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Real Work Will Begin
Wednesday.
Not Likely to be a Football
Team This Year.
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Tuesday will mark tlio opening of
the school yenr nt BiHitel college.
Registration will take place toinoncw
tuid teal work on the pint of tlie stu
dents will begin Wednesday. A num
ber of students imled In the city to
day, but the greater number 111 come
Tuesday. The collego authorities say
that the outlook is exceptionally
brjght for a good jear.
The Z. A. 13. frntemlty has been
busy during the vacation months nnd
through the efforts of Its members
ten new students have been added to
thet college list.
The outlook for a foot ball trim Is
faf torn bright and It Is cry doubt-
NjtulNf Buehtel will be reptcicntcd on
4t ntt(4 lti 4tila Dfliienu Tim tirn.
motors of athletics at the collego
realize that a coach Is neccssoiy for
a foot ball team tint the collego au
thorities hnve not shown a disposition
to engage one.
A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bos
a remarkable record. It has been In
use for ocr thirty sears, during which
tlmo many million bottler. hao been
sold nnd used. It, hurt long boon tho
standard and main rellanco In the
ticnfniont of croup In thousands of
homes', yot dining all this tllnc no case
has oyer beon repotted to tho manu
facture! s In which It failed to olTect
a euro. When given as soon as tho
chjld boepmos hoaise or own as soon
us the cioupy cpugh appeals, it will
jyevont the attack. It'is pleasant to
toko, many children HUo It. It con
tains no opium or other harmful sub
stnhco and may bo given as confi
dently to a baby as to an adult. For
sain by all druggists.
V -
,, Inspirator ernes headache In ten
minutes.
READY FOR
I " ANOTHER YEAR
Oak Place School to Open
1 Thursday, Sept. 25.
Tl)t fourth year of the Oak Haco
nriyatp school will open Tluusday,
Soptombcr 2r. The outlook Is unusu
ally good both for tho number of pu
pljs nnd tho (luallllcallous of tho in
structors. Miss Pfatf, of Rochester,
N. Y,( will hno ehaigp of tho primary
department. she has attended two
normal schools and conies highly rec
ommended from tho Lady Jnno Orny
nrlqto school of Rliighnmtou, Pn.,
Whero she taught with great success
three years.
Tljo Intermediate dopaitmont will bo
Jn charge of Miss King. Miss King
tins also hnd the noimal training and
lias taught very successfully for two
years In tho Fiocbol academy of Yonlc
cr, N. Y. In addition to thoso men
tioned, Miss nutlt Mm (loci;, will bo
lilt- Justruetor of history In the aca
demic dnpnitment. Miss Muidock Is
a grndunto of Mlddlebury college, Mid
'dfolniry, Vt.
Special attontlou Is given to tho nea
tjcm(c or eolloglato dcpaitmuut which
If prepaiatory for any of tho eastern
'cpllegos. Wellesloy accopts ginduates
from this department without exnmln
iitlbli. Last June a student of this de
partment was tho only one In tho city
who took tho examinations sent nnd
glvon by the board of examiners of
tho pastern eollogos, Hho passed them
with credit. Tho Instructors of tills
A Delldhlful Lunoh and Supper
Aoknpolxlgtd
tobethortgtn
erally ttctptod,
crtip, dilloloui,
Itrtpf thanlnv
feed for urn
low UM.
SHREDDED
WBtS
BISCUIT
II tun nit AH Annrirv with nut nrliaHnB Iht
bKlr.nd lth It the moil dillittitful.ndtUlnty
dfib.)cab prprl No woman cn leflect
iTicrs(Tuii uwm ntr luogmtiu na annuo
Uatf thtnliT lupniinir Iter ftmllj rul uot
wuh thtnU(ntr.huUom food which mnUlni
II that rrnrlia In nuil...l,iiii ......
Wto vourlih rj rUracnlof 111. human bodi
Whatl llUoull quIyaiV In milk, drain am
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department aro recent collego gradu
atesa very deilrable ieiulslto to any
one vlsllng to bn prepaiod for collego
work. Tho usual choral and phjsl
cal trnlijlng vork will loiiUiiuo hb
foiniorly. .
Tho kiudcrgaitcn Is to bo In charge
of Miss Mary Wake, a graduato of tho
lliiltlmoio tialulng senool. Tho chll
dien nro callc(l for and ictmned In a
comfortable comoyanco.
FORTY.
(Continued fjxim flfth page.)
lAkron lodgp to havo team dilll ociy
meeting night until Jan. 1. Mombers
of the team plonso take notice. livery
mcetlnir night when thero Ib no ini
tiatory work thoio will bo 15 minutes'
team drill, A ery goodly number was
In attendance at tho mooting Monday
night. Hoveral applicants Were oted
Into memberslp. Thieo candidates
presented theniHelvt's for initiation, but
tho hour was lato and thoy were re
quested to wait until some later dato
befoio tecohlng tho degree.
Tho commltteo on by-laws leported
that tho now codu would soon bo ready
for piesuntatlon to tho' lodge. Slsteis
lloirodln, reckltani and Hague and
llio. Walker weio lepoited sick.
sons ok st. (ii:onou.
Alaon lodco had n well nttended
meeting Wednesday OYenlng. Ques
tions of vital Impoitnnco ate being dis
cussed nnd oury membor should bo
come familiar with them. Client in
toiwit Is ninnlfestod in the changes that
nro now taking place nnd n now orn
Is dawning for Akion Iqdge. Our net
meeting, Wednesday, tho 21th, will be
n hummer,
H-OHKSTBHS OF AMRIUOA.
Court Akron will meet In tegular
session on Thursday opening. A good
attontluiico is desUfd, ns niattois of
gicat Importnncp nie to bo acted upon.
DBcmnra rooAiioNTAs.
Ognreeta council kindled lis coun
cil flro Tuesday evening, Wo wero ha
lted by n brother froin AVIld Hoso
eounell, of Wanton. Two applications
wero read and u coiumltteo appointed
on same. Quo candidate was balloted
for and accepted. All milters should
bo on Imnd ut the next meeting, also
nil inomlierH, lUfUher Kioft Is able to
follow tho hunt again.
V. n. K, of P.
BurnmU City compnny met In reg
ular huslness assombl Monday oenlng
mid hpld oi Interesting and well attend-
ed meeting. Tho Knights Lpyul that
did not nttend wrio Just out that much.
No. 0(5 will ls(t rmonla lodge, of
OujJihogn Kails, this oonlng,in com
pany with Akion and Jiarbcrfon com
panies. Let oeiy Knight Lojal turn
out.
PATIIFINDRU-SJUPIIBMU OPFIOC.
AYynutlot Iodgo has beon oiganlzod
at Uppeil Sanduskj by Stnto Oiganlzcr
I. K. Umbarger, asslsled by Deputy
Ilanor. The Upper Sandusky dallies
luno ininy conipllmoutary things to
say about Tho Pathfinder.
ItUHscli lodge, ot njdfiij((intlated
22 last night. The Indiana lodges often
i . i. .
A GIRL'S PROBLEM.
How to Feed Herself When
Running Down.
"I am a stenoguiphcr!" That state
incut brings up a picture of long horns
of thesoino Indoor confinement, close
mental cnncontiutlou and sitbseiiuent
exhaustion and hiain fag. Then comes
up tho food question,
A joung lady In payton, Ohio,
wiltcs: "Soino tlmi) ago I wa.H a sten
oguiphcr in a huge city lptall stoio
and halng tho respoualblllty of tho
ofllio work lesllng largely upon mo
my health began giailitally to decline,
nnd l stood facing the dltlleult piob
lem of finding teliof of some kind or
lcalng my Munition. Worry added
to inj double; I becamo dj.ipeptlc
and neiwius nnd surfeied with insom
nia and lestlessncss at night.
I was HpeiUIng of mj Illness one day
to a dalnod nurso, wh recommended
that I begin a systematic diet of
Ornpe-Nuts at nnrw as slio had seen
Its beneficial etlect Upon several of
her patients who had suffered as I
did.
So 1 began to use the food consci
entiously, it formod my entire break
fast with, perhaps Postum Coffee or
some other nouilshlng drink and a
hoeond dish was taken at the oenlng
meal. In about two weeks' tlmo I be
gan to feel sdonger nnd more hopeful
my digestion and appetite weio bet
ter; I was less nenohs and could
sleep, I continued the diet steadily
and soon courago nud vitality began
to revlvo and once more I began to
think suei-ess lay somuwiioro in this
big woild for me.
My woik ginw smoother and easier
and after soei months of this diet t
could do almost twice, tho amount of
woil; In a day and do It easily and
without feeling exhausted.
Today I am filling a much moio re
sponsible position nnd do the woik
easily and satisfactory. I attribute
It all to (liape-Nntn which I still eon
tlnuo to use. For n palatable and
healthful diet, tho)o Is nothing on tho
market to equaflt, and the fact should
Incline of common knowledge." Namo
glen by Posum Co,, Battle Creek,
Mich.
Dublin, Sept. 15,-Whcn the now
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Earl Dud
ley and his wife, enter tho country
they will bo protected by a strong
gunid. Trouble by the Irish Nation
alists Is anticipated, to prevent which
extra precautions are being taken.
Tho picture hetewith sIiowb tho
Duchess In her peeress lobes.
havo roundups otithlijikind.
The Supreme bfltciTappreciates the
compliment given Thp PathOnder, in
tho publication of tho complete nrtlclo
on-Akion's I'ublle Spirit, contained in
our September Issue; all hc Akion pa
pers' published the 'ify'tlelo without a
change. Al
Mlss"K U Wrtghfnnd Miss A. A.
Hcslop stenographers 'at the. Supremo
OOlcc, 'have,, i-elurned trom' '.their vaca
tlon spenhth y'nrlo.us pSrts; oftbo coun
try. lri-
, , THIS OHKAMnitS,
Nowthnt the heated season 1b piac-
tically past, the councils 'of Akion
CnstlqNo. 1, are Irirgoly attended, nnd
nn liiRi'easo.pf intorest la vei-y mani
fest irt tlio Castle. .
At the last council ta largo number
of names wero voted Won and ne.v
Wednesday o ening Uho ChoalIers
degroe will be oxempllflml. This
work will bo put on with tho full
ritual and tho comploto team of guards
Is requested to turn out on this occa
sion.
The committee on entertnlnment, Is
arranging a oiy flno program for tho
social session on Wednesday eeii'
lug, Sept. 21.
Noblo Chevnller 0. E. Olln has re
turncu fiom his vacation nud at tho
last council occupied his chair. It was
a great pleasure to the inembcis to see
his smiling face onco more In Its cus
tomary place.
At tho next council tho proposed
amendments to tho by-laws will como
up for discussion nnd adoption nnd
those Interested In tho changes will
arrango to bo present.
8HBPHi:RDS OF AMBRIOA.
Sanctuary Summit City will cele
brate Its tlrst anniversary on Thutsday
ovoning, Sept. 25. We expect our Su
premo otllceis to bo with us on that
occasion. All Foresters nnd friends
nro cordially United to meet with us,
mid thereby learn what Shcpherdy
niennf.
K. of P.,
At tho last convention of McPhcrson
lodge tho rank of Esqiilro was con
ferred upon sooml pages In the pres
ence of a laigo and enthusiastic gath
ering of Knights. Tho lodgo was fa
vored by guests from tho other Akiop
lodges and several fiom Burbeiton.
The social splilt among tho Knights is
evidently glowing and during the com.
lug winter thoio is promise of much In
tho.wiiy of soclnl lstntlon among tho
lodges. At the next convention MeFiter.
WjJpjj;&XYjlUcpterw the rank tf
Knight end tho enthusiastic captain
Tl
CANTON,
Sept. 16,17, 18 and
tFair
IIBUIB
GOOD RACES
A Complete Home Exposition , Parade of Live Stock Daily
' Fine Program of Free Entertainments Day and Night
Carter's Colored Tennesseeans in Plantation Songs and Dances
Grotesque Comedy Acrobats, Jugglers, etc.
Fun That You Cannot Forget Band Concerts
AEWl FACILITIES
J.'J.-S'NYDER, President
HC-SS0B
mmwm
of tho team Is determined that this
exemplification of the work shall be tho
best that the lodgo has seen for yeais.
On I'Hday, Sept. 20, tho team for tho
thlid rnnk j ill confer the lank for
Akion lodgo at their Castle hall, South
Main st, and a large attendance of
McPhcrson membeis 1b desired. A
Joint committee of Aetolla nnd Mc
Pheipon lodges has nnanged for a so
cial nffnlr to be hold on Wednesday
evening, Oct. 1. To this aro Incited
all Knights of Pythias of Akron and
their ladies nnd imitations will be
sent by thecommlttec to tho lodges
of Bnrberton nnd Ouynhoga Falls. This
will bo the opening of the social season
In the newly furnished hall and tho
committee is planning to make it n
thoroughly enjoyable affair.
P. II. 0.
Akron circle met Wednesday night
in regulnr session, w 1th n good attend
ance Two new nnmes were balloted
for and two other names pioposed for
membership. After the goneml bus
iness, the Social commltteo invited all
to the banquet halt whcio ice cieam
tuidfca weio served. Brother 'Tu.
hol&ky is working hard for now mem
beis. II. X Mnitln can be found the
last two Saturday jdgMSjOf jpiSeh month
at Brother DnnrorthH book store on
Mill st.
Gained Forty. Pounds In Thirty
.Days, v
Tor Sovcial months our younger
brother had been doubled with indl
gctitlou. Ho tried sovoinl lemcdles
ljut got noN benefit fiom them. We
put chased, sdmo, of Chninbeilaln's
tpraach and I.lvcr Tablets and lib
cpmpieniied thklng them. Inside of
thhty 'drtjs (ho hnd gained foity
poumls In flesh. He is now fully ro
cueied. havo a good dado on
ti Tajilots. Holley Bios, moichauts,
J-ong Binnch, Mo. Ji"or sale by all
diugglsts.
Forly'Hours' Dcvoiion.
(fcppclal Correspondence.)
nBrbertoiv Sept. 15. Foity hours'
doqtlon will be celebinted In St. Au-
gustluo's Catholic qhuicli the flist week
of October Rov. Sheffield will
assisted by five visiting priests.
bo
If
You Could Looki
Into the future nnd tee the condition
to which jour cough, if neglected,
will hr nc i
once and that naturally would be through
you wouia pcck rcuei m
Shiloh's
Consumption
"" io Guaranteed to cure Con-
Vttfl V Asthma, nud nil lung
Trouble. Cures Coughs nnd Coldsin a day.
a cents. Write to 8. C. Wells & Co ,
I Koy, it. Y., for free trial bottle.
Karl's Clover Root Tea purines the Blood
WILCOX TANSY PILLS
ForSOrtMi tlieonly aft and reliable
iualpHciialittnrnrnlllruublrsltelloveii
ulthln lv. At UniEilsf, or by ninll.
I'rln.. nn.
"w.ttTiVi (in.wl rt4
fr trial r "iTan " and
"Tntna Itaok Timo ttt Its Flleht."
SnUrtnsbavktcautT,ro.Tni II
Dftir iuwiiu" " 1
IBOTTLE
linillLjev an
gs
nthandioakesyoal
ana iwi 7DaE.
Fa HI 1"lB8ndflTe cent
itapon.PnpP
HUL Hw ?.
tgro lor, FiiuKrnrr
trial bottle loVll,u
JniLOIlAVCO.,220I-fTttet ,Ntwark,NJT.
iitQncioWi; uoniiia AXikuaaiixb-.
SEPTEMBER 17 anil 18
Grounds Brilliantly Illuminated
I REACHING FABR GROUNDS QUICKLY
J. H.
COPYntCHT
YOR6
8 tL'JWlj
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I pa e:az
Peoplo's Phone, 701. 148 SOUTH MAIN ST., AKRON, O.
Open evenings; 0 to 1 Sundays. Dr. Renkert, Prop.
r
THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS
and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
x
DR. D.U. RUEGSEGGER,
THE DEItTIST
Removed to No, -210 Wnlsh Building.
Office .hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5.30 p.m.
C. T. PARKS.
FUITERAL DIRECTOR.
Porsonnl attention ghen to all calls.
Lady attendant. Ambulance.
Both phones 442. 110 N. High st.
M. FRIEDMAN, 5c-nd 10c STORE,
Wo positively can save you money
on go enrts. 140 S. Howard st
L. D. EWING.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Dealer lu mantles nnd grates, floor
tiling, parquet flooring, grilles siding,
finmcd, mouldings etc.
Peo. phono 052. KO-121 Klrkwood st
J. H. CHASE, Druggist.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, VarnlshcB
and Pnlut Brushes. Best quality at
lowest prlceu. Peo. phono 1000. Bell
Cherry 100. 182-Wooster nve.
JAS. T. FLOWER,
MANTELS AITS, GRATIS
Glazed and Uuglnzed Tiling, Parquet
and Hard-wood Floors.
Both phones 070. 110 S. High st.
G. M. KEMPEL,
Kurnltuio d?nler,,upholsteier nnd mat
tiess manufacturei,, Repairing a spe
cialty. People's phone 723. Bell,
brown 321. 140-1B1 S. Main st
Dr. C. H. Smith. ' Dr. J. 3. Vedder.
SMITH 6 VEDDER.
DEHTISTS
310 Everett Building.
Office hours-S-ll:30 a.m. 1-C80 p.ai.
Poople's phono 800.
S. O. J3ETZ, Shcrbondy, Ohio.
Instruction gven on Piano, Guitar,
and Mandolin.' Child instruction a
spoclalty. Will como to residence.
Terms 50c. Drop card tad I will
call.
G. P- DURANT,
Funeral' Director, Aulbulnnco calls
promptly attended. Peoplo's phone 01.
Office, room 0, Tracy block, Barber
ton. H. CRAMER
H. S. ETJIX
GftKl
MCR1. M
triioiesaip aim ruiuu uuaiuru 111 uuuij
feed, bajed hay, straw, salt, cement:
and all Iclnds of field and garden seeds.
Try our Aqmo stock food'. Both phone
011. 710-718(8. Main st Akron, O.
PLAGE 'YOUJt WANT
O.
19, 1902
LEHMAN, Secretary
You Would
Enjoy
Eating If you would let us fix
your teeth. Our work io all cover
ed by our gunrantee. Wo do pain
less extracting. Free when we
make your new teeth.
Full set of teeth 55. Bridge
work $5. Crowns $3 to 55. Filling
EOc up. You will have to double
cur pilccs to reach .our quality
elsewhere.
DENTISTS
n
JZ
CASH PAID FOR HIDES. ,
W. C. KITTLEBERGER,
Dealer In hlds, leather findings, and
saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Hnrness.
Phone 1320. 348 S. Main st.
H. L. EGGLESTON, fHlMn
Spectacles and eyeglasses. Ucadacho
and ncnoua disturbances cured by,
properly fitted glasses. All btyles at
reasonable prices. No charge for ex
amination. C. U. phone 2372 Cherry.
J. McTAMMANY,
PRACTICAL TAILOR
Special, fnncy and sporting gar.
ments. Rooms 212 and 213 Walsh
block. Maker of men's clothes.
Peo. Phono 1283.
Dutt's Prescription Pharmacy, $$.sc0?aJr
Pure Umulslon of Cod Liver Oil, cou
tains 50 per cent of puio Noiweglaa
Cod Liver Oil. 50c per pint bottle. A I.
most tasteless. Children will take It
Try It Phono C02. ,
GLElTirS TAVERN, T. F. GLENH, Prop.
Hotel and Restaurant. Sample room
lu connnection. Best wines, liquors'
and olgnrs. Both phones: P. 040; B.
3201 Cherry.
124 M. Main st. near Opera House,
GEO. H. PETLBY
111 Kllng st People's phono 1287.
Contractor and brlcU masonry of all
kinds. Repair work a specialty. Esti
mates cheerfully furnished.
All work guaranteed.
Bell phone, Brown 1741.
M. J. BERWICK
All kinds of brick and cement side
walks, chimneys built and lepalred.
Res. 410 S. r'crgo st. Akron. O.
Mystic Carpet Cleaning Works,
POEHLHAfl PrAPVLE, Proprietor!.
Business under management of Mr.
Poenlmnn.
130 Bluff st. nolh telephones 178.
TIID MAN OF THE HOUR Is tha
man with, a method. The successful
man has a method of saving. We pay
3 per cent on snlngs accounts. Ons
dime starts yon.
THE GUARDIAN SAYINGS BANE.
Open Saturday eelllnc!, 0:30 to 8:30.
Mnsonlc Templo building.
COAL gS,ntPcaSf?!f? $3.00 Tori -
Mtsslllon and Mngnolln Coal. Special
prices dnVour winter's coal supply,
V. M. H15RRIOK,
Phonos, 83 Peo,; 880 Bell.
010 D, Mill sf.'
ADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT
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