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W "i5: -?SrSM;frf; v- -v ... ! fa h I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Cow. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. Be La Court, Mgr. Advertising Dept PBULISnED BT TH.K AKRON DEMOCRAT OOMPA2JT OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. IB and 117 MsJn it. ixxa distance FHOira ISO. OFFICERS AHS OISZOIOXS. Prrsldent . Jaxs V. Welsh Vice-President.. .A. T. PAIGE B-cretnry . .... Feed "W. Gatee WllXXAK T. BAWTIB Treasurer. Enr. S. Harteb ISO. HOa AMAEA Ed. H.CeU Oouxt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Bv Mall J2.G0 - - - S1-2S (or Six Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAYNOVEMBER 9 SHE WAS GULLIBLE. So He Easily Imposed on the Poor. Dear Girl. They were looking up at the men at work on the highest story of the com ing Williamson bull'ling. "It's wonderful," she said, "that those laborers can walk about so reck lessly at that dizzy height." "Yes," he said, "it seeins reckless un til you know how safe it is." "IIow can it be safe?" she cried in amazement, "Simplest thing you ever heard of," he answered. "Each of those men up there has a powerful magnet fltted into the poles of his s-hoes. The uiaguets cling like death to the iron crossbeams. They cling so tightly that a man couldn't fall off if he wanted to. Some times the magnets pull so hard that lit tle men who haven't much leg niusclu find it difficult to lift their feet to walk along. "The other morning I was strolling by in the street below the building when a pockotknife suddenly clattered on the pavemunt in front of me. A sil ver quarter and a couple of dimes and a key quickly followed it. "Then I heard laughter up above and hastily looked up. One of the work men had slipped from a long cross beam and was hanging up there at the sixteenth story, feet up and head down ward, supported by the magnets in his soles. It was his pockets that gave forth the silver shower. Oh, no, bless you, there Is really no danger about it now." And the poor girl believed every word of his outrageous yarn. Cleve land Plain Dealer. Cold Times In nillvllle. Don't forget a load of wood will give you the paper for six months. Please see that it is cut stoe length, as we have no ax. Thanks.toColonel.Jones,for,a.igai;on of maple sirup. As soon as we can get a loaf of bread we will be able to utilize it. Wc have padded our linen duster with an army blanket and stuffed all the broken window panes with last year's newspapers. Let the cold wave come! Our relatives In the Redbone district had no almanac and, mistaking the cold wave for Christmas, have come, 15 strong, to bpend the holidays with us. Our paper now circulates in five counties, for five families, having made enough money to leave town, carried copies with them. Atlanta Constitu tion. Pate. "Oh, George!" wailed the maiden as she met him iu the darkened hallway, "we cau't be married tomorrow! It will have to be postponed!" "What is the matter, darling?" said George, his knees trembling under him. "Is any relative dead? Has your Uncle Hlrani failed in business?" "W-worse than that!" she sobbed. "There's a b-b-boil coming on the end of my nose!" Chicago Tribune. A Disturbing Sassestlca. "What is the matter with his majes ty?" said the European official. "He seems very uneasy and annoyed. Has some one been telling him that a fight Is Imminent?" "o. Some meddlesome person has AGE AT BAR. Everybody In Akron Is Eligible. Old people stooped with suffering. Middlo age, courageouslv lighting it. Youth, protesting impatiently. Children, unable to explain ; Baby crying, can't tell why; All in misery from their kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comes when yon catch a cold. Or when you strain the back. Backache is the first step of kid ney trouble. Many complications follow. Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright's disease, Doan's Kidney Pills cure back ache. Cure every form of kidney ills. Plenty of Akron proof that this is so. Mrs. M. Shiveley of 103 East York street, says: "I suffered myself and have a child who suffered from weak kidneys. Prdcuring Doan's Kidney Pills from Lamparter & Co.'s drug store, I gave tliem to my child with the best of results, the kidneys were strengthened and she was benefited in other respects. Iu my own case, Doan's Kidney Pills relieved the pains in my back and the dull head aches from which I had suffered severely. I have acquaintances who also used this remedy and prono:. net it superior to anything of the kind they ever used for kidney trouble. I never saw anything to surpass Doan's Kidney Pills forbackacheaud from both knowledge and personal experience, I highly recommend them." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers. Price 50c per box. Mailed to any address on receipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. flTRADESlffirc) COUNCIL!? FEEL THE CHANGE. Hundreds dorse a Voluntarily En Scientific Pro duct. A Statement by a Well Known Citi zen Who Has Found Great Re lief by. Using It. The great good that Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are doing in Akron for all kinds of kidney and urinary dis orders is beinc daily told by our citi zens. All who use Kid-ne-oids for backache, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness and general debility give hearty expression of the quick relief they obtained. Miss L. A. Johnson, In North Broadway, Akron, says: "I have suffered with kidney and liver trouble for some time, also bacK ache, rheumatism, and had spells of dizziness. I was advised to try Mor row's Kid-ne-oids, and was greatly relieved after three days' treatment. I shall continue the use of Morrow's Kid-ne-oids and Morrow's Liverlax." Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills, but yellow tablets and sell at fifty cents a box at all drug stores and at John Lamparter & Co.'s drug store. Morrow's Liverla'x are small red grannies, and sell at 25 cents a box. Mailed on receipt of price. Manu factured by John Morrow & Co., (chemists, Springfield, Ohio. been representing to him that Asiatic and African complications will be diplomatically settled and that Europe is on the verge of peace." Washington Star. Tronlilea of Society. "Let me see, which was It your cousin married a duke or a count?" "Xelther. She is a princess." "Oh! I have so many friends with titles now that I really can't keep them properly classified auy more without my visiting list." Chicago Times-Herald. Not Yet. "It's all up witii me!" groaned the prostrate man. "Xo, it isn't either!" he exclaimed a moment later, rising uncertainly to his feet and making his way across the eloping deck of the vessel to the star board rail. Chicago Tribune. Inherited Talent. Mabbs When yon gave your college theatricals, how did you ever happen upon Snlfkins to impersonate the worn air of the play? Nabbs Oh, It came natural to him; you know his mother was a woman. Judy. Unseasonable. Dickover They say the cinnamon crop is almost a total failure this year, and prices will be more than doubled. Flanagan Somebody who is barking for the trusts has started that story. Chicago Tribune. -..,.. .i Hopeless. "Silence is golden." quoted Mrs. Bick ers. "You'll never be rich," added her amiable husband." Detroit Free Press. Hleb. "How's the venison today, Robert?" "Slightly ritualistic, sir; should think It would Just suit you, sir." Ally Sloper. A Feminine Plnlnt. Wife You are so different. Husband How. ray love? Wife Well, you are so indifferent Detroit Journal. AFRICAN WOLVES. TUey Are Very Ferocious, and Een the Lions Fear Tliem. The African wolves, when hunting in packs, are very formidable, and M. I'oa. the great French explorer, says: Experience has shown mo that they at tacK not only all animals of medium size, but also the lion itself. They wage terrible battles, in which the lion succumbs- to numbers, though not without liming ripped open some of the enemy. But the survivors in their turn soon tear it. Consequently the large, raven ous beast has a salutary terror of them. In UiK connection he relates a story of how his servant once scared away some lions who had surrounded them in the darkness away from camp. The night was as black as pitch, and we did not distinguish the trees until upon them. Lions prowled around ir, and one of them roared within alarm ing proximity; but we could not see them; we heard them walking In the leaves on all sides. Reaching the tree, we found one of our companions with the rille cocked, another trying to re light a half extinguished torch. Still the lions walked. We guessed them coming and going In the darkness. At that moment Tarabarika whisper ed to us the advice to imitate the p'uui pis (wolves) in the distance. So we im mediately began barking and shouting "IIu, hu. hu!" In an undertone, as though the pack was still at a distance, while the man at the camp made the same well imitated cry. The effect was Instan taueous. There was a rapid gal lop iu the dry leaves; the lions decamp ed. The more or less well imitated ap proach of a pack of wolves rid us of them for the whole night. We returned to the camp with our honey, and noth ing troubled our tranquillity until morning. Reminder. Orpheus C. Kerr Well, my friend Tones has been elected governor. Kaustic Kad Indeed! Orpheus C. Kerr Yes. I want to send him some flowers! What kind would you suggest? Kaustic Kad Forgetmenots. Catho lic Standard and Times. ODD FELLOWS. An Active Kebeknli In Untnrlo Juris diction Triple Link Notes. Mrs. U. J. Brill of Guelph, president of the Rebekah assembly of Outario. is an ontnneiastlc noifcer for the Rebekah branch. Mis;. Brill be came a member of the order in 1SS0, nlieu Be atrice ReUekah ioiipe wa insti tuted at Guelph. The following year she was elected recording ccretnry and snbsisjtieiitly vice gram! and noble grand. She wa Mlts. g. J nuiu. representative to the first Rebekah convention held in Ontario and was appointed chaplain of the assembly. In 1S02 she was appoint nl Ii D (";. M. for Beatrice Rebekah lodg- ami dtirinsr her term had the honor of being the firt lady in Ontario to insti tute a Rebekah lodge. Ivy Xo. 2G, of Gait, which is regarded at piesent as the b.iuuur Rebekali lodge of the jurisdic tion. She was elected vice president of the assembly at IJelieiille in ISO" and president at the session held at Gait in 1S0S. Odd Fellows of Mercer county recently pii"euted :i I.trgv pule and a handsome flag to the New Jersey Odd Feliows' Home association at Trenton. A new rule wits adopted by the sover eign, grand lodge relnting to insurance companies doiiis business in violation of the laws of Odd Fellowship. The rule provides punishment for ail members of the order who are in any way connected with such companies. They must not even patronize tliem. There is no city and scarcely a town of any considerable size in Massachusetts but has nn Odd Fellows' lodge. The sovereign grand lodge .adopted a resolution authorizing relief committees to laise funds for lelief purposes by giv ing entertainments and by any other means which the state grand masters may approve. An unusually large number of decisions made by Grand Sire I'inUertou. KM, were approved. Usually the grand lodge re jects or changes many of the grand sire's decisions, but this year only one was al tered. It is absolutely indispensable that the older lodges should he incessantly at woik and initiate frequently to keep their membership good. The sovereign grand lodge lefnsed to abolish the old encampment brunch of the Royal Purple Degiee uniform. Pa triarchs Militant hail -tioiigIy niged do ing away with the dhiMou named. Repairing the large hall in Odd Fel lows' building. St. Louis, that was burn ed out in August is progressing, and it will be ready for occupancy Nov. 1. A new -ooni has been added. The grand lodge of Ontario at its Iat session appointed an Odd Fellows' home hoaid loiuposi'd of seven fiom the grand lodge, tim fiom the grand encampment and two from the Rehekahs assembly. A fund of $7,000 has been raised. UNITED WORKMEN. -Xlie-OrdcrGalnft-Stren(itU -With Yearn Bench Stmvintfs. Time has proved the A. O. U. W. as substantial as Gibraltar's rock. Through all the ears since its infancy it has steadily inci eased as its tried and true piinciplps unfolded to the norltl until now its inlluence is felt from ocean to ocean, and ils protecting wings cast their shadov, s owr thousands of homes and thousands of widows and orphans sing its praises. Kentucky Workman. Total iplh'f fund received in XbW.) to Sept. 1. including balance on hand, Jan. 1. lb.')!). Si!;,."iOO. and temporarily borrow ed titiui war relief fund. $4.")S.iO'J.r(!. Kansas made the gieatest guiu last month. ith Mill), followed 1 Massa chusetts, with 2-iO. Missouij and Oregon suffered the greatest loss in membership for last viouth. Let our menthol's, their families and friends be brought together in social gatherings and lie clover 'the bonds of our brotherhood. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Rood AdTiee For All the Grand Do mains Helmet Glints. Pythiauism ueeds in local circles a good substantial stimulus in the shnp of an awakened, wholesome, sustained en thusiasm, which shall quicken every lodge and eveiy knight to greater activi ty, sajs the Philadelphia Piess. The rit ual and cetemouies are as impiessive and ns beautiful a those of auy of the many fraternities, and while here and there a lodge is doing good work tlteie is nn absence of a healthful giowth thiough out the order, which is not as It should be. The followers of Damon and Pyth ias hae too good an order to allow its light and its good deeds to be ".hidden under a bushel." The livaliy among secret societies is now so great, and new bodies are springing up almost weekly, offering such novel and attractive fea tuies. that the other societies must hus tle if they would maintain a place iu the front ranks. Pythian knighthood cannot afford to he relegated to the rear, but to maintain the pteent vantage the .iein bers must woik, and woik zealously. The grand officers of Massachusetts will dedicate the new hall of Plymouth Rock lodge of Whitman iu November. Pythiauism lends important help in the development of noble character. In this its aims are the thief end of life. James McDonald is now grand chan cellor of Indiana and Frank Bowers grand keeper of records and seal. The grand lodge of Minnesota pays salaries as follows: Grand chancellor, expense $800, salary $90(J; grand keeper of tecords and seals, expense ?500, sal ary 1,500; grand master of exchequer, salary and expense, ?200. MODERN WOODMEN. I.nrffe Number of Members Lapse. From 3Iany Camps. During 1S0S there were 17,573 mem beis of the Modern Woodmen of Ameri ca who let their certificates lapse. This he Easy Food Easy to Buy, Easy to Cook, Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. uaker Oats At all nrocert iilll IgfrT ) U2 in 2-lb. pkgs. was an average of CO to every 1,000 members. Since the society was organ ized in 18S3 there has been a total, up to the close of business last December, of 93,439 members lapsed. The bane of a caml is a dilatory camp clerk. If a clerk is not interested enough to attend promptly to his duties, declare his office vacant and elect a man who will do his duty according to the bylaws. During 1S98 the Modern Woodmen of America wrote Insurance and issued cer tificates for $145,841,500, neatly double the amount any other society wrote dur ing the same period. The camp that holds a Sunday picnic violates the head camp bylaws. Sept. 1 there were C934 camps, with a total membership of 420,201. MASONIC. The Jraft In Indian Territory Chips From the Temple. Grand Secretary Murrow of Indian Territory in his latent report to the grand lodge stated that "during the last ten years we have paid out over 53,000 iu teaching our secret work to the lodges, and the grand lecturers say there are not more than a dozen men in the jurisdic tion who have learned the adopted work ibsolutely correct." While .the grand lodge has been spending $3,000 on the ritual the fund for the establishment of an orphans' home has grown to the mag nificent sum of ?41o; hence Mr. Mur row's protest. Masonic Standard. There are 43 active members in the su preme council, A. A. S. It., northern ju risdiction, 030 honorary members and 27,000 fhirty-secoud degree Masons. Charles J3. Ide is now grand command er of New York Knights Templars and John F. Shafer grand recorder. The grand commnndery of Ohio was formed during the year 1S43, since which time the membership has giown to about 8,300. There are 30 commanderien in the state. Many of the monarchs of France have been Mnsous. Louis III and his two brothers and Louis XVI and Charles X were Freemasons, belonging to the lodge of the Three Brothers. Eastern Star in Illinois has 387 chap ters, with a total membership of 23,394. The worshipful master who neglects his Masonic duties should not complain of lack of enthusiasm among the mem bers. Harrison Dingman. past grand master, past grand high priest and deputy grand commander of the District of Columbia, has been appointed assistant director of the census of Porto Rico. The grand lodge of Indiana as early as 1843 passed a resolution that "it is high ly improper and un-Masouic for any sub ordinate lodge to take notes from mem bers for lodge dues or notes for initiation fees." and this resolution has never been rescinded. Kntsht of Honor. The collections fiom members for the month of August exceeded those for June by SC3.000 in round figures, while the August teceipts were $b0.0U0 in ex cess of those for July. Theie aie 38 lodges of the order in Noith Caiolina, with a total membership of 1,270. What Cheer lodge of Providence is to hold a series of piogiessive whist parties during the fall and winter, :o which members aie expected to invite friends. Royal Arennam. Siuce organization the Royal Arcanum has distributed S34.O0O.000 in 18,000 homes. The Royal Arcanum flourishes best where it is best known. It invites inves tigation and scrutiny, feeling confident that the pre-eminent merits of the order will commend it to a thoughtful and in telligent public There are 12 councils of the older in Nebraska, with a total membership of 807. Chosen Trlendn. There are d.000 members of the order in California. II. II. Morse of New Yoik has been re elected snpieme councilor lor a teim of two jOiir. The supreme council was, by its unani mous iote at the recent session, ineorpo nited mulct llic new Indiana law lehiting to fraternal benelieiaiy associations, pass ed Match 1. ISM). I'rotected Home Circle. The excellent showing of the order's nuances is due to the fact that the V. H. C began right, collecting sufficiently high rates and laying away an interest bearing fund. No deficits to be met now, in our 14 yonrs' business Reports from all over the countiy "ihow sn ontt.-ual iutlest in th ordnt He'l Men. Colonel Lee .was authorized by the great council to organize a tribe in Ma nila. A jewel for past great Pccabontases was adopted by the great council. It was decided that councils may elect a Pocahontas to succeed herself and to elect n prophetess, this provision to be come operathe on its promulgation by the great council. Haymakers of New York slate report an increase in membership and wauipuui during the past six moons. Knights and Ladies of Honor. The bi'iit'lils paid in Mississippi during the past j ear amount to S30.300. The members have paid into the benefit fund for the same period about $25,000. The insut anie carried by memheis of the ol der iu Mississippi amounts to $2,570,000. The grand lodge receipt for the year weie $2,308.23. and after the payment of expenses the sum of $081.03 temains to the eiedit of the giand lodge. The annual pay roll for mileage aud per diem is $030. Woodmen uf the World. The older is becoming very popular thiougltout the Union. The Woodmen Circle auxiliary to the Woodmen of the World, for Indies, is making strides towaid 10,000 members, huwtig taken on new life since the uew ndmiuNtratiou took charge of affairs. Knixhts of Malta. The coiuinandeiifs stationed ut Read ing are making the most extensive ar rangements for a most remaikable pres entation of the white degiee, in fullest form, as one ot the features of the an nual cocrocation of the grand command ery ot Pennsylvania in May next. THE LAND OF GRAVES. Ancient Egyptian Relieved In Con stant Ilemiiiilern of Denth. To the Egyptian death was but the beginning of a career of adventures und experiences compared with which .he most vivid emotions of this life tvere tame. He lived with the fear of ieath before his eyes. Everything around him reminded him of that f.readful initiation into the mysteries of the tremendous after Hfo for which Ids present existence was but a preparation. His cemeteries were not hidden away iu remote suburbs; his dead ".ere not covered with mere BRAIN FOOD Is of Utile Benefit Unless It Is Digested. Nearly everyone will admit that as a nation we eat too much meat and too little of vegetables and the grains. For business men, office men and clerks, and in fact everyone engaged in sedentary or indoor occupations, grains, milk and vegetables are much more healthful. Only men engaged iu a severe out door manual labor can live on a heavy- meat diet and continue in health. As a general rule, meat once a day is sufficient for all classes of men, women and children.and grains, fruit and vegetables should constitute the bulk of food eaten. But many of the most nutritious foods are difficult of digestion and it is of no use to advise brain workers to eat lartrelv of grains and vecet ables where the digestion is too weak to assimilate them properly. It Is always best to get the best re sults from our food that some simple and harmless digestive should be taken after meals to assist the relaxed digestive organs, and several, years' experience have proven Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets to he a very safe, pleasant and effective digestiveanda a remedy which may be taken daily with the best results. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can hardly be called a patent medicine, as they do not act on the bowels nor any particular organ but only on the food eaten. They supply what weak stomachs lack, pepsin diastase and by stimulating the gastric glands in crease tiie natural secretion of hydro chloris acid. DPeoplewho make a daily practice of taking one or two of Stuart's Dvs pepsia Tablets after each mealare sure to have perfect digestion, which means perfect health. There is no danger of forming an injurious habit as the tablets contain absolutely nothing but natural di gestives; cocaine, morphine and similar drugs have no place in a stomach medicine and Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets are certainly the best known and most popularuf all stom ach remedies. Ask your druggist for a fifty cent package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets and after a week's use note the improvement in health, appetite and nervous energy. grassy mounds or a slab of stone. The whole land was his graveyard; Its whole art was ofthe mortuary. "Are theie uo graves in Egypt that thou has brought us into the wilderness to die?" asked the Israelites in derision, and we may believe that Moses winc ed at the sarcasm. Egypt is the land of graves, and the whole energy of the people, that could be spaied from keeping life together, was devoted to death. The mightiest tombs in the world the pyramids were raised upon the deaths of multi tudes of toiling slaves. The hills weie honeyconjbed passages and galleries, chambers, pits, all painfully excavated In honor of the illustrious dead, and sculptured and painted with elaboiate skill to make them fit habitations for his ghost. Wherever he looked the Egyptian beheld preparations for the great turn ing point of existence. The mason was squaring blocks for the tomb chamber; the potter molded images of the gods-, or bowls and jars, to be placed in the grave for the protection or refreshment of the Ka. exhausted with the ordeals, of the under world; the sculptor and painter were at work upon the walls of tit" funeral cham ber, illustrating the scenes through which the ghost was to pas-s, or de picting the industrious life of the de parted. The very temples which cluster along the levels beside the Nile were, iu a sense, but vestibules to the tombs in the hills behind. The sacred lake, now the weedy, picturesiitli' haunt of water fowl, was then the stene of solemn ferryings of the dead. The temple walls were covered with the terrors of the judgment to come. The houses of the living, indeed, were built of per ishing mud. but the homes of the dead ami the shrines where supplication was made to the gods who ruled their fate weie made to last forever. On these all the strength, the science and the aitistic skill of the ancient Egyp tians weie cheerfully lavished. Sat urday Review. They Needed Him. "So you want a Job?" Inquired the manager of the great mercantile estab lishment. "Ever had any experience In this business?" "Well, no. not exactly," the young man replied. "You see, I have just got through college." "Obi Did you play football?" "Yes; I w.-to center rush In our var sity team last jear." "Good: And did you take any other part ill athletics?" "1 hold a medal as a shot putter." "I suppose you were iu all the cane rushes and hat smashings too?" "Yes, sir. I was the best hat smasher In my class." "All right. John, give this young man woik out in the wareroom. He'll be good at handling heavy boes and barrels and such things a college grad uate, you know." Chicago Times-Herald. All He Coald See. "What is it?" asked the man who tvas struggling to see what was taking place in ihe stjrm center of the crowd, indicat.jil by the policeman's helmet hat. "What I? it? Robbers?" "No!" repli'.-d the disgusted man who was trying to crowd his way out 'Rubbers!" Chicago Tribune. The Cure thai Cures Goughs, Colds, Grippe, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis and Incipient Consumption, Is Tta German remedy' Cures VnvcnV ivA Vuim iKnctn L&MtyA Aruos. 2550t(s FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm of 81 acres. Good buildings, 8 miles west ot city on the Smith road. Dr. I J. Baughninn, Montrose, O. 118-195 FOR SALE Oil TRADE SO acres with good buildings and fences, rich tlllahle land, watered by springs and brook, line fish pond, orchard unit sugar bush; close to Akron; price less than J2.300. J. I. Bnchtel, Insurance and loans, iss South Howard St. lTOtf Sacrallce sale of four lots, E0xl52 feet on High St., near Crosier St., only J173 each. Six room house. North Hill, nearly new, hard wood finish, $l,u00. Good 60 acre farm, near Akron, for sale, would take city property in exchange. Money to loan nt tf per cent. G. M- Jones Tel. 866 FOR SALE Xo. 1M Otis St.. 7 room house, large barn, lot 62x165. J16T5 cost S2.200; 3 room house. Sller St., modern Improve ments, $s00. with S room houe In rear, fl,400; tl room house, with largo lot, big Imrgnln nt P'M; s room house neitr Bnchtel College. $1.3X: '. feet front, Wooster ne., S2,0iO: dclrnble city lots in Haynes allot ment. Just oft of S. Main st., as towns WT'i; very desirable lot W. Miller ave., $.100; houses nnd building lots In nil parts ot the city. J. I. HACUTEL, 115 S. Howard St. MONEY TO LOAN. TO 10AX $5,000 In sums to suit borrower. J. I Baehtel, IsS South Howard. 170 1 1 MOJTEY TO LOAN Abundnnce nt 5Jper cent on residences, business property or farms. Privilege of pirtial payments nfter one venr. Chns. A. Blackford. ISO South Main st. Oct. 14, 1 mo. MONEY TO LOAN From J5.00 and up ward on household goods or any cbattle se curity nnd allow the goods to remain In your possession. Can repay us In monthly Installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Ol Qce hours, S:30 to 11:S0 a.m.. 1:: to 5 p.m. L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLER. aw-antf WANTED. WANTED Purchaser for a good lot in South Akron. Inquire of E. J. Hoskins, Democrat office. Ifit5-170 TO EXCHANGE A first class four horso power electric motor for a ten horso power motor. 91tf WANTED. Ten men who want loans of ISOO, t-500, JlOOrt, tim 2000, JJ.VXW. For particulars, call on G. W. GRIDLEY. Tel.51fl. 43 Central BIdg. Ar. F". LS:iVIAE Justice of tho Peste and Notary. 205 Wooster avenue. Houses on monthly payments, choice lots on AVooater av. will be sold at a sacrifice, also greenhouse equipments cheap. A 4o horse-power bollor, almost new. I have the finest allotment In Akron. Lots 00x175 from S10 to J'JOo. Come to see me. INSURANCE Before You Take Your Life, accident or health. insurance, see FRAHK 0. HEWC0MB, District Aeent Aetna Life Insurance Co., Everett building tel. 932. If you want a first-class driving horse, finely mated coach or carriage team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn, No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but first-class horses kept in stock. N. R. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734. John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900 WANTED TO LOAN $1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent for term of years if security Is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Hale & Everett block. a -fees Tel. 1523 s-tf?obe:l S-fcoam Laundry New machinery, new location. J We guarantee our 'work. High gloss or domestic finish, Phono 1432 ' iSos. 132-137 North Howard st. f PETERSON & WRIGHT Successors to J. E. Peterson Grain. Hoy, mill Feed, cement, line, eic. I2S NORTH MART ST. TeL 124 Peterson Wright SHAW'S PURE MALT. The sick and delicate need a gentle tonic-stimulant. It is often a matter of life and death with them. The ideal nutrient and restorative is pure whisky. That's precisely what Shaw's Pure Malt is. Sold bv WM. WASHER, 144 S. Howaid st., Akron. O. OASFAF3 Z1NTEL. Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes Orders promptly attended to. 155S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O. Family NrVashings Our specialty. Special rates. We wash clean, good finish, don't ruin fabrics. Will call for and deliver goods. One trial is all we ask. AMERIOAN LAUNDRY 405 East Exchange st. Phone 72? Etz & Heed, Frojs. MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a large amonnt of money to loan on good real eitau locority. Ixw rate of Interest. Terms most reasonable. 149 S. Howard St., Phonos 532 and 593 GET OUR PRICES., Ritchie Coal Oo. IIO Af- INlEsf-fcce-g: S-fc. Phone 553. From us on your own terms, also see us about that INSURANCE you have e-plring soon. P. P. B HSTER8 AT THE SANK OJ5kt-E, Tho Finest Restnurniu In ALrou. 5EALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. FETE IMPORTED A3D DOMESTIC Wot Ooods & Cte;r-s Under Centnd Savlnts Bink. JOHN KOERQEB, Pr-op Little Troubles. As It Is only uow aud then that we have a landslide, while we are contin ually annoyed by tho dust which sifts in nt eery crack ami door and wlu dow. so it Is only now nnd then that we have a crnshinj: trouble, while we are perpetually annoyed by little daily cares nnd vexations. Weekly Bouquet. w A. D. ELLIS JkE Moving Vans, Teaming LvOHL and Transferring. "Fill "'' your coal bins now and avoid the rush." Office, Cor. Cherry and Canal sts. Tel. 2ST. J. K. WILLIAMS Machine Shop General Machine Work of All Kinds Clay Working Machinery for Stoneware a Specialty. Groovers ofWine Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port, Sweet, Ives Seedling... Always on nana. All orders promptly filled. Special attention given to all mail orders. SCHAEDLER & RHEIN, Kelly's Island, 0. iron ant! Brass Castings For Every Purpose. i. Adamson, Exchange and Water Streets. The Dixon Transfer Co. Coal, Transfer and Livery Packing, moving and storing ol goods. Coaches, coupes and carriage.1 for funerals, weddings, parties and callings. 1 23 and 125 Carroll st. Tel. Ko. 30- HOME-MADE CANDY Only puru materials used In tho manu facture ot our liome-maile cniulles. We are running on full time to keep up with tho orders for our wholesale and retail trmle. Prices are very reasonable considering the line quality of the goods. N. LASKARIS CO. Phono 2'.'. 162 South Howard st. and 532 S. Howard s,t., opp. city buildlug. W&: HAVE CURSD Primary. Secondary or Tertiary BLOOD POIS- u pernianuy in ia to 85 davs. You can be trtated at homo for same price under same guarantee. II you pre fer to come here we will contract to pay railroad fare and hotel bills, nnd no choree if we fall to euro. If von ha'e tnkf n mercury, Iodtilo potash, nnd still have uches and paiu, Mucous Patches in mouth. Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper-colored Sooth. Ulcer on any part of the body, Hair or Eyehro-as Fnllins: Out, it is this Secondarv BLOOD l'OISON' wo guarantee to cure. Wo solicit tho most obstinate cases and challenge tho world for a caso wo can not cure. This disease has always baffled the skill of tho most eminent physicians. fsoo,u00 capital behind our unconditional guarantee. Absolute proofs sent sealed on application. Address Cook Remedy Co.. 1SJ) Masonic Temple, Chicago, III. OIL. For Scwlnsr Ma. chlcss. Tnsewriters. Firo Arms, etc. The Highest Ortco. (Jet It from your dealer. Ba!rdBros.&Co5!i!!! !t Atlantic Garden f ..European Restaurant.. 200-202 E. Marietst. Eef reshments of all kinds. The celebrated Antecser Beach Beer always on draught. Meals at all hoars at reasonable prices. Give ns a call We will please yoa. DETTLING BROS., Props. (0 a & 2 -t3 -5 -h2 - -3 -S -g-5! - !a . tssvai iP&imysslSM ?Ji Bbis'ii?i BiK5 ig -1 p - B ml" z I f z $& BTZB Sllll-TBH Winter in the South. The seas-on approaches when oues thoughts turn toward a place where the inconveniences of a Northern winter may be escaped. 2u section of this country offers such ideal spots a's the Gulf Const on the line ol tho Louisville & Nashville railroad between Mobile and New Orients. It possesses a mild climate, pure air, even tcmportittiro und facilities for hunting: niul tlshinsr enjoyed by no other section. Accommodations for visitors aro first-class, aud can be se cured at moderate prices. The L. & JT. K. B. is the only line by whih it can b? reached in through cars from Northern cities. Through carsched tiles to all points in Florida by this lino are also perfect. Write for folders, etc., to.lackson Smith, D. P. A., Cincinnati, O. $11.00 Philadelphia and Return. S11.00 Via 1 & W. and B. & O. R. R., Nov. Hand -ii. Tickots pood returning ten days from date of sale. Kor further information see C. I), llon odle, ticket np-ut. Union depot. NOTICE... For Drucs, Prescription, Fancy Articles and Clears come to the Now Drus Storo At Ko. 1 121 S. Mala St., Tel. IW ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor M llillltlSiM3c!i:ne m Ban btobib fsZSXI I Es)m 1 m llll DNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE The United Statesof America, Northern District of Ohio,ss. In the U.S. Circuit Court, Northern District of Ohio, EasternDivision. No. 5909. The Michigan Mutual Life In surance Company of De troit, Michigan, a Corpora tion Organized Under the Laws of the State of Michi gan VS. M. Anna Wolf, John Wolf and Gussie Rowe Sayre, Defendants. By virtue of tho command of an alias or der of calo duly Issued out of the office of th Clerk of the circuit of the United States for the eastern division of the Northern Dis trict of Ohio, and to me directed and deliv ered, I will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the court house in the City of Akron, county of Summit and Stat of Ohio, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Monday, December 11, A.D. 1899, The following described premises, towlt: Situated in the City of Akron, in the county of Summit and the state of Ohio, and being loti one hundred nnd fifty-four 154 nnd one hundred and fifty-five 153 In the original town plat as surveyed and re corded in the records of Portage county, Ohio, in book H, pages IS. 19, 20, excepting and reserving from lot one hundred nnd fifty-five 153 tho west fifty-five 55 feet in width heretofore conveyed by the heirs of Richard Howe, deceased, to Eliza and Lucretla Hitchcock. Appraised at $7,236.00 Said premises to he sold subject to all prior liens. Terms of sale Cash in hand on day of sale. M. A. SMALLEY, U.S. Marshal, North his. O. E. R. GUINEY, Solicitor for Complainant. Nov 9 10 23 30 Dec 7 Whnt Mltrlit Have Been. "Now, 1 suppjse." lemarked Mrs. Snatrgs, "that the surgeons of the army are attached to the medical corps." "Your supposition doea you great credit." replied Mr. Snaggs sarcastic ally, "It's a wonder yon didn't Imag ine that doctors joined the army for the purpose of nulldins bridges or go ing up In a balloon. Where should army surgeons be except In the medic al corps?" "Well. I thought that they might pos sibly belong to the lancers." London Standard. Sot Hes Abode. "My Income .Is small." said a rather dilatory lover, "and perhaps it Is cruel of me to take you from your father's roof." "But I don't live on the roof." was the prompt reply. Harlem Life. CItlns: nis Authority. Caller Where's Mr. Hare? Smart Office Boy (with a gtlnl Can't say. He's .lead. Caller Why. I saw him tayseii this morning. Boy Well, anyhow, there's a sign over across the street there wot says, "ITair Dyed Here." Kansas City Inde pendent. Blend most softlv osd play most effectively over a festive scene when thrown 'by waxen candles. The light that heightens beauty's charm, that gives the finished touch to the drawing room or dining room, is the mellow glow of UNQUET JA5 CANDLES Sold in all colors and shades to harmonize with any interior hangings or decorations. S Manufactured by K 5TANDHPD OIL CO. Jf fi For salo everywhere. Bjftjij esv?J'QsssessV V -' V KH ISSSss!