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SATURDAY, OOT. 18, 1003.
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Eruptions
Dry moist, scaly tetter fell forms
(of eczema or silt rheum, pimples
"and other cutaneous enlpttoris pro.
ceed from humors, either inherited,
or acquired througli dofeclivo di
gestion and itssimilatlom
To treat Uioso eruptions with
drying medicines is dangerous.
, The thing to do is to taho
Hood's Sat-saparilta
and Pilts "
"Which thoroughly cleanse the Wood,
expelling all humors "and building
up the whole system They euro
Hood's bftrftoparlllA pehrifcnently cured J,
ft. Hlnes, Franks, 111., of eczema, from which
he had suffered for some timet and Miss
AMnaWolUr,BoxZ12,Alrona,Wls., of pim
ples on her fiwe and back and chafed skin on
ber body, by which she had been greatly
troubled. There nro more testimonials In
faror of Hood's than can be published.
Hood's Snrsapnrllla promises to
euro and koops tho promise.
Saturday, Oct. 18. Jacobs Stock Co.
STonlght, "Jesse .Yamis." Popular
prlcos, 10, 20, CO cents.
CAUGHT
The
Man
Wanted.
She
Sat On Him and Yelled
"Police."
PERSONAL NOTES.
All next week
6 NIGHTS Mnn Apt OH
5 MATINNES1'110"'' UCI' LKS
The Sawtelle Dramatic Go.
'America's representative repcrtolro
organization. Ohongo of play nightly.
Great Vaudovlllo features. Brum anil
Nina, The Van Cooks, Tho Electric
Panee, I.lttlo Cooklo. Mfltlneo 10 and
fcO cents; evening, 10, 20, CO cents.
i Monday nlgnt, "Tlio Bondman." Be
Dure scats. Matinees every day but
M6nfly.
Girl Captured a Robber After a
Hot Chase.
Chicago, Oct. 18. Miss Mary Cull
pursued n thief almost two blocks
through ciowdcd thoroughfares Fri
day, ovcitook the man, knocked him
down, and sat on lilin till a policeman
unived.
Miss Cull, accompanied by Mrs. Eltz
nbctli I'rlrdloy, was waiting at Van
Union and State sts. for a car. Mrs.
niedloy can led a purse containing $20
and tho thief seized It and ran. Mlsi
Cull dropped her packages and started
In swift pusult, tho thief having taken
the middle of the street between tho
car tracks as his course. Hundreds of
person who saw the chaso stood In
wonder at tho speed exhibited by tho
young woman.
Sho gained on tho robber nt every
Jump, soon overtook him and at onco
began pummelling him. Tho robber
was too weary to fight back and a blow
from the girl's fist sent him to tho
ground. Miss Cull tlicro stood over tho
fellow until a policeman camo along.
HtA - -? S
V
Now fall
patterns of fashlonablo
ifurnlturo havo been pouring Into our
store for the past "Week. Odd bed
toora furniture, unlquo In design, lowi
In price, from one of tho leading
Brand Bnplds factories. Odd pailor
pieces from tho largest manufacturer
"bf upholstered furnlturd In this coun
try. And library and dining room
Ifurnlturo mako up an attractlvo dis
play of the season's offerings. Buffets,
All quartered oAk, $17.50 to $05. China
closets, $16.75 to $55.
MUST STAY
At
Washington For
Two Weeks.
Washington, Oct. 18. A bulletin was
today issued at tho "White House an
nouncing that Picsldcnt Itoosovolt
will not be ublo to attend tho Inau
guration of President Woodiow Wil
son, of Princeton University. It soys
that while ho Is very anxious to at
tend, his physicians say It would bo
unwise for him to leave for at least
Iwo weeks.
Mr. Chas. Sclbcrllng and Mr. B. B.
Andrews linve gone to Michigan on a
hunting trip.
Miss Noru Brown, who underwent
an operatien for appendicitis, Is slow
ly recovering.
Ex-SccroUry of State -William It.
Day, of Cauton, reglstcicd at the
Hotel Buchtel Saturday morning.
Rev. J. B. Little of the A. M. B.
Zlon church will leavo Tuesday to at
tend the conference of this district In
Pittsburg.
Mrs, EL,Viall and daughter, Mrs.
Fred Crisp, left Thursday for iiancs
vlllo, whoro tliey will bo tho guest of
tlio formorjs sister, Mrs. 1'icd Bets.
Tho Bubbor, Workers' union gao a
danco In Tip Top hall Friday c enlng.
It proved a very pleasant niralr. Flvo
hundred tlckcis wore sold for the
danco,
Tho first of tho series of Informal
dancing parties given by tho students
of Buchtel college was held In Crouso
gymnasium Friday evening. About -10
couples attended,
Mr.. Upton Andrcss, Esq., of Hayes
yjlle, 0 Is spending a few days with
friends in this city. He Is a hi other
Of Attorney II, 13. Andrcss, of tho law
firm of Allen, Cobbs & Andrcss.
A oucher party was given at the
McFnrlln lcsldcnco on Fir st., Thurs
day ocnlng in honor of Miss Donald
son, of Minneapolis, who Is a guest
at tho McFarlln home. About .10
guests were present.
A concert, was given In the A. M.
E. Zlon church on South High st. Fri
day ovcnlnjr. It was well attended and
tho selections were appreciated. The
object was to raise funds to pay tho
pastor's salary and Itcv. ,T. 13. Utile
expresses appreciation to the public for
tho amount lecolved.
The Epworth League of the Woodland
M. E. church gave a delightful social
at the Woodland paisonage Frldoy
evening. The following assisted in a
musical program; Mr!. E. S. Under
wood, Mrs. Garell, Mrs. D. S. Bowmin,
Misses Ginco Flebeger and .Tcsslo An
derson and Messrs. Frank rcBsciidcn,
Hobert Clifford and Itobort Patterson.
Refreshments were scned.
Copt. C. M. Smith, of No. 2 engine
house, and Miss Giaee E. Lapp, of U!)
Lods st., weio quietly married Wed
nesday morning at the residence of Dr.
T. E. Monroe. Tho marriage was
somewhat of a surpilco. Tho first
Intimation, which tho fliemcn at No,
2 had that Cape. Smith was a' benedict,
wns a ofi of cigars, sent to them from
Cleveland. Mr, and Mrs. Smith will
bo nt homo to their friends after Nov.
1, nt 1055 East Market st.
TQNSIUNE
Is n perfoot family romody for throat
dlscnsoo Boro TUrofttj-tforo Month nnd
Quinsy quickly ylold to Its virtue. Ills
not slow end tedious In Its
bntplvos almost Instant roller. Tonslllnn
Is entirely harmless. It stands nlonons
a rcmarkablo and modern euro for
SOME THROAT
and all similar troubles,
29 AND O0O AT ALL DRUaQIOTO,
tub TorttiLinn oo, caktohi o.
PRINTERS
Got the Code Saturday
Afternoon, y .
(Special Correspondence'.)
Columbus, O., Oct. 18. Half of tho
codo Is to go to tho printers' today.
Some members of tho committee nrc
remaining over Sunday to read proof.
Public printing is made mandatory
in German papers having over 1,000
circulation.
AimiUrt 0. JOHNSON.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's
slgnaturo Is on each box. 25c.
HATCHET
Used-by Mrs. DuKer
Hef Husband Declared In Police
Court.
Not only has tho married life of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Duker, white
and colored, tcspectlvcly, been full of
lumps and bad places, but tho condi
tion has often i cached a stage where
Mrs. Duker has been Impelled to pet
the law after 'her nusunnu. xwnga
reached an especially stormy stage
Friday night at the hovel on Canal
st, where the two have been living.
When thp smoke had cleared away
ono side of Mrs. Dukcr's face WAS
bleeding nnd badly swollen, and -her
llego's left ear was cut. Duker was
arrested charged with assault and bat
tery. In Poilco'court Mrs. Duker testified
that they had had much trouble.
Duker claimed that the woman had
attacked him with a hatchet.
The Mayor told Duker to "shut up,"
when ho attempted to explain, nnd
Imposed a sentence of $25 and costs.
lj " i
KNOWS ALL ABOUT IT
New Auditor Is Well Equipped
For His Duties.
Auditor-elect Mark D, Buckman,
who will take the oath of office Mon
day, lias served nine years na Deputy
Auditor. His first servico was under
Auditor Dick, for three yeais. The
next Auditor was Mr. John Grethor,
and during Ills term, Mr. Buckman
sened ns clerk of tho School Boaid
Ho has been Deputy Auditor under
Auditor SIslor for six years.
(irove't Black Root Liver Plll..
Maile from nn nctlvo prlnolplo obtalnot
from Illiick Knot. T&ejr net on the live,
equal to ciiloinol mid H'nre no nnd nltei
ullectH. No griping, no sick stomach. Will
cure chroulo constipation, l'rlco .'S ceuts.
BW&
This signature Is on ovory box of the genulno
Laxative Broroo-QuinincrnMcu
yT'Ztt&flho remedy that cures n cold In ono day.
JHE
CO.
J , x Everything for tho Ilome,
125-127 S. Howard St.
IvDChe Store that Saves You Money.
CASH OB OltHDIT.
H
Dfi MARTHA DENSON-SILBER
TDLie&jes of Women
r..K.-: . . .and Children
ATOCB HOURS- ty 12 M 2 to S P.M.,
V to I XYSnlpls
Office mndRMlflsncs-e'18 3. Main St.
rtopie'i rone 7.
"" $. $- -6Q$t .-. ,. 4 -'-i.t $ 4ifQ&
We
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
nVAHTED Moo or women to rcpro-
I sent largo resporlblo firm $2.50 n
' Bay and expensrfs guaranteed. Porma.
f, iaont position uml promotion to tho
tight people. Apply to E. E. Oraw-
ord, .103 l3vorolt building, lcn-100
FOB RENT 7 loom liousa; gn and
furnace. 0. II, It H. E, Jones.
Fbono 452.
155
S
FASTED FIVE WEEKS
i
carry
such m
mensely large stocks
vlootos
Furniture
Ru
Carpets, Draperies,
gS fltyu papcr etc
As oannob bo oxcoodod by any city
within ii radius of sovoral hundred
milos, and at lower prices.
&
.. 4 . .. $ .. . , . ... ,..,. , 4.,. ,. .. 4 .. ....... ..
SOME
Cheaper Than Diamonds An
thracite Price In New York.
New York, Oct. 10. Tho retail cdal
dealers liuvc adopted a new schedule
of prices to go Into effect Monday. An
thracite will sell for $15 a ton, and;
boft coal for ?0.50. A week later riiw
thrnclte will bo reduced to $12 a ton.
OFFICERS
Chosen by W. F. A. Socizty of
Main St. M. E. Church.
Tho Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of tho Main st. M. E. church
hold its annual election of offlcers Fri
day afternoon, electing: President,
Mrs. E. Conn; first vlco president,
Mrs. E, T. Mohr; second vlco presi
dent, Mrs. S. W. Pike j third vice pres
ident, Mrs. Jane Morris; recording
secretary, Mrs. Frank Myers; treas
urer, Mrs. W. O. Lomastcrs; corre
sponding secretary, Miss Electa
Bcechcr,
EXPLORER BALDWIN
Will
LAST LINKS
Miss Almeda Mpst, 2.13 North Main
st lcporled to tho pollco Friday af
ternoon, that 11 g'old watch had been
stolen from her residence during tho
day. '
Mr, and Mrs. Itobort Bell, of Youngs
town, vtero called to Akron today by
tho serious- 1 lllness.ot tho latter's sis
ter, .Mrs. Louis AV. Harris, East Ex
change st.
Head Democrat liners.
Not Again Be Sent North
by Zeigler.
Now York, Oct 18. Wm. Seigler,
backer of 'the expedition which went
in search of the North Pole, headed by
Evelyn B. Baldwin, nnnounccd yester
day that as a result of conferences hS
has had with tho members of tho expe
dition who have recently ic(urned
here, he has severed all business rela
tions with Mr. Baldwin. Mr. Zelgler
has added that he had not by any
means given up his Idea of reaching
tho polo nnd that he would surely
send out another expedition, but Mr.
Baldwin would not be connected with
It In nny way.
WHOLE TRIBE
Of
People Were Related
"Uncle John."
to
AVhltesburg, Ky., Oct. 18. Uncle
John Henry Wilson, aged 102, the old
est war veteran In Virginia, for 25
years an Invalid and for 30 ye,ars a
pensioner of tho government, died
Thursday night at his historic old
home, built over 70 years ago, at Fln
noy's Siding, Vn., cast of bere. Uncle
John had 10 living children, four dead,
and nu ocn ono thousand descendants.
wEra you
Eat
Dyspepsia Cure
People unco thought that ttia only way to euro indigestion was to
of treating tills complaint. It contains all tho natural digestive fluids
stop eating. Tlio trouble- with such treatment is, that tu stop oatlng is
to stop living. Kodoi, Dyspepsia Curb has changed tho wholemcthod
and dlgosts nil you eat without aid from tho stomach, so you can cut ull
tho Rood food you want and bo cured of vour trouble at tho eamo tlma.
"I havobeon troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia for several year?
M.
O'NEIL
Ml
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a
W.
and often sat dawn to cat but had to give- it up after eating only tuo
bites. I used two bottles of Kodol Dybpefsia Cuhb and am alright
to-day. Can now eatany thing I want, W.L. Easton, Audubon, Iowa."
If eant help but do you good
Prepared by RO.noWltt& Co., Cl'cuiio. Tho 81. bottlo contains !K times tlm&OcsUa.
When you salTcr from biliousness or constipation, use the famous llttlollvci
pills known as DsWltt's Little EARLY RISERS. Thoynovcr gripe.
An Original Canadian Cure
Stomach Ache.
For
i- ! I . .. I !l . II I
Hamilton, 0 Oct. 18- Wm. 0. Bha.
ifr, 11 bookkeeper of this city, has Just
merged from a Mi 0 weeks fast, volun
tarily taken to relievo hluihelt of a so
,Yere stomach trouhlo. During lils
ifaflt ho partook of no nutriment in tho
nhapo of solid or liquid food whatever.
'All he permitted whs a llttlo water to
keep moisture in his mouth. Shafer
claims thnt ho is completely cuied and
.will resumo work Monday.
ATE VEGETABLE
AND DRANK TEA
u Kenyon college football team had
lunch at tho Union depot Saturday,
tome -were 18 in the party. The team'
wm es 'routo to Gloveluml to play
Caw. The repast, ordered In nd
vauce. consisted of vegetable boup and
I
HA VE YOU
decided
to
a
look at some
view to buying
Pianos, with
? Then look
THE A. B.
PIANOS
',&
tea.
Dirt Infirmary.
BMAtaUinder, colored, rilnrf
Jatwiiay iwriSSSM tho hospital, of
h JM,!MIJfliKeK n Akron.
Bywiurmi m aien.
!
:iWa
J&nfternQon
They are owned by thousands of satisfied customers.
BECAUSE they are sold on their merit. Beautiful, rich
sweet tone, .perfect action, durably made and finely
finished.
Come In this evening or some day next week sure.
B. F. HARBAUGH
161 S. Main St., Walsh Block
M In
at I
CHASE I
wmwM I
SOLDIERING
wy.
THE
BALDWIN PIANO
THE STANDARD
OF THE WORLD
T
,HE Baldwin piano has recently been paid a
oomplimont of the highest character,- whioh
is all the more valuable as no amount of
money could have secured it.
In tho supplementary edition of tho "Encyclo
paedia Britahnica," which consists of some eleven
volumes, and which, with the twenty-five already
issued, form the tenth edition of this great ana
memorable work, under the article devoted to
furniture, one of the artistic Baldwin pianos, ex
hibited by the Baldwin Oo. at the Paris Exposi
tion, is taken to illustrate the great advance in
taste and culture. This selection of the Baldwin
pianolas the representative, not alone of Ameri
can art manufactures, but of the art manufactures
of tho world, is recognition of the artistic lines on
which the Baldwin house is working. This is
, significant, especially, as no amount of influence
or money could have secured such a recognition
in the work of the character and standing of this
encyclopaedia. Not alone does the Baldwin piano
appear in tho work itself, but it has been selected
as one of the typical illustrations in the very ex
tensive and highly artistic circular gotten out to
advertise tho encyclopaedia, which circular con
sists of several hundred pages, beautifully illus
trated with colored and other plates.
I Tho Music Trades, N. Y.
I October 4, 1002.
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t. H. MARTIN, Sole Agent
205-209 South Howard street, Akron, Ohio
MIKE,
Only Binder Remaining
In Akron,
"The last of the Binders," so far as
(Akron is concerned, was probably In
Police court Saturday morning, ails
other name is Mike, and tho charge
against him Is burglary. Tlio lad is
but 17 years old, nod Is suspected ot
having had a part in a number of
burglaries here, Including the job at
Frnin & Mrfnbeck's grocery and nt tho
Uulon cafe. His parents havo moved
tp Xoungstown, and his two brothers
were sent there to join them by tho po
lice. The case was called Saturday morn
lpg nnd then continued until Officer
Doerler and other witnesses can bo
obtained.
Illinois
Militia Will
Joke.
Be No
COMPARE
President Roosevelt .With Wash
ington and Lincoln.
London, Oct. 18. Tho Spectator, dis
cussing tho settlement of the anthra
cite strike in America, compares Presi
dent noosovelt to Washington and
t4ncolu. Tho papor says:
'The (American people are clearly
going to trust Itoosevolt as they trusted
Washington ana Lincoln, ana tneir
trust will not bo misplaced."
A Source of Pleasure
The Art Booms on College st. ore filled with exclusive pieces that delight
all lookers. You can not know what I keep unless you come and. see. Beau
tiful things for flue gifts. , ,
The Coming Week Dibs Bros., of Boston,
Will show Oriental Rugs.
120S.
College st.
A. T. KINGSBURY,
Opportunity Extraordinary
s. DIBS & BROS
Personal collection of Oriental Bugs, are making their second visit
to Akron, and have brought a wonderful collection for tasteful
buyers. JProbably the most carefully selected stock ever shown
to our people. Come at once while assortment is large. Tho Rugs
aro shown at
A. T. Kingsburg's Art Rooms,
120 s. -
College street
HORSE THIEF.
It's
Believed He
Caught.
Has Been
East St. Louts, III., Oct. IS.-rBy n
unanimous voto tho Illinois State
Federation of Labor in session here,
urged Its 100,000 men to refuse sup
port to tho State mllltin and, If now
In tho service, to withdraw Immedi
ately. Not n volco was raised In pro
tost of the resolution and not a, word
of praise was heard, for tho National
Guard. It was branded ns a "foo tp
organized labor," "a tool of tlio capi
talist," and "menace to liberty."
It Is believed tho man who stole
tho horso nnd buggy from Henry
Duryoa, of Bath, Is now in Jail at
Chllllcothe, 0. Ho was arrested as
a result of circulars sent out, describ
ing tho property. Dctcctlvo Burllson
and Mr. Duryea will go to Chllllcothe
to Identify tho property.
flPJHdkxJk
MORE MONEY
Demanded
An $85,000 Mansion.
Middletown, N. Y Oct. 18-E. H.
Harrinmn, the railroad magnate, is to
erect on Mount Orama, near Arden, a
stone mansion of elaborate "design to
cost $85,000. Tho slto has an eleva
tion of 1,420 feet and furnishes u mag
nificent view of tho smroundlng
country.
by Chicago Freight
Handlers.
Chicago, Oct. 18, About COO freight
handlers, shippers, packers and truck
ers employed in a number of tho larg
est wholesale grocery houses In. the
City went on strike this morning. T.hey
will bo Joined by 2,500 more if 0 gen
eral demand for a uniform wage
scale of ?2 a day Is refused, ,
BIRTHS.
Rend fiopocrat Huergj
I
BAKEB-To Mr. and Mrs. M. n. Ba.
Iter-, 57Q West Market St., Saturday,
Oct, 11, a daughter.
nINIIOLD-To Mr. and Mrs, 0.
Bolnhold, 103 Charles St., Saturday,
Oct. 11, twin daughters.
n0WE To Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Bowe, 217 Cherry St., Satutday, Oct
11, a. son. '
LQWK To Mr, and Mrs.. Charles
Lowe. 121 Qb-arles st, Oct. IB, a eoaJ
AT WHICH THE
DOCTORS DO
MOST MARVEL!
The absolute certainty with which diseases such as Nervous Debility,
Paralysis, diseases of the Skin and Blood, Catarrh, Asthma, Dyspa
sia, Rheumatism, Rectal Diseases, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Diseases
of Women, and all affections of. the Lungs and Thr6at, Heart. Liver.
Kidneys, Bladder, Stomacn, Bowels and other Organs, Yield to
the New Scientific Methods.
SOME REASONS WHY everyone moy place Implicit confidence in and
feel safe In consulting DB. SPINNEY" CO.
BECAUSE bo has an established practice in this city; he has a. record
of over twenty-fivo years of unquestioned and phenomenal success in the
practice of medicine.
BECAUSE his work is professional, clean, honest, jrespectable, skillful
and successful. He bns earned for himself n professional and business
reputation whlcli ho could not afford to compromise by treating any one
unfairly or by failure to fulfill all promises.
BECAUSE all patients are honestly and conscientiously advised re
garding their cade from tho start. His work and methods ore honorable,
scientific and absolutely freo from deception. .,
NO MISTAKES g? NO FAILURES I
HOME TREATMENT BY MAIL. Tho system of treating patients who
llvo at a distance has been so perfected that the saniq completo and
permanent cures are obtained in all cases undertaken ns In tho office
practice. F6r camluaton (free) by mall, wrlto .for question blank-
Write If you cannot call. All correspondence lp. plain envelopes, con
fidential. Charges far treatment low and medicines furnished. ,
HONORABLE AND SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT.
If you want careful personal attention, through sqlentlfic treatment,
tho greatest skill as the result of many years' experience and large special
practice In nil nervous, chronic, skin and blood diseases, If you want a
perfect llfo aire, at jeasonablo cost, consult
DR. SPINNEY & CO
HQtrs-0 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 0 a.m. to 12 m.
MASONIP TpMLB. CORNER J - - g
HOWARD AND MILL'STS. 4PiVt-n,
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