelson made a cut undcr Wolgiist'is right eyc that bb-d slightly. Nelson took tho flgluing to hls opponent. lj.it waa rnet with two hard lcft*>i tn tttom acii and a right to the Jaw. Wolgast bad a shade the better of thc round. Round 3?Wolgast shot in three Btralght lcfts to the fa'-e, Nelson re buktng hlm with a riffht swlng fal:ly on tho Jaw. Wolgast sniliod. and they mlxed it against the ropes. Nclnon brought the blood from Wolgast'a nose, croeslng hlm wlth a vlclous right. After some wrcstllng Nelson forced 1i!k man agalnst the ropes, but Wol- j p-iit covered up and s-mothcred neatly., Nelson was doing the majorlty of the work, and both men slowed up con-1 kirterably. Thc round was even. Round 4?NclFon plled on top of hls rn*.n. and tho Mllwaukceaii fouj/ht back fi^rcely. Ncleon ttaggered iVolgast wlth a l^ft uppercut to the jaw. fol? lowed wlth left and right rwlngs to ii;e body. Wolgast fought back ganit )??-, playlng for the head and boily. "Nelson forred hls aniagonlst agalnst tha ropes and tried to land a knockout pinch. but Wolgast wuh too eluslve. wolgast lar.dcd twice wlth the right on tho face, and then r!r.5c range. Wolgaat'i the stomach and hls 1 ?? g rl Wolgi a pair ol l.uil t-rriers. and both. men were cautloned for butttng. The round ended ln & furlpus exchange, Wolgast having the better of it. ?Round 6?Wolga.it talked to l.fs sec? onds as Nelson battered away at hlm. After Wolgast liad landed two rlghts to thc jaw and a left swlng to the same place, Nelaon closed ln, and an i-x < hangc of short arm rlghta and lefta to the head followed. Nelson swung a hard right to thc jaw. which the Battler dupllcated u moment later. Wolgast backed into hls own corner and scorcd on tbe stomach wlth a tre mendous left that sent the crowd howllng. A momcjit laier ho sent in another to thc same place. The round closed wlth the honor- ln favor of "Wolgast. , Round 7?Ncl.-ion appeared to have y'owed down a bit. Wolgast swung two left? to thc face, and a mldring rally followed, the men exchanglng right and left BWltiga to the Itea.I. Wol Kast nict the oncomlng Battler wlth two upper left cuts to the Jaw, and an instant later swung twlce with right to th'* face and left to the body, mc.-inwhtle coycrlng up cleverly. Nel? aon sent Wolgast almost through thc ropes wlth a left smasli to the jaw. They mlxed it in the centro of the rlng, Wolgast brlnging a frcsli strcam .t>f blood from the champlon's face. As the bell rang Nelson swung a hard lright over the.heart. Thc round was [falrly even. Round 8?Nelson rushed ln, plan tlng hls right solldly on tho jaw. Ile ?forced the pace, but was met wlth a straight right and left to the Cacc. Nelson never faltered, however, and i "kept Wolgast constantly at work ?overlng, Nelson rftftrted the blood lowln. from hls man's nostrllB, ns hc hased hlm about the rlng, laiidlng lOVeral tlnior. wlth tho rlght and left :o the fncc. Wolgast -.ught a haven .galnst tho ropes, wlth Nelson tug flng avay unceasingly. Wolgast look ;d llred at thls atage of tho contest. md hl8 blowH Bceined to have lost, jonie of their i<tlng. The round closed vith Nelson enjoylng-a good lead. I'lich J.nnd- Tclllne Illovrs. Itound :>?Wolgast broke ground be 'ore th'; Battlcr ever and anon. trylng to reach Nelson wlth rlght and left to the stomach. Flnally they mlxed it, riKhtlng: at a furlous clip. each land Ing on the face nnd Jaw. One rnlx wag i repctttlon of the other, Nt-lson fought torclng hls man back, andj Wolgaat trylng hard to .stop the jiace-Ieader. Wolgast uppercut to the Jaw, wlth al. left, ond a moment later cut open Nelson's cai* wlth a rljrht swing. Nel Hon danced to hla corner wlth the blood htreamlnjr from hls Injured ear. Nelson had a shadc the best of lt. Round 10?Nelson forced tho pace. :onntantly backlng hls opponent igainst the ropes. Wolgast, ln a corner. got back flere.ely, but thc cham? pion waa not to be stopped. Tlme and agaln Wolgast. landed, but Nelson aevor faltered. Wolgast peppercd the :hamplon'.i faco with left aud rlght. and Unally crossed wlth a tcrrlflc left to thc Jaw. Nelson never wlnced, all the timo compelllng Wolgast to stop back igalnst the ropes. Nelson agaln danced to hls eot*n<-r at thc _ound of the bell. N'elson'K round. Round 11?Wolgast outboxed tho champion. but could not make hlm break eround. Nelson mcrcllesFly wnded 1?. unmlndful of tho constant tattoo that Wuign?t best against hls r.icu nnd Jaw wlth sho't arm hooks and Jolt.-. Wolgast swung rlght and left to the Jaw. The bell ended the round wlth Wolgast hammerlng away at Nelson's Jaw and face, landlng al? most at wlll. Nelson's face was a. m;iss of blood as he took his seat, with the honors of the round against hlm. Round 12?Wolgast was cautioned to let go by the referee. Nelson forced thc pace" as usual. Wolgast meeting hlm with several hard, left swings on the Jaw. Nelson apparently was de termtned to tlre the Mllwaukeean out, but meanwhlle he received fearful pun isnment, wolgast ftaylng witri rlght und left wltli almost penduium pre clslon. Wolgast Eeemed to galn con fldence as the men roughed It, head to head agalnst the ropes. Wolgast never let up, and agaln started the blood flowlng from Nelson's face. wlth of rlght and laft punchee. Men Flvcbt _lke Tlsers. P.ound i^?Aa the men toed tho marls, Nelson'*" lloe were puffed aml his mouth and eyes swollen. Thei mlxed llke tlgc-rs, Wolga.t landlng re peatedly on tiie body and jaw, wltli Nelson flghtlng wjidly and spitttn; blood. Wolgast litcrally cut the Bal tler's face to ribbons. but still the Dano came on for more. Nelson wre_ tled hls man against tho ropes, Wol _a:.t covering vi_>. There was a tem porary lull ln the battle, after whlcl" Wolgast swung right and left to tht body. "Thc worst beating the cjlam pion has ever received." said old-tlmi rlng followors, as Nelson'-" second: worked over hls dama.ged face durins the minutc's re.pi.e at the end of thc round. Round 14?Wolgast looked much th< frc-sher as they came up. He flung hU rlght hard to the face, and followec with left and rlcrht to the body. Nel? son's face was badly swollen. Wol? gast fought ficreely, taking tho light Ing riglit to the Battler. Nelson almosi forced Wolgast tlirough the ropes. ani then asslsted hlm to the centre ol the ring-. Wolgast smiled and shool thc champlon's hand warmly. Wolgasi then hooked his left twico '-i qulcli succcsslon to the jaw, and followec lt with a straie-ht right to the face and the bell ended a rather tami round. Itound 15?Betting now even. Thej whaled away lneffeetlvely at one an other, both dlsolaying more cautior than in any prevlous round. Nelsoi then wrestled hls man about the rlng only to bo rewarded wlth a left uppei cut on the sore mouth. , Nelson. out polnted badly, contlnued to force tln pace, all the while the target fo Wolgast'. well-tlmed .swings. Nelsoi Many Who Regularly Use and eat Grape Fruit do not know the tasty, delicious flavor of the fruit which is allowed to ripen on the tree to develop all the deliciousness nature can put into it. Thus crowded to overfloV\'ing with nature's blessings, the Grape Fruit are carefully picked, selected, packed and shipped direct from thc grove to us?each one a perfect specimen of the beautiful and luscious. Prices range 10c to 25c each, $1.00 to $2.75 dozen. 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Shlpping orders soliclted, mlEsed a terrlfic swipg that was label? ed "knockout," and thls taught V.'ol ga-L that ho liad better bo careful, It wa_ another tamc round. Wolgast Admlnl-ter- IMiulsIinicnt. Ilound 16?Wolga_t Bwung sc-.-cral times over tho l/dneys and they roughed lt, Nelson recelving thc !lon'3 sharo ol the punlshmrnt. Wdlgast kept pegging away wlth right and left to tho Jaw, and flnally .1 trciiK-ndous drlve caugfct Nelson** Jaw. Nelson 1 never wavered, but closed ln, exchang Ing punch tor punch. Nelso swung left and right to the body, and forced hls antagonlst agalnst the ropes. land? ing several times wlth right and left on the jaw. Nelson *_.cnt to hls seat dancing. Round IT?Wolgast backed away. Nelson throwing himself at him with great vlm. Wolgast met the on slaughts wlth right and left swlngs to the body. Nelson fought hard and nover Ftopped. Finally Wolgast swung a lerrific right to tho jaw. and then ahot in a half-dozen right .swiugs over thc chamnlon's soro ear. Nelson recelved'a hard left upper cut on the jaw, causlng the blood to flow afresh. S Thc men fought cv_ry Inch o? the Round IS?"How do you feel?" asked j Nelson as thc men camo up. "As if I I were punchlng a bag," was the aulek ; rejolnder of Wolgast, wlth which hc w-aded ln. landine right and left on Nelson's sore mouth. Wolgast slipped to his knees ln hls own corner, but was up Sn a jiffy. He covered up, wlth Nelson battering away at him, but falling to land. Wolgast apparently staggered the champlon, scndlng in Feveral vlclous right twings to the jaw. Wolgast dellberately buued the cham? pion with his head, and was qujpkly rebuked by Refereo Smlth. The crowd hls3ed, and the round c-nded wlthout damage. Round 19.?Thc men came up almost as fresh as at the beglnnlng. Wolgast time and again Jabbed hls left to the face. Nelson flghtlng back fiercely, bnt tneffectlvely. Th.ey battled about tho rlng, Nelson all the tlmo tlie ag gressor nnd never relentlng and Wol? gast slowly breaklug ground and play? lng for the face and jaw wlth short arm Jolts. Wolgast .staggered the champlon wlth a succession of powerful rlghts to the jaw. Thcrc was no giving way wlth Nelson. and as the round ended ho trlpped to hls s$ft.t. Ono round was practlcally a repetltion of Its predecessor. Round 20?They slugged and rough ed it from one end o? tha ring to the other. It was the same old story? Nelson forclner and Wolgast rctrcatlng and peppering th_ champion's badly swollen face. Wolgast planted hls left to the jaw with much force as the round ended. Tt waa a tame session. Round 21?Nelson opened tho round with a vicious right to the jaw, and rt'olerast sought refuge in a clinch. Nelson then planted right and left on the jaw, antl Wolgast almost back? ed to the ropes. They mllled lc to the ccntre of the ring without inflictlng damage, and then exchanged rlghts to the face. Wolgast swung a hard right to the Jaw. Nelson countering wlth a right cross to the same place. The bell ended a round of tamo milling. Fallti io Land Knockout Itlow, Round 22?Nelson staggered his ar tagonlst wlth a cjean right drlve to tho stomach. Hc follow<\d hls ad vantagc. landing right and left to the jaw and body. A right swing sent Wolgast to hls haunches. He was up Qulckly. but staggered about thc flght. Wolgast stalled d?or hnlf a mlnute, and both swung fiercely al each other. Nelson tried wlth all hls might for a knockout blow. but failod Wolgast's seconds gave hlm whlsfcej aa he took hls seat. lt wus all Nelson'i round. Round 2u?Nelson went right aftei hls man, and Wolgast fought bacl gamely. He swung twlco to tho Bat tler's jaw with light, and then a hart rally ln the mldrlng followed. botl landing telllng punches. Nelson ap? peared to bo much the strongcr ot thi two. He Bhot hls left hard to the law Wolgast retaliatlng with left swingi to the jaw. Nolson tried for a knock out, but Wolgast covered up cleverly and closod Into a clinch. Tho rouni ended wlthout damage. Wolgast agalt was given whiskey during tho miu ute's Jntermisslon. Round 2-1?Wolgast camo up freslicr Nelson forced hlm from ono end of th. ring to the other. Wolgast in lh. meantlmo swlnging viciously to tli jaw wlth right and left. Nelson fcnl; shook his head, and then shot a lian light to the jaw and a left awlng t. the face. Wolgn-st liooked hls righ to tho jaw. Nelson countering with > left hook to tho body, Wolgas slowed up perceptibly. and the crow< yelled "Flght! _Tght!" Tho roum ended tamely. -Round 25?Nolson dropped hls mai against the ropes, but hls swlngs wer l.adly dlrected. They exehangod snv ago lefts to the face and Nelson crossc hls light to tha jaw. Wolgast sot hl hackors choering by scoring twlce o. tho jaw with hard right swlngs. Soo after he d'iplleated thls performanee but Nelson never wavered. Wolgas appeared to be tlrlng' at thls stagt The crowd sent up a great cheot* whei they veallzed that Wolgast had lastc the twonty-tive rounds. Itound 2B?They were mlxed ln th< centro of tho rlng, and refused tt break. Then they battled head tc head, Nelson almost closlng Wolgast .? right eye with a straight left. AUoi some slugglng, at close ouarters, " 9J gast swung a powerful wallop to tn< Battler's face, and the Dano went t< ,hls corner aplttlng blood Flghtlng Volleil on Dunc. Round 27?\Yolgast changod hls tao tics nt tho start of thla round. ii< rushed ln closo, and took tho nsnt tngt to tho Dane. Flghtlng f''?.llU'Q' to sltouiaer, eaclj, lgmdcd re.wtwy. ?? the face. Nelson's left eye was almost entirely closed at thls stage. Wolgast clipped Nelson solldly on the jaw- wlth hls rlght, and thc spectators cheered. Wolgast closed ln and played for the Dane's body, but hls efforts were blocked, and Nelson broke lt up with .') .-.tinglng rlght to the face. It was Wolgast'.'* round. 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Oldest Muslc Ilo use in Vlr ginia and North CaroHna. nbrace, and were cautioncd to break. reaklng, Wolgast swung twlce with ght on Nelson'a sore face at the ose range, swung left and rlght to slson's mouth, atartlng the blood. ley 8l0wad up conslderably. and fre lently fought to a cllnch. Nelson ent to hls corner on a trot. No tmage. Itound 23?Wolgast rushed In, ?abbed Nelson wlth ono arm. and night to land on tho body/wun tne her. ITe flnally landed several i vlngs over tho kldnoys, and twlce iot hls left to tho lace. Nelson un ->oked n left that caught Wolgast /er the heart, and the latter wlnecd -d groaned. Nelson caugh hls man :ralght on the jaw, as they rushed > elose i;uarters, and then followed successlon of clinches. Breaklng ley exchanged terrlflc left swings to ie Jaw, and then fought to another lnch, in which positlon they iverc t thc elose of the round. Round 30?As the men came up for iis round, Nelson's left eye was com letely closed. Tho men roughed it, elson hlttlns rather low. The crowd elled its Tlltapproval. At closo quar .rs, Wolgast drove rlght and left re eatedly ln the stomach, and Nelson overed up. Nelson then swung a ter Ific right to the jaw and mlsscd two Imllar blows. Wolgast swung Ight to the jaw, and tho champion roke ground for an instant. Nelson nded thc round with a right smash to he chin. Round 31?Nelson trotted to the entro of the rlng, and Wolgast landed eyeral short ann jolts to the stomach, ollowing them with a rlght swlng to he chln. Nelson fought more care ully. Wolgast swung a hard rlght o tho soro check, after whlch both csted in a cllnch. Breaklng, Wol asc swung twlce wlth hls right on he jaw, and he danceel away as the lano- rushed after him. Wolgast had ho advantage of the round. HnisiiM Gaina Confldcncc. Round 3-'?Tho men came up slowly. nd Immediately closed in, volleylng t each other's stomachs. wlth Wol ast landlng frequently. Suddenly V'olgast swung his rlght, catching .'elson fluah on the mouth, apd a tream of blood followed. Nelson pre t-nted a gory appearance, as tho blood overed hlm from head to foot. The ound ended ln Wolgast's favor. He o longer feared to mlx it wlth tho hampion. and appeared to galn con idence as tho battlo progressed. Round 33--?In a cllnch, Wolgast drove hree rlghts to the stomuch and wlth is left peppered away at Nelson's amagod eye. AVolgast then swung wo rlghts to tho same place, and Nel on was half-bllnded. Hls blows wcrc ?ild. and ho found it dlfflcult to loeate lie Milwaukee laj*. They mlxed lt, and Volgast plahted two hard rlghts full Ut In tiie stomach, and Nelson cllneh d. Nelson could see wlth one eyo nly, tho other being out of coinmls Ion. It was all Wolgast's round. Nel on's efforts to lapd were feeble. Round 34?Both came up quickly, and lad to bo prletl from a cllnch. Bets vare offered at even, at thls stage. vlth no Nelson money ln slght. Wol rast peppered tho Battler's sore faeo md varled this with right""and left hort-arm rips to the stomach. Nelson leetnod to havo lost all hls vlm'? and leldom made any dotermlned effort to and. The men closed ln, and VVolgu.s' itarted blood spoutlng from tho chani ilon's mouth wlth two well-dircctod :olts. Wolgast's round. Round 35?Nelson was a slght as ho :amo to tho centro of tho rlng. All llfe seomed to have gone out of hlm. and although he forced matters, hls enorgles were devoted to stopplng tho blows of his ndversary. Wolgast start? ed hls arAs golng in whlrlwlnd fash ion, landing wllliout return on the Dano's stomach. Wolgast staggored the champion with a tcrrltlc left swlng to tho jaw, and Nelson appeared to bo golng to pieces gradually. Wolgast smashed wlth hls right, and had tho champion groggy from a successlon of rlghts and lefts to the jaw. The boll rang in tho nlck of tiuio. saving the champjon from what looked llke cer? tain defeat. Round Sfi?Nelson eome up weak. Ho waded in, but could not sea Wol? gast. ihe latter danced around the champion liko a jumping-juuk, send Ing in punoh after punch. Nelson til most tottered Into a cllnch, but Wol gt\it Cought warlly, and took no ehances of tho Battler's stalling. Wol? gast. played for body und head alter natoly, but hls blows wero not strong enough for a knockout. Nelson h1 uiost fell into hls chair as tho round ended. Round 3T?Wolgast took no chanoes, apparently fearltig that tho champion was faking weaknegs. Wolgast jurred Nelson with threo rlght punches to tha jaw. and Nelson could hardly como back. Thev met In mld-riug, with Nel? son swinglng llke a babe, and Wol? gast laiidiiig wlth good and cloan punclics. Nolfion's ablllty to steni the lido was a wonderful oxhibltlon. Wol? gast almost sent the cliamplon. through the ropes with a rlght smash to tno Jaw. Nelson tottered about tho rlng holplessly, and Wolgast sent ln smash upon Hina.sh, and the bell rang, saving Nelson from a knockout. . l liiiHiplon it I'itltul Slght. Round :is.---Nelson waa n pUlful slght ns ho sUiggered to tho oentre of tlio rlng. Wolgast appotired to bo ln no liurrv to complete hls work. Roblu PRINCIPALS IN BATTLE YESTERDAY <ocz "51 When we sell you a car we belie\ that there is something more comir to you besides the car you get. tJAsk our customers. ?j[A few 1910 Buicks or prom delivery. <_*_ Foster Motor Car Co 605-611 West Broad Street, at Elba. ...AGENTS FOR... Pierce-Arrow Franklin Bui LICENSED UNDER THE SELDEN PATENT McCOY'S CIGAR SENSATION THE TALK OF THE TOA1 A Mild Sn No Artifil Flavorir.1 W. S. McCOY, Broad and 8th sponge, but thc other Nelson seconds took the spongo from him and thrcw lt ln the bucket. Nolson to all intents and purposes was a beaten man, and it requlred the use of all of hla senscs to stavo off. or prolong Inevitablo de? feat. Roth men were coverod from head to foot from the Dano's blood, and tho arena soon became a sham ble. Wolgast peppered away, the crowd yelllng Itself hoarse for the Mllwaukeean to tlnlsh his man and the agony. Those erlea wero nungled with cspresslons of pity for Nelson. Eetting two to ono ln favor of Wol itound 39?Wolgast appeared loath to put ln tho flnishlng- punch. He Jabbed lncessantly at the Battler's anatomy, and again. tho blood flowed in a st'ream. Nelson tried to make a last rallv, but lt was only for a lleot Ing nioment. and ho agt-tn quickly subsided and scarcely could hold up his hands. Wolgast almost sent Nel? son to the lloor, landing blow after blow on tho defenseless champlon s face. King followers said that novcr had thov seen such an exhibition of gumenes's as dlsplayed by Nelson. Ueferoe Smlth said he would stop the light ln tho next round if Nolson s seconds dld not. Round JO?Wolgast backed a*jay, looking for nn oponlng for a flnnl blow. II* smaslicd tho beaten cham nlon on thc jaw wlth a right, puulm; all his remaining strcngth to thc blow, Nelson tottered, and was ou the vq nt of collapslng. when Referco Smlth stopped tho tight, and gavo the^VO} diet to Wolgast. Nelson tried to Bhake the hand of his conciueror, but was so weak that ho was quickly dragged to his corner. Couley Knocka Out Attell. ?Los Angeles. Cai.. February 22.? Franklo Conley. 0- J**9?Y?sh'*, ^fr knock6d out Monto Attell, of ban F.an_u"o to-day ln tho forty-second round of a forty-flvo-round flght. \ttell was severely punlshed. and whei Conlov knocked him, down tn tho forty-second round hls seconds threw up the spongo before tho count was flnished. finns ClinllcngeM Wnlgnsl. Baltimore.. -Md.. Februnry 23.?loe r'nnt: former llghtwelght champion. tu ntghlS Vi cl.u-llengo to Ad Wol? gast for a twenty-round contest, to bo fought anywlioro the champion wlshes. and under any conditions ho may name. Oliildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R l>A Wiii. E. Tanner. 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