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AIOtON DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY. JANTJAEY 13 1902
That is dyspepsia.
It makes llfo miserable. "
4 lie sufferers cat not because they want to,
! bnt simply becanno they mutt
' They know they are Irritable and fretful ;
( bat they cannot bo other-rise.
They complain of a bad taste In tho
month, a tenderness at the pit of tho atom
acb, an nncasy feeling of puffy fulness,
bcfidache, heartburn and what not.
fc Tho effectual remedy, protcd by ponna
Cent cures of thousands of severe cases, Is
Hood's Fills are tho bett ctthartlc. . ""
Tell Who Her As
. sailant Was.
Mrs. Dennis Is Slowly
Washington, .Inn. 13. -Sirs. Ada Gil
bert Dennis, Mil- diossnmker who was
tnuuleroiisly assaulted on the night
of Bee. 0, wiih uWe for tlio flint time
Sunday to make n statement. 'L'lio po
lice have iM-eii hopeful Hint she would
Ithiow some light on the motive for
tho crime or lend to the discovery of
iJio pcipcltnlur. but her statement eon
tamed nothing Hint would give nny
title lit cither dliccliou. She says she
lcmcniliris notliniir liniiiiMl lately nre-
eedlngltlio liltnck upon her, mid the
blow was sttuck while she was asleep,'
infr liiul she the lomutcst Id u whir
committed the usanult, nor the motive
luu It. .mih Ui-niUH' Miid Hue lind nut
lu&n out ol the house, ciiu llluc 'tile night
of the nssault.iind tlmt ltefoie tetlrliig
tdjo hud locked tho doom to tho fiont
Mil'J back pallor. The Inttci' she oc
cupied M8 u bed room.
One featuio or. Mrs. Dennis' slate
merit Hint puzzles tho police Is Hint
sho snld her revolver mid her money
wero under her pillow when (die to
tired. When the crlluo wils discovered
tbo next morning tho revoher wiih In
a drawer of a secretary neiir by, und
the money wiih in a pocket lamk In u
box on a table near the lied. Her con
dition today wax eiy much Unproved
and the physicians believe she will ie.
Was Misplaced and Fatal Wreck
Chicago, 111., .7nn. 1.1. A message to
General Manager llltt, of tho Ohlcngo,
Ttock Island & I-nclllc railroad, stattA
Hint a passenger train ran into a con
struction train today, nt Okene, Okln.,
killing two and Injuring ejght persons.
L misplaced switchjs bellovl to hnvo
Caused tho passenger to leave tho main
Tbo dead nro: Hu K. Iar, Wichita,
Kas.j H. A. Colfy, (5alvu, Kns. Nono
of the injured aro sorloitsly hurt.
m O'ML &
An Exceptional Offering In
Our annual inventory shows us that our stook of X
shoes is altocothor too larco. and in order to redunn 5
; I it in sizo wo have decided
; ; prices in several lots of tho
;; To givo nn idea wo montion
3 pairs men's onamol and patdnt leather, d CC
sizos 6 to 11, formor prico S5. now $L3) X
10 pairs mom's patont lonthor, sizes 6 to
. ' . . .
v, formor prico $u, now ;
46 pairs men's vici and box calf shoos,
sizes 0, 7, 9, 10, formerly fil.6'0, jiow
86 prs men's enivmol pal. leather, sizes 0
to 10, formorly $5 now . . . . ,
42 prs men's onamol and pat leathers,
sizes, $ to 10, formorly $4 and $5, now
26 prs onamol and pat loathors, sizes 5 tq"
10, formorly J1.50, now ,
16 prs women 'b calf welt laco, just tho
thinn for skatini', formorlv $''.fi0. now
4S pairs women's calf welt laco, sizes 2 j?' J?A
200 pairs women's kid
laco, formorly .5.50 and , now,
6 pairs womon's pat. leather and onamol,
formorly $.1,50 to 5, now
M. O'NEIL &
The Land Leased and the
Another step In tho course of events
that mny make Akron tho cpnter of tho
salt producing Industries of tho Unit
ed States lniH been taken In the past
week; when Innd was lensed nt
Evbrctr, for tbo put pose of erecting
a large salt factory uud drilling wells.
'Tho land which hug been lensed Is
tliat belonging to George Botzum, con.
slstlng of about 80 acres, and tho
"Stownrf fitim' of lOO'Mores.
It is stated by Mr. Botzum that the
persons who huve'icnsed the land dro
I'lttsburg parties, whose names he is
not at liberty to divulge. They have
been Incorporated under the laws of
Nuw Jersey, with rteapltnl stock of
$500,000,' and will. proceed' uf once'to
drill wells' tint! erect a jiianimotlt plant.
The gctiticihch IhtcivstMTnmrouiico ns
the result of former borings nnd tests I
Hint have been made litthat legion,
that they bcllovc that tiiey will b6 .
And the Attractions Offered at
, , . , the Grand.
;,"Jfovpr's lyiine," tho delightful pas
toral play which has bee,n spoken
of very highly by, crltlus'nud thu press
overywljrio, n 111 -be Hie uttracHirn at
tho(jiand1 Tnesdiiy nlght. Tho hero
Is a young eleigymau, who has given
his wlx'lo llfo to. his little chinch.
There are many odd eliaincteis, and
tho caste Is said to bo one of e-u.op-tlonal
Tho story 'of "The I'nrlsh I'rlest,"
which will bo at thi- Uiuud, Wednes
day night, Is one- of life, "with Hs
hopes, disappointments and smiles,
uud not a lcllglous story. Daniel
Bully, i who takes the name part,( Is
famed ns an excellent and ablo ac
Al Reeves' big compnuy, with a
nudovlllo show, will hold the boaids
. , j''.L ' ' eJ f
Those on the A.,' B. & C. Line
Will be a Darker Red.
AH but tin co of tho -IB new cars
ordered by thp N;- O. 'I1. Co. aie In
aorvlce, and theso wll bo put on be
fore tho end of this Wfek.
T1h company Is nowhaylng Its sum
mer ears' painted yellow,' to confoim to
CUT IN PRICES
to make temptingly low i
latest shapes aiid stylos. X
a fowpricos. X
. ' . . -A.
turns, "button and
In a Great Salt
Factory to be Erected
able to find unongh natuinl gas to
supply nil the needs of their plant, ns
This pint of thq Cuyahoga Valley Is
as yet largely undeveloped, Experi
mental wells, of, 'limited depth, hao
been sunk at ynrlous places nnd times,
but no thorough sQincli and Imestlgu
Hon has been made.
The nniiouuceincnt that the new;
company will begin woik at once has
aroused a great deal of excitement
among land owners. In the vicinity,
and tho opctntlons will be wntched
closely, ns tho leal leasons of thq val
ley have never been investigated in
moie than a veiy cnstiiil way.
Mr. Miner Howe, Mho with O. 11.
Hardy and others, It tiboi-t to sfnk
some (est wells, at Hawkins, has beta
of the opinion for a long time that
there will lm surprises', when wells
ofmilllelent depth have boon dillled In
tho Cuyahoga Valley.
the color of the winter cars.
A., B. & C. cars will bo painted a
darker led, and Uu- Canton-Akion
cars, aro to bb painted the tains
Of Directors For Police Pension
The cpstodlnns of the 1,'ollco l'cu
slon fund, held their annual meeting,
Monday for the pin pose pf electing
dlreclois. Uallotlng hjis been begun,
and will bo continued .until 0 p.m., be
fore being closed,
No business other than the meeting
was taken up Monday.
ALL BY HIMSELF
Mr. Kellogg May Row and Fish
. ; In Lake Brady. ;
IChllf. O.. .lail. l.'l. Tim vllrliln nn (Li
wafers of Lake lliady, ith,SililtuallHt
icsort, have liwii In dispute, for yeijis,
A. Kellogg, of Cleveland, owner of tho
resoit, claiming ownership of the lake;
Homo tlmo ago he procured a tern
iwrnry Injunction, jostmiulnlr the own
ers of the Kent club liouso and otheis
from boat lug or Ilshing on thc lake.
In Common I'leas court at itavennn.
Judge Robinson ban niado the lnjune
tlou peiniaiient, tlui-4 deciding tho own
cnthlp of tire lake.
-, Struck a
Wheeling, W. Yn,, .Ian. 1.1, This
morning nt 11 o'clock tho 'east-bound
piis-scnger train, known an tho "cannon
ball" train on tho 11. & O. railroad,
Ktruck a car of 'the Wheeling Traction
company, at tho guide, crossing in
North Hcnawood, Just below tins' city,
demolishing tho car, resulting In the
insltant death of Moloumui fieo, Ilait.
Tho car contained ilvo passengers, all
of whom escaped with only slight
Are Working In Har
To Secure Large Sums For the
Cleveland, 0 .Ian, la.- It was stated
at tho headiitiaitoi'H of tho MeKlnley
National Meiiunlal iiHsoclallou today
that tho Issuance of several additional
proclauialloiis by govcrnois of slates,
has slli red up tho public- throughout
the country to malJo McKIuloy day a
suenss. Coventor Candler.. of Ceoigla,
who was a waim pcisonal friend of
tho linto nrcHldenl, eSpixsed his do
Mio to do nvorj thing ilusMlblo for the
moniimelit funds, nnd ill call upon
the peoplo of tieoigln to hold special
sen Ices on Sunday, .Ian, UO, to make
a special i-nbrt for a largo is)utrlbu
tlon on .McKUilnyV birthday, ,lau UP.
Gov, DaMs, of Aikansas, 1ms alie.uly
Issued a piwlamiiHon, and In oilier
stated the same action U iH'Ing Hiken,
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S""Vmt !-il!-iUll Mi ImlU.
I.dTi,.,', J ;r'ie,-if rO ""U.
fli J.,,.l.,r.,U,J-l,Mr, " "i--.- n.
tarn 1I-.1I. in fWiA -rliu.i.i. .
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For Frank Toenncssen, Arraigned
Frank Tpciin(ae!i, y,o had been be
fore tho Mayor oii-two pievloits occa
sions for flbifiuppi-t t, wi-s ft(n-n.Iih,efd.'
on tuu Fnmoiciiiugc jiouun.v.utwuui';.
It appeal a jtyn't Tocnue,"'en,('vho Is h
widower, (nmUnn. pxcellent ntmlclnn,
bus been omployc't' for- somc'Unlo at'
ork nboutalpons. 'J'wJcp ljofoie, hj
had been given another chntito by tjib
Mayoi1, nnd 'his Honor gaQ blni olio
more challCo after hearing, "".Maiidny
morning, that a good posltloff'lfadtbeen
olTcied Totnuc-sscn at Hie! 'IV'tmonij)
lltibbcr works. 'loenne,'cu his two.
Cost Less Money
Though Number of
Pensioners Is Larger.
High Tide of Pension' Payments
Washington, .fan. 13. At the con
clusion of tlio routine business today
the House took up the pension ap
proptlatlou bill. Mr. Harney, (.Wis.)
In charge of tho bill, explained that It
ennled $lBf),8 10.480 as against $J15,
24r,2.'10 appropi lated for the current
The rstlmates for the payment" of
pensions wnsdeerensed from $141,000,
000 to ,$138,r0A,0O0i He wns asked by
Mr. THohnrdon, frenn.,) why the
nmount for pcimlons deweased five,
.and a hnlf million hlle tho number of
pensioner wns. said to bo lnrger. Mr.
Itarnoy explnltted Hint this Was ne
eounted for by the fact that tho
ui reunifies weio deci casing and the
liuntber of hug pensions, (those from
$50 to $75 per months) were nlso de
cienslng. In reply to nnother quostlon
ho stated thnt th'o Commissioner of
Pensions boliovedvthat the high tld of
jienslon payments had been reached
,nud tho amount,, r"(irdred probably
would remain stationary for some
Uncle' Sam'I to
Chicago's Big Ditch Assumes
N t National Aspect.
Waslilngtou, .Ian. 1.1. The project of
giving a national aspect to tlio Chicago
dinlnago canal, "making It n link In
wnter connection between tho (rent
Lakes nnd the Ciulf, was consldeicd to
day by the House Committee on Ulerr
nud lliirbeis. Two delegations from
Chicago -veto present, one Including
tho ofllceis, of 'tho iimltary district,
Interested In the hugor piojoor, and
another headed by c.vHeprer
sentntlvo Adams, fiom Chicago,
who appealed In ndvocacy of lmpioved
navigation l.ullltlos Including turning
basins In the Chicago river. The pro
ject was (list presented by Mr. Adams,
who explained tho vast magnitude of
tho I'oiunieiie mi tho river ami the dif
ficulties and dangers Incident to navi
gation nt this time. Tho city lawmak
ing extenshe Improvements, widening
the channel, electing the most mod
em luldges, etc., 'costing In the ag
giegate about SU.OOO.OOO. All of this
benelUs general navigation Interesta
and It Is deshed that tho IVdral gov
eriueiit supplement the work by pro
vldlng turning basins to v'ost ?r00,000.
Helped Make Akron Conspicuous
Company F, helped make Akron con
spicuous at tho Inauguration of. Gov
ernor Nash In Columbus Monday, leav
ing for the capital Sunday ovenlng.
Aside fiom tho company there, were
few local lfllois at the Inaugural. Mr,
R. M. Wananiiikcr and Dr. U D. Sis
lor wero aiming the number.
Project to Hold Union Revival
At n meeting of tho ministers, after
tho l'nlon sen lees In tho First M. 11.
chinch, Saturday afternoon, tho pro
position to continue tho Union services
In some dow n town hall, was nlvuuloi--od
for tho ptesent at least, becauso a
number of I ho ministers had peifeFtcd
plans l'or sei vices In their own
cmircues, miring tula week.
3 Hi-' "
Into Affairs In the
Senator Howe Demands
WnhIiig;tofi, ..Tnn.-i. Mr. Howe Itt
tlje enntn WUay Introduced a resolu
tion rjrbvldliig for the appointment
of a cqmmlttee of seven Senators to
examine Into tho conduct of tho war
in thu Philippines, the administration
of tho government, and condition and
character, of the Inhabitants, said com
iulttcc to have power to send for por
'sons and papcis, to administer (nttliB
and to sit during the sessions of tho
LAND-Mnry Lane, aged i0, of 1201
West Thornton st, dleil Saturday, of
iconsuurptlon. Kuneral sei vices from
,111c residence Tuesday.
MIMiUIl-Ueoige W. Miller, aged
42, of llltT Cobuin St., died Satin day,
of softening of tho brain, after a long
Illness. Funeral services will be held
fioni the lesldcnce, Tuewlay, at 10
Henry I. Swnrt,, Bnrberton 'J7
Lottie Wagner, -Aki on ..,., 20
Gloom's, occupation, farmer.
Academy Wort. -
Saturday evening In Ciouse gym
nasium Buc)itel Academy basket ball
team beat the Actual, Ituchtol college
by a one-sided scoro of lit to 8. Itos
tock nud Wcary'of the Academy, aud
Slusser and Vodcrman of the Actual,
played tho best game. There was a
Itovival meetings will be holfl nt tho
Cenltral rrcabyterinn church wch
night Hits week, excepting Saturday.
Tho Indies of the Missionary society
of tho Grace Reformed church will
meet Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs! Geo Bans, 10li Sherman, sr.
Ladles, aro l'-n'cstcd." bring tbclr
work for the afternoon. A. business
niectlug" ..ill-be held at 3 p. n.f ;
JUROR HURT. "
On the Ice and
' . Three Ribs.
iMr. Hlchard Iwls, of Clinton, who
wns to have served on tho Grnnd Jnry
for tho January term, fell on the lco
Sunday evening and troko three ribs.
" --'- I'll t . , I,
Kov. .1. M. Yingllng, pastor of the
ltedfoid St. M. 11, church," Cuinber
land, Md., says: "It nffoids mo gieat
pleasure to iiH'oniiuend Chamberlain's
Colic, Choleia and nnrrhoe"a Itomedy,
i have used It and know otheis' who
have never known It to fntl." I'or sale
by till druggists.- K. Steiubacher At
Co., wholesale agents.
Will Install Officers.
First Vlco Piesldent II. J. Conway,
of St. Louis, of tho International As
sociation of Retail Clerks, will nddress
a meeting of the Akron Cleiks' union
tomorrow night. Installation of olll
oers will take place and tho ritual will
,Fov furnituro stocks can
so woll boar criticism and
cnrofiil CQitiiinrison ns ours.
It's bocatiso oftch article
in tho nssorttiioht is caroful
ly ohosen with .regard not
only for its nppoaranco, but
for its ronstiuotion ana' its
finish as well ita, real worth
instonrl of its - apparent
Tfiluo. AVhon 'you'buy hero
you cm bo suro of'your pur
ohaso ami certain of their
enduring ' eioellonce md
The Kirk Co.
IJM'i.vtlilng for tho Home.
125-127 South Howard St
'l'"l'irfS- J M?Tii-l
. f- E Schneider o.;
Dry Goods ExtlusiVev - '
January Clearance Sail
i i '
For .your choico of our fine up-to-date
cloaks. Largo assortment, A few car
ried oVer-ffom last year at still greater
Good Garments, $1 up
The extreme low prices will take them
with a rush
Every Day In January Bargain Day '
at Our Store.
Great reductions throughout the store,
m s ? m 1
Mr, ,T. Whltelaw was In Cleveland,
Saturday, visiting his grandson, Roy
Whltelaw, who Is sick.
Miss Sella J. Yockey, of tho Fulton
Signal, visited over Sunday with Ak
Mr. l' O. Hamilton, of 10." Vine si.,
returned Saturday from a visit with
filends and relatives at Wanen.
Mm H. B. Van Horn nnd daughter,
of AVarren, spent Sunday with Akton
'I he M. V. O. B. Pedro club met at
the home of Mr. Geo. Cnllahau, Friday
evening at Cuyahoga. Falls. Refresh
ments n'erc patltaken of, and a general
good tlmo was enjoyed.
Mr. Hugh Price, who has been in
Youngtown for some time, has re
turned to Akron because of illness,
nnd Is nt his fnlther's home la Carroll
Ol,D FOLKS' DANCE
Will be a Leading Social Event a
The citizens of Rlchlleld "Will enldy
an old-fashioned country dance on the
evening of Jan. 17th, The scene of
the affair will -be Garter's hotel, at
West Richfield. "Uncle Tobe" Jones
will dispense sweet strains from his
antiquated tlddlo, and Just as of old
the' stentorian tones of "Bill" Lamb
will bo heard calling out "Alamand
left en right," "lialanco-all," "Zhasn,"
"Swing ycr partner, hold 'er tight,"
as the sweet tones of the musician
ilpat softly through the candie-llghted
atmospliero of the dance hall, euiap
tuilng tho rosy-faced maiden and the
brawny youth, nipping lightly over
the wated floor.! Rosy-cheeked ap
ples and cider will bo dispensed with
a liberal hand for lefrcshments, as
only tho open-hearted "tiller of the
soil" can dispense. It will bo nn old
time affair just-to tecall tho pleasant
memories nnd associations of the past.
M, B. laid wick vs. Board of Bduca
Uon of Norton township. Appeal set
tled at defendant's cost.
Geo. M. T. Tuttlc vs. Oliver G.
Laster. Money. Default Judgment for
Nancy Rhoades vs. Hnrvey Breden
stein. Appeal. Settled,
('has. M. Oberlln ys. Txitilft K. Hlrsch.
Money. Settled at defndnnt's cost.
State vs. Amof) Cameron, on com
plaint of Minnie Mauuw leler. Ills.
Geo. Helwlg vs. Adam Uelwlg.
Ll.y-lo Hnrrls vs. Thomas Harris.
Dlvotce. Dlunilt'Sed for want of pe
tition. AValtet; Prertmoio vs. O. A. Blgler.
Appeal. Default Judgment for plain
HIT for $41.77.
John W. Jewm vs. Hi Smith, DIs-lult-sed.
. Wm. E, Wheeer has been nppolntcd
administrator of tho estate of D, P.
Wheeler. Bond, $10,000.
: : : 'Al.
Regarded as a;Jokc.
A (lehpatch from Pittsburg wyB: Tlio
l-eport Hint William Washer, an nma
teur pitcher of Akron, ()., hnd received
t-n offer from the Plttsbjug olu, turns
out to be a fake. Iaunger Fred
Clarke never heard of ijte player,
Don't let the llttlo ones suffer fiom
ecKctna, or other toitutlng skin dls
eases,. No need for It. Dona's Oint
ment cures, Can't harm tlio most
delicate skin. At any dtug stole, CO
BALM of ROSES
THE ONLY -ANTISEPTICDRESSING
Leading druggists' 22 fiSo
TOOvLATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SALB-By ,T. I. Bachtel, 1S
S. Howard st 'Phone 722.
33 feel front, B. Mnta St., -opposite
Peoplo's Savings bank, two story
fiame buildliig, with two store rooms.
living Jfrpoms. also; 5 room house In
'wnr. nil 'for S.1S00. Genuine bargain.
528 S. -Main, 22 feet front, flame
building, $3G00.. , ,
Store room and living upnrtrueuts,
corner S. Main und IQiIorjjts. renjlng
at $14, $1050. Suro Investment. Own
er needs the money.
Lots at $240 to $420, H. S. Falor al
lotment, near S. Main st., Miller school
and your woik. , 220 tf
WANTI3D One or two good men to
sell and collect; steady employment;
compensation liberal. Call from 7
to 8 P.m. Tho Singer Mfg. Co., 221
W. Maiket st, Akron, O. 220-2C3
WANTED Position by an experienced
bookkeeper, ns bookkeeper or gen
eral .office man. Address vbpx ,500,
this office. " '220-231
LOST A pink cameo P'u. with Diana
head on it, between ldo Wooster
ave. and B. L, Dodge's furnlturo
..store, 12(1 S'Howaul st. Finder
' bring pin and receive reward, Miss
'.llei-tlm tjchcll. . 220-231
WANTED A bright, quick office boy,
High school' graduate, prof tared;
must write fairly. Address by mall
v only, in own hand writing. Alden
Rubber Co., Barbei tonb,
WANTED To rent, small farm, nenr
"Akron, for cash rent. Address V.
- G. P., 245 Wooster ave. 229-231
FOR SALE No. 201 and, 20 W. Mar
ket st., two stoic rooms, 40 feet
frontage, for $2,500. $300, $700 and
$1000 to loan nt 0 pet'eent on first
mortgage security. i F. A. Leeser,
room 510 Everett building. 220-234
WANTED-Lady in each county to
represent house established lOyenra;
solid, financial standing; straight,
bona fide weekly cash salary $lt?,
paid by check each Wednesday, with
all expenses direct from hendquart
cis. Money advnneed for expenses.
Manager, 329 Caxton Bldg:, Chicago. '
Jan, 11, 18, 25. Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22. Mar. 1
j FOR SALE HY
ROOM 27. ARCADE BLOCK
402 Cross st., 7 rooms, gas and fcowcr,
Cuyahoga st., near Howaid, 3 acres,
Homo ave,, (3 agios, 6. room house,
bnin, 20x30, large heii house, wel and
qlstom, hoar street) ears al u haignln.
Choice-building lots' on Shaefer bt
near Crosier St., hqndy to Webster,
Camp & llano's, People's Hard Rubber
aud other new shops,
Farms of 7, 20, 53, (15, 70, 75 and 102
acres, theso farms are for bale or
Opeii'Satiuday ovenlngs. 220tf
EXCURSION TO COLUMBUS
Via C, A. & C. Ry. .Tan. 12 and 13,
only $3.85 round tilp. Good return
ing until 14th.
$3000 to loan In Rums of $1000 or
moie at 0 per cent on A No. I real cs,
tnte. C. R. Olln, sccretnty Buchtel
WANTED-At once, n ghl for general
hoiif-ew oik, family of two. No wash
ing or honing. 103', Spiuco st.
INAUGURATION GOV. NASH, CO.
$.185 lound trip via C A. & C. Ry.
Tan. 12 and 13, good returning until
0UNTRAL PASSENGER ASSOOIA
Tho Erie Railroad now sells and ac
ecpts O. P. A. mlleago orders.
WHAT NEXT II I
Why Alar Cold Cure. Jto effect en -, -,..
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