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THE OT?EGOK DAILY JOTJISKA1V P6llTliAKD, THURSDAY EVENING; FEBBUAItY II, 1904.
LATEST WITH THE SPORTS
J. A. HORAN
TO FIGHT AGAIN
xxd M'cor traxbxbo ro his be-
SBTBT IBTO TEX BIWO WILL
rOB CONTESTS WITH THB BZO
TELLOWS. " ,
After a long retirement Kid McCoy Is
anxious 4.0 get back Into the game, and Jt
Is likely that the clever Hoosler boxor
will be seen in action with some good
'men before very long.
. McCoy began yesterday negotiating
.with some of the best men in his class.
The men he wants to fight, he announced
yesterday, are Tommy- Ryan. Jack
O'Brien, Bob Fltzslmmons and Jack
Munroe. McCoy believes he can defeat
either one or all of these, boxers, and
the. plans ha has laid out for the fu
ture are Interesting and unique.
He will only agree to meet Ryan and
O'Brien in six-round bouts, will tackle
Jack Munroe for 18 bounds at Fort Erie
on St Patrick's day if the miner agrees,
and will leave Fltzslmmons go until
September, when he believes that he
will be in form that will enable him to
conquer the Cornlshman. ' '
To Tackle O'Brien Tire.
McCoy's first match will in all proba
bility be with Jack O'Brien, the clever
Phlladelphlan, who gave Tommy Ryan
Much a hard fight the. other night at the
Quaker City. McCoy has accepted, an
offer from' one of the Boston' clubs to
fight O'Brien- six rounds. It is expected
that O'Brien will accept, as he Informed
the Boston people to accept any oppo
nent to meet hlia. : 'k k -
Notwithstanding the fact that -boxing
has been stopped in Boston pendlnglhe
action' of the authorities,-word has
reached this city that ., the- game will
resume in a week or two, and it will
started by six-round fights instead of
the usual 16-round bouts. "This will be
carried out for the time being, when the
regular bouts will be carried on.
Begalnlnff Tormer Condition.'
In the hopes that he will yet win the
light-heavyweight . championship from
Fitsstmmona, McCoy is training every
day at his gymnasium on West Forty
second street. New York City. He is
rapidly rounding into, shape, and he be
lieves that with constant training he
will be able ,to cope with any of the
Heavyweights.' By the time he expects
to get a match with FiUslmmona ha
will not care how many rounds are
"I will be In shape to enter the ring
into: a couple-of-weeks," said McCoy,
"but I am going to take things easy at
first. That is. I will go six rounds with
any of those good fellows. It will take
, -couple of these fights to get Ime back
in form and get my hand In swing. In
March I 'will be ready to Jackie Munroe
at Fort Erie. A boxer must be real good
to meet Fttssimmons, bull next .fall I
will be there with the goods.: I will do
plenty of outdoor work during the sum
mer, with an occasionagni ap, aot-.
WASHINGTON TEAM v;
- " : DEFEATS' DALLAS
i (Journal Special 8rYiet.)
'- Dallas. Or.. Feb. 11. The basketball
team front the University of Washing
ton, champions of tho state of Washing
ton, defeated the. Dallas college team,
champion of Oregon, in the local "gym
nasium Tuesday night, by a score of
22 to 1.
The game was ' the , best one ever
played in Dallas, and ' was witnessed
by fully 600 people. Big Tom McDon
ald of Seattle, played center for the
Washington boys, and was easily half
that team, in himself. The Washington
players outweighed the Dallas team at
least 20 pounds to the man, and by sheer
weight simply overrun and outplayed
the local boys. Hill, who played for
ward for Washington, wai a brilliant
player, and always In the gam. For
Dallas, Hoffman, at guard, played a star
game, although every man on the team
played good balV The lineup, was as
follows: . , . ' ,
U. of W. Position. , Dallas.
Hill .......;...i Forward. ........ Teats
Grant ..Forward . Wilson
T. McDonald. ...Center. .......... Poling
Waller ....Guard........ Hoffman
G. McDonald... .Guard.... ....... Gates
There was a spirited preliminary game
between the Dallas Athletlo club team
and a team from the Rlckreall Athletlo
club, la which the Dallas team won by
a score of 10 to 2. The game was good
throughout and free from wrangling.
These teams lined "up as follows; Rlck
reall L. Burch and Southwlck. . for
wards; W. Burch, center; Grover and
Orr, guards. Dallas Muscott and Guy,
forwards', Brown, center; Ford and
Teats, guards. -
SHOULD CONVINCE THE GREATEST
SKEPTIC IN PORTLAND.
Because It's the evidence of a Portland
citizen. 1, :
Testimony easily investigated. ,
The strangest Indorsement of merit
The best proof. Read it:
J. Carson, employed at the Portland
Lumber Co., foot of Lincoln street, who
resides at 366 First street, says: "I was
feeling miserable with a depressing
lameness around the small of my back
all last summer. At first I did not pay
much attention to it, but it continued
to grow worse and finally became so bad
that I thought 1 would have to lay oft
work. To bend or move quickly caused
severe twinges. I was often attacked
with dlszy spells, specks appeared be
fore my eyes and I had no ambition or
energy. In the morning I arose as tired
as when I went to bed. In fact, I bad
all the symptoms of a very severe case
of kidney trouble. When I was suffer
ing the worst I read about Dean's Kid
ney Pills and- procured a box at the
Laue-Davls Drug Co.'s store. I soon
noticed an Improvement in my condition,
and the pain and aching across my back
soon disappeared. About six weeks ago
I was laid up with a siege of the grip
for two weeks. Symptoms-of kidney
complaint made their appearance again
and I resorted to Doan's Kidney Pills a
second, time. They just as thoroughly
freed me of the trouble as in the former
case. I cannot express what a change
they have made in me. I simply feel
like a different person." ' ,
For sale by all dealers.. Price SO
,cents per box. Foster-MUburn Co;, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the nam Doan's and
take no substitute. . .
MONT ALTO. , .
.. Great Dane owned by Edmund A. Schloth of Portland, by Ben-Bllx, P. K.
C, 1903,. second open dogs, second limit dogs, reserve winners, Mont Alto
will be entered at the annual bench show which will be held in this city dur
ing April. 1 '
TERRY TELLS HOW,
TO WHIP CORBETT
(Journal Special 8?rle.)
New Tork, Feb. 11. The coming battle
of Young Corbett in San Francisco, says
Terry McGovern, seems to attract con
siderable Interest because many persons,
and particularly those in California, - be
lieve there is a good chance of Corbett's
being defeated. The opinion ' is 'well
founded. . for whenever you have two
boxers pretty evenly matched each has
a good chance of winning. . .
' While Jimmy Britt has called oft his
match with Corbett because of the latter
agreeing to fight Dave Sullivan February
29, there Is little doubt that the battle be
tween the Pacific-coast wonder and the
champion will take place. ' . ,
Of course- Corbett will go : down j to
defeat some day, but it will have to be a
say .that Britt is hot a good man. On the
contrary, he Is a clever boxer and more
dangerous for Corbett than Hanlon was.
Ha may be the man that will do the trick,
and if he succeeds In, defeating Corbett
I would not be very much surprised.
How to Beat Corbett.
' The way yon can beat Corbett is to give
htm a couple of wallops on the jaw with
sufficient force to jar him and then finish
Philadelphia golfers are awaiting the
annual meeting of the United States
Golf association in New Tork today
with no little expectancy. That one of
the championships ; will be awarded the
Quaker City appears to be a generally
accepted fact but the . question. Is,
which one? Huntingdon Valley is,, of
course, more than keen-for the amateur,
but - the strong; possibility of Merlon
applying for the women's adds interest
to the final awarding. It Is ridiculous
to suppose, that both events will be
played in Philadelphia, but no little un
certainty prevails over the question of
which club will be favored. -
The secretary of the association, Mr.
Ballou, has sent out a' circular' letter
to all the unaffiliated clubs, showing
the advantages the association offers
to its members. Among these are en
trance to national championship tourna
ments, the dissemination of golf infor
mation, the decision of vexed questions
In case of appeal or differences, and the
MANAGER REILLY :
. SIGNING HIS NINE
(Journal Special Strvlca.)
Spokane, . Wash., Feb. - 11. Manager
Reilly la expected to arrive In the, city
today and will start to work at once to
complete his team. It Is understood
that he has signed a bunch of good
men and will have as good a team as
has ever represented Spokane.
Lewis Nordyke, Spokane's star first
baseman, and . Willie Dammann, the
crack southpaw twirler, left Monday for
San Francisco, where they will get In
shape for the coming season. Both
men feel - satisfied that they will be
able to play up to their records and If
they do that they will make good wftli
the coast league. : Both . are good men
and should keep Tacoma well up to?
wards the front in the pennant race.
. Joe Marshall Is still in .the city and
says he is not sure of leaving as yet
Marshall has been signed with San
Francisco, but he is probably waiting
till later before joining the team. He
U generally in good shape ' and needs
but a short time to get his batting eye
working. Charles Elsey Is still unsigned
and there is a chance of his playing
wlh 8pokane, . if. terms can be agreed
COBjrzI.Ii 8TBXXB IS OP?. '
i (Journal Special Scrrice.)
Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 11. Coach Court
ney has called oft his strike and will re-time.-his
work of drilling the oarsmen
of CornelL. The matter over which he
"walked out"' from the crewroom more
than a week ago has been satisfactorily
adjusted, and C. A. Lueder will be ap
pointed assistant coach,
aozsB x.vcoA goes rasa.
- (Journal Special Service.)
Philadelphia, Feb. ll.--The coroner's
Jury has exonerated Roario Lucca from
responsibility in the death of Nelson
Shemo, the negro prizefighter, who died
after a bout with Lucca last week. It
was shown that Bnemo's death was due
to blood-poisoning caused by an abscess.
him. I don't think any fighter is immune
from knock-out, and if Corbett is caught
right he will take-the -count -like-all-of
If Britt wins, he will gain a victory by
mixing it and outfighting Corbett at his
own game. As I say, he has two good
hands and I should advise him to go after
Corbett from the start, avoid as many
blows as possible, but get home the left
on the Jaw and follow it up immediately
with a right on the same delicate spot.
Surely one of the blows will have an ef
fect, and If both are landed properly Cor
bett will know that there is something
doing, v . : . v
When he has him weakened, thenXor
bett's defense will not be strong, and it
will be easier to get in more effective
blows, which wllUresult in I he inevitable
knock-out for count. . L-ii:..
In mix-ups Britt knows liow to care for
himself.. For Instance, he knows how to
counter, and when ho sees a blow coming
his way which he knows he cannot duck
he will plunge light in and. let go with
the right and left That Is the kind of
work that worries Corbett
. Corbett has a good left and when he
comes in I expert -to hear that Britt has
countered, with his' right to the heart -
unification of the sport throughout the
country. : The membership already ex
tends to the newer sections of the
United States,' such as Cuba and the
eastern possessions. He says: .
'"The objects we have in mind and
which prompted us to do this are many,
and, in our opinion. Important First
and foremost, with the rapid spread of
the game the country over, we are con
vinced that a proper : development can
only be attained by the united action
of all clubs binding themselves together
under the one central organization. By
such action the general , code . of es
tablished rules will be more uniformly
observed and the existing power of the
governing body for seeing them prop
erly enforced be made more far-reaching
in its influence. Also, as all clubs
will be member of the . one national
association,: they will together be of
mutual assistance to each other In fur
thering the true interests of the game
and protecting its best traditions."
ALL-STARS TO PLAY .
SALEM Y. M. C. A.
Tomorrow night the T. ,M. Ci A. All
Stars will play the Salem T. M. C. A.
boys In. their gym., at .the association
building. The All-Stars have at last hit
their stride and expect to wlnvby a safe
margin, although the Salem boys are
there with the goods.
Last week the local boys took the
strong team from Willamette university
down the line to the tune of 26 to 17 and
confidently expect to do the same thing
with Dallas In their return game. Lowen
gardt and Conneil, the two new guards.
are showing , up. fine In practice - and
proved in the game with Willamette that
they are to be relied upon. Freeman,
the star guard, has been shifted to center,
and by his work against Pollard , he
clearly showed that he is without a peer
in this position. In Dr. Thornton and
Mackle the team posseses two very heady
and speedy forwards. As a .preliminary
to the big game the Tigers will play with
the Junior Five. These teams are light
and fast and never fall to put up an
interesting exhibition. , ,
The first game will be called at 1:15.
The lineup in the preliminary game is
as follows; , . .
Tigers. Junlois Fives.
Masters Forward Johnson
Moore.... ...Forward... Richardson
H arrison ......... .Guards Jameson
Wilson, Meriitt. Guard.... ..... Schram
WIXLXAKS TO MANAQB COB2TZLX
(Journal Special Serrlea.) .
Ithaca, N. T., Feb. 11. James Lynah
of Savannah, Qa.. was today confirmed
by the Cornell Athletlo council as foot
ball captain for the coming season. B.
Q,WUia,ms of DenvetV-CoWwaa elected
manager of the football team.
OXX-ABMXD PITOHEB SiaiTEO.
(Journal Special .SerTiee.) -
Rochester, N. Y.,, Feb.' 11. -A - one
afmed pitcher, Samuel Griffith of Phila
delphia, has been signed to pitch for the
local Eastern league nine.
DECIDE TO SELL
iABOB MAJOB1TT I ?AYOB 07
SELLIJTO VOB S12,0OO U STOCK
HOLDERS WlUi HA VB FBSTOB-
siren tbs Bxnrnrd vbw stocx
At the meeting of the stockholders of
the Portland baseball club last evening,
It was decided to sell the stock of the
association for $12,000, half of which'
has already been disposed of to Ely
Brothers. - - In fact Ely Brothers vir
tually control the majority of stock. A
committee consisting of J. C. Ainsworth,
Cecil Bauer, R S. Farrell, I. N. Flelsch
ner and F. J. Richards was appointed to
sell the club. ' The whole affair was car
ried out without a hitch, although sev
eral of : the minority - stockholders
thought that - the capital stock of - the-
olub should be raised to S2S.O00. ; The
stipulation was made that all the old
stockholders wishing to purchase new
stock would be given the preference.
The whole, scheme was approved by a
large "vote, and' the meeting was In. the
sense of. a ratification of the plans- sug
gested and framed by the directors some
time ago and which were published at
that time. The reorganization will take
place as soon as the committee can bold
a meeting and fix up the sale proposi
tion. It Is not known who the new of
ficers of the ' club will be, if there
should be any changes. . .
CARRIES OFF HONORS
The George Lawrence bowling team
came ; out ;, victorious In their contest
With the aggregation representing the
Blake-McFall company last evening on
the Portland alleys. Both teams have
strong Individual bowlers, whose work
last evening was consistent in every
particular., , '-....
, Lee Van Horn of the George Law
rence team,, carried oft the highest av
erage per game, gaining a total of 615
pins In the three games.
' Hugo Slebals bowled splendidly In
the first two contests, but had hard
luck in the third, when he missed , sev
eral strikes by making splits that is,
having one or two pins remain standing
on each side of the alley which almost
precludes tha possibility of making a
The Blake-McFalls seemed . to suffer
from stage fright In tha first game, and
their opponents secured a lead of 10s
pins. , In tha second contest they took a
brace, and won by 17 pins.
The third game started oft with a
rush and strikes and spares were the
order of each frame. Had- the work
been kept up by the bowlers a splendid
score would have been the result buV
nuineriora, xacuuire ana case lor the
Blake-McFalls and Holloway and Slebals
for the Lawrence team ' took slumps
which decidedly damaged their aver
ages, - "" - :.-V
Capen kept his spurt In the second
game and came out with the highest
single score of the evening 204.
Tom McGulre seemed troubled with
lack of control, and had difficulty in lo
cating all the pins at once, much to
his chagrin. Tom used .to have a splen
did eye when he wore the spangles on
the ball field, and could crack the
sphere as far and as often as any of
them in. those days. But bowling is a
"darn site" different as -Tom says, and
the big balls. and the holes, for they
cause a beginner considerable trouble.
Burnett and Rutherford started off
poorly, but ot their swing toward the
latter part of the series and did some
Jack Hysmlth bowled his usual con
sistent game and earned a creditable
George Holloway seemed tot suffer
from Indisposition, for ha Is capable of
a much better average.
. The scores:
... (1) (2) (J) Total.
Case.. ,.142 159 149450
McGulre 118 113 110 83
Burnett . . ........120 433 1.1S 883
J. Rutherford ..4. .180 183 128391
Cape ..135 168 204 48
'Totals: ..V.... ..643 '. 896 7m 2063
George Lawrence Co. '
(1) 2 (8) Total.
Slebals . . .........178 170 138 48T
McMillan . . 133 ; 109 141 88.)
Holloway . . ...... .133 100 104 837
Van Horn . .......168 -168 189 Hi
Hysmlth .149 132 199 481
,..762 7 771 2203
AT TBB OOZJT UBX8V
. The men's mixed foursomes will be
played on. the Waverly golf links next
Saturday afternoon. There will be about
80 entries. The competition for : the
Ladd prizes will be resumed a week
from next Saturday.
UOBINSON & 0.
289 WASHINGTON STREET '
Perkins Hotel Bitty.
SPOKANE TRACK MEN
TO ENTER MEET
(Journal Special Service.)
Spokane, .Wash., Feb. 11. The Spo
kane high school track, management has
decided to enter a team in the Inter
scholastic track meet, to be held this
coming spring in Walla Walla, ! and
Lewis Fassett has , now about com
pleted ' all negotiations for taking the
team on the trip.
While the , conclusion 'was reached
Monday, the news was not given, out
until later, and the chances for such a
meet it Is asserted, have aroused more
genuine enthusiasm among the athletes
at the high school than has ever be
fore existed in that institution. ; ,
The meet at Walla Walla will be In
the big and conclusive struggle among
the school athletes, and the winners of
the events will be the champions of the
Inland Empire. There will be at least
five schools, entered In tha meet includ
ing the Whitman academy, the Walla
Walla high school, the Pendleton high
school, the Waitsburg academy and the
Spokane high school.
Spokane will send 10 men on the trip.
Each team is entitled e to - enter eight
men in the meet, but : the local team
will take along the coach and manager.
Who will represent the high school In
the meet' is not known, but there will
be a hard season's training which will
determine the fact 1
In a short time tha athletes Will meet
and elect a captain for the team. In
connection with the manager and coach
the new . captain will work securing
training quarters and as soon asthe
weather permits, active training will
At the same time the tnterscholastlo
aqeet is being held the various schools
represented will enter Into a declama
tory contest and Spokane will also send
down an orator to try and bring back
the medal.' In preparation for the latter
event the two upper classes are organ
izing a debating society and will take
up the work at once.
MAJOR MOORE MAY
BE CLUB PRESIDENT
In all probability the directors of the
Multnomah club will elect Major Daniel
J., Moore president of the club to suc
ceed R. F. Prael. The present treas
urer, Arthur O. Jones, will succeed him
self. While nothing definite is known.
yet the sentiment all , seems to favor
Mr. Moore. , I
; Major Moore Is on of the best known
and most active members of the club
and his counsel has been sought many
times regarding Important affairs of that
institution., Besides being an Interested
clubman the. major has been closely
identified with the National Guard of
Oregon sine 1888. On July 4 of that
year he was made regimental signal ser
geant of the First regiment O. N. G.
On January 10, the following year, he
became ' first lieutenant signal officer.
On May 10, 1893, he was appointed first
lieutenant commissary of subsistence
and April 10. 1895. he became major and
brigade commissary, which commission
he held until January 31. 1903, when ha
retired from the service. In the regi
ment he was one of . Us hardest work
ers and most popular officers. As head
of the Multnomah club he will give It
the best services of many years of busi
ness experience in a wide and varied
field of activity.
(Journal Special Service.) '' ..
San Francisco, Feb: 11. Mr. Farnum,
a 16-to-l chance, captured the second
race yesterday. .The mlle-and-a-slx-teenth
handicap, which ' was won by
Stuyva from a field of six starters, was
the feature of the card. Summary r
Six furlongs, selling Et Tu Brute
won; Jack Little second. Doris third;
Five and a half furlongs, selling
Mr, Farnum won, Sollnus second. Sub
urban Queen third; time. 1:12.
Futurity course, selling Lansdowne
won, Polinus second. The Pride third;
Mile and ' a ' sixteenth, handicap
Stuyve won, Kenllworth second. Judge
third: time. 1:49.
Six furlongs Sad Sam won, Halnault
second, The Don thltu; time, 1:16H-
Mile and 60 yards selling Pierce .
won. First Chip second, Mr. Dingle third;
time, 1:484. "
At Ascot rark.
Los Angeles, Feb. 11. Double O beat
Poorlands In tbs jumping event yester
Five and a half furlongs Columbia
girl won, Blumenthal second. Fetch Lugo
third; time, 1:08. ;
Three and a half furlongs Belle Kin
ney won, Irish i- Bishop second, Wood
Claim third; time. 0:42.
- One mile and an eighth, hurdle and
handicap Double O won, Poorlands
second, Cambacerea third; time, 2:02.
Slauson course, handicap Golden Rule
won. Bllsaful second. Glennevls third;
time, 1:15. i
Mile and a sixteenth, selling Labor
won, Grail - second, Cloche d'Or third;
Six furlongs, selling Wlnntfred won,
La ur eat a second Thisbe third; time,
1:16 54. '
' At Hew Orleans.
New Orleans, Feb. 11. Summary:
Five and a half furlongs. selling
Lord French ? won, Maritana second,
Zama third; time, 1:12 3-5.
Six furlongs Clear the Arena won. To
San second, Redman third; time, 1:18 4-1.
Handicap, ono mile Derzske won, St
Tammany second, Tancred third; time,
Four furlongs,- Rosebud atakes-Vl-porin
won. Pinkie second. Truffle Hunt
er third; time, 0:60 4-6.
Mllo and a quarter, selling Fullback
won, Eugenia S. second. Inspector Shea
third; time. 2:17 8-5.
Mile and 20 yards, selling Velos won.
Reckoner . second, Erbe . third; time,
FIGHTING JAPS AT
Tha real interest at the poultry show
today was centered in the two Japanese
pheasant gameblrdSJthatwere. brought
over from Japan by Major Sternberg of
the United States transport Dlx. .The
two birds look like real fighters,' and
fighters they are. They stand about 10
Inches tall, and are well contoured.
They are neat In appearance and are al
ways on the alert looking for trouble.
Dr. Bowen Lester's and E. B. Ryders
exhibits of White Wyandottes are at-
We have placed In conjunction
with our Boys' Department, com
plete lines of MISSES' PETER
THOMPSON DRESSES, for Spring
service. Ages 8 to 14 ; yearsin
white, red and blue serges' and
homespuns of grayish mixtures
Silk Emblems and Trimmings.
Models now on display.
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Fifteen years we have had
experience in heating and ventilat
ing and still we don't "guess." Why is it?
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'Heating and Ventilating Engineer ' 47 First Street
tractlng considerable attention. Dr. Mc
Clave spent a busy day yesterday, and at
10 odock this morning resumed Ins dif
ficult work. . The awards will not be
known for some time yet. as It requires
considerable time to figure up all the
requisite points. .The premium special
cups will be awarded Saturday.
Tha show will be open every evening
until 10 o'clock ; at First and Main
streets, and also on Sunday.
Fanny, a prlie Partridge Cochin,
owned by C D. Minton, a four-time win
ner at previous years for the parti
colored prise, 'will probably carry away
honors at this exhibition. Fanny has
never been beaten at a show. Another
Interesting feature are the mammoth
bronze turkeys belonging to Mrs. C. D.
Nairn of Ballston; Or. Their average
weight is 25 pounds, and they are handsome-looking
-birds. One of the speci
mens was brought to Oregon from Mun
cle, Ind. '
The exhibition is being well patron
ised, being one of tha best ever held in
To the Editor of Tha Journal I sug
gest for the name of the Portland base
ball team either the "Nineteen-Fives" or
the "Centennials." Either of these
names would be suitable and help to
advertise the fair. A. FISHER.
' ' . Bowling Hotes. -:
The George Lawrence company Is to
present Its bowling team with band
some Jerseys, with the firm's name in
scribed on the breast. The Jerseys are
to be worn In the match game with the
Schlllers next week.
The Blake-McFall team is now anx
ious for a try with the Schlllers, and
It is possible that a game will be ar
ranged. " ' " . .' . '
The Schlllers are practicing hard for
the coming contest with the Lawrence
team, and a practice game will be played
Friday evening with the "Night Owls."
. Andy Anderson secured the highest
score yesterday on the Portland alleys.
It is reported that Meier ft Frank
will have a team in -the field shortly.
Tom McGulre. who is .a member of
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Each of the undersigned for himself
freely and voluntarily certifies as fol-
I hereby certify that I was completely
and permanently oured of the tobacco
habit by a free sample package of To-baoco-Spectflc,
more than a year ago.
I have positively disliked tobacco ever
since I took the sample, have not used
any in any form, and my health has
been better than it was before.' 1 state
these facts freely and voluntarily, hop
ing other victims of the tobacco haiilt
will profit by my experience.
Charles Ducote, Richmond, Mo.
O. W. Edam, box 200. Olenwood, WU.
. Susan I. Moore, Santa Kosa. Mo. -
R. Coffey, U Frank St., Chattanooga,
W. II. Emerson. Belmont, Mo.
James Robertson. Berwyn, 111. .
James M, Ward. Southern Hotel, Chi
cago, 111. 1 ' 1
Henry 8. Hobson, Greensboro, Ala.
John W. Kenady, MIngua, Tex.
Gilbert Broom, Dajlas, N; C.
Carrie Tll, Genoaw Flo.
M. G. De Witt, Tucker Ind. Ter. '.'
' Hundreds ' of other people have had
the same experience with sample pack
ages of Tobaccc-Specltic It is a harm
less, practically tasteless remedyrwhlih
can be given in drink or food and will
positively cure any patient without his
knowledge. Taken by the patient him
self, the remedy la Just as certain to
cure. The Rogers Drug & Chemical Co.,
943 Fifth and Race streets, Cincinnati.
O., will send you a free sample package
of Tobacco-Specific In plain wrapper, if
you Bend your name and address. Send
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