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TEtn WEATnER WEDNESDAY.
Wanner and rnln.
Desirable articles In cold weather
season. Wo arc liable to get win
ter any day. You had better pie
pare for It now.
Look at thoso prices, then look
at the values wp are giving.
AT -18c A PAIR KM blankets,
nice and soft, with bhic and red
boidcrs good qualities fr the price.
AT 75c A PA III 11-4 tan and
dark grey blankets, with thick
heavy fleece, blue nnd red holders.
AT $1 A PAllt 11-1 tan and dark
grey blankets, "Our Leader." the
best blanket ever made on a loom
for this price.
AT ..i.GO A PAIR Wool blan
kets, not all wool, but nice and soft,
with a good wo'ght, fancy borders,
In dark grey only.
AT ?2 A PAln Wool blankets,
11-1, with colored borders. This
blanket won't shrink In the wash
AT $-1 A PAIR-Flno, soft, all
wool plaid blankets country mado
In blue and white, pink and whites
black and whlto and red and
AT $500 A PAIR-A11 wool lino
blankets, with ted, blue and pink
borders, In puio white, grey and
At lower prices tliiui you enn af
ford to make them.
AT SI EACH Sateen covered
comforts, good size, filled with cot
ton, nicely quilted.
At $1.23, $l.nO & $1.7."-Flnecom-forts,
llllid with whlto cotton,
cjullted and corercd with fine sut
AT .'.00, $2.,'j0 TO $3.00 Ab soft
os down, nnd covered with largo
floweicd fcaieen that letnlls at 2Te
a, yard; elegant rjnlltcd designs.
AT Ifi.OO EACH Genuine down
comforts, "Odoiless," and wont
cast the down, quilted and lined
with fine sateen.
Seo our hlf,' stock of underwear.
150-152 S. Howard st.
Provides False New
To Disheartsned and
According to a Report
From Lord Roberts.
Hope That Kruger Has Gone to
To Secure Forolgn Aid, Is Hold
to tho Burghers,
London, Nov. rt.-(8pl.) Loul nob
erlH reporls that whllo thero aro un.
nilntalcablo signs that tho Boers aro
dlsbetiiiwied on account of tho pcarelly
food and ammunition, Pros. Steyn
is doing his utmost to encourage them
to qontlnuo tho trupglo by spreading
falso noww. In his speech lo thu Do
larcy burghers, pays Iloborts,
Devet had seized Norvais
Point aud 5,000 of thn Capo Dutch had
rlf-en agnlnnt thn Eugllftli. Krugor, dc
clared Btejn, hnd gono to Europe to
sccmG Intervention, falling In which
tio Trannvanl vould bo bold to tho
Rcjp'cas at the News of Boer!
Has Jlburll, on Gulf of Aden, Nov.
C.-(8pl )Tho Dutch crulHor Gcldnr
land, with President Kruger, touched
here fpdny The Tinn-uml iriwdint
eftlfj )e laid b hi k.iU bm i , f. Mug
much better. When told of coniiuued
Boer activity, Kruger sold ho was
glad tho Burghers aro still resisting
''Mai' thfty fleht without cessation,'
to qrted, "that Js what w o osk."
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Some peoplo are happy, others are sore. The happy
people yill always find more joy in looking at our
beautiful lino of Fall and Winter Suits and Over
coats. The Sore People
Will find c msolation iu our Fall and Winter lino of
Suits and Overcoats. To look at them is to inspire
new life in one. No matter who is elected, wo will
still continue to show exceptional values in Men's
Honrr J. Berrodin,
PEOPLE'S CLOTHIER, HATTER and FURNISHER,
fl 3. Main St., ' Kaiser Block
Bo You Pay
If so, WHY?
THE CITIZENS' CO-OPERATIVE REAL ES
rncorporaied under me lows oi me stole oi onio,
; Will sell you a Home a.t
charge you any interest.
You are cordially Invited to accept tlie benefits offered by our
plan. Careful Investigation courted.
Room 100, New Hamilton
. BliANKENIIAQEN-Mrs. Augusta
Blunkculiagcn, aged fiO years, died at
Jier lioimi ou Shci bandy Hill, Tuesday.
Dcnth was duo to dropsy.
Joq Jq$g So Classify
WAN'TED-Flist-class skirt and coat
niakeis. Now York Ladles' Tailor
ing, Room No. 30 ,Aicudo building.
HOY WANTED-Good position for
good, strong hoy; Inquho Wilgley
Ilro3., 120 N. Main Bt. 171-173
$' LWAYj llM s x
$ HEVii FAILS W
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111 Oniif-he Pnlfla Prnim snrl IE
W. l'UICE 2SC. Mfd. bv Jff
', v 232 3. Hfwm Stiect jr
The Stanley MT g. Co
Makes wqol undenvenr. Tlioy nso NO SHODDY WHATEVEU
In their mills. Have you bought your winter undorwenp? If
not, let us show you tholr line.
Mnlco lino rend-to-wcar clothing. Evory pleco of goods which
comes to their factory Is tested and If thero Is any cotton or shod
dy In It, they reject It. AVo havo tholr complete lino of suits nnd
overcoats. It's enwy to guarnulco such goods. You cau't lose,
neither can no.
Unliable Hatters, Clothiers, aud Furnishers.
118 and 120 Main Street.
You may think it strnnpo a
shoo houso hnnrllos modioino, but lot u$3 toll ypu
thorois lots of raodioino that doosn'fc oomo from
drug stores, and that isn't put up in bottlos, but it
does tho work just tho same and wo soli h. Our
proscription for tho nerves aro our porfout filing
shoos and tho euro wo takp in seeing thoy do fit.
Tho next is our rubber Heel, which rests you like
sleep to a tirod man, V also havo aivnb
ninny bnipains which cannot bo cxcollutl by any
sin o h iM' in tV 'i.y.
The Akron Shoe Co. f
132 South Main St., Akron, O,
$5 a, month and not
You Can Bet Thewt
of the latest designs, and
nro to bo hud at
KRATZ'S FURNITURE STORE,
149 S. Howard St.
Inquisitive Uelatlvo Willie, what
floor do you live on In tha apartment
house In tho big qlty?
Willie (on a visit) Momma says I
mustn't toll ftnrf" -flilenttn Tribune.
rs St Oo.
aaeaoee gwf aea
Of Summit County.
Immense Increase as
Compared With 1890.
In 1880 .... 43,T88
In 1890 . . ' . . 54,089
In 1900 .... Tl,705
The Democrat announces for tho first
time today tho total population of
Outside, of this city there aro 28,070
people In the county. Tho population
of tho city Is 42,728, ma-klng a total
population of 71,705.
The flguies for tho various townships
and precincts follow:
Coventry, South, 841.
Coevntry, South, 841.
Cuyahoga Falls (East) 1271.
Cuyahoga Falls (West) 1015.
Franklin (Nlmlslla) 881.
Franklin (Clinton) 1143.
Green (East Liberty) 543.
Green (Grecnsburg) 1053.
Norton (west) 1757.
Barberton, A, 1820.
Barberton, B, 2534.
Tortago (cast) 350.
Portago (west) 1014.
Richfield, 020. ,
Twlnsburg, 805. v
In 1800 tho population of Suipmlt
county, Including Akron, was 54,080,
In 18S0, 43.7S8. Tho population of Ak
ron in 1880 was 10,512, In 1800, 27,001,
in 1000, 42728.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 0. (Spl.) The
town of Avon, Mass., has tho honor of
making tho first complete return In tho
presidential election. It follows. Fol
lows: Bryan, 150; McKlnloy, 174. This
is a Democratic gain of 04.
Wanted to Hear News.
They Planned to Break
When Sheriff Kelly Dis
covered the Scheme.
Had Cut a Hole Through tho
Same Trick Was Tried Several Weeks
Tho prisoners at tho county jail plan
ned to hear the election returns first
handed Tuesday night.
Tho culprits tlguicd that Shorlif Kel
ly aud all of tho Jail attaches would
bo engaged In leeelvlng tho returns,
o they set about to plan a lit tla , uuk.
Their hcheines, however, fnlled to
work and tho plaus for a successful
jail delivery weie thwarted.
When Sheilir Kelly entered too pjpolncts. .Chairman Murray Vandi
largo corridor at noon Tuesday to Vch of tW Democratic State Central
found tho Inmates iu a state of confus-' committee, claims tho Stato will de
ion. Uo at onco surmised, that al( ciqre for Bryan by from 0,000 to 10,
was not right und ho began au Investl- oop. Philip h. Goldsborough, Repub
gallon. In tho south-east comer of the Hcan chuirman, claims tho Sato by
100m In tho celling over tho Iron cages 4,000 to 0,000. The coloied voto Is ro
be fouud that a hole about 18 by 20 portod to 10 holding olf thts morn
n.ches hud been cut Tho wood hnd ls
him wnwu witn a ciuuo instrument
niobiinly a cam ku fe. The inteution
of the jull biuiUws wob to biuik out
onto the 1 oof and make a charge for
Slioiirf Kelly believes that "Yockev
Snyder nud Frank Sickles are the ring
trades. These prisoners were searclj'
cd but nothing was found.
Tho prlsouers mado a similar attempt
to escape a couplo of weeks ago.
140 S. Howard St.
Will be closed Monday and
Tuesday to take inventory and
mark down prices. This stock
will be closed out by Wm.
Brown, and every article in
the store will be sold
Regardless of Value.
Sale begins Wednesday
morning, Nov. X, at 8 o'clock.
1 WM. BROWN
(Continued from arst pago.)
' n, group of jiersonal fi lends:
"Tjvo weeks ago I did not think Bry
un bad any show of election, but Thavo
changed ray mind. It looks to mo as
ir were was jjoiuy
to bo a landslide for
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 0. (Spl.)
"Fraud" is tho cry this morning by
party papors and both central commit
tees. The last Legislature repealed
tho law making tho buying of votes
criminal. Both parties aro voting ear
ly and heavy throughout the stute. The
weather is fine. tt
Washington, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Senator
We)lugton Is certain, that Brynn will
win today aud, says ho will not be sur
prised to seo him carry Now York by
UOO.OOO majority. Wellington deliver
ed sevcial speeches In Now York last
ALL IS QUIET.
No Sign ol Trouble
In New York
New York, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Cool,
clear weather is bringing out votors
in hosts, Tho polls openod at 0 a. m.
and from the stroke of tho hour t'ao
battle of ballots began. A tromendous
vpte Is being polled, nearly overy dis
tort reporting that tho ballots were
coming in at tho rare of ono n minute
Ihetcrls practically no cutt'ng or
scratching, Judging from tho rapidity
With which tho ballots aro cast. Re
ports from, all over tho city show the
election Is proceeding quietly,
Chief Dovery said at 8 o'clock this
morning: "Everything sooms to bo
pit grossing quietly. Thero does nor
aprear to 119 troublo in any pait of the
elty and do not coutomplato any. If
tiouuloMloes coiuo, however, wo will
be pvepated for It.
In New York city alone thoro are
more votes belug cast than George
Washington received whon he was
Uianlraously elected president, 10S
Tlioio nio (530,223 registered voters
In Greater New York and 1,522 voting
precincts In which they will deposit
tholr ballots. f
The polls lewaln open until f p. m.
This gives 11 hours of daylight for thu
eltlzons to step up and register their
H Vol , Maryand.
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Baltimore, Md Nov, 0. (Spl.) A
heavy- voto Is roportcd polled in all
Reigns i Washington Today-
ing the Results.
WusHtngtcui, Nov. C.-(Spl.)-The Na
tlonqj Capital Is probably tho quletvst
epoi In tho country during tho election
excitement. Practically all who have
votes In tho States this side of the
Rockies, have gone home to vote, and
as a teault tho government depart
ments aro conducted by a handful of
district clerks. All the cabinet otll
ccis except Secretary of State Hay
and Secretnry( of the Treasury Gage
hao gone to vote. Secietnry Hay
Is the only member of President Me
Kinlcy's olllclal family that has no
vote. His homo Is In Washington. Sec
retaries Hay and Gngo with probably
a dozen Invited guests will gather at
the White House this evening to re
cclvo, tho icturns. They will be iu
communication with Canton, New
Yoik and Chicago by long distance
telephone and. will receive bulletins
by wlro from all linpoitant points.
Itepiesentatlvo Loudenslager, In
charge of tho ''branch of the Republi
can Congressional committee at the
Normaudie, wll receive returns thoio
tonight. Ho Is at niesont In New Jer
sey casting his ballot, but will return
by an afleinoon tjaln. Representa
tive Richardson, chairman of the
Democratic Congicsslotuil committee,
will leain the result of the battle In tho
headqiuuteis of the Metropolitan ho
tel. Tho two Congressional commit
tees will probably be tho gathering
points for tho adherents of tho respec
tive paitles. Both are expected to
keep "open house" until tho fate of tho
candidates Is known. The newspapers
of tho Capital will display returns on
hugo screens upon Pennsylvania avo.,
and If tho crowds aro so largo that
all cannpt got a vfew of tho figures
they announce thoy will supplement
tho storcoptlcan service with tho meg
aphone. Severar'of tho theaters an
nounce midnight, shows for the bene
fit of tho nll-nlghtors at which returns
will be read froul tho stago between
Found No Takers.
Now York, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Bryan
odds tightened slightly last night.
Money to bo placed on tho Democratic
candidate nt odds of 1 to 4 and 1 to 5
appeared In nbnndaneo, but little Mc
Klnloy money was fouud at thoso
It Will be Bulletined at Various Places
Tho peoplo of Akron will not want
for election news tonight. Propaia
tlons have been mado for receiving the
news at the Dcmocrnt otllce. The
news will bo bulletined In frout of the
olllco on a large canvass by means of
a HtoicoplJcau lnutern. Tho Beacon
.Tournnl will do tho same. Tho Repul
llcaus expect to announce the news nt
Assembly hall. The Elks will lecelvo
returns over a special leased wire and
.bulletins will be posted In a great
many down town saloons. In addition
to tho special service of the Western
Union the Democrat will recelvo tho
regular Scrlps-McRca service.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
Following thQ regular performance
at tho Grand tonight an nll-nlght vau
deville slow will bq given. Election
news wltl be recolvcd over a special
wire. It will be' read from tho stage.
Arcade Cafe et Buffet..
LADIES' and ... .
Every Delicacy in Season 1
Open Day artel IMIgrl-i-t
M. E. SCHMIDT, Manager
Men's Groy Mixed Under
wear, heavy weight, in all
men's regular sizes,
Men's Fleece Lined Un
derwear, heavy weight, sizes
80 to 46, worth 39c,
Men's Heavy Fleece Lined
Underwear, in tan and light
blue, in all men's regular
sizes, worth 50c,
Men'." I'oi by Ribbed Un
derwear in heliotrope, in
sizo& 80 to 42,
Men's extra heavy Fleece
Lined Underwear, in tlie
tan color only, all sizes,
Men's Fancy Derby Rib
bed Underwear, in blue
with white vertical stripes,
Men's heavy fancy Fleece
Lined Underwear in dark
blue and brown, all sizes,
Men's Fancy Ribbed Un
derwear, made in white,
with green silk stripes,
Men's Daniel's Hair Un
derwear, good and heavy, in
all sizes up to size 50,
Men's natural grey heavy
weight all wool uuderwear,
in sizes up to 50,
Men's fine Derby Ribbed
Underwear, all wool and
glove fitting, in colors dark
S brown and groy,
Men's extra lino all 'wool
Derby Ribbed Underwear,
111 uiue, giove ailing,
Men's superfine Derbv
ribbed all wool, clove fittinc
underwear, in light pink only
Boys' heavy ileeco lined
Undorwear in tan, sizes 21
25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Men's Stiff Bosom Shirts
50c, $1, $1.50
10c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Men's White Lnundored Shirts
50c, 75c, $1
Men's hoavy weight Winter
25c, 50c, 75c, $1
$3 to $20
$4 to $20
163-16$ So. Main-st.
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