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TYpKEHtAY, OCT. 30, 1003.
AKP ON DAUi Y v DEMOCRAT . ARAND taw 0 LINCOLN J. The Eclipse of the Moon. The Exciting Uorse Race. I The Attack on Old Fort Reno. The Flaming: Arrow. The Wonderful Horses Wongy and Buckskin; The Council Fire and Ghost Dance. Presents' ho "world's dnly Indian actress, Go-Won Go Mohawk In a picturesque Western play. Thursday) Friday POPULAR PLAYS POPULAR PRICES and Saturday The Oct. 3Q,, 31, Nov. 1 TWO SHOWS DAILY, PRICES ALWAYS the SAME NtATINEES 10-20c---RIGHTS 10-20-30-50c L H, m m I taam n m . FUMING ARROW jnnnaHHBH I 1 1 UT IM.CrKTlIMCIJ' B fiM jtfr f i9H mnl ttr" This coupon and 10c will admit lady to best seat Thursday mat., Oct. 30. 40 s 40 Genuine Indian Brass Band.... . e M IDont omit that big special ton S. & G.'s Dutoh Java Blend-at 3 lbs. for 23c net. Don't boil and oook it in miking, just steep it. We1 cook cbffeovwhen. we roost it. (OHJpMAOHBR.A GAMMETER, I l4 Sotfth Howard's. ' 'Qbina & Japan, .Tea Stpwi H- ,BoUi Phones. MUCH For Theatre-Goers to See. '-f HE Popular Attractions no ANn ' pPB,ar ?rlDes Ufinrali daily MATINEES.. PRICES ALWATS THE SAME. Mat. -10-20c-Evg. 10-2 0-3 0-50 c Monday, Tuesday .and Wed nesday, Oct, 27, 28' 20- Uncle Josh Spruceby 20 PEOPLE. "Haysee'd" Band. WatclfJfor the big parade. !'', f SENIORS Will Compete For Ashton Prize -'vaFBuchtel:J TncAshtoni prlio i speaking ''contest for the seniors of Buchtel college will 'be bcld on Nov. 7, In Orouso gym nasium. fThe prizes are $40 and, $20, The contestants are: Miss MvAmy Mote, Miss 'Ada Starkweather, Harry Rowell and Ross White. " "Uncle Josh Spruceby" Again Tonight. i k , Irene Myers Is Supported by a Good Company. Irene Myers and her stock, company gave "The Stowaway" at the Colonial to a good house Tuesday evening. It was a play that was flljed with thrill. ing scenes and they were well carried out. A rich young mnn turned away from home, a villainous nephew, an old English servant and a newsle, who come In at critical moments and save the day for right, make up the play. Irene Myers as Chuckey Connors was the star of the play and played her part In a 'clever manner. Chas.P. "Ward as om Ingliss, the cast-off young man, was very strong. The antics of John Roblsh, as Dickey Dials, the Eng lish servant, were amusing, T;ho rest of the, -company 1b strong, stronger than the average, rcpcrtollrc company. The specialties arc clever. The com pany will bo at the Colonial the rest of the week with matinees today and Saturday. "Through tho breakers" will be given this evening. ' -T "Uncle Josh Spruceby"' drew1 another large audience at the Grand last night, and gave abundnt satisfaction. The engagement closes this evening. Thursday, Nov. 0, to the Colonial thea tre, direct from its sis months' run In Now York, presented by 30 enter fnlncrs combined by t William" A. Brady for tho merriest innil most fas cinating 'composlto of fun and melody on the stage. Every little one old enough to prattle, Jdollzcs J'Foiy Grandpa," who Is ahVayfl getting tho better of his roguish grandsons, seek ing to make him tho victim of their practical jokes. And their elders find plonty In his adventure to make theijj forget tiio seamy side of life. Mirth, music, specialties, gay costumes, pret ty girls and gorgeous scenery aio all combined In this seasonable diversion, "The Pildcof Jennlco," well known to the stage as tho great success of James K. Hackett, fno seasons ago, will bo given at the Colonial theatre next Monday night, and a ery fine production and company1 are promised. Love and pride, havofiom time lui- memorial formed a theme for poet, dramatist and novelist, and no matter what changes nrc rung upon these old tlniQ cniotlons, they never fall to form a combination .which Is. Irreslstablo In Its powor of awakening new Interest. It Is this theme which Agnes" and 'Egerton Castle ised In their "ovel, "The I'rlile of Jennlco" and which formed the c)ilef Incidents upon which tho play waa founded. Seats1 'will 'bo 'on sale beginning Friday. Efflo Easier leads the qompany that wllj present "When Knighthood Was In Flower," to be presented at the Colonial theatre, Nov. 8th, It took five men to write "San Tpy," the ( Chinese-English musical play, shortly to bo seen here, nnd the royalties, which aie er.v heavy, are divided between them. They nre all Englishmen and their names arc Sid ney Jones, Edward Morton, Harry (Ireenbanjc, Adrian Itohsnnd Lionel Moiu'kton. "San Toy" was first pro duced at Daly's tpoatrp, London, and was a bigger hit there than was "Fior-odora." NEWSPAPERMAN Named For Governor of Province of Luzon. Washington, Oct. 20 Word has been received hero that the Philippine com mission ban appointed Wm. Dinwiddle, an American newspaper man, governor of Isabella province. Mr Dinwiddle went to the Philippines In 180S, as correspondent for the New-York Her ald and a number of magazines. Is adella province Is the largest and one of the richest In Luzon.Jf ' Head Democrat liners. A Wonderful Medicine. Beecham's Pills FOR ALL Bilious and Nervous Disorders, Sick Headache, Constipation, Wind and Pains in Stomach, v Impaired Digestion, Disordered Liver and Female Ailments. . PBXFABXD ONI.T BT TBI FBOPBIKTOB, Thomas Betcham, St. Helens, Eng., . and'365 Canal St, New York. Sold by all DruffgiiU In United Stataa ,x In boxes, 10c, nd'2Sc.r Lincoln J. Carter, the well known producer of sensational melodrama, has departed from the path he has trodden so long In his latest, effort, "The Flaming Arrow." Ho has de serted his railroads and mdchanicnl engines his scenes of Chicago slums and byways and gone to the for 'prairies and Western foot hills for material for his new play. The result Is that ho hag given the stage ono of the most realistic and novel border dramas that it has seen in years. Tho noted Indian actress, Go-Won-Go-Hohnwk, who has but recqntly re turned from a successful four years' tour of Europe, Is tho stellar attrac tion. Tho production will be seen at the Grand Thursday, Friday and Satur day, of this week, with matinees dally. ""The Fatal Wedding" comes to the Grand Monday, Tuesday and' Wcdnes day, Nor. 3, 4 and 5. The subject mat ter of this play has been written to a finish, both pro and con but evidence Is not wanting to substantiate the claim that tho play has been, a great success. Your children will bo sure to tell you, if you havo npt already h,eard of it, that "Foxy Grandpa" comes hero V y -frt i A Weak Heart Gives the.mamwhothas it ceaseless anxiety. Those sudden suffocating seizures-which come upon him at the most unexpected limesseem to shake life to the very foundation. It would be a great relief to such "sufferers to kftow that probably they were not suffer ing TVo'm organic heart trouble but from indigestion, catarrh of the stomach, or some other stomach disease involving theflsJiver, and that they could, be perfectly cured by, DtyPierce's Golden Medical piscovery.- "I was taken wijh smothering spells, palpitation of the heart and a distressed feeling in my stomach," writes Mr. H. W. Kinney, of Knight, Doddridge Co., W. Va. . "I consulted a doctor andt he said I had organic heart trouble. He gave me some medicine but it did nfe.no good. I, then tried different kinds of patent' medicines but they only helped me a .little. I got so bad I c6iild not walk any distance, was short of breath j and my legs wou'ld get so weak I could not stand. Consulted another doctor and he said I had indigestion of the stomach and t bdwels. I doctored with him all summer and he only helped i m6 a little, I then wrote asking you for advice and you advised j 'pie to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I got five , pottles ana commenced taking it.- Before the first bottle was gone I felt a change. When the .five bottles were gone I began to work. I had not worked any for a year before. I took in all sixteen bottles and was cured." Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is primarily designed to cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. But because the strength of the heart, as the strength of every other organ, depends on the strength of the stomach, which provides it food, it frequently happens that when the weak stomach is made strong by Golden Medical Piscovery," the weak heart is made strong also. Beyond all this "Golden Medical Discovery" con tains one of. the most powerful and beneficial heart tonics known. The action of. this medicine is benefi cial in any icase of heart disease, and it usually cures the more familiar forms of what is popularly known as $f heart trouble." Accept no substitute for' " Golden ' Medical Discov ery." There is nothing "just as .good " for diseases of the stomach and blood. P"ftEfm Bf. Pierce's Opmmon Sense Medical Adviser Bs sent FR.EE on receipt of jstaittps to pay expense off mailing ONLY. Semi 21 ono -cent stamps for the hook In paper covers, or 31 stamps tor tno cloth-bound volume Address sir. R. V. pieroe, Buffalo, N. Y .... f .... . . T OUR THIRD Anniversary Sale! U '! ! Will continue during the month of October. It is very seldom that you can find the equipment for optical -work with free ex amination such as you find with S. J. FREEMAN, 116 SOUTH HOWARD ST., Upstairs Officer Hours S a. m. to 8 p. xrf. Saturday evening to 10. Sunday 10 a. m. to 12 m. Bell phone Cherry, 41. i 9 W ' W $'' V1 99 ""V $' ,V'WiV,V,V, " 'p W Banquet after Banquet SUCCESS FOLLOWS SUCCESS i Families, Lodges, -Societies, and Dancing Clubs have found OTt that for best service, palatable viands, tasty arrangements, as well as lowest prices for a house party or banquet, you must go to tho nev Candy Store of A. BECKER, Popular Caterer. 169 S. HOWSrd St PEOPLES 3J2 BELL 422 ---......... .M"l'---l-M ..t.....tHti.iH"--""""'' m-'mmU A FAIR CRITIC Can say nothing but good of his fall suit if it's made , here. We don't know everything, but we do know. how to make good, dressy, Jong-wearing clothes, as our patrons of years' standing will tell you. Cloth 'first, careful shrinking, accurate cutUng, skillful artisans tell the talc. Let us take your measure for your winter suit or overcoat. , HA DADIf FASHIONABLE . t. DVKIY,TAILORR and DRAPER 219 South Howard street. JESJifc'V jnpH .wSw.iil in, - mrrrsmm.AyA'XMwa-mm 1 3 j w 3KciSo-;aaT 3 L iSJ.?. I lf fit, r- -r AULTMAN BROS., RICH i . i RICH " 111 11 1 miiimmiiM n !jy:a:afflM?aaiwjLiiiAiw-w a. . ' x ' W. " t DIVIDEND-PAYING M1NINC OlJ. aA ') smw.tm ffrcr. Akron Branch of PPUGIjAS, IAOY & CO., New Xork, OFFICE 118 Hamilton Building, - AKRON, OHIO People's phone T78. OPEN BVBNIKffB;. A. WMI mg AND WHISTLER Have reopened trie horseshoeing shop at 411 S. Main st, formerly opened by Mr. Rich in the Fall .of 1898, but since run by J.V.Young. THE BEST WORK GUARANTEED. Special attention given to horses with faulty aption. ' W. A. Whistler has boon the proprietor of tho horseshoeing shop at 625 E. Mill st., having disposed of -it last week. He is a a"horso shoer of exceptional ability. idr CERTIFIED MEMBERS NATIONAL HORSE SHOERS PROTECVIVE, ASSOCIATION. i G. E, Rioh conducted a horseshoeing shop on Cherry st. until thiso Summer, when he sold out and made a limited lecturing tour, irom which ho has just returned. 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