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AKBOTT DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DEOEMBEB 14 1901
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Makes the finest flavored, most delicious food
ROYAL OAKINQ POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM 8T., NEW YORK.
FOR SWEET LOVE'S SAKE.
Why John Beck Shipped Himself Across the Ocean as Freight He Has
Won the Friendship of a Wealthy Broker.
Why Auto Tires arc
, Sent Back.
are becoming nioro numerous each
New Boat. Needed.
The Diamond nutibcr Co. may Iinvo
to buy a now boat for the transpor
tation of goods fiom Its main plant to
the factory at Halo, via tho canal, or
give up that method of transit. The
reason In that the launch the company
made 'use of, was never built to carry
heavy loads of freight und the motive
power gave out and the sides of the
boat were bulged. A boat better suit
ed to the impose may be1 secured for
another navigation bcasou.
Ignorance Causes a Heap
v of Trouble.
The Growth of Branch Rubber
Makers of automobile tires and the
manufactuicrs themselves, It is to be
feared, swear bometiuies, when tires
are returned for repairs which would
not have been sent hack at nil had
good common senso and thought been
mado uso of by tho owners or opera
tors pf the automobiles. The tires of
the front wheels of an. auto aie light
er than tho rear tires, because the
tirlvo comes on the latter und of ne
cessity they must bo heavy. But some,
autonnobllc owners t get tho front
.'wheels on behind and vice versa, and
then JUHt'nwliatuialght be expected,
'happens. The lighter tires do not
attaint the strain. The truth of this
assertion Is proved by the, wheels that
aie sent back with the tires still on
them. Very likely the nutomobllo man
growls and complains to the, manufac.
tureis about' the tiros, Into the. bar
gain. No wonder it makes, the rubber
' Branch Stores.
The marvelous growth df the busi
ness of making rubber specialties, such
na toys, uiglcul und bpoUing'goods.
etc., has caused tho establishment of
(What aie practically new featuies,
namely branch stores. itubUer goods
have been for sole outside of tho gen
eral merchandise store, In which theie
might have been located a certain line
of rubber goods, especially ndapted to
the trade In a certain section of the
country fot- only a few years.
Now, each of tho big rubber factor
ies has from ouo tp a dozen branch
Btores, located all over the country,
directed and conducted by Its own
men, who exploit tho excellence and
superiority of the paitleulav brand ot
goods they sell. Anything from rub
ber balls to car butters may be found
In thebo stores, and they often carry
btock worth many thousands, of dol
lars. Tho keenness of tho competition
which has como Into the rubber mak
ing industry of late,- Is also responsible
for the new 'move, and branch liouttaj
An Evangelist's Story.
"V buffered for years with a bron
chial or lung trouble and tried various
remedies but did not obtain permanent
lellef until I commenced using One
Minute Cough Cure," writes Itev.
James Klikman, evangelist, of Belle
River, 111. "I have uo hesitation in
recommending It to all sufferers from
maladies of this kind." One Minute
Cough Cine affoids Immediate relief
for coughs, colds and all kinds of throat
and lung troubles. For croup It Is un
equalled. Absolutely safe. Very
pleasant to take, never falls and Is
really a favorite yvith tho children.
They like It.
Win. Warner, Gem Pharmacy, 113
Bo. Howard st.
Will Have Special Thanks
Governor Issued Proclamation
and Sent Turkey.
Ues Moines, la., Dec. 14. Governor
Leslie M. Shaw has issued a special
Thanksgiving proclamation In order
to accommodato a little girl In tho
noi thwestern part of tho State who
was III Nov. '28, and was unable to par
tako of the usual turkey repast. Ho
aho sent her n line turkey for her
special Thanksgiving dinner with his
A few days ago the Governor receiv
ed this letter which resulted In tho
"Dear Governor: Pleaso can we
have another Thanksgiving Day, nnd
havo It next Thursday? I was sick
and could not eat any turkey or any
other good things. l ain't very big,
but I llko turkey. Pleaso let us havo
it. Your friend, MARY."
The Governor refused to give out
tho girl's namo or her place of resi
dence. Tho proclamation Issued was
not spread upon the public recoids, but
was sent directly to Mary.
A Word to the Wise.
WADE'S PHOTOS, BUTTONS fiXD
BUOOOHES, FOB OHKISTMAS. 207
HAIR.HEALTH always brings back Ihe nat
ural and beautiful color of youth to gray; faded or
hair. Prevents dandruff and baldness. Imnl
dyf but a hair food, and positively restores
gray hair to its youthful color. A healthful hair
dressing for moi and womani it. ......,.,.,.,.
bo delected. See.how Mrs, Mason, Nuttellburgh,
it. .., mmm .i4u j.wuilg gaui Vy USing
I -.:.'.hC'0,!il, '" wUeh ,tni f l,,c' of Mr-Health. My h.lr ,,, , .v
"" HI whit. 10 lonj. before I wli an oldwoman,7( think, l, IU,r.Jl.l,k-
A.ir f .nn.t h n4 A j hfd and 1 hare not u.ed all if ."Vbo'tli ' '
LARQB 5QC. BOTTLES.
AT LBADINd DRUOQISTS.
Freo Soap Offer jaUTA
.v ji,olT 1"1 ,,e '.h" co.uPon In f"' diyi, tike It to any of the followlnr drurrliti and
DMlcatcd Soap, the Leu aoaDfor Hair. Scaln. ComDl.iloi,. Rut. ,,S fwuTiL.i OT31!
wltouto.p,tyexj.r..,,rrel,ald(ln ,l.a al,3 package on r.l"of. JiWp,"
h , QUARINTEE fasrtofi&Jte:
,v. ur-..r.iTr.,. :.-"''.' .." 'V
Iii r c " "'"""" y i'tc nil inooey oack by wrtl or Frttuo
Aid,... i'A-Y fi"r'LT' to . 119 Ufayette StVNewark, K, .
Followlir DninUti lopply Hay'a Halr-neallh aod Uirtloa Soap I. (heir ehopmilri
Dnigglsts: B. Slelnbaclier & Co., 101 Market; CollInB, 120 S, Main;
ninunelmnn, 101 S. Main; Dutt's Pharmacy, 020 S. .Main st;BJapk Tho Drpg:
gist, Main and Kxchango; .T. M. Laffer, Main and Hxchange; tiaraparter
& Co., 183 S. Howard; Harper & Co., lfiU S. Howard; Siuider't) Prug BtQi'o,
10SO S. Main? Buell & I.emasters, cor, Mnlu and Bartgej Albrecht, 437
K. Center; Warner, 20S 13. Market; Gem Pharmacy, lia (Jouth Jlowardr
Knufmnun Bros., cor. Mam and Via duct. Buibortou: Frazo, & fcjtead-'
man, Woolaoy Blasser, t
New York, Dec. 1 Newton Ben
nlngton, a broker and turfman, Im
pressed by the daring of John Beck,
who shlpppd himself here In the hold
of the steamer Palatla, for the sake
of his sweetheart, has volunteered to
furnish the necessary bonds guaran
teeing that he will not become a chnrge
upon the public, and has agreed to seo
that he Is not deported for lacfc of
Mr. Bennington had a conferenco
with Immigration Commissioner Mc
Sweeney and uotllled tho Commission
er that when Beck's caso comes up
for settlement he will bo ready to
take the man In charge.
The box In which Beck shipped him
self ns freight was consigned, to
Messrs. Neutnullcr & Schaofer, pro
prietors of the Hotel Hungarla, In
Before It arrived, however, the
American Express Company, whose
Hamburg agents had handled tho box,'
received a cable, Informing them that
Instead of a model as shown by the
manifest, the box contained a liviug
Tho officials of the company, aston
ished by the Intelligence began an im
mediate investigation, and communi
cated' with Messrs. Ncumuller &
Schaofer. The latter knew nothing of
the box, had never heard of Beck, and
wcro gieatly perplexed and mystified.
4 Immediately after, however, they
received this letter from Beck, which
explained how their names were con
nected with the affair. The letter read
ab follows, with Beck's name and ad
dress at tho top:
Hamburg, Nov. 15, 1001.
Sir: Without work and without
means, I am at the end pf my re
sources, and to procure them both and
to como at the same time to the land
of hope, I am to send myself as goods
ill lit I t-J"A!1" S!SAsgw' ' "lLUmm
Mtim as UaT.sAAn lltri
u .jr.1 mfJt& ..tU
Johann Beck and a Diagram of the Box In Which He Shipped
Himaelf to New York.
by the steamer Palatla, Captain Gross
1 calculate upon your magnanimity
which will spare me an unpleasant
return, although Iliave not the honor
of being' acquainted with 7011. I am
nqt afraid 'of anjrj work, and snould.
like to work oft the expenses.
rviminir with tli Pnlntln. ns already
mentioned, I leare Hamburg on Sun
day, Nov. 17, in the hope of arriving
in New York, in good health. I havo
need to excuse myself for, this troublo
I have caused you as jwell as for my
bad English. My( best thanks In ad
vance. Very respectfully,
The box In which Beck enelod him
self contained also his extia clothlug
and a cheap satchel- In tho latter was
found a packago of letters addressed
to Johann Beck at No. 23 Langstrasse,
Hamburg and at No. 0 Alotnder.
Some of the letters were1 signed Jo
hanna, and were evidently fiom a
sweetheart Others were from Otto
The woman's letters were written
from a hospital in Hamburg, where the
writer had undergone an operation.
They expressed hope that Beck
would secure employment, and a ref
erenco was made to a contemplated
trip to this country.
The other letters and documents
showed that Beck Is a mechanical
draughtsman and a painter. The box
iu which he began his Journey Is evi
dently one of his own construction.
It is made of light material, with
spaces between the boards sufficient
to admit air. '
The top was fastened down with
hooks on tho inside, and could be open
ed or closed by Beck at will.
There was also a small hinged door
or shutter In the bide of the box, near
tho top which nlbo fastened Inside.
Beck provisioned the box with seven
bottles of liquid coffee and chocolate
nnd some bread and sausages. Then
ho made aiiangemcnts for Its shipment,
got 'inside and was taken on board
A cablegram from Hamburg, yester
day, says that Beck Is 11 painter, who
is known as tho box traveler, and
who has made similar trips before.
Whon tho stomach is diseased all the other organs suffer, lienco fatal
diseases of tho hetfrt, liver, luns and kidneys aro often tho result of
Improper digestion. Kodol Dvhi'epsia Cukk contain all the natural
uiguskivo nuius anu nj ingesting wnat, you eat, it cures the ndlgos
healthy condition and perm
Ibcllove Is on account of m
Bested food. I kec
tlon without aid frorn tho stomach, allowing It to rest and regain its
lar heart actlot
ITA ITIMIt nnnphtr n
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smaii aoso always gives mclnBtantrclIef. Ed. Thomas, Leitch field. Ky."
ou to eat all the good food you want.
en a bottle of Kodol Dvspkpsia Cuuk nearby
tr .. .. . . f . .". - Tw -- -..w p --!-"
My rest is oiten aisiurnca at night by Irregular heart action which
my siomacn being overloaded with undi-
It can't help but do vou aood
Prepared by E.O.Dowltt& Co., Chicago. Tho ft. bottlo contains ZH times tins UK. site
'jL'lio favorite household remedy lor coiik hvcoTdiTcroun, bronchitis, grinned
throatand lung troubles is ONE MINUTE? Cough Cure. It cures qulct.'
WM. WARNER, GEM PHARMACY, J 13 HOWARD ST
A Universal Movement Among
An effort to awaken the spiritual life
ot the churches In Akron Is about
to bo made. A special meeting of tho
Evangelical Alllanco has been called
for Monday afternoon, at 1:110 p. ui.,
In tho First M. E. church, with a view
to btartlng a religious revival In Ak
iou, In the lino of work mapped out
for a religious awakening all over the
'United States. Tho Idea of a general
movement among the chinches has
been agitated for nearly two years,
and has been meeting with consider
able approva' whereever explained. It
Is planned for all the churches In this
country to begin revival services at
the same time, nnd continue them for
u certain period. Tho Alllanco Mon
day will dlbcuss plana for bogluniug
the work In Akron.
Dr. Glcs of Youngstown, will bo at
the Hotel' Buchtel Monday and will
remain for two days only. .
fashions For Ladies Have Had
Their Day," Says a Dealer.
"The military In ladles' faslhons,"
said a local dealer In ladles' embel
Hshmcnts, "has served Its usefulness
In a largo degree, and while there has
not been a return to tho frills and fur.
belows of soft, fluffy femininity and,
effects In styles, tho military crazo
seems to hare died a natural death, to
a great extent
"Jackets and waists havo lost th
smart double pocket, 'shoulder arms'
and 'brass buttony' effect. ICo bo sure,
the campaign hat, In various methods
and stages of imitation, rcm,aln with
us. The soft felt hut was fpund to
bo comfortable, sensible, and bcconi'
lug, and will remain for a long thiio
"The strongest Imitation qf jns,scu
Unity this year seems to bo jn ihe leng
Large Crowds of Idlers
Lately, Police Court has been a
great attraction to a certain class ot
people. The spectators' section of tho
court room Is crowded full, and there
h scarcely elbow 100m In the lobby.
Tho visitors are all well known, for
they are principally idlers who are on
hand every day. They read'tho Pollcp
news every day, to tlnd tho dates of
trials they believe will be giatlfyllfg
to their morbid curiosity. It is not
enough that they should bo driven
from tho court 100m, every now and
then by Prlsonkceper Washer, who
Is so disgusted with the tegular visi
tors who como to satisfy curi
osity alone, that ho has lost all pa
tience with them, or tolerance. Tho
old, wornout and hopeless vagrant,
In Police Court Daily.
with his variety of excuses for llvlug,
seeins to entertain them well. AH
branches of family trouble touch the
spot without delay, and the trials In
which young women figure seem to
be occasions for regular fete days.
However, It has been the custom to
drlvo from tho court room nil who
are not Interested In sensational cases.
Another feature which has brought
tho regular visitors Into disrepute, is
their disposition to refrain from work.
Much as laborers arc needed today,
there are few calls mado on Idlers In
1'olluo court, Occasionally they have
been offeied work, but Invariably re
But the same condition exists
tuioughuut tho entlio land.
coats, and, by the way, the gentlemen,
though they would hesitate to own It,
seem to bo plcabed to adopt a feminine
fashion, In tho jokes, which, they
consider, glvo their long overcoats tho
'hang' they think so stylish."
Twelve Years of
ftwf cull P?Bo Pa?n3
A, E. Aiuinger, Braldwood, Ills.,
says: "After Buffeting untold agony
for over twelve ycais from both forms
of piles, and trying nil sorts of pile
remedies without lellef, I am com
pletely cured by Pymmld Pile Cure."
Sold by all druggists, 50 cenls a box.
Book, "Piles, Causes and Cure," mail
ed ice. Pyramid Drug Co., Murshull,
BPP There's s3H
Hk no reflection a0 j$1HB
PfSf"t- dainty, no light s0e5
HnjjgrSr charming as the tDmES
I Bl mellow glow that ((1
Hi comes from jfl I
M., CORDOVA mi
Rl Prepared lo man oolortlnta MMLM
iiBst to barmooli. with anr- JtaiH
iRl rounding! In dining gilH
iMBg room, drawing ,rnoin, ylMiiV
11HKl ted room or ball. Hold JJMM
mmp? .Terrwher. Wide t'TC-aH
PMk STANDARD JiM
HHw OIL CO. ,fi.WBi
ML 3. FALOR
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
Olllca In tho Coventry Block, S, Main
st Akron 0. Near Street cor barn.
Beginning Thursday Dec. 12th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
and continuing until tho entire stock of Millinery Good
and Fixtures formerly owned by Mrs. MacDonald at the
Wolf fc Beck old stand are all sold. Those goods must all
be sold this week : six show cases, three counters, and
all other goods and fixtures now on sale at less than hal
Joseph I irmrio,
f Sfek Goo(1, Reliable Dcnttstry
" ff Kr I .'5 best work will permit.
-rFvTTmrr. t I-'llllnr. nhr nrt
hffl WjttA ; Best gold crowns ?G.OO
" "v rf - w rf . .. p ..... .-- , ..-
We can tell you just what your teeth
work will cost by a free examination.
148 South Main Street, Akron, O.
Open 8 to 8 daily; 0 to 1 Sundays. Dr. Itcnkert, Prop.
All work must be satisfactory. If other wise, Inform Dr. Renkert'
Is what everyone says that wears the
collars and cuffs laundered here. They
are exquisite In their perfect finish and
faultless color, and look fresh .and
clean when those of your less wlso
friends look yellow and rough. Our
fine laundry work Is beyond competi
tion. EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
V, 150 S. High st.
? jCk i
'1 ho use of tho best rnnterlnls and latest method, that moke our
dental office so popular. Of course there' the knowledge that
we are permanently located In Akron. That gives confidence
Ao our patients that our work will be the best; ther know wb
nre bIwbmi here to remedy any defeots or dissatisfaction FREE
PHILADELPHIA DENTAL ROOMS 1
186 S. Matin St.
Open evenings. Bundaj s 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Akron, O.
That in addition to our Burner business
we do Gas Fitting: and carry a fu)l lin
of Gas Stoves. Fixtures. Chandeliers.
Globes, Mantles, etc.
'the SPALDING BURNER CO.
Peoplo'a 'Phono 7M.
"Can't Sleep, Can't Ea-t,
Can't Smoke, Fool Miserably"
Thla In tho p.rv nf mnnv n. husv. ruahlnr. hnstllntr hiiRlnns.o mnn
whoso laeth, through careless neglect, nre a constant cause of pain and
worry. To nil such there Is a SURE, SPEEDY and PAINLESS
OURI3, timo-tosted, novor-falllnc;. That is, visit
T-an U 1 CAITMralVDG Akron Dental Parlor., offlce Han's Blook
UK. . J. OrtUllltK.O, cor.Uoward nnd Market sts
Onr Trice Save Ton Money. Open Sundays, 10 to 2.
Ihe Angelo Andrev J
Paint & Varnish Co. S
324 South Mean St.
Is the only exclusive palntstore
In the city. Everything In tho
paint line, enamels, bronios,
buggy paints, flue colors,
brushes, sponges, ready-mixed
paints, dry colors. All grades
oicnrrlnse. house and furniture
varnishes. Olve us a call. AVe
iant your custom. As much
attention given to small orders
as large ones.
Ihe Angelo Andrew
Paint & Varnish Co.
324 South Main St.
A. Ju Frioss
Imported & Domestic Wines
611 SOUTU MAIN ST AKRON, 0.
Itecommcndcd by pbyslclana foi
medical and tablo use.
Anything for salo or trade, try
In all grades from
To the cheapest, for Horses.
Wagons, Drays, Floors,
and all purposes.
Our waterproof horso covers arg
equal to the host. Bath cabinets,
cots, rind canvas of nil widths toe
salo. Tents and wedding canopies for
Work of all kinds In canvas done to
order in best manner.
Phone 483. , ,
I II Ci
AkronTent & Awning Co,
Phono 488 311 S. Main St,
Our lino pf fliio furs aro superior In
ijuallty and much cheaper In price.