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AKKOK DAIliT DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1901
According to our regular schedule
as promptly ns. posslblo and avoid
errors. We do make mistakes. Wo
request our customers to report errors
ti' negligence to the firm.
S. & G.'s Specials for Week Ending
Saturday, Nov. 2nd.
2 packages (4800) Barber's best and
cheapest watches 20c.
7 lbs. A. Farina for 25c.
8 lbs. Pearl Barley 12c.
4 lbs. Clacked Wheat 12c.
8 ll)s. New crop largest 10c Califor
nia llalslus 25c.
18 lbs. Fine Granulated $1.00.
20 lbs. White A. $1.00.
224 lbs. Light O. $1.00.
Schumacher & Gammeter
104 S. Howard st.
CHINA & JAPAN TEA STORE.
Both Phonos, 020.
Twenty-Five Killed Near
May Cause Peace
Province of Iloilo.
Manila, Qct. 28,-(Spl.) The con
btabulary icport a light with insur
gents near Pass!, province of Iloilo,
in which twenty-live- Insurgents were
killed and tlnce captuied, together
with a quantity of arms and ammuni
tion. The news fiom Geuernl Hughes re
gal ding conditions in tho Island of
Cebu Is encouraging. Lorega has sur
rendered with his entlro forco and one
cannon and seven rifles, while Gen
eial Hughes Is negotiating for tho
Buriender of Muxlor, who stylos him
self "Governor Polillco-MiliUu-,1' His
em-render will mean the paclilcatlou
of the province.
Lack of food and tho harrassing ef
fects of tho uggrebslve tactics now
puisued by tlife American forces are
having theirhiflepqeupon tbe na
tives. In many places where rice is
doled out by tho government only
enough is glv6h for one meal, so that
It Is hardly possibles for any laige
quantity to And its way to tho in
surgents. It is believed that the recent niaul
testations In the Island of Samar were
chiefly due to the lack of food, the
Insurgents llndln'g It necessary to
make outlets to the coabt in order to
Naval Cadet Lovenmn Noa, com
manding tho gunboat Marlveles, who
had gone ashore at Nipa-Nipa, South
Samar, to prevent smuggling, was at
tacked by tho insurgents. He lost
his rovolver and was shot and bolocd.
Evangelistic Services Drew Large
The rovlval services in progress at
tho Third Church of Christ were
largely attended yesterday. At 10:30
a. in., following communion servi
ces, Evangelist Hall preached a fine
eennon on "Climbing Heavenward."
At tho afternoon mass meeting, held
pt 3 o'clock, "The Advantages of being
a Christian"- was tho Evangelist's
theme. '"The Fall of Babylon," was
tho thome of the sermon at 7:80 p.m.
The large chorus choir, under tho
fllrcctlou of tho singing ovangcllst,
Miss Pearl Perrln, of Indiana, opened
tho services by singing a number of
familiar hymns. Tho solo, "Tell
Mother I'U bo There," was sung by
Miss Perrln. Thcso were tho words
pf President Mclvinley, which ho tele
graphed to friends just before the
Aeath of his mother.
Tho services will continue every
flight tljdt week at 7:30 p. m. Tonight
Evangelist Hall will preach on "Ac
knowledgement of Sin Not tho Whole
fef Repentance." He announced last
Hlght that this would bo ono of the
best services of tho, entire scries.
Democrat Liner Columns effect
quick exchanges between, bargain
People Use It
jm LODGES m
O. R. O. and It, of O. R. G.
Star and Crescent Commandcry held
Its regular session Wednesday even
ing, with a largo attendance The
business was transacted In a way that
shows that the offlcors aro up to their
duties. All members wcro reported
well, Ono of our supremo officers
was present and gave some good re
pot ts of the order. In a short time
there may be a Commandcry organ
ized at Barberton. Tho Kent members
paid tho Commaudery a visit, and
made some Interesting remarks. Tho
organization of tho team will take
place at our next meeting. The cap
tuln requests all members who wish
to take part to bo present promptly.
Our ball has been arranged as neat
as possible, and wc hope to make the
meetings Interesting to ovory member.
Summit Council, Royal Template,
which was Instituted September 30,
will meet on Monday, at 7:30 p. m
at Forester's hall, 21o IS, Market St.
A large class will be Initiated and all
Royal Templars and new members aro
requested to be present This now
Council Is growing rapidly and every
member is enthusiastic over the beauty
of tho ritualistic work.
D. OF L.
Columbia Council held a very Inter
esting and important meeting on
Thuisday afternoon. It was business
fiom start to finish. Two applications
were presented for membeibhlp and
one candidate balloted for. It was de
cided to call a special meeting for Sat
urday afternoon to arrange for our
anniversary on November 7th and it
Is hoped every member will bo pres
ent on our next regular day for lodge,
as it requires the united effort of us
all to carry into execution the busi
ness in hand. A numbor of patrons
enjoyed a pleasant nedro party at our
hall on Thursday evening, Mr. R. D.
Westfall took lirst honor and tho llrst
prize. Mrs. jj. A. Seymour took second
honor and prize and MlssLizzlo Terrell
took the booby prlzo, which caused
Saranae Tribe kindled its council
flro last Thursday's sleep with all
elected, chiefs In their respective
stumps, and a largo attendance, when
the Warrior's degreo was conferred.
Next Thursday's Bleep there will bo
beveral warriors exalted to tho Chief's
degree. Bio. Thqs. J. Bell was report
ed still unable to .follow tho hunt, but
he is Improving.
Akron Lodge appointed a commltteo
to nrraugo for an oyster supper to
bo given in about two weeks. Sev
eral candidates wero balloted on and
five applications for membership re
AVo expect to use tho new rituals for
the first time on Monday night They
are quite an Improvement on the old
ones, making work far more interest
ing and impressive, at tho same time
preserving all the points of that for
merly in use.
Middlebury Lodge held their regular
meeting in Inman hall Friday night
Several visitors from other lodges wero
present The usual numbor:of appli
cations were received. The commltteo
on team outfit reported progress,
J Akron Castle has adopted a plan of
arrangements pf meetings for. the Cas
tle, which wil meet with great favor
with all the members. On tho first
Wednesday eveiilug of tho month, tho
Esquire and Ladles' degree will bo
MANY LIVES SAVED
And Scores of Them Reside
Right n Akron.
Kidney Ills develop quickly.
Only a llttlo backache at' first
Neglect the ache, other troubles fol
low. Urinary disorders, diabetes, Brlght's
Donn'.i Kidney' Pills save many
Cure kidney ills before too late.
Akion poople endorse them.
Mis. M. B. Berry of 210 Coburn st,
who says: "I suffered fiqminy head
and from my back and It occurred to
me that the trouble was causqd by
Inactivity of the kidneys.. There was
pain m my neck and lu tho back ana
top of my head,, a dull, grinding ach
ing' across the loins and sharp twinges
when arising froni a chair. My hus
band suggested trying Doan's Kid
ney Pills, and I procured thoin from
Lanipaiter & Co.'s drug store. On tak
ing them they gave mo Immediate re
lief.' Tho pains and lumencbs In my
back wero banished, my head felt bet
ter and I was freed from languor nud
Sold for B0 cental ubox by. all 'deal
ers. Fostcr-Mllbmtt Co., Buffalo, M.
Y solo agents for tho U, S,
Remember tho name, Doan's, and
conferred. Tho second Wednesday
evening tho Chevalier's degree will bo
conferred and tho third Wednesday
evening will bo a business meeting,
with whatovcr may present Itself for
action, and tho fourth Wednesday
evening will bo a-social meeting for
tho purpose of social entertainment.
Last Wednesday evening tho Ladles'
degree was conferred by Chevalier
Jones with the team of Akion Castle,
and wis very Interesting and Instruc
Goodyear Castlo is taking quite an
Interest In tho order and wc antlclpato
a good growth in this Castle during
the Winter. Tho genial clerk, huvlng
taken unto himself a partner, will
doubtless take ono now member into
the order. Wo wish Chjvalicr Whittle
sey and bride "bon voyage."
Tho work of tho order in general Is
quite satisfactory and much Inteiost
is being manifested In the Castles
throughout the state.
Doylestown Castle will bo Instituted
Nov. 2, and promises to bo ono of the
Gallon Castle will bo Instituted soino
time during tho week, and Ashtabula
Castlo early in November. .
A now Castlo will be instituted in
Xoungstown within the next ten days,
and it is hoped to add more new Cas
tles before the flist of the year.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Acmo Lodge, No. 35, Knights of Hon
or, had a very enthusiastic meeting
Inst Monday night It was decided
to meet at their hall next Monday night
at 0:45 and go to their hall In East
Akron, to pay a visit to Spartan Lodge,
No. 120. There will also bo Initiatory
services. All members are earnestly
invited to be present.
DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS.
Ogareeta Council met Tuesday even,
lug. Ouo palo faco took tho degieo.
Tho captain of the team announces
that there will bo no drill In tho hall
Sunday afternoon. Tho committee on
entertainment stated that it has post
poned the same until Nov. 12.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
McPherson Lodgo at its last conven
tlon did considerable work In tho way
of amending and rearranging tho by
laws. Several important changes nro likely
to bo made and tho members who are
interested und have good ideas for tho
iDipiovemont of tho by-laws will pleabo
bring them to lodge.
Tho third rank was conferred In full
ritualistic form. Members of tho
teams will pleabe note that a candidato
will bo initiated at tho first throe con
ventions in Nov.
U. R. K. P.
ssumtuit city Company, No. 00, is
now doing some very profitable work
in drilling and several candidates will
soon do ready for muster. Tho com
pany has been invited to visit Akron
Lioogo next Friday night. The Knights
Loyal will assemble at tho armory on
that evening in full dress and bo
ready to movo at 7:00.
L. O. T. M.
Regular meeting of Busy Bee Hive
No. 35, Tuesday evening, October 29.
The ladles of Woodland Hivo of
Cleveland, will be with us. All Busy
Bee Hive ladles are expected to fur
nish something, for supper will be
served to the Cleveland ladles when
they arrive. Wo will also have Initia
tion on that evening. Assessment No.
07 for lifo benefit mombers, must bo
paid by the last of this month. Hivo
dues for all members duo October 1,
must be paid before Not. 1. Great
Lady Commander Emma S. Olds, of
Elyrlo, O., and several other Great
Hive officers aro also expected to bo
Protection Hive will meet next Tues
day evening to comploto arrougoments
for tho visit to Copley Hive. All lad
les wishing to go must report at this
Independent IIlvo will meet Wedncs.
day ovening, in Its hall, with the Union
team to drill. All ladles of tho team
are earnestly requested to bo present
The Hive sewing society will meet all
day Wednesday at 110 Hazel st
Bring your lunch with you.
O. U. A. M.
Summit Council, No. 10, met In reg
ular cession Wednesdoy night with a
fair attendance, but not as good as
it should bo. One application for
reinstatement was received, and was
acted upon. Social commltteo report
ed so far as it could. The Vice Coun
cillor, J, L. Hoyo, for some iVason
hor other, was not present, and the
members are becoming anxious to see
him once. Ho will probably bo pres
ent next meeting night, and those who
have not seen him for a long time,
can come up and get a gllmpso of hlra.
Biother Enimett Cook "ciawshed"
and It Is very likely that ho will, meet
a warm recoptlon next Wednesday
night The A. B. ., Bro. Curtis, f-as
Former Wife of Dan
I Mrs. May&apptikcfton ffanna:
Mrs. May Harrington Hanna who, in
deflnnce of the Supreme Court of two
states- and, of her divorced husbnnd,
Daniel R, Hanna, and his father, Sen
ator Mark Hanua, lied to .Eiuope with
her three chlldien last Summer, is
again in New Yoik. She arrived here
on the steamship Deutbchland.
Mrs. Hanna's three children arrived
with her, but their name did, not ap
pear on the pnbsenger Ubt of the steam
er. Sho herself was entered on the
pasbenger list as "Fran Mnrk Hanna."
In company with Mis. Hanna was a
young man who looked icnuukably
like Mrs. Ilnnna's dijorccd husband.
He -was smooth 'shaven' and woie
When ho u ns nddressed a Mr. Han
no, Mrs. Hanna piouiptly iuteipoed.
"Ho is not Mr Hanna," she said, and
ho will say nothing You need not
ask him questions."
Tho young man denied that he was
Mr. Hanna and declared that ho was
a mere shipboard acquaintance.
"l have nothing whatovcr to say,"
Mrs. Hanna declared. "I am back
ngaln, that is all."
"I no longer fear for the safety and
comfort of my three boys, who are
to remain with mc," sho added. "It
does not concern the public In any
tay that an arrangement to that ef
Increase of 75 Per Cent.
In Violent Death Rate.
During the past three years the vio
lent death rato in Summit county has
Increased 76 per cent In the four
years, during which Dr. A.' K. Fouser
was coroner, there were 103 cases.
During the two years and 10 months
not present, but will, make a report
next meeting night urotuers iuuBu,
Young, Boron, Anderson, Babcock,
Clark,' nairlngton, (St al will attend
the next meeting-wlth-a special feature
to offer as a sldo line. All come up.
Tho "Jolly Mechanics", club met af
ter business, and opened tho pedro
season In earnest Much Interest will
be centeied in the games from now
on and a good attendance will insuro
tho success of the club. Brothers
Baum, Harrington and Barton tried
for houors, but wero "snowed under,"
O. E, Llpps, wlto had told around that
ho would cairy off tho honors, secured
the "booby" prize, whilo Bro. Smith
K. and L. of S.
jBumm It Council No. 001 met Wed
nesday evening with unusually good
attendance and Installed new officers
for the ensuing year. Tho lodge will
give n prize mfllo on a foot rest and
covering followed by a dance, Wed
nesday evening, Oct 30, in its hall
over tho People's Saving Bank.
Th Finest Cleaner Made
(gleans marble ox oilcloth.
Hanna Home Again.
fect has been made, If it has been
"It Is sufficient to know that every
thing has been arranged to my satis
faction, and I no longer fear to como
back to America.
"It is true that when I went away
I intende'd to remain in Europe for
nn Indefinite period, If not forever. I
will not say I have come back to stay,
or what I intend to do.-"
Mrs. Hanna was attired In mourning,
and hor tluee boys, the eldest of whom
is Mark, fourteen years old, wore
light overcoats with bioad mourning
bands nround their left sleevps.
Sevejal private detectives were at
the pier, and honored around Mrs.
Hanna, her two boys and her maid,
while their eight pieces of baggage
woie being examined.
The expressman who took the lug
gage placed tags on It marked for
Cleveland, showing that she was going
to her homo In that city.
A woman on board the Deutschland
answered the description of the Baron
ess Pallnnd, who aided Mrs. Hanna
iu her Hight to Europe. It Mas learned
that tills woman was the constant com
panion of Mrs. Hanna on the voyage
across tho ocean. The name of the
Baroness did not appear upon the pas
that Dr. E. O. Leberman has been
coroner there have been 200 cabcs.
The record for tho past few months
Is appalling. In" one week In Septem
ber there were eight cases. This re
cord includes' tho five' deaths In the
Cuitls 'tragedy atTo'wnllhe.
THE RURAL MAIL CARRIER ON
He Prescribe.' a Cure' For Mr. UlKB'
Daughter and Hear. That Undo
J I in Ctamintna'. Intend, to Break L'p
CoMTiffrt, 1001, bjr p. D. Lewli
When I got along to Biggs' cross road
the other day, I found Mrs. Biggs anx
iously awaiting my arrival. I had
scarcely drlvon, up when sho said:
"Abe, I want you to come In and see
Sarab. She's been acting mighty curi
ous for tho list two or three days, and
I can't make her put"
"I'm representing tho ppstraaster
general, tile administration, tho Amer-
I FOUND SABAK BITTING UP IN A HOOKING.
lean eagle and all that," said 1, "but
I'm no doctor. Have you given her
"I have,'1 said tb.e mother.
"And soaUedher f'1
"And fed her on milk toast?"
"Yes. Tho trouble seems to be with
her brain, Abe, and I'm afraid she's
losing her mind. Como In und see If
she knows you."
I went In and found Sarah sitting up
In a rocking chair, with a bed quilt
around her. Hho had pencil and paper,
and sho was dashing off poetry by the
rod. She looked at me In a mournful
way nud slowly shook her head. I
picked up one of tho sheets and read:
To kilt mj Ir for Ilenrjr Jones
Vj rnothtr mint r.ot try,
Fcr Monr than prort fain to him
I'll bin mjHll and U.
"Look here," said I to the mother as
I took her out Into the kitchen: "you
have been trying to separate Sarah and
"Y-yes," she replied.
"And Saiah's mind Is being unhing
ed. She may become a raving maniac
any minute. Mrs. Biggs, Sarah Is 29
years old If she's a day. When an old
girl falls In love for the first time, she
has it bad. It doesn't take much oppo
sition to tie her brain up In knots. Do
you want a gibbering Idiot or a raving
lunatic on your hands"
"Lands o' massy, no!" sho whispered
as her face grow white.
"Then take down the dinner horn and
toot for Hank Jones to come over on
the dead run, and you tell them they
can get married next week."
"Abe, is that your official advice 7"
"You bet It Is. Ym, ma'am; I'm
speaking from under the wing of the
baldheaded eagle of liberty and while
representing the bulwarks of freedom
and the principles of fraternity. It's
on official opinion clear down to the
ground, and you get a move on you at
She grabbed the horn and went out
and blew a blast to lift a calf off his
feet, and as I drove away I saw a
youug farmer In his shirt sleeves com
ing across a meadow so fast that the
grass seemed to be smoking under his
feet. I expect to find Sarah fully re
covered when I drive along next
For the last four weeks I've been no
ticing that Farmer Jim Cummlngs has
been acting sort of offish as he took his
mail, but ho didn't volunteer any ex
planations, and I didn't ask for any.
The other day, however, ho was so sur
ly that I opened out on him with:
"Look hero. Uncle Jim; have you got
cramps or anything?"
"Cramps I" he growled In reply. "D'ye
reckon I'm a blamed old flshwoman to
have cramps In July?"
"Any trouble In tho family?"
"Wheat corn and tatcrs comlnc alone
"Then what's hurt your feelings?
Something Is wrong. Uncle Jim, this
government wnnts to know what It Is."
"Look a-here, Abe," he says after a
bit, "am I for this government or ng'ln
"You are for It of course."
"Do you know how clus the vote In
this township was last fall?"
"Well, sir, the present administra
tion had just ono vote to spare. If it
hadn't been for me, the vote would
have gone the other way. My hired
man had the castln vote, and I threat
ened to lick him If he didn't poll as 1
did. I'm the man who saved the day."
"And you should be rewarded," said I.
"Yes, so I should, but how have I
been rewarded? A few weeks ago there
was a new school board elected for
this district. Tho cohorts of this gov
ernment ought to have been on hand to
see that I was elected chairman, but
not one blamed cohort showed up, and
I didn't come within a mile of It That's
what alls me, Abe, If you want to
"It was too bad," I sold. "I'm one
of the cohorts of the government ns
you know, and I never even heard that
you wanted the office. Can nothing be
"The government might cohort the
feller out and cohort me in," suggested
"I'm afraid that can't be done."
"Ob, It can't? Well, I ain't askin the
government to break Its back. Just let
things be as they are."
"But you may do something rash."
"You bet I will!" said Uncle Jim as
be looked up at me with a grim smile.
"Yes, Abe, the galled jade winces, and
the Iron has struck home. It's too late
for tho cohorts of the government to
show up. I got up this mornin fully
determined to upset these United States
and bust this American nation Into a
cocked hat, and, by gum, I'll do it!"
"Can nothing induce"
"Nothin 'tall, Abe, and you might as
well savo your wind. When the gov
ernment left me to fight It out alone, I
left the government to sink or swim.
She's goln to sink, Abe goln down like
a cow In a quagmire and all the tootln
of all the brass bands In the world
can't savo her. Jest drive on and get
ready for the awfulest, biggest calam
ity this world has ever beard of, and
you aro my witness that the govern
ment la to blame for the hull thing."
Poor Uncle Jim Cummlngsl Ho spells
cat with a k, but be has saved this
country no less V "i three different
times and ought to o been the whole
school board eie this. M. Quad.
AN EASY PROBLEM.
The Old Man Warn In ?fo Danger If lie
The druggist had written It on the
labels and also cautioned the old negro
by word of mouth that the contents of
ono bottle were for internal use and
the other for external use, but he hadn't
got a block away before be stopped a
pedestrian to ask the difference.
"Why, one Is for external and the
other for Internal use," was the reply.
"But which Is it?"
"This Is for external. External means
outside, you know. You rub It on."
"And the other you swallow,"
"Yes, sah, but s'posln I dun git dem
bottles mixed up arter I git home?"
"Yes, you may do that. Havo you
got a wife?"
"Well, then, lot her tako the contents
of ono bottle, and you rub your legs
with the other. Understand"
"I does, sah," said the old man, with
a look of admiration, "and I'zo mighty
thankful to yo' 'bout It Befo" de Lawd,
but when dese yere niggers roun' yore
purtend to assimilate do consplcuosty
alongside a white man dey don't coma
vrldln hundred miles of It't
THEY WERE WAITING.
ft Man Who Tlimnjlit Panther Cora
Wnn Slow (lot a Pointer.
Ther6 didn't seem to be much going
en at Panther Covo for a border town,
and when I ran ocrow an old pioneer
I told him that I was somewhat dls
Appointed in It
" 'Pears to be n slow town, eh?" bo
"Ye, rather that way."
"No Hhootln or Imngln?'"
"Nobody jumpln on bis bat and firln
Ms guns In the air and nobody braggln
of the number of men he's killed and
goln to kill?"
"Yes, things are very quiet Any,
particular reason for It?"
"Yes, stranger, there Is. The par
ticular reason Is that about 1C0 of the
boys aretwatchln you and holdln their
"But why should they watch meV I
"Waal, to be squar with you, you
look like a critter who'd walk Into a
saloon and call for a lone drink and for
get the rest of tho population."
"And If I should?"
"Then you'd never have no more
cause to complain of the slowness of
Panther Cove. Before you coold swal
low more'n half the drink the popula
tion would bust forth with a yell, and
about a minute and a half later you'd
be swlngln to that tree over there and
the coroner askln the boys If anybody
bad seen Lung Slug, the gravedlgger.
Yes, the town does look a bit slow, but
you jest take a p'Inter and either go
dry or call up the hull outfit when you
drink." M. Quad.
Palatal Memorlea, ,
The Prodigal Oh, dere's fle old wood
shed where I spent so many pleasant
moments with pop. Ouess I won't re
turn right away. New York Journal.
Come in and see the
Yale Wonder Clock
Now on exhibition at the
Hamilton Cigar Store
Marked Gem Pharmacy on handle.
will be exchanged or money refunded
If they 'shed a bristle.
113 S. Howard St.
The only manufacturer ot
In the city that does strictly hand
seled work. And dealer la Horse
Furnishing Goods. Carrlnge Trim
ming given special attention.
409 South Main Street
People's Phone 1314
DR. KATE R. MCALLISTER
LADIES' PHYSICIAN. (Reglttered.)
Confidential advice and treatment of all
dlioiM peculiar o women. VUtent4
taken m fcpoflnement. Consultation IreA
H-Pft"' il 9"Hof belR write afoot,
plrietir private. A woman test uderitajidi
MMpSable rale. Oall or address Dr. Kail
la Itlii 104 Jld Mfuuie Uim. Mjl
llh bla.nUMn TaL.aalkii. 1
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ts4 ''RtlUffor l,dt,"rMtWr,r fo.
ManUoa IMi prr. licdUon hQctre, i'lllLA. JU
C DLjtl for uanttyrs)
Inltatiuos ur olurotious
of niuooul nMintita&,
I'altaTeit, ki BP4 Mtria.
At ai drug store 11 tnmm 3.
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