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akeon daily democrat. "Wednesday, November 7, 1000
THE WEATHER THURSDAY.
Rtpltnlth Your Underwtar
The weather is here. Tho goods
aro here at the right prices. We
' can fit all sizes and keep J'l warm
! from the cold blasts of winter.
AX 30c EAOH-Mcn's Jeisey rib
bed and flececid underwear, good
weight, splendid quality, woi-th 60c.
AT 50c: EACH Men's "Banltary"
fleeced underwear, felled seams,
steam shrunk, our "special."
AT 75c EAOH Men's wool cam
el's hair underwear, all sizes, silk
nnlshed, nice nud soft
AT 1 UAOU Men's natural
wool and camel's hair underwear,
good weight. Just tho garment for
those exposed to out door work.
AT $l.i!5 Men's medicated wool
inderwear, made from the llnest of
yarn, in- all sizes. To those who
suffer from rheumatism wc recom
mewl this garment highly.
AT 23c KAOH Ladles' fleeced
underwear, In good heavy weight,
all sizes, nlso out sizes. We have
done our best to get a good 25 cent
garment, and we think we havo It.
AT SOc AND BOc Ladles' rests
intl pants, lleece lined and silk trim,
mod. made fioni lino Maco.yaiu.
AT 50c BACH Ladles' Nutural
wool underwear, extra fine Qual
ity, was made to sell for $1.
AT CiOc EACH Ladles' Union
suits, In nattnal and Mnco, fleeced,
all sizes, a splendid garment for
AT 1 Lndica' natural union
suits, "Muuslug," tho grado that
won't shrink, In nil sizes.
AT Cc UP Children's un
derwear in all grades, in camel's
hair, giey and Maco, fleeced.
! AT 23c KACH-Boy's heavy
fleeced underwear, nil sizes, will
j tit ages fioni eight yenrs to 10
! AT 10c EACH Misses nnlon
suits, fleeced, assoited sizes; all
union suits made In "Oneitn"
AT 10c A PAIR Ladies' fast
J black stockings that wear. Wo
bare never seen Its equal nt 12'c
AT 12&e A PAIR Ladles' fast
black bosjery, also white foot, lu
full fashioned, splendid qunllty.
AT 15c A PAIR-A flno stocking,
' made or good yarn, all sizes, a
t stocking for hard wear.
I AT 25c A PAIR Ladles' polka
j dot hosiery, also fancy stripes, very
j popular this season.
t dren's hosiery Is tho best money
! can buy; nil made with double heels
I and knees, "FAST BLACK" nar-
! row and wldo rib.
I 150-152 S.Howard st.
Arcade Cafe et Buffet..
LADIES' and ... .
Every Delicacy In Season I
Opart Day and Night
H. E. SCHMIDT, Manager
I Nolan Bros.
Wo havo a lino of Cross &
Blnckwell s imported Preserves,
Pck!es, Viiiogtus, etc. .Also a
flno Hue of II. T. Ilclnz & Oo.'s
Havo you neon our lino of Im
ported Fancy Baskets? Tho fin
est line of basket r over put on
Our high grade Tons and Oof
fees are gunrnntood to givo satis
faction. It will pay you to givo
them a trial.
The only complete lino of
Fancy and Ornamental candles
in tho city. Oan suit you in
unything in eandlos.
301-303 Mill st. Akron, O.
Tel. People's and Central, both
ITho work norse and the carriage
liorto stood sldo by side on tho street.
'J see you take your meals n la cart"
ablffed the latter, looking disdainfully
Of the other's canvas feed bag.
"Yps." replied tho equlho toiler.
"Nolsb, neigh, Paullnel" and the
proud, aristocratic mare rattled the sil
ver chains upou her harness. "I prefer
mine stable d'oat."-Pblladolpblo Bui.
Binnd on Ceremony,
BxcltPd l.udy (on the beach) Why
Isn't something done for that ship In
distress? Why don't some of you
Chief Coast Uunrd (hurriedly) We
are doing all wo can, madam, and have
sent the crew n lino to coiuo ashore
Kxclted Lady (to her companion)
flood gracious, Mntllua. Just fancy, Uio
slUjr fallow were uctually waiting for
a foruutf Invitation! Glasgow Times.
Gains In Congress
Made bythe Administra
That Party Now In Abso
Of All Branches of tho Govern
Next Congress 'Will
Chicago, Kov. 7. (Spl.) Tho best
information this morning shows Con
gressional results as follows: I
Independents 8. -""
This would bo a Republican major.
Ity of 41, as compared with .fifteen
two years ago. Tho greatest changes
were made In tho East.
Republicans gained henvlly In New
York and Pennsylvania. California
changes over to the Republican col
umn. The Sennto will nlso show Re
publican gains from Delaware, Utah
and South Dakota, whero Pettlgrow Is
Making allowances for other changes
tho Senate- Is likely to bo composed of
5 Republicans, 26 Democrats and 0
JUDGE MARVIN '.
Carries Cuyahoga County by Almost
Cleveland, O., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Judge
U. L. Marvin runs ahead of McKlnloy
In Cuyahoga county. Unofllclal roturns
from all of the precincts give Marvin
40,291; Green 41,412. This Is a plur
ality of 4,872 In Cuyahoga county for
Was Ready to Head Delegation
Tho Diamond band was held
roadncss for a triumphal inarch. Dur
Ing tho entire evening and until nflpr
midnight "opnq liouso" was kept.
Supt. Marks, of tho Diamond coin
pany, bought tho boys cigars and oth
er things which go to mnko. II fo beara
ble, and when It boenmo known to a
reasonnblo certainty that things looked
fnvorabln for McKlnley nn Impromptu
parndo was started, tho band loading.
For a short tlmo It looked as though
there would bo a repetition of tho
scenes of 'DO, when a general exodus
took plnco In tho direction of Canton.
Tho lain, howQVor, togothor with tho
lack of available cars, killed tho pro
ject almost ns soon as It was suggest
ed, and tho parado gradually dwindled
away, as the marchers grow damper
outsldo and drier Inside, until tho bund
was loft almost nlono lu its glory.
DTcro Is an olcctlou talo from Eddlu
McBrldo in yesterday's Buffalo En
qulror, which ho picked up on a recent
visit to Now York.
A couplo of clerks In an uptown
clothing store made a frenk bet on
tho general result tho other day. If
tho Itcpublleun lows, ho has undertak
en to wulk tip to John L. Sullivan, as
Umt bulky worthy sits In stnto in tho
rear room of hla noloou, tap tho mighty
John plqyfully on tho check, and rat
tle off tho childish words: "Beau por
ridgo hot, bean porridgo cold, bean
porrjdgo lu tho pot nlno days old," un
til such time an tho ox-chumplon of
thorn all takes notice, If tho Nebras
ka:! candldato Is wiped out at tho
polls, tho Bryan clothing clerk will
hnvp to trip lightly Into tho saloon of
Joo Walcott, tho ebony Barbadoes mtd
dlcwolght pug, who has walloped a
number of thd heavyweights, skittish
ly poko him In tho ribs, and then ox
claip) with the- full power of his
lupss: "Pat-a-cake, pat'a-eake, ba
Boys ana Girls
Tho kind that wear. Wo
guarnnteo thoy will givo satis
faction. If you try a pair
you will buy uo other.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
Trunks and Satchels
SHOE AND TRUNK HOUSE
South Howard street
mmiimuuninn ww imM
Tho only Union Made Flonr fn
the United States. Every 'snek
warranted to givo satisfactions
FOB SAIPJ BY
1136 E. Market Street.
W"Ordor by postal card,
ker's man, bake
a cako as quick as
you can, etc.
Tho bet was niado before "yours on
tho level," tho ponderous John L., went
to tho hospital to havo an operation
porformed, but it Is to hold good until
tho mlghry man from Boston gots back
to his fcnloon, In caso tho man who
took Unit end of It loses. Mr. Sullivan
does not permit oven his Intlmato
friends to toy with him, nor his Imme
diate attitude toward strangors who
approach him oven in a properly rever
ential spirit Invariably cordial. So It
ought to bo easy to Imtiglno the sort
of reception a freak election hotter
would bo likely to get nt bis hands,
particularly one who could presume
to tap him playfully on tho cheek, nnd,
more particularly still, ono who would
tako such a grovlous chance, just after
John 1i. had been turned loose nftor
a month's restless confinement In a
hospital. Tho .black middleweight Is
also a person of dignity,' and would
not bo apt supluoly to pubinlt to hav
ing his ribs poked and to having any
body bawl doggerel at him at (short
range. It looks as thought thrt loser of
th's lash bet had his work cut out for
Without Cosr to You.
If you aro suffering, or havo friends
suffering from kidney, liver, bladder,
or blood diseases, drop a postal card
(mentioning this paper) to Warnor'a
tiafo Cure Co., Rochester, N. Y., and
receive by return post n sample hot-
no or turners mho lyiiro, nnn mucn
vnluublo Information, nliMolntoly free.
Hives nro a terrible ttjrpent to the
little folks, and to somq older onos.
Easily cured. Dpan'a Ointment never
falls. Instant rollof, permanent euro.
At nny drug store, CO Qonta.
SHE HAD INFLJENCE.
ind tho rollcnninn rtenlUcd It Only
, Too Soon.
"Tho cop has been down on ma
year or so becaU6o I found fault vfuh
the color of his hnlr," said the Four
teenth street fakir as thcro was a lull
In business tho other duy, "and yester
day he comes along as I was scllin nn
old lady two pairs of shoestrings for 5
'"I'll run yo In If ye don't hov n
kccrl' says tho copper ns he halts at
" 'But what am 1 dolu?' says I.
" 'Obstructln the sidewalk,' says he.
" 'But I'm up ng'ln the bulldln.'
"'Don't make no difference. When
I say yer obstructln, then I "knows yet
obst.'uctm, and obstructln tho sidewalk
Is ag'in tho law.'
" 'But ain't I ng'ln the bulldln?' says I.
" 'Yer body Is,' says he, 'but Where's
yer breath? 'Ain't yo breath In over tho
sidewalk, and ain't that obstructln?'
" 'Then I'll stop brcathln."
" 'And ye'd better shet yer eyes too.
Obstructln is obstructln whether It's
with the body, tho breath or tho eyes.'
'"Can't I uso my voice to tell this
lady that sho kin hov two long or two
short pairs for 0 conts?' says I.
'"If yc do, I'll collar yd' says tha
cop. 'Didn't I say yer breath was an
obstruction, and kin yo talk without
usln yer breath? And what's tho old
woman a-doln here blockln tho way?'
" 'Take off yer hat when yer address
a ladyt' says she as sho braces up ta
him like a brick.
" 'But I ain't nddrcssln of one!' he
" 'Mcbbo not,' says she, 'but yer are
nddrcssln the mother-in-law of Police
Captain , and we'll leave It to him
"Say, cully, yer orter sco that copper
kerfiunkl Ho went red nnd pale, and
bis knees knocked together, and his
tongue bung out I chipped In and
called him a liar and a loafer, and he
never even tried to hit me. Blmcby he
sorter groaned and wabbled off, and
today he is shufflln'hls brogans among
tho dm Ides on Thompson street. Yot
can't alius tell whose raothcr-lu-law nn
old lady may bo, and It's a good rujo to
go slow and not let yer freshness work
out through tlio'top of yer Lat."
A Uvmunr'm Pleu.
"Could you spate a few cents for a
sick child, ma'am?" said a woman to a
young lady who was about to get on a
street car In Belleflold.
Being of a sympathetic nature, tho
young lady looked In her purse aud
found sho could spare a 5 cent piece.
The coin was handed to tho beggar,
who took It and said:
"Thank you, lndyl It'll bo a blessing
to tho child. It'll buy him a pint n
pint of milk," she added as an after
Tho car camo Just; then, nnd as tho
young lady mounted the steps she snld:
"Oh, don't get milk for the child!
Get blm tho pint!" '
The woman scowled, and tho car
rolled on. Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele-
"I'd bo willing," said the chronic dys
peptic, "to givo my month's ,galary to
any man who would Invent a piano
with common sense-keys only."
"What do you mean by common
"Why. tho kind thnt could only bo
used to look the blamed thing up."
Philadelphia Press. . n,r
"Tho room was torn up as If somo ter
rible struggle had takcu place there."
"Well, that doesn't necessarily Imply
deadly combat. Maybe somo man was
merely trying to get Into his last yqar's
flannel underwear." Chicago: itecord.
MlBlit llnve Ilccn Woro.
"Too bad, old man, about your rtlfo
"Ob, It might havo been worse. 1
wonder that she did not tako mo
along to look after her trunks." In
"Well, that Is a yellow proceedlngl"
exclaimed Mr. Belloueld to his wlfo.
"Painting sparrows and soiling them
for canaries." Pittsburg Chronlclo-
An It Strike Undo EJben,
"Some folks." said Uuclo Ebon, "Im
agines dey deserves credit fob boln con
tented In spite of poverty when do real
troof Is dat dej'd wither loaf dan work
an earn money." Washington Star.
"Say, that hunting dog Is no good- I
wouldn't have him around."'
"Yes, you would. Wo keep him to
lend." Chicago itecord.
A Trlcljy Dop;,
Not Jong ago n very fat spaniel was
Introduced into tho hotixo whera a fox
terrier liud always been the master.
Tho lt.'tter was told, however, to be
have well to tho newcomer untl not to
bully him. So thu two seemed fairly
friendly and In the end got lit tho hnbit
of taking short rnmbles together.
However, the fo tei rlcr was evident-,
ly of n thoughtful disposition nnd on
ono occasion camo ucmss a bank, or
wnll, which mis easy enough to leap
off, but there was givnter dlftlculty In
returning. The lox terrier sprung
down tho bank and enticed his heavj
Oompnnlon to follow; with tho result
that the latter could not get bAck.whllo
tho former, by reason of his greater nc
tlvlty, wus cosily ablo to do.
Now the terrier snw his opportunity,
returned homo and cruelly left his conit
panlon lamenting. Never did tuq for
mer seem hnpplcr or gnynr than on
that day whe he had onpo more the
solo run of the house nnd he sulked
Photo Button Machines
Also Campaign and Photo Buttons
Mado to order. Tlrlnx In your penny
nud other pliotis; wo will niako
thoni into photo buttons at small
cost. Photo button mountings of nil
stylos and nrlnes.
Everything In ploturo taking
WJIU1UBU1U Will lUlUU.
Geo. S. Dales & Son,
Tel, 10T2. South Main St., Akroq, O
when later on the spaniel had been
Cound.asslstcd up the wnll and brought
Since then tbtj.fox terrier 1ms repeat
edly" got the spnnlel down the sumo
plnce, with tho usual- result, and seems
to glory In hla mischievous net. Wheth
er tho "fat dog" will learn to avoid
temptation to such n ramble icuinlus to
bo sceu. Buffalo News.
Lady And you got that scar at
Sandy Pikes Yes. mum; dat's where
de binkemdn threw uii off. Chicago
Judge You hit the plaintiff with el
chunk of cpal, and your conduct pre
sents not one extenuating circum
stance. Defendant Beg pahdon, ijah; jes
one, soli. It was soft cool, ah I Chi
Mis 7eUowleaf (coyly) I never saw
any ono act so foolish as Mr. Sophtlo
when he's alone with a girl.
Miss Peppoiey Alono with a girl?
How could you ever see hlra under
such circumstances? Philadelphia
EnftlnmV old Houe,
A great curiosity Is n house 1,100
years of ago and yet fit for habltatlou.
This old dwelling, the oldest Inhabited
house lu England, wn3 built In tho
time of King Offa of Morcln. It Is oc
tagonal In shape, the walls of Its lower
story being of great thickness. Tho
upper part Is of oak. At one time tho
house was fortified and known by the
niimo of St. German's gnto. It BtaiuH
close to tho river Ver and only a fow
yards from St. Alban's abbey.
i linn Orcr Him,
"Oh, Mrs. Smith, do you know that
ypur sou Billy has been run over by a
"Oh, dear, dear! My poor boyi
Whatever shall I do? Where did It
"Underneath the railway arch. Bil
ly's standing there now!" London Fun.
Mrs. Brawn Mrs. Jones has joined
one of those correspondence schools.
Mrs. Smith What has she learned?
Mrs, Brown Well, sho hs learned
not to depend on her huslinml to mail
her correspondence. Harper'i Bazar.
' The Secret.
h So you knew whit mote the tides
As the' surini; from low to hlghf
Tt the love, lou Igu-, ,
Of the tuoon within the iky.
Oh, they follow where ihe euldei,
Do the lilthtul hearted tldcsl
Do you know what wooei the earth
Out'ol winter back to spring?
'Th the lote, Iotc, lore,
01 the lun, that mighty kin;.
01), tho rapture (hat has birth
In the kiss ol sun and earth!
Do you know what makes sweet tone
HBg for tne through all earth's striiat
'Tl the love, lote, love,
That you bilnit Into my life.
Ob, the lory of the soncts
In the heart where loe belonpsl
-Klla Vi heeler UUcoi in Smart Set
Thnt In Alrrnya Dnilerattoad.
In Norway a girl must havo a cef.
tlflcato that she enn cook beforo she
can, bo pmrrled. Nothing Is said about
tho mun having a certlficnto that ho
can provide something to cook, Low
n tho Mummy Aire.
Finding tho arguments of her hiiR.
band unanswerable, this aneleut Egyp
tian woman confessed herself beaten.
"You've got mo dead I" sho exclaim
ed, with omqtlon.
"Tnttn dry up!" thundered tho man,
with a torrlbjo look.
This was plainly tho natural order
of thlngo lu those days. Detroit Jour
All Declined Too.
Lois Did you hao any proposals
Lois Myl 1 didn't meet that many
Ella-Nor 1. They were all from the
same man. Philadelphia Bulletin.
Tn See lleraelf,
Mjs. Glvem Isn't Mrs. "Loudlclgh
rntller ostentatious about her charltn-
Mrs. Hoastom Ostentatious! I should
pay so. Why, that woman would llko
t tinvo n pier glass over hur mantle of
charity, Baltimore American.
He Do you think It Is proper for a
young man to kiss a glil on short no
Ske-I should say not If he enn
reach her lips without standing on a
chair. Ohtcu.go Times-Herald.
Cbnnao For tllm at Home.
Pslupger (the eminent pugilist, in ft
high stnto of Indignation) He offms
mo 5B.000 if I'll lay down In the tiff
roundl I'll show 'Ini, by ieorgo. I'm a
Mrs. Pslugger What's the matter
wltu trying to show me you're a gen-tleiiiabV-nhUatrn
The man thnt talks about the news
papers irdsquotlng HI ni Is the man that
hasn't any good excuse for getting
quoted orluluully. Chicago Journal
When appetite prevails over reason,
the first step to ranlc the glutton and
first step to mi
nkafd lu taken-
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The above out shows the great 7,000 barrel Copley
well on Sand Fork Creek, Lowis county, W. Va., as ib
flowed before tho flow was controlled. The. well is still
flowing 2,500 barrels every day. The oil brings $1.10 a
barrel. Tho sfciiying quality of this well proves conclu
sively that this new held will be very extensive. Invest a
fow dollars in the stock of the Sandy Fork Oil and Gas
Co. It will give you quick returns and large profits. We
may d,rill gushers like tho one represented above. We
will be satisfiod with 100 barrel wells ; even then the
stock will go far above par. One thing certain, the stock
will never sell for less money than offerod today. Don't
be among thosi who will bo too late. There is only a
small amount of stock .now unsold. Tho subscription
books will close in a fow days.
Place a few dollars in
county, W. Va. Here is an opportunity for investment that
is seldom equalled. Buv now
wells are drilling and tho developments may advance the
stock any day. It is confidently oxpected that the stock
of Tho Sand Fork Oil and Gas Co. will be a dividend,
paying stock in from four to six months. You will never
bo ablo to buy it for loss than it is offered today. You
can buy i now for 5 cents on tho dollar. Don't let this
opportunity pass. The stock will go abovo par.
The Groat Copley Gusher that was drilled six weeks
ago is still, flowing 2,500 barrels per day. We have 1,900
acres of good oil land in this now oil field. Wo are going
to commence drilling as soon as we can get material on
tho ground We may get a gusher as largo as the Copley
gusher. Our chances aro ns good ; yes, thoy are bettor
than they Hvere for the Copley when thoy commenced,
drilling. Wo know now it is an oil country, then tho y
did not know it, This is one of tho opportunities you
seldom hayg offered to you. Take hold and make some
money. Remember there is no one connected with . this
company hi' any capacity that will make ono dollar except
by tho dividends on tho stock, or by the advancement ot
tho samo. The proporty is paid for in full. Tho stock is
full paid and non-assossablo. All stock is the same.
Thoro is no preferred stock. All stock must advance
alike, and dividends must be declared and paid on all
$10 wilir buj . . . . v.
$25 will buy.
$50 will buy
$100 will buy
$1,000 will buy
spn-H. Russell, Sec'y,
'. I '
the now oil fields of Lewis
while tho stock is low. New
$200 in stock
$500 la stock
$1,000 in stock
,. ; . .$2,000 in stock
.$10,000 in stock
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