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Lt'. Iiweakons tho dollcato lung tissues.
WW erea ""e digestive, organs, and
Lc jjreaka down tlio general health.
, r It often causes honrlacha and dlzzi-
-nm, impairs tho taste, smelt and
Waring-, and afreets the rolcc.
"Befog constitutional dlscaso it re-
Iplres ft'constltuttonal remedy.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Im.ia.Uw ,x ,.nn.n.nri, -....j . Now Haven, Nov. 22. Thirty thou
I Radically and .permanently erne ca- tcA?tot the
tarrh of thn none, fhro.it.. stomach. I wi- ., .u., . ..
tarrh ot tho nose, throat, stomach,
bowels, Hrid, more dellcato organs.
Bead the testimonials.
2To substitute (or Hood's acts like
Hood's. Bo suro to get Hood's,
i "I wis troubled with catarrh 20 years.
Stein statements ot cures by Hood's Bar
sparilta resolved to try It. Four bottled
entirely cured me." William Sbehimn.
10606th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
Hoopla Sarsaparilla promise to
cur and keeps the promise.
TOO LATE TOO CLASSIFY.
ORtttiNT Houses and suites of 8 it
4 rooms' on Col lego nnd Upson sts.,"
accommodating four families. Apply
at 100 S. Union. Peo. phone, 035. Jno.
H. Anble. 185-100
Closing Out Sale of Wall
Paper and Paints.
Owing to my business con
nections in other lines I havo
decided to closo out my stock of
wall paper nnd paints at greatly re
duced prices. Thoso desiring to pur
chase goods In hiy line Will And it to
-their advantage to visit my store, 314
Bast Mill St., within the noxt ten
days. n. L. Andrew. 182 tf.
Masonic
Notice
Thero will ho n special comraunl-
, cation of Akron lodge, No. 83, F. &
A, M., Monday evening, Nov. 24, ?
pm., for work in E. A. degree.
Visitors conjially invited.
It. B. WILSON, W. M.
"W. J3. WAUGH, Sec'y., P. T.
Odd dressers and metal
beds are rapidly replacing
n bedroom furnishing the
three-suit all-wood suit.
Our line of odd dressers is
ne oi oaa aressers is
replete with all varieties of
rjtyle and finish. Quartered
goiaon ouk, natural cuny
birch, birdseyo, maple, ma
'h'oganized curly birch, plain
srhite maple, imitation ma
hogany and plain goldon oak
' Aq elegant dresser in hirdsoyo ma
plM 98x34 mirror, , 45xo2 top, full
double, awoll front, French f
Served, fins hand polished, $33.25.
tnnt-
root,
'Qak dressers front $8 50 to $4000
IF KIRK
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BTtfythinff for the Home.
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candles at Model Bakery.
8. B. LAFFB11TY,
( 100 8. Howard st. Akron.
Smallpox In Lisbon.
''liaban, Nov. 22 This city is under
baneful scourgo of munltpoi in its
most virulent form. Tho hospitals
fete foil and wooden sheds are being
constructed to accommodate the suf
fjrrjj. ' Two hundred fresh cases
,wararoportod yesterday,
, . itiv
'in tkls stranuous age, ono sometimes
fel'lbe need, not exactly of a medi
)!,Vut of a good, common sense rovi
talicar and tonic. Vnlthers Pepton
ta4.?rtis Just such a. tonic.
0 Port wine Is a strengthoner in
lUlf, and tiro pepsin by aiding dlgcs.
Men, wiablM one to got the maximum
imoujjt ot strength from one's food.
lt atrwgthfcns In a natural way not
fcr"wWMlo the organs into a forced
t ftlylty, not by creating a false f eqling
c sirtMgia xnrougu nervo stimulation,
fcat by otuallyclvlng real strength,
n ajee, BO c'ontsj large alze, Sl.v
QpDSfpjVYAtE.
Seats Hard to Get at
Any Price.
Line- Up ' of'-the- Two Great
' Teams;
New Haven, Nov. 22. Thirty thou-
Yalo-Harvard football game today and
so great is tne demand that money
cannot secure them, oven nt $20 nnd
$25. Odds today arc still 3 to 2 ou
Yale.
Tho lino up of the teams nnd their
statistics nro as follows:
Yale Left end, C. D. Hafforty,
height 5 feet 0 Inches, weight 1G0
pounds, age 22.
Left tackle, ft. P. Kinney, 0 feet,
8 inches, weight 208 pounds, ago 22.
Left guard, E. T. QlaBS, height 0
feet, 4 indhes, weight 210 pounds, ago
23
Center, H, O. Holt, height 0 feet,
weight 200 pounds, ngo 21.
night guard, G. A. Goss, height 0
feet weight 105 pounds, nge 21.
Itfght trickle, J, J. Hogan, height 5
feet, 10 inches, weight 100 pounds,
nge 25.
Kight end, L. L. Shovlln," height 5
feet. 0 Inches, weight 188. nge 10.
Quavtttfback, F. H. Itockwell, height
5 feet. 8 inches, weight 148 pounds,
age 21.
Left halfback, , G. B. Ghndwlck,
height C feet, 10 inches, weight 155,
pounds, aged 22.
Itlght halfback. H. G.' Metcaff,
height 5 feot( 8 inches, weight 151,
pounds, nge 20.
Fullback, Hi M. Bowman, height 5
fcetil inches; weight 174 pounds, ngo
25.
Hnrvnrd Bight ond, B. Bowditch,
0 feet, weight 173 pounds, nge 21.
night tackle, D. W. Knowlton,
height. 0 feet, 1 inch, weight 100
pounds, ngo 21.
Itlght guard, A- Marshall, height 0
feet, 4 inches, weight 211 pounds,
nge 21.
Center, W. S. Sugden, height 0 feet,
weight 205 pounds, ago 22.
Left gunrd, C. "A. Barnard, height 0
feet, 2 inches, weight 201 -pounds, ngo
22. - -
Loft tackle, C. A. Sllen, height (I
feet, 2 inches, weight 200 pounds,
age 22. (
Loft end, r. O. .Mllli, height 0 feet,
weight 187 pounds age 20.
Quarterback. O.'D. Marshall hoiHir
5 feet, 8 incheX 'weight 103 pounds,
ngo 20. T ,
Bight haifactt,,B.,1T. Putman.
hcigljt 5 feet, 11 Inches, weight 105
pouuds, ago 23, ,
Left halfback, K. J. Kernaii, height
0 foot, weight 172 pounds, age 21.
i anmFj 'Jty P. Graydon, height 0
"et, 1, incb,,w,elgbt 183 pounds, ago
TO CUM A COLD a OJTE DAT
Take Ixatlva Bromo-Qulnlue Tablet
Head Democrat liners.
Crovt's aitek loot Uver tUlM.
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PERSONAL NOTES.
Mr, and Mrs. H. Yi
Mt. Vcinon.
Bverett are In
JIlS. 0. 11. Raymond returned Friday
from nn Bastom trip.
Mr. A. D. Alexander has returned to
Akron nftor n lunlnn.. ,i
I. ' "- t - Hill ui nuuiu
length in Ponupsylvnnla.
mo De olf Hopper company went
to Youngstown over tho Krio at noon
Saturday.
Messrs. H. B. Hamlen and Francos
Selberltng wont to Newcastle, Pa., Fri
day, on business.
Mr. Max 8. Glover, of Youngstown,
wJII spend Thanksgiving day nt his
home, C27 B, Mill st,
Mr. L, James, of Warren, O, U
spending a fow days in tho city, sit
ing friends and relatives.
The Great Western band gao n
dance Thursday evening. About ono
hundred couples wevo piesonr.
Mrs. Dp, It. K. Hnydou, of Ohlcngo,
will spond Thnnksgtvlng at the homo
of bur mother, Mrs. K. A. Lawton,
141 Ooburn st.
Mr, and. Mis. J. BeGoIo of Youngs
town will spend Thanksgiving day
visiting nt tho homo of Mrs. E. A. Law
ton, 141 qpburn st
M.r, Kdwnrd A. Daqforth, of Now
York, left last evening for tho east,
nftor having spent n fow dnya visiting
old friends in Akroiw
Mr. R. B. Iluftrann, of Olovoland,
now attending Cnso School of Applied
Science, will spond Sunday in tho city
visiting frlonds nnd relatives.
Mr. Charles K. Campbell returned
to Akron InsP evening from Ashland,
0 whero ho has been on business
in tho interests of tho Faultless nub
ber Co.
Mls Ella Major was pleasantly sur
prised last ovenlnir bv n nartv nf ton
couples at tho homo of her mint, 1187
wimi nrpaawny. xney presontcd her
an opal rlnff. Light refreshments
Wvro aorved.
B. ic. Black received a telegram to
dBy announcing tho death of his father,
Paniel Black, of Mnusileld, O. Mr.
Black Was 80 years old and served in
08th 0. V. I, in the civil-war. Funoral
Bunday at 1 p, m. at his-lato residence.
The Phlloraathcan society of tho
High schopl entertained tho Academic
society In tho assembly room of tho
High school Friday. There wcro
about 200 present,. Tho reception was
informal, Tutro was music nnd dune
)ng and varjous' games.
The Zeto Alpha Epsllon fraternity
entortnlnefl at its club rooms in the
Everett bUlldlm? Vrldnv vannn
There wore ie,flQuples present. , Jen-
!
li-j JllkJl!lulJi!UlLMlW!iu
$212 fl WEEK
(hits thl; elccsnl TVatn-vrrlrjht
ujirlifht I'lano (cur own make).
nidi
GRADE
Send for Illustrated prospectus ot our
PIANO CLUB
plan, (no dfawlnjr, piano delivered it
once.) which enablci us to sell loo ol
the nboi! pianos jojf under regular
prices, and we charge yonribsolutely
NO INTEREST:
TB,.B DREttER'S sf.s
Tb blccut rUu Uonie la Hit irm. Zit 1 1SSS,
ThoJlrcado, Clovaland
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FIRE
INSURANCE
At Lower Rates.
,In nddition to the stock companies,
which wc now represent, . wl
havo been appointed ngents for tho
Knor, Ohio mid Mansfield Mutuaf Flro
Insuronoe Companies. Tho Knox was
chartered 1837, lias n cash surplus of
5114.50053. Their rate of n'ssessmeut
tor the' past 18 years has not exceeded
8 per cent., which means a saving of
40 per cent, on intes charged by stock
companies. If you conblder your rate
high, como und see us. Wo shall bo
pleased to give jou n list of our flro in
surance companies 15 in nil and ex
plain to you how we can savo you mon
ey.
THE GRAHAM-BAUM CO.,
Central Othco Block.
'Phone 270.
gtcssivo pedro vns played. Miss
Loulhe Horix won first nrize nnd MUsa
Camlllo Stayer wns awarded second
uuiiur. iteiicsnmenis wore servea ny
Cnterer Becker.
Misses Alllo Slavin, Mabel filelefolt,
Martha Lemnkn. Bessie Kann. Clnrn
ICllmwnchter and Stella Cadey held a
party Friday evening nt tho home of
Miss Catherine Ycnger. They woro
costumes that -ncro In stylo nearly
50 years ago. Miss Kano wore tho
dress her mother woro as n young
bride in Irqlaud moro than 30 years
ngo.
Tho members of the M. C. B. wnro
entertained by Misses Daisy Cod-
dlngton nnd Marguerite Fcddern at
their home. 320 Cuvahoca st.. on fh.
day evening. A mock w eddlng was tho
feature of the ovenlug. Soeral of the
young women were dtessed ns young
,nien and MIsi Martini Treesh was ch'os
eit as bride and Miss Jonntc Sauudots
n.i giooni. The other members of the
club picsent were tho Misses Mlnnlo
,8mith, Mary Wleland", Mnitha Mm
auardt, Blanch Whltlntch. Liliin Mnv.
phy, Cnuio Rogers, Ruth JSdwaids and,
Ainyme Kronan. MR Foltz, tho photog
rnphcr, took a fiash-llght picture just as
MISS CoddltlCtOII was nllOllt to nprfni-m
lyie wedding ceremony. Refreshments
were snrvpil nt 11 n'nlAnU I
Street Car Accident.
Pittsburg, Nov. 22,-xA) city bound car
overturned on Jackson St., Allegheny,
this morning. There were 3(1 In tho
car and most of thorn were hint, five so
seriously that they had to be taken to
the hospltnl. No fatalities.
BmH!-BEN
Restores Vitality, Feeds theTierves
and Makes blood.
It cures uhvro nil others fall,
loiing men will roenln thilr
ninnhoodnnd old men will re
cover tuoir youth (ill vigor by
itslni; Dni-llun,
it nota promptly nnd qutoUly,
restoring tho uurvous systoiu
wlilon tins been run donn by
excessive mental ork, orry
or exreascs. If jnu have any
doubt nhout liar-lion, ask nnv
p( tlio tlmusaiidsuhohnvatrled
It. It Is n suro cure for ncrv.
nusness, lost ltnllty, nightly
emissions, fnlllnu memory, a .
lcocele sleoplesanoss, dyspen.
slu and kidney illsnnse. It you
doubt, vrrlio for free snmple.
All drugRHti, 60 cents, or
mailed on receipt of prloe
Bar-Ben Remedies Co,, Cleveland, 0,
For Sale by ,7. M. Laffer, V. W. Al
breclit, Kaufmnnn Bros., Black, tho
Druggist, Dutt's Pharmacy, Haun &
McKcan.
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DOES NOT HAYE
THEM.WRITETO
NEAREST AGENCY
STAHDARDOUCqKDOHouHrATEM
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. 0. Ilaney, of Gonova, o., had
the pile? for forty years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting good.
tteWltt's Witch Hoel Salvo cunid
him permanently, Invaluable for
cuts, bruises, sprains, lacerations, cc
Eoinn, tetter, salt rheum, and nil other
skin diseases. Look for tho namo toe
Witt on tho package all others are
cheap, worthless counterfeits. For sale
by all druggists - .
A
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AKRON' DAILY DfeMoCfcAT
El -W&5i53terj?rjms
I "Git Ub Slaam"
lnorWaayour'
ENERGY VIGOR,
STRENGTH,
with
Wright's
Celery
Tea
It promotes health, creates'
I appetite, helps digestion, re
news vigor. .
Bold jn 28o nbd Mc boien.
At druggists or by mall.
Ttn.wni mHwium. .w.
Oolumbui, Ohio.
DEATHS. ,
CHAPIN Mrs. Anna Chapln, aged
35 years, wife of C. W. Chapln, 108
Blttnian st, died at the City bospltah
Friday, after '.S'brief illness.
PA8CHER Ernest Pascher, infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pascher,
C34 Allyn st, died Friday, of cramps.
Funeral services at tho residence Sun
day at 1:30 p. m. Interment In Mt
Pcnco cemetery.
A Guaranteed Curs tor Flltt.
Itchlnu, Blind, Bleeding nnd Protrndlnj
Piles. No euro, no pity, All druggists r
tuthorUed by the manufacturers of Paac
Ointment to refund tho money where it fstll
tocurenny cnso ot piles, no runtter of host
longstnndlng,' Oureaordtnsry oasis in st
layai thn wont onses In fourteen days. On
spplfcatlon Rives ease and rest. Relieves
Itohlng instantly. This 1s a now discovery
and It Is too only pile remedy sold on a post.
Ivo guarantee. nnpurn. no pay. Price 60o.
imm coif6
'Ali,. .
Merry Old Soul"
, And there has been
many another1 soul
' made merry while sit
ting by the heart
gladdening blaze of
our King Coal,
" And the or o ' who
t's'r'.palatctlckUnK dishes
V In mnirv. Tvblln ,
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who cnts is
of all. I
tne'rrlOTt
And this Sing Coal It the
Genuine Massttloa sold bj ni.
The Klages Goal & Ice Co
X Cor. Mill aa4 Prospsct sts.
Branch s-708( Bomb lir'oadnay.
PotU phones Ki
MfttH nhnnma 1Q
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Security
The City
National Bank
Offors many advantages to its
patrons, not tho least of which
aro absolute security to deposi
tors and to borrowers tho great
est llbctallty consftteut with
safety,
Sayings accounts In any amount
solicited.
Interest Paid
THE CITY, NATIONAL BANK
108 S. Howard st
Geo. W. CUOUSE, President
N. 0. STONE, Cashlor.
A Beautiful
Complexion
for every
lady who
UR68
Balm
of
Roses
tho ideal skin food that removes
pimples, blotches, black heads and
freckles. For sale by
J. C. DAY & CO.,
135 Sduth Howard t,
, 6j . .
GUILTY
h
Of Assault and Battery Verdict
, t - In Frye Case.
Samuel Fryo was fotmd guilty of as
sault afld b&ttcry, in Common Pleas
court, Friday afternoon. Tho Jury in
tlHrcaso.was out about three hours.
Fjy Is.a local coal idoalet and some
months ago ho was arrested on com.
plaint of tho mother of .eight-year-old
iitezio Dietrich who charged that ho
bad .criminally assaulted tho child.'
Tho triaj ,'ln Common Pleas court oc-cupied-the
greater part of three days
aud wasfought very stubbornly by
the defense. , ,
Special Music at First M. E.
Mrs. F A. Selbcrling will sing a
solo, in addition, to n hymn by an
octette, at tho First Mj E. church,
Sunday morning. Mrs. Grace Jones
will sing a solo In tho evening.
' Gave a Fish Fry.
Mr. W. E. Eckermnn gavo'n flsh fry
to his patrons Frldny evening, nt his
cafe, comer Mill and High sts,
BIRTHS.
ETTLING To Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ettllng, Harvard st, Nov. 21, a daugh
ter. BERGDOBF To Mr. and Mis. Mar
tin Bergdorf, 3W Cuyahoga st., Nov.
20, a son.
BUte of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, j "
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
tentor partner of the arm of if. J. Cheney ft
Co., doing business In tbe City of Toledo,
county and stato aforesaid, and that said
nnn will pay tbe sum of ONE UUNDHBD
DOLLARS for eaoh. and every oase ot ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by tbe use of
Hall'e Catarrh Cure. ,
FBANk J. OttENKTf.
Hworn to before roe and subscribed in -my
presence, this 8th day o f December, A.D. las.
( A. W. GLKABON,
iiicai. , Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
and acts directly on the blood nnd inuoou
surfaces of the system. Kt-ncl for tesilmon.
tsds, free. F. J. CHMNBY & CO.,
Boldbrdrugglsts.TSc.
BaUiraaafly Fills are the best,
INQUEST
Coroner E. O. Leberman began an
inquest, Saturday morning in the caso
of John P. Schnrff, who was instnutly
killed by electricity at tbo corner of
East Market and Main sts., somo timo
ago. Scharff touched n railing out
side Dettllng Brothers' saloon, which
had becomo charged In some
wny. A few witnesses wore examined
but as several important witnesses aro
qu.t of town, not a great deal of pro
gress was made. Tho Coroner will
not be teady for an opinion for sev
eral days.
Vienna, Nov. 22. A Danube steamer
crowded with work len sank oft Orso
va, a frontier town of Servla, on an Is
land in tho Danube, yesterday evening.
Thirty of thoso who woro on board
Were drowned. Owing to tho dnrkness
tho boats from tho shore were only able
to rescue five persons.
Just &. Reminder of the
Merit of Our
FNirDepart"
ment
BLACK BEAR
HAT STORE
Our lino of Furs has many spe
cial features of advantage. Ad
vantages that havo secured for
us a very largo proportion of
tho Fur business. Chief among
these Is quality. Wo havo the
qualities found only by very
careful selecting.
This Belqctlng must also "be
done at just tho right time to
attorn the beat combination of
quality and price. Another ad
vantage is tho liberal propor
tion of superior medium priced
furs of the better grade.
Wo invito inspection and
comparison.
B
yrider
& Bros.
Cor. Market and
Howard street
J
.
Baking
stands first.
A kitchen trial is
the
best test hot biscuits JUt
that will make your
mouth water.
"lilt MitkilHtm wMUiotctt."
EOO BARCtO JTOWDEK CO.
KEW TOBK
NO ALUM
sawi
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Celebrating Their 67th
Wedding Anniversary
;
I' ' ' ' ""I ' ' ' '
MR. AND MRS. A. C STOW.
The above is a picture of Sir. and Mrs. A. O. Stow, of Stow Comers, who,
are celebrating the b'tth anniversary of the,lr marriage today. The event
is one in which the entire population Of Stow township taktis especial in
terest nnd a very largo crowd is in attendance upOn tho celebration,,
which has taken the form of an lu- doors township picnic at the hbmo of
tho distinguished couple.
Ayers
Our Medium Gloss
Finish
Is the Very Best and Is a
, Winner
TRY IT
The Akron
L&uncL y
Wagons Everywhere.
PHONES
V-
From 8 to 12
.NTKRBST
Wo guarantoo to pay this interest on any amount as wo arc in a posi
tion to accommodato all. Call and got full particulars as to ourbusiness
methods. t AULTMAN BROS.
OFFICE 118 Hamilton Building, - AKRON. OHIO
People's phgno 778. OPEN EVENINGS,
ST. JACOBS OIL
SPARE
SUFFER
RHEUMATIC PAINS
Harriraan, Tenn., Nov. 22, Vcss Jen
kins and wife Mary wero found guilty
and sentenced to be hanged at Kings
ton, Friday," for tbo murder, by poison'
lng, of Mart Fleming, Mm Jenkins'
tftf-d
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8ATU11DAY, NOV. 22, 1002.
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leavening power
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Hair Yjyor
Your gray hair shows you
should use it unless you
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first husband. Jenkins wns married to
Mrs. Flemlnir two weeks after Fleml
lng8 death. Fleming's body was exl
humea nua enougli nrsenic found lnuitj
stomach to kill naif a dojien man.
Tbit slpiatoro is on every box ot tho genutu
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