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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27
Akbojt's bank clearing last -week
were $392,600; Youngstown's, $27G,
624; Springfield's, $282,667; Canton's,
$256,000. This is tho usual lead of a
$100,000 or more in Akron's lavor.
r Senatob PAT2fEt of New York,
speaking of the action to be taken by
the new Congress, says "there will
y be no repeal of any section of the
"War Revenue law." The people
smay prepare to lick war tax stamps
indefinitely. The stamps have come
to 6 tay. It will be a surprise if Con
gress does not extend the war tax to
many articles other than those now
included in the list.
Administration papers, almost
Without exception, have been
wrought into a passion by the re
ported attempt of the Democratic
candidate for Governor of Kentucky
to force himself into office, appar
ently against the face of the returns,
but they are remarkably silent about
the glaring election frauds that have
been unearthed in the enlightened
Republican city of Philadelphia.
Ex-Senatob John J. Sullivan
of Warren had an article in the
Cleveland leader Sunday in which
he does a great deal of gushing over
, the political complexion of the
Western Reserve. He closes with
an extravagant laudation of Briga
' dier General Dick. Of course the
fact that the Warren Senator needs
the Brigadier General's help in the
matter of the appointment of Attor
ney General for his district, has
nothing to do with the sweetness of
If the people of Wadsworth are
awake to the interests of the town
they will see that the corporation
limitB of the town are properly ex
tended and we get credit for the
amount' of population the place is
justly entitled to. The census will
be taken nextyear and Wadsworth
ought to show an increase. Then
there is no reason why people living
on the corporation line and enjoying
all the privileges of the village
mould not be brought in. Wads
'Will Akron lag behind the village
of Wadsworth in appreciating the
rdvantages of extending the corpor
Hon. iCiias. A. Towne, Minne-
jota's noted independent Republican,
declares that an attempt by the in
coming Congress to retire the bond
paying function of silver, to call in
the greenbacks, and commit the
country more to the Single gold
standard, will mean that the Silver
question will again be the leading
Issue in the presidential contest
next year. He believes that the
pepple will not permit the currency
to be further contracted by legisla
i tion along the lines favored by the
T Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Cures Over Night
"the most stubborn cold as well as all
Its complications tickling in tho
throat, husky voice and violent
coughing. It is the most wonderful
v "medicine that science has produced. 9
Winter in the South.
The season approaches when ones
thoughts turn toward a place whore
the Inconveniences of a Northern
winter may be escaped. No section
of this country offers such ideal
tpots as the Gulf Coast on the line of
the Louisville & Nashville railroad
between Mobile and New Orleans.
It possesses a mild climate, pure air,
even temperature and facilities for
hunting and fishing enjoyed by no
Dther section. Accommodations for
visitors are first-class, and can be se
cured at moderate prices. The D. &
N. R. R. is the only line by which it
can be reached in through cars from
Northern cities. Through car sched
ules to all points in Florida by this
line are also perfect. Write for
folders, etc., to Jackson Smith, D. P.
A., Cincinnati, O.
The B. & 0. R. R. Is the Shortest
And quickest route Akron to Chi
cago and1 points west. For tickets
and full information see C. D. Hon
odle,Tailroad and steamship agent,
Home Seekers Excursions
mn Mm south, southwest, west
northwest. Dec. 5 and
See C. D.
$U.OO Philadelphia and Return. $11.00
Via P. & W. and B. & O. R. R., Nov.
U and 25. Tiokets good returning
n rfflvs from date of sale. For
furthefinfornaationsee C. D. Hon
Sdffttoket agenti Union depot.
Honoaio. uuiuu u., .u, yuiu,
iteamship and railroad agent, for
A Ir"rt VIa
E are in fine Holiday trim.
Our store is filled with
seasonable and attractive
goods, which cannot fail to
please holiday buyers who are
looking for new and pretty
things with which to make their
It would be well to select your
J. B. Stbrer & Co.
116 South Howard Street
Secure New Quarters.
Will Move Into Kubler &
Beck Hall by Dec. 6.
Prominent State Officers
Will Visit Akron
And Deliver Addresses Among
the Various Lodges.
Social Events Held and Many Others
The Demockat regrets that lack
of space makes it necessary to abbre
viate the reports submitted by its
lodge correspondents this week.
Within the next two weekB such an
increase in the facilities of the me
chanical department of this office
shall have been made that it will be
possible to devote not only more
space to the lodge notes department,
but also to make of it a prominent
k: 0. T. M.
Eighteen members were initiated
last Monday night, the election of
five approved and four applicants
reviewed. All Sir Knights are re
quested to be at McPherson hall this
evening at 7 p. m., to make arrange
ments for a parade in honor of the
arrival of officers high in the order,
who will officiate at the district re
view. Speakers will be Great Com
mander Parker, Great Record Keep
er Ed. Ij. Young and District Com
mander Sisler. After review, lunch
will be served.
L. 0. T. M.
Supreme Commander Lillian M.
Hollister, and Supieme Record
Keeper Bina M. West, will visit Ak
ron December 5. Officers and mem
bers of Akron hives 'are requested to
be at McPherson hall Tuesday even
ing to make arrangements for re
ceiving their visitors. Busy Bee
hiye will meet iu regular review
Tuesday evening. A card party and
dance will be given in McPherson
hall Thuesday, Dec. 5. Life benefit
assessment No. 42 is duo and must
be paid before Nov. 30.
Ten applications for membership
received by Akron lodge Monday
evening, November 20. Middlebury
lodge gave a well patronized oyster
supper Wednesday evening. Lodges
have recently been organized in
Sharon and Myersdale, Pa.
I. 0. 0. F.
Akron Encampment, Huse lodge
and Colfax lodge each elected officers
last week. Names of officers ap
peared in Saturday's Democrat.
Summit, Nemo and Akron lodges
transacted routine business at their
meetings. Colfax Rebeccas will
hold a social at Mrs. Robert Miller's
home, 649 West Market st., Novem
Akron camp transacted routine
business ' last Monday night. A
number of Woodmen gave a stag
party at the home of Chief Forester
H. E. Brandon, 113 Bluff st.,last
Royal Fo rosters.
Akron Encampment held its regular
meeting Saturday night. Aside from
routine business, the Hall commit
tee was instructed to secure quarters
in Kubler & Beck hall as soon as
possible. We expect to occupy our
new home by Dec. 6. New uniforms
will be ordered in a few days. Brig
adier General Cramer of Cleveland,
will visit us on Dec. 2.
Committees of Akron and Adoni
ram lodges report progress in prepa
rations for the joint meeting of Ak
ron Masons, Dec. 14, in memorial
service for George Washington.
Akron Commandery installs offi
cers Wednesday evening, Dec. 6.
Friday evening Wooster Com
mandery No. 48, Knight Templar,
conferred the order of the Red Cross
upon candidates from Orrville, Mil
lersburg and Nashville.
The Sisterhood will elect officers
at its next meeting. The oyster sup
per held Friday night was reported
a great success.
K. of P.
Aetolia lodge elected two appli
cants to Knighthood last Tuesday
and the rank of page will be con
fered by the new team Tuesday,
Dec. 5. Nominations for officers will
be held Tuesday, Nov. 23, and elec
tion the following meeting night.
Members of Aetolia should make an
effort to be present whereby they at
least will know who their officers
will be for the coming term. There
seems to be an enthusiastic feeling
among the working members of this
lodge and the outlook for plenty of
degree work this winter is very
McPherson lodge held a very prof
itable meeting at its last session, at
which it was reported that several
candidates are in prospect for the
near future and the members of the
various teams are expected to hold
themselves in readiness to work.
Various matters in hand for the
prosperity of tho lodge are moving
along nicely as reported by the com
mittee. Members will take notice
that at the next meeting will occur
the nomination of officers for next
Dr. Bull's Co&gh Syrup is tho Remedy
on which you can depend for the
cure of a protracted cough or lung
affection, brought on by exposure to
cold. It is the most excellent med
icine sold. A bottle costs only 25
Knew Every Man, Woman and Child
in Akron's Early Days.
Judge Joshua Tracy Catlin, who
died in his D2d year at his home in
Ravenna last Wednesday, was one
of the early residents of Akron, hav
ing come to this city in 1834, where
he got employment in the postoffice.
"Judge Catlin was a man of re
markable perceptive powers and
memory," says the Ravenna Demo
cratic Press, "the latter faculty being
well nigh infallible. It was wonder
fully exemplified in nis ability to call
by name on sight every man in Ak
ron who was a resident there in 1836
and 1837, and more than half of the
-"July 27, 1837, he was married to
Elizabeth Swinehart at Akron, in
which place they remained until the
fall of 1839, when they removed to
JRootstown, Portage county, where
they resided until 1855 and where he
followed the trade of hatter. He
also served as justice of the Peace
for that township during the term of
"In 1855 he was elected Recorder
of Portage county and moved to Ra
venna. He served in this capacity
for six years, after which he'was ap
pointed Probate Judge of the county.
He was Mayor of Ravenna for one
term and also elected to the office of
Justice of the Peace."
Ten thousand demons gnawing
away at one's vitals couldn't be
much worse than the tortures of itch
ing piles. Yet there's a cure. Doan's
Ointment never fails.
For fine plumbing call on C.
Oberlin for prices.
Winter Tourist Tickets
Now on sale via C, A. & C. Ry. to
the south and southwest. For tick
ets and full information see C. D.
Honodle, railroad and steamshiD
agent, Union depot.
Tickets on sale Dec. 5 and 19, to
many points in the northwest, south
and southwest. See W. E. Langdon
for routes, rates and any informa
tion. Remember the P. & W. Ry
the only line running throujrh
cars to Pittsburg. Try tho new ves
tibule flyer, leaves Akron Howard
Street Station 4:20 p. in., arrives
Ravenna 4 :59 p.m., Warren 5:40 p.m.,
Youngstown 0:0 p.m., New Castle
6:20 p.m.. PistsburgS:30 p.m. Other
trains leave Union depot 1 :50 a.m.,
6:05 a,m. and 1 :10 p.m. Thanksgiv
ing rates Nov. 29 and 30. Tickets
good returning until Dec. 1 inclu
sive. Thanksgiving Day Excursions
Via B. fc O. R. R. and P. & W. Ry
Nov. 29 and 30 to all stations within
a radius of 150 mile's. Return limit
Via Erie railroad Nov. 29 and 30, to
points within 150 miles at very low
rates. See Agent W. E. Langdon
for all information.
Tickets on sale daily at Erie rail
road office. See W. E. Langdon
agent, for routes, rates and tickets.
AJLHON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27
TWO FINE SPECIMENS
Of Physical Manhood.
No form of athletic exercise de
mands such perfect physical condi
tion as prize fighting. Every muscle
in the body must be fully developed
and supple, and the heart, lungs and
stomacn must act to perfection.
Whether we endorse prize-fighting
or not, it is nevertheless interesting
to know the manner by which men
arrive at such physical perfection.
James Jeffries, the present cham-
Eion heavy weight of the world, and
is gallant opponent, Tom Sharkey,
in the greatest pugilistic encounter
that has ever taken place, both pur
sued much the same course of train
ing and the first and most important
part ot tnis training was to get tne
stomach in condition.and to keen the
digestion absolutely perfect, so that
every muscle ana nerve wouia ne at
its highest capabilities.
This was noc done by a secret pat
ent medicine, but both of these great
pugilists used a well known natural
digestive tablet sold by druggists un
der name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets and composed of the digestive
lerments wnicn every stomacn re
quires for healthy digestion.
Champion Jeffries says: "Stuart's
Dyspepsia' Tablets prevent acidity,
strengthen the stomach and insure
perfect digestion. They keep a man
in fine physical condition. Signed,
James J. Jelfries, champion of the
The gallant fighter, Sharkey, says:
"Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets remove
all discomfort after eating. They
rest the stomach and restore it to a
healthful condition. I heartily re
commend them." Signed, Thos. J.
The advantage of the daily use of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is that
thev keep people well and ward off
sicKness ana are equally valuable to
well persons as to the dyspeptics.
Another advantage is that these tab
lets contain no cathartics, or poisons
of any character, but simply diges
tive lerments winch are louna in ev
ery healthy stomach, and when di
gestion is imperfect it is because the
stomach lacks some of these ele
ments and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets supply it.
They are no cheap cathartic, but a
perfectly safe and efficient digestive
and the demand for them is greater
than the sale of all other so-called
dyspepsia cures combined. No rem
edy could possible reach such a place
lapublic esteem except as the result
1 ull sized packages are sold by all
druggists at 50 cents and the best
habit you can possibly form is to
take a Stuart Tablet after each meal.
They make weak stomachs strong
and keep strong stomachs vigorous.
12ank Bobbed In Kansas.
Bluff .City, Kan., Nov. 27. Bobbers
wrecked with dynamite the safe and
the front end of tho State bank here and
escaped with $1,000 in gold besides some
silver and bills. This is the eighth Kan
sas bans; to be robbed by sate crackers
within three weeks.
he Easy FocS
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocers
Fidelity & Deposit,. Co.
Becomes surety on bonds of Contrac
tors, Officers and Employees of
banks, Mercantile Houses, Railroad,
Express and Telegraph Companies,
Officials of States, Cities and
Phone 279 Central Office Block
Grand Opra House
. WiLBUB F. Stickle, Mgr.
Mondav, Nov. 27,
"REMEMBER THE MAINE."
Tuesday. Nov, S3,
"BOY FROM BOSTON."
Thursday, Nov. 30. Thankszivinz
matinee and night. "Don't Tell My
Friday, Dec. 1 "A Hot Old Time
Robert Thorp Taylor
Lessee and Manager
Three nights only and Wednesday
MONDAY, NOV. 27
Russell Bros. Comedians
In high class vauderville and
Vernelo, the master of all magicians.
10 Big: Acts 10
Prices loc, lSc, 25c. Reserved Seats 25c
on us for..
Natural gas appliances
a specialty. Come and
see stoves in operation.
J. Rut herford
lrT I M w m
Walsh & Co.
Is the place to buy
Climax Sioves, Ranges
and House Furnish
On Guns, Ammunition and
Hunting Goats. Be sure to
examine the principles of
I Hot Air Furnace 1
You will say, like others 1
have said : "it is the BEST I
in the market." 1
No. 1050 South Main st. i
Near Hankey Lumber Co. i
Akron Photo Eng. Co.
603 South Main st.
litle lift I w Co'.
Are owners of the "only com
plete Abstract Plant in Sum
Remember this when buying a home.
226 South Main St. Jfe&, 0.
I Are You Going to Have
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you are don't fail to look over
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J you have it done.
S We have the Photographs
f We have the Crayons
x We have the Pastels
We have the Water Colors
All artistically arranged on our
walls, the best that money can
buy, and last but not least we
x are the people to buy of, be
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quality and best satisfaction.
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U Photographer and x
Don't GO Out of Town
to get tickets printed. My system of print
ing tickets without loss to the customer Is
not excelled by any printer on earth. Per
sonal supervision of the entire work by the
proprietor himself Is the way It Is done at
Give me your next order, large or small,
I will guarantee satisfaction. In other
words, I will pay cash value for tickets
by authorized persons.
nnteci at tnis omc wnicn were not som
Fr Ira -ting
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Safety Ticket Printer, 105 Main st.
Everett Building. Tel. 24i.
MILITANT DAHCnJG ACADEMT..
lleglnners' Class Monday evenings,
8 o'clock; Ad vnnco Class Wednesday
evenings, 8 o'clock. Private Instruc
tions by appointment. Music fur
nished for parties, etc. Hall can be
rented for dances, concerts;, etc.
uauat Acaaemy Daiween v ana u
a.m. and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. W. A.
Barron, residence, No. 701 East Mill
A cordial Invitation
is oxtended to all to CALL AT
For MEALS or WET GOODS.
Full line of Domeitio and Im
If you want scientific Shooing see
The best of help. Kind Treatment
3nd all work guaranteed.
If you have lame horses, let us
RICH, The Horseshoer,
Phone 832. 411 South main st
For Fumltnre. Xllnm,
Tilirg. Kardwaad Finish
i BAIRO BROS. CO. C CltVIMNB, o
nil LOOK NEW I
fjl rorutibf ,
lalk of Powers Framing One
as to China..
DDE TO CDE KEPBESEXTATIOS.
Cct Believed Tbls Country- Would Ee a
Party to Treaty, OttIqs to Opposition
at Home Proposition Considered a
Feeler at Some of the Knibasaies.
"WAsmxGToy, Nov. 27. In official
and diplomatic quarters much interest
was manifested in the plan put forward
in j-ionaon caoies or a treaty among tne
great powers defining spheres of infra
en'ce iu China. That anything in the
shape of a formal treaty to be nis.de be
tween the powers interested in the fut
ure of China as to the outcome of the
gotiations now in progress, is not be
lieved here, though an understanding of
a loss formal nature is possible. These
negotiations followed the frank request
cf Secretary Hay upon some of the gov
ernments which had already given him
verbal and informal assurance of the
continuation of all our treaty rights in
Chinese territory to have these agree
ments reduced to form.
It was not regarded as necessary to
go beyond that' point, and although it
Ireqnemly happens as the result ot ini
tiating negotiations that the scope of
tnem is orouaenea iar oeyoaa anything
originally in contemplation, it is be
lieved that such will not be the case
now and that there will be no necessity
for a general and formal treaty. It
would be estreuiely difficult to frame
pny such convention so as to secure the
ppproval of the United States senate
without a protracted struggle, that
might disclose disagreeable weak
nesses in the goverument'3 policies,
and besides the effort would be sure to
arouse oppssidon from the considerable
element in the United States which is
unalterably opposed to any sort of for
Of coarse this statement applies only
to the United States, and there could
be no objection on our part to tho other
powers joining in a treaty covering for
eign rights in China, provided there
was nothing in the agreement obnoxi
ous to our just and proper e'aims. On
the whole, having in view the highly
satisfactory utterances in the French
chambers of M. Deleave, the French
minister of foreign ailairs, respecting
the maintenance of the "open door" in
China, there is felt in official quarters
to be reason for expecting a successful
outcome of the negotiations on this sub
ject opened by the United States.
At some of the foreign establishments
the proposition was considered a
"feeler," resulting from the recent in
quiries made by the American govern
ment as to the attitude of the great
powers. Other influential members of
the diplomatic corps pointed out that
the plan was the logical consummation
of the scheme initiated between Russia
and Great Britain, where spheres of in
fluence would bo defined. The Chinese
legation views the proposition as purely
conjectural, and the Chinese minister,
Mr. Wu Ting Fang, when his attention
was directed to the matter, regarded it
SILVER REPUBLICANS MET.
Towne Said Congressional Action
force Silver to the Front.
Chicago, Nov, 27, -The executivo
committee of the Silver Republicans
Alliance with the Democratic party
in the coming campaign will De the up
permost topic of discussion.
Mr. Towne, in discussing the political
"If congress this winter, in response
fo the demand of the president, destroys
the bond paying value of silver, calls in
silver certificates and reissues gold pay
ing certificates, the silver question wdl
be a leading issue in the next presiden
"Such action on tho part of congress
would furnish an entirely different
proposition from that which confronted
the people iu tho last campaign. The
Republican party won because of the
fear of tho ratio of 16 to 1. The adop
tion of the Gage and McKinley finan
cial plan by congress would meau the
contrction of the currency of the coun
try and the people would be confronted
With a fact, not a theory, in the battle
of standards. The silver question is
not dead iu American political affairs."
TO PUSH FINANCIAL MEASURE.
SXembois of House Republican Commit
tee Met at Henderson'ft Rooms.
Washington, Nov. 27. Soen of the
Republican caucus committee appointed
at the lass session of congress to pre
pare a general financial measure for re
port to the coming congress gathered at
prospective Speaker Henderson's rooms
at the Ncrmandio hotel and informally
considered the bill prepared by the com
mittee in Atlantic City during the past
summer. The members present were
Messrs. Henderson, Babcock, Morris
(Minnesota), Curtis (Kansas), Payne,
Dalzsll and Over&treet.
Mr. Henderson does not look for any
essential changes in the bill, but says
the members are firm in the faith aud
the purpose to push the measure at the
coming session. The .committee is
waiting to have a joint meeting with
the senate committee, if possible dur
ing the coming week, before the Re
publican caucus next Saturday night.
IL E. OHCEOH CONGEESS,
Celegatcs From tho Northern end South
ern CfurcUes In Attendance
at St. Louis.
St. Louis, Nov. 27. The Methodist
Episcopal church congress begau its
sessions at Lindell Avenue M. E. church.
There was no formal organization and
the proceedings took the form of usual
religious services. The sermon was
prcacned by Bishop Henry White War
ren of Denver. "There were present
delegates from different sections of the
country. The formal organization of
the congress will taite place today at
Lindell Avenue church. Various topics
relating to the church and it3 work will
be considered. Delegates from the
southern aud western churches are pres
ent. Bishop J. H. Vincent, known every
where through his connection with
Chautauqua work, is one of tho lore
most meu in tho congress. Bishop J.
H. Fitzgerald is also takiug uu activo
part. Bishop W. X. Ninde is expected
to be present later iu the week.
WRECK IN A FOG.
ratsenscr Train Run Into Freteht Tiro
JJJjJ t li:J::ril 31ay Die.
PiTTsnuna, Nov. 27. During a dense
fog the Baltimoro and Ohio Cleveland
express dashed iuto a freight ou the
Pitt&burg Junction railroad. The en-
A THANKSGIVING PRESENT
In the nature of a good overooat or a good
suit of ofothlng for father, son or friend is
about as appropriate a gift as any you can make, and, will
be highly appreciated by every receiver. See our fine
stock to select frqm.
One-Price Clothier and Outfitter
(SO and 112 E. IVIarlcot
gWFor the accommodation of our customers we
keep open Wednesday night as our store is closed all day
gineer did not see the flagman's signal.
D. J- Scanlon, fireman. New Castle,
scalded about the head and boay, leg
badly lacerated, scalp wound and in
ternal injuries, will die.
Michael Doggan, fireman, Bennett,
right leg amputated at the thigh, se
verely bruised about the body and in
ternally injured, will die.
Engineer Charles Welty, severe in
juries about the head and body, will re
cover. John "Wilkius, Bennett, wrist dislo
cated, badly bruised by flying wreckage,
riagr From the Kaiser.
Chicago, Nov. 27. Dr. Von Holle
ben, German ambassador to the United
States, in the presence of 2,000 Ger
mans, presented a flag sent by Emperor
William to the united Gorman soldier
societies in Chicago.
Justice White Had Grip.
Washington", Nov. 27. Associate
Justice White of the supreme court is
confined to his home with an attack of
the grip. He was reported slightly bet
ter last night and hopes to resume his
duties in a few days.
Mfijor Howard'i Body Expected.
Ojiaha, Nov. 27. The remains of
Major Guy Howard, son of General O.
O. Howard, who was killed recently in
the Philippines, will likely arrive in this
city today from San Francisco.
Telephone 4? 8.
L. J. HEFFERNAN,
f. Markot savfc.
Full line of Chandeliers for Gas and Electric Light. Porta
bles, Brackets, Globes, Shades, Wellsbach Lamp for Natural
and Artificial Gas. Largest and newest stock in the city.
Call and sec before buying.
I 203 E. Market st.
k POINTED VfRGU-VSEHMnr
One-half the cost of making beer is paid for lahor. The employ
ment of labor at good wages, by her institutions, is the life of any city.
Why not then, if you drink beer
Drink Rennet SgfciKt Lager Beer
And keep the money that you pay for it in circulation at home? ,
Golden Band Bottled Beer, in pints or quarts . . Tel. 30
Seuator HayiTard Grevr Weaker.
Nebraska Cm, Neb., Nov. 27.
Senator Hayward was gradually grow
ing weaker, his pulse was accelerating
and it was thought he could not survive
German Xewapapers Hare Friendly.
Berlik, Nov. 27. TneGermannews
nabsrs gave an almost nattering recep
tion to the news of the British victory
in the Soudan.
After yon have concluded that you ought
not to drink coffee. It is not a -medicine,
but doctors order It because it Is healthful
Invigorating and appetizing. It Is made,
from pure grains, and has that rich seal
orown color and tastes like the finest grades
ol coffee, and costs about one-quarter as
much. Children like It and thrive on It, be
cause It Is a-genuine food drink, contninlns
nothing but nourishment. Ask your grocer
tor Grain-O. the new food drink. 15 and 2Zc.
Notice Is hereby given that an estimated
assessment of tho cost and expense of con
structing a local sewer In Harvard street,
from Thornton street to Russell avenue,
has been made upon the lots and lands
benefited by the lmproement. and men
tioned m an ordinance providing therfor,
passed October 2. 1899, and Is now file In the
office of the city clerk for the Inspection
and examination of tho personsJnterested
By order of the City Council.
CHARLES H. JBBELL.
Nov 27 Dec 4 11
NUTS "TO CRACK
for our competitors in candy-making
and selling. How we manage to' use
the best grades qf cugar, the purest
flavoring and other ingredients and sell
home-made candy from 10c up to 50c a
pound. But we do it and you are finding
it out rather rapidly, judging from our
daily increasing sales. Place your
Thanksgiving order for fruits, nuts,
candies and ice cream (all flavors,
brich or plain) with us now. Telephone
No. 2S9. All orders promptly delivered.
N. LASKARIS CO.
Phone 2SST. 162 South Howard St.,
& 652 S. Howard St., op. city building.
2X North Howard st
U yea are Interested In
GIVE US A CALL
Crown and Bridge "Work can't be beat.
Prices are consistent. Gold fillings 1
and up. Best teeth $8.00.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms
126 South Main st.
Open evenings- Sundays 10 to 1.
SIX E003I HOUSE, in good order, three
minutes walk to center of city. Enquire
116 North "Walnut st. or
H. R. OaHiilf
Tel. 195. Res.74r.
Cutlery For tne Hoiidayf
We sell the best and most reliable
Carvin? Sets . f
Knives and Forks I
And all kinds of Cutlery.
Rifles, Guns, Revolvers
Loaded Shells of all kinds.
Sporting goods of every $
Rohrbacher & Alien!
Builders' Hardware, Nails, X
Paints, Glass, Oil, Etc.
Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard st