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SATTJMUY, NOV. 22, 1002.
AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT 3 Believed Remington Was Murdered Now' York, Nov. 18.-Dosplto the fuel Mint up to tho present time the theory that Ilobcrt Heading nemlngton, who was tho llnnco of Mlso May VonAlcn, committed milcldo In the Newport reading room on tho afternoon of Aug. 18, hos been generally ontertnlncd. Edward Pym nemfngton, brother of the dead mnn, In n statement mado today, Vutserts that his brother was t munjoredi According to Mr. Itemlngton's state went ho has had nn ntitppsy performed Dn his brother's body by four phy sicians, and ho now has detectives working on tho ease. As n clow to tho motive for murder, Mr. Remington declares he found a copy of a letter tn his brother's rsoms In Newport Tho ', autopsy showed, Mr. Itcmlngi ton says, that the wounds could not liavo been 'self-Inflicted. Two gashes were found on the head, mado ap. parently with a sharp Instrument, una two bullet wounds, either of which, It lo declared, would have prcduccd Instant-Insensibility. If not death. The revolver Ith which the wouuds "were inflicted wns. ho wys, of rarWnn wake and was net purchased In Now port, although tho police oillclala stated that 'it was. His hiothor, Mr. Itemlng ton says, had nn aversion for firearms and did not dairy the,m. SPENCER And Hubbard Do a "Stunt" In "Roasting" the Leis ure Class, Indolence the Forerunner Barbarism. oj Herbert Spencer, at eighty-three years of age, has recently sent some smt!) shivers down the spines of the Leisure Class In' England by saying, "Tho society represented by our so called best families Is essentially bar baric," says The Philistine. This remark, coming from a com ;monplaCe man, would have excited no comment, but when Herbert Spen cer stands behind n sentence, it is npt In Agony For Five Years, B.; lavci Mrs. Jane S. Dane of Northficld. Vt.. ays; " For years I was afflicted with Kidney disease and Rheumatism, in most acute form. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, entirely cured me' For Kldnsy, Uer, Blood or Bladder Diseases. Rheumatism or Dyspopsla. no other medicino juals Dr. Darid Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. AUdrureistsseUitlnths NEW 60 CENT 8IZE and the regular J 1. 00 sUa bottles. Sample bottle tuough for trial, fret by mall. Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, rtondout, W. Y. Ir.Dtld Kenucdi'i Salt Itlirnm Cream cures U Setts, eklaiaigerefaloasDIicues. Wc i ..I . i mtn i Mil ' ''f'fifi i W"iii ' mnsE&ss ?u. . Si. tzmautersmskix. mz-w "wms. a to mean much. The '.'Pall Mall Gazette" quoted tho comment nnd added: "Poor old man! he is certainly in his dotage." The worst about Spencer's remark is that it is true. Society moves in a clrclo things are in n swirl, and civil ization could never ejslst at nil were it not for the fact that country boys, born in families of no social standing and no wealth, are constantly going up to the cities to tako places where only men of potver can exist, The society represented by our Bst Families Is essentially barbaric in America and elsewhere. And the reasons is thnt lt'hns ceased to produce and now only consumes. It lives on tho labor $"f others. The thing which docs .not serve that has no use, is a burden to some body if continued. Tho self-appointed Superior Class Is an awful handicap to civilization. Our Best Society destroys, con sumes and lays wiste. Tho Child Slavery of the South, the Sweat Shopm of the cities, nnd tlief ufir-iidlng toll of m'oHt farming folks ,l(f,n direct result of. our Best SocletyTthIs so-called Super ior Class. There Is a certain ampunt of work to do in the world, and tho reason homo people havo to work from day-J light clear Into (thp, night is. becauso others do not worVat all. If ypu con sume more than you .-produce some one must labor to make good defici ency. Our Best Society lsipte.nt on honor ing the man' who wastes and con sumes. In fact. If yoq are a mere pro ducer, nnd nothing' else, tho Best Society does not deign to notice yob. much admit you Into its charmed circle. In order to belong to the Best Society you must dress' fo you Cannot lie usefulyou capnot shoulder a trunk, carry out the nsbcs) pool;', 'iiltsii up a hoix, nor dig" fn th'o grpUnd. Tho rai ment that Society fdcmandH .you shall wear forbjus your, using muscles in any useful effort." Vt the AVaIdarfvstprla seventeen hundred servant') arc employed, nnd this Is Just the cnpaplty of (he hotel (hero Is one pe'rvtinf for 'every guest. And In meat nnd "drink each guest wastei Jlvo times ps'-mueli qs he con fmmcH, This fact lalni'so true of nil the so-called First Clnss Hotels In our larse cities. ''' Some ono has got to make good this wastage and it is the social outcast who does It, Only afew years ago ftllnseful work was done by slaves The.se slave were bought, sold, worn 'out, beheaded nnd tossed to hell at wlllhy the Best Society . , Things have gradually, fettered, but the distinguishing feature of the Best Society yet is that it attaches a dis grace to useful effort It dissociates Itself from toll. Why Suffer With Your Kidneys Tho discovery u.. ur. Geo. Lelning- er's For-mal-de-hye Kidney Tablets has proved a blessing to tbousa'nds of kid ney aufferers who have been restored to perfect health. These tablets drive tho kidney disease germs out of the blood, and prevent accumulation of Uric Aciu in the system. Wo urge all sufferers to give this scientific and successful Kidney remedy a trial. They come in two sizes, 25 and. 50 cents. Come nnd get a trial treatment freo at all druggists. t&a Luck In Thirteen.- By sending 13 miles, Wm. Spirey, of Wnlton Furnace, Vt, got a boxofj Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly cured a horrblo fever sore on his leg. I Nothing else could. Positively cures bruises, felons, ulcers, eruptions, bolls, burns, corns and piles. Only 25c. Guaranteed by 0. B. Harper & Co., druggists. NIECE OF LINCOLN Causing Trouble For Oil Man. a Rich Ios Angeles, Cal., Nov, 22. At Bak crsflcld, n 'sensation has been created bj tho discovery that women who havo been, passing In the b.est society circles as tho wlfo nnd daughter of Win, H. Clarke, n prominent oil operntor In Kern county, may not bo what they represent themselves. The story came out through the nr--rlval in Bakersfleld, from Cleveland, 0 a few days ago of a pretty woman who has employed L. H. Doano to look after her Interests as tho real wife of tho wealthy oil man. She asserts sho was deserted by him in Cleveland. Glnrko Bon Ami Polishes brass as door kuo"bs, stait rods and railings. DR. FENNER'S Kidney and, m Backache Also Puiufids the Blood. Don't become dlaconraged. Thre la a euro for you. If necessary writo Dr. Fenner. Uo hu apent a Jlfotlmo curing Just such re an jours. All consultations no FREE. I became amiMrqwiHiitanpy "l"" I Ioimiolrpfor.n?. f, tr n tin tnuaclondnoh. Two bottlescomplotciy tnuaclo md neb. Two bottles completely Sold by DrugglatyWc. and tl. Aak for ST. VITUSrDANCE.S If You Wish to Invest Your money where you -will bo suro of keeping Jt and YET stand s reasonable chance of doubling it in a few years, buy a lot In The Rubber Workers' Allotment, la tho son of a millionaire stockholder lit tho Standard Oil Co., is a man of wealth, and has largo interests at Kern river. Tho woman who swears she is his wife is a grand niece of Abra ham Lincoln nnd connected with a number, of the best fnmlltes in Cleve land. The woman with whom Clarke U alleged to have eloped is Mrs. Net tle Deglow, and the younger woman Is her daughter. He Could Hardly Get Dp. P. H. Duffy, of Ashley, 111., writes: "This is to certify that I have taken two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure and It has helped me more than any other medicine. I tried many adver tised remedies, but.nono -of them gave me- any relief. My druggist recom mended Foley's Kidney Cure nnd It has cured me. Before commencing its use I was In such a shape that I could hardly get up when once !down." Anxious Moments. Some of tbomost- anslous hours of a mother's life are thoser when thp little ones of the household have tho croup. Thero is no other mcdfclno so effective In this terrible malady as Foley's Honey nnd Tar.,I Is a house hold favorite for throat and lung trou bles, and as it contains no opiates or other poisons, It can be safely given. MESSAGE Discussed by the Cabinet at Friday's Session. Washington, Nov. 22.-T'he Fresl dent's message was the principal topic of the Cabinet hCsMon. Tho document, which will go to Congress, a week from next Monday or Tuesday Is now practically completed nnd nt tho meet ing Friday the President read portions Impaired Digestion is quickly corrrected by ihese won derful pills One trial will show you the reason for the big sales of Beecham's Pills eld Ererrntue-In texts loi. ud Ha. All DUMSM Ol kldneyi, blfldcr, mil urinary organ, AUo haart dleme, rhewnatlim, backache, grarol, dropiy, fomafo Cure itoudkh. employed ono of tho most oxtwrlenrert dmim-a vaiiiiiiaii 4n .. .. ,j.i.. tt . .tt-". IE iiinrrmviiM ahi ii. . r . . .:ir cured tno. TIlUMAHII.JOnrtso!?.n . M v' cured mo. TKUMAH n.janrtSmt. 11S.1 1 Dr. Fenner'a Almanac or Cook Hook-Frnn aTo od m nntitn,flnAf l VmwtryTijtT77 iiuieciuci mossing. Hneclflc and nrtty case baa becnourcdhr It. ALt.in-Oi.AitK Dnoaco.AkrocCO.'' Corner Cut Exchange and Foun tain sta, THE WEST HILL LAND CO. of it to his advisors from proof sheets Bent up from tho government print ing office. Tho matter of tariff re vision, which may prove of sufficient importance to compel President Rooso valt to call an extra session of Con gress' after the 4th of March, was gone over at this morning's session very thoroughly. A Startling Surprise. Very few could bellevo in looking at A., T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for i n years he suffered such tortures from rhoumatlsm as few could endure and live. But n wonderful change follow ed his taking Electric Bitters. 'Two bottles wholly cured me," he wrlten, "and I havo not felt a twinge in over a year." They tiegulte the kidneys, purify the blood and cure rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, improve diges tion and glvo perfect health. Try them. Only 50 cents at C. B. Harper & Co.'s drug store. A Policeman's Testimony. J. N. Patterson, nlgjht policeman of Nnshua, la., writes: "Last Winter I had a bad cold on my ' lungs nnd tried nt least a half dosen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benoflt. A friend recommended Foley's Honey, and Tar, and two thirds of a bottle cured mo. I consid er it tho groatest cough and lung med icine in the world." BIG BEAR KEPT HUNTER UP A TREE Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 22. Murray Oonklin, of Elmlra, Is confined to his home with nervous prostration re sulting from an exciting adventure with a huge black bear in the Ad irondacks yesterday. Conklln was on the trail of a deer through tho woods when he suddenly rounded a mammoth oak tree and found himself face to face with a huge jblaelc bear. Both were sur prised, bnt tho bear recovered first and made a dash for Conklln, who dropped his gun and swung Into the branches of a tree. Bruin went into camp at the foot of tho tree and re mained on guard nil day. Several times the bear attempted to climb the tree, but, filled with a winter supply of food, the big brute gave up after ascending a few feat up the slippery trunk. (After spending 14 hours in tho tree Conklln took advantage of darkness and escaped. His nervous system is completely wrecked. Asleep Amid Flames. Breaking Into a blazing home, some firemen lately dragged the sleeping in mates from death. Fancied security, and death near. It's that way when you neglect1 coughs and colds. Don't do It Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption gives perfect protection against all throat, chest and lung trou bles.' Keep it near, and avoid suffering, death, and doctors' bUls. A teaspoon full stops a late cough persistent use tho most stubborn. Harmless and nice tasting, it's guaranteed to satisfy by C. B. Harper & Co. Price COo and $1. Trial bottles free. FINE TURKEY Will Grace Table President. of the Poquonneck, R. I,, Nov. 22. A maj estic .bronzo Rhode Island bred turkey,- which tilts the scales at iU pounds nnd 7 ounces live weight, has been selected by Hornco Vose for President Roosovelt's Thanksgiving table at tho White House. This Is in pursuance of a custom which was es tablished by Senntor Anthony 'when President Grant was Chief Executive. As long as the Senator lived he bought turkeys for tho Presidents, .and when ha died Farmer "Vose kept up mo custom ana scnt-aiong tno best bird hd could ilrid. The White House turkey will be killed today and it will be In the. hands of the Executive Mansion cook before any rival bird, if possible. Read Democrat Liner Columns. 4ffM4H44-Hfw4j44iW' rkfB-4nK fyimtM Is tho kind tho); permits tho bost grado of work at livo and let livo prioes. "VVo aro not Bon Franklins, but wo are philos ophers enough to know that tho public appre ciates those oflbrtfl of ours in their behalf. HOW ARE YOUR TEETH? Akron Dental Parlors, J. II. SAUNDERS, Prop. 100 South Howard Street. 4ilrf-f It K 'A ' COLD DISTILLED BRANDY Is recommended by all pbyitdans for tbo h-UMng tip of ravaltdi. It Jb Standard of Age, Purity, and Flavor. If nlway bet by ev ery Test. A large stock of Fine Old Wines. Bourbon and Rye That havo character, ago and purity, on hand. , f MURPHY'S OLD LIQUOR STORE, 177 S. Howard Stteet, ' S HAf9 Mrfr o. nerz, mgr. - WITH YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY jfk Gil? xM m. JlL IJ L You Can't Take It Awy from the Hop Twin ! BURKHARDT'S FAMOUS UNION-BREWED Is so pure, so healthful, that no beer consumer wants to do with- out it. You should always have a case of "Burkhardt's Bottled X Beer" at home. It creates an appetite and gives strength to the lf25tJ8rm CAPITAL, 3100,000.00 (33$fe'? JpBcfaiJs TfianR, DOBS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ACCOUNTS solicited: Interest at 3 per cent per annum on savtag deposits, from date of deposit, on all umonnta remaining SO days or longer. 706 8. Main street, fSmm mm& rOMfifc I I AstiA wj" xtXf 7 7jW 'ioav'asrf v -v ,vv iYS)r,mWmVfAl NEW YORK DENTISTS Open eTenings, 148 South Slain st. Hardware Co.'s .store. - - Emm . .. t People's Phone 1676 bii, Brown - - 3I66 the beverage that goes best and "that cheers Instead of Inebriates" Is a pure and appetizing beer liko the Rea nor's Yellow Band. Its healthful properties make it the standard of perfection, and its delicious flavor makes It a favorite berorage with epicures and those who love good I cheer and sociability. Order a trial case for Thanksgiving and you will give us thanks for the tip. THE GEO. J. REHIfBR BREWING COMPANY Akron, O. yonardiDolisfi Tfinftf 1c Tbtt wilt male ranrfurnl Zf L ufe look so bright. puno njn lit fo io new, mntlina tiling J "'''ero clean. a Monarch. Eur to apply, economical, and will not iniure the finejt surfaces. Nothing Setter for Hardwood Floors and Hardwood Finish. 1'Jzif- Monarch Pranlua List 3. A. Kohler, president. J. M. Laffer, vice president. John Gross, treasurer. Olaudc Clark, cashier. AKRON, OHIO Crown and Bridge Work When inserted by us may bo relied upon as being as near perfect as hu man skill can attain. We know our work and do it well, heedful of our1 standing In the community. We do painless extracting free, when wo make your now teeth. Best teeth $8.00 Gold Crowns $8.50 to ?5.00 Good Teeth ., $5.00 White fliOTrma SH.00 in 8T.0ft anvrflnitt Fillings BOc up Feople's phone 7M. Over Standard DR. ItBNKEBT, Propr. ' 1 ,f ;- eft C! l.t-H i4W-aMtat tiaaiW ttH"4