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TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 1002,
Akron daily democrat 3 K ES. (SsG.'aDutoh Java J,Uond is positively tho bosfc coflbo for tho prico obtainable A chock worth 8o with oaoh pound or 2 lbs. for 25o nob. SCHUMACHER & GAMMETER, 104 Sbuth Howard nt r Clilna & Japan Tea Store. Both Phones. HGRAND Popular Attractions at Popular Prices Prices always tho same. Matl noes 10 nnd 20c. Nights 10, 20, 30 nnd 50c. Oot. 20, 21, 22. Matlneo dally. Tho favorite domantlc actor, MR. HOWARD HALL Accompanied by tho beautiful MISS NINA MORRIS, nnd magnificent company In tho spectacular Parisian romantic melodrama, THE MAN WHO DARED SEE absolutely the most ter rific sensation over Introduced In any play when Mr. Hall enters a den of live lions. Thursday, iFrlday nnd Saturday, Oct 23, 24 nhd 25- Elmer Walters9 Tremendous Success A forever favorite The pjay, company, and scenery guaranteed to please every theatre-goer partial to sensational comedy drama. This coupon and 10c will admit Lady to best seat, Thursday matinee, Oct. 23. MORNING MEALS. Mot like thjs, but nice looking, clean- ily dressed ladles will servo your breakfast at the Model Bakery. Wo are making a special cffoit to please the people with a nice breakfast for 25c S. B. LAFFERTY. Htttttt-KWttKtf Buy j Stocks When you can got them nt bar- ! gain prices, don't wait till tho !p big operators wnnt to sell out 31 and buy them, but get In step with them and sell when they are selling. We would bo x pleased to executo your orders and guarantee you tho best ser- JE vice. Private wires to all lend- jg ing exchanges nnd nil the lntest jp gossip. J. L. Gardner & Company 330 and 332 Hamilton Bldg Bell phone, main, 745. X w---- If Yojj Buy Java and Mocha Coffees you pay a big price, but may get South American Coffees. South American Coffees Challenge the world, but their price is in reach of ev erybody. Try them and you will like them. Geo.HaasCo. 127 N. Howard st. TELEPHONE 478. "AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT Of the adventures of the first Ohio settlers." N. Y. World says of "Days U St. CUUr. , SHIFTED To Shoulders of the Board. Council Through With Grant St. Matter. Seems To Be Sorry That It Spoke. After stirring up a big rumpus, the City Council has washed Its hands of the Grant st. paving scandal nnd Shifted tho whole weight of responsi bility onto the Bonrd of City Commis sioners. A largo number of Grant st. citizens wore at tho Council meeting Monday evening, and they wero told by both tho Cbuncllmcn and City Sollcitorvthat Council can do nothing for them. "Tho Council, as has been explained over since tho Commissioner law has been in force, Is uiaroly u legislative body," said Solicitor Ksgate. "It can do little inoro than approve acts of tho Boaid or ninUo requests to the Commissioners, after passing legisla tion .authorizing tho Boaid to make Improvements." "But If wc don't get wfoat we're pay ing for, have wo no recourse from acts of tho Board?" asked n Grant Bt. citi zen "You can go Into the comts," said the Solicitor. "If tho Board accepts the improvement made by the contrac tor, he must be paid. Council may hold up estimates for awhile, but It can be mandamused into ordering them paid, unless the courts, for sonic good reason, holds otherwise. Your only recourse from acts of the Boaid Is the courts." "But, if it is shown that the work has not been done right, can we be forced to pay for It?" asked a propetty owner. "In that case, the city can assess you for the amount that you havo been benefited. If you are not benefited to the full amount of the specifications In the contract, you con be abSessed In pait." Councilman Sawyer explained to tho citizens that Council could' do ,pne thing for them. "If you have spoken to the Commissioners about this mat tor, and they havp neglected to heed your requests. Council has the power to oust tho'Boaid." A number of tho property owncis claimed that they had gpokento mem bers of tho Board nearly two months ago, pointing out to them that the terms of tho contract were not being lived up to. Commissioner Houser denied that any one had spoken to him, relathe to tho slag, over which tho conttw orsy nrose. Ho said that some objections had been made to tho changing of the kind of brick designated In tho con tract, fori use on the hill, but ho sold he was willing to stand by the posi tion he took then that staudard-size brick Is better than block for use on tho hill. Councilman Sawyer asked all who Aoie In favor of ousting the Board to stnnd up. Only two arose. "All who are In favor of allowing tho Board to remain In ofllco rise," continued Mr. Sawyer. No one got tip. This proceeding caused a great deal of laughter. Mr. Gauthler said that he thought the people on Grant st. were getting Why Akron People Should Follow This Valuable Advice. Becauso the proof Is In Akron. You can thus Investigate the claims When Investigated they will prove satisfactory. It demonstrates that theory gives way before facts. " Mr. O. E. Boles of BOS South Water st., pioduce dealer, says: "In the spring of, 1800 I allowed my experi ence with and opinion of Doan's Kid ney rills to bo published In our Akion papers. I pioeured a supply at the tlmo at Lnmparter & Co.'s drug store, took a course of the treatment and It cured mo of torrlblo aching In tho kid neys, in tho small of my back, in tho muscles of tho shoulder blades and In the limbs. During the two years and a half which hayo gone by I eun con scientiously suy therp have been no io currences of my old trouble. Iu place of my contldonce In Doan's Kidney Pills lessening It Is stronger; not only from my personul oxperlcnco but from the experiences of many others in Ak ron which haye coina to my notice." For sale by all dealers, Prlco 50c. Foster-Mllbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho U. S. Remember the nnnc Doan' and take no other . , 1 I John L. Sulliveui Draoik Seltzer and Ginger Ale In Celebration of His Birthday m n n n m mm it m fKaaiELjajJLi. n r MiwwrJ ! 1 . ' ' -.". inl New York, Oct. 21. An "event in the sporting world" was that of the llvan celebrated his 44th bhthday bydrl'nk ng seltzer water and ginger ale. Sullivan, "and most of It wont on alcoljol. No more for me." a pretty good Job, after all, and that ho thought the whole difficulty lay n tho ticatmeut they recehed at the hands of the contractor and the Board, "The property owners bae been or dned around, ns If they were dogs," he said, "and they, won't stand for t. They are paying for the 'no k, and hav n light to be hcatd. Tieat them llko gentlemen and thcie'H bo no trouble." These rcmaiks wero vigorously ap plauded by tho people In the lobby. Mr. Snodk read the repoit of the second committee on Iincstigatlop. Ho stated that 13 holes had been dug, In the slag base laid on the street and that they had found tho sl.ig to vary In depth fioni two to eight Inches. Nothing was done with tho report. It was decided by Council to shift tlo w hole matter onto the shouldeis of the Bond. The Commissioners must sqti tie with the property owners. Mr. Chas. Poole, of Giant st., refer, red to tho $2,000 rebate claimed by the citizens of this sticet. When the stieet was graded 14 jeais ago, they claim that there was a surplus of .$2,000, and that they havo never heard of it since. This matter has been brought up a number of times, but the officials have been nimble to find tho money. "A BEAUTIFUL ROMANCE Sprinkled with humor and pathos a book of historical significance tq Ohloans" "Days of St. Clair." From Philadelphia "North American." ' CONFUSION As to Correct Grade For. Sidewalks. Council Will Probably Hire City Engineer. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Oct. 21. It is beginning to dawn upon the Council in n most con vincing manner that there Is great need of a city engineer In Barberton. En glneeilng work bos been done in the past by various civil engineers, who haio been hhed by the city to do spe cial Jobs. Tho matter of having Urn ferent engineers has created some con fusion nnd this Is especially noticeable on the sidewalks. On Balid inenue, for lnstnnco, a grndo was established by Mr. Alcorn, and one by Mr. Paul mid there seampd to be some doubt ns to which was tjip correct grade. A icsolutlon was finally adopted after much discussion to put the sidewalks at the grade estallshed by tho ordinance. J.eo Beatty, a chll engineer from Van Wert, was Invited to meet yjfh tho Council Monday night. It Is s.ad that ha Is au experienced engineer 94, If terms can bo agreed upon he may be hlred-jis city engineer. The salary of the' office will be about 51,500 per ycqr. r . NECyKEN. Insarte Man Leaped From a Third Story Window. Lisbon, 0 Oct. 21. John Itunyon, an Insane Inmate of the Columbiana county Inflrmaiy, was Instantly killed by Jumping from a third story window, the fall breaking his neck. He fixed his bpd to appear as though occupied ALL BUN DOWN. In Every Day Story, No Appetite, No Ambition, Constant Headaches, No Rest, No Sleep, Listless, Lan- . guld, All Played Out ao Akron Citizen Gives the Cure. Mrs. Smith TIbbs, of No. 248-Market St., Akron, 0., says: v"As a general nil aroupd, and nerve tonic, I like Dr. A. W. Chase's Nervo Pills. I was far from feeling well, was" weak, dull, list less, nervous ond generally dcpicsscd at the time and needed a good tonic. The medicine,, however, gne the re sults Resiled, viz. a return to health energy, btenalncss of ncnos and gen eral vigor. Th's I think, proves the value of tho medicine." Dr, A. W. Olnse's None Pills are sold at 00c a box at dealers or Dr. A, W, Chase Medlclno Co, .Buffalo, N. T. See that poi trait and signature of A. W. Chase, M. D.( are on every package. Wish U$ Jaw omyv .oj- mw If You is w jpJ Ti5Tf jopytioiiT, Erttra Im mMMHi&iM 500 cYiovfc Qwavfcy mm, ov $2 per clopv, . o aa i 3f &. Now fcfr., &. V Hob Jy People's Pn,one 1106 Goods PellTered night of October 17, when John L. Sul "I was worth a million onco," said when the watch made his last round, hid In nn adjoining room, threw out a mattress to alight upon and made the Jump, a distance of 25 feet. Bun yon was GO years old and was sent hero from Wellsvllle eight years ago. NEW BUILDING Relieves Congestion In Barber ton Schools. (Special Correspondence.) Baibcrton, Oct. 21 The West Bar berton school was opened Monday with an attendance of about 100 pupils. The teachers are tho Misses Abble Mc Laughlin, Mary Sager and Pearl Lynn. The opening of the West Barberton school relieves the congestion at tho Balrd ave. school, where It was neces sary to divide the school Into' two sec tions, one section attending school In tho morning, and the other In the after noon. All the pupIs will now get the benefit of whole day sessions. Mnrquls, piano tuner, at Empire. n n " ISO HARM.... to wash fine clothes with Electric Grip Soap It just dissolves tho dirt, not the colors. to be Healthy and happy drjnk good beer, such as the yellow brand, known for ts pur ity, palatablllty and general excellence. Some beers tnste good, but aie not good; some beers are good but don't tnste good. Rennet's beer tastes good and Is good yet our price Is no( great ly in excess of inferior makes. Have jou tasted and tested Renner's beer? THE GEO. J. RENNER BREWING COMPANY Akron, O. (jv per or cifo IW&sR &ma. o. r 'Ni'Vi i lit WD NOT KNOW SHE HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It. ' Gertrude Warner Scott Cured by the Great Kidny Remedy, Swamp-Root DIl. KILMER & CO.. BInghamten, N. GENTLEMEN: My troublo bega so severe that It seemed as If knives of the best physicians In the county, a suspected that the cause of my troubl mo that I had cancer of the stomach, could not walk any more than n chile pounds. One day my brother saw in a Itoot, the great kidney remedy. Ho bo I took it. My family could see a chang more and I continued the use of 8. warn run down that It took considerable tim thanks to Swamp-Root, and weigh 143 husband and brother. 8wamp-Root cu do me a particle of good. (Gertrude Wnrncr 8ott.) fe Women suffer untold misery because the nature of their disease. Is not correctly understood; in many cases when doctoring, they are led to'belleve that womb troubje or female weakness of some sort is responsible for their Ills, when In fact disordered kidneys a re the chief cause of their distressing troubles. The mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney and blad der remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. A trial will convince anyone and you may-have n sample'bottle sent free, by mall. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free by Met.il. Editorial Note If you have the sli ghtest symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble, or if there Is a trace of It In y our family history, send at once to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., who will gladly send you by mall, imme diately, without cot to you, a sample b ottle of Swamp-Root, and a book tell ing all about Swamp-Root and contalnl ng many of the thousands upon thou sands of testimonial letters received fr om men and women cured. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y ., be sure to say that you read this generous offer In the Akron Dally TJe mocrat. If you are already convinced that S warap-Root Is what you need, you can" purchase tberegulur 50-cent and $1 siz where. Don't make any mistake, but r Kilmer's Swamp-Root, nnd the addres T r THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY X DR. D.U. RUEGSEGGER, THE DEirriST Removed to No. 210 Walsh Building. Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5:80 p.m. C. T. PARKS. nnreRAL director. Personal attention given to all calls. Lady attendant Ambulance. Both phones 442. 110 N. High st L. D. EWING. C0BTRACT0R AITO JJUttDER Dealer in mantles and grates, floor tiling, parquet flooring, grilles siding, framed, mouldings etc. Peo. phono C52. 110-121 Klrkwood st J. H. CHASE, Druggist. Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes and Paint Brushes. Eest quality at lowest prices. Peo. phone 1000. Bell Cherr 100. 182 Wooster ave. J AS. T. FLOWER, MAirrZLS AND GRATES Glazed nnd Uniclazed Tiling, Parquet and Hard-wood Floors. Both phones 67C. 110 S. High st G. M. KEM PEL. Furniture dealer, upholsterer and mat tress manufacturer. Repairing a spe cialty. Pecples phoqe 78. Bell brown 324. 140-151 S. Main st Dr. O. E. Smith. Dr. J. B, Vedder. SMITH 6 VEDDER. DENTISTS 316 Everett Building. Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5 30 p.m. People's phone 806. G. F- DURANT, Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls promptly attended. People's phono'01. Office, room 5, Tracy block, Barber ton. H, CRAMER H. S. HULL ORAMER & HUI.U, Wholesale and retull dealers in flour, feed, baled hay, straw, salt cement nnd all kinds of field and garden seeds. Try our Acmo stock food. Both phones 611. 716-718 S. Main st Akron, 0. GEO. H. PETIET 111 KUng st. People'a phono 1287. Contractor and brick masonry of nil kinds Repair work a specialty. Esti mates cheerfully furnished. PLACE YOUR WANT j. t ' WInton, Iowa, July 15, 1901. n with pain in my stomach and back, were cutting me. I was treated by two nd consulted another. None of them e was kidney disease. They all told and would die. I grew so Weak that I . a month old, and I only weighed 00 paper your advertisement of Swamp ught me a bottle at our dug store and e In me, for the better, so they obtained p Root regularly. I was so weak and e to build me up again. I am now well, pounds, and am keeping house for ftJy red me after the doctors had failed to e bottles at the drug stores every emember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. s, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. J CASH PAID FOR HIDES. W. C. KITTLEBERGER. Dealer In hlds, leather findings, and saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Harness. Phone 1320. 348 S. Mala st H. L EGGIFSTflH optical speeiiut n. Li tOOLCOlun, ius.MinSt.. MTloor Spectacles and eyeglasses. Headache and nervous disturbances cured by properly fitted glasses. All styles at reasonable prices. No charge for ex amination. O. U. phono 237S Cherry. J. McTAMMANY. PRACTICAL TAILOR Special, fancy and sporting gar ments. Rooms 212 and.213 Walsh block. Maker of men's clothes ' Peo. Phone 1283. Duffs Prescription Pharmacy, SSL'eJSc, Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con tains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. 50c per pint bottle. Al most tasteless. Children will take it Try It. Phono C02. GLEHlt'S TAVERB, T. F. GUHH, Prop. Hotel and Restaurant Sample room In connnectlon. Best wines, liquors and cigars. Both phones: P. 946; B. 3201 Cherry. 124 N. Main st. near Opera House. Mystic Carpet Cleaning Worjcs, P0EELMAH U PFATFLE, Prosrjetors. Business under management 'of Mr, Poehlman. ISO Bluff ct Roth telephones 178. Co;xl Best Cambridge Lump Coal Mtsslllon end Magnolia Coal. Special prices on your winter's coal supply,. V. M. HERRICK, Phones, 83 Teo.; 380 Bell. 010 E. Mil! st PACKING AND STORING We pack and store furniture. Kratz Furniture Store. 140 S. Howard s,t Phono C42. dly tf Put not your trust in money, but put your money in trust. Bo protect ed. Pieparo for a rainy day by de positing your savings In THE GUARDIAN SATTKGS WE. Masonic Temple building. 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