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AKRON DAILY, .DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, DBO. n, 1001 lirni H, IllCfl Hi tllE IV. ft W"' SK THE DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, DEO. 3, 1002 Tho Mayor of Asbury Pnrk, N. J., hnsTcslgncd bccauso ho wns ashamed to hold tlio placo any longer. This Is IhG first tltuo within tho history of the town that ho has been out of public of fice, No such tenderness of heart was ever observed In Akron. '.The sogaclty of n number of Ilcpub llcan newspapers has lately blossomed forth In tho discovery that tho wago In creases being made by the railroads wilt bo paid by the public through In creased freight rates. This Is true, and It serves ns a splendid Illustration of how tho public Is also obliged to pay tariff rates through Increased prices. President Itoosevelt, In his messaga to Congress says: "There Is n growing tendency to provide for the publication of masses of documents for which there U no public demand and for tho print ing of which there Is no public neces sity." Tlicro cannot, however, bo drawn from this tlio luforenco that tlio President Is down on that magnificent fireside periodical, tlio Congressional Jlccord, which may properly bo clintsf fled ns a work of necessity nnd mercy n. necessity In that It keeps tlio pcopla light and gay, and morclful because It 'doles out publicity to (joins of thought that might otharwlso sparkle unseen. It Is gratifying to know that two moTO of Akron's rubber Industries are to bo enlarged, plans having been com pleted for n largo addition to tho plant of tho Faultless Ooinpmij, and land having boon bought upon which tobulld n addition for the Flrostono Tiro Sc Rubber Company, At present the 11. F. Goodrich Co. Is putting the finish ing touches to a big addition, and tho Goodyear Tiro & Itubber Company Is at work on another. A slto has also been purahnsed by tho B. F. Goodrich Company for an experimental plant, nnd nearly ovcry rubber Industry In the city seeing to bn preparing to expand Its business. Tho rubber Industries have contributed much to Akron's greatness. LOST HORSE AND BUGGY And Was Arrested For Intoxica tion, All on Same Night. Mlebnol Dunn, gray luiired and very Indlguant ut being urrested for Intoxi cation, kopt tho l'rlsonkeeper ami tho rest of tho prisoners awake Tuesday night, until Dunn had recovered milll cloutly to bo released on ball. He com plained that his horso and buggy had been stolen ami It wau while searching for tho rig that ho took on tho drinks that led to bis arrest. Nearly 70 was found in Duiiii'h pockets when ho was smirched after his arrest. Ilo n lined $ nnd costs for Intoxication In Pollen court Wnilnosdny morning. "I lost my horso and buggy anil got arrested be nldos," ho lamented, Hero re Court opened. Winter time Is tho Unto you realize, through the sensitiveness to cold, liow good or bad your blond Is. It's the time when llngeo's Cordial of Cod I.Iv or OH Is most needed to multiply the Httlo red corpuscles, so necessary to rich, red, healthy blood, full of nntural heat. NEW PLANT Of Camp Rubber Co, Started Tuesday. Tho Oainp Itubber Co., of Ashland, whoso headquarters nre In this city, Htnrtod Its now plant at that place Tuesday. Tho olllco will shortly bu re moved to Ashland. TIiIh company will nuiku a specialty of manufacturing rubber horso collars, but will also bn In tho markot for soft rubbor gocrts. TONSiUNE J i n perfaot faintly roiuoity (or thronl litwoo-Horo Til rout, rjoru Mouth nmt i nmt itu Uuinjy qulcKiy yiMii to its virtue, not slow and tedious in its mm lmoitlr itun tiunnloiM. 1 bio nnd modi bufcRtvoinlmoitlr limit relief. Tonalllna lfloutlroly tiannloiM. It mumlg alonoai rt romarUutilo nnd moriurn euro (or SORE THROAT and all similar trouble". ad AND DOO AT ALU DKUOaiqTO. smsoHsiLctnco, carton, o. H J-. u i-H.! ( ytimtiHitiiiMwwH :: Wise & Otherwise HWfttlttHltltUHtH Football togs uro now valuable ns relics only. Tho President's message .was n very warm essay. Tho Police nro glad to bo nblo to get Into their winter caps, ' Nearly tlmo for Chief Durkln to "tako u Sunday walk" again. - With Cnpt. C. a Ucuncr in the race for Solicitor there'll be some hustling. tt Tho really popular man Is he who has nlco now calendars to give nwny. fl it Is gratifying U know thnt Gen. Dick Is to run Congress, snmo as usual. Our estcomed contemporary, tho Con gressional Record, Is back In harness again. In Congross It Is cnlled "appropriat ing." In certain otlicr places the term Is grand larceny. If Co'ngrcss follows every suggestion offered by tho President, It will Indeed be a busy body. -X- -X- About tlmo for another lawyer to come Into Police court mid take a full out of n fov ordinances. -f Now comes tho time when the wis dom of storing away chestnuts and walnuts u few months ago becomes ap parent. Tbo now City Prison will not bo the least Important Improvement that will come In tho building of new things In tho city. . The. attack of Congress upon tho trusts Is now on and small boys and cripples would do well to got outside tho ropes. -f An entiro village in Pennsylvania VMS recently sold by the sheriff. Ilnr licrton might do well to chain herself down nl once, X- Nathan O. Mather will bo content to run for City Solicitor. So also will Harlow W. Loonils and Clydo F. IJcery, and a whole lot more. -X- -X-As a captain of Industry, Mr. M. O'Noll Is In tho very front rank, local ly, though he permits his achievements to spenk for him entirely. Wouldn't It bo n Joko If all tho young li w students about to be admitted to tho Hnr were to return with their sheep skins nnd run for City Solicitor' tt -f V; "Blowing One's Own Horn" Is popu larly considered to bo In bad tasto, yet how would tho fish man bo able to got along If ho did not do that very thing? X- The polecat Is protected by tho game laws of Ohio. It has always been tho general opinion that this animal was nblo to tako euro of itself. Youngs town Telegram. The regular annual frequency of wrecks on tho Great Lakes Is begun. Insurance companies will see that tho annual "closo of navigation" arrives earlier If tho Iorhoh continue. X- -X- Over In Youngstowif at present thcro seems to bo n vigorous rivalry on be tween tho ministers and tho newspa pers to fceo which Is doing the greater work for tho advancement of Christi anity. X- -V Reports from Europe Indicate that the Maccdnnlnu and Turkish troops are mixing things near tlio llulgarlan border. Excellent chanco for some person of energy and enterprise to get kidnaped. In these days of "nearsllk" and "nearseal," and oleo that Is somewhere "nearhuttor," It will not be surprising If some enterprising Yankeo Invents u substitute fuel thnt Is "near coal," If the prices in that commodity keep up. Tlioro should be a Knelety formed for tho purport of giving rewards to the moil who "turned over a now leaf" i last Now Year's, and Imvo succeeded j In keeping the page elenu. It Is sug-1 gested that not a great many prizes would bo needed In nny community. X- -X-The achievement of tbo horso thief who escaped very cleverly from the Sheriff at Ashland Is almost on a par with tho performance) of a Summit county prisoner at the Canton work house, who escaped from thnt Institu tion some tlmo ago, and stolo tho blood hounds that were set upon his trull. It Is perhaps politic not to comment on tho close of tho hunting seiiboii. Tho subject Is decidedly unpleasant to hoiuo local sure nhots who trumped many miles, saw no game, and llred I tried Presto md 8oi Mthteo Ave Chlc jo, Nov, 3, away their ammunition at n piece of paper stuck nga.nst a stump. X- A conservative thinker advises folks to hang up their darkest stockings on Christmas eve. Ho believes that some of tho gaudy hosiery that Is fash ionable at tho present tlmo might frighten Sautn Claus' reindeer nnd dis turb tho old fellow's schedule by caus ing a runaway. fl it was 7: 10 p.m. by tho large clock on tho wall upstairs at the t'nlon depot. Tho telegraph Instruments ticked on unceasingly. "Tlng-a-llng" went the telephone bell. Tho knight of tho key answered tho 'phone without nny great haste. "Is tho 11. & O. train west on time?" came a question from a womnn. "Yep; goes at 7:30," was tho answer. "Can I catch it?" came tho second question, nlmost before tho reply to the first had been given. "Yep, if you run fast enough." Then cnino a ilow of angry words from the other end of tho lino. "Whew," said the telegrapher, as ho hung up the receiver, "I'll never tell a woman to run for a train again." Ah It Is not known whether tho woman was in Kenmore or East Akron or on the West Side or somewhere else, whether she caught tho train or not is unknown. -X- SALTED BY FIRE. Not to forget, oh God, Tho chrism of pain, Tho suffering thnt rent My heart In twitln. Strength to remember, Lord, And still to live, This Is the boon I iiuploro That Thou wilt give. -ADAH LOUISE SAALFIELD. -X- CHANGE SORROW INTO SONG. Change sorrow Into song for song bath wings To mount o'er earthly things. Up, up, nnd upward still, she feoareth high Into the nzuro sky. Chnngo sorrow Into song for light sho IS A SERIOUS MATTER Tho Most Serious and Fatal Disoases Arlso From In digestion. Chronic Indigestion or dyspepsia, while a very common trouble, has for some time been looked upon by nblo phjslcliiiis us u serious thing, nnu thnt no tlmo should be lost in treating It properly ut the start, becauso recent researches have shown that the most serious, fatal and lucurnblo diseases have their origin In slmplo dyspepsia or Indigestion. Diabetes Is simply one form of Indi gestion, the sugar nnd starchy food not being assimilated by tho digestive organs. In Urlght's disease the nlbu nieii Is not properly assimilated. While consumption nnd dyspepsia are twin diseases, It Is beyond question thnt dyspepsia makes a fertile soil for the seeds of consumption. Rut the trouhlo has been to find a lomedy thai could ho depended upon to cure dys- pepsla, at It Is notoriously obstluute and difficult to cure. This bus been tho qncstlon which bus puzzled physicians nnd dyspeptics alike, until tlio question was solved three yenrs ugo by the appearance of a new dlocovory In the medical world known ns Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which It was claimed wns a certain, relluhle cure for eery form of mom uch trouhlo. l'hysleluns, however, would not ac cept uncli statements without first gl lng the new remedy many tests and carefully observing results. For three jenrs tho remedy has been thoroughly tested In every section of the country, and with surprlilng and satisfactory results. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets enn be honestly claimed to bo a specific, a rad ical lasting cure for Indigestion in the Mirlous forms of add dyspepsia or sour Rtomnch, gas or wind on tho Mom uch, too much bile, undue fullness or pressure after eating, and similar symptoms resulting from dlsurdeicd digestion. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets -were not placed before tho public until this threo jeurH' trial loft no doubt ns to their wiliio, uiid they have recently been placed In tho trudo and can bo found mi Mile at all druggists at tho nominal price of no cents per package. No extravagant claims are made for the remedy, it will not cure rheuma tism, pneiimonluj typhoid fover nor a nj thing but Just what It Is claimed to cine and that Is every form of stom ach trouble. No dieting Is necessary, good w holesomo fowl and plenty of It and jmi may reHt assured that Stuart's Djupepslu TablelH will digest It Drug gluts claim for It that It Is a pleasure to recommend it to dyspeptics, becauso It Riws Much universal satisfaction. found It very good. It mikes delicious psstry. Is n excellent preparation, 1 wonder whu they will Ret uo ip. (Slgn.d) Attna Btcriow, mi employ ot floats- 4 And flings her liquid notes Down through the ether, like a golden ray, Or ralnbow-Hnted spray. Chango sorrow Into song nnd bid her soar Till earth be'seen no more. But call uer soft (lest sho escapo theo then) , To thine own heart again. Elizabeth French In Springfield' (Mass.) Republican. BOYS Thomas Mill, WANTED at Phillips Paper NO LIMIT Placed on Opportunities Girls. or (Special Correspondence.) Cuyahoga Falls. Dec. 3.-Tho Falls Success club met Tuesday evening hi the Sunday school rooms of tho Congre gational church, nnd tho following pro gram was carried out: Misses Lena Peebles and Virginia Rucklln each sang n solo; recitation, Dcithn I'rlcci debates, "Resolved, That girls should not seek employment In offices nnd fac tories," afilrmative, C. II. Smith; nega tive, .Tesslo Freemnn; decided In favor of negntlvo. "Resolved, Thnt Inherited wealth Is a hindrance to success," nf Urinative, Vf. B. Freeman; negative, C. Nlhouson. This wns so closely contest ed that no decision wns given. A Timely Suueestlon. This Is tho season of the year when tho prudent and careful housewife re plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is certain to bo needed before tho winter Is over, nnd results nre much limn piompt mil sat isfactory when It Is ki-pt on hand and given ns soon as the cold Is contracted and before It has become ettled In tho system, in uimom rvi- j nmwuitu u severe cold may be warded off by tak ing this lomedy freely ns soon ns tho first Indication of the cold appears. There Is no danger in giving It to chil dren for It contains no harmful sub stance. It Is plcnsant t.i tuko both adults and children like It Buy It and you v 111 get tho best It always cures. For sale by nil druggists RECOVERING. Mr. Ritchie Is Now Out of Danger. Will Soon rBc Removed to , Home. His Mr. S. ,T. nitchio, of Tnllmadgc. who has been confined to his room at tho Umpire house since- Friday night as the result of an attack of oeulo Indi gestion, Is rapidly recovering. Dr. II I. Cozad. who Is attending Mr. Hltchle, stnted Wednesday that ho Is ' " "" V.'J T"'': .... ..ii. ... .Ul. IbltlMIU Hll'l IHIVVII r......w..j ... Friday evening while In the dining room of the hotel. Ilo left the dining I room nnd went to urn room, swung to Clerk Ilutton, that ho was not feeling well, A short time after reach ing his room he was seized with In tenso pains and Drs. II. I. Cozad and V. W. Leonard were hurriedly sum moned. Until yesterday Mr. Itltchlo was tin nblo to take any food. In conscuenco ho was left In a wry weakened condi tion and coull not bo taken to his homo. Dr. Cozad, the attending physician, stated that while Mr. Itltchlo sufforod great pain, his condition was not nt any tlmo serious, although tho attack left him In a very weak condition. As soon as ho regains sufilclcnt strength ho will bo taken to his homo In Tull madgc. General Nash Dead. Columbus, O., Dec. fi Urlgadlcr Oen eral William II JS'nsh, a retired ofllcor of tho Unltod Suites army, died at his homo Tuesday morning. Sciatic rheu matism was tho cauHO of bis death. Wagon Upset. One of the large wagons of the American Cereal Co. wns overturned this morning nt Mill nnd Howard sts. nud caused a delay of about 20 minutes to tho street car trntllc. No damage re sulted, however. Famous Lawsuit Called. Indianapolis, Dee. U Tho famous caho of Editor D a. Jennings, formerly of Salem, this state, but now of t'oluin- It neit. Mr., n, K, rIrbnV, Miller's A dual College 1 i Tho largost, tho best, the most practical, tho standard shorthand and bookkeoping systems.' Consider thoso facts when investigating. Visit us and bo convinced that this is tho collogo to attend. , E. E. Workman, PROP. . O. O. F. Temple People's phone, 301. THE INGERSOL DOLLAR - - - It's a lucky boy who finds nn Ingersol In his stocking on Chrlstmns morning. It's real value for dally service Is out of all ptoportlon to Its moderate cost. Gunmntced to keep tlmo for one year. GEO. S. DALES & CO. Both Phones. 229 S. Howard St. 228 S. Main St bus, Ohio, to recover $i!00,000 damages from KU V. Meniiugh and others nt Salem, alleging that he wns whltecup ped and driven out ns the victim of a conspiracy because ho could not bo MRS. MAY DOHSE, CHICAGO, ILL. CONDUCTRESS (President) of the Marys of tHc LaKe, Catholic Order of Foresters. 1 l.n..A tnm .,. 1.A...-.1 nrnA lliinrr. really knew how excellent n remedy it is, until last full when 1 uecaino sua dealy chilled when 1 was out and not clad warm enough. Unfortunately it happened at a time when eery woman should use extra precaution against colds. As a consenuenco the functions of Nature stopped and although I thought little of it at the time 1 soon found that it wai much mora borions than 1 had anticipated. 1 did not beek medical lusutnnco until over a month had passed and 1 had found no relief. I had tcrrililo cramps nnd palm!, intense backacho nnd dizzy spells. The doctor said m ilamination had set in nnd prescribed for me. Hut nothing seemed to help 1 U(kU HFl ltlMO ll-., Krvi. .mii.ku me. Heading your Almanac-1 soon uecamo nueresicu in mu m uuiuu,. I then reuicuibeicd licm-ing bouio of my lady friends telling how grand it was. I then dismissed my doctor and decided to try Wmo of. Urdiu. I y no a to took it for threo weeks anil my great uec no more palm, whatever. I am suro are daily dally suffering as I did, who do not tueaol would say: "Stop paying To thrao I would snv you know nothing oti stop leiung um if ti.om ,im,H imnw what reallv a!U ou know nothing of; strength and your money and tako Wino e Cardui. After you havo taken ono bottle of Wine of Cardui you will feci so much better and you nro sure to ho cured if human skill can cure. It is cheap to make the experiment any how and tako my word for it, you will not regret It." I am glad to gun you this unsolicited testimonial, glad to do my little to show my appre ciation nnd only hope- it may be tbo means of advising soino poor sutler lug women, and may help them from dally misery to health and happiness. &st- SO delicately poised aro the or gans of womanhood that even blight neglect nnd exposure result in serious trouble. Few women regard first menstrual irregularities sorioiu enough to require medical attention. Consequently from little irregularities serious troubles grow. Women are usually too modest to tell these troubles to a doctor. Wine of Cardui can bo taken In the privacy of your home. If your trouble is just WINE of says of We carry a very large and well selected line of Gas Fixtures i a i faUUWt& WE CAN SAVE CHINA DEI The Upham handled to suit tho fancies of men In that section, will bo cnlled tomorrow In the Federal Court. Tho suit was filed ono year ago. One hundred and more witnesses are expected to respond. 10 Chestnut Place, Chicago, Ili... March 12, 1902. nf vritir inn (if Caftlut. SV but never w J"--- -- . . , joy I toanu renei OradualW the auio once more regular and suffcrjsl there arq hundreds of women who know winch way to turn for rtlitt. doctors' bills and taking medicine- uociursejoviiHitiii, j their natients. Stop wasting your beginning you have no excuso not to tko this remedy today. It is easy to tako and thero is no publicity in tho treatment. If your cao lias been long running and doctors cannot help you, read what Mrs. Dohso says and remember that thousands of Eo-cullod "honelem" cases have been cured by Wino of Cardui. Wine of Cardui will completely cure nino out of ten cases and it will benefit every case of female troubles. CARDUI Wsdch - fc. SBMk. B1BBBBB AK3B We put them up FREE OF CHARGE Mantles, Globes, Burners, Portable Lamps, etc. I S )' Jj stf&W ZZpr WJ YOU MONEY ON GOODS PABTWIENT, - Brouse Co. On Friday, December 5th, we will soil one hundred and fifty "Daisy" Bissoll Carpet Sweepers for 9 cents each. Only ono to a customer. Out out this advertisement and bring with you. Our lino of holiday goods is replete with usual and in oxponsivo gifts. Soloct what you wish and wo will store, fceo of chargo, and deliver whenever you dosiro. Fancy Kockcrs, from ?2.0S to $20. Odd pieces for the parlor, from $3.18 to SoO. Ladies' Desks, from $1.25 to $3S. Combination Ilookcascs from $0.85 to $33. THE KIRK CO. Everything for the Home, 125-127 S. Howard St. CASH OU CREDIT. Masonic Notice Thero will be a rpeclal communi cation of Akron lodge, No. 83, P. & A. M. Thursday, Dec. 1, at 7 o' clock p. m. Work In E. A. degree. All Masons aro cordially Invited. R. 11. WILSON, W. M. Attest, A. E. IIOACII, Scc'y MUSICAL NEWS. The conservatory of music estab lished by the It. V. nnrbaugh Music House Is now ready to give Instruc tion In all kinds of Instrumental music. This branch of tho business Is under tho ablo llrectlon of V. U. Palmer, lender of tho Eighth Regiment band. Tho studio will bo opon ovory Cay nnd those doslrlng Instruction should call on Mr. Talmer at tho It. P. Har biiugh Music House, Waish block, as soon ns possible. Special teachers for different instru ments will bo nt your service. Anything In music or musical Instru ments furnished on short notlco. Wo cniry a full lino of A. V. CHASE and SCHILLER pianos, also THE SMITH LYItAVHONE, tho most per fect piano player manufactured, Tuning nnd repairing of nil klndi. THE n. P. HAnBATjaH Music Houso. 101 S. Main. Walsh blacK. I'eoplo's phono 010. . i Concert Mnlu street M, 13. Church, tonight. glr Jb m '!p 83' ..' '''UM. .;-; f'if in -The HO ToS&fl Company Whatdoesw cook a&y? i.