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AKKON DAILY DEMOC-tAT. TIITJBWDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1901.
100 lb. cot
ton bags . . .
25 lb., cot
ton bags . . .
22 lbs Ex.
104 S. Howard st
China & Japan Tea Store,
Both plioncs, 052.
iWBWBMMRLIflUJLMi'MiiWM ili'iJWi jlj
Tte Grand, Saturday, Oct. 19
K. 1). Htalftiiul Goo. IT. Niqolal
Mr. Harry Glazier
In a dramatization by Otis Slt'n
nor of Ilobcrt Louis Steven
son's Beautiful ,Story
The Entire New York Pro
duction. Xhlrty-FIvo People In the Cast
STwo Car Loads of Scenery.
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c. $1.00.
hlllui iii i ill i in inmm1 1 ifflni to-wsm
f f i Wednesday
The Grand, figi
The same Now York cast as pre
sented here last season.
For Practical and
shoeing go to
The Horse Shoer
230 Canal st.
People's Phone '1059
Has Been Raging For Several
Days, Near Manila.
Manila, Oct. 17. (Spl.) Typhoon rag
ing off Luzon for several days and still
continues. Telegraph and other prop
erty has been destroyed and 20 people
killed in Manila Bay. Fully half of
Northern and Central Luzon has been
The Chautauqua Circle at a meet
ing at the home of Mr. J. Watklns,
' York St., Tuesday evening, elected the
following olllccrs: President,' M. J.
Watklns; vice president, Miss Alice
Wright; secretary and treasurer, Mrs.
John McFarland. The circle will hold
a meeting each week at the homes of
the members.' -
AN INTERNAL REMEDY.
A Pleasant Tasting Tablet; Simple,
Convenient; Cures Every Form
t of Catarrh.
The use of Inhalers, douches, sprays,
salves and powders for catarrh 1b a
uulsauco and lncouveuienco at tho best,
and cannot compare with antiseptic
remedies in tablet form for internal
Internal remedies are the only ones
which can really teach tho seat of
the disease which Is In tho blood and
local applications can no more cure
catarrh tlmu rheumatism or kidney
trouble, the excessive secretion in nose
and throat being local manifestations
of a deep seated poison lu tho blood.
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, tho most
successful of tho various Internal reme
dies, s composed principally of highly
concentrated antiseptics, which destroy
tho catarrh germs in the blood, and
cause them to be eliminated through
tho natural channels.
Progressive physicians uso and ad
vlso Stuart's Catarrh Tablets because
they contain no cocaine, no opiate, no
.enervating drug whatever, but aro
composed of Gualacol, Hydrastln, Bed
Gum nnd similar catarrh antiseptics,
and aro so safe and pleasant that
oven little children may uso them with
Catarrh sufferers who havo wasted
tlmo and money on local applications
should not despair of n radical euro
until n trial of Stuart's Catarrh Tab
lets hag been mado.
A cpnjplcto treatment may bo pur
chased at any drug store for fifty
H. & E. iino
18 A lbs.
Which Akron Men Arc
Ladi Correspondent Tells Much
. About It.
Th6 people of Loul do not seem to
realize the magnitude of the hew oil
industry that is being located there,
says a Medina Gazebo correspondent.
The extensive construction already
under way, the high grade of all the
equipments, unit "push" displayed In
the building of the oil reiluery Indi
cate that it will be, u .permanent Indus
try that will aid materially in tne
growth and prosperity of 'the village.
The fact that the projectors aro J. V.
Miller and II. A'. .Hire, ttvoAkron men,
who are among tho leading oil well
operators in this vicinity, also shows
their confidence In tho stability of the
Lodl oil Holds.
Tho plant occupies three acres In
tho point between the old swmap spur
and the B. &. O. It. It. yard. When the
works are cdihpleted this ground will
be pretty well covered with buildings
nnd tanks. The boiler and still, with
their brick foundations, aro complet
ed, also the glazed tile 'building, -10x00
ft., to bo used by a compounding
house. The fininc buildings for the
agitator and bleacher are well uuder
way, the former to be lined thrdughout
with lead. The still is 40 feet hi di
ameter and -0 feet long and the
plant will have a capcuity for 278
barrels dally. Besides the common
burning oil and gasoline thcro will
bo produced cylinder oil, machine oil,
engine oil, etc. in fact a full line of
oils and all the by-products. On the
construction 25 or 150 men are em
ployed, and a large number of men will
be needed when the work of refining
Is to bo commenced. A large amount
of construction Is yet to be done.
Thousands of feet of pipe aro to bo
put iu. A switch from the B. & O.
will bo built, wax houses are to bo
erected, a large number of t tanks up
to 14 feet in diameter and 12 feet
high aro to bo set up. A pipe line
2i Inches In diameter is being built to
the fields. Tho works are being con
structed in tho most approved manner
and will be tho best that can be pro
cured. The work of construction is In
charge of H. O. Lette, who will bo
manager of tho plant.
Four or five drilling machines are
constantly at work In tho field.
Tot Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. O.
Snider of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed
It would strangle beforo we could get
a doctor, so we gave It Dr. King's Now
Discovery, which gave quick relief
and permanently cured It. We always
keep it in tho house to protect our
children from croup and whooping
cough. It cured me of a chronic
bronchial trouble that no other remedy
Would relieve." Infallible for coughs,
colds, throat and lung troubles, GOc
nnd $1. Trial bottles free at all drug
gists.. POOR WHITES
Beneficiaries of New
Alabamans Believe It. Will v be
t Huntsvllle,' Ala., Oct.- 17.-(Spl.)-Senator
E, W. Pettus delvered an ad
dress here Tuesday on the new consti
tution. Ho said tho now Instrument
would disfranchise no white man, nnd
that It wus modeled to protect the
poor whlto man nnd disfranchise tho
negro. "It will confer a great benefit
on tho public schools because of tho
greatly Increased appropriations," said
Senator Pettus.. He Is vory Confident
of ho ratification of tho constitution
LOTS OF NEWS.
A Variety of Occurrences, at Lake
During Past Week.
Lake, Oct. 17, Tho celery wash
house, belonging to John Kroiner, was
burned to the ground a few evenings
ago. The building was loft in a con
dition of supposed safety, but in ono
hour therafter It was discovered to
bo In llames. It Is a myBtprlous affair
as no Uro had been mado in the stove
of tho building since oarly morning
of tho day It ws burned?
Jacob Byerly now occupies tho
Frltcli placo and will run the homo
farm for at least' ono year.
Sam Ghoring Is talking of starting
a music storo nt Kent.
Al Leed will soon occupy tho Hum
bert block at, Un'ontown, The nubile
will into the hotel., proprietor p.verjr
FWWwYrmiri , Av?gaffi
Kr. K Half the good WM P-
J& ill of eating soup or oysters "' $:
M J is furnished by
much as ho has made an excellent
Those who petitioned for the Canton-Akron
street railway to pass
through Unlontown nre now In tho
Imaginative field. "Suppose," say
they, "that the temporary Injunction
ngainst the action of the County Com
missioners should be made perpetual,
would wo as petltloneis bo obliged to
pay that $4,500?"
Miss Julia Boron died Saturday
morning. She had been In rioor health
,for nearly two years, suffering fiom
consumption. Tho deceased was a
very estimable lady and had hosts of
friends who sadly mourn her loss.
She was 20 years of age. Interment
was made at Canton, Monday. ,
Committee Appointed to Find
One For Union Charity Assn.
At a meeting of tho Union Charity
Association Tuesday afternoon Mrs. A,
K. Fousor, Bev. A. B. Church, Hon.
J. P. Alexander and Mr. J. H. Sey
mour were appointed a committee to
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If you are nervous, run
down, dyspeptic, billious,
constipated or rheumatic
Wright's CeJery Tea
will make you well,
25c. and 50c, a tox.
Atdrutfglstsor by mall.
Tho Wright Medical Co., Columbus, 0.
Uartzcll, A. F.
Hoiend, O. W.
Kline, J. J.
Johnson, Jim. ,
Klose, O, O.
Kinnell, G. W. Co.
Little, I. W.
Lelpold, M. B.
McLuney, A. K.
Muipliy, Chas, L.
Perry, Dr. S,
Phillips, T. A.
Kline, Mrs. J. J.
Miller, Mrs. R.
Lowtlier, Mrs. II. O.
McKwon, Mrs. E.
Morkham, Mrs. H.
Moore, Mrs. Out.
Parker, Mrs". W L
Anderson & Nicholson.
Big Cap Clo. Co.
Brenlzer, E. A.
Burnett, T. II.
Buch, Hon. J. M.
Bundy, P. M.
Barklcy, .K. E.
Bloxhani, B. J.
Collins, T. Corbet
Davis, jr. j.
Goodman, B. J.
Auble, Mrs.- B.-A.
Chandler, Mrs. O. S.
Cordray, Mrs. S.
Daugherty, Mrs. A.
Daugheity, Mrs. L.
Fryberger, Mis. G.
Herbuer, Mrs. O.
EAST AKRON STATION.
Dougherty, Mrs. Anna. Mooio, Lillian. I'iirdeo,-airs. O. F.
Rohn, Emma. Smith. F. R.
Gorman, Goo. O.
Banny, Mrs. Anna.
Appleton, Geo. E.
Scott, Jno. W.
THE 25c. FAMILY
Cedar Springs, Mich. Mrs. Isaac
Dunham, a well-known lady of that
place, writes: "I cannot prais Dr. A.
W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills too much.
They did for me what doctors and
other medicines could", not do. I was
troubled with severe disorders of the
kidneys and enlargement of the liver.
My family doctor treated me the whole
of last winter, but did not help mc very
much, so I gave him up and began using
Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Livcr Pills.
The result was simply
wonderful. I am now
stromr and healthy again.
thanks to Dr. Chase's
Sa)d lu Akron by John- LBinprtor Go,
llff . J i i l l Ml I Ml I I II l 111 H.llM X PMM
vWMmiimmtiW" re .
Bold only In In-er-seal Packages. Price,
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
find a general secretary to take the
place of Rev. W. E. Fetch, resigned.
A number of applications have been
received and It Is believed a selection
will be mado soon. Bev. Geo. P.
Atwnter was elected h ilrnian of Mem
bership committee, and also n dele
gate to attend ' the State conference
of ChniltlcH and Coirectlons at Lima
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonvllle, Vn.
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction.
My customers say It is the best rem
edy for coughs, colds, throat and lung
William Warner, Gem Pharmacy,
113 S. Howard st.
Of Ambassador Choate
Still Reported) It Refers to Anglo
London, OctVlG. (Spl.) Despite de
nials from Washington the story of
Ambassador Choute's alleged mission
to tho United Stntcs continue to ex
cite Interest lu London diplomatic cir
cles. Tho story, which is to the effect
that the ambassador carries with him
to America an Inquiry as to what
President Roosevelt's attitude to Kng.
land would ho In case of European
complications, probably arose from the
fears of French diplomatists whose
pot bugbear is an Anglo-Anieriean al
liance. l'ai-hons, Wnlter.
neither, Ed. A.
Rice, M. S.
Rosenbloom, Sam. ,
Siipp, D. E. & Co.
Snxbo, II. M.
Sherman, II. W.
Weaver, Mr" .
Young, 'Arms Co.
Rockey, Mrs. S. J.
Selders, Mis. A.
Sharp, Mrs. II.
Swift, Nellie M.
Skinner, Mrs. W. M.
Smith, Miss Z. J.
Van Allen, Miss N.
, L. S. EBIRGHT, P. M.
SrfBNANDOAH, Pa. Sylvester Pnppert
of No. 117 South Main St., says : " For
twenty years past I have been troubled
wlt'ncdnstipationand kidney trouble and
during that time I have taken dozens of
packages of different remedies but uone
of them did me any good. The secretions
were irregularandunnaturnl. I got some
of Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills
nnd since using them the action of the
kidneys is normal and regular and their
general cathartic effect is good."
ucuuuie m'ur iiuriitiib
and signature of Dr. A.W.
1 1 Chase, 25c. at all dealers
' or Dr. A. W. Chase Mcdl-
V? cine Co., Buffalo, N. Y
To Pay the Back Taxes.
Sherman Estate Sued Fo'r a
Mansfield, 'O., Oet.l 7.-(SpI.) The
executors of tho Sherman estate, hav
ing failed to pay the back taxes on a
valuation of one million, two hundred
and sixty three thousand dollars, wero
sued ycsteiday by tho County
Treasurer for $277,121 back taxes.
THE KIRK CO.
People's 'Phone 784.
fraPi?? '( i?'? jtkjPjp semis'
ilgk'X jtARGEST STOVE PUNT IH THE WOmSj W ffl
I !!! I'll ii ! II II III IfcV.
nytr t.. .
"a ll.iAVV'4AA Ji s
If" 4"?M??"i I
vJWeSiA lte8ir lwls
j gCLAQES COAL &
v, Thoso ?0 plates aro roIhb fast. Yon will have to hurry If you get 'A
one of tlicm, Hemember, Just one-half what wo will havo to ehiU'jjo Vi
J you for tho same nlato when these teeth nro gone.
The Reliable HoEne OenfSsts X
100 South Main St.,Akron. Tel. 1823 DR. M. CHAPMAN, Manager
Ovor First National Bnnk, Bnrborton, Ohio. fe
Because of Smallpox at
Friends of Eighth Regiment Rifle
men Fear There Is Danger.
The friends of came of the mem
bers of the Klghih regiment rifle
team, who went to Newark to take
part In the State rifle competition there
tills week are worried becuuse of the
prevalence of smallpox at that place
Tho officers In charge of the camp
that will bo formed there do not be
lieve that there Is any danger from the
The enmp grounds are several miles
from the city and every precaution
will be taken to guard against the
spread of smallpox. There will
be iihotit :s.V) Ohio, soldiers gathered
theie and the possibilities, if propel
precautious are not taken are enorm
ous, as the men come from every town
In Ohio which lias a militia company.
The men will find that privileges are
few. They will be unable to get to
town as often as they may wish, or
at all. Captain Herman Werner has
charge of the rifle team of the Eighth,
Hear Col. Bain's lecture, "A Century
Searchlight." Baptlnt church tomorrow
Shadyside, N. J.', Oct. 17.-(Spl.)-Bull's
Feiry. Chemical Works, cover
ing th iet blocks, burned yesterday.
The lobs Ms STOO.OOO. Many of the
employes had great difficulty In es
caplng, bjit all finally got out
rsmoaa for thirtr-Are years.
Tlirw million in use. iu-
pcncrin point oi efficiency,
durability and appearance
to any storf or rne made.
Tne only tloTT that iclmtlti
cally radiates the heal and
Srea the tier ahsolnte ton
o. It aarea money erery
UJ VJ IIS ptTlCGfc
bQkUon. Uft lesi
Rtb more liiat. Sold by
fcdiag dealers cTerywhtra.
arfl aotd br
& AKERS & CO.
in addition to our Burner business
o Gas Fitting and carry a full line
as Stoves, Fixtures, Chandeliers,
'Twixt the Glass and the Lip
there will bo no delay when tlje glass
contains our beer, with Its rich, palat
able flavor. It Is pure beer, tho only
beer you should drink, and theie it
no exception to its purity or its at
tractive qualities, it's a good beer
to have in the house.
THE GEO. J. RENNER
IT'S HOT STUf F
And tho cheapest In the end. Wo
mean tho celebrated
The best coal in tho market fonfnr
imces. No smoke, soot, gas or bad
odor . It will last as long as hard
coal, and as long as Vj tons o soft
84.00 Per Ton
$375 Per Ton in 5 Tons or More
Try it and be convinced
'J Phonos is
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
your water and let It stand twenty
four hours; a sediment or fettling In
dlcates an unhealthy condition of tho
kidneys; If it stains the linen It Id
evidence of kidney trouble; too frc
(iicnt de-tire to pans It, or pain In the
back Is also convincing proof that tho
kidneys and bladder ate out of or
der. What to Uo.
Theie Is comfort lu the knowledge
so often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, fulfills every wish In
curing rheumatism, pain In the back,
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary p-issage. It correct1
Inability to hold water and scalding
pain lu passing It, or bad effects fol
lowing ue of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcome that unpleasant neces
sity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp
Root Is soon realized. It stands tho
highest for its wonderful 'cure of the
most distressing cases. If you need
n medicine you should have the best.
Sold by druggists In fifty cent and
one dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root and a book that telN
more about It, both sent absolutely
free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writ
ing mention that you read this gener
ous offer In the Akron Dally Democrat.
SURE, SAFE AND
Stands foremost today as tho
Quickest and Surest Cure for
RHEUMATISM, Kidney, Liv
swmacri, Back or
Head Ache, when
doctors failed, one bot
tle of our Remedy took
the Discoverer off
crutches of ten years'
standing. Dizzy Head
Cured with one dose.
ONLY 2SC AND 700
returned by the!
drucElst If first E
come is not
Denn's Sure, Safe and Speedy Cure C&,
tULUfflBUS, OtllO, Ut S. A.
For sale and samples free at F. A.
Collins and J. M. LalTer, druggists,
Cor. Drotidwaj- and Exchange
Wholesale Liquor DetJer.
The beit Whisky iold In barrel, and
all kinds af Llqnom for fine caJoons.
L H0STER BREWING CO.
Of Columbus, brewers or high and
WIENEIl BEER. Export n spedlalty.
BOTTLED BEER FOR FAMILY USB.
Importers of California und
Wines. Lowest prices.
Delivered to J
any point 01 tne eity.
Both Telephones 350.
Bottle Department 954.
Now Ready lo Serve Ladles and
Gentlemen at All Hours.
Order Cooking from 6 A. M. lo Mldnlgh
OUR CUISINE THE BEST
OUR PRICES REASONABLE
Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars
DETTLING & BUEHRLE, Props.
2 IT S. Howard St., ftbrnn 0
218 S. Main St. "' u,, u
Crab Apple Cream
Heals chaps, softens roughness,
and leaves the sktn soft and
clear. Price 25 cents."
E. C. DAVIS
north End Fhsxmicy
51 H North Howard Street
The Security Savings
520 S3. Main 3-.
Open for business Oct. 1,
Interest paid on Time and
Savings Accounts. Tour bus
iness earnestly .solicited.
People's Phone . . . l-o
Try a Sack of Spring
Wheat White Satin-
None Better ,
402 East Exchange St.
For salo by Stationers.
1T5 S. Main st.
The celebrated Anhauscr Busch
IJeer, on drauifht. Also lu bottles
for family use and the choicest
brands of old whiskies, direct from
the bonded wniehouses. Imported
and domestic cigars, wines, olo
i . ri i 'sm
il4 iOTl5. A-U ll ' J-i