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""WHfrJIW7 m 4 :! 511 if ui V i'lJr i i w in h My M H Peculiar, To Itself In what it & and what It does con talnfnjthn!be.it blood-purifyliiff, altoratlro and tonic substances and Affecting tbo most radical and per manent,curea of all humors and all erupdns, relioving ivcak, tired, languitTfeclinga, and building up tho whole syBtem is true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla No otlier 'medicine acts liko it; no other medicine has dono so much real; substantial good, no other medicines has restored health and strongth at so little cost. "I m troubled with scrofula and earn Bear losing toy eyesight. For four montbi I oould not sea to do anything. Afttr taklne two bottles of flood's Saraaptrllla I could ace to walk, and when I had talcan olcht bottles I could eto as wel as OTor." 8clE A. Uais km. Withers. N. 0. Hood's Saroapsrllta promises to cure and koops tho promise. Friday, Nov. 21 DeWolf Hopper In a magnificent musical production of Mr. Pickwick 'A great company of 00, Including Do Wolf Hopper, Dlgby Boll, Ilnrry Nor mnn, Grant Stuart, Loulso Gunning, Laura Joyce Boll. Prices 60c, 75c, ?1, $1.60. Scats on sale Next Monday, Nor. 24, Geo. W. Xfl. erer's, gayest 100 Jn tlio greatest mil slcnl gaiety The Wild Rose Blx months In Now York. .Original cast, Includes Eddlo Foy, Ireno Bcntly, Albert Hoit, Jennie McAroo. Tills. Is tho company that was se cured .by Mrs. Vnnderbllt for one per formnnco nt Newport, st an expense of $5,000. Seats on sale Friday, Nov. CI. Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, Rico's big musical extravaganza The Show Girl .Seats on sale, Saturday, Nov. 22. TOO LATE TOO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE Lot 38x118, right In heart of city, near Buchtol college. Owners ncod money. Will nell for $400 If sold this week. P. P. Bocb & Oo. 182 WANTED Good stenographer, must have experience and reference. Ad dress Box 18 this office. 182-184. FOR RENT Furnished room with bath and board in prlvato family, at 112 Good st. 382-181 LOCAL PASTORS Delivered Addresses Today at Conference In Canton. So Tuscarawas classls of the ne ed church Is holding n spiritual conferenoo at Trinity Reformed church In Canton today, llovs. O. I? Alspach, J, S. Freeman nnd E. R. Wllllnrd mo Attending the confcinnco, Elders Mil ton Kilmer nnd Samuel Zlmmermnn, of tUo Woostor Avo. Reformed church, iwicnt to Canton this morning to spend 'tbo day at the conferenco. Rov. 0. I. iAlspach made fin address at D n. m., em "What Is a Bovlvnl? Is there Noed 0f a llftvival?" A 3 p. m Rov. E. R. Winiard apoko on "How Cnn Wo 'Arouse tbo Indifferent Church M"to fcerT" i' Mack Kot Hvor ruis. llAdStfroiu an actlvo principle) obtained from. MMk Itoot. Thay act on tlio llvfi isautl to oalomal and Isavn no bad nitei 'ftfti. No grtptne, uo slok stoiuueh. Will aur ohroulo constipation, trios a uents. Disappointed King. Rome, Nor. 10-Queen Holens of Italy gavfl blrlh to a, dauiihteT tills .morning. Tlili Is her second daughter ,snd tbo King Is greatly disappointed that tbo child was not s boy. s chneider's Store News OLOAK RARGAINS-Wo have so cured four (4) Now York simplo linos of flno cloakH, Our Now York repro riontntlvo secured them nt 1-8 off icg Ular manufacturers' pilces. We have marked Uiom to retnll nt equal reduc tion. OThoy nro from four of tho heat makers In Now York. They nro nlno revised styles and many high guide garments. Don't miss this opportun ity, means you will buy cholco gar ments nt big bargains. We also want to remind jou of our cholco stock of Furs, Undorwcnr, Hosiery, Gov, Dress Goods, Bedding, etc. Como to our store for anything In Dry. Goods. SclneidcrCo. 1B5-1&7 0. Howard it. "DICK" Lost His Temper Again. -- Nt r Said to Have Assaulted Property Man. Row In Mansfield Company at Cincinnati. lOlnclnnatl, O., Nor. 10. Thomas ,T. Yore, who for 18 years has been chief property man nnd nsslstant stage manager for Richard Mansfield, is no longer connected with tho company. He Is nursing a sore spot and several bumps on bis head nnd be says Mans field, is responsible fqr the bumps nnd soro places. Incldontnlly, ho has re tained attorneys nndyi damn go suit for a large amount may bo filed against Mansfield unless there Is some sort of compromise preceding legal notion. Yoro was with Mansfield up to nnd Including Monday night, nnd ' It is claimed that nl tlio closo of the tent sceno In tbo Fourth net, Mnnsflcld, onraged nt some1 rror he said Yore bad made, struck him flvo times on the head with an Instrument harder than his hand. Then MLinsfleld suatched from his hand a' heavy roll of parchmonr, he claims, and throwing It at him, cut open his left side of his face and blackened tho eye. Yore avoided further punishment, packed up and left tho theater, whereby causing Mansfield to select roraeono else to finish Yore's work for the rc&t of tho performance. FANATICS Blamed For the Doukhobor Craze. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 10. Immlgia- tlon Officer Roy, who nsslsted in driv ing tho Doukhobors back to their vil lages, has arrived in Winnipeg nnd snys there wns great lejolclng on tho return of tho Doukhobor iron. Tho women sluco being soparatod from tho men, ap pear to have cooled In their nidor, and nro contented to remain at home. Tho lenders were still possessed of their crazy notions, but have lost their hold on their followers. Mr. Roy does not believe that the lenders, however en thusiastic, can again incite the colonies to concentrate; their Inhabitants in an othor crazy mission. James T. Rich ardson, of Yorkton, discussing tho re cent trouble, said: "Pamphlets written in the Unltedl States by Russian ngltntors possessed of Utopian ideas started tho movement, nnd tho fnnatlcnl notions advanced wero fnnncd by their 'John Baptist' and othor misguided leaflets." N. 0. T.CO. SUED. Wm. P. Moran Asks $2,050 For Alleged Negligence. William F. Moran, it tailor, of this city, has begun un; action against thn N. O. T, Go., In Common Pleas court for damagos, On Sundny, Sept. 21, 1002, Moran boarded n Gujnhoga Falls car to bid goodby to a friend who had been calling upon, hlra and who ns going away. Ho nllegos that when he went to gPt pff tho car, the conductor gave the signal to stnrt and that the car did start, throwing him to the ground nnd injuring him. Several ribs woro fractured. Moinu asks $2,050. TREED And Kept There Two Days by Wolves. Houghton. Mich.. Nov. 10. Lost In tho Woods, Mllh nothing to oat, and trotxl for two days nnd two nights by hungry wolves,, wns the exporlonco of E. O. Goodrich, chief Inspector of the Michigan Telephone Company In this district. After much, aimless wander- Ing Ooodilch tlnnlly mannged to renrh tho ralhmul trucks, and, following these, fonnfl his way bnck to camp. In tho meantime ills ft lends lind endenv. ored to find bun, nnd had collected n small army of soarchers to aid In tho wotk. Nothing wns seen of the miss ing man, nnd the conclusion had !een reached that ho had been mistaken for a deer nnd shot, whon Goodrich wns seou limping up tho track, Gompers Investigation. New Orleans, La., Nov. 18.-In Fed eration of Labor convention today, tho investigation of President Gompers dd not come up on loll call. Umpire of the Investigation committee baa not yt teen selected ft Tut Great Money Kaising Begins Today Every H Mil II IS NEW iVnd of reliable make, (selected especial ly for tho holiday trade. I am forced to make this' sacrifice In order to raise money. This is n clianco for closo buy ers. Pianos selected now held tor Christmas If desired. Come nnd inako your helection while the stock is com ploto. My prices will sell them quick. Open evory evening. C. H. Martin Hamilton Bldg. 205 S. Howard St. WHOLE BUNCH Of Aldermen Arrested For Con tempt of Court. Dener, Colo., Nov, 10. Eleven Den ver Aldermen woro arrested Tuesday on n chnrgo of contempt of court nnd held under $1,000 bonds each to appear in court next Thursday, , The tildeunen had oted for an or dinance granting n new franchise to tho.Dcnver City Tramway company, ftf. teen minutes after they had been served with nn Injunction which for bado tho passage of the ordinance as drawn. Tho matter wns brought to the, at tention of the court by attorneys for tho municipal league, which secured tho Injunction on representations that certain provisions In tho ordinance vio late cxlstliiy contrncts botween tho city nnd tho tramway company. KILLED HIS RIVAL Old Kentuckian Couldn't See a Young Man Win Out. Midfllesborp, Ky., Nov. 10. Enraged becnuso Iiivlnla Morris, whom ho loved, wns going to many Elklns Weatherby, 25 jenidn old, Tom Mitch ell, 02, killed Weatherby by shooting him through the heart. Tho trnciedy occuuofl nt Weatherby, Vn. Mltcholl had been In lovo with the Morris girl for years, but she would not mnrry him. Ho threatened to kill her once, but sho fled from him, nnd inter h0 told Weatherby ho would kill lilai If thoy married. He made good his thi-ftit on tho day before tho mar- rlnge of tho j oung people. Weatherby uas killed ut Mitchell's hqnio, whore ho went on business. Mitchell has been placed under wrest. BECAME A THIEF So He Could Get In Penitentiary to Learn Trade. Winaumc, Intl., Nov, 10. "1 shall be glad to bo sont to tho ponltoutlnry, where I cnn loam n trade," bald Homer Yorgiiu tho solf confessed thief who stole seveinl sots of harness. Yergan 1r 10 jTnrs of ngo and says he stole the harness purposely so thnt ho would lenrn something. At present ho can not read or write, nor can ho spoil Ills own uamo. H blames his own par ents for raising him in Ignorniico. Petitions For Divorce. Two dlvorco petitions wcio filed In tho County Clerk's office Tuesday afternoon. Nellie A. Gaylord nsks separation front A. J. Gajlord, nfteo1 haUng been married more than 23 years. Willful absence nnd neglect are charged. Mnry Porry nsks a dlvorco from George D. Potry and restoration of her ranlden nit mo, Mary Garrett. They were- mnirled lit UiIb city Nov. 28, 1S0S, and have no children. Neglect aud willful absence nra alleged, AKRON PnAIJ.Y. DEMOPRAT. '. i p ' mmesmm DENIES Stories Told on i .Portia. Didn't Fail to Pass He- Exams Nor Was Her Color Againit Her. Columbus, O., Nor. 10. Booker T. Washington, Vho lectured hero last night, in nn Interview denied the stories emanating from Wellcsley col lego concerning his daughter. Ho says neither the color of his daughter Portia, nor tho story that sho failed in oxaminatlons had anything to do with her failure to re-enter school. He says: "There Is absolutely nothing in either one of the stories. My daugh ter wns sentto Wellcsley to spend a year, tnklng a special course In music, thnt sho might better pieparo horself for later work as a teacher nt Tuskegoo' institute. While nt Wellcsley sho was treated with the greatest kindness by both teachers nnd stu dents. "Before going to Wellcsley she had completed two regular industrial courses at Ttiskegee. She Is now In the north, making preparations for work at tho institute." BROTHER Of C. F. Stough Died at Steu benville. Charles Stough, aged 51 years nnd unmarried, died, at Steubenville, O., Tuesday. The remains will be brought to this city and the funeral will take place from the residence of 0. F. Stough, 123 Gage st., a brother of '.ho deceased, ,T,ko arrangements are as yet Incomplete. WABASH, TOO. Will Increase Wages Same as Other Roads. St. Louis, (Mn., Nov. 10. A notice was posted. at tho various shops of the Wabash Tuesday to the effect that the revision of tbo scalp of wages of skilled labor b'ad been directed by the presi dent ohd the superintendents will meet today to go over the details, looking to a general advance if the scnle is found to be lower than those of other lines. CONFESSION Of Convict Made Public After His Death. Memphis, fonn., Nov. 10. The story of tho llfo of Will Mathls, who was hanged at Oxford, Miss., Sept. 24, with Orlnnda Lester, has been published in pamphlet form. Relatives of tho dead man caused the publication of tho history of hja crime, with a full confession of Mathls. Mathls was executed for tho murder of John apd Hugh Montgopery, United States deputy sheriffs. In the book Mathls recites how tho deed was done, nnd accuses his fnthorrln-law, Whit .Owens, who Is now undor sentence of death for tho murder of another man, as the one who planned aud executed tho death Of the Montgomery men. COALING RECORD. Cruiser Took on -850 Tons In Six Hours. Honolulu, Nov. 11, via. San Fran cisco, Nov. 10. The cruiser Now York broke tho navy record for coaling here, putting in 830 tons of coal in six hours, This remarkable speed -was duo to tho fact that tho full band of tho ship played during tho whole time that tho Jackles were rushing the coal aboard. The employment of tho band was suggested to Cnptnlu MacKenslo by tho bandmasters application for id hours leave of absence from the ship to get away from the dust am dirt of coaling. Instead, tho Captain or dered tho band to play for eight hours. It was stationed on tho bridge during the coaling and reeled off martini nlrs. Aged Musician Killed. Alliance, 0., N6v, 10. Nicholas lm merman, aged 70 years, a musjehu), who recently returned from the court' ty infirmary, wns killed by a north bound Cleveland & Pittsburg Passen ger train, south of this city. THANKSGIVING DAYEXOURSION. C.,( A. & 0. R.R. nnd Pennsylvania lines' to all stations within a radius of 150 miles, Nov. 20 and 2T, 'good, re turning until 28th Inclusive, SSBSfSBBSBBaSSBSeS PERSONAL NOTES. Mr". B. A, Ovlatt Is spending ho week in Youngstown. Mtas Emma ilownad left Wcdncsdny morning for Bakersflqld, Cnl. Mr. ,H. It Gaskell, with tho Good rich. Tire & Rubber Oo., wns in ritts- uurg j-uesuuy. A fnifewell reception wns tendered Tuesday evening to Miss Eva Cook by a number .of her friends. Judge 6."T. Sperry nnd Mr. S. J. TVtaf nf TJnvrttinn worn rnrrlfttftmrl nf the Empire Houso Wednesday. - Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tbo Grnco TtAffwmaA rtfmi'stli will hntrl nn nll.flnt VMWaU-V VUII1VII M - sewing? Thursday in the parlors of the church'. "fctV. '.tnsnAli Ttminnfl- nt Tna "Tlpnnett A'Coi, Pittsburg, is In Akron, visiting air. i. p., Myers. Rjr.rR. w. Koorner, advertising man- nepr nt ihn Tlliimnnrt Tfllhhnr Civ. has returned from n visit of n few days at his home in Buffalo. Representative Scesc and Mr. M. B.' Townsond, of Hudson, wcro in the city Tuesday evening, attending tho meet ing of tho Maccabees. A nnpptnl ini- nnrrvlnrr rthnnfr KO local Clievallora left Akron forLoralo, eanesany afternoon. A large class will bo Initiated there this evening. Mr. AtcIiIIIo Phlllon. the snlrnt tower performer, has completed his engage ment with tho Canton Carnival Co., nnd returned to his homo in Akron for tho winter. Miss Edna Hurford, of Cleveland, Is vl3ltlnsr nt the home of Mr. 15. n. Held, 008 East Market St., for a few days3 Miss Hurford Is a niece of Mrs. Held. Mr. A. F. GecTgo, who Is putting tho Rural Freo Delivery service Into operation in Summit county, returned from the east Saturday to resume his work here. Mrs. Ii. S. Burroughs, of Tiro, O., who has been in the city visiting Mrs. T. J. Heller, of 341 West North st., and Mrs. W. Frank Fnrst, 003 South High st., for n few weeks, returned' home, Tuesday. The women of the Wooster Avenue Reformed church nro busy preparing for a series of dinners nnd mmnwi and a bazar to bo held In tho G. A. R. hall on Thursday nud Friday, Dec. 18 and 10. Mr. Ira Fiscus. of this oitr. nnn Mina Chloe Htibcr, of near Barberton, will bo united in marriage Thanksgiving ove. Tho ceremony will take place In ono of tljo Akron churches, and tho couplo will reside on Brown nv. Mr. nnu Mrs. Fred E. Smith nre in Cleveland, nttendlng the celebrntion of an nnniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. George Nieberg. Mjr. and Mrs; Nieberg lived in Akron, whero Mr. Nieberg was nmong Akron's fore most Jewelers for innny years. A social session of Camp Theodore Miller, S. A. W. V., will be held at the nrmory of Company B, Tuesday qvenlng, Nov. 25. It Is desired that any veterans of tho Spanish-American war, whether members of the camp or not, attend. These sessions nro suc cessful In bringing together those in the city who served in any enpacity in army or navy, in the United States, in Cuba or tho Philippines. The Fortnightly club held an' Inter est meeting Monday afternoon nt the home of Miss S. A. Hlllls, 100 N. Union st. The subject of this meeting was Spain, Papers -were rend by Miss Webb, on "The Kingdom of Grenada," nnd Mirs. Merrill, on "Cordova, Toledo nnd Seville," nnd a short address was Bennett Pianos I have added to my list of agencies that of the "BENNETT' made by the former superintendent of the Ahlstrom factors- at Jamestown, N. Y. This piano Is a most beautiful toned instrument nnd nn enrly inspection by musicians is requested. A new stock Just in. A. B. SMITH 220 S. Main st. Akron, 0. The comforts of homo mean much to n young couplo Just commencing housekeeping. All do not liavo tho ready cash to completely furnish the Iwme, In such cases, bur Equltablo Credit System comes to their aid. Wo furnish homes complete and give our patrons an opportunity to pay as they cnn afford. Our four-room outfit for $85 has made uso many friends, it cannot bo duplicated by any etore In Summit county. 7 KIRK co. Everything for tha Home. I5t27 S. Howard St. Th styre That Saves You Money,. To know all there Sarsaparilla, take will say so; too. Heknows. given by Mrs. D. r, Wheeler on "Tlio Maid of Bnragossa." Mrs1. Collins wns tho lender In current events. The next rogular meeting of tho club will bo held nt tho homo of Mrs. M. S. Taplln In Barberton', on December 1st SCn.VAF.RlOH. At tbo home of Mr. MlioJ)avls, 404 Wolf stt, on tho evening of,, Nov. IB, Christian, Schaaf nnd Miss Margaret A. Rich were united in marriage, In tho presence pf a foW friends, Rov. O. W. Slusser officiating Mr. Sclinnf"ls employed at tho Dia mond Rubber works, They will be at homo to thedr friends at 404 Wolf street. SINCE 1862 Samuel S. Perkins, Who Died Wednesday, Had Lived In Akron. Samuel B. Perkins, aged 78 years, died at his home, 108 North Walnut st, Wednosday of old age. He leaves a wife. Mr. Perkins had been a resident of Akron sinco 1802, and though he lived a retired llfo, for many yiavn, wns well known to almost nil the older residents of the city. In former years ho was a tanner by trade. Thero will bo short funeral services nt the residence, Thursday, at 10 n. m, and the remains will be taken to Hudson for interment. SCORED President of Har vard And the Whole Con vention Applauded. New Orleans, Nov. 10. Resolutions censuring President Eliot, of Harvard, were read and approved by tho Fed eration of Labor today amidst great applause. Not only was the resolu tion of censure concurred In, but a committee added Other and severer terms of censure In Its report. It sug gested that this language in con curring, be spread on the minutes. "In any other sphere of action, a traitor to his kind receives no com mendations of the educators of the country, therefore the nction of Prof. Eliot, in commenting is deemed un herolc and despicable." These words ap they were read by the secretary of the convention were received wlthdenfenlngapplnuse. Dele gate Drlscoll got tho lloor and said this was not the full extent of Presi dent Eliot's offense. "Once ho said In n public ndijress that no labor ing man should bo placed on a public school board," said Drlscoll, who continued to score tho Harvard presi dent unmercifully for 15 minutes. The debate on tno Eliot censure mat ter turned on public schools and other colleges. Delegate Lighthall, of Chi cago, said there had been nn effort, started by Rockefeller, of tho Chi cago university ami his associates to get control of the public schools of that city through tho school boaid there. M1LLERSBURG MAN Has Been Selected as C, A. & C. Agent at South Akron. Mr. E. D. Taylor, of MUlersburg, baq been appointed ngent nt tho 0.. A. & O. depot In South Akron. Tho tele graph offlco at the, depot has been closed. South Akron is now one of two htntions on thp C.. A. & O. which do not have a telegraph office in con nection. The 0., A. & C. tele, graph office in South Akron is located nt tho yard office which is but a shoit distance from tho depot. As was stat ed before Operator Knox of South Ak ron has been transferred to Kllbuck. SUCCESS Crowned Attempt of Operator Strauss at -Suicide. Dlvislou Operator J. W. Murohv and Dispatcher J. D. Lindsay, of tho 0. A. & 0., attended the funeral of W. A, Strauss.tho formor Akron operntor.who snot hlmsolf Friday. Stmuss died Monday nt his home in Kllbuck. Tho employes of the C. A. & O. sent two large iloral offerings. RECOVERING. Victim of Union Depot Accident Able to Return Home. Mr. Clifford "Mitchell, the young man who was struck nt tho Union depot by an Erte train on the evening of Nov. 4, was discharged from the city hos pital Tuesday. He went to his homo In Mt. Vernon Tuesday afternoon. Ho lost two teeth In the accident and his arm was badly injured His escape from Instant death was miraculous. Ho wns hurled .10 fijet. He Is employed by Mr. A B, Smith, faio piano dealer. Gasoline Explosion. A small flro caused by nn explosion of gasoline occuied ..at. 012 South Main st at 0. o'clock last evening. The fire department soon put it out. WDDNK8DAY, NOV. lOtnOOa. is to know about a Ayer's. .Your doctor I.JLTC fU, Jjtmu,Ui. CLOSING The Testimony of Mitchell. Operators Will Go on Stand Next. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 10. John Mitch ell went on the stand ngaln this morn ing to glvo testimony" before tho Anthra cite Strike Commission, and It is said that the army of lawyers f,or the.pper ators will have fired their last question at him before tlio dny is over. Mitchell has been under a crossi firo' of questions for tho last five days 'tiint tho commission has been sitting. Hli vjesws on all points concerning tho an thracite situation, as wejl as those on labor and economic questions, havo been brought out nnd his testimony hns rarely been vague. Opposing counsel ndmit that Mitchell hns been a remnrkablo witness. With the conclusion of Mitchell's testimony, the presidents of the threo anthracite districts will probably bo called. They will glvo detailed testimony as to the exact physical conditions In their districts nnd nlso enu merate mnny minor nbuses which camo by the discontent to tho mjn.cr, and which the heads of the coal company knew nothing of. The inquiries of the commissioners during the taking: of tes timony indlcntes that they are weigh ing everj- point of contention thorough ly. WEDDING Of Ex-Councilman E. C. Foster and Miss Maud Jones. The many friends of ox-Councilman Eugene C. Foster, 000 West Center st, will bo surprised at the announce ment that he is to bo .married Wed nesday evening, to Miss Maud Jones, of Cuyahoga Falls. Every effort has been mado to keep the preparations a secret, but it is known that the wed ding will take place at tho (residence of the brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones, at Cuyahoga Falls. Miss Jones has been employed for some tlmo as an operator for the American Telephone & Telegraph Co., and is one of tho most popular oung ladies of Cuyahoga Falls. After a wedding trip of about two woks, they will resido with Mr. Foster's mother, Mrs. ML E. Foster, 300 West Center st. PENNSYLVANIAN Appointed Aaster Mechanic of C, A.& C. Railroad. L. S. Klnnalrd wns appointed master mechanic of the C., A. & 0. today. Mr. Klnnalrd was assistant ujnstor mechanic of tho Pennsylvania shops at Allegheny. Ho succeeds Mr. John Dolman, -wlio resigned to accept a position with tho B. & O. Ho will begin his work Thursday. BIRTHS. HARRINGTON-To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harrington, 811 Washington st, Nov. 15, n son. JOHNSON-To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, 100 Ackley st., Nov. 13, a daughter. NELSON-To Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, 121 Irvin st, Nov. 12, n daugh ter. LANDIS To Mr. and Mrs. M. Lnndls, 522 West State st, Nov. 15, u son. LAPPIN To Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Lnppln, 100 Mny st., Nov. 10, a daughter. HOOVER To Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hoover, 404 Washington st., Nov. 11, a daughter. YOUTZ-To Ma-, nnd Mrs. G. L. Youtz, 201 Stejner uve., Nov. 17, a daughter. MARRIAGE LICENSES. ThOmns Lane, Barberton 27 Lottio Pontius, New Portage 10 Gioom s occupation, laborer. Ed. A. Shrlber, Akron 20 Agnes B. Bertram, Akron 22 Groom's occupation, job compositor. DEATHS. RHOADES-Mrs. Callsta Rhoades, wife of Samuel F.v Rhoades, 132 Com mlns st., died Wednesday morning, after an Illness of two years. She wns CO years of age, and had a-esided In Akron all her life. Funeral arrange-1 ments Incomplete. It is dangerous for ono to tako patent medicines of unknown composition. When a person is really sick, tho best course Is to call a physician. Often times, however, a. person Is run down nnd out of sorts, without being actual ly sick. At such times a good common sense digestive tonic is usually all that lei needed. Such n topic Is WaltherVj Peptonized Tort, which you can get nt any drua storo, it consists simply of pure port wlno and pure pepsin. The first jelved jou new blood, now life; the secondf prompts a .perfect performance of the! Small size, 50 cents; large ilac, ft t a d it tx V' Jta 'Kt SgS2& .stfaikii. A "lilMsfj-ln ijJMJi:... .JTf JiIl!!I!!Sl.J.. imtm4,mm iMsitei' : . feSsft ' &i pp.fufaMT.lU'.M ssWHIssssssssssssssMssssssssssssssssI A.