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ROURKES CLOUT THE SIOUX Pitcher Doyle of Indians Unable to Stem the Tide. GAME ENDS TWELVE TO FIVE Double IMnya Fcntnre Contest In Which Home Tram rrovea Vnable to Make Headway Against Omaha. SIOUX CITT, I., Oct l.-Pllcher Doyle of the local a wu clouted alt over the park by the Omaha club thta aiternoon In another farce same, tho visitors win ning by a score of 13 to 6. The gamo was listless and uninteresting from the tart Score v siou.. cm. ab. n. ir. o. a. is. Cooney. Jb 4X3361 Wood, if 4 0 1 S 0 0 Smith, 3 0 1 4 0 0 Callahan, 3b...,.,.;,.4 0 3 3 3 1 Clarke, cf...... 6 0 0 0 0 '1 Burn, lb 6 1 3 13 0 0 Marshall, rf.... ...... 5 13 10 0 Venn, c... 4 3 Z 4 7 1 Doyle. P.--. 4 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 1 Ha 37 21 "l OMAHA. , All, n. If. O. A. E, Uustlce, m 6 1 3 3 3 0 Coyle, If C 8 3 0 0 0 Thomaxon, cf 4 3 110 0 Congolton, rf... E 3 4 0 0 1 Kane, lb 3 1 1 11 o 0 Shestak, o 4 3 3 11 3 0 Payne, lb...... C 1 3 3 3 0 Bchlpke, 3b........... 4 116 10 Brenner, p........... 4 0 1 0 4 0 Total 39 U 17 S7 13 1 Omaha 4 3 3 0 0 1 0 3 0 IS Sioux City 0 00033000 & Left on basis Sioux City, 13; Omahs, 8 First base on errors Omaha, 2. Sao rlflce hits Xane, Bhostak. Two-base hits Payne, Shestak, Three-base hit; c Vann. Stolen bases: Schlpke, Vann. Double plays: Schlpke to - Payne to TCane.: Justice to Kane: Doyle to.Cootiey to Burns, struck out. By Use 'Mr, up by Doyle, X. Basea on ballsV W Bren" ner, 7. lilt by pitched .fco-M; Schlpke. JOHBKRS N8HB OUT AHEAD PJaeh Mtt Vraeol Cause mt Te yeka'n Defeat, TV3CHITAT Kan., Oct. 1. Waoob eo Ine In as a pinch hitter for t&ott in tho ninth won a Ustloss gant from' To peka tpdey. Tho game was character lied by, heavy hlttlns by tho home twn Score: k WCinTA. Aa It. It, O. A. 3. Itapp, ss 6 0 3 6 4 0 Nlcholfon, If 4 3 2 1 0 0 Mlddleton. ct 3 1 S 1 0 0 Hushed lb , 3 1 116 0 0 Davis, .rf 6 0 13 10 Burke, 3b 6 0 3 0 3 0 Smith? 3b 6 11110 Castle, c, 6 0 8 2 3 0 Scott. .P ... 4 0 3 0 6 0 Waeob ,., l o l 0 o a Totala 40 17 27 H "o Wacdb batted for Hoott In tho ninth. TOPEKA. AB. 1U 1L O. A. B. Cochran. Ib .,,....-,;.' 8 0 0 1 3 3 Foratythe, rf 4 1 3 0 0 0 Mclorm It 6 0 0 4 3 0 Koerner. lb 3 0 1 9 0 0 Oear, If 4 110 10 McAllister, o 4 1 .3. 4 3 01 u. ftmitn, ss ,...,. 4 0 3 3 3 0 WoCuiiouah, cf .......... a i l s o o BrowcT' p .., 3 0 e 1 a 0 Totala ,....,..33 4 10H II 2 whs viii, wuvtt iiuiM i b 47UIL maw rora p Oil 101 0 N-4 tVkhlt Vwt..sO lO.OJCMH bae hits: Fornythe, It): Joarneii, Jlapp, rhree-base hit: Nicholson. Stolen bases; miaaieion, iz; wicnwion. jjouui plays: Rapp (unosslsttd); Cochran to Molrry to Koeroer, Struck outi By Stfott, 1; by Brown. 4. Bases on balls: Off Scott, Hit by pitcher: Bcott (Cochran 3). Ura- yuni i.oiuuuiTor. iiraoj i;tv 40913 AMD aoOSTElXS TIED. Tbrt-e to Three Score of Qm Played at Dea Sfoiaea. DES MOINES, la,. Oct. l.-St. Joseph and Dea Moines battled to a 3 to 3 tie here this afternoon, darkness stopping the game at the end of the tenth Inning. Faber Ditched Brand ball, but elnnnv aim. Port prevented him from securing the DES MOINES, Aa K. II. O. - A. E. fox. it. 6 0 1 0 0 0 "recti, ri 6 l : 1 0 1 iiunter, cr & .1 t S 0 0 oucmon. tu d 1 14 4 1 Jones, lb 4 0 2 3 3 0 Bellly, s ,. 3.01 3 I 3 Blight. 4 0 0 8 1 0 Bwoldt, 3b 4 0 0 1 1 1 Vabcr, p s 0 0 0 3 1 ToUta 3 3 ,10 39 11 ST. JOHEPirf au, iu it. u XJawitin rf ft a Kelly, If... s 3 0 Westerxil, 8b 6 0 0 Zwllllng, cf 6 0 3 Oygll. lb...... 4 0 0 Koepplng. 2b. 4 0 1 Schang, c 3 10 Meinke, sa, 3 0 0 Jenkins, jj...:....K 3 0 0 Bofhler, p , 1 o 0 'Quintan ,..... 10 0 Totals . j 4 30 - C willing out. hit by batted balL pes Moines .....0 003100000-4 St. Joseph 101000100 0-1 nwo-base hits: Zwllllng. Sheldon, Breen. stolen bases: Meinke. Rellly. Sacrifice hlU: Meinke, Kelly. Bases, on balU: Off Faber, 8; off' Boehle", t. Struck out: By XaW. 6; by Jenkins 4: KoohUr. s. Hit by' pitcl,ed bkl ? Vy yaber. Sebang. Hits: Off Jenkins. in Time: l:ta UmpirS: An" LINCOZ.1- WIN BOTH GAMES Orlasllra Let Them Go to Antelope Contenders. LINCOLN, Neb", Oct, l.-Llncoln won 'W' doubletheadir with Denver, t be nm by a scorp of 7 to I the OCO RACIOUS- "EVEK CAT PEAS VlTH A knifg: T ALL WHAfTCMA STARTIN' to kick rov' Standing of Teams WESTBIW LfiAOUB. riayea. won. Lost. Pet. Denver 163 Des Moines .......161 St. Joseph ........162 Lincoln 164 Omaha ici Tnrvlrn ici 101 C3 620 91 5 85 73 73 73 70 77 79 S3 S3 SO .60S .m .618 .484 .447 .444 Sioux City 162 wicniia iss M S3 .895 NAT. LEAGUE. . W.L.PcL inilla'phfa ..SK5W.CM Washlnc'n ..8S a .ssj Cleveland ..St 05 .CM Boston 7S 63 .531 Chtcaco ,...77 72 ,4S3 Detroit ,....64 to .in Rt, Louls,,..MS .S7l Phlla'phla .86 69 .693 Chicago ....89 66 .S7ty f IttSDUrgh 78 69 .631 Boston 68 83 .451 .Tlrnnklvn t4 Hi Cincinnati ..64 87 . 4241 jxew York.. 65 m. 372 b xouis...u ira .5311 Yesterday's Results. w;esteiin league. Lincoln, 7-8. Denver, 21. Topeka, 4, Wichita, 5. tenth: darkness. umano, u; Bioux City, 6. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn-Philadelphia, postponed, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE. 5fit0JP"iNSJ' Yo""'1!, Postponed, rain. Philadelphia, 0, Washington, 1. Cleveland. 8; Detroit, 1. Games Today. Want m Tjii.r7iir T . i Topeka"at WiaTta7 St. Jo.en it "SS rJistlnnsil 1 jiami T.i1..i " i. m Philadelphia Tat'New "York" al American League-Boston at Wasiilngi lfnnd atDetrol " Qi.ve- the final series. The first game was ef&tiS. i0CAU' Soh"'r VZg noV. errectivo and three errors wero tmult and - ijvftuwV , ; ; WHitimsfii.M.iy 6 & 3,M e, o wwv.w, MIDI Hmo 3 1 0 1 1 I jjriourr.Ji;;v. Koush, rfj..i,v,..., 8 Hmythe. if.i. o Dowllng, M,. j. ...... 4 Carney, ci....,.,.r 1 Smith, p...,. ........ 3 0 . 0 0 -1 1 0- 4 i. Totals u....,,.,3i T' .! . a t DENVER. AJI. il. Jl. u: A Totals' S3 3 , 8. U t,l Lincoln; 3 0 0 4 OWIO T uenvec ....... ......w v w u u j v v y- Homo runt McCormlck. Three-base hit: Smith. Two-base hits'. Dowllng, Cot fey. Sacrifice hits: Carney, Cole. Uas sidy. Sacrifice fly; Barbour; Left on bases: Lincoln. 7; Denver, .9. ptruck out! By Smith, 3; by Sehrslber, 1. Bases 'on ballsr Off Smith. 4; off Schrelber, 2. tilt by pltphed ball: Carney O), Bmytftt, Mhrelber (XI. Passed balls: Carnsy.ut Stolen bases: Mullen, Coffey.- Timet Vr ttntrn annAnA rim! & J .. LINROLN. I- AB It. H. .O. A.j jK Ltoyd, v. 8. .1 1 6'-i8j 4 ...... . L. a I- - . I M Aiuucn. JU.,... ....... i. i I Cole. cf.. .,'.. ,..... 8 , 1 v3 S.. McCormlck.-If .S 0 D 3 1 01 0) Barbour, 8i ....r 3 0 . 1. 0 3' 0 niiiruiV, ris.i..n,.eeai U V V A U TIaVav . . n : a i t 1 e Ehman. p. 3, ., 0 Q 1 3 f Totals ;.n: .XliT', iq; "o DENVER. . , , ' a ab. n. il o.' a.el Qulllln, 3b ,. 8 0 0 0 s .0 Cassldy. rL.i 3 0 0 1 0 0 Channell. cf 1 0 0 a Butcher. 2b 3 13 18 0 isiston. rf.o.t.f I 0 1 0 0 0 Rnaix m . . J A 4 A Coffeyt ssiT. 3 0 "0 111 FisherNlb.r. 3 0 1 11' 0 Totau .:.;ST 7 IS 13 "l Lincoln ...0 0 0 1 0 2 3 Denver 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-4 Game callds at end of seventh to catch train. Two-base hits: Uoyd. Cole. Butcher, Spahr, Elston. Sacrifice hits). Elston. Wolfgang. Stolen base: Mullen. Left on bases: Lincoln. 3; Denver, t Struck outi uy jwrnan, is py wougang, j. limes on baUs: Off Wolfgang, L Time: 1.06. ifm- MERRIAM WINS MILLER CUP AT MILLER PARK J". B. Merrlam was successful in win ning the Rome Miller cup at the Miller Park Golf club in the Sestembor com. petition, Saturday evening the club sup. per win be held with presentation of prises. The committee in charge has promised something special in entertain ment at the presentation, which Will take place at I p. m. In the pavilion. Jt is open and free to the public Donors of prises are specially invited. Th. poned team match will take place Bun. aay at w a. m. There is something lit the air at this time of tho year that has a very drying, irritating effect cn the nostrils and air passages of the head and throat A COUirh and cold fr.nu AnMlr V1 Utna 1. a x. symptoms, and Foley's llontx WnA -T.. v-oraiHiuna is a strong demulcent mrimIv that gives prompt rrllef. Use It for coughs, colds, tickling throat, hoarsenecs and bronchial coughsi Vest for children and grown Demons. Kmb it and quick relief will follow its Use, Con tains no oplatta. For sale by all dealers everywhere. Advertisement uuuiin, jo. .......... c u z i i t ,,o Cansldy. rf i I 0 1 4 0' o ChamiolL cr,...,,., 4 0 o 4 6 10 Butcher,7 2b,....,.... 4 0 0 4 1:3 Blston, lf.,..!..., J ' 0 .-O 2 0 0 Mlotk,. .0,4.... i.... 4(1-1 3 0 0 Coffey,, ss., ",.... 4 1 1 .2 .12 0 Fisher, lb...., 4 0 1 0 , ,6 0 1 Schreibsr. P.. 8 0 0 0 3 0 rT TijJii .I5iliij3; GmrrifkU ut fcttcrooUsoal Knra ViELL UPON MY VOTVO-VHAT AC "too U!IN NOW- A -fcPoON. - JJHAT DOWN. will . ME LlPe' ,rw" NAPS DEFEAT TP TIGERS Grcffg Holdt Detroit Batten to Four Scattered Hits. BLANKS THEM UNTIL NINTH JohnsoM Ordered Off Field In Sixth Fra.rae ljr Vmplne O'Longrhlla for Protefctln Against Lnttcra Dectsloa. DETIIOIT,' Oct f.-Gregg held Detroit tj four scattered hits " today and Clove ltnd, continuing Its desperate though' nearly hopeless flgh for second place, won, S to 1. The Cleveland lefthander bjanked tho Tigers Until the ninth, whea Cobb beat out an infield hit. stole second and third, and scored on Gregga poor' throw to catch Veach off first Olson who played second In Lojolo's place, singled to right In the first inning, scoring Lslbotd. Cleveland won the game In the fifth when, with the bases full, Chapman' drove a double to the score board In left center bringing home on ths hit two runs. Slhgks by Chapman, Olson aid Bjran, gave, tho visitors two tallica In, the- eighth. House replaced Comstook In the final inning and he was found for two run rvrtu .i scored .on Lelbold'e triplb and Chapman Drought Leiboia In by driWrig d long- sac rlflco hit to Cobb. Johnson was ordered rtttotti fi.i in the sixth by Umpire O'Louglilln' for pro- ttsung against thp lattejr's decisions. ; CSHpmiq. m 2 3 1 1 DDtamtD. !. I 1 1 Jtckwa. rr.. I o e o tmwtori, rf 4 t 1 JohnKftn, b I OBI 0Vech, if.... J c 0 Rrtn, lb.... 1 X S l oatlnor. lb.. I o 11 OS 0 t 0 0 vnar. e i s loibton. .... 4 e n..,. ;s ... i i . Totle...,.. .4 37 II 3 Autuicu or drmwck in eigntn. SOOnE BY INNIN08. Cleveland 0-0030012-S tytfolt 0 00,00000 1-1 : Ci bummart: Tuk.hii-. 1.1... a. iTVbaso hit: Lelbold. lUuijOff Corn: sukk, H in eight Innings; off House. ODnL,nff'I.25(ir,tlc Mts-Chompan Ohapmanl, StoItiCheees: lllS,Ji Grer.w jflrat base on balls: Off Com- o'Ntii, cobb ay Lert Coaistock. Time: 1:47. Umpires: JFer fon, and O-Loughlln. , ' et i uy j irE m . a. ivi n nitrHi WASHINGTON. Oct L-Wasulng'tpn mado t three straight shutouts by win ning from Philadelphia today, 1 t'p. 0. Again ths champions played none but second string men, but they forced tne locals to hustle In order to win. . Bohen. nn nf rvi.nl. rMv. . . iters, wis In iha box and Ditched a solen. 'Igfamc. lln. allowed but thres hit. WO at tham Iwmlnr In th a.ia.htk .Wu n h I njrf n w Tin . ..m.. u. ... ft(nUoy. Washington recruit pltclje nioa( B jropirball as his opponent JJe i inioiM iu mHD way ior a pinch A . I KNIFE! 1 'I S I I JKr SI' I ' ' I 1 U Do ou want to avoid the commonplace in your clothes? If so, then ours is . peal to you strongly. Our Kensington suits for fall are so master fully designed and skillfully tailored that auauiuieiy no trace 01 commonplaceness f appears. Instead they are refreshingly U B different Qnd distinctive. They have all the individuality, vshde. and 1 graceful shapeliness of theTnpst&lusive custom tailored garments, yet tT&eyre'Vith m range of the moderate purse, Mostim poriant of all, they fit and stay fit Make it a point to see them before you buy. The clothes themselves are the best ads we have. $20, $25 upward! .iJ-U'd.-Tftter pay, lesr' V&lueii ar offkred anvwhnrn fwed anywliore uenuemon at' A ' OMAHA, THUlSSlAAi. WlVOtM 2, 1913. J ft I , . xV5 WITH THIS KNIFE! hltteit in the eighth. Gallia pitched the ninth Inning for Washington and retired the Athletics In, order. Score: PHILADELPHIA. , . WASHINGTON. P',r. f... i o OAtoju. it,..: noo WjUih. If.... I 0 t 0 OMoeller. rf.. 1 0 0 0 0 Frltfc lb.... 1 0 0 3 10eJoo. rt.. 1 0 J 0 0 Ctruthr. Ibl 1 ! orotr. tb...l 0 14 1 tlrlckUr. rf. 8 0 0 OOwail. ib... I 0 S 0 0 JSTSir. ... 3 0 0 4 SMornui. 2b. J 0 I 0 0 Ofr. lb S 0 10 0 DAIntralUl. e. I 1 t S 0 McAtdt, e.. 117 1 OHbtnki. cf.. S 1 0 0 0 Min, ..,. I 0 0 3 OMeDrld. il 3 0 4 1 0 Strusk 1 0 0 0 OnntUr. S.. 3 0 0 4 0 ' . Milan .,..,1 0 0 o '"'! lUtllM, P.... 0 0 0 1 0 Batted' for Bentley mght" 1 Batted for Brickley In ninth. Th1UH.lr.mn I. d. nAAHAA A A Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 IllUi: on Bontly, 3 In eight innings: off Philadelphia, 6; Washington, 8. Bases on balls: Off Bently, 2; off Bohen.. 2. Hit by hU: Daley. Struck out: By Bently. 3; by -uncii. i. riiu jiuciicb; jueniioy, lionen. Umpires: Dlneen and Connolly. Whitney Horses a m Are first and Third NEWMARKET. Eng.. Oct. l.-Harrv Payne Whitney, the American man, today took first and third places In tho Great Eastern Rnllnra v h.nHUn with his horses Harmonlcon suid Borrow, ridden by the Jockeys Maher and Martin, respectively, sixteen ran in' the event which is a alx-furlonr - ractS Vnr i.v.om. old and Upward, for a- sweepstakes of tm each for starters and 33,600 added. FAMOUS HORSEMAN HAS PNEUMONIA LEXINGTON. Kv.. Oct. 1 lam., n . Haggln. famous horseman and coppr magnate. Is suffering from pneumonia at his' home, j Green HIU. near here. to. day. 'Mri' Haggln, who Is .87 -yeara- old. became .suddenly ill yesterday. His con dltoa is. serious. Ho has not been in good health 'since he fnll A stairs In New York last February. He came to Lexington three weeks ago. FOOT BALLPLAYER" DIES OF INJURIES , -Minneapolis. Oct. wiien weid- mnn h,n 8cho0 Doyt whose spine was day. September 24. died at tha tinmn nf his parent' hero today. Young Weld man collided with another player. Exhibition Games, At Toledo K-HiE. Chicago Nationals ...1 7 6 Toledo .Aflsoclatloo ,. ,., 6 9 0' Batteries: Watson and .Hargrove, Cotla more' and Devoght At Milwaukee B.H.E. Chicago Amtricani 4., j 7 j Milwaukee Association v.,,.8 7 8 Batteries: , Russell. Seott and Schalk. Sullivan- TlrrultMr iWrf t T . . i. i - i. - - : of tenth; darkness. At inoianapoiis-rf tftH.B." Plltahunrh N.thn.l. n V. I iBdlanajolis AMoclatlwil.V.l'.',''!6.l3 - a. uaiieries; u-xooie, HOMnson and BlWon; Mers. Scbardt and Livingstone. , j a, r , f gX"H a store wmci Jtro'oupKeBm6r piothos at $14.50, J17 and $20 at Iha tuJ,.. ,vtV'-i i. . xj-J't i? -J . e r miu inirjjraiuor v'ouios ai s ii.DU, si7 and 120. fo stroneer at the prle,,.-. alM,&aje tbo opWr Syatem aotid Tio&Your. tlto- jfpr ToBCQtsA-UrTus pbpyr 413 South 16th St. MR Jlft- .-rr$ II , V I . . itK&Al FORK .vyp-H ROSS BACK INTO PLAY Oiant Guard Enters ;FpoV3all Game for Seaspnif NeVrasEfc CHANGE TO BEAT GOPHERS Scoot Harmon Snya Minnesota Should Hare Beaten Dakota by Bljg Score, trat Were TJn able to Do So. LINCOLN, Oct L (Special.) Nebraska foot ball stock mounted higher today when It Woi announced thnt" (JllmV'Ttbss, tha , giant .colored guarct'ofjt season, would again don the molesplns. Ross is badly needed In the, line., here.h, ex perience, weight and abljjiy wpujd.. add 'materially to tha Nebraska,,, IdefeiBlve p,ay- .." , .' ; .' ' Rosa did stellar work In tnfco blg.cames last year, but was not given a IcttcT through 'a technicality, in tho Jdlssourl Valley rules. Ross has overlooked this and consented to return to the fold. Apppi, who played a smashing gamo at quarter as a freshman two years ago, and has not been out since then, also promised thlo morning to report the first of the week. Towle Is back, but must make up some school work before eligible to play and he Is busy with his examina tions this wcukv ' a ' - ' Look to dopher faariie,"0 ' Dewey Harmon, assistant c'o'acrX' who was In the Minnesota game1 last" Satur day as a Nebraska scout. wa noi bVcrlr Impressed with tho work of 'the tfophers. Harmon brings back the most cheering news the Cornhuskers have had in weeks. He believes the Minnesota-Nebraska game will devolve largely in a punting duel be tween Howard, the Nebraska punter, and the, Minnesota kicker. He says that Min nesota's ba'ckftejd is not.Btrflnff enough q smash tho' Nebraska line 'for big "gains and "Nebraska bafekfleid,1 although' bril liant will find the Gopher line a "strong wall. Ho expects the secondary defense of the Cornhuskers to aid in holding the Gophers, tlmo and time again, for dis tance. Varsity Well Drilled. He says Nebraska! is lietter 'drillcd'now than Minnesota and the Gophers should have plied up a score of 25 to 0 against South Dakota hot or thSPeTaeltlc work, fumbling being? frequent. ta tee Gojiber backfleld. Aaslstatn't Coach Itecd hear? for" the first time today frpm Foxy Kennedy of the Haskell Indians, who meet Nebraska later In tho season. Kennedy for the first time In his life Is optimistic and maks the boost the Indians will have tha strongest team la the valier. Adranco information was -also received today from. Washburn I nth hnru r pictures and weights of the Topekn team, Washburn will eouol if not nutiricrh Cornhuskers, and Stelbm la exceedingly uuuioua 01 ine openings gama'U hardeet practice. SfelEw wiU nleotiive the fioiiur! m 1rr ZS.?i . . a THE lyouf lV.-.',. . v Toa ... , Li w HI m-Xilll... , J ! " " A evening, whlld, U10 Friday proctlce will bo light. " t With Del Mmm and St. Joseph Changed Quito a bit of misunderstanding has arisen at the high school In connection with the recent changes made In tha foot ball schedule. The original schedule provided for a. game with West Dea Moines High school and St Joseph High. Last week It win snnnunwil that. IIima games had been cancelled and that the local nign school lads would play Blair and Norfolk Instead. N raaaon. fnr IIia change was given by Prof. C. E. Becd of me Bcjiooi, wno arranged the schedule, and th.o report became current among the student bodv that tha enrnM hH been cancelled becauso of the expense Involved in bringing the teams to Omaha. As a result much comment was calused concerning Mr. Reed'a action. Upon being Interviewed Mr. Reed ex plained that it was a great disannolnt- ment to him that it was necessary In cancel tho games with St Joseph and Deo Jlolncs. and that he had done all In his power to retain them. For reason or other, foot ball as a branch, of scnooi atnicucs has been discontinued at the 8t Joseph High school this fall, and this, of course .eliminates jl contest Tilth that school. .' , In the cose Of the Des Moines nrhnnl Mr. Reed asserts that the contract for tho game was broken by the foot bail management of that place without ren dering notice to the athletic board of the local school and that he was not notified of this' affair or of the St Joseph prop osition Until such a late date aa to pre clnde the staging of a contest with any of ths larger town's in 'the vicinity. The game. VWch was1 echfedolod for Saturday with South Omaha High "school, will be held ' Monday, because Rourke park Is being used this week by the Ak-Sar-Ben. Take Warning, . Don't let stomach, liver nor . kidney trouble down you, when you can quickly down them with Electric Bitters. 60c. For eale by your druggist Advertisement o You Know Anything n Exlr. 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