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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Fort Wayne, IndianaThe fort Wayne journal Gazette wednesday morning october 15, a Page devoted to the news of All sports e sporting Section com ment on the lice ones hurry Martin this by likens slur Backstop is anal Ilioiu to Innuso in class b company. Owner Vur will of the Ril Ikun nine in the Puyt Lias regarded it a matter of duty to Namo Jui older and More experienced Man than Martin to Pilot tile fort Wayne team and Tor that reason it would seem that Catcher Harry can hardly Hind Tho Job us Boas at this Point. But Martin deserves a position us manager and it is this fact which has prompted the writer a Reat admirer of the Martin style of to suggest a Trade Harry will land at Dayton where to would be pretty sure to fall into a nifty Job As manager of the vets a berth now open. It a lot of nerve to get that out of our system and we now proceed to Alibi ourself. Nut remember we will not feel slighted it our suggestions carry no weight. To begin with the fort Wayne Backstop is extremely popular at Day ton just As he is in this City and were he to secure the Job in the Ohio City he would be welcomed with a Bik Hurrah. Martin started his Central league career in a member of the Dayton dub and his Stellar ploy Dur ing those Days made him a prime favorite in Tho Home of Tho vets. He has courted and won a Dayton miss another knot which Hinds. Owner Vernoll has a habit of keep ing his affairs to himself. He May decide to appoint Martin his manager and he May not for All we know hut dope Points to the negative simply because the fort Wayne magnate has a Vays been keen for a Veteran is head of his club. And in this connection it can be seen quite readily the fort owner invariably turns to an old Limer. Port Wayne. Of course in not the largest City in the Lind. The baseball Public Here 19 i Tull As compared with that of grand rapids and Dayton and the held from which attendance can be attracted correspondingly limited. this it is Only natural that Kate receipts can hardly be counted upon As Tho Bill Ken club s chief source of Revenue. Instead of developing Green bail players and Selling the nets the returns which really . Martin is one of Tho brai Niest Ball players that has appeared in a Long time1-, and it is his cunning which has made him so successful As a Back stopper whether he has had train ing enough to lit him for service As an instructor of youngsters is an other question. We would say yes but must admit that there is a Chance of our being mistaken. There is Little doubt however but what a gent just out of the majors or class a circles would make Good As a Trainer of Hall players on their Way up and it is Tho general opinion that it will be some one of Tho latter Type who will be fort Wayne s next Leader. U Dayton it is a different question. There is a bigger held to draw from there and Gate receipts probably loom up larger in the vet City than proceeds from the Sale of Hall lil avers a winning club with a popu Lar manag or is bound to make Money for the Dayton owners and there is Little doubt hut what Morton is exactly la led for that Job. All Dayton would Welcome genial Harry and a do Al of i his sort would Boom baseball considerably in the Home of the Vujs. Of course Martin is a valuable As set to the fort Wayne club and to expect the fort Wayne owner to part with the Clever receiver for a More thank you is Clear out of the ques Tion if the Dayton management wants he Clever Irand rapids Hoy As badly is some local people think to be the 11 Trade which would Licup Tho Bill Ken nine immensely might be arranged. H has Como to a time when trades Are Clear out of the question in Central and a change in this line involving some Star would come As a decided Relief and 1c in lev prov beneficial to the entire Hugue through Tho noise which would result Over Oki news connected with some Deal of this sort. Seven heats to a in feature to Lexington. By oct. Tha Ash land for Trotters Ell Keble to Tho on june 16. Feature of to Day " grand circuit program was won utter strenuous a wits by Jaclson girl. Which took the final three Liean. The first two heats were won by Uncle Biff and in the next two the Veteran pop Geers put Reusens past the wire in front of the others. In the next three Uncle Stirt dropped Back to fourth the Best Cleera could do with Itou wan to i Ninh third in the fifth and and to land second Tacu in the seventh. It was the longest race or the meeting and each heat was warmly con tested Sweet spirit won Tho 3-year-old Trot carried Over from monday. Lowanda won the Pace after Toic the Glrst two heats. Omar won the Trot in straight heats Karl or. Won the Pace in heats. Summaries three year old Trot two in three purse two heats Sweet spirit. F. Murphy .1 4 1 a. B. F. Ser rim .4 1 2 Pine knot G. Rea .3 2 3 Willow Mack. B. C. 3 4 2tl4 4. The Ashland stake for trottere. Three in five. Judson girl. B. M. 522111 Reusens. Cd. G. 211332 Uncle Biff. B. B. 1-14444 Star Winter G. Mcdon 2 3 3 2 2 3 Henrietta a M. 5 6 to 2-10 Closa pacers three in five purse 11.000 Lowanda. Bik. H. Valen Tine 84111 Walnut Grove bit h. Thomas 1 1 3 7 3 Princess Patch M. Mur Phy 2 3 2 8 2 Neillo of. Bik. M. Mckel Lert 5 2 7 5 4 King h. H. Cox 7 of 8 2 to Cleo b., cd. M. 3 s o to the assessor. Cd. G. Peers .10 4 3 to Hal j., by. G. C 3 9 10 to Melba Schnell. B. M. Gar Rison 4 6 10 9 to Charlie a. A. By. G. Pro Man 9 10 5 6 to class Trot three in Nve. Purse Omar. H. G. Floyd .1 1 1 or. Thorn G. 2 i Densmore H. I Loomis .4 4 2 Marti Bellini M. Dickers.ml.2 6 7 Frances Graham In. 3 5 major Wellington by. H. 5 4 Westerville girl. B. M. 7 6 King Brook Bik. G. Class Pace two in three purse Karl jr., or. B. By the Earl hed Fick .1 1 Bra Don direct h. Egan .2 2 Ross k., H. Into unconsciousness Philadelphia a. Oct. By Lewis claimant of the welterweight championship who receiver what is believed to have been a concussion of the brain last night in his Light with Joe Borrell a Philadelphia Middle weight was reported to Day to be a very sick Man by physicians at the Hospital where he is under treatment. Lewis was so badly beaten that the referee stopped the bout in the a Lith round. Later Lewis became unconscious but was revived after strenuous treatment. While his condition is ser ious the physicians said it is not Crit ical. Bodie gets Bonus. Chicago. I. Oct. Hooili the Chicago americans in. Found in his envelope the j600 he thought he Binl lot when to was discovered by ,1 ?.-r Callahan drinking a Stein of Berr Lii St. Uius lout Summor. 13o contract included it stipulation unit he refrain from drinking Durchik the unas ii or forfeit Coo of his salary and i. Consume link ten a technical violation of the terms. Pleased with the player s All around work manager Callahan i in turd Tom line. Cle11d takes the pram outfit Cleveland. Of. Oct. Cleve land americans to Day won the seventh and deciding Vaino of the inter City defeat Lufi the Pittsburgh nationals 4 to 1. The official attendance was and receipts Adams was batted for six in three timings but Mcquillan no replaced him did not allow a hit Aii l Only Nineteen batsmen faced him. Suen was steady except in the Sec Ond inning. When three hits save Paltu Burih its Only run. A Lulea by Leibold and Jackson in the first inning and John Ston s triple netted Cleveland two runs. Graney tripled in the second and scored when a Kiir Leybold u Cleveland another in the fourth it Iii Wilson Muff Ltd Chapman s Fly and Chipman scored on singles by Lajoie and Johnston. Score . Cleveland .21100000 6 0 Pittsburgh .01000000 8 4 and car sch Adams. Mcquillan and Sindort Evans Emilie and Dineen. Niles Mich., oct. Chicago cubs won the nest exhibition game of their barnstorming schedule Here to Day when they Defeated Tho Nilea blues 5 to i. Three doubles by Miller of the cum. Were the factors in the run feet tins Del toss a kid Pitcher was in the Box for Niles and but for four glaring errors by Burke third Hacker would have gotten away with a 8 to 0 score it Kunst him. Score . Cubs .20001011 10 0 lies of n o o o o o o 4 4 Cheney Pierce Lavender and Archer and Needham Derose and Erase. Winning Pitcher and exciting scenes in final game of the world s series su01h6 Back to first George Fox leaves Fox Shryock company George t. Fox yesterday disposed of Bis interest in the Auto Ihil ii company to or. W. Re Ayock and Bartlett w. Shryock the other Rob Cru or Tho growing Youngf Cor Rilton and in Tho future lie will de Vole his Fin Tiro attention to his Agency for the White far in North half of i Mil Arm. Tho company will continue to hold slut in fancy for the Oak land and Studa Bakerr cars. London coppers capture Sylvia London. Oct. Pankhurst. Who was the Central to lure of a Clerce struggle last a lit Between the in lace and militant sufi rage Tttus in the East of wan Juto Mfd when about to enter the 1 Polar town Hall to address another meeting. The militants attempted to Rosi be her. But Tho police who in Largos numbers succeeded in placing her la a Talcah and driving to Hollo Way jail. Meeting wits abandoned la order to hold a protest Demon stration out hide the jail. Lawasee news out to land Good Man for Short owner Varnell of the fort Wayne club knows As Well As any one else that the arc is Little Chance of getting Ollie o Mitra Hack and that he needs must secure another for the Short Stop Job on Tho Bill Ken nine. Fort Wayne folks have been accustomed to sonic excellent Short stopping in re a font years and they will get the same Biml in if or Varnell is Success Ful. Aln Ady has lines out for Sev eral promising men for the place among them a youth Najeed Brant in fielder on the Petersboro club of the Canadian league. Following tips of the sensational play at Bat and on the bases delivered by the Petersboro shortstop the by liken owner put in a draft for the clans b drafts were cloned on saturday no kit of last week or. Var Nel has not As yet been advised As to How successful he waa. Others whom he placed Drafta for Are Pitcher Bramble of the Berlin Ontario and Catcher Beyers of Ludm ton Mich. Beyers proved the big noise of Tho Michigan state league and Many had thought that he would grabbed off by a major or class a outfit others were probably wised to these same Chapa and for that reason there is of course a Chance that in drawing lots or. Varnell May lose out on one or two of them. Purdue Hopes to win championship Lafayette ind., oct. Due s football Hopes All lie in the game with Wisconsin to be Here sat urday. If Purdue wins supporters of the old Gold and Black say she will to Well along the Way to the Confer once championship. The boilermakers got a Good Start last saturday by defeating Northwestern by a decisive Acorn. Coach Smith All this week has been drilling his sound in new play and building1 tip a defense which he Hopes will be Able to Cope with the wis Consin stars like Van Ghent Tanberg and Bellows a Yoli pro Tift was to be held to Morrow night As coach Smith de clares consistent rooting will Aid the players considerably in saturday s j contest. Martle foot Ball team sires a game with any fort Wayne team to be played at Martle Indiana sunday octo Ber 19. Address fort Wayne drug co. Centlivre s Purchase old Art Hall l fort Wayne s fair grounds will noon Boft thing of the past As ban already started Razink the various strut Tures along the Pike and the in order to Ninke room for the new addition which is being1 rushed into thai he Timi. Ju1 of the thru clues have already in ii sold and will he used for All sorts of Pur poses. From ten Days to weeks is the time limit for flip rein Oval of the buildings. Ii Iii cent vre of the int Livre brew ing company purchased the Art Hall and remove this to the brew info company s Plant where it will to used for Gar and a an addition to Thoj Hotl Lynh . P. T. Strueder. Of i fort fair bought the . Judge nil timers Tamta j several of tin stables. He will move j Ali us at once to tin in Livre Park which will probably he Tho Homo of the fair association by the time another Rolls around. Kar mrs in i Vii Unity of the Park Havu Purcla Usail Nii Iny of thu smaller and Sli Imis and for the. Most part entirely fur tin. Lumber material which the structures will yield when they arc destroyed. W a was 12 e. Ind. Oct. Miss Myrtle a firm who is Uia Chioff school South of Kimmell spent Tho week end with her father. J. K. Olarick and family. J. 0, Craif and wife have returned from fort Wayne to spend some time at the air cottage on Cedar Point. Mrs. Jennie Klink and mrs. Rosa Crow returned from South Bond last evening. Jesse Cosper and wife spent the week end it their summer Home it Natty Row Beach and willed on cd Khok and fam ily to saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Spur freon of Liron Ler spent saturday and sunday at Natty Row Beach. Wilbird Snyder and wife. Mlle Snyder and wife i yank Harper and wife and Al Bert Fuck and go to to Morrow evening to attend the Long Wedd Lnor. They will make Tho trip in automobiles returning the same evening. Mrs. Priest who stopped on a spool of thread and fell seriously injuring hip is still confined to her bed at the Home of her daughter mrs. Frank Fita i iffy. Kilo Bell entertained Joe Calbeck to supper at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Robert Bell Friday evening1. Mrs. Julia v. Molineaux and mrs. Eliza Beth Plath Burn of Vewter Strk called on mrs. John 10. Ital cd yesterday afternoon. Or. And m is Zimmerman. Of Ligonier Sim it Riu Nihil at their culture at Natty Tiro in Beunah. Jakki Click wife and Little Catherine and Geraldine. Visited or. Click s Kotlier. Mrs. Mary Click at the Home of Icin Nuol Click Ovir sunday. Or. And mrs. Charles Crow Haliy daughter of a Myrac Usu Luck u sunday aft urn Ion drive Trimond Lake Waw Aseo. De Knox uni family i Alfil on or. And mrs. Tillbury West of Cromwell last evening. Albert Fuu and Brady Miller attended a Hurcil in last evening. M is. Frank 1 u Bort and m ism Bessie Ruburt of in thu Haubert cottage at Natty to Day mrs. Smith is Montesa to h party of la Gunier and South Bend friends at the younger cottage hum Kathie in Williams and Beatrice Kringer. Of i Guinier ind or. Terry Mil Ler were sum Lily guests at the John Grenn cottage at Natl Yarrow Beach. Ernest whorls is out of school this week with Tom mumps. Ray Carr of is entertaining Irvin Hull and Frank Appleton of Rich mond Indiana inn cottage this week. J. Creagor and wife came out to their summer Home at Natty Row Beach and sunday. J. Men Miller and family of Cromwell. Were at Pix o clock dinner by or. And mrs a. K. Fuck at Crow s Newt. Journal Gazette want ads bring one cent per A Wallace chief Deputy to state fire marshal e. Arrived Here yesterday morning and together with assistant fire chief George Jasper i made an examination of the room at the Randall hotel where fire broke out Early i monday morning. Both officials arc inclined to believe that the fire started above the Fluor and not from the electric wires Between the joists. When workmen engaged in making repairs to the dam room commenced to tear up the i floor yesterday morning it was noticed that the fire had not spread very far beyond the spot where the floor was burned through and the condition of the hoards which were badly charred on their j upper Side unaffected by fire from i below seems to indicate that the fire did not have its origin Between the joists. Another Point which adds to the belief i hut some one occupied the room 13 a statement made by the night clerk who maintains that he received the first news of the lire by Telephone message from the very room where the tire started. The opinion of the officials is now that somebody occupying the room Accident ally set bed Clotius Afore presumably by smoking Feifar tittes and being unable to extinguish plus Maze telephoned to the clerk after throwing the burning bed Clouis upon Tiu floor where they burned the Hole into the floor which was later thought to have been caused by a Blaze originating from wires below. Thai of the Deputy fire marshal also Revi Iii a the fact that some of the wire at this Point were not any More in line. Four years Ajro the entire building was in order to make the lighting system comply with the requirements of the state Lawa and As it was found to cheaper to install new wires instead of relaying the old ones the old wires m Holch were fastened to the wooden Joist with practically no insula Tion were left in Petoe. Or. Avalear. this City yesterday afternoon for Waterloo on business connected Ith his Filce but will return Here to Day to Complete ills investigation of the hotel Blaze. Word. Opening of Beaver ave. More probable opposition to Tho opening of Beaver Avenue fun Home Avenue to the Junction of i Roadway and Savylla avenues inst much of its strength at n conference last evening Between Tho Board of works and the affected prop erty and the Board now Feela that Tho proposer improvement will soon a the Engineer s of Tim Ute shows damages and 000 a Enells. The. Assessment District extends in act on either Side of Bea ver from Lisiel Boulevard to the Alley North of Maple Avenue. Mack men receive share of spoils Philadelphia ., oct. Twenty six checks were distributed Here to Day by John e. Bruce of the National baseball commission to the officials and players of the Philadel phia american league Ball club As their share of the world s series Money. The club received a Check of of which had been put up As a forfeit to comply with the rules of the series. This was the net amount after 25 per cent had been deducted from the club s total which will be turned Over to president Johnson of the american league for distribution to the other seven american league clubs. Each of the Twenty five players Eli Gible to compete in the series received three Eye league draft Chicago 111. Oct. League May Lead a crusade of class b organizations to obtain a rive Flay Exten Sion of the draft period. Discussion of the question took place informally at Tho league s annual meeting to Day and later it tvs suld a Resolution suggesting such a change to the National association of the minor leagues might be passed. Tearney overrode the opposition and waa re elected president Brunswick leagues to Start next wednesday play in the two leagues to be maintained at the Brunswick alleys this Winter will be started wednesday of next week. There will be no games on mondays and tuesdays in these leagues in order not to interfere with play in the cd to association. Captains in league no. 1 arc requested to report to manager Booth on Friday a Ifft to make arrangements for the opening of the season. There Are two vacancies in league no. 2 and any one desiring to enter a club is re Quested to Call at alleys. Brushy Prairie ind. Oft. And mrs. Samuel Stocton their two sons or. And mrs. Deems Ter and mrs. Warren Brown were guests sunday of mrs. Laura Tal Tigo and her sons who Are looking after the interests of the c. W. Brown Home in or. Brown s absence. H. It Keyes and his family of Mongo will occupy that prod House at the Burgh for the next six or eight weeks while or. Keyer is doing Alifi Carpenter work and decorating at the East Spring Field Church. Waller c. Wade has purchased the eighty acres known As the old Green Field farm lying East of the East Spring Field Church. We Are glad to the Wade family Back to our neighbourhood. T certainly is who scrap t s too bad that More attention is not Given to the youngsters who scrap about the 110-Pound class one weight at which a championship Means Little or nothing. The biggest promoters have led fans to believe that slouching heavyweights or Middle Elphus Are the o nes who put up a real Battle and the natural consequence is that the Llo fans Only Bis 10 scrap game Man Mere slugging Powers weights Are the Only ones who Are trying for Speed and cunning. When Johnny Coulon became bantamweight King he made that Elf tag a popular one for a time and As Long As he was battling scrappers around the 110 and 115-Pound figures were getting considerable attention. Sickness stopped the Little Champ and with him out of the running there became a Lull in fighting among youngsters of this weight. They put up real boxing exhibition however and any time they come into their own the boxing game is bound to profit. Izzo Mason affair an example no better example along this line could possibly be cited than contest staged by Frankie Mason and Frankie Izzo in Tho Semi wind up of the local club s recent show. They Don t put up any bet Ter Battles than these two youngsters delivered and such has been Tho Case every time the management has been fortunate enough to Hook up capable of delivering As Mason does. Neither Mason nor Zao will punch hard enough to put a Chap of their calibre asleep or do harm to anyone. That is True of everyone at their weight. But they know How to Box and their exhibition was action from Start to finish Tho kind that actually thrills. If Mason and Tao get to Gether again and they probably will their setto is certain to prove almost As big a drawing card among those who appreciate clean Cut exhibitions As will the feature event. There is not the slightest doubt but what Thoy will furnish their share of the excitement. Expect big things of michigander three of the most formidable men in the Friar gulp and from a Little Village in Michigan entitled Athens. Donni son who came to this City to attend business College has been a Mem Ber of the local eleven for several seasons and was re elected Cap Tain this fall. Gulp and Fox Are newcomers having dropped into this fair City just recently it the suggestion of their former teammate. Captain Den Olson. Incidentally big things Are expected of this Trio of Michl Banders. Dennl son has already won a Home in local football circles while gulp and Fox will deliver As cleverly before the present season closes. Gulp is a Backfield Man taut has been worked in the line to far and has shown Well As a defensive player. Fox got his first real trial at end in sunday s Itaw and looked awfully Good. Purdue a real championship contender for Tho first time in Many years the football eleven which represents Purdue University is counted upon As a Strong contender for Tho Western conference title. The boilermakers made All open their Eyota by that crushing defeat administered in their recent encounter and their Stock took a decided jump As a consequence. Tho Purdue eleven never looked More formidable than it does right now. Tho eleven s Backfield headed by the Brilliant Oliphant forms one of Tho strongest a Corine Mach Nen to to found in these Parto. The line la a heavy and powerful one and with plenty of substitute to fall Back on there la no reason Why Purdue s defence should not prove every bit As formidable As its offence. If Tho Backfield does ret the necessary assistance from the Len men watch old smoke. And a conference championship in Indiana i a tally would be welcomed in this Vicinity. A champs my go to played by representing the fort Wynn Lodge no. 118 and no. 101. K. Of p., was made Lant to Echt when the Phoenix club went like a Bunch of a orld Lynul Tirri and wan All three from their rivals. To shriek s 200 was High score of the evening. Three will be played such tuesday evening until the Smi plos is completed. The fort Wayne lx3doio no. 118. The lyrics an aggregation of Clever youngsters who will he heard from throughout this season in the fort Wayne Bowling association canned a big com motion at the Start of last night s play when they opened with a u20 total and carried off the first game of the Serh a with the Germania hitter crowd braced at this Point however and by shooting in old Elmo form managed to pull out the last two games. The win ners totalled 910 in the second game and 959 in the third conceal. Big totals were common in this series. Mem and Miller tied for High single count. -jj24. Wefel and Doehrman went into the select Circle in two of the while thl Eroe Schwartz and Slang also Cut in with 200 scores in one game each. In the other association series the Centlivre Phoenix Samen the cent Livria. Went great and pulled out a three time Victory. Jackson was the big noise in these games. Hla 221 was High on his Side and he rolled an average of slightly better than 210. Hills had two big Marks 201 and 216. Tuttle a aggregation did not shoot in anything like usual form except for Drel Bellas who finished with a my the scores lyrics. Players. 1st. 2d. 3d. Miller .224 181 162 hamilton.162 156 178 Crowe .164 192 1c2 Wefel .201 ,1112 20-1 the lemme .169 200 totals.920 891 s82 Germania. Players. 1st. 2d. 3d. Schwartz .182 204 mere.1s8 161 22-1 least .139 1s7 1g2 Doehrman .-----168 207 200 stantf.205 i64 369 totals.882 910 959 Centlivre. Players. 1st. 2d. 2d. Jackson .199 221 212 Brooks .1s9 333 185 centllvre.167 157 Litot 169 kelley.191 157 173 hills.-----201 216 167 totals.947 88-1 906 Phoenix. Players. 1st. 2d. 3d. Tuttlo.171 149 133 slagle.141 156 149 Knepple .154 us us Drel Belbust .180 166 243 t. Ryan .121 121 102 totals.767 737 775 players. 1st. 3d. Pruner itis 168 Zunt Grant .1116 103 Pucket .122 120 Olllnger 711 Thompson. 74 Smiley stinger .147 150 totals .652 665 Phoenix Lodge no. 101. Players. Lat. 2d. Wilson .129 soul Dong. 126 Smitzer .-___108 150 123 kmrlck.184 200 so. Its 3d. 173 139 134 total.1 .693 799 at Emmaus alleys. The Grote s team won two out of three games from the Hegerfeld five at the ice Kaaua alleys last night w Franke s 217 wag High score of the evening the scores Hegerfeld s. Players. 1st. 2d. 3d. E. Franke .140 151 1-14 e. Conrad .104 103 -.114 f. Korte .152 124 172 a rlppe.177 152 17-1 h. 181 163 totals 711 7f.7 Grote a players. 1st. 2d. 3d h. Droege .127 135 c. Dec Muyer 135 m. Grodrian 123 e. Hintz 120 e. Eunck.177 200 154 o. Rolf .182 16s 119 w. Franke.168 217 102 totals .761 840 693 knights of pythias Start Bowling series the Start of Tho fifteen game series to Heads Are winners. The Heads won two out of three games from the tonsils at the Elk alleys last night. The scores Iii ads. Players. 1st. 2d. 3d. O. Niebergall 153 169 h. Ranke .141 129 r Tanka. 152 us f. Stahl .143 322 Cavalier.177 139 163 win. Ruchel .j88 137 166 totals players. Nadden Drinker Walsh Smith. Horton Pickard totals .680 .7do fossils. 1st. .146 .153 .126 .120 703 772 2d. 146 152 144 ibs 140 3d. 172 106 us Ion 153 october is Moncy time time to count your Money and How much it will take for you to prepare for Winter. Have you enough will you need More Ash yourself. If you Haven t enough you can borrow from us. We loan on House hold goods Plano horses wagons etc., without removal. Any amount from up for Long or Short time. Borrow ?25 for three months. Pay Back in three monthly ments of ?9.70 each. Total Cost Only we Are licensed and bonded under Tea state Law and give you even Protection Law n Scorda. Call write or it. Wayne loan co. Established 1896 room 2, second floor 706 Calhoun phone 833 licensed and bonded under the Laws of Indiana. Manson Fowler and record bicycled 431.50. Up to 440.00 j choir. Of Tan. Eli Oduj punch. Proof audion tread Valona one Obj fancy Tim not found in maj other Cora. Pm Moltu Basket cacti Tiahmo six ply Thom Nof n tears and Tom Raaf j2.50. .25. G. 40130 Annir baby of we Delft Tor new to Tad bibs Ore or bicycle tires and repairs. Bros1us bros1us, 126 Coumou St Condo second hand bicycles to j store open april 1 to july i _ if

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