The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 338, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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, .<REE LINES THREE TIMES TVKE NTY-FIVE CENT*.
TLESOAY. OCTOBER «. •**
THAT'S ALL rr COST* YOU TO USE THE WANT AH IN THE SHAWNEE NEW*
Cfe«rcfcm*« N*>• Kiow Jij;t Taft
IUadcr Him Tkia Sta.crc
T ribwte. 4
•c >r i— rrt*: 4 fair y fca€ '*
Artltui* ?f tfc« X* rib!', nr. Caa-
Aid*:# &«: f.: - ax.1 a
„ Ltia Sbiwi Ai* r-
uc« m tJs« B'_r.: Zti .a
la :< Mr Taft it I*<4r
Ofe*. *. B r« ** a -
ilc n —f " H'F ar i Ub* x>ar® f
ij rourfes aa*l
*1 f«a -!kic
fil r?e:r <SVs. it«
com fcifwi !k* anhril pm|lt fw
ti* te** tt L3*ir *sft *> ibar-
jc^ar^l l*> s«K a «w#«y
: -■* it Mr Taft. He is rij '
a -*t fcwwtafer ot Jar . -T J«K* tad
clear as I ftm m J J .-tal <&*•- . -aoa
H« iu a* aa ifl'W a
;cf Or < —* -• tb^ 42 11
f as --** •
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ti* C^r-i ait'
TV« « !be - :a ntte* I b *rd tfe*
pasrw: fa v: •-. *i ♦: ^
•m IL^« oi ta « *Ji i
Ujaua m '.m tn 2 u *9 Oar. -
lit frxwL >• It * wr~'— n rf-
T n 1
I« ry -
a 7 **- * -&*
I i3 LiacoCa*
Taft f* ffc
^S«>7. tt>J ;«£*•'-!!
:iau Xttided Cm
ia** be ariac
pr c7'>i «f tfee Bepob . u f«*rry. aad.
aa MLxstel :be ri: f>r
wtx: W *t 3 he ei;«^r!rt to ▼ • fr*a
Ui perfc>-1. of * cbcr ~ii:aan.
"v***-** v ♦ *b* **^i*«t tn* *t a
J '' Harti- >f !!>• Metbo-
dr. E$>4* ■<*•! Cternrh. i*"n la| the
r*Afle«B '< of B.-710 aad Taft
after cal it om (fee latter, aa 1:
■*Wt . & f •*«* 3>n I the'.: rate for
wf!: ao! be 4eTdrt bjr rtefr reltfl w*
betiefa but wfctf tb y are ti roea aa4
by tbe pna ** id>1 fw>JV-!ea 'bey ml
for «a tV adaaialetratl^a of tbe
trw^;- I le.^te tbat ta -i.a|
ta * *«. a« ta Aaseriraa dtim. I aai
la bararxsy «t?b tbe ap r.t sd>1 por^MM
of tbe f -w*en of xir repabik; wbo
pat talo tbe oxotitatfcm tbat tbera
aboaVi ke *m reisj as ?«? at to qtsali-
ft*a*>?o« to ibt ojkt or pob^ic *ra«!
Oder tb? r- IMifei' My wc*Jo
ttoo It tbat •!* fatnre aafety of tbe
■atkc -Vt^-4* very "inf*!y npoo ocr
pew^e bw i ri* tbat <—tlUftettal pro-
blbttkm Oar aatl^a ssoob fa
Bt>r cbaraner. ?y . 'itera
tare, art aad rt~.i$v -v. to tb^ wb>
bare ot b*eo la «n-1 Ltrm ry with
aocae of tbe >f tbe cSrarrtL Tbe
days of the ioQoiJfUoa are p*st"
Ressefi^^Tjj: :hat Mrs Taft la a
Prtabyrer an bet that M:s IIe<eo Taft
*t« oaofirrn'Hj la the Pf^soop*: Church
ta Waohsoirt^m last winter at the aaroe
ttxae that Ml« Ft be! Booaardt daafb
a lorwtfoi freer Tbe f
ten pot to blai to dfreivip :
ie«a aad er'icf ia rvapufl
pQt:Vaa car.-iMite saM
"Toor ^fsttoa r"4i t> two others
wh!-h ai'ast be saswered la aasweria^
thts: First, what Is a Chriatiaa char-
acter. and. seroQl. what Is a s i -e*afu'.
career? First. I ooosiiier a • unetian
character that of >oe who holds aa his
Ideal a compliance with the two com-
mandments given by J*>sa« Christ, and
who earnestly strives to lira op to that
Idea!. Serond. I ab«a!d defin* a tuc-
ceaafnl career to be that career whi^h
brings more real happiness to thoae
who happen to he wl hia the operation
of the influeo^'e of the person whoae
character Is tn quest!
"Coming dow to answer your in-
quiry I should say tiat s > brist \n
character In the baUding of a s: ♦ss^
fol career is Its m «st ln>;. rtant part.
The looger one Mr e the more '■oo-
sinocd be m-rst bec^m^ that er*ry c^her
Incident ani element of a career 3oa*s
Importance in ^xupariaon. and that
when a man's life work La done thts is
what star.ds out. and wb?:her tbe
career is -a*- of profession, bu&.&eas or
po&iUca. tb*- sanit :h.z# is true"*
Wkat ■■ OI4 Vritmd Smy-
Mr. Aatvn A Ferris, a prominent
Cincinnati lawyer, who has known
Judge Taft f.-r thirty years, aaldt
**I bare nerer hai occasion to ss*
Judge Taft what b: rreed was in nut-
ter* reUgfoo* I know that, when In
CUkdnaaU. !*• ba§ been quite regn'ar
tn atteodan e at Christ Epiacopal
church, of wfci -h member* of bis fam-
ter of tbe Pr^sklenf. wa« confirmed. 1 I Uy m* commv ants, and of which 1
wooderM nn to Mr Taft's church as >
elation When I made tbe inquiry hers
I waa answered through tbe columns
of the Northwestern Christian Advo-
cate. the great Methyl*; Urn.
Just as it bad gireo answer to hundreds
of Inqulr f from its Mehodlst rjharrib-
Hroni 'y patbI•
am a vestryman I know very we!!
thst no one ta trouble or distresa ever
appealed to him without receiving a
patient hearing and prompt and mate-
ria! aid. when In his power to give it
If a man's character ta to be gauged
by what be d***. and not by mere pro-
feas'.oa: if >*ading a ean and up-
right life tf to be a gu>ie. and doing
-Mr* Taft and •hlldra:. ara F.i !an>- , • ^ 1 ,h":
pallacs. and th Sa^tarr I 1 «m tf«t hU n !t: r* a J
accompan y tbem to St. John s < bur n. f* * «!*«• «!>•■ h *' * «> lth
whar,-. alao. be l>u a WbUa Mr : hlm ,wl kD"w hiIn r®"
Koos.-ve!! |<« to tbe German Bafonn K '" "Tw,! r or T"*"? sarvij.
«d Church bU mUt an) faaillj, wt, : 1 tt,« Taft Us ;:'wJ *n-1
are Ki.v^ ians. ttter-1 hJtorlc ¥• *"ad *■ " "•> •* < hriallan
John'a Cbur h, irbere thej alt only or. :- -
or two pew* rewored from Mra Tift i SATS WEALTH IE DISTRICTED
and her <+ iren Secretary Taft
■pen«i.« h- v"* ~s -r at Muttbj Chief Statistician of Censes Bureau
cat*—f f md
ion of botb n >rn-
inof*. tn Ui- 'v rae of wbk*h tt waa
"The sya. ; atliiea of both Mr Taft
and Mr. Br; ^a are v«*ry broad, and tboy
man !s e
y and natarally
dersoinlnati >o. Whi Never
rtcd. the country will have.
i Pr^id^nt of deaa life,
Iplea and Christian cxiv^
Write* on "The Am
. bureau at Washington
' Writing on Tbe >.w<
States" in tb^ S-; ten ■
the Axnerfcan Journal of
n«i recent > fr>m the
! C hicago pirn Mr Powei
! rwing to say f th- c.m
| wealth In America:
"If wne #t;trt with tbe i
an-3 other b^ •'** wh h
t* owned t-r vr^ of ss
ts of the
th any J the savings «ank t« sod ther
known poasa-*si<>rs« of tboc« *t moderate
means, aad then add tbe lowest popular
estimates of the possessions of our
millionaires, we have an aggivgata far
in excess of the nans appraisal of
of I*mr~ C-||.11.... national w— rf>. nd th- o « r
On th. aa.-r,- if:enn>v whe-ii B!a ;-<p oader a "h • trenmstan.-ea la irrealatlbie
Hart*e : ca .j. J a roe* G. KoV:. eftiier tbat ti (*or:- ~i:« tr^
■M pastor of the taker Street Africa I rtdinloiBlT mall or tbe popolar eatl
Me > _r b -A Daytja. O^:" siatea of th- w i!t tf °>ur i r.aire.
ta ii «! tb" head>]oarter< la tvi; any are rf«" " • >jr.-- -
wltt w H Jxiea. om of tbe leaii.^* i "lb* w—■— A .* t-r **!
aland la.yt-n of the aane city. Mr dene* that woald )<Mify either the
J'trfa «« -- '-A ■' t*!-? fa-t thit b* !• atareaer t tf ^r r.'>r Tiat iai WM'tf «
I* t «'de-;' ' 'v r*o T^ft * : ^ *"** ' gr ' v at T.' *e^! ■ -r that our mill-'"
" -•'•"TWated In the t al , (ires own ao lance a share of that wealth
***** thtr pvat ajjur ty vith«t
fr t 'v t-
ted Srat > r.1 R't iir ft •" in*>n
■ltte-1 • • • - 'f
Board :f I- r- tora 5f the ?sne r'ub
Aa ! left Mr Taft'. t t aaied hisi
fir h a i w of the Afelidiie. both fra
hla II." * u a t -j and ai
a lealer of h^a r .
"I be -e " b a; 4. -J>U Taft ar!"
bm a fn'.i and c* jrt>:'
nta>ority, n* • - > be a
Re;at - ■ J i ;
I an a R r I t J , ira
i«V e* ta ti . * :i •-
Chr*-- : ■ - -
Aa to t*5 • - ' * i -
R«- M- K ' - ! - •
afford * op with :I e : .~rat;-
par.*. * _ t haa beer. is:i: - nie tr
WHAT TAFT WTLL
Hm U *
■ -*tJ- n
1ty WiilUm H. 1
r I - - fr - f n
B/'.e-- - •
"If ti* -1 I ^ . e ta
•II the allilqr Uut u in am to the.
o -Qstranlre vt^rt ot cm
to C •- tJbe BKiU t
tlx > t pi/]: |
chief ruxenoN or next ai>
XINI5THAT ON TO CUXCH
VHAT H VS b^rs DO.VE
Tie chief f-actsac of ti* sen a4
w.cj'.rauow. i? ay :iigs.a.-. ia d
::xt frc«B. ti-d a ; ■ u-*wi Te deteia/
«t of tiat wiiti ix t<«« t*riccaca
by Pr«.i«at RaoaereK. Tie rjnef
tzmeSo- of tie sut Ais.::j«a<o .a
to ecai;>:e asl perfect -Jse rir -r*rr
br which ties* ru lirdi tay he
3ainti_«A by wk.ch the lawtreairrs
=.i rroirr-T rearra^ed aui p-zl
b«: wi.eh aiil' operate with
r.flfi(at KCT.-KT ud ljp*'j-k t>
;:erfere with lesvlaate tit seai as
l:ttie aa po«li>Ve Sach TrachiTry ta
■tot now ilequtt Csder the prefect
rate b:ll. ai«d '.ader all ta ^=^iai* ta
tia hordes of tbe Istenu-.« Coos-
=.erre Co«r::aai !:• i?«rrls.a* <s!
ref-alatiag tie cperatva of tie rul-
roada cf thia ooastry haa mwa ao
-eary that it ia otteriy !^;>:<anbte for
that tr.bvBAl to hear and i spot n
asy Teaaoeat/e tine, of the xaay
ssplilaa. qtiriet a- i knet that are
tr>:*ht 1*1 yrt it fe-r deciiloo. It
coe^t to be r '..eTe-; of lis ;--" Milctic-i
a ai. eictstiTe, i.rtct;ir t«:-dy and
ts ai : i : —.--J tr Me
Q-rai;-;-dic.a'. Te-^t ~ of coo-
?l::i by iadiriduls and by a iepa.*..
Mat ot tie rorerraDett " b rrc~i w.ta
the exet^tire * of taperriaitf
lie tpaada of raflwaya.
There aioc d be a elaosifeatloi ot
that rery anall ^er**ctare of todav-
trial corporations hat-in; rower a <i
opportunity to effect iiiefal r«tra: a
f trade and nonopoliea and iegkia-
tloa 'ither indufing or eospeUlaj
thea to subject tbetiselrea to regiatrr
itsd to proper publicity regnlatlctiB and
r perTlalcn cf the Departtnezt of Coca-
si-roe and Labor.—William H. Taft.
A FEW TARIFF DUTIES. INDIAN LANDS FOR SALE.
— Departse^t of the Interior. C. 8 la
Mr Bryaa'a exror-itioa of the pr' diaa Serric*.
ucnit iyssesa if;! a to the wioi- Notice ia hereby giren that the fol-
■Trtea aad it tociaJe« tie d_: - i that lowing described Iadiaa land located
ar* taroritie to tie farcer as well as sader the ;t^-:iJ;ctiOB of the Sac and
the t-aaafartarer Below we gire ic=- Fa a Agency. Oala. is offered for ta^e
ite=j tiat are of interest to the farv atdr: the Act of Congreaa of May f
er aid wowld aat IMO. and the regulations of the k
Are row ia faror of in reaorai of partment pertaining thereto.
the #sty of Ij per cect ad ralorea ot Sealed bida will be receired by tv.
wheat toKT t-dersigned op to 11 o'clock tool
Are yo« ia faror of tbe reaoral Monday. Deceaber 14. IMS. Bids mh«t
of tie duty of ( cents a posnd ua be accompanied by certified check for
cheese or sahctltst^s therefor? at least 25 per lent ot the amount bid.
Are yoa ia farcr of the remoral cf payable to W. C. Kohlenberg. Sspt
tie doty of ( ceota a pound oa battr.- and Spl Diib Art Tiese checks wtll
aad nbasitates therefor.
Are yoo ia faro: of the reaoral of 1
cents a gallon oa mils.
Are yoo la fa*"or of the naon.
of the daty of i cents I pevad oc silk
pre-aerred or cocifenaed.
Are yoo la farcr of the resnoral cf
the daty of 45 cats a :uahel on beaa*
Are you in afror of the retaoral of
be returned to taucccesafal bidders
the same day bida are opened. In tae
case of sdc-esstal bidders the cue i
w~.i le h<kd until deed haa been com-
pleted and a reasonable litre will be
given to dtoocit the balance of the
Sealed envelopes coetaining bids! .
trust be endorsed -Bid for Indian
R1GTHS AND DUTIES OP THE
Simple chance haa spared Presi-
dent Roosevelt from flying aroend la
Onrille Wrigit's aeroplane and frox
a fate aimila. to that of the mafort-
snate Lieutenant Selfridge, or at
lea^t aa painful aa that of Arlatar
Wright Wo ought to be grateful that
our president is preserved to as
w'aole and that our respect for him la
likewise preserved. For if he had gone
op with Mr Wright and fallen am
broken his leg we fvar that something
of tbe same sentiment that is felt
lot he public breast toward th2 myth-
ical Darius Green wonld have develop
ed toward our chief executive.
We elect oar president to presld-
over the nation and not to aacecd m
airships or even to descend tn haa
irdous submarines. During his term
uf office we have a certain projwri*
right In "aim or a contract right which
Impose the moral If not legal obliga-
tion to keep out ot unnecessary dang
If the president is the servant of
the people he Is bound by the sam*?
lawful principle of service that binds
ether servants. W should not per-
mit oar servants to skate on thin
ice. to keep dynamite In his bedroox
go over Niagara Falls in a barrel or
*ali a tight rope.
He would jeopard hla ability to per.
form the dnti-s toward as which he
had promised and agreed to perform
for a term of years After that term
of years has expired he Is again a
On this ground we contend that oar
beloved and useful president has no
moral right to go up in a airship >r
even to engage in hand to hand cos-
Slcis with bears, caiamotmts or ota-
er varmints—If they are dazeerou.".
the daty of 1 1-J ceuti a poand and up Land, to be opened December 14. IMS'"
oa bean*, pears trl mushrooms pre- and nothing else.
served. Bidders must pay cost of conrej.
Are yoa la favc- of the removal cf ancing and advertising fees, which
the duty of 1 cent iich cn cabbages amounts from W to III depeuding on
Are you in favcr of the removal ct the number of heirs.
the daty of 5 cents a raltao oa cider. The N. 1-2 of the SW 1-4 of Section
Are you in tiTor of the removal IS. Township 16 N, Range 1. East i-
of the duty ot 5 tents a dozen ot M. containing SO acres. Allotted to
eggs. Thomas Stanley Grant whose heirs
Are you in favcr ot the removal ct appear to be Mary Harragara and
the duty of 14 a -5 on hay. Vestlna Grant, a minor. Lease *i-
Are yoo in favor of the removal of tires Dec. 31. 1 09.
tbe doty of V> cents a gallon on houe.r The VE 1-4 of Section 21. Township
Are you in faTi- of the removal of 1" N, Range 6 East I. M. Allotted
the duty ot 12 cents a Pound on hops. Jefferson Davis, wiose heirs appear
to be Mary Harr. Robert Davis, Or-
TO MAINTAIN STANDARD AND lando Johnson and Deborah Kataqu1
NOT INTERFEr." WITH INDUS ^
TRIAL DEVELOPMENT expire* Dec. Jl, IS ,S.
The N 1-2 of the NW 1-4 Section 28
The field covered by the industrial Township 17 N, Range 6 East of the
combinations an! by the railroads Is!I. M. Allotted to OsvtUe Davis, whose
so very extensive that the interests . . . . _ _ . _
of the public and ti? interests of tie e'rs to ^ MwT Hurr, Robe .
business concerned be proper- Davis, Orlandi Johnson and Deboran
ly subserved exce;t by reorganixation Kakaque Lease expires Dec. II. 1XH
of bureaus in the departaient of cotr w c KOHLENBERG.
meree and labor, of agriculture, and _ .
the department of Justice, and a .apt and 8p> Disb. Agent,
change in the Juri-ditCoa of the Inter. Good folding bed for sale cheap
state commerce i:-iission. It doe? Call at 12J North Philadelphia. 2J-U
" i---t - If • ; :e«
duties for the interstate commerce -Totj don . know .ho , ^ ^ T
commisskQ which It is practical]v im „ _ . .
possible for it to perform, or to de. H Jones deojocrat. to PoU«-
nounce new offenses with drastic pun- —an Hatfield when arrested last
ishment. unless s ii- rdinate and an- night. He had neglected, however,
ciliary legislation .hall be passed
making possible the quick enforce-
ment In tie great variety of cases
which are constantly arising- ef the looked like a coon to Hatfield eves
principles laid down by Mr. Rooseve!" If he was a democrat
and with respect to which only typi-
cal inst -nces «f prosecutloo with th?
present machinery are possible. Such
legislation should and would grea'iy
promote legitimate business by en-
abling those anxioos to obey tie fed-
eral statutes to know Just what are
the bounds of taeir lawfnl aciiot. The
practical constructive and difficult
- ork, therefore, cf those who follow
Mr. Roosevelt Is to devise the ways
and means by which the high level of
business Integrity and obedience to
law which he has established may oe
maintained and departures from it re-
strained without undue interference
with legitimate business—Wm. H
Alone, would be suffi= j
cient reason for the j
many satisfied users of j
GAS, but there are |
IBM! i"a gas range j
We sell them on TIME, if you prefer j
I Shawnee Gas & Electric Co. I
130 N. BROADWAY
to s«ure credentials that would go
with the Shawnee police force. He
We have for rent a fine store room
\\'fh basement at a bargain
if taken at once.
SOUTHWESTERN REALTY CO.
Suite 104: Mammoth Bldg. Take the Elevator
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btai 3*atoL pfaac ***** tor rREC rr^-t |H
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TIED TO A QUITTER.
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The Shawnee News Gives the News
To those who are interested in the
statistical side of former national elec-
tions. or especially since Mr. Bryan
was first a candidate for the presi
ieccy the following Information will
lot be amiss:
In 1S96 McKicley polled a total
popular vote of 7,111 *>"7, while Br*-"
an's total was C.SOi.Oit, John M. Pal
nier. who ran for president on th«
gold democratic ticket, sot 134.S45
bile Johoa Loverins, who ran on the
prohibition ticket tbat year, receiv
ed a popular vote of 1SJ '>:<7.
tn IMO McKinley received a total
;opalar rote of 7^! ."07, with a plur-
ality of 8C0.0CL Bryan's total was 6.
•:J'" 'l'l The . ther candidates in 19v0
receired votes as follows: John G.
Wooley, >prohibltionist. 107,308; E'l-
pene V. Debs, social democrat. 94.SS:
Wharton Barker, populist S('.l$2; Jo-
seph F MaUeney, social labor. I3.4&
Roosevelt got a popular vote in
1 M. of 7.SI5.337. with the phenomina:
plurality ot 2 540.7>€. Parker receivin;
a total of S.07$,04. votes. The other
candidates in 1904 received votes as
follows: Ettzene V. Debs, socia.
democrat, 40US9; Silas C." Swallow,
prohibitionist, ZSSJSC; Thomas K.
Watson, populist, 117.1S3; Charles H.
Ctorriga- socialist labor, 31.24).
In 1555 oat o fa total of 44£ elector-
al vok - McKinley received 271 and
Bryan 17«, making a majority of $5 for
In 1SX out of a total of «« elector
ai roles McKinley received 2J2.
against Bryan's 155. which gave Ue
republican candidate a majority orc-
his opponent of 137, aad a rain over
his majority in the former election of
42 electoral votes.
In 1944 the total number of elector-
al votes still being 476 Roosevelt re-
ceived 33« and Parker 140, a major.t/
tor the former of lit This beat Mc-
Klaey's electoral majority of W.Q by
141. and that ot ISM by 51
The east side fellows wao ha«"
been banking i?on the election oi
W. J. Bryan to the presidency and of
the appointment of Chas. N. Haskell
as Secretary of the Interior are de
cldedly despondent and disappoin
to think that they had "stood by" a
(litter, and were ready to stake to
the limit to set even a rubber at the
oil matters and segregated coal lands
for the dear people on the west side
in exchange to rubber on the school
land p rc-pos ti on. The east side fel-
lows are game and are always real""
to pat up the sniff and spend sleep-
less nights to achieve their ends Is
the upbuild ig of the country. How-
ever. the str-w tiat broke the cam-
el's back a;peared In the Chicago
Daily Tribune which contained a fac-
simile ot the petition for member-
ship In the Citizens Alliance when, lo!
tae name of C. N. Haskell led all the
rest: for this secret anti-union labor
association :th one W. F. Owen
among the crowd. However, the Tri-
bune kiowing the despondency ani
yet ever-hojsiialness of the bimch lo-
cated this side of the Fort Gibson ter-
ritory, has s-:mitted a series of ques-
tion* to the great commoner and
among them are three ijwsstJona
which the Tr iune In Its usual spirit
of magnanim y and fairness proposes
and the answ rs to which bear direct-
ly upon the more than local question
"The Tribtne respectfully begs
leave to ask ; lur reply to the follow-
ing question! all of which we thin*
yoa will concede voters of all parties
wish to hare answered:
"If your approval and indorsement
of Haskell ani your close aaaocUC-
with him as f'ien-i. adviser and ctaef
ii«atenant earnest of the scrupulous
care and wisdom with which yoa will
select your cabinet in case of your
"Do yoa eipeet to be equally fort-
•mate In the choice of your secre-
tary of commerce and labor, your at-
torney general, your secretary of tn
"With which of these appointments
win yoo reward Charles N. Haskell
The next Secrets*? of Interior win
THE WIDE WORLD TRAVELED
ON EARTH 5T
Filling 6 Arenas,
The Big Hippodrome and the
Dome of the Largest Tent Ever Made.
Taking th« Very Essence oi ail the Eartn's Sensations
and Standing all Concrete and Perfect Into the Greatest Circus
Human Eyes Ever Beheld.
* Mt« ):■> $*.: ft *11 t-e b ;;tf. anc Bm: e.er See- n Man:- Sc-ars Garoei
A ttsu^r* el IOC
A ran#* si
0"ty Tw -Hsn *<
In their mad Auto
Race, (jailing aacn
other In separate
ears while flying
! lug In the Air
v The Circuses
.Md Amphitheatres ol
Earope Depleted To Make ^
ThislYear's Show Tremendously'More Glorious Than .Ever
At=cat the Impentd ArtiMj «f.World.Wid« Renewal
Italj's Eqiestriai. Tbe Petrof's Great
\vrobati, The FreJiani? Russian Animal Circos
Asstna i II Meuettes, France's Greal Fassios
"iarre.ee. Acrobats And Atnarin^ Moustiers
i ia Bt ausTj it isim unrs
A Tiny Nursfng
( Smaller than t
, Ne* FoundlaridJ
. I <^
every mornixo- >, r; ... ,,v admitl t« ail
BIG NEW. FRX.E, STREET Cluldr<fl ln<€f 12 Years. Half-PHr?
PA D 'A nr 2 Performance# Dmilv it2 68r M
Door, Op^n it 1 6 7 P. H.
okiitriraii aad h« ▼ni r*oetT« Rcurved .^6a.and Admission Tickets on sale on Show Day jt the Owl Drug Store,
n from Prwsiient Taft. No. 6 East Main Street at exactly the same prices charged on the showgrounds
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