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I g VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 188
Divorce Mill Grinds.
Lottie Todd Files Charges
Against Her Husband.
Judge Kohler Grants
Mrs. Seeholiz, ,,.'
-Divorce and Alimony Hudson
"r. Township Farmer
Assigns Jo E. L. Filiius General
Court News. .
IjlS, "Divorce proceedings were begun
la Common Fleas court Saturday by
J$gr!? Mrs. Lottie Todd. She charges her
husband, Charles E. Todd, with ba-
':iDitnalrdrunkenneBS atad gross neg
(lect of" duty. The petition alleges
'that the defendant has threatened to
strike the plaintiff and that she is
afraid of him injuring her and for
that reason she has resided with her
r The parties to the suit live in Ak
ron. Decree Granted.
Saturday morning Judge Kohler
granted, a divorce to to the plaintiff
in the case of Julia V. Seeboltz vs.
Charles A. Seeh6Uz. The plaintiff
, was awarded alimony in the sum of
Answer and Crot Petition,1
The defendants in the case of Jane
Smith Steinbacber. vs.: Elizabeth
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The hearing of the City , of jAkron
VB.Alex C. Web"ber et al; will be
held Tuesday. The case involves
damage claims of residents on
Farmer Assigns. ,
Edward H. McCauley, a Hudson
township farmer, made an assign
ment to E. L. Filiius, Friday. Assets
are placed at about $7,000.
John Mack, Hudson 60
Katie Ames, Akron '. ...38
Michael Keith, Akron 85'
Victoria Klaus, Akron 28
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ON THE TRAIL
Murdereo Joe Wade Still
Sheriff Kelly In Cleveland Looking
Up the Case.
Sheriff Frank G.Kelly returned
from Pittsburg, Saturday morning,
whither he had gone to get some
trace of Joe Wade, the murderer of
Joe Turner. Kelly left at once for
Cleveland, where he will investigate
the report that Wade had money de
posited in a bank in that city. In
the meantime Wade is making him
Delegates Expected to be
Here In June.
Akron Sunday School Association
It is expected that 1,500 delegates
wiU attend the Ohio State Sunday
School association to be. held in Ak
ron June 5, 6 and 7, 1900.
To provide for the accommodation
of these delegates a meeting of sev
eral Sunday school superintendents
was held at the First M..E. church
Friday evening. At this meeting
the Akron Sunday School associa
tion was formed,. with the following
officers: President, Wi A. TJpham;
vice presidept, Rev. A, B. Church;
secretary, E. E. .Otis; treasurer, A.
It was decided to. limit member
ship to wo members from each Sun
day school. There are 23 schools in
the city. Thiswfllmake.atotalofoO
the different schools have chosen
their delegates to this body, the
president will-issue a call for ameet
ing of the association.
Their Deaths Occurred Within Two
Arthur Reynolds, a former citizen
of Akron, and who a few years ago
conducted an art store in this city,
died at his home in Leroy, O., last
Tuesday of consumption. Funeral
services were conducted Friday by
Rev. A. I. Spanton of Ravenna. Mr.
Reynolds leaves four children. He
was a brother of Joseph J. Reynolds,
who died two weeks ago in Wash
ington, D. C.
a big Affair
Is the Frank, Laubach & Clemmer
One of the prettiest and most im
portant jewelry s$ore openings ever
conducted in the city is that now in
progress at the Frank, Laubach &
Clemmer Company's store at 174
South Main st. The opening began
Friday afternoon, continuing during
that evening and all day Saturday.
Large crowds have visited the store
and are there at present, Jewelry
goods beautifully arranged in the
show cases and on shelves, the store
room decorated with palms and cut
flowers, the displays and effect are
dazzling and elegant. Daintiest and
newest, revelations in styles and
qualities pi watches, "clocks, rings,
chains, breast-pins, scarf-pins, par
lor statuary and the thousand and
one tnings xepi an a pig jewelry
store are exhiblted.in a bewildering
array of beauty. The large show
window is filled with watches, rings
and diamonds, clocks, vases and
other rare pieces. To every lady vis
iting the store a beautiful carnation
has been given.
Doll and lag Sale..
The Daughters of the King of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church are engaged
In getting ready for a doll and bag
sale to be held December 1st and 2nd
at Wolf & Beok's millinery store,
South Howard st.
Cloudy tonight-wijh rain Sunday.
Annual Inspection Was
' Held Last Night.
W. R. U- Assisted In ihe Enter
Nomination of Officers
The annual inspection of Buckley
post, No. 12, G.A.R.. was conducted
Friday eveninp- by Assistant In
spector J. C. Roland of Army and
Navy post of Cleveland, assisted by
Commander Josiah Johnson of the
Forest City Post, Commander C. C.
Shanklin of the Army and Navy
post and Commander Edgar Couch
of Memorial post.
Fifty members of the Cleveland
posts and a few officials from Ash
land were .present and enjoyed au
evening of rare entertainment after
the inspection. Prof. W. A. Putt,
with Mrs. Clara Smith Collins as
accompanist, sang two beautiful"
vocal selections, which were re
ceived with favor.
Mrs. Sarah M. E. Battles wel
comed the guests in behalf of the
Woman's Relief Corps.
The guests thon, repaired to tho
spread awaited' them. After the
supper Mr. Newton Chalker deliver
ed an'address of welcome. Mr. J. H.
Seymour acted as master of cere
monies, and introduced State Com
mander T. R. Shinn of Ashland, as
the first speaker. He stated that
the condition of the department; at
the present time was excellent, stat
ing that the live posts would show
an increase in membership by the
next .annual report. He also com
mended the efficient work done by
the 273 Relief Corps in Ohio.
The other speakers were Inspector
J. C. Roland of Army and Uavy
post, No. 187; Col. J. O. Winship,
Judge Advocate of the Department,
of Cleveland; Commander- Edgar
Couch of Memorial post; Command
er Josiah Johnson of Forest City
post; Commander C. C, Shanklin of
Army and Navy post; Major H. A.
Kasson and Judge N. D. Tibbals of
"America" vas sung in chorus and
the remainder of the evening was
spent in sociability.
FOR NON SUPPORT Wm. M.
Johnston of Barberton, was arraign
ed in Justice Hard's court Saturday
on a charge of non-support of a
child. Hearing set for next Wednes
day at 9 a.m. Bond $200.
Produced By Posfum Food Coffee.
"When a person rises from each
meal with a. ringing in the ears and a
general sense of nervousness, it is a
common habit to charge it to a de
"I found, it was caused form drink
ing coffee, which I never suspected
for a long time, but found by leaving
off coffee that the disagreeable feel
ings went away.-
'L was brought to think of the sub
ject by getting some Postum Food
Coffee, and this brought me out of
-"It is a most appetizing and invig
orating beverage and has been of
such great benefit to me that I nat
urally speak of it from time to time
as opportunity offers,
"A lady friend complained to me
that she had tried Postum, but it did
not taste good. In reply to my ques
tion she.said she guessed she boiled
it about ten minutes. I advised her
to follow directions and know that
she boiled it 15 or 20 minutes, and
she would have something worfh
talking about. A short time ago I
heard one of her children qay that
they were drinking Postum nowa
days, so r.judged she sucaeeded in
making it good which is by no means
a difficult task.
"Tom O'Brien, the son of a friend
who lives on Bridge st. was formerly
a pale lad, but since he has been
drinking Postum, has a fine color.
There is plenty of evidenoe that
Postum actually does "make red
blood," as the famous trade mark
says." Jno. Chambers, 0 Franklin
st., Dayton, Ohio.
AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER
TO GET RICH
Soon Was an Irresistible
But the Passion Wasn't Satiated, and
Money Lost Instead.
When the Franklin syndicate of
Brooklyn, with Wm. F. Miller at its
head, and Cecil Leslie, his private
secretary, started out to do business,
it was not to conducted as a con
tinuous joke. Money was wanted
and money was to be made not only
for the syndicate but also those who
would contribute funds to the treas
uryyes; the depositors were to get
ten per cent a week on each dollar
invested 520 per cent a year. Think
And dollars rolled in fast and fur
iously. The money ever ebbed but
After conducting the affairs of tho
syndicate'in the endless chain sys
tem for a few short, prosperous
months, the investors called the
syndicate to order, and demanded
tho promised 10 per cent. But, bless
you ! the adamant syndicate, with its
endless chain principles, would not
sit down in meeting to any such
proposition as returned cash in 10 per
cent and 520 per cent. The syndicate
presumed its association with the
sinecure was too solid to permit of
dislodgment, and so it just wouldn't
Last chapter Miller and his sec
retary under" arrest. Citizens in
Akron who were caught in the trap,
25; other Ohio cities whose residents!
were caught, Cleveland, Lima, Co
lumbus and Woodstock.
There is a great lesson for young
and old in the above.
Chosen bv the Local Lodaes of the
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uaunniprs or neueKaii. - -
Forty members of the Kent
Daughters of Rebekah put on the
degree work at Colfax lodge,
D, of R., in good style. Twenty-
five ladies of the Cuyahoga Falls
lodge were also present. A banquet
was served and the evtniug was very
New officers elected by . Colfax
lodge follow: Mrs. Lizzie Johnson,
noble grand ; Mrs. Jennie E. Weaver,
vice grand; Mrs. Cora Lilly, record
ing secretary; Mrs. Mary Seiden-
cranz, permanent secretary; Mrs.
Elizabeth Nesbit, treasurer; Mrs.
Lovina E. Henry, trustee. The offi
cers will be installed at the first
meeting in January.
Huse lodge, Daughters of Rebekah,
held its annual election Friday
evening. The officers chosen follow:
Mrs, Laura G. Deakin, noble grand;
Mrs. Sarah Windsor, vice grand;
Mrs. I'bbie M. Price, recording sec
retary; Mrs. Frank Chapman, finan
cial secretary; Mrs. Hattie. Tweed,
treasurer; Mrs. Wm. Phinney, trus
tee for three years; Mrs. R. N. Cain,
trustee for two years ; Mrs. Eliza
beth Richardson, trustee for one
year; Mrs. R. N. Cain, captain of
Akron Encampment, No. 18, elect
ed, the following officers: O. S.
Coolidge, chief patriarch; W. H.
Gonder, high priest; Bert T. Wills,
senior warden; Fred W. Tweed, jun
ior warden; H.R. Sanford, record
ing scribe; W. H. Lohr, financial
scribe; J. H. Wagoner, treasurer;
John Stair, trustee ;
W. H. Harp,
Will Be Taken of His Congregation
by Rev. Myers Tomorrow.
Rev. N. J. Myers will preach his
farewell sermons to the congregation
of St. Paul's Lutheran church tomor
row morning and evening. The Sta
tionary Engineers will .attend the
services in the evening, The Lu
ther League will givo an entertain
ment and social at the church par
lors Wednesday evening. Rev.
Myers will leave for his new home
Jp South Bend, Ind., at 11 o'clock
St. Paul's1 ohurch has not yot en
gaged a new pastor. Rev. Ztnn of
Laetonla, president of the East Ohio
Synod, has been invited to All the
pulpit with a view to accepting a
oall. Rov. Flotoof Tippecanoe has
decided not to accept a call.
Were I. Victorious.
Won Bjath Games From
Pastimes Last Night.
Kirkwapds Are Making
Lavigne's Fighting Days
nges Gus Ruhlin.
BarneyiMcDermott's new regula
tion bowling alleys were opened last
night by the:Not Nac club of Canton
and the Pastimes of Akron.
Two- games were rolled and the
visitors won both of them. In the
nrst game tnere were ten men on a
side. Th- totals were: Not Nacs,
1429; Pastimes, 1832. The, totals in
the secondl in which there were five
men a sid.e, follows: Not Nacs, 740;
Pastlmes'j 684. Thus it will be seen
that the Canton team won by 97 in
the first game and by 56 in the sec
ond, game. ,
The bowlers were well pleased
with the , alleys and arrangements
were made for the Not Nacs to come
again next Wednesday evening ,to
play the first of a series of games.
The Pastimes will then play a return
. The .Canton men were royally en
tertaiCcJ? rhlle in -Akron, Jand .re
turned home at 11:15 last night.
Sixteen, orttwo-thirds of the Kirk-wood-,bowling-.'
games in the series
have been played. Each team has
won the following number of games:
Last night the F's won two games
from the C team(b"y a total of 71 pins.
The score follows: C first eame
1007, second game 990, total 1997; F
first game 1064, second game, 1004,
total 2068. ,
Still' in the Game.
Dr. R. B. Carter called at The
Democrat office this morning to in
quire concerning the source of, infor
mation in regard to his recent phys
ical injury as stated in yesterday's
Democrat. He insists that he nev
er had a shoulder dislocated in bis
life, and in his recent football games
has not received even so much as a
scratch. In fact is trained to the
hour and confidently expects to be in
the Kirkwood line-up on Thanks
giving and assist in dislocating the
football aspirations of the Elks.
Continued on Eighth Page.
Garfield Badges Have Been
The Committee on Arrangements
for the Garfield Banquet ordered ap
propriate badges for the guests. The
company of wnom tbey were pur
chased made a mistake in the date
and the badges did not arrive in
The badges have since been mailed
to all who attended the banquet.
They are of artistic design, embrac
ing an elegant medallion of the
of Steel Have Arrived
Frank B. Meade of the firm of
Meade & Garfield, architects of the
new Hamilton building, was in this
city Friday. He says that progress
in constructing the building will
boom shortly. A delay in securing
building material has retarded the
work considerably, but further delay
has been obviated by the arrival
within the past few days of 200 tons
of steel beams and other necessary
The hall being rented to the B. of
R. T. for next Wednesday evening,
the Advance Class of the school will
be postponed to Thursday evening,
Thanksgiving. All patrons and
friends of the school are invited.
Admission 75c per couple. Advance
tickets good on this occasion.
Dancing 8 to 12.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
The Sans Souci club was delight
full entertained Thursday' evening
at the home of Miss Lillian Wetze
of 166 Merriman st. Card playing
was a feature of the evening. First
prize was awarded to Miss Bertha
Zlinm.ermau and the consolation
prize to Miss Anna Roan. A cake
walk led by Miss Clara Kelly and
Theresa McDonough proved very
entertaining. A light lunch was
served and was followed by music
Pythian Sisters Entertain.
Friday evening at JEtolia hall,
Louise Assembly of the Pythian Sis
terhood gave on entertainment and
oyster supper that was not only
pleasant, but profitable as well, quite
a large crowd being present. Fea
tures of the program were instru
mental music by Miss Ina L. Ar
nold's mandolin club, a talk by Rev.
N. J. Myers, pastor of St. Paul's
Evangelical Lutheran church ; reci
tation, Vere Esgate; violin duet,
Louise and Ray Barnett. In the
prize drawing for a quilt, Mrs, SuBan
Bowers, of 705) East Exchange St.,
held the lucky number. The'oyster
supper following was well patron
ized. The Misses Mamie and Kate Cro
nan entertained the H. G. L, club at
progressive pedro Friday evening
and a very pleasant time was had by
all. The winners wera Miss Ella
Linn and Phil Crites; Miss Margaret
Stevenson took the consolation prize,
A light lunch was served.
Dr. E. B. Foltz, son of Dr. A. E.
Foltz, left yesterday for Cincinnati,
where he will pursue selected post
graduate studies in the medical col
lege of Ohio, and Cincinnati hospital.
Frank Freer, brother of H. ,M.
Freer, of the TJ. S. Baking Co,, haB
accepted aposition. jis purser,on the.jiavendly.cojisentedtojieliver ad;
luuimiouiuBm.e, a large -Dripisu steei
vessel, plying between Portland,
Oregon, and Yokohama, Japan.
Nathan M. Berk of the Akron Se
curity & Loan Co., leaves this even
ing on a business trip to Philadel
phia, New York and Washington.
He will return next Saturday,
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our thanks to
our-friends and neighbors,, the Ma
sonic order, the Goodrich band, and
all. those who so kindly assisted us in
our great bereavement in the loss of
our dear husband and' father; also
for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. E. W. Wiese and Family.
Taken From an Akron .Man,- Found
Chlef-of-Pollce Harrison, today re
ceived a letter from the chief-of-po-llce
of Cleveland stating that Owen
Cann had been arrested there'Friday
on a charge of grand larceny, and
that on his person was found a pair
of opera-glasses on which Mr. G.W
Billow's name was inscribed.
It will be recalled that a short
time ago Mr. Billow's house was
burglarized and several articles
stolen, among them being the opera
Plans Talked Over.
The Endowment Fund committee,
of Buchtel College Alumni, held a
meeting Friday evening In the office
of President Priest. It was simply
a continuation of previous meetings
at which plans for raising an endow
ment have been discussed.
LIVERY PROPERTY SOLD
Real Estate Agent L. H. Horner has.
sold the Adams livery stable prop
erty, corner Mill and High sts., to
Ed Culbertson, traveling freight
agent on the B. & O., who will soon
take charge of the property and en
gage extensively in the livery busi
ness. The price secured for the.
property was $500, which amount wa
$200 more than the property was ap
KEYS FOTJND-Oblef of Police,
Harrison reports that two Yale keys
have, been found. They may be had
upon calling at tho Chief's office.
POSTOFFICE CLOSED The Ak
ron postoffiqe closed this afternoon
rom 2 t o'clock on account of the
fun.--:. " Vice President Hobart,
The man dolivery, however, was not
Soon be Out of Debt.
Main Street Methodist
Arranging to Pay All Iti
Thank Offering Day Tomorrow
Topics Upon Which Akron's Minister.
Tomorrow is thank offering day at
the Main Street M. E. church. Tlu
matter of payingoff the entire churct
debt in two years received much
favor on Thursday night. The sub
ject will be continued on Sunday.
All friends of the church are invited.
Rev. W. E. Fetch will be present to
9 a.m., Sunday school; 10:30 a.m.
and 7 p.m., preacbing service; 5:45
p. m., Luther League; 7:15 p. m
Thursday, prayer service. Have
you ever worshipped in this church?
A cordial welcome for all, all the
Luther League will hold a Thanks
giving service at 5:45 p.m. Topic
"Praise Ye the Lord." Psalms,
XLVI. Miss Ida Cleave will lead.
Hon. Judge Tibbals and Col. Dick
dresses, which are certalnto .bet in-
nterestingani iriitruptiyei. A-fine
topic, and excellent .speakers
Katherine McMlllen will render a
vocal solo. The public in general
are invited and urged to be. present:
All come and join us in this, our an
nual praise service.
"The Tree of Life," will be the
theme of. the morning discourse at
10:30 by the pastor, Rev. O. W. Slus-.
ser. At 7 p.m. the theme will be
"Regeneration." A cordial invita
tion extended to those not worship
Coburn Street Lutheran Church.
Sunday sqhool at 9 :30 a.m. Preach
ing by thepastor, Rev.'Julius Nickel,
at 10:30 a.m. In the evening the
pastor will have an appointment at
Creston.and there will be no service
Rev. H. J. Chrlstman of TJnion
town will preach at 10:30 a.m. and 7
p.m. in exchange of pulpits with the
Calvary church of the Evangelical
association, Rev. J. W. Heininger,
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and
7:80 p.m. by Rev. D. C. Eckerman.
Sunday school at 9 a.m. Young
People's meeting at 6 p.m. Prayer
meeting on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings. A cordial invitation to
Woodland M. E. Church,
The pulpit of Rev. Thomas Post,
Woodland M. E. church, corner of
Balch and Crosby sts., will be sup
plied by Rev. T. B. Sarohet of 123
Jackson st., tomorrow.
First Presbyterian Church,
"Visions that disturb the content
ment," Is the subject of the morning
sermon at the First Presbyterian
church ofwhich Rev. L. As Llnde
muth is pastor. His theme for the
evening will be "What Can a Child
Do? Or How to. Succeed in Life."
Sabbath school at 9:15 a.m. and C.E.
at 6 p.m. Seats free. All welcome.
Central Presbyterian Church.
East State st., near Main, Rev.
John Herron, pastor. Sunday
Bchool, 9:15 a,m.; C.E., 6 p.m.; pub
lic worship, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Morning subject, "The Ladder of
the Angels." Evening Subjeot,
"What Shall I Do Then With
1 First Congregational Church.
Morning service 10:30, subjeot "Es
sential Religion;" evening servioe 7,
subject, "One Sparrow's Fall." Seats
free. All cordially invited. Union
Thanksgiving service on Thursday
forenoon at 10:30, sermon by pastor
of First M. E. church.
First Church ol Ghrist.
Evangelist Scovillo will preach at
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"Tha host omH-."-n- ' r: -'T
"The best remed;
fn'm ll.'- ' - -4
of skin, it i. d.fightfnl&HjW
B. Harper & Cos Drostbr-'
I lie;: to announce totthV theatef
Koing people of Akron,,that I have
lpHKMfl AsRf'lllhlv Thpfltnr n-il -ll.
rechnsten it to the name of .Tho tl
n i - W
Peoples' Theater. I promise , to 'Ihei l''W?.'
theater-going public, first-class; at5 'l-'-tractions
at popular prices, sucb-.as" '"V'
10, 15 and 25 cents, no higher These ' V,r -
ire my standard prices, my prices v
vill never be any higheri
My season opens rMpnday night1, ,
Nov. 27th, with JRussell Bros."'
Comedians, consisting of' highclass.
auderville, ten big acts.;. Hoping
hat the Theater public of Akron
vill give me their patronage, I beg to.
'main. ' .
The Public's Obedient Servant.' . -
ROBT. THORP TAYLOR. '" ,
he First Church of Christ
morning and evening, on the follow- :
mg topics: "The World's Greatest
Monument;" "Our Knowledge' of
Jod." Prof. Huston will conduct
the singing. Services every night
lext week except Saturday-, fo 'be '
;onducted by the evangelists. '
Gospel Meeting at Alliance Hall.
Sunday, Nov. 26, at 2 and.7 o'clock;
Wednesday at 7 o'clock- Special'
Thanksgiving service at 2:30. ''ju-'
veniles meet Saturday at 2:30; t-'Snf-'
fer them to come unto me and fbr
ild them not" wl W. Harvey,
St. Paul's Parish.
Rev. Jas. H. W. Blake, rector.. '
St. Paul's church 9 a.m. Sunday;
School: 10:30 a.m. Fall service t and
sermon by the rector; 6:15 p.m. cori
drmatlon class; 7p.m. eveningpray-'
r and sermon. " '
St. Andrew's chapel 8:30 a. m.
Sunday School; 3 p.m. evenlngprayi
r and sermon by the rector.
9:15Sunday School; 10:30 subject",
"Japan mission Sunday and the for
ward movement in our church" ; '6 pu
in. public praise and conference. ser;
vice oy tne x. j;.u. u sublseti - :'
"Thanksgiving"; Thursday10:30 ag " 4a
m. Thanksgiving service" and ser - X
mon. ' .- fl -V V-J
- Wabash AvmiwCIibtc!l orcfe?&
On" Sunday -morning the pastor,
r - v --t- - - js. t
"Christ qur King.
Continued on Fourth Page,,
TOOK A LESSON
Automobile Patrol.. With
The senior class in electricityof-f
Buchfel college, accompanied by Dr.
J. H. James, called at the Central.
Fire station Friday and investigated
the automobile patrol.- The various
electrical appliances were explained
to the class by Mechanical Engineer'
F. F. Loomis. ,.. -. '
The class also visited the plants of h
the Case Engraving Co. anil, the
Northern Ohio power station.
Revi-B. G. Caywood, wilt "speaja-oa,- J& . - .
requestof the W; C.T, XT. .DT.'ttie. ; ? f'-.
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The Akron Saengerbund will give. ..$ ti "
an entertainment in Market houie":i5X.-
evening., .a. gou' -,
program has been arranged.
On Thanksgiving evening the Ger
man Mllitair vereinwillgive.agrand'
ball in Music hall. A"
The Bayerischen Benevolent soclf... ,
ety will give a dance in Turner'hll.? ."
Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 29. v -, .J
Members of theXiedertafel are.
making preparations for. the. annual '.
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The Ohio Salt compa'ny.tWads- ?
worth has decided to bulldaQOO A
barrel cereal mill. Oatmeal wlirhftj
the chief product. The company;,,
now makes injectors, matches and-
Haulon He assured me he was "very
6orry that I made myself appear sa
Melville That's all right There ar'
a great many persons who are never.
happier than when they are feeHsg
Borry for somebody else. BostonTra
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Patron Shonia Ban, PW. ln,-Xi.;
"The portrait." complained. thpa . .
Iron, "makes me look like SO wnt-H
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