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AKRON, DjftJLY DEMOCRAT
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American Jockey Bias Made
A Great Record In England
Used In the United States Tlrmy because the army
must have tho best.
"Cleveland's It greatest In strength, evenness and purity."
U. A. GOVT CliMJlST.
TUBfSDA.Y, (JCT. Ill, 1002.
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A Big Audience at the
Sawlelle Dramatic Company Will
Probably Draw Well.
Though Hall Cnlno would scarcely
recognize his beautiful story, "Tho
Bondman," so much has It been
changed In tho dramatization to thd
particular version plnyed at tho Colon
ial theatre by tho Sawtcllo Drnuiatlc
company last night, a piny very Inter
esting to thoso unfamiliar; with tho
book has been ovolvcd, and It ,wns
enjoyed by tho big audience that
was at the Colonial for tho first per
formance. Jason Orry, ' the erring
brpther whoso triumphs of manliness
at the last transform his wholo life
and cover up the. bad places, was In
terpreted by T. AI, Suwtelle, and Sun
locks, his brother was taken by Ches
ter Bishop, who has been seen here
before. Mr. Sawtelle, big and brawny,
makes an excellent Jason, Comedy
unknown to the book has nlso been
Introduced In the piny, and the Inter
pretations and staging of this power
ful drama wero satisfactory. The
Sawtello company will gtve perform
ances every afternoon and evening
this week plnylng. a different?- piece
each time. "The Bondman" wilt be
repeated Thursday afternoon. Espe
cially good specialties aro produced
between tho acts by tho Van Cookos,
Little Cooklo and Bruns and Nina, so
that there are no long Avaits and tho
-audience has something to entertain
It an tho time.
Helped Bring a Desperado
Family to Terms.
Vlcksburg, .Miss., Oct. 21-Shcrirt
Brcnnan and a strong posse, reinforc
ed by a gatllng gun squad from tho
Warren light artillery, have captured
the Hull family, consisting of father,
W. 0. Hull, son It. Y. Hull, and dnugb
'tny Mrs. Alllo Vnuglmn, wanted In
Arkansas for shooting the sheriff and
several deputies at" Sterling, Saturday
afternoon. .The Hulli, who are from
Evansvllle, Ind., surrendered without
living a shot and are now Jn the county
Jail. Sheriff Brenuan and posse, after
guarding the river banks nil night, re
ceived word nt noon Sunday, that tho
plrntos had entered the Yazoo river.
As quickly as possible tho tug Joe
fijeay was prepared for the pursuit,
with the gatllng gun as a forward bat
tery. Two miles up tho Yazoo tho
Hull's trading boat, tho Hazel, was
found tied to the bank. When the
Vlcksburg tug approached, tho womau
hnlled, and stated that f the Vlcks
burg officers wero nboa'rd to blow their
whistles, and the men, who had taken
to tho woods, would surrender. This
was done, and soon the men put out
from the east bank In a skiff.
Spent More Than 51,000
W. W. Baker, of Flalnvlew, Neb.,
writes: "My wife suffered from lung
trouble for 15 years. She trlcd'a num
ber of doctors and spent over $1,000
without relief. Sho became very low
and lost all hope. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey and Tar and
thanks to this great remedy It saved
her life. She. enjoys bettor health than
sho has known In ten years." Refuse
J. M. Latter, A. Warner, J. Lnmpar
tor & Co.
People once thought that tno only way to cure indigestion was t
etop eating. The trouble with such treatment is, that to stop eating is
to stop living., Kodol Dvsjmjfsu CuitE has changed the wholcmcthod
of treating this complaint. It contains all the natural digestivo fluids
and digests all you eat without aid from tho stomach, so you can eat all
tho good food you want and bo cured of your trouble at tno saruo tlma.
"I have been troubled with Indlgestionand dyspepsia for several yeara
and often sat down to eat but bad to give it up after eating only two
bites. I used two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia. Cuke and am alright
to-day. Cannoweatanythlnglwant. W. L. Easton, Audubon, Iowa."
If caai'i help hul si ymz gigged
Prepared by E. O. DoWltt &Co.. Chicago. Tho . bottlo coatalnn V,j tltuca tho 50c. aim.
When you suffer from biliousness or constipation, use the famous littlolivo:i
pills known as DoWitt's LIttFo EARLY RISERS. They never gripe.
jg 706 S. Main street, - - - AKRON, OHIO . jgj
J. A. Kohlcr, president
J. M. Laffer, vice president
John Gross, treasurer.
Claude Clark, cashier.
fe flings ManR,
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Interest nt 8 per cent per, annum on savings deposits, from
data of doposlt, on all amounts remaining 80 days or longer.
)N, OHIO . j
' $ $$..$,. .........
OUR Boys' Department
wil! literally hum with
values this week.
. Parents like our prices
Boys like our clothes
They are both right.
The sensible time to buy
is now, and the place is
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London, Oct. Ul.-Dauny Mnhor. t he American Jockey, completed on
Octobor 17, a century of winning mo unts for the present season, represent
ing tho remarkable fatal of $203,000. This does .not make him first on the
list of winning Jockeys, however, as he has one superior.
Made George How
A Remarkable Prisoner
Bold Work Brought Him a 10
Columbus, O., Oct. 21, Gcorgo How,
probably the most noted prisoner In
the Ohio penitentiary, died yesterday.
How was serving a sentence of ten
years from-Adams county for tho forg
Ing of an order for- 25 cents' worth
of tobacco. Ills career after his arrest'
was what made him famous.
IIo was the first prisoner incarcer
ated In a new Jail. One hundred dol
lars had been offered to any prisoner
who would escape. How was In Jail
just 21 hours when ho escaped. The
Sheriff pursued him with bloodhounds.
How made friends with the dogs, stole
them! and soid them to a farmer. Ho
stole and sold the In probe and cushion
from the Sheriff's buggy. He was
chased Into Michigan and when re
captured claimed tno $100 for break
ing Out of the new jail. He was re
fused It and brought suit against tho
county, but lost his case. Hs actions
so Incensed the odlclnls that he was
given the' limit of tho law.
and towns of Great Britain, and ex
pects to do business on nn enormous
scale. Mr. Nureey, former deputy
minister of agriculture of Manitoba
province, the paper asserts, Is the
originator of the scheme and Is now In
Canada arranging the detail's. The
public will shortly he Invited to sub
scribe to. the capital.
Norton. Center, Oct. 21.-Mrs. Klndlg
and children are visiting Mr. Frank
Loehr and family.
, Mr. and Mrs. Scrfnss, Mrs, Flory and
grandson, visited In Barberton, Sun
day. Meado Chamberlain, of Akron, Is
vlsltlngvhls:,gciint!parents. at .the Cen
Mr. Hanson' was lujured In a street
car accident Saturday.
Mr. pharles Smith is moving hls.fam'
lly to Barberton.
Mr. Heller has removed Into a part
of the hotel.
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Goes Like Hot Cakes.
''The fastest selling artlclo I have
In my store," writes druggist 0. T.
Smith, of Davis, Ky "Is -Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Consumption,
CougiiG and Colds, because it always
cures. Iu my six years of sales It
has never failed. I have known It
to savo sufferers from throat and lung
diseases, who -could get no help from
doctors or any other remedy." Mothers
rely on It, best physicians prcsclbo
it and C. . Harper & Co. guarantee
fiatlsfactlon or refund price. Trial
bottles free. Ilegular sizes, DOc and $1.
May Be Supplied In Great Britain
at Low Prices.
London, Oct. 21 Tho Westminster
Gazette states' that a great Canadian
trust Is being formed, headed by Earl
of Aberdeen and Lord Balfour of Bur
leigh, for tho purpose of supplying Ca
nadlan food stuffs for the British mar
ket at 20 to 75 cents below the present
prices, and Imparting to England Can
adian manufactures. The trust, ac
cording to the Gazette, will open re
tall shops In all of the principal cities
""'fl.arB&jw """fl ciuea ell J
SV4Sift5n3?i wfev -dUor(ieri of I
I KJ9wJ&7VWrJr nerve, Mom- I
Q WW to. J)ruggUt I
WRIOHT MEDICAL CO,, Celumbu, p. J
Out of Death's Jaws.
'"When death seemed very near
from a severe stomach and liver
trouble, that I had suffered with for
years." writes V. Muse, Durham, N.
C, "Dr. King's New Life rills savea
my life and gave perfect health." Best
pills on earth ami only :20c at u. is.
Harper & Co's. drug Store.
Name the Lion
Now York, Oct 20 Miss Margaret
Carnegie, the donor of the big-tufted
lion to the Bronx Zoo, wljl christen
this king of leasts. She wilt visit hlni
and then naino him.
Barberton Theatre Opened. -
Barhcrton, 0., Oct. 21. The theatre
at Barberton was opened Monday even
ing. "A Prince of Tramps," put on
by the Chicago Stock Co,, was the
opening production. The opening was
Union Savings Bank
. CAPITAL. SI, OOO.OOO
The maitf with money to invest can find no safer, more
satisfactory place for it than
The Union Savings Bank where it will earn
4 PER CENT. INTEREST
compounded semi-annually and where the principal will
always' be available, if you should need it.
Write for the Booklet telling about ths system of " Banking by Mafl."
H. C. .FRIOC
W. H. FREW
OrO. I. WHITWBY
H. C M'ttDOWKEY
A. W. MELLON
IfdtS H. IOCKHART K. C. POWKM
J. H. iCHOOXMAKtS 1. B. tHUT
D. B. PARK r, C KKOX
f. J. HIARilg
Frich Building, Pittsburgh. P.
one In Akron and one In1 Barberton.
The date of these will bo announced
later. A committee of six was chosen
to act as a Finance committee and to
arrange for the meetings and look af
ter tho printing and distribution of
Two men who. declare they nre new
converts, were present and made in
teresting speeches, assuring those pres
ent that hereafter they would vote only
the Prohibition ticket. Several earnest
speeches were made and Rev. Crispin
stated that he had held about 50 meet
ings In his district and distributed
his campaign literature In all Ave coun
ties of the district and that he found
the outlook very encouraging. He help
ed to place county tickets In each
county. Several persons declared their
Intention of Joining Prohibition Alli
ance, No. 0. , .
Audubon Society of New York Is
New Tork, October 2L What prom
ises to be a lively campaign on the part
of the Audubon society of Now York
state against the illegal traffic' in birds
and their plumage has been declared
open at the annual meeting of the soci
ety in this city. At the close of an Il
lustrated address on "The Present
Demand for Birds for .Millinery Pur
poses and What the Audubon Society
Proposes to do About It." Wm.
Dutcher, of the executive board, read:
a statement addressed to dealers" bv
birds and their plumage In which after
rehearsing the state and federal laws
relating to the protection of non-jamo
birds tho society warned dealers of
Its Intention to prosecute all violators
of the law.
Three thousand copies of this state
ment, which Is signed by- Morris K,
Jesup, president; Frank M. Chapman,
chairman of the executive committee;
and William Dutcher, chairman of tho
committee on laws, have been printed
and will be sent to dealers, andtfbop;
societies and persons and organize
tlons Interested In ornltiology.
Prohibs. Say They Are Gaining
Over thirty Prohibitionists held
business meeting Monday night nt their
headquarters, nev, 3. Zlnk was elect
ed chairman and Ilev. W, F. Crispin,
secretary. They planned to Issue ten
thousand, cnrqpalgjriclrcularfl and to
hold two mass meetings before election
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well-informed and to the healthy, because its com
ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be
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tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionabla
quality or substance. In the process of
manufacturing figs are used, as 'they ara
pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal
virtues qf Syrup of Figs are obtained
from an excellent combination of plants
known to be medicinally laxative and to
act most beneficially.
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