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title: 'Akron daily Democrat. (Akron, Ohio) 1892-1902, December 31, 1902, Page 8, Image 8',
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AKRON DAILY DEiyiOCRAT
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1002.
The children cross? No.
It's your liver that's cross.
Take away liver ugliness
with a good liver pill
Condition In Ohio
"""- '""" "MWIW hpiwdJ
Solicitor Estate Makes
Is Not a Fervent Admirer of
"The litigation tlint will grow out
of tho operation of tho new corio will
be nlmost endloss," saM City Sollcltoi
Osborn KsRato, Tuoi Jay. "L liavo had
tnlkH, liavo corresponded mid other
Wine comiminlcntod with many Solid
torn In cities throughout the state,
and you would be guiprlned to tlnd
how many different intcrpretulloiiH arc
inndtt of tho tamo point, In ililloront
cltop. gome of them uiiiNt ho wrong,
or elso tbo coda mtint bo wrong.
"I predict that It will be but u few
yenitf until another codo In necossnry.
1 linow that tho Supremo court ban do
'clared It constitutional, nti a whole, but
it If certain that It will bo leuockca
out, lator, pluc by piece, until there In
but little of tho original left standing.
"Then It will be up to the Supreme
court again, nnd tbo whole fabtlc will
lie knocked out.
"The codo contradicts Itself nno.
mokes wry Intricate propositions tc
pcatcdly. In tho matter of the MilnrlcH
of municipal olllcerb, lor 1 nstu nee. Tho
SalarlcH coinmlttoo of AI.ioii'h Council
wants to know how the feci of tho
Mayor it to to k'o, before tlio n. lil.i
salary. I Hbull hold, If It H up to inn
for an opinion, that the Ices :n to
go into the TiciiMtiry and the Miijoi
mint have a Mated nuluij, with no
per uiil Kites. In any number ol Ohio
oltlea the Sollcitorx ai.e eiiunlly de
olded that tho Miiyor'a feea will con
tlnuo to go Into tho .Mayor's poeket.
This id true In Salem, CiiHlioetou,
Clillllcotlie, Alliance, and other plnccu
from which I have already heaid.
"Xho Salailes committee iiIm wain
to know if there la to bo an assistant
Solicitor in Akron. 1 hold that there
will bu none. Thu law hii.k that tho
Nilidtor Hhall act an I'rosei iiioi- m
el lies having a i'olco court. 'I'lieie In
not a Police court, but a Major's
court in Aid on, nnd I believe that the
Pollen L'roiiocutor here will u ap
pointed by the .Mayor.
"The (ptcHtloim they are discussing
now, howoer, arc very hiiiiiII iih com
pared with tho Mr piohlems that will
(r.ine up liuinedlately after tint new
codo goes Into oieratlnn nel .Maj I
predict that the ilrnt week under tho
new leglme wll be tho most chaotic
In tho history of Ohio."
HOW TO DRINK MILK.
Why It Disnyroos With Some
.When one need a invlvlng stimulant
after e.xhauitlon notlilnx can rival tlio
afreets of hot milk Hlppod alowly.
Homo people rniy they cannot flight
milk and then? are the pcoplo who
drink it down ijuloLly so that tho ill
KPutho acid, In playing aioiiud It,
l'onii laigo curdK wheh glo trotihlo
before thoy can be ubsoibeil.
The right way In to nip the milk
in mnall nmoiintN, no that each mouth
ful, iih It descend Into the hloniach,
Is Mirioiuided i IhogiiKtile lluld, ami
when the wholo gliiHtsful Is down the
rffect Ik that of a upong.v iiiiih of
curdH, in nnd out of which the Kcei.
gastric juUi'N course, hietll. doing
thnlr work of turning the euid Inlo
peptones that the tissues tun take up.
To mako nuio ot umiplcie dlgi'siion
take one or two of Stuait'H lijwpepsia
labletH atterwiiids, an the pepsin and
dluMiuo thoy eonlaln Imieat-e the
Quantity nnd eillcleucy of the kiihIiIc
nnd huppl the natural dlgHilu rer
menls which all weal, stomnelis lai-k.
MIph iiiiii l''olger, a piol'esslonai
nurse, tipeaUliig of the value ol Niu.ut'is
Tablets In eonvalewenee sn,s in
ndillt patients recooilng I'loui som-io
Ulnens and especially In children where
milk dlHiifreen, ono or two talilets over
come any dltlleully and mmmii to
rlrengtlien tho ntomach In a remailc
libly rtliort time. I myxelf hno used
them On 11 lor jeurn, when my own
tllgcMlon haH nutfeied from the ir
regularities and loss of Hlcep conse
quent upon my occupation.
Not only ehlldrn anil Invalids hut
profuhtilomil people and oIIicih whose
n.ealH nro nocessarllj huriied or Ir
regular will flint Stuart's Dispepsla
Tablets of the greatest value in keep
ing up the tone and digestive vigor
of tho stomach."
They contain tho active dhjastlvo fer
ments tho lack of which is loally the
dnly caiifio of Indigestion and stomach
tumbles, and tho regular dally use of
thorn after meals will probuby cuie
nny case of stomach tumble except
Mich as arlseB from cancer or ulcer
ation. Many diugglsts liavo said that thoy
hell inoro Stuart'H Dyspepsia Tnhlcti
thijii nil oilier Htomach remedlos com
bined. I.... .
Why don't you go
to California this
It isn't far away less than three clays from Chicago if
you take the
Golden State Limited
via the El Paso-Rock Island route.
Newest, finest, and most luxuriously equipped train across
Everything to make you comfortable electric lights; electric
fans; compartment and standard sleepers; dining, observation and
I-owcst altitudes, eiulest grade!, nnd most
outherlr courfc across tlic continent.
Tickets, bcrthsaml lull IntonnMlonattMsofiice.
vT T Onmford, TPA, 137 itlalto ttldg , Chicago, III
To All Who Prosecute
'Irenton, N. J., Dee. ai.-Artlcles I
have been filed with the Secretary ot Y
Slillo IncfirnnrnHlit tlm Oftn nf Mnlrlo y
& f'o.. with a capital Ktock of $3,000,
WK). The entire Muo Is common stock
valued at ?ino a nliare. Tho right to
Incienso the capital at any time ann
unlimited privileges are accorded by
the "blanket" nature of the character,
Vihleh Is believed to be a nucleus of
the loitK-tnlked of meat trust. It is
understood that the principal Incor
porators are members of the firm ot
Nelson Morris ,. Co, meat packers, of
FOR NEW YEAR'S DINNER
Try .TKLLO, prepared by the following
One iinekngo Lemon Jull-O, nnn pint of
liollliiK vvntor, nno tup of siiKnr, tnm rupot
ulierrvwlne, Julcn of itl oniiiRfh Cut eiirli
oiiiiiKulli two IikIiik careful not lo hrnik
lliiii'ime. Wlii'ii li'll Is partly t-i)iigenliil,
lilt citses itnil cl. In it cool plnt'f. Hcrvo
with whlppi'il t r iiiii piled on top. Muv tin
bitvpiI In nliul lt eiilii If iteslri (I, A tjullet
oim vvlno Jelly can nlmi lie niiulo by mldlint
oiiti uliis of ijooil nlu'try or port vvlno toiiny
of tliu.lell-t) IlllVOIM.
A nlco tlesHert for any meal, at nny
time. Kour llavors-l.cinon, Orange,
Itaspherry and Strawberry,
At grocers, 10c.
GET A PACKAGE TODAY.
Auction sale of groceries, notions
gloves, etc. Ilory evening commencing
Snturdii) Dec. '21, closing Wednesday,
Pec. ill. lO A. Chamberlain, loS South
Main Ht. tint oif at car barn.
No New Cars Until Jan. 25.
(Special Cmrefiponileiice )
15.li herton, Hee. !U. The new elee
tilc cars which wcio to hae been
placed on the Harheiton line a few
weeka ago, lll not bo put Into sei
vlce until Inn. J.'i. This delay Is due
to the large number of orders for cats
which the manulactiirers have on their
hooka to be built thla winter.
Italians Threaten Former Manager
Chicago, Dec. ill -Itlehard Heard,
.MiiHcagurs former ma linger, bellevew
his life Is In il'iuger and that .",0 Ital
ians, ineiubers of tho Matin, are wait
ing for chance to thrust utllottos Into
"M lll'oniay he tho price I will hnve
to pay for pioseoutng Mancngnl," he
wild, "but I will pay It If nocessary. 1
liavo boen threatened over the tele
phone, and by men on the sheet. I
have been told theio -was but one
chaneo for me. That If there was no
pioRecntlon all would be well, but 1
will not have Ithertj anil pence nt that
price. Miiflcngnl will be prosecuted,
and I will be the chief wit nests agulnst
Ile.ird hast asked that a detail of po
Hee attend the hearing of his case to
morrow. Tho first threat was made
against Heard this morning. Ho was
callod up on the telephone. "I want to
want yon," wild n strange voice, "that
If you prosecute Mnsengnl It will not
be safe for you lo stny in Chli ago.
"Tho best thing that jnu can do la
In go where jou caino fioiu."
Two hours Inter the telephone bell
rang again. "Heath to all who prose
cute the great couiponT." wius (he
In the allerniMiu Heaid called upon
his attorneys. "When 1 left mj law
ver'sotllce I ntw several queer looking
men stnndlng on the pavement," ho
"When T reached tho hotel the.v weie
waiting for me."
"There ho goes," ono of them mut
tenvl. "We'll get him If ho prot-cfulca the
A3iothor suit was lllesl against Mr
llcaid today. Cliainhorlalu nnd Her
iiugton complnln they are entitled to
S'AOOO damages because of tho Mas
eiignl Oporn ctnupan.v did not keep the
engagement: made for hist week with
their circuit of theatres.
a Stunt on
Mlinlin, N. Y., Hee. SI ltlchiud
Hauling PnvK nt various times In his
en teer n newspaper lepmler, war cor
respondent, aulhot and playwright, has
added to his Hold of accomplishments
h turning nctor. Ourlug an entire
Heeno in his own plnj. "The Taming of
Helen," ho nppcaicd In (he inlo of tho
Piench Ambassador In place of the
man who wan down on the program
to play the pint, and not a tlo.eu per
sons lu the audience knew the differ
ence. Mr. Dnvls did not suitor from
stage fright and neither did ho nt any
time lnls.s hs etio.
The company was scheduled to piny
hero tonight, but when It was time to
begin the piny It was discovered that
none of tho trunks containing the cos
tumes had ailved. Mr. Davis who was
In n box, was nsked to loan his dress
suit to the in tor who was to nlav the A WOMAN'S NERVES
.,..., ,, , , , .... . cm mid wurrlmuf Ulnars ofltn too ranch for On
part Of Ambassador, hut tho suit would neilraiv urrta organism UmljUin roint-xllMraii-
,.,... ... ., Imi, ttiaco iloInjln lnaac!iM. Ilutthero'm cure.
nut lit him. ami the author decided to Dr. jamo' H-adar.h- p.
pmy tlio part himself.
A sword is a ttick. not conducive to
health or longevity Hut It is not more
injurious than the hasty swallowing of
ltdf uuiticutfil food washed down by
puips ot ice water
lu summer or cups
of hot coffee in win
ter. Htsty rating
i-t the foe of health.
Sooner or 1 iter it
mint result tu in
digestion ot some
other form ot stom
l'or the cure of
the diseases of the
toiuach mid allied
organs of digotioit
and nutrition, there
is no tueduiiu- so
effective as Doctor
Medic d Discovery.
ill ways http
It iiwi'tf af.vitys
Mrt Mirv I' I,, wis,
of I'ltmn i iIUtiii r Co
W V i mil i I will
mIwivh . mm n l I)r
1'iert.r i.ol ti ll M-iln it
Dlkdvi i I' 4 v tiritr
1'rrtci l t to ll mid
'l'lrasjtu Pclli-U.' fur
tliey oirisl mt whtu loctors am) otlier luftll
oiif fallrJ for lillrru yrr I aufTercit uutolj
misery Wlirn I coinmiia.sl UkliiK Ur Pltive'a
uirJlt.tiiM, I hit iln up nil hope of ever
ge Ulnir well I unikl not lu down to sleep, and
everytlilim I nte wont I ilitimt , rauiii me to
ilealli Wa very nervoui ami conlI liaiJly
wlk acrosn tile rgoiti only uttgliti ninth
iiifi when 1 coiuinancnl taktnij these tneill
cine l year ajj, now uttfh one Htinttrrt
an I fr,tv founti, ami am tinvliiif tvttrr lu-altli
llui; ever liefore ty friemU all ay they can
hnmlv tiellrve that I um the name perion arter
bclUK ICL .) louv, A.iw thanfej to tn tobuit
ml Miif , nttitJ t have taken llfte en tiotllea ot
the Dliciverr nileeiioftbe Prescription ' ami
dfternof the'l'cllcls '
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, paper covers, Is sent frte on
receipt of 3t one-cent stamps to pav
exiK-nse of mailing i), or if cloth
btiidiue; is desired send 31 stamps. Ad
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, UutTulo, N. Y.
TU algnattirs la on avery tos ot the gvaulna
yXVfix' rami fly that wires cola lu un ttay.
Saotlia unit strengthen tlia Irrllatnl uerr-tl away
U10 lieatlaclin atmot tfird you know tt o stupefy
Inn. iteaarntna tlriias. Nolblnu that ran affect Uia
heart. AtaliaruKttorfa. t ilosei 1(J ctiuU,
M The J. Y. Jstufi Co., raat llradi, la m
For oaiu u jouu iuiupduui' u: to.
JN accounl ot our iUXSULUTE wctiD Or MOMCY, wc are
compelled to start a sale in order to raise a sufficient
amount to meet oui4 obligations.
We now carry a stocK of $35,000.00, which is too much at
this time of the year to have on hand, and the oily way to re
duce this immense stocK is to offer you these goods at prices
which will compel you to buy. Never in the history of your life
had you such an opportunity to buy an OVERCOAT or a SUIT
OF CLOTHES at such low prices
And were it not for our POSITIVE NEED OF MONEY you would k
not get these goods at the prices below mentioned.
And remember at the usual everyday prices you can buy
goods any hour in the day; but prices which we make on our
goods during this great RED TAG SALE will compel you to buy
now ; and if you have not the money it will pay you well to
We make no specified time when to terminate this sale
Wo txtJII win t lirntrl x,r Unxro FMATT.CH MtfWFV TA IMF-FT aJlT
TY K, Wll. JL VU JLl VAIH-IA VT J9.&U V JU1M.WJ WJUUB. 1 tVl'dli 1 X f IVJ.JL1JL1 JL JIU)L'
DEMANDS, and at the PRICES WE ARE GOING TO SELL GOODLA
it will nol be long. WC POSITIVELY MUM HAVE MONEY
and we choose this way to get it.
Suit? M)3 Overcoats,
$12.00 kM go t
Suits Mi3 Overcojit?.
$10.00 KM go ait
Suits fcnd Overcoats.
$8.50 kmd go a
Suit? &i)J Overcoats.
$7.50 Kind go fct
(Hen's Pnts in Single Pattern t w Enonpous Reduction
MEN'S WORKING SfflRTS, THE 50c KIND, GO AT
MEN'S FLEECE-LINED UNDERWEAR, THE 50c KIND, GO AT - 80c
MEN'S HATS at prices to astonish you MEN'S OVERALLS, 50c kind at Oc
AH Other Goods at Proportionately Low Prices
Suits and Overcoat?.
$25.00 Kind go at
Suit? and Overcoats.
$22.00 Kind go at
Suit? and Overcoats,
$18.00 Kind go at
Suit? and Overcoats,
$15.00 Kind goat
$ 1 uniJU
. 1 K.I 'l
l'ST SotxtlTi lSJ.et.lxx Street
OPPOSITE DAGUE BROS. DPY GOODS STOPE
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