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STHB WEATHEIl TUESDAY
Bain probaWe and warmer.
Vfo liavo aimed to place beforo you
. the BEST IN DIIESS GOODS. Our
EFFOHTS havo been APl'HECr-
ATED, JUDGING from the nmouut
of DHE3S GOODS wo nre SELiLr
ING. Wo havo an ASSORTMENT
THAT CAN'T HELP BUT 1'L.EASE
AND I'lUCES TO SUIT KVEUY
BODY. AT 1.00 A YAUD-Tho popular
prlae for good wool Dross Goods,
Any weave you can think of Is hero,
but wo wish to call your attention
black and colors tho proper weight
for suits nnd skirts.
AT 1.35 A YAltD-Iteal homo
spun Korsoy, 00 Inches wide, In light
gray, u bonutiful shade for suits.
AT 1.50 A YAHD-Ileal homo-,
spun Meltons In a handsome shade
of blue, full (50 inches wide, tho pro
per weight for waists, suits und
AT 2.00 A YAItn-IIlack worsted,
tho weight for winter wear, full 00
Inches wide, strictly all wool.
AT 25c EACH Ladles' Underwear,
ecru color, fleeced, Tho best 2oc
garment over placed on a counter.
Pants can bo had opened or closed.
AT 30u EACH Ladles' pooler Un
derwear In vests and closed or open
pants, nlco and soft, well lleeced, all
At GOc Each Ladies' natural wool
underwear, nice and soft, a garment
really worth 1.00, but wo bought
them cheap and sell them cheap, only
At 60c Each Ladles' fleeced union
suits in ecru and natural grey,
"Onolta style," all sizes.
At 1.00 and l.:il)-Ecru and natural
muncelng nuion suits, "Onolta style."
Non skrlnknble, a very nlcu fitting gar
ment for this price.
Children's underwear In all grades
At SOc Ench Men's lleeced under
wear, all sizes, u garment well worth
At 50c Each Sanitary fleeced under
wear In ton. A splendid weight for
winter In cotton fleece.
At 75c and 1.00 Men's camel hair
underwear, very nice and soft for
those exposed to out door work, this
is tho garment
At 1.25 Each Men's undershirts
only in camrl's hnlr. Double breast
ed back and front The very garment
for good comfort In winter.
At 25c and 50c Ladles' and Misses
end Children's golf gloves, all sizes,
the popular glove for this season.
At 1.00 n Pair Our "Guaranteed"
ladles' kid glovo luis no eqpal In tho
world, all shades all sizes, 2 clasp
150-152 B. HOWARD ST.
Real Estate Transfers
(Furnished by tho Abstract, Title,
Guorontoo &. Trust Co., 220 S. Main st.)
Edward G. Williams and wlfo, to
Florence M. Busenborg, 32V4 ft. In
Poplar st, $1,100.
William H. Barnes and wifo to
May L Mason, 00 ft in Ohio st, 2,
200, Patrick Brennan, to Catherine nnd
Geo. E. Oroysdale, 55 ft. in Miami Bt,
Thomas Nolle, to Carrie Nolte, 50
ft in Wise st, 1,00.
Nelcon ill. Field, et al., to Simeon
Ilaudall, 20 acres In lots 28 and DO
Btow township, 1,200.
LouU Field, et al., to Wilson H.
Field, 44.08 acres in lots 28 and HO
Btow township, 1.
.Xavlcr Simon nnd wifo, to John and
Bllzaboth Aubrey, 45 ft In north sldo
of Mlllor nvo., 350.
Jennie A. Hansom, to Susan II.
Moutenyohl, 15 lots In th0 Galo Allot
ment and 51.100 of an acru cor. W.
Exchange st, and Heck nvo., 1.
.Susan II. Moutenyohl and Jjuslvand,
to Jeunlo A. Kansom, 2.085 at cor.
of W. Exchange st, and Book nvo.,
Thos. F. Walsh, to John Johnston,
0.85 acres fronting on Evans ave.,
A J, Hurdgrovo and wife, to Emma
B. Oxaig, 40 ft. In Ht. Clair st, 1,.
Jacob A. Kohlor nnd wlfo, to Geo. O.
Kohlor, 70.05 ft. In Washington st,
Harriot Harter, to John r,.
Weaver, 0.tl!i(l acres in Section 2(1,
Franklin township, near Manchester,
Charles It. nnd Harry II. Wolf, to
trustees of the Church of United
lirethcrn, 110 ft in Nathan st 500.
Lucy J. Smetts, to Kntarlna Schuel
der, 80 ft In Bowery st,, 1,200.
Tho Akron Iron & Steel Co., to
Cyrus and Amanda Kepler, 50 ft. In
Jin' ave., 250.
f ynnstian Beusch, to Frank Kirk, 50
,, ' Tallmadgo ave., 500.
Frank II. Bill and wlfo, to Clarence
J3, Weston, nbout 70 ft. )n Northamp.
ivn uio., i)i uuyuiiugii mills, $23.
, .j'.miu u, hi . lo itnso w. r ,.o 100
ft; In Northampton ave., Cuyahoga
s 'Sfcald head is an eczema of tho scalti
' rfty Boyero sometimes, but it can
cupel. Doau's Ointment, quick and
MnwMient in its results. At any drug
SANTOS-DUMONT SAYS HE EXPECTS TO
Paris, Oct. 2S. Santos-Dumont, tho
first aeronaut who has been able, after
voyaging soverol miles In tho nlr, to
return to his starting point, has vast
projects in contemplation. Ho was
still fatigued after Saturday's trying
experience when a'corrcspondent found
him in bod this morning, but talked
freely about his plans.
"First of all, I am going down to
tho Riviera to contluuo my experi
ments tlioi'o. I shall build a shed on
tho coast, toko my airship apparatus
and workmen with mo and make for
Corsica on a glyon day. I shall ask
Christmas Presents For
850 Orphans at Xenia.
Mr. J. II Seymour will go to Xenia
tonight to moot thero tomorrow otiier
members of' the committee appointed
by Department Commander B. P. Tag.
gart to visit the Ohio Soldiers' and
Sailors' Orpbnna' homo for a confer
enco regarding tho Christmas pres
ent for tho 850 boys and girls in tho
instltutlou. . A. list of tho presents
wanted has been prepared by tho mat
rons of tho 32 cotltages. Seven tenths
of tho children nsk for books. Ono
boy wants "Peck'.s Bad Boy." Au
othor wants "Duvld ilurum," nnd somo
Will Return Home With a Michi
In reporting tho marriage of Mr. E.
0. Lnbadlo, manager of tho Western
Union Telegraph olllco In Akron, to
Miss Leuah Hayner at Emauuol Epls
copul church in Petoskey, Mich., tho
Petoskey Independent Democrat says:
"Tho church was beautifully decorated
and long beforo tho appointed hour
tho ushers, Messrs. Frank U Sanford,
Geo. Eckel, Boy Baynor and Boy Bud
dock, had been busy seating tho guests.
Promptly at 7:H0, as tho first strains
of tho woddlng march were played,
Miss Wordon at the organ, and Prof.
Weaver, violin, Bev. .1. W. Armstrong,
tho groom and IjIh best man, .Mr. Ed
ward 1), Caskey, advanced to tho al
tar. At tho snino moment tho bridal
procession started slowly up tho nlslo,
two prelty liowcr glrtu, Isabello Mid
dledltoh and Ella lloyt, gowned In
dainty whtto frocks, leading. Behlim
them ciimo Mr. Jtoy Hayner and Miss
Cora Lynn and Mi Boy Buddock and
Miss inda Martin. Following these
attendants came tho maid of honor,
Miss Elizabeth Hastings, who woro a
beautiful gown of pink, carrying pink
carnatlous. Thou emtio the brido on
tho arm of her mother, Mrs. Frank
Hoyt, who gave hor away.
"The rest of tho ceroipony was con.
ducted by Bev. J. W. Armstrong ac
cording to the impressive Episcopal
ritual. Tho ring service was used and
tho responses were plainly uttered.
Tho brldo wore a beautiful trained
gown of delicate gray silk, trimmed ex
qulsltuly' in hico and chiffon, and she
carried bride's roses.
"Then cuino an elaboroto wedding
dinner faultlossly served to nbout 75
guesto at tho Eureka Cafe, by Caterer
Braun. ,'Iho, tables wero beautifully
; , , , , l J
tho postal authorities to give me a
message for delivery at a certain point
on tho Island, and shall race the mall
boat, and, what Is more, I shall beat
NO FEAIt OF THE SEA.
"I am not afraid of falling Into tho
sea. I shull not drown, for my appar
atus will bo enveloped In a covering
of Impermeable silk and I shall float.
Afterward I shall try to cross tho
Mediterranean to Tunis. If I be suc
cessful In these, trips I shall consider
tho possibility of crossing the Atlantic.
"I bellevo tho voyago to America
could bo done in a smaller balloon
than that employed by Zeppelin on
want Nkntes and games. Tho girls
want books as a rulo, or a year's huh
scrlptlon to some magazine. The Grand
Army In Ohio will pay for the pres
ents to be bought, the cost of which
will bo In the neighborhood of 700.
For years tho Grand Army thus given
Christmas presents to tho Orphans and
the holiday season is looked forward
to eagerly at tho Home, Tho Members
of the purchasing committee 'besides
Mr. Seymour nre.J, ll. Taylor Woostcr;
Dr. O. W. Weeks, Marlon; T. O. Col
llns, Sprlugflelu; M. M. Murphy, Mt.
decorated with pink and white chrys
anthemums, candelabra and ferns.
Small souvenir boxes of wedding cako
wore tho favors. Congratulatory tele
grams were read by Prof. Graves.
"Mr. and Mrs, Labadlo loft on tho
10:110 train for tho. south, showered
with tho good wishes Of tholr friends
who assisted in getting them off In
true bridal fashion. Certain It Is U
old shoes, rlco, whlto ribbons, b.lg plac
ards, etc. havo anything to do with
tho success of their lives-there 1B a
glorious future for them.
"The wedding glfta were especially
numerous and beautiful. Mr. and Mrs.
Labadlo will bo at homo after Nov.
1, at tho Windsor, Akron, 0 In which
city tho groom Is manager of Western
Union Telegraph Interests;"
Bar to -Identification
Relatives of Jeremiah Duggan
Says He Has Been Located.
A photograph, of Jeremiah Duggan,
who, it was thought might bo tho
man who has been lying nt Parka'
morguo awaiting identillcatlon slnco
last Tuesday, was received by Mr.
Parks, Saturday and all wio saw tho
picture, wcro confident that the mys
tery was solved.
Tho picture and tho nppenranco of
tho man coincided exactly and word
wns sent to Duggan's home (n Toronto,
Can., notifying, Puggon'B relatives of
All calculations, woro upset Monday
howover. by the receipt of a telegram'
from ' Duggan'q relatives flaying tho
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FLY FROM PARIS
TO NEW YORK
Explaining His Balloon to Professor Langley.
Lake Geneva. I should use petroleum
as fuel and a powerful motor giving
several hundred horse-power. Tho.
question of fuel is tho greatest dull,
culty, but that problem will bo. solved
In time. What would Fulton have said-
If ho had been told that a steamship
ono day would carry engines of 40,000
"My present airship Is propelled by
an eighteen horse power motor, but
wo are only on the threshold of tho
science 'of aerial navigation, and nono
can say how ,mony thousand horso
power tho motor of tho steerablo bal
loon of tbo future will dovelop. Pow
erful motors are lighter proportionately
than, smaller ones. ' ,
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Good Liquur Yvorcn iryinq
Your Money Refunded
if Not as Represented
Old 87 Rye (nice goods)
"Small Grain" Rye (for this
G years old, per gallon
Claret, Old Cabinet Claret,
Imperial Sherry, Red Cross
Brand, per b'ottlo
Old Tom Gin, fmblo Englo
worth $i.aq per bqttlo). for 'this week . ,
' ' ' ".
Akron Wine & Liquor Co.
137 South Main Street.
Opposite O'Neh's Store.
r S T i V V' v"1'1! 1 J90
ir I I 1 I t l i rA "TV
148 South Main .Street, Akron, O.
Over Standard Hardware stpro. Dr. Itenkert, Mgr. Open Sundays
0 a. in. to 1 p. in. Open evenings until 0, Popplo's phono 704,
missing man had been located at
Niagara Kails and that ho' was on his
way to his homo. To mnko assurance
doubly Bine, Mr, Parks has sent the
description of somo tatoo marks Uiat
aro on tho arm of tho man nt tho
morguo and on this, probably, tho iden
tillcatlon will bo decided. '
Young Boy Intoxicated.
telophono message from Cantos
. ' ' '
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OCTOBER 28 1901
IN TWO DAYS-WILL
My views of nlr navigation aro dla
Imotrlcally opposed to those of Count
Do la Vaulx, whoso aerial trips on tho
shores of'the Medtterannean wns such
(a. flasco. - Instead of keeping close to
;tho surface of the sea, I would rise to
tho height of say 5,000 yards, where
.among the opposing air currents I
Icould select the one best suited to
-my purpose, so that I should not havo
to fight my way against a head wind,
but be blown by a friendly current to
ward my destination.
"It will "Jake nnfc' considerable less
time to go 'from Europo to America
than a transatlantic liner. If 1 had
a strong, steady wind behind mo such
as sometimes blows across tho Atlan-
,'.!.. . .
Brand" '' "' !;V '
,nnd want n medicine that is not dan
gorous, one that contains no cocaine,
oue that ""will not cause Boro guins come
to lis,. Physicians enn ondorso it. Wo
warrant; our plates to tit and lqok nat
ural. .No extra, charge for extract-,
ing when we make your now teeth,
Oqr price, 18.00 for best
teeth crxn't be'be&t
All other "work at, lowest prices, con
sistent with first class work
Sunday evening requested that the
pnronts of young Miles Early, of Fur
nace st, Akron, bo notified that tho
boy was arrested Sunday In Canton
for intoxication. IIo will likely bo
Democrat iJhier Columns effect
quick, t exchnnges between bargain.
givers ,upa (H'gaw-secisorB.
Try the .peWrat's Liner Oo.umJ
TRY CORSICA FIRST.
tic, I might go from Paris to New York
in two days; .1 would not go alone, as
such a voyage would' demand at least
half a dozen" men to manoeuvre the
balloon and sleep by turns. As to
when I shall carry passengers from
Cherbourg to New York Is a mcro de
"Up to the, Dresent, aoronauts havo
gone away into space, not knowing
where they would land or whether they
would over l)"e heard of, but I have
given rendezvous and kept thb.in. I
haye gone' away'' and returned to tho
starting place. Crossing-the Atlantic
is not the chimera it may appear. I
beliovo ,it can bo Uoue nnd I hope to
try It." .
To have a tooth
lied: noma In nin.
, ijr, rensonnuiy.
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PHILADELPHIA DENTAt ROOMS
i act. as. Main St.
Open ovenlngi. Sundays 10 n.m. to 1 a.m. Akron, O.
M0N5YT0 LOAN IN$5TsTToo
On Household Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines, Horses, Car
riages, W.atches, Dlelmonds, Life Insurance Polices and other securities.
All goods ito remain in your possession without the least publicity.
You' can have loans for one or ,12 months, weekly or mo nthly payments.
Loans Made the Same Day. Open Every Evening
AKRON SECURITY & LOAN CO., ,93 s, wa;d st
1 biMES CROW TO DOLLARS
, if Deposited In
THE DIME SAVINGS BANK,
SZS7 South Howard Street,
AKRON, OHIO. .
W Pay 4 per Cent Interest on
, Savings Accounts.
PLAE Jff ((iLANT ADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT
Order of the Catholic
Excommunicated Priest Attended
Chicago, Oct. 28. (Spl.) As an ex
communicated priest, divested of ev
ery right to claim membership In tho
Boman Catholic church, Father Jere
miah J. Crowley defied the order of
tho highest tribunal of the Catholic
church in Chicago yesterday and pr
tended mass at St. Peter's church and
the Holy Name Cathedral. Several
ushers who saw him enter hurried to
the sacristy nnd informed Father
Francis J. Barry," tho chancellor of
the diocese, that Father Crowley was
In the congregation." Instead of at
tempting to exclude tho excommuni
cated priest, Father Barry said simp
ly 'Close your eyes on him," and
the services proceeded.
Do you suffer from piles? If so do
not turn to surgery for relief. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will act
more quickly, surely and safely, sav
ing you the expense and danger of
William Warner, Gem. Pharmacy, 113
S. Howard st. , .
Akion Elk Kurt.
Will Lyman, an Erie engineer, was
thrown from his cab in the yards at
Kent Monday nnd severely bruised. Mr.,
Lyman Is a member of Akron lodgo
The Barbertons and the Maroons
will play a match game on the Grand
alleys, Monday night
.Knuffmnn and Hart are tied for the
high average for the week in the con
test for the prize that was to bo
awarded to day ,bowlers.
There will be a meeting of the offi
cials of tho Grand alley league, Mon
day night. Tho meeting will beheld at
the Grand alleys.
Our Largest Customers
talk for us. They aro so well satls
tled themselves that they tell others
about the merits of Ilennei's beer. All
who use it agree that it is tho best
beer they over drank. So will you, If
you give It a trial. No beer receives
better' care In tho brewing and the
THE GEO. J. RBNNER
tooth piled by on old.fnjlitonwi dontlit and old
ids, but 1 hnvo dono nwny with tho dread nndl
Mllcd by n
it, tor nil time. Don't suffer having teothl
Tw.iuujuu. wuin. cureiuiiy, paiaiei
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