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- jntpraita ol a very common Trouble!
I . LX16re i8 HO dlcAnc an. .inmmnT, 4n
W$ ' jne;TjHitQ4 States as catarrh because
V?h Tit appears Ifffepjnany forms and at-
"jrff v """v amerent organs.
' J ai - "ounon mistake to suppose
f&& Ih!&SS'Jrrh k confined to the nose
'S-i. 5f-roBt' -any Inflammation of
J&1 cneanucous membrane -wherever lo-
SE, J,pI(I accompanied by abnormal se
srM X?8tIonf, , catarrh. Catarrh of
mj ' jecomacn or hinrirtoT- infooMnoa in
C. -.5 tlMfWls n i t.
J'.'vri. w- a uuijiiunn na unco pnrHrrii
.Bnd mnch more serious although it
c ,i uue mac Btomaoh catarrh and ca-
- tarrh of other internal organs is the
I Jesuit of neglected nasal catarrh.
"r -Anew remedy has recently ap
peared which so far tested seems to
be remarkably effeotive in promptly
curing catarrh, '"wherever located.
'Tbepreparation is sold by drug
Ekw wnder the name of Stuart's Ca
tarrh Table, and in addition to be
ing very palatable and convenient,
possesses .extraordinary .merit, in
many cases giving immediate relief
torn the coughing, hawking and
- constant clearing of the throat and
head, those symptoms with which
everyone is familiar who has ever
,-., Bunerettirom colds in the head and
j. Aj t throat.'
L''- $, Catarrh is simply a continuation
i i.' tneBe Bymptoms until the trouble
i becomes chronic and grows gradual-
""Jy. worse from Veinr tn veflr.
1 Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are com
.posed of. Hydrastin, Eucalyptol,
Guaiacol and similar antiseptics and
-catarrhispeciflcs, from which it will
be seen that no secret is made of the
Ingredients "and also that no miaeral
Idisons are used, as is the case with
anany well known catarrh medicines.
:j- For, catarrh of the nose, throat,
"C . Inronchial tubes, for catarrh of the
A f Tpreparation Is so safe and gives such
.ffei. - w .UUVU. V W
Kk Z -rapm and permanents result as J
W -J i Vfunfl ri. -u mil4-
"AU"'druggist8 8ell them at 50 cents
ior full sized package. You can use
'themwith assurartce that you will
not contraot he cocaine or morphine
lhablt,as the results from this ca-
3atrh -cure are apparent from the
For HI IVire'a Sake.
)on't let Henrietta hpar vnn nllnfln
,to her i as my better half," said Mr.
! 1-iifC T" us.u, uciuiu uio uuuu vu un mmu
j ia nnfltrrvn rrkrian ims hahi vn vpia nni
Ffrii-Q, ) .iwho had cometo dinner.
- "Iunderstand. The expression is a
trlfie, commonplace, not to say pie
Welac" f "It isn't that But I wish you'd
,thooser aoother fraction. It would an-
ijoy tiennena. vasuy to uave you tninK
she was less than four-fifths at the
lowest calculation." Washington Star.
g' TThr She Blabed Unera.
f- T beard that young man who calls
a Sister Rose quoting poetry about
Jier name last night," said the bad boy.
h i'Husb!" exclaimed Sister Hose.
j'Trtiat did he sayT' asked the bad
boy'Sjeqnally bad brother.
i 'JHe 6ald' sbmethtog about many a
Sower being born to blush unseea," an-
iweredthe bad boy.
t "Helmust have been kissing her in
the dark," suggested the bad boy's
5, brother. Chicago Post.
Ecoaomr In Boston.
Bprockett Do you ride as much as
yqn lised to?
Cranker Ko; don't have to. Have
fouSd -out an easier;, way. Instead of
i lidlcr 50"inilcs ozfunday for a record,
j,I Just make myJrecord inow by lying.
It isjio much easier and very much
ifcheaper. Boston Transcript
; tVell convince you that
""we are leaders in quality and
, low prices. Here are a few
Litems taken at random :
! JBlortr, per sack , ... 90c
'2 lbs Santos Coffee 25c
X can Tomatoes ..i.. ....... ..8c
, Ji-lb sack 'Salt . . . .'...r...... .... ,4c
10-lb sack Salt .-... 8c
1 can Pears .Ml 8c
1 can Corn. .M 8c
' Cider Vinegar, per gal i 15c
Ark Soap, 2 bars for 5c
OottageHam per lb lie
', - Hasley's "Washing Powder 13c,
X boxes for..... 25c
v qt." Mason jar prepared
v f Jlustardfor t....,....12c
T - v i I " 9a.
Love Tfiat Tooft
Friofit at a Face '$
He was mr master and I his bonds-
woman; not however, by any form of in
denture, but by JOTe. Moreover, he loved
me, albeit he was blind and I his house
' That is, he loved my voice the rare
volco that is like delicious music even to
my ears the rare voice that heaven gave
me in compensation for my ghastly face.
That face! That face! How I have
cursed it! How I have cursed the hour
that I was born!
He was my master In more ways than
one. He was a violinist of marvelous
power, flaying was the delight of his
life, and when I was only a child he con
ceived ths idea of teaching me and forth
with proceeded to carry the thing into
A passionate lover of mnsic, I proved
an apt pupil and, after years of loving,
patient application, developed a power as
marvelous as his own. What strains we
wooed from those two violins, at least
100 years old! It seemed as if the melo
dies of heaven had found their way to
earth under the inspiration of our touch,
and, oh, how the love burned to our
hearts! Ah, what memories these are!
But I may not linger. One glorious day
he called me to him and, pillowing my
ghastly face against his breast, murmur
"ily darling, my love, when Is It to
"My master!" I half whispered in
tremulous inquiry, a sweet joy at my
heart, for I well knew his meaning.
"My darling," he went smilingly on,
with his tender kisses and tender caress
es. "My darling, must you have an out
fit beforehand? Cannot Mrs. Estelle
Vaughn purchase It as well as Miss Es
"My master," I tremulously murmured
"My darling, I want my wife," he con
tinued with a certain vehemence. "I
want her tomorrow. Will she give her
self to me?"
So when the morrow rose I became
Mrs. Estelle Vaughn. Delicious memo
ry! A month passed a month of perfect
bliss for both. At the eud of that month
there was an arrival at the old hall. It
was the proud, neglected sister whom I
had never seen and Ralston little Respect
ed ever to meet again. She had acci
dentally learned of his marriage and
came to inspect the bride.
"Good heavens!" she exclaimed when
he called me to him and tenderly present
ed me. "Good heavens! Balston, you
don't mean to tell me that this hideous
looking creature is your wife, and a
mesalliance at that!"
"You forget yourself, Marlon," he
haughtily replied, "and"
But I, though my heart was on fire, in
terposed in my mellifluous tones:
"The countess is right, dear husband;
I am no beauty, as I have often assured
"My Barling," he esclaimed, with pas
sionate vehemence, as he took me in his
arms, knowing well how my poor heart
was aphing, "you have assured me of
more than that; you have declared your
self incontestably ugly and repulsive look
ing. But what care I, my darling? It is
the gem that I love, not the perishable
beauty of the casket."
The countess rose and shrugged her
shoulders, remarking as she did so:
"It's well that you are blind, Balston."
With that she retired, but the same
morning she wrote and posted a letter to
Paris, and in the course of a week there
was another arrival.
The countess received this guest alone
'and then, without ceremony, brought him
to the music room, where 'Balston and I
were luxuriating in a heaven of melo
dious sounds. That was the first intima
tion we had of his arrival or his errand.
"Ralston," said the countess after the
necessary introductions, "Ralston, this
gentleman is the most eminent oculist of
his day, and I have sent" for him, hoping
that 20 years of blindness may end in
your seeing once more, and I think I may
safely say that I have never known a
man who needed his sight so much." And
a malignant glance at me gave venomous
point to the remark.
And that day she wrote another letter,
and soon there was in reply another ar
rival, this time a fair, sylphlike creature,
beautiful as a dream.
I looked at her and shuddered.
Heavens, how I suffered! But why do
I linger over all this? Enough that the
day came when he saw for the first time
in 20 long years. That day! Just before
the bandage was to be removed a per
emptory summons called me from the
room. Whispering to the oculist to wait
till my return, I hurried away.
But such was not the countess' design.
I returned just in time to hear my hus
band's cry of delight as his eyes rested
upon the beautiful Lulu, who had been
placed conspicuously in front'of him and
to see him snatch her in a passionate
embrace to his heart I sprang forward,
"Oh, Balston 1 Balston, she is not your
At the sound of my musical tones he
pushed her roughly from him and turned
with glowing -countenance toward me.
He turned, but that was all. Words
were not needed. Dismay, horror, repul
sion and disgust were depicted only too
legibly on his handsome features. Reel
ing to him, X sobbed as I sank at his feet
and clung to his knees:
"I told you the truth, Balstont I told
j;ou the truth!"
"Yes, yes, I know," he groaned, cover
ing his face with his hands and dropping
shudderingly into his seat "But 1 was
unprepared for this. Would to heaven I
had kept my blindness and my happi
ness." It was useless. His heart had gone to
the beautiful Lulu, and gradually the
music began to madden my soul gradu
ally, gradually, till a certain morning,
when I sprang like a tigress at his
That brought the end. They took me
to a madhouse. Then followed a wedding
in which Lulu figured as a bride, then my
broken hearted mother's death. The
countess had won the game. The mesal
liance was at an end.
Is it wonderful that the violin still has
power to temporarily madden me? New
WENT UNDER A LADDER.
And Snpenitltlon Only Became More
Deeply Rooted In Him.
A local newspaper man forgot his
usual caution the other day and walk
ed under a ladder. He couldn't very
well avoid walking under the ladder,
because It slanted directly across the
way. Ordinarily, ho goes around lad
ders or climbs over them or waits for
the bidder man to eome back and take
the ladder down.
This time he walked under it
Nothing happened out of the common
for an hour or two.
Then somebody stole his umbrella
and be bad to walk to the car In the
When he stepped off the car, he didn't
notice that there was a second step,
and so got a decidedly, unpleasant
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He hadn't.been borne but a few min
utes before be broke a handsome table
ornament that his wife valued highly.
'Then he began to think of the ladder
Later in the evening he was persuad
ed, to drink a glass of elder that 'was
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Then the victim .fell into a troubled
sleep, from which he was suddenly
avt akencd by a mysterious sound com
ing apparently from the front door. He
listened so hard that he grew numb.
The noise continued. Burglars were
evidently at work cutting a panel from
the front door.
He slipped but of bed and swiftly
pattered down the stairs. His heavy
cane was in the corner of the hall. Ho
seized it, noiselessly turned the lock
and flung the door open.
Darkness there and nothing more!
Then he went back to bed and had a
chill that lasted an hour. In the morn-,
ing he awoke feeling like a boiled owl
And now you couldn't force him to
walk under a ladder at the muzzle of
a revolver. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Conflicting Testimony, rji
Police Magistrate Your watch and
purse were found on this man. Do
you recognize him as the man who
knocked you down that night and rob
Complainant (hesitatingly) That lit
tle manikin? No; it was a much
larger and stronger man.
Prisoner Ho calls me a manikin?
Why, I hammered him till he cried
llko a baby nnd begged me to spare
his life. Simpllclsslmus.
Going Into Dancer.
"Goodby, Harold!" she cried as she
threw her arms around his neck and
wept on his shoulder, "I shall pray for
your safe return."
"Going to the Philippines?" asked a
"No," she replied tearfully. "Going
to play center rush." Chicago Post,
Knew What lie ceded.
Canvasser I have hero a -work
Master of the House I can't read.
Canvasser Rut your children
Master of the House I have no chil
dren triumphantly nothing but a cat.
Cam asser Well, you want some
thing to throw at the cat. .
Ho took the bookt--Tlt-Itlts. ,
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aj Bra EcB
It rras away out in tie country yrttn
dfc'ipxtlon was a word almost without
Into this quiet tide a sudden, exciting
element had fallen in the shape of a say
young girl from a neighboring city.
Her name was Jennie Mordant, and
she claimed cousin Jiip with Parmer Mor
dant's brown faced and rather bashful
sons in a daring, coaxing way that was
new and delightful to them, .and Jared,
the eldest, grew more demonstrative to
There was a little girl living up at
Low Hill pass whose name had often
been spoken in connection with-Jared's,
and it was guessed that they , mutually
felt a shy fondness for each other. Jared
only called her by her formal Christian
name, Katherine, at rare intervals, and
then with a sense of familiarity that
made him half ashamed.
But after Jennie Mordant had tied his
necktie and brushed the threads off his
coat he escaped from her bright eyes and
merry ways and walked to Low Hill
with a light step. As he neared the
house he, saw Katherine returning home
"cross lots" from Widow Sangsters,
where she had been to take the old lady
some buttermilk. "With one leap he
scaled the wall, and, hurrying to the
narrow footpath, he said softly:
"Don't walk so fast, Kittie."
The girl stood still, trembling and
blushing, and then she asked in a voice
"What made you call me that?"
"May I call you so again?"
"Yes," she answered simply, and he did
not know how quick her heart was beat
ing. And so tney went in suence wrongn
the gathering dew and darkness up to
When it was time for Jared to leave,
he sidled up to the kitchen window, and,
reaching in, with one arm on the sill, he
dropped a spray of lilac as if by accident
and said, "Good night, Kittie.-"
So the summer passed with a new glo
ry, and when the evenings grew long and
cool in the autumn a dancing school was
talked of in the village. So the season
opened far more gayly than usual. Then
there was to be a husking at Farmer
Mordant's in the long, new barn. Long
before dark the great piles of' corn filled
the barn floor, and the fiddlers walked
about, with their pet violins tucked ai?ay
in green bags, while the kitchen was
overflowing with foed, and a row of elder
barrels lay tapped in the yard.
Katherine Hubbell came down early
with her brothers.
The candles were lighted In the sitting
room, and there was Jared her Jared--actually
romping with Miss Jennie. She
was standing on her toes to reach his
head, pulling his hair and bothering him,
when suddenly he turned, and, taking the
two little hands in his big brown palms,
he held her so firmly that she could not
get away, though she struggled and
laughed for a minute and then stood still,
When he let her go, she patted his
face, smiled brightly and ran away, and
Katherine could see that Jared was
blushing like a girl.
She did not go into the sitting room as
though nothing had happened. ,
She was not actress enough for that.
She went slowly round to the kitchen
door and found the girls, and in their
merry chatter they did not notice her si
lence. But that Jennie how could she
ever speak to her again?
She could not flirt and laugh and pre
tend not to care, as some girls could.
Her eyes flashed with anger as she
thought of Jared leading Jennie Mordant
out before them all, and, creeping away
to Grandma Mordant's room, she 'huddled
herself down by the fire in a forlorn little
heap. The old lady was not there, but
the soon came in, and with her was "that
Jennie," talking low and earnestly.
"She is always in my way," thought
Katherine bitterly, but she" 'held her
breath to listen as Jennie said:
"Jared says he never has a chance to
see her a minute alone, and the house is
so full of company that I'm sure there
won't be another quiet spot but this
.room. I'll manage to smuggle him in
while she is here, and then do you make
an excuse to go out and leave them,
there's a dear, good grandma! She is
really a sweet little girl, and Jared is so
fond of her. Do you know he calls her
The old lady chuckled pleasantly to
herself as she' went out after a candle,
and when she returned with it lighted, the
room was empty. But later the harvest
moon dropped lower from the deep sky,
and all the radiant stars came near to
listen to the new meaning that echoed in
Jared's voice as he said, "Good night,
Last night an old man lay dying in a
handsome home. His gentle, silver hair
ed wife stood beside him, holding his
hand. "It's growing dark. Come nearer.
Good night, Kittie." And his voice had
hushed forever. New York News.
Will Not Surrender.
"No, sir, we will not yield," said the
Filipino leader. "So long as we have
legs on which to run we will continue
in the field."
Social Life In the Settlement.
The Rawlins Eagle has these inter
esting items in its social column:
Billy Staples is in town again. Bill,
If you'll pay John Hammond that bet
we won't say anything about a certain
Social Cozens is in our midst once
more. 'Social, old boy, you have our
slncerest sympathies. Miss Katie left
two hours before your train tied up.
Pulin Green came up from Gray
vllle yesterday. Pulin is a gay bird.
He heard all about that phantom party
Miss Essie is going to give.
Ross Strutters is looking mighty
anxious these days. Never mind, Ross,
tho old folks are quite willing. Sail
in and win.
Miss Pittlo Patter is visiting Miss
Mcllle Clapper, and they do say that
somebody Is building a house which
she likes very much. Atlanta Consti
tution. A Biblo is now in tho possession o!
the Porty-sixth regiment of Mnssachu
cotts upon which Washington once took
an oath of Masonry.
one person in 18 lives oa
TOR SAIiB Farm of 81 mtf. Coot
buildings, 8 miles west of city on th Baiita
road. IJr. IJ. Baughxnan, Montroae, O.
tor saxe on trade-m Trtito
irfwl ftnllrtlnr unrl fpnefls. rlch.tlllAbl Uk&O.
Vatered by springs and brook, fln flh
Akron; price less than U00. J. I. Bacht,
Insurance and loans, 1SS South Howard M.
FOR SALE Every person who eaitm
plates buying should see that new B. Kta
st. dwelling, Just at nd of paveaient, nlat
rooms wlth'attlc and bath rooms, h&Uf c.
mented cellar, gas, furnace, hot and cold
water, well, cistern and sewer. This oorn
plete home can be purchased for lest than
13,000 If sold soon. J. I. Bachtel, 1S3 South
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Seven acxi
truck farm near Akron, with good house.
Five lots, North Hill, at 1120 each. If sold
New 8 room house near pavement sad
street cars, a bargain at f 1,450.
New 6 room house York St., nearly nrrr,
Money to loan at lowest rates of lntenstt
C. H. JONES. Tel.SM.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO 10AN $5,000 In sums to suit borrower.
J. I Bachtel, 188 South Howard. 173 8f
MONEY TO LOAN $300 to $10,000 to loan
on real estate. 6 per cent. Wm. T. Sawyer,
attorney, Doyle block. 177-203
MONEY TO LOAN From 15.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattlaie.
curlty and allow the goods to remain In
your possession. Can repay ns In monthly
Installments. Room U,-Arcade block. Of
fice hours, 80 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m.
L. O. MILLER & IVYMILLER.
TO EXCHANGE A first class four horse
power electric motor for a ten horse power
WANTED To adopt a boy between four
and secn years of age. Address "Boy
care Democrat. 1S1 tl
WANTED One or two first-class sales
men In each state to sell a saloonand olga
store specialty an article of mens and a
hot seller. Straight salary to good men.
Write quick. Send stamp forreply. Chicago
Mfg. Co., Congress Park, Ills.. 180-a
WANTED Lithographic crayon artists.
Send samples and state salary to Gles fe Co
Buffalo,N.Y. - 185-1ST
WANTED Roomer, furnace heat, new
house, near business part of city. 103 Wills
ave. Apply to E. J.'Hoskln, Democrat of.
Justice of the Peace and Notary!
205 Wooster avenue.
Houses on monthly payments, choice lota
on Wooster ar. will be sold at a sacrifice,
also greenhouse equipments cheap. A 46
horse-power boiler, almost new. I have the
finest allotment In Akron. Lots 80x175 from
JlOOtoJJOO. Come to sea me.
Before You Take Your Life,
Aetna life Insurance Co., Everett taiuiatf
If yon want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
No. 1850 South Main st. Nothing but
Qrst-class horses kept In stock.
N. E. STBINEE, Prop.. Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Moh 18, 1900
WANTED TO LOAN
1,000 vto 3,000 at 6 per cent'
or term of years if security la.
;ilt edge. Inquire at once.
Hsal . & Oo-ts
Everett block. Tel. 1523
Ifew machinery, new location.
"Ve guarantee our work. High
gloss or domestic finish.
Nos. 132-137-North Howard st.
PETERSON & WRIGHT
Saceessors to J. E. Peterson
Grain. Bay, Mi Fees, cui uk, ekl
129 S0STH HATH ST.
SHAW'S PUREALT. The sick anS
delicate need a gentle tonic-stimulant.
It is often a matter of life and
death with them. The ideal nutrient
and restorative is pure whisky.
That's precisely what Shaw's Pure
Malt is. Sold by WM. WASHER,
144 S. Howard St., Akron, O.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly attended to.
15523. MAIN ST. AKSON, O.
Our specialty. Special rates. We
wash clean, good finish, don't ruin
fabrics. Will call for and delivel
goods. One trial is all wo ask.
403 Eut Zzchasce st.
Phone 729 Eti ft Seed, Prop
MASSIIION COAL CO,
We have a large amount of monej
to loan on good real estate security.
Low rate of interest. Terms most
110 South Union st. Phono No. 592
Rltohl Coal Co.
Has a good house for rent.
Also coal to sell. We are
not in the combine.
IIO y. IVIarlco St.
From us on your own terms, alst
see us about that UTSUBAXCI
you have expiring soon.
P. P. BOCK S CO.
CLAMS ft LOBSTERS
TMK BANK OAfK,
Ti riatat lUtUnrant la Akron.
VEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
JUTS DfrtETU ABB B0MZ3TIC
yAfm. 0ls 4k OIki-S)
Vaic Csatrii laTtafi itak.
JOHN KOKMMKM, Orel
V. D. ELLIS
AAa Moving Vans. Teamini
lOal nd Transferring. "Fil
.mw wcm UUH auv Kill
avoid the rush." Office ,
Cor CHerrj anCaoal stj. TcU 25,
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