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DIVORCE . "" umi wnaio COUNCIL have vou -tested i
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Alleges His Wife Has
Judge Kohlcr Heard Testi
Intimates That Decree Will be
Mrs. McKisson Will be Given Judg
ment For Alimony.
Ex-Mayor Robert B. McKisson np
poared in tbo Common I'leas couit In
Elyrla yesterday ad an applicant for a
divorce, says a Cleveland special. His
case was heard by Judge- Kohlcr or Ak
ron, but the decree giantlng the dl
vorce was not entered upon tbo Jour
nal of tho court. Juago Kohlcr Inti
mated last night that he would giant
Mr. McKisson a divorce decree In a
day or two, but refused to make- a
definite statement regarding It until
tho formal decico, has been entered up
on the couit records. It Is understood,
however, that tho attorneys wero In
formed that a dlvorco would bo grant
ed and that all that remains Is tho for
mal act of drawing a decree
Tho suit for divorce was commenced
by M,rs. McKisson, who charged her
husband with gross neglect. Tho ox-
mayor filed a cross-petition, making
similar charges against his wife. Ev
ery possible effort was made to pre
serve secrecy lu the proceedings and
the fact that even tho dlvorco papers
had been filed did not leak out.
.The parents of Mrs. McKisson live
near Oberlln, which is in Lorain coun
ty, of which Elyrla is tho county seat
It Is supposed that Mrs. McKisson
went to tho home of her parents and
gained a legal residence In Lorain
county before filing hor suit. Tho law
requires that a divorce case cannot be
heard until 'at least six weeks after
the petition is filed.
Judge Nye of Elyria ts sitting upon
tho Common Fleas bench In that city,
but for some reason, said that ho could
not hear tho McKisson case. On that
account Judge Kohlcr, who belongs
to the same judicial district, was sum
moned to Elyrla yesterday to try the
Mrs. McKisson did not appear at the
trial In person and made no defense
against her husband's cross-petition.
She was represented at the trial, how
ever, by an attorney, S. E. Thomas of
Elyrla, Hon. E. G. Johnson, of Elyria,
a well known lawyer and Re
publican politician, appeared as coun
sel for Mr. McKisson.
Ex-Mayor McKisson took tho wit
ness stand in his own behalf and testl-
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People go along for years, suffering
with piles. They try this and that and
tho other thing, from carrying a buck
eyo to getting tieatment from a phy
sician. Thpy obtain temporary roller,
maybe, but they aro never quite cured.
A llttlo strain lu lifting, excessive fa
tigue, a little constipation, or a llttlo
diarrhoea and tho piles como back.
They don't seem to amount to much,
but they banish sleep and appetite.
,rNo position is comfortable. Thero Is
intense local pain and that dreadful
agonizing feeling of wolght In tho
Maybe in tho early stages bomp of
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temporary, relief. If tho case is of
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months of severe suffering. In ex
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knife. Will euro easier, quicker and
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s trifling compared with what it does,
.he pried Is one dollar. Most anybody
would gladly pay ten dollars to bo
rid of piles.
Druggists sell Pyramid Tile Cure.
f your's hasn't It, ho will get It for
rou from tho Pyramid Drug Cq., Mar.
lhall, Mich., solo manufacturers.
it --w i h -.. -. . . -h n rr.mi m rai imm -4
is the mart;
, Contains no alkali
fled at length lcgardlng tho alleged
neglect of his wife. Tluee or four
other witnesses were examined and
several depositions wero 'offered In ovi
denco. Judge Kohlcr said last night that
ifrs. McKisson would receive alimony,
the amount having been agreed upon
out of .court.
Tho McKisson dlvorco proceedings
will cause a great deal of a sensation
in Cleveland, although thero have been
rumors In tbo past that tho ex-mayor
and his wife did not get along amica
bly together and that dlvorco proceed
ings might bo instituted. A year ago
last spring when Mr. McKisson was a
candidate for re-election' for mayor the
loport was quite generally circulated
that there wero domestic difficulties
in tho McKisson family and that Mrs.
McKisson would begin dlvorco pro
ceedlngs. Tho report5was Indignantly
denied, however, by both McKisson
and his wife. Tho denial led to tho
supposition that tho report was simply
a campaign yarn.
It was reported last night that Mr.
McKisson will soon marry a well
'known West Sldo lady.
At Mr. McKlsson's residence at Io.
84, Tllden avo., it was said last night
that both the ox-Mayor and bis wife
wero out of tho city and their where
abouts could not bo learned.
J. Odcers, of Frostburg, Md., writes:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney
complaint and tried Foley's Kldnoy
Curo which gave mo Immodiato re
lief, and I was perfectly cuied after
taking two bottles." Tako no sub
J. M. Laffer, J. Lamparter & Co.,
Real Estate Transfers
(Furnished by tho Abstract, Title
Guaranteo and Trust Company, No.
220 South Main st)
Georgo Carper and wfo to Amanda
If all, about 05 acres In lots 10 and 11
in tract 8, Springfield township, $8,000.
George J. Pfelfla and wife to Au
gusta Kascb, 50 feet on 'Delia st., near
W. Exchange St., $335.
Buchtcl college to Luclnda W.
Brown, 45 feet on Carroll st, $500.
Howard G. Goodwin to Georgo W.
Parker and others, a lot of land in the
rear of Market st., tear West st,
Georgo Carper and $vlfo to Samuel
S. Carper, about 100 acres of 'land In
lots 10 and 11, tract 8, Springfield
Samuel Bachtcl and wife to William
F. Woyrlch and others, 01 feet on
Manchester Road, southwest of city,
John McCrory and wife to The Board
of Education of tho city of Akron, O.,
100 feet on Gets ave., near Stelner
avo., $3,500. jk
Noah R. Stelnor and wife to Tho
Board of Education of the city of Ak
ron, O., 50 feet on Stelner? aye., corner
Gotz ave., $000.
Nellie E. Ross and husband to Tho
Boaid of Education of tho city of
Akron, O., CO feet on Btelner ave.,
Burton S. Mooro to Tho Board of
Education of tho city of Akron, CO
feet on Stelner ave, near Got? avo,,
The Fourth Church of Christ of Ak
5 the man who smokes
Old Virginia Cheroots
2 has a satisfied, "glad I have got it"
expression on his face from the time
J he lights one. He knows he will 5
m not be disappointed. No matter m
J where he buys one Maine or Texas,
q, Florida or California he knows they
g will be just the same as those he gets jg
pi at home clean well made burn
even taste good satisfying I .
g Three hundred million Old Virginia Chcro'ots smoked this
gg year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. 2
ron, O., to The Board of Education,
50 feet on Stelner ave., near Gotz
ave., $1,000. '
John McNamara and wife to A. P.
Pursoll, 54 feet on Center st, 'in Bar
John McNamara and wife to A. P.
Pursell, 00 feet on Center st., in Bar
Caroline Frclicr and others to John
Wood and others, 100.33 feet on Chest
nut st., corner Pino st., $1500.
Josephine Fisher to Anthony J.
Dietrich, a lot of land fronting on
Buckoyo st., $1400.
A. Louisa Sumner to John A. Neal,
78 feet on Edge st $210.
Andrew Reich to Edward J. Lob.
dell, a lot of land fronting on Bald
win st, near .Main st., In tbo village
of Hudson, $1 and other good consid
cratlons. Elizabeth M. Simpson to Fred F.
KUngman, trustee, a lot of land front
ing on Baldwin st, near Main St.,
In tho villago of Hudson, $1 and other
Fred F, Klingman, trustee to Andrew
Reich, a lot of land fronting on Bald
win st, near Main st, In the villago
of Hudson, $1 and other good consider
ations. Levi Kryder to Sarah J. Bradon, 44
feet on Maple st, $050.
William Mngenan and others to
Carrie Smith, about 60 foot on Man
chester Road, $300.
Arthur A. Mooro and others to John
W. Porter, 6 lots in Mooro's allotment
In tho village of Barberton, $1000.
Samuel A. Click and wlfo to Maggie
Treesb, aero on New Portage Road
in Coventry township, $02.50. '
Heirs of Alexander H. Cummins to
Frank W. Stouffcr, 37.6 feet on Beach
Fred E. Smith and wife to Charles
McFadden, 50 feet on Chittenden st,
Cora V. Geer and husband to Susan
Brown, B0 feet on tbo boulevard near
South st., $325.
Wm. T. Sawyer to Louis Beck, 62.61
feet on Cuyahoga Falls Road, $500.
Emma L. Kasch to George J. Pfelflo,
45 feet on Sprankle ave., $325,
Fanny A. Kohler and husband to
John G. Wetzsteln, 50 feet on Thorn
ton st, corner Princeton, $400.
Wm. W. Chamberlain to Orrilla O.
Chamberlain, about 50 acres in Bos
ton township, $1 and other cousldera
Orrilla C Chamberlain and husband
to Maria M. Furgerson, about 50 acres
in Boston township, $1000.
J. W. James and wlfo to Anton
Struckloy, 45 fpot on Rango st, Barber.
Charles H. Palmer and wlfo to The
Columbia Chemical company, 21 lots
1 Aw" wESP
The larreit Millinery
Bronoh Store, 1171 Smith Maltl Strfiftt.
In Palmer's addition to Barberton,
Jcnnio M. Wunderllch to Mikel Drls
coll, COCO feet on Wunderllch avo.,
Bai bcrton, $250.
There aro a
at this time,
but for general
health and comfort
that is the
Along the line of
we offer you
Call and examine.
Rpady-to-Wear Clothiers and
168 Main Street. 168
Two very fine matched
teams, standard bred, -and
five very fine single drivers,
ranging from 1150 to 1200
1350 Soulh Main Street.
Of Children'!! Trimmed Ilats.
All tho now Poke shapes.
All our fine WALKING
HATS, former prico from
$l.a5 to S1.75, SPECIAL for
Friday and oor
Saturday, - "
EitbUaraent la Akroi.
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Decided to Purchase jjjJJ,JL-JJm
Fire Engines and Ap
paratus For City
Recommended by Board
Three Members of Council Op
posed to the Purchase.
Matter of Lighting East Market Street
The City Council, by a otc of eight
to three at Monday night's meeting,
decided to purchaso two flro engines,
one aerial truck and two combination
rcse carts, as iccomraended by the
Boaid of City Commissioners flo
After tho lire .and water committee
had teportcd In favor of the resolu
tions to contract with tho American
Fire Engine Company for one metro
iolitan engine; the Thomas Mannlug
Co , for, one Manning engine; tho Flic
extinguisher Company for one aeilal
trucU and the Ilolloway Company, for
two combination hose carts, Council
man Brady arose and said ho would
favor tho passage of the resolutions,
provided tho city ,Would execute its
promises to build a lire station In the
old Fifth ward at comer of YVooster
avenue and Water streets.
Commissioner Palgo said the Board
of City Commissioners favored tho
building of a tile station in .the old
Fifth ward. ,
Counclimen 'Paul, Mciz, and Flebeg-
cr voted against tho purchaso of new
Are apparatus at tho bids submitted
ond beliced the city should rc-udver
Tho vote stood: Ayes Brady, Brodt,
Blown, Koons, Mason, Maikle, Plske,
Itlce. Nays Flebeger, Mcrz, Paul.
AGREED TO POSTPONE.
By mutual request of tho attorneys
representing tho Wellsbach Gas Light
ing Company and the Northern Ohio
Tiactlon Co., tho proposition of light
ing I'nst Market street with gas was
continued for two weeks. Councilman
MarKle mated that every momber ot
the Council 'should thoroughly inves
tigate tho matter and he moved that
the City Clerk bo Instructed to write to
cities now using tho Wellsbach gas
lights for Information.
The franchises ordinance granting
permission to tho Northern Ohio Trac
tion company to extend Its tracks on
West Maikct street from Cobb avenuo
west to tho city limits, petitioned for
by over one-half of the property ow&
eve, was read 'and passed under sus
pension of the rules. An ordinance to
change tho name of Bare street to
Edgewood avonue, was passed.
Oidlnances to condemn property to
oxtend Second, Thiid and Fourth sts.
wero passed. These streets aro In tho
Second ward and tho property con
demned belougs to tho Cleveland Ter
minal & Valley railroad, where tho
stieets cross tho company's tracks. It
wns nover dedicated to the city for
street purposes by tho Railroad com
RESOLUTION PASSED. ,
A resolution contracting with Con
tractor S, O. McGowan to construct
sidewalks for the city for tho ensuing
year was read and passed. M,cGowan's
bid, recently submitted to the Board
of City Commissioners, was $2059 87.
The contractor will fyrnlsh all mater
Resolution to condemn property for
const! uctlon of a tualn trunk sower in
dlstilcts Nos,-l, 0, 8, 0, was passed.
Poor Dl lector Joseph Kendall re
ported that $302.10 had been expended
during tho mouth of October for poor
Maj'pr Voiiub reported that ?231.00
IF NOT, THERE IS A TREAT IN STORE FOR YOU.
Sealed, Load Packets only. BOc- and 00c por pound, at all Grocers
fcSBlack, Mixed and Natural Leaf Green.1
had been collected for lines and li
censes during October.
Acting Chief of Police Edw. Dunn
reported that 105 arrests had liton
made during October.
Today tako Foley's Honey and Tar.
It positively prevents pneumonia, or
other serious results from colds. It
may bo too late tomorrow.
J. M. Laffer, J. Lamparter & Co.,
Veterans Met ond Discussed Their
A meeting of tho newly formed lo
cal camp of Spanish-American War
Veterans vas held last night In Com
pany B's armory, after the regular
drill of the company was concluded.
The committee on by-laws requested
more time, as they are awaiting liter
ature from the national headquarters
which will greatly iifblst them In
The charter has not yet arrived, but
will probably be heie ;n another week.
A meeting is called for next Monday
night, when It is hoped everything will
bo In readlnesb to complete the organi
zation. Several more ex-soldiers who served
in the war with Spain have announced
a deslic to become members of the lo
cal camp, and they will bo taken in
as soon us tho charter arrives.
About 20 or 25 of the present mem
bers attended last night's meeting in
cluding several members of Company
Fire In a Block.
At G o'clock Monday evening pre was
discovered in .tho third story qf the
Grain-0 is not a stimulant, lik
coffee. It is a tonic and its effects
A successful substitute for coffee,
because it has the coffee flavor that
Lots of coffee substitutes in the,
market, but only one food drink
All grocers: 15c. and !Sc
) ;j Not. excelled in materials or designs. ; ;!
Special Sale This Week
j Smith & Teeple's j
I j; Prices bo low that thoy will surprise you. i s
No. 172 S. BVIaln St.
SfJP(rf?f!Vi'sr: mas '
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in ci&a .as. viaQlrt St., Akron. til
W, Open, 8 to 8 dally; 9 to l Sundays. Phgi; 1051. bli, RBNSGlti", Mffr W.
Sclberllug block, nt 151 and 153 S.
Howard Ft Tho rooms aro occupied
by Mrs. E, L. Carter as living apart
ments. Tho alarm was turned in from
Box 51. The flro was extinguished
with few buckets of water. Tlt
Done Daily In Akron. Many
Citizens Tell of It.
Nearly eerj reader has heard of
Doau's Kldnny puis. Their good work
In Akron btlll continues and our citi
zens aro constantly adding endorse
ment by public testimony. No better
proof of mrlt can be had than tho ex
perience of friends and neighbors.
Rend tills case.
Mrs. F. S. Gordon of 153 Benjamin
st., sajs: "Doau's Kidney Pills gave
me freedom from -gnawing backache,
strengthened my kidneys and removed
I he annoyance caused by the kidney se
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Doan's Kidney P.lls and went to Lam
patter & Co 's drjg store and got them.
Affr taking the treatment I was no
longer weighed down with languor in
the morning, mj head felt better and
the dizziness dleappeaicd. My back
was strengthened and I was generally
invigorated. I can unhesitatingly rec
ommend Doan'h Klaney Pills to
Tor sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-M lburn Co., Buffalo, N.
1'., sole agents for the TJ. S.
Remember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
A Poosuro to Smile.
Life Is crcmnccl with pleasure It the teeth
nro good ond kept good. The beauty of
tbcm Is a strong enough advocate for good
teetu.but tfcev help the health as well as
the looks. If ou have bad teeth, have
them fixed or taken out.
Our Crowu and .Bridge Work will please
and benefit j ou.
Dr. 1-4 . J. Sounders,
Succesor to Dr. Felter.
Office. Hnll Jlloek, cor Howard and
Market. Open Evening!'. Sundays
from 10 to 6.
On November 29th
This year the clans will gather for the
usual Thanksgiving celebration. Don't
mar the festivities by unsavory odors
unhealthful at that by having any
defective plumbing, leaking pipes, bad
dialnagc and all the rest, in your
house. See us quick and have every
thing in good shape.
Kubler & P,ack blook,
Tel. 968. 504 South Main St
His Front Teeth Si dS
'? 0 3 Are Perfect
and bridgo work inserted it can't
be doteoted from natural teeth.
Yo nre justly proud of our work In
this line, ns well as our fruriillar
methods of extracting tooth, and
tile golentlflo mid beautiful man
nor In which nil fillings and, (also
.teoth nro mado. No ohanre for
'oxtrnotlnrr when we make your
Consultation and Examination pros
Fine Set Teeth $5.00. Bridge Work
$3.50 to $5 per tooth. Fillings spc
up. Crowns $3 to $5.