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AKRON DAILY DEMOgKT ft'tj Humors 'They tnko tioieesalon of tlio body, and are Lords ot Misrule, They Rto attended by pimples, bolls, tho Itchlns tetter, salt rhoum, and Other cu. lancou.i eruptions; by feelings ot weaknosg, languor, general debility nnd what not. Tliey cauco tnoro suffering than Anything else. Health, StM-nslh, renco nnd riensuro rrqulra tbclr expulsion, nnd this in posi tively effected, according to thousands of grateful testimonials, by ' Hood's Sarsaparilla Which radically nnd permanently drives them out and builds up tho wholo system. A Word to The WiSe Mwro Choose for Your Bankets Men who havo mndo n suc cess of their bnnk, who nro themselves successful bus iness men. They enn handle your money wisely nnd safe ly, nnd oftentimes enn ns s(pt you to success. Tho officers 11 ml directors of this bank nro nlwnys looking to nsslst Its frlor.ds. The Central Savings Bank.... CAPITAL JSO.OOO.OO 5TOBIU3 I-KOFITS S30.000.00 Interest Is Compounded Twice :i year on nil moneys deposited here. Absolute so. curlty to depositors Is ns sured by governmental su pervision. WE PAY INTEREST. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK 108 S. Howard st Geo. W. CROUSE, President. N. C. STONE, Cashier. GIGANTIC Combine of Railway interests. It's Said Pennsylvania and Van derbilts Will Merge. A story has been put In circulation to the effect that the Vanderbtlt nnd rennsylvnnla railroad Interests have decided to join in a monster financial alllauce with n capitalization of over $'.2,000,000,000 nnd a total of over .'10, 000 miles of track. It Is said the Idea Is fo control transportation facilities of the East, and to dominate affairs In both the bituminous and hard coal fields. Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. "I suffered for six years with con stipation and indigestion, during which time I employed several phy sicians, but they could not reach my case," writes Mr. G. Popplcwcll, of Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., Ark. "I felt that there was no help for rne, could not retain food on my stomach j had vertigo and would fall helplesa to the floor. Two years ago I com menced taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and little ' Pellets,' and improved from the start. After Ukinir twelve bottles of the ' Dlscov- ery ' 1 was able to do light work, and have been improving ever since. I am now in good health for one of my age to years. I owe it alt to Doctor Pierce's medicines." i s NERVES ON EDGE, It U when tho time, are Irritated and disordered Ut Deadftcbei come. Mir be aor ono or a dozen primary notes, but Uie remt U nlwajs the, same, - Dr, Jamea' Headaohe Powdara loorrjo andrcttore the nerre force make It Impoe Hole for headache to eitst, Part ectlr harmles no napleuaat after-effect. Do not airect the heart In IDT war. At all drug etorti. 4 dous 10c. k The J. W, Jmea Oo,, Eat Uri!r, l'a. m ll. r- fS MADE 169 WitgrQusm3M BY THE USB OP HBi K$rH(Aj iiyiL For Sale by John Lamimrtcr & Co., FORTY New Members In One Night. Busy Session of Favor ite Hive. D. of L. Want Officer to Attend More- Regularly. l.o, t. m. Favorite hive, of Knsb Akron, on Tuesday evening Initiated 40 now mem bers, During tho past ychr this Illvo has Increased Its membership by 00 A number of State officers were present Tuesdny evening, among them being Great Ilecord Keeper Mrs. ,Tcs3lo K. Kigcr, of Canton; Deputy Great Com mander Mrs. Mary E. Stewart, of Cleveland, and Lieut. Commander Mrs. Nellie C. Hepper't, of Akron. After tho Inltlntlou, Mrs. llnttlo Ilnrt presented eachof tho otllcers a beautiful bouquet. A banquet was served,' covers being laid for 100 people, nnd u good program of tousls followed. Festivities contin ued until 2 o'clock tho next morning. Next niectiug night, Sept. 1Y. Assess ment Is due. Regular meeting of Busy Bee hlvo Tuesday evening, Sopt. 10, at 7:30. All llto bciiPllt members, who have not paid assessment No. (55 are suspended; assessment No. CO for life benefit mem. bens was due Sept. 1 nnd must bo paid by tlio last. Pay up in time, ladies. The Supreme laws arc very strict and wo must live up to them, oven if every member has to be .suspended. O. U, A. M. Summit council did not hold n meet ing last week, on account of tho con vcn.lon being hold nt Canton, and many Akron members attended, It Is not nec essary to repeat here what was donu at the convention, as, that will be re ported, by Summit's representative at the meeting nest Friday night. It Is urgently requested that all attend the next meeting who are able, as much Im portant business is-to como before the council, nnd thoso who did not go to the convention Should como up nnd hear of what was done. "Many things are scheduled that -cannot bo printed, and a rare tre.it Is in store for those who attend. DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY. Columbia council held a good ses sion Thursday evening. Three appli cations for membership were received and one candidate obligated. The sick were reported Improving. Some of thoso elected to office may get notice of n vacancy, If they don't attend more regulnrly. Read your by-laws and see. Thoso who do not attend regularly are missing a whole lot of fun these days nnd some who have been absent for so long ought to come nnd get ac quainted with, our new members. You won't know tho lodgo or Its members, if you don't soon como out Some think we ought to hold sessions once a week as they get tired waiting for lodgo night, others attend only once In three or four months that Is tho difference. Ve expect visitors from Canton at the next session nnd tho 'instructions for team work received froni them will add new Interest in our. work. Don't for get tho speclnl meeting nt 0,n. m., Sept. 25, for special business. RED MEN. Chiefs, Warriors and Braves of Sar nnac tribe met in Tegular council last Thursday sleep 'with a good attend ance, when one- paleface was adopted. Next Thursday sleep there will bo work In tho Warrior's 'degrco. We were fa vored .with the visit of a chief from Fleet Foot tribe, of Canton, also a chief from the reservation of New Jer sey, who delivered a short, talk on the good of tho order., It Is gratifying to noto the attendance nt our Councils, es pecially of the ejected, chiefs and the membership in general. Visiting chiefs are always welcome. M. W. of A.' Harmony Camp hold Its usual meet ing last week. Several. visiting neigh bors were In attendance. Wo were glad to see them. Tho latch string is nlways on tho outside for visiting neighbors. The presenco of nil neigh bors is requested nt our next meeting. Business of Importance tp all is to come before tho meeting. Seven now names were ha'uded In for action. Our worthy clerk has returned from his vacation. The camp will s.oon have an orchestra of Its own. Tho regular team work will bo put on next, week. Every member of the teanl in requested to bo )n attendance. Tho b.all team of Har mony camp accepted the challenge of Akron camp for a game. Harmony camp beat them nt tho picnic. THE PATHFINDER. It was decided by unanimous voto of (Continued .ou eighth page.) The President oflhe i Association of Dressmakers .pmiiiijm. iik i J ' "J' H'Tr' fl 'i ' "Ni l -HgBrtBMBlMMf-ifrfVffltrMfW'f'T"!! New York, Sept. 13-From nil paits tho number of a thousand have como are discussed tho art of dressmaking. of the association, which Is styled tho THE PAINTER OF "THE VAMPIRE." iNcw York, Sept. 13-Sir Philip Burne-Jones, the' fntifb'us pointer, has been nt Newport this season, nnd pic tured In words society ns be found It. According to tho painter of "The Vam pire," Newport women surpass any and nil people. For extravagance ho declnres tho American society man nnd woman hnvc no equals in any country. "A barbaric splendor and revel In untold luxury," is his' charac terization of those who make up America's so-called 400. RACE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Was Won by the American Liner Philadelphia. New York, Sept. 15. Tho American liner Philadelphia has won the Trans Atlantic race from the German liner Furst Bismarck. The Philadelphia passed In nt 1:30 ' Saturday morning. At 10 a.m. the Bismarck had not even been sighted. Tho Phil adelphia and tho Furst Bismarck left Southampton last Saturday, the Amer ican ship a few hours in advance. Tho Philadelphia's officers openly Bar Builds up the Body, Brain and Nerves om And purines the blood. It iiifu.es new vlgoi and vital ity Into the weak. nervous and .broken (Iowa system, atopi all unnatural drains and causes n general feellnc of health, pow er and vitality. Within thrau iluys after taking the llritdote you will notlco the re turn of the old vim, snap and nm-rgy you nave counted ai loit furever. While the generative organs are helped to regain their normal cowers and (lie lUtTr rer U quickly mhie oodicIcUb ot dlrec toiient. II A. 11 UKN nmitca tlio appetite keen, tho dlgos tlon poreet and ihu nerves strong unit toady aa steel. J1A.U-B1SN It especially of flcaclous for weak womou. All tlrugitlits, Wo, or mailed sealed on re ceipt ol price. Wrlln for freo sample., Ine Bur-Bon Heinodles Co., Cleveland, O, For sale by J. M. Liner. V. V. Albreclit, Kaufmaun llros., Ulaclc, tho Druggist, Pytt.'s yharmaoy, gnn A MoKtaa, ES "W of the country womqn modistes to to- this city for n convention attwhlch Mrs. Elizabeth White Is the president Dressmakers' Protecflvo Association. stated that they were going to race tho Bismarck. ' General .Too WHecler was a passen ger Oh the Philadelphia. While stroll ing along tho decks' with Capt. Mills, tho General said: "Captain. I would like to jCllriip' urjj to thnt crow's nest," pointing to the place high lip'thc mast. "Go on. I will mot .stop you," Capt. Mills replied. The General climbed. Take Care of tlie Stomach Tho mart or woman whose digestion is perfect and whoso stomach performs Us every function, is never sick. Ko dol cleanses, purifies and sweetens tho stomach and cures positively and per manently 'all stomach troubles, Indi gestion 'aud dyspepsia. It Is the won derful reconstructive tonic that is mak ing so many sick people welKind weak people- strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment In the food they eat. Rev. J. .n.Holladay, of Holladay, Miss., writes: "itodol has cured me. I cpnsjder It tho best rem edy ,1 over used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. I was given up by physicians. Kodol saved-, my1 life." Take It after meals. A Sad Disappointment. Ineffcctlvo liver medicine Is a disap pointment, but you don't want to purge, strain and break tho 'glands of tho otomach and bowels. DeWltt's Little Early Risers never disappoint. They cleanse tho system of all poison and putrid matter, and do it so' gently thnt one enjoys tho pleasant effects. They nro a tonic to tne liver. Cure biliousness, torpid liver and prevent fever. PLAYED CARDS And Was Glad Afterward He Did. That (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Sept. 13. Four "next morning" forlorns faced the Mayor, Friday and were given $2 and costs each. They were John Slttlngton, A. Roderick-, H. Kuntz, and Win. Clssnn and they were each charged with in toxication. Mnry Debevltz had John ICovack ar rested, Friday, charging him with stealing ?35. Kovack boards with Mory nnd shq claimed tliat when she went out Friday noon to get some meat for dinner, Kovack got into her trunk nnd extracted tho ?33. As Kovack was able to show that ho was plnylng cards with some friends nt that hour, nnd Mary is in tho habit of leaving her door key hanging outside the door in plnln. sight, the case was dismissed nnd Mary Is still bewailing the loss of her money. Lingering: Summer Colds. Don't let a cold run at this season, Summer colds nre the hardest kinds to euro nnd If neglected, may linger along for months. A long slego like this will pull down tho strongest con stitution. Ono Minute Cough Cure will break up the attack at ouco. Safe, sure, acts at once. ' Cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis nll-'fliront nnd lung troubles. The children like It. Z flmmfrf Hfnum V.. K3B.m,l:. I Gas Fitting Done Until You Iw prices and good work Is our motto. Wo have the finest lln of fixtures In the city at tho lowest prices. Can ranges, ovens and hot plnles. Hot plates from $1,00 up, THE DAUNTLESS MANUFACTURING CO. PLUMBING, HEATING AND LIGHTING. People's Phono 359. 233 South Main St. e.,$66O940O'O9e9494d464 jjffi.SyjfTaggggB3BMI KEEP Use an ii irai 2!L JrtL " vA ll m Tel. 642 and 943 People's, The Fall Styles. M..AlBORK, 219 SOUTH HOWARD STREET. rs? iwiaiii sfi wPHHikHft ll yVo OfTier !on.w,min,,,3n(f ii'air -v L-c, 8'h R m- JKflr M ET to apply, economical, and JaKlKK&R lSf fUllI U SmmJr S?thln e"er for Hardwood I WLfn TEtTH ! KSfr Floors and Hardwood Finish. I ' '-?-! ' B ams& "ifiteff: Monarch Premium List 1 tf"V "" ""'' iTi ivif If You Are a Sport You can't help but appreciate We hnve all kinds of loaded shells, cartridges, etc. Smokers Cigars uuu tuuuuuu 1101a uo- cause tliey can got the best grade of goods and always got tho right' flavor. Fine Amber Stem Pipes with Meerschaum or Genuine Drier Bowls at low prices. Pocketbooks, purses, wallets, etc. in ft great variety and at all prices. WJtmfl-p cor Hward and Market a srisr vjruiij sis. - rcopivs pnuno m '"?- "".tA!UJ,Vil :::::::::::::::'': I ! i t '4 Our Annual M illinery 19 Will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, Septem ber the I6th arid 17th We extend a cordial invi tation to all to be present. 1 i i ! M 123 South Howivrd Street GROUND FLOOR v:.:.::.w;:J5"J''; CURE YOURSELF! lV Jll3l for unnatural IrrtAtloca or ulceration! mi u i-tieista. ,'l.lui"'.".':s., llHtEmittiltuiWlCo. gfntorpolwaoui. UOia or airnEBiau, or ttnt Id plain wrapper. Circular Mat on ro-juwt. BUtif In 1 1) a dijo. vjl H? IjH&CUCINIUTI, 0. D50 M. D.B.A. yjftGT r Have Our Estimate, i Kara COOL! ELECTRIC FAN In both house and office. They cost but littlo and insuro corn fort during warm weather : : :: i SSI Viaduct. as shown In our superior tailored clothing are covered by one brief sen tence: The best to bo had In town. We snare no pains in buying good cloth, proper sponging, careful cutting and fitting, sewing and finishing. We'd like to measure you for your Fall suits, whether for business or for evening wear. FASHIONABLE TAILOR and DRAPER. our line of sporting gooda. Bats, Mits. Poles, Lines, Hooks, Trailing Lines, In fact, everything for a fine dap's Outing. h0 know alwayg W their iBaWMgi"'-" 'riwf-JrwHB ! I ! ! ! ! 1 pemng o M.E.DURKIN'1 .0 I SHICHESTSR'B CIIQUDII HVBWKG L8 so a d a rttw ,8Arc iii rftikUi. Ldte-. aa Prvrrtii .. "n1"' " vir. urn - ," n.wHi.pHt mmm nW 0 P-'.TUh c!y 1 tllDl Kaua Ulj papr iU4Wa lIUn, yuBin I'S A. A. BESAW & CO: Photographers and Art Dealem Fine plcturcs,framcH and mouM--' logs. , 354 S. MAIN ST., GROUND FLOOR OALLHr. And ART STORE. Phones People's 1008; Bell -2032 Cherry. I THE SOUTH STREET FOUNDRY Has been purchased by Marsh & cr kj Who will fnrnl'h rapalrs and castings for alt kinds of stoves, plows and gen-, cral foundry work. Second Hand Stoves for Sale. All work will bo given prompt at tention. People's Phone 941. it's a Handy Thing io Have Around the House r We Loan In Any Amount on Anything of Value LOAN CAN BE RETURNED IN SMALL, EASY PAYMENTS. Why be annoyed with a number of small bills, when you can get the money of us at easy terms and pay them all at onco? All transactions strictly private. No reference required. Our rates nre the lowest. We al.o make loani on insurance policies and conduct a regu lar pawning business at lowest terms;. The American Loan & investment Co 246 S. Howard St. HENRY KRAUS, Treas. People's Phone 1100. IT IS NUi FAIH Ta your STOMACH to negleol nor to mankind to look frightfully, when a few trips to our office will fix ' your mouth up In good shapo at a very moderate expense. ArtlfIda,Tecth 5 and up F,n,nBS 50g anil yp Gold Crowns ftp nrj )sa Rooms,, 126 S. Main st. ARBEY BLOCK, evenings. f-unday, 10-1. Phon", brown 2-141. Open MONEY TO On Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Car riages, Wagons And on all chattel property at the' very lowest rates. If you have a num ber of small debts you want to pay, I will loan you the money, and you ,cnu pay it back in small monthly payments. All goods remain In your possession, and your business is strictly confiden tial. Call nnd investigate before you borrow, I can save you money. L. C. Miller, Room 14, Arcade Blook Bell phone 700. ' People's phone 774. $4-5,000 to Loan on Furniture, etc. PRIVATE L0A3S OF $5.00 TO iSIJO. If you one a debt which you find It Inconvenient to p.ty nil at once, orlf you owe number ot dirforent par. ties nntl wish to Ret rid of the em barrassment, we will furnish you the money to pay them nil and jou can pay us back In small weekly or monthly payments. Kvery payment so Hindu reduces principal nod Inter est, so us not so mifs It from your narnlngs. We will loan yon from ts.00 to 1500. Furniture, I'lanos, onice, Htore and Baloon Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Ufa Insurance Policies, and other good securities. Loans male the same day ana data asked for. Loam made In every part of Burn rait oounty. Extra time in u of S sickness, aeatn or loss ot employ- ment. If you cnnnotcall. write or pbona People's hi. Bell S7, end we will call personally with money. All Ooodslelt In your possession without removal. MONEY iiniliMin, . H 193 S. Howard sa. H Open evenings. ' "' If ATBAN M. 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