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ashmere 19 Best i fall ytr fol Granite 40-Jne ee colors too vaJu jj 39 AIl-Wool ferst In it- and gretn M ond y 47 All-Wool Covert W" ol Flannel R "d red 9oo 23 Ladles' Hind Bis ft In black only Itrg be Monday GOLD OUR Til in few words erything recalled "readers ing names fdvertising in lude "readers" correct amount iwn out declared the INSTITUTION. INSTITUTION. UTH. r sent to any THE CONSTITUTION Atlanta Si i eenlors. while the star e pa was done by Ison. J iturphy and Gager. IXA the entire game with a Broken and bis ear spHt reps Eave pla'yed an the I few others and have vitalising force two Sent postpaid InSjtaJ etptofthlgadv.andtf fltsorIgInstottiCjI.r lood's Sarsspsrlllfc. BUEHLBOOKCO 89 Whitehall St s GifU for oM ft Barkeeper Use. Whiske fecfce. would use never be any no whiskey Ijiasfevr equals. i of Owensboro ig the goi Governmi w nd Green Bi i a mistake In is sold by Selects Team iou'd TraMi Butt ot VaniwWK and Andergoa of btrland VlMd at Halfback vita Maxwell at Quarter. 180 Pounds. V. HEtSMAH. to ake the Action cT teren one is at once tie great superiority of In- er bcsai of Pst rears to loathern teams have very even overwhelmliw Vlrjlnla after the Utter had tbered Carellna an Clemat. outpUyed her in y lepaitment except freedam from I A- A. teams on the utr y t o I Include Virginia i consider them completely a "our latitude fqr the purpose in jasj ttrir schedules -are mass np of Mrtjiern teams not southern. Neither do jatilfcr Kentucky teams for they seem tsltn jjflj r no amateur standing ftgt to else ent of oar football reach. /r \6alth Goes to Center. tf eater rash then wv have two Ofgyat candidates In Greene of Ten- tmxA mi Btnrsrt. .f North Carellnai Ml k 7. active and sure. Quick snap- b t stop things ifi cen ts'tod tf nuke openings excellent cferpn. But Smith of Cumberland la a till and our he If the best center fci y r to Ct eiU to the ends and. in 4 tj tscUe aU ever the field. His tfrfgy flgpMitloa also alls him to keep it ft penisteitrJrom start to finish of paj B8i& is the man. Jg raai4ti an easx matter. Phillip 1 cthnaee. la ttw vndrabted peer of any i ran ta the south-bath ra position play- faj ini ta adTandng the ball. A player I X FWt FBijht. strength JwJgment apd OH cool frOtadt bern of experience galn- J a a put captato. Tit tie guard la not so etsy In tact ftfrMeatt tte only problem on this team Bma of VtedtrbSt Is a K 4 Btan 4 ta abo Derrick tf CJentssn IIB Joaea ct Notti CareUaa Crarwiil ot umber. b il a o&4 not \e be -despised. Ttf Bta t theie mea are quite up o the lawk MI Vy tlia r t of the members of Ui a&Setttfcm. As a coach S would set- V UK matter 17 placing- Gardner tackle etj ala ef &e A. and M of Nmh bteat M tt pUce. for net only'does T J t AFMpg llire gr&niQ but c&n m vftl tJu ktil as well as the other SNaken tUe tea. He has 212 pounds nt-loa JLBJ ranscl ta back up his bid f place. least at Klbt Tackle. jft&t Uttti fa easy for Fousf. of North tnElsciric Ssaras Ks "rt -tmiSwrfBtScn Ev Fostagfl Eeu Bam. and Address ttiJI2Li Kanethtog ov uw HrL trtatinent for rtronlo I iMtllite to fur- h 'P would mak thtm rtaM nt this Institute o'sll w SADLER IS MADE CAPTAIN OF ALL-SOUTHERN TEAM Coach J. W. Helsman. of Oemson. the rece-gnized authority on south ern football and the man wfro probably more than any other has helped to rafts the standard of the great college game in the south has pre/ pared for The Constitution his choice of an All-Southern team. Coach Helsmxn has selected a team -that wni average ISO pounds yet with back field. Including ends made up of the fleetest men on southern gridirons With proper coaching he believes this team capable of holding its own -with the best eastern and western elevens. TEAH 1003. FLAT2R. POSITION. OOLUSGB. Smith MT M. Mrr n Center t Cumberland Phillips .4- u. Bight Guard. M Sewanee Gardner MM .Left Guard JL M. of N. C Foust Right ackle .N. Carolina Bridges M. O Left Tackle. .M .Cumberland Sadler Right End Captain M M v M M. .Clemsoa Blake Left End M Vanderbilt Maxwell Quarter Back Clemsea Andersed M .Rignt Half .n M Cumberland Tlgert. Lett Halt .Vanderbilt Eanvey M M Full Back .Clemsoa f Carolina and left tackle equally so for M O. Brtd&es. of'Cumberland. They ire whirlwind and enable f taking a placg by storm OQ any team In the country Other proolnent tackles 6 tfie seasdn nave been 9Uyer ct S uth Carolina Ket- ron. of Georgia aqdJClrby-Smlth of Se- wanee but none of these are quite In the Right nd. la i a-certainty for Cantaln Sadler ef Clemson Though weighlnr but rW piucda he is without-doubt the most leautlfuliy proportlontd nan on the outhern gridiron as he is unquestionably he ftatestno get dtwa h tackling is hard and gritty his running with the ball is Just like solid shot from he cannon's mouth. He is the captain ef the Al-Southern for he not onlTlends ncoaragement by voice but sets pattern y his never-say-dle pjay. SItton. of Clemson. also. Is anothT won der Theee Clemson ends are everywhere declared the real thing. They are Indetd a pair to draw to It is a poem n in- plratlon to see them slzillng down the field-an almost visible trolley connecting hem with the overhead wi of one of 2Jaxwells 50- ard puntfl. And yet Sittons poor physical condi tion the whole season through calls for nay forces him to give place to Blake of Vanderbilt. at the other end. Sltton has been in athletic banwss for eight months traigbt and was practically stale at the opening olhe Seaaoa The-greatest care n tratoingr-and the greatelt grit on his part have been JMcesaary to pull him through the seasan He nd down this way knows football better or plays It better when In condition than be-this Brtll tvorwhere conc d45 but his glassy" condition must Q4s season keep him from the AH-Southern est the team ose effectiveness lake is big strong fast experienced physically fit arid- al- mo&t able to fitly do fflttonrs grand work fl advancing the ban. Slttoa Is easily first substitute and somewhat behind comes D Blake of Vanderbilt Jo s of Se wanee isbr ef Xorth Carolina and Waterhouse. of Cumberland are good. Maxwell's Cfceat Work. Quarterback is the easiest task on the team notwithstanding there are plenty of superior" quarters this year-Kyle of Vanderbilt Scarborough of Sewssiee. Wyman of South Carolina Buckley ol A. and M. of North Carolina ana wo ruft of Georgia. But MaxweO of Clem- soiu ls emphatically tHe greatest quarter U game ha yet produced to the sout Under my system of play he has had much to kand ha done it well His 'passing is perfection his in- tereference Wkndld. his tackling in the back fi d absolutely certain his kicking phenomenal and bis end running ouutrlps all adjectives defies l u is fay SOperxTentbeterthanthatof any Sher quarter or halfback thb year. If ne has interfersftce be knows hew to use 1 derbllt comes next -ligert at Left Half. Right half goes to Anderson of Cumber- landT'ana Jeftialt Wrt JJ Wit Mann and Jaeecka of orth CM- Jina. are righl at their elbow U tte race. aTare also Purtick. of Clemson Head. Cumberland co nof ewneeFet. zerTc-r Davidson and A andMt Jrta tre fuU of good halfbacks-take your plcfc though greatly handicapped in the last few game ky wnttfeett houM r U in my opinion able to make the place without much dsubt when free from accidental Injury wntcfi. keing temporary should not bar him But Stewart of Sewanee is good anl Minturn. of Cumberland pushei him hard. Gunter f South Caronna. is excellent but toot light for this purpose. ElUorln. of Georgia has showaup o gead advantage. This team is a most remarkable combii nation of star players and well eoachec would probably match any eastern or western team. It would have wonderful ground-gaining powers in every man Of the team except the center'rudn. It wouK average well over ISO pounds stripped. First Substitute Team. f Of thfr Atn what follow cfose On the heels of the All-Seuthern eleven rwouU choose a first substitute team as follows PLAYERS Position. COLLEQil Stewart center .North Carolina Br.wn left guard Vanderbilt Jones .right guard North Carolina Kuren left tackle. Georgia Klrby-Smlth .right tackle .Sewanee Sitt.n left end 1 Clemson D Blake. right end Vaaderbllt Kyle .quarterback .Vanderbilt Furtlclu right half Clemson Colmo'e left half Bewanee Minturn fullback .Cumberland HEISMAN'S PLAYING REQORD Covered End for Pennsylvania Su 1891 tfegftq Career at Brown College. Comparatively few people In the south whe are familiar wit the name of Sels- man and the work he" has done in coach- Ing southern football teams knew anything of his football career while In col lege It 1 generally believed that he was a sub end ea the .Pennsylvania team and beyond this never bad any experience on football fields in actual play. Still the records at Pennsylvania bvw that in 1891 he was the regular end on the 'varsity team of that collets and had before this season shown his versatility by playing In two other positions on ie team in preceding seasons. Helsman commenced his football work at Brown university team playing a sub guard on this team In the fail of 1887 The next fall. In 1888 he won a regular place on the eleven as a tackle. The next year Ik went to Pennsylvania and played a sub center in IS99. and-the next season played sub.tackle In this year he pot Into- a number of gables and played good ball. He was one of tne players in the game In. which Edgar Poe had his nose broken. The next year the pdsition of Uctle was filled and Helsman seeing that he had no chance against the candidate for this pesltlon. determined te make regu lar end. Among &U opponents for this position were some of the ablest athletes ever produced by the university. One o them made the left end the foltowlni year stni another the year after that another became captain of the team ani UcFadden stayed sub for several years longer.- Altogether ten men were candi uates for this position finally the southern coach won craU it was near the middle of the season though before he was certain of his place for befor this time the coaches had been shiftln men regularly. Obsrlin was the first coUege coached by Helsman. BJch Ores In North State. Raleigh. N. C November 88 Spe cial A very rich gol4 mine has bee discovered on th North Carolina-Virginia line near Vlrgllina by -Henry Crowell of Stanley county and he. an his partner. W. T. Harris of Troy aw now operating it A rich strike of cop per ore has oeen made 2 mUes from th Crowell-Harris mine by R. W Lassiter of'bxford. X car load of the copn- ore was sent to the qmelters at Perth Amboy N. 3. and Lassiter Is Informed that It J fSa richest ore trtsf lent from southern mis jfc. VM -I -1 ttffllf IjWJETWELL ft 4F 'f fSi tf r if t v S 9f 4 f The/laint ofthe Sick and Weak the Thin Blooded and the Emaciated is Here 'Ans\vefedlength-f6r -the Benefltof The-Constitution Readers Who Are Now/sSv at Some Fature Time EitherThemselves or Some Near and DAafibfieiBe'in Neediof the Attention-of aSpecialist in Chronic Diseases. The u'bleclis DiscussedfromAH Standpoints. So that from Whatever View vYo"U'MayrJudge the Matter Whether from the Standpoint of Experience "Knowledge Integrity 'or Facilities if You are Earnest in Wanting To B'e Cured Dr. J.Newpn-Hathaway is .the Doctor for You to See tor-He Fills All These Requirements of a Specialist-Read x What the Beople Say Whom He Has Cured. By J. NEWT QN'HATHAWAY Doctor of Medicine. I have always1 labored In the belief that If onV profession 'more- tlanr any ether required- pamstaking conscientlous and ij erta eflr.vEludy that vroCeasloa assuredly was the practice of medicine. I began Its ttudyas a young man nearly two generations ago. and early in. my career- .saWjtha importance of making a study of CJfronic Diseases. While these. ar first glance mm a wide rang9 of'WibJecta. yet'ta c er qtudy It will be seen that they are so closely allied as t be la fact but a atngie study. To thh tnd I perfected myself In the leading medical academies of the Col- ted States and afterwards in the leading hospitals as physician in attend ance. tor- it f generally admitted that for a young doctor the best experience la to be had la hospitals where1 the work is thtUttughlyfdiitoftlfied ewto to the wide range of "cases that coma then for treatment. With this college and hospital knowledge as a basis. I later journeyed to Europe and studledjn toe same fields abroad for many years. I then came tack te my native country and began the practice of medicine in a proles- Blenal way and met with instantaneous success awing U the fact no doubt.- that I had perfected myself in a spe cial geld Chrenlc Diseases. "An assertion that is true should not be considered a boast and belle\e that I an taygth truth wheo I assert that in tw. genert titos of my ex- pesleae as. A -specialist 1 hav cured more men and wfrmen than any other specialist whose cures are a matter of public record I have from time to time fennMlnced'th natt s of people I have cured always jrtth their consent but thau are. after All. jinfy an infinitesimal number compared to the letters from forcer pauenta hat I naVe in mjfc private vaultar itatljif In their own words that I have cured h m. It is true th re are a few usthtnk- tng LBd always wjt dteeij pe ple who. to a certain extient held ft against m t the ntwsjwpefs .to pub- Utnts. Hut these. sheu fjtoprb consid er that it takes ji man of genurnebn- itr n aii crolessictn.la IftvJte.p opfe day after day to avail themselves of hte SH11L forjfio h mot th skilled praoCtJ aejtg JJ clolmed to be he weuM seoa tunA swiff arid ffe tructt- ble course. TKs tact that man cad continue jrear'Ufter. year IP the -public. eye is to my mind. proof t osltiv th&t FOR RHEUMATISM This Is io certify that I have suffered from Rheumatism tor four years. 'Have teen treated by the best physio ans. but rot n relief Seven days age I commenced treatment with Drj. Hatljaway and am able now to work. The third appUcatl.n relieved Jhe pain and I feel as well as usuak now but expect 4 if nt5jtie the m sth rtreatment lean cheerfullyrecommend. itte treatment Very rtnpecttUlly yaura R. L. KS QIIf. Kh-kyoOd. Ga MISS WILLIE MINES Of-Scfcoe Chu jkr Sufferer with Tu mor i S east and Female Trouble Write Cr. J. Newton Hathawar Dear Ztocter T. think that I can safely say that I am cured and do not thiijk I need any more medicine. I would not have been- attv'e now if I had net taken your treatment t.ur friend Miss WILLIE HIKES. Rosco Qa 4 10HN VINCENT Who Paid" $160 fo Other Doctors x Writes Dr. J. Newton Hathaway Dear Bir Befere t began your treatment I was almost dead. I had spent over SI00 'en 6tber dectors. and none of them had dene me any good. When I cenmenced y ur treatment I began to improve at -once and now I am a well man rand feel nothing like the same persea. I thank you very much for what yoij have done for me your truly JOHN VINCENT. Vlndale. Ala I. third Ttoe 2.392 5 B6b'HIlliard ran. Monday's Star Orleans -Entries. First Race-Maiden SttHs 4 furlongs Tmsachs Ethel Scruggs Misanthrope Rachael Ward Tribune. 103 Symphony Class Step Aside. Sextette. 106 Second Race Mile and one-sixteenthi Potente Mynher Tl Bgent 9 Ernest Pjirham. Ethics Omdurman. Pdthetp 102 Blue Mint Fairbury 104 Aladdin. Captain Galnes Huzah 107. Thir-d Race-M2ef Tloga. Begone 95 Port RoyaL 97 Bellarlo Ben Chance 100 Gregor K 103 Captain Gaston. 105 Fourth Race- Handicap. furlongs Lady Free Knight 83 Mountebank. SO Wprtennd 8 Monartic. 86 Malster 109 Frank Belh IJ4 Fifth Race-SeUlng. 6 furlongs' Zirl Trio 93 Miss West 02 Dutch Carter John -103) Alpaca- Tony Lepplnsr Pronto H \rfsvWe toS Dagger Ivernla I0 Balm of Gllead C8 Sixth Race-Six furlongs Past Annie Max MoUe T. 102 Tommy Foster New Twk Homestead 105. .Bengal. Scorpio. 107. NOTeirtber 23 I& Hunt. ple haseAn4 /handl. P for 2-year-olds the fomW Mng won by Ataanior and the latter bj Gra- tlallo were the features at Benulng to- SET Son M.t wfth-Mllesjrp backed 50 to I dewn to SO. had the first rac ven la band but was eased near- Si the lint and J. Walsh on. Fortuna- Si c nlnr- on ea"1 Be PPln and beat the long shot by a head. Punc tual. It9to I shot to the last we to- iihed ettly a Bead behind Court MaM. toewlaaer.sftera-drlving-finlslu Traci xast. IRST BACS-Beven furiongst ForW- i naufr 12 to I. iron Mot.109 Mlles-9ff ter I second Paget 404 W UttW. 3to J- third. Ttoe 1S9 2-5 R d Bamsel. Eaue. Paul-Clif. forfl Arrahgowan Andrattus Lock Ba TBt rodt Cornwall Brisk Gorrw year should ifveems to me Ve taken as additional evidence notonly ot my skill but of my integrrty.-Vki It 1s true that I carry ammncements In the press yet it is also true that I never permit anything' to. appear In these announcements that Is hi any wxy misleading ner does a statement ever appear that I cannot corroberatv -If-You Can Otherwise Write the Doctor. A x Dr THathaway prefers that all pros pective patients should can on him at least once so that he may bav the pleasure of'a Tfersatfal acquaintance at the outset. Hdwerer he realizes that it is inconvenient for many to comply with this suggestion and for these he has evolved a Self Home Treatment that hasrmeVwtth wonderful success. Some of the testimonial weuld seem to- prove this beyond doubt This Home Treatment is an exact duplicate of the treatment applied at the office and it is just as ef fective. The majority of chronic dis eases can be treated successfully at home the person himself or herself ap plying the treatment and if you hate any doubt whether your case can be successfully treated this way write Dr Hathaway In your own words how yod suffer and he will write you a long letter Is reply giving you particulars The doctor Is the author of many DR. J. NEWTON HATHAWAY 25 Inman Bldg. 221-2 So. Broad St. Atlanta Ga. Beparate Reception Room for Ladies Office Hours. 8 33 a m to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 ia I. N I New Orleans November 23 The Hildreth-Smathers pair B Ways and Irene Undsey backed fr m twos to 9 to 5 made short work of the fielot in the Magnolia celling stakes- 4oday. Tn"e Smath- ars mare made "afl the early running and then yielded -to tftr feather-weighted stable companion who though challenged it the end by Big Ben. had speed enough eft to win out by a length. Mayor John son Homestead and Sldtfons were the ther winning fav rlte The wither was fine and the track fast. FIRST RACE-SU furlonfiB Mayor johnson 6 r Lv Marlon even vron Jlonmel 109 Cannon 7 ta I second .AA \Jt .4& Jfi .A Uf 4 tM iyra iuy v'w' mi'H 1.16. Jim Along Siddars Connemara ind La Rouge ran. SECOND RAOS- ongs J. Px M yb.errjr .o I. won AgfiesrBr nnaal even second I Muitf iriSoblns)1 'W to 1 third. Time I 01 1-5. Mordella Gus rfeidorn. JHhtl Scrflggs. JMrefav-oe The drown Monarch find aiUa"Athrop Mtt/ THIRD RACE Mll GregOr K 104 J Mclntyre 8 to 5 won Ancke 109 Helgerson 12 to I sec mdt WU 1 114 iGannonVVto-ithird "Ttnrti'rrtO4-5. LW Dorsey. MSuser Invincible.Ponca and Araxes rah. .v FOURTH RACE-Magnolia selling stakes mllf By Ways. 07 Lt-Wilson i to B won'Big Ben 102 Pofiak 9 to 2 second' .Irene Llndsey 106 Gannon to 8third. Ime I 404-6 DueUst JharUe. Thompson Sarah Maxim. Alright Ivernla The Regent and Hickory oners rafi t JTH RACE-Selling. 7 furlongs Homestead 109 Livingston to Past./I02 tMcCafferty -tol se AttU U6 Poliak 5 1 9 1-5. Belfarto Moon Nabocknsh. V ran. SIXTH RACE-S dons 104 Helgersen even won ay- wafi Htfntw 102 Qfciniyrei 6 to B sec- adjrlnte Kw rfH-tf rl t te his statements as to his skill In curing diseases are carried out. I have practiced my profession in At lanta many years. and the act that my practice has grown from year to year and he further fact that more patients consult me by letter or by person In the course of a week than many other physicians or specialists In Health Is Man's Safest Collateral. t t va uA.'i' L&wax s i f f- Beco iztd is the Oldest Established and Most Successful Spzclallst. H f J 1 and Miladilove ran. SECOND RACB-FIve and one-half fur- lot gs. Algonquin. J07 T. Burns 2 to t won Bronx. 110 Hoar 8 to 1. second Loricate 110 Treubel 10 to I. third. Time 1.11. -Strikdlght Harma- kls Belle of Belle Meade. Queen Belle. \lagls .Flute. My Alke. Tdnawanda. Red man and Huopolo nn. THIRD RACE-Bunters' champion atee- plechase. about S miles Almanior. 165 Henry S to- 2. won .Simon Kentoft 140 llara 8 to 6 second Montrip. 163 CScnlll SS to I. third. Time. 20 3-5 Charles CTMaUey Cheval d Or Red Hawk. Gypelc-nnd Ailanthus ran. FOURTH RAOE-Handlcap. 6 furlongs- Oraztallo. 111 JWonderly 12 to I. won Tokalon. 112 tsullman 7 to 2. second Alforten. 116 H. Michaels to 5.\thfrd. Time fiIS- Harangue Peter Paul. Silver Cream Sals Tolsan. Julia. M and Ma- jomm ran. FlFTH'RACB-Mlle and seventy yards Unmasked 107 Fuller 6 to 5. won Sweet. Alice 102 RaraaneHD. tl to 2 second Buttons 1(3 Rerifem 7 to 5. third Tim.tV50. lllyris rarr SIXTH RACB-Mlle and one-sixteenth Courfmald 100 fE 'WWSh 8 to 6. won Punctual 103 RomanelU 100 to I second Cottajce Maid. 107 T. Burns 7 to I third. Time I 52. Flara. Jlngler Btar I have been ameng you for a great. many years and the readers' of Tb Conitltntloa who have accepted of y akill know this to be a fact A I am free to admit that I am eager to secure all tat patients that I can give my personal attention to but that it the case with all of us la what- rer want ot ufe. Tae question tai t sneuid b upstnaost In tie mind fif a sick person who coattmpiste Ing himself in my can would be 'Can he cure me.r If the person'ia- vestlgaies my cialms and Unas then substantiated taen he should place himseit in my care. Th very fact that A .person goea along year after year in face of the fact that he hia. from time to time had medical at- tenUon is pro f positive that tnuae ho were treating him or her Old not understand the case -ttlgot euf tf every tea patients I have ever had were chronic sufferers who had spent almost their last dollar on various methods of treatment without totaling any benefit. In this condition they came suterers for year and fears and yet I cured them permanently. Is not this something to be proud oJ to be able to do that which many others cannot do7 Aa I have already stated I have been a specialist for two generations of years and it may be supposed that in ail those years I have been able to evolve a system of\cure exclusively my own. and yet I have not been blind to the achievements of others. I adopt the best points in all methods If I know them from personal experience to be practical and prodactlte of cures. I really believe that there is not a cbronta disease of any nature that 1 Cannot cure in a reasonable i length of time and cure permanently for I do not owsider temporary cures as worthy of mention. I realize that there are many who live too far from' Atlanta to visit me 4 in person or who for other itasora find it inconvenient to do so. and y t would like very much to consult me regarding their ondition and for the bneat of these I conduct a- xom spondence department to which I de vote my most careful consideration Any sick person can wrlte-me. jasklns as many questions as they please a&d I -will answer them in detail free of charge. It is not necessary to inclose rttern postage Sn each telN XiW Inolise a treatisV of my writing oft the subject of the disease to .fljd the patient In a clearer underst&adlng of his case. medical books which in themccHes compose a miniature library. He ends these out free of charge to all who writa him of their slckae s. The Usl for free distribution comprises eight HUM as follows- I m eaj s of th vital organs1 2. throat. lung catarrh t 3 female diseases new edition 4. stricture 6 \aricocele fl blood'poison modern edition 7 ki nejTJ bladders 8 nervous debility and weakness of men enlarged new edition u to date V rite to the doctor for the book In the- abote list that trill Interest yon most and describe your case in your own words to that be can study lac mat-ter and tell you exactly what aM you and what to o to be cured with hi answer he will eend you the book you want free of charge. Let ro one\ hesitate to write It he cannot call in person as the doctor is only too glad to do this for any skk person no matter where he or she lives and without cost. f and Garter Lady potentate and Wlld'I rate ran. Monday's Entries at Beaning First-Race-celling hurdle. mOe aai thn -quarters Goldsby 162 Draughts man 161 CrowCeyY Gould 163 Caxtcf 139. Second Race Maiden 2-year-olds. 6 furlongs Gamecock Clarence. Rocklattf. Bartender Prince Salm Balm liohJcaa. Longspur Strike a Light. Caqueta S Jolly. Vibrator. Loricate 112. Third Race-Six furlongs. Boy Biae Ball Clare. Kokombo. Belle of WakefleiC Magic Flute. Cophe ia Algonquin. Nltke.- yuna. Mountain Breeze. ElacUC Ancestor Lady Lavish. Grayling. 109. Fourth Race Selling I mil Mel j singer. Monograph. 112..Dark Planet. IOT Trepan. The Guardsman. Nlnespot. Oota- waha 10 Stonewall. 102 Courtmald. M. Fifth Race Selling. 1 furlongs King Pepper. 120 Demurrer II6J Henry Clay Sye Setauket. 113 Nellie Forest Paul aittord VUey Forgev Rightful 110 profitable. Emit 105 Hist. 100. Sixth Raee-Hftaaicap mile and a sixteenth River Pirate. 126 Duke of Ke datt I2S Buttons Colonsay 122 Stol Mements. 117 Alfortea. The Malar III April Shotren. 169 Cmzaplala MS pan Maiei Rtehardwn. IM Pocap IDs Rightful lot Uarjoraat. Vt\ Advocate. M. ROT JOLUB NEED BE PAID UNTILiURED -s Of TIIK OTtntR OS. We ctretnetedii v d jiittsiwUyByBmnsefji nhCeatory i KERTofft riSEASES nfl DI&EAlBi Of OOOXf r t4 wlUiDntnooeBti rapidity YAKI OCEIE. We Cirt peelfie fUtmlae treatment tfc state f Ktney a r W etm n to Ul sa atUlet4.tr ik. DR REYNOLDS 4 fer hy Ga&'tr.II fIIfI4 1e .W1 7 'I" .j f P edb. an.y..u. IOt. .II. -.1 Those I1IfferlDf'fio 1"- neues wblch up tbt of life ah011ldiUe m- ODe 1m wm ull i-resul\8. This medJeftlt 'V1t&ltJmrforee.th I- In ehrt of w &Dl J Ita rfD&tOtJ .I' 'J.irn11'JI. od. .ood Sanapsrwai .1" BuEHL BOOK C6it 6 t" i' sl -aDd A i 111'i'f .I t M r .I "I" 4 "r't 'i"I b. e t f Ias few qr@ t.i' Owens l'Ojf. f g g iI 't 1 I D R C/ r-- I mist k6' ii lis sold' b i J P'I f K zt. j-Er C' "hl i .ttr ffi'd1f n I. f. .iJ41 $8. W. I .JllE. m .J e y .5. .1\fJ. .J \I. J. ii z. -.f. "E'R' rfl ri\ 1f f t" .f \t j. 'f.- f7POW r\ Pr t L1lIR TQR FQ i .1 .J r.- k tfit Reisman natWou Trou le. rd celoRI r. rU llt' A Ulf. Iv. fG T TH TWOND r- i' l oiVIJ1 bi1t L 'w1&nd yitht&XWeU 1" 7. 'IeamI Wll1 A veragt i.l M1M N. 1Il" II. i-o. &uempt1nr toma.ke l e o aDthem t w1th th gn .l D1&1ers. ever 7U4'ileIllfUtet' D.umber u well. 11\ team p&f. too. allIJUr Vt4. im. f7 I that.thls. rear a.t leasl half 'i. ofur .o thern ft t down hlj le 4 aleh'.even 1 -ti iwnshaV& ret fore cs. wtme NOTtII esrottnA's i ol gtterthe c \\"hO tI 'beatef.Pe Yl. fY i1U ease. \"el Geor et ah V. ft trlJ motbe an. I mt JUirment. tiI fr am .fr m .f. J 'thIS' let1on I o not co et Je78el t s. I. cma D4. yet IIDI. tor e .utof oar se' -a r o J kr W. n ttt It f th t I-N UI f .h8lf1. OQ. 1e tJ cet aD hQmakopen1np-e leDt 8mI d. aD f J'tU to 01i t keep from 11n1 h pme. 111 J' ee. vn-4 bted .11I p ,11II11I4 1 it.JI"It ru 1t 'r blem t \I' IOf an. d tf.g J neL. clJottk f tJa& nof'b H''I IsJ. u l8. p J rbt th t' theA. aniM. M.th- fe'rn t O IY"d f&J g'IIre all 'der..t. :6t Ta Ie. Foust'otN rlh Aft Belt Fre ,4'Pn tioA1 To .Jt'I' 'f"'r. 'T "r -i -4t t mS 1 1 QJUI .8t U1I-eme trtc Beltl MCVet- Jladudl1U11 Wwder hd "Sen. Ev. aJ. lU..ameandAddreu. .r m&A.iU. IW ooeat"IntIWls grab\ r."l'hn claria"l tlt'.1te 'tit klcaro a M treed of thod ot tMttrn 1t .1. 'IaIIe'JI1ur more than &lIY O1e pecta1tt If Dumber Of 'P laUsts acting Snd n4. COuI dG I the ttU' ftr. under' 'he. Ctlllte It by Its n ra.1 laws rave OWe to the PhySIcian. II'.5tI te b the lick such helll h Em LIId It:011g. I1nct Ita tat.tehrnent r In possl way to ca.rry tb 6Pltln&1 Pu t t n1l PttalllsMtttlt beneftcent law1I c-f the State 7earallto. the PJ1"slda11 .tn.t1t.u the talut f 6 trl it In the trea.t. t certala I.nJIJ of dl'ea Cl'1'llte i .un. al t Cnr e.t t O t O-bt ot. t Y9.loe Ie a r.url.Uve .gent. I "ilia t tl It be. fmliroved Utlur tl1at akl' tif rfPt1 n which war. 'Jta l'I\t 111:11 or "SuP 1a.n 1t I" the tII'It efreet\"e of all I.'ents f r i "CIon. 'rl e\l' kMney dl 1bt.'Se r tsn..lt' 1 'mJJe-1tt f\ 1I-.1-IOO u tblre Is 110 bttr.r 1In4'- "In' IID M. b..tt elt'MIIbI "ar-i. e In th6 nlon' o ouht r t A 7 the W01lderful curative and tal. 't" JtQ r clt t Jt Is. nlt sent e -trlzlj t. t f tev Wltho1t tb-e' pay. IIII& etnt Thll gele'OUs Orr'T may'be t- .t 1117. time M YIIU ho" write 'ji Chta fht 8bmme T.leeh111 Belt" f" .28H'C' 9 t c -1f ff t t I .1 1 .1 It 't t t tt t T' t t t i f' t I 1 t i I i I I I .t t t i t 1 t t t .1 f 'SADl ER IS'MA'DE"C'A'P'TA'fN" t J -OF LL-SOUT"HE'RNTEAM' 'l. t .f W.He1aman. 'ol1 1 w e m re' wr I 'p t C cho lee t HeJsma.n l ed te4m.tha.t yetwl t. l el .eMl. ma t proPer ehlnr t lem t t ,1. tt'NtEml t t' A n. EI. I h. .4 S wanee t" .e. u T t. u u f 0. u u f d 17 .Clemson. u' u t Quarter.Ba.ck e n 'f .cutnberland. Ha'-l. t i' t f. a 1tle eQ r 0 .f r BtM6es.oN lmiberlAitd. "Tbej'I .hir 1I1. o &kl Ito Dt ot tse'.6u i. be p.v e.uth CanUnaKet- l n. S 'ut. noll n th. Fel1St-S .C1as Irht 1tl1Ar- .r lntltor S r. 'of e n.1hougb. p 1FithOut--c ou'bt 11 h tha'.f h. Ael.ll. B1s U tho' A.U-S t.h foX enc by jay. are ev ywhere th al thIng. The Ind d todr w' oem plr .Uon lIeld-an. trolley.connecitng w.lth"theO'ierhea.d. a.xweU'8' s'O-ard d B:1tto. 's t throu b n .y..t rce. t pl ce o er en'4.SIUQnhas In.athieUcha.rn-tU e1 ht .tt.aJrht' w .ta.1e..t 'openlnt'of.'thesea3On. Th rr lest. e 1t1..traJnln 'aJli1 telt o hil. rtto pu11.htm t lro1 ihth'e's siJn. tlddoMlth1s oot a.lI be.tttr. tt r hen .t1 &n .be- w1ll'ner1iwhere be m lt k P nOm. All Sout in. Jest 10se ftt&I d' I o t i.b e de In h1JI.d Bl ke. 'Jones. JVa\1e her.t &Il .t Quart rback .am. ltw.t11s d1ng a.e 'of iup i'l r q er8 a. B.uc 1 gvu- r rg1a. .o em. sQn.- empha eanr t i \lie- tam h i L"Pr ueed aouth. lIyst m ,1puc \0.4.1) an.d .has .astoundlngly field absolutety'certa.b2. s defteaall c1ncr1pUon.It 30 per nt"beterthan that f. Z oth r rea.r.'If n fnt rei' ACe' ow e It If noL he knows hOW to shift for blni- self' In "broken. fteLt aI nn 'other man doWl hert. He has been In Vrr down" that ClernsOI has'.pl ed 1Qr" tw y a. 1 pro ounee h.l n e tWi1. f a.n. y ituart1rbaek plartn&- toit/11. K3l -l'ot Van. com s J.rtert'it"L ft.HA1f. h .1f rand /aM"1'en b tc ofVancW. ann Jacecks.of. Sorth i'e t..t11e1r-elbo..l 'tate. as are Furu O Hea4.- f 'C mb land .C9fmor.eofS 1V.ne& F't zero Gf DL 1dio .at1d SbAnnonhouse. it 'A. 1 d.M.i r-rth. arg. ,1'h1 are ftiUof goodhallbacu-take 1' .i. "Ean \atb11 .f &fIOthttiW4 oat. I&a1' --c I thouprrea.tlr. handIca Intht leiw'ra.mea a c ntiie .h utitt'.1 'ti le.to place.wlth. o t 'tubtw11en en.ta1r"1njury Whrei'l I e ould b See' IS'1fOOd7ana pI Cai-onna.Is u eUen 1 t'pos mUoi1 shown. up Cb j Thlstea.m most'r l& nd' f would prObably.u at h 'of. We .I .teanL" It"'wou14' WODd Jful Q t e tea.nteitJept enter t 'average poundlstr1pp 41 subSti Ui ni. I' tb&me l"h tcitrowcro e'l AU-Seuthemeleven le d O lh..l1ght le.ft.end. .right Kyle..quart rback half. Colmore..letc hal Minturn.1.tllbJ.Ck. HEI MAN'S PLAYI G. p l1nl71 er. o ge. C4m ttve m'th. tb fa U "Jh.th6aam.e 'th..workJ1e 4d f t thlnr..ot .wh11.etncol. I wuai aubend tlie'l'atui.sylv tea .beyondtIiIs never er1ence fjjol all ftel a'ln r.ec rda 1Y .b that.1n ISlhe tea.mof e Uece. b .d seUGnshown blav.r. aa.tJ1hr'byp4)1ng'ln oth i' 'precedlnrIe4s 11So comm nced f tbalt'work tea.D1pl rtnra ar4 on. tea.rnJn .thetaU .ot" 'S8.7. e .nex 't pl ceon eleven& tack1 year'11e w t- toP pla.yed-.a BU .center.1Inm. aniS "thl' lub t8. :1d y h Int&'a 'n mbeioti s &nd k d o el e h1ch. hlS.noM n .xt1ear ll Q 'or'tadde wat'.flll t1 1tel mi'tb' och lc C dtdate' r p ltJOQ. m k:8re enll.Ahioiiit op enta t r 'lhts' me f 'leverP.rodu.ced .b th.e.u..nl. .V.e.t'ltt7. .it.ot eftend foUo I.Z1 tDl. the the.Ye&r atter'U l.to' .be .capta.In.ot he. m. and' IUbforse\'era.I' e postt1on.1ina.l1r 0tI nearly t e I coa.che.hadbeen'sh1t1nt Oberlin.w8.Slhe fl. nt H 1smaD C.'NOvember28. s OA beea th.Nortl 'br.1ten1'f Stanl Y. eouDtt.&n4 h 4nd W.t Iama.o'TroY aJ'f' no\V'opei' ttnr'it. 'A.rlch eop i made.2 thrl' Crowel1.Hal'rlsmm& 'w. oto- XfcmL. earload eo M" "ore i1VU' .to..the. N.J. andLassittrll111tarmed t'.I tt 1ch lt. .bN' 'ttoa. .r. t' e 'i. tI lii jilrt I Ii W'.E. I iw 1tk 4. \'i JI 'Ifi .2 'I"\ \IJL if3 Th .f'lalnt r-tI10\5i ltand WeaK.tlre Thln.'Blooded" ndtha"Ema Glated Is H t -:1. 4 'J' "i l'l\i1 tifd t I ngtb"J r tl1e.B l1efit f1fThfrCOnstltutiQn.R6ad rs WhjAr J S' Q m .a.tS m 81Futt r 1'I Eit r- Tp lV 6IV6S 50 meN r- an d' D 8J onotBdlnNee .pttll Atto tlon ofa Sp6jl.alfstlnChronic DIs asese .r 'l/ Th sJ DisG s drt ri An St ndpolnts r t YQu .Jfay J g,6 tter W e her. h Exp fl nc KI I g In.t g l Qr Fa llItl S. y ou ra WantingTo f Dr.4 N6 t9n. t1 way I tJ1 xPOGtorJor y 9 i jJoJfHeFlllsAn R qulreJJlen of.aSp6 lallst--Road r thQIReopleSay H ,0 i'- J N WTQNHATHAWAY".D. ctor 'i. i1 'ihll 1a.boredln tha.t"U l1 a.n. blh t d' .tn r 1s lkftt''S1 d1' .that''prafesllon aaa y pra ce t d1cln u as a'yount g ner ttona 8&W lhi .ltu4 f t' itat ei 'ot'8DbJ u. 7't n elher th"ar. We. tfct 1' tn41 eO 'ef my a th ac theUt11 'ted Stat a a an rwU41 In' lead. tiii' p 1ysl Uii' 'hi 1ft. ce 1 t t a ed r lat. .bad. 1n.hOIPita.b. 'WQrk'Is UI "t d.WtnJ ranieol c me o \\tUh' oUe e a -l&ttr an atud1 a tn eflelds or manr"ear& l' Omy"na. pr Inllanla eoua a oces. t t. I eld.CbreI1 aJles. .that'1S &h 1l1d eonahMred'boaat I lh. 'trut w ea tha.l.b1. p a au.t b men.nLJ ubl1c 'aDDo. nce IWQM. e. f .J8O. Ie al.Y&J' .Jwmt. rr 'te. att n. nfran m.al'numet. to. Jette t r paUtpath t.l yau1 t ttnJ o tMtn. th're. r ya 1tf. .e.Who e U 'i4'h'I. arn.tus" r.t1a. .t.Jeq1.I n p h..tcpub .U8 Wltb pa. UeDt'I1tUt.,1h- l c n.ld. e ea' lJaD.ot'ren\ tnoabf1" ltP..tn eJS1QD..tQlilV1te a rn&t. .e J)1'aocJtjnet .ttr rJteJ aO U .un.airfl'ne.ft ctl e 'tlJ. .tI af 'I. man 1 aftrliy r th 'obll tJ m IJroo c ro. .1 -4'1. r 1 WEDI t EtI FtPRA PM TtSM .tri tf at trom.'lUIe1IniaUS 1' t' 't H iS. een hyslolans Ualtx way n. .f qt a dhe I"feel W'l1. 1. usu e f..feentm eth. .mo. th ent. .t. ommeIId. riY l'.T. r i' 'oursi K1r ood. S.S WIL jE'HI E I'- Of BoIeoe Oa.Suff.1' 'ef' F 'r1) b1e. r. Newt tl Deu'Docter-t th 1k an n t thl more. n t .1tOWlt h d treatl 1ent MISS osco. l'a1 r l O.-o Do tors. Dr.J. N yt Sir-Detere rlIegan YOU1.treat. h d I d. yeur be an maJ1f an whatyo VINCE 1' a1t. 'Ala l t U. 5/ 6.b ard w. .9tl trl l1'fl Sjmp n1. SUt U .I06. Se ond ltace--l1lle -99 Mint. fAla.ddln. ThftclJtae&-MI1e 'Tlot .Beio IOOGl' C4.pUJnGa.&ton. JOi rl 1 'IU.c -tt tidtc p 'e fui1 igs e' Oi-pr nr M 6 Fitth Race-Be hig. leI farl ng es I02'I utchCarter. J03).A1pa.ca .tpuis\1Ue 10 loe .otOle .d. l S e-Slx M&xM lie 1'102 f ATB N.N N1-J. t -RA B e. CAn i1 WZOft 7'l W.sb NOT 2j. Rwrt. 1ft' Cham1'Mn .upteohUi in. ba.n cap the. for1 erbelng eA ea t dAY. 1.t.rm"t11 U1 lrOm to' t ldown 'the'ftrst pe. n1Un ri but..w 'eal 4n ar IJ1i the' a d .T\V 16'h 'on.r rtuM. eoS r".10 caught.Mnu 7iu.plng .bea.tihe head.Punca u.al .I' .to tlbot mhe rrace.11n. the. er.at e 1s'- A .r1 "e1 cnd'F rtu. M l04 .C1 W ish.IZ/ JWo1 lot 1 .ta- d'P.aget. 4..CtY .3.t 2 5Red'1)a 1set'E11ii 'L c 'CDm"ll'l.1L1ilrlBt s11 uJ4. -It'l eml me. evt.encenotOU17 .kJUlIu\ rny'lnt rritt'W D..lt.lI cements t pear anii un ementl cannot.corrober te. i 1. t ll' if in o WrUethe DOCpr..1FII nalha war tha roi. p cllve t 'on e..IO of F ,1 the'.9at et. re It'fa l1anyto auue.tJon.'and .ttat"bu rmet 1th'wonder. .w u1d to-I'ro\"e ape' arth alef. can be. ap- Uyouhave n .led a1. yo 'wtnwrtte you. Is' rfY t t aulhorof t. ,01. DR.J N. Vf. 0' N.'HA.r A AY. Bid. g. 2 ,1:2. B.J.oad. S fAt ntai'Ga .1.1 i' sep .n o .torLa e. Otftce.HOUt'll 8:30"a.m.t 8p.m. Sund 8 IO'.to. -O' y WAYSWJ S MtND SUKf OrIeaJ15-i" r 2s.-The VWaij pd e4'Cl os to9tO short.work fel& nolta.ie.1Ii1i.st&\ei T e 3rsmare at1\ lrte d ompanJonwho. d eIl lenrth-MayorJohn. 8nc1'.Sid4on. rltett. l'hew ier' ftneand FInsT1'oACE-S1X t.lir o. J n.c JU'(1I. lo 1)j."eJ14..WO 'I. i .l IO.-'V' f- I II. ndLa.Rouieran. S 9NJ Wfr a. t .OnP1 .3. P y \0 2. A 'J.t aecOndi-lM i bJns 1o' I. 1:01 i-le1d rn t1.SUi1g .Pur tf.'lO .Th. Qnat'1b\fn M1 tbrOp.iaW' RACE-Milt K.104- J. 5. Ue n2..to'l. l f3Y\Ul1l \GannonI. .1. thIrd. 'TIIrie. tt tO.4-S. .IDvlZ1clble'tFonca .v' j.Y o1l'- itakes. mllit. J n 'won t3tgBen. Z. aecon4Itene. "Un. .9aDn.on tl1ttfS.i 'T.1me 1:40 4-L .DU 116 .1T 1t 'lJ -toine.stea.a-ID9 o f P t./I 02' "Ol .C fferty -to .eeOf"f Att1l.lO o. Uak t ttJ.o .th.lr4. e' :2J Dtt' 'Ir. .Na A i ru4 Ada" .t 'Mf..1tJ:4) RACE-Sel11n& t .1XIJea lC.O.I1.8 BeIge .1'HD' L..e. n:1I& y. rtat'.102 H m rrt OB4 tt fI. 'teh15 o ha.Ye'pra.ctJce4 lanta..many ct ha.rrown t .an the r p nts.C nsult me' bIettn. person'ln the'cou e 'wt k 1 ll "i t" "H 'alth' lsMa'n's If l 0 0 r i H'ii.\ fJ. .l .Q hj. q. t.- f.-jf.'t. n. B .TH.AW 1' "V t 'the. 4. t'i.EI bU h nii1 ost s lstuf z l1f t. SECO D IoI.gs 7T Bunisi I. .wonn.ronx. Hoar.8tDI.aec- ondj J. T nawin..c1a. .Red. 'RAC ltQnlera"chamPIQn.tee. 5tc- 2.won Iamn ntol1. neon .IU f 'l1me'e:20 d'Or. GfpE\c. 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