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'''fTWPJI V tpQ !!, J "T""""1 AKRON DEMOUIIAT, TUUltSDAY, DEO. i, 1002. HE .er 'But I P.' fc I. i'tl lin iln Dyspepsia? Don't lay it to your wlfo's cooking. It's your liver, lake a good liver pill, a vegetable pill This Is Our Kind of Weather You Should SeeOur HEAVY- BOX CALF and ENAMEL SHOES. & Thoy are the kind and warm. Our $4.00 Waterproof Shoes are all that the name E. C. WILDES, H 113 MILL ' . . . ces On Small Monthly Payments Mike 11 siiiiill iii. incut clow n. Ilir icst on small hionthly pnymonts Ulilll paid for. Nothing is moio ntli of jour consideration thnn the welfare of your eyes. The trouble tlml toiliiy Is small nml tnnlly loniedlcd, If nojtlPi'ti'd limy go beyond h1 mpln measure You Mill bo wise to go and have your eyes examined S. J. FREEMAN 1 10 SOUTH HOWARD ST., Upstairs Office Hours S n 11. III. lo 1- III. to H ) ...l -. 't .. 4 . . . 4 -,.... . . .. . d. . . 4 .$.-. . Cliristraas G4bTZ 7 LE$K tloorri, any one of whioh wouM make tin ideal gift. Tho dosins aro all 119W nhcl prices vftry roiiHonnblo. You can soloot your giftB now and wo will store thorn until you aro ready. vuxaSut 182 S. ... .. -.- .- ', Serious Railway Wreck. Chattanooga, Twin , Hoc :t sit. lous wreck occurred near Kuuhrlght, Twin,, this morning A passenger tuilii oil tho Queen iV CrOkiPiit. southbound, J bftn!ker should always Btand ready to holp ovory dosorving customer of hlb bank not only with good advioo but with .:"flnanoial support." No worthy oustomor lias over beon turnod away from The Central Savings yRead ThisX 1 Bank J riyers t:'' How is your FOOTWEAR ? X i S A that keep your feet dry $ Implies. MEN'S SHOE STORE STREET. y. --- - '0 rt j fioo of charge, at t 111. Katuulay evening to 10. Sundays 10 Hell plump Cheiry, 11. . d. - . V iL Should bo solocted now. LesH than four wcoks until gift giving timo, and to intorost you in timo and avoid that luto rush, wo want you to oomo bhoro tomorrow and see tho imruonao lino of Rockers and Combination Bookcases which wo havo just placed on our saAai tjmtr J&a JBaJL Main st. o iIiip III this city at 0:30. ran Into a fi eight tar, killing tlio llrcinaii and In Jurlng several passengers. Smonil ci uehes worn dltehod and two are bin n ll.g. TWO Of'tllO POIU'llt'8 were llllod Wtli Nortliprn Iioino-Rpcliprrt, taUlnud vantiiKfi of llio colonist rates for tbo west. Women lovo a clpnr, healthy com plexion. I'nro blood pinkos it Uurdock lllood llltleiH lmikoH puro blood, It Ourej Coli), Cousin, Bore Throat, Croup, ln(ln en, WhooplnR UouhU, Uroncbltlt and Athm. A certain f ura for Ovrumiiptlon In flrtt Ur;o, nnd nro rdlf f In advanced tni;e. Uo at ouco. You will )o the CICtlltnt cflrct nflrr tnHin. Ihn EGGS CAME TUMBLING AFTER Annoying Mishap to an Absent Minded Barbertonian. (Special Correspondence, llarberton, O., Dec. 3 It wan Into Tuesday afternoon. Haiti was falling and pools of water had gathered on tho sidewalk. A man with a basket of eggs on his arm was hurrying along Tuscnr awas nvo., on tho south side. Near Third St., there Is a large pleco of Mag ging lying on the sidewalk, whlrh was originally Intended for the Intersection at Third st. and Tuscarawas ave. Not noticing tlio flagging tho man stum bled and fell headlong luto a pool of water, while tlio eggs went crashing on the pavement. (Special Correspondence narborton, 0., Dec. 3 Quick action on the part of Officer ColUm averted n had runaway Tuesday afternon. A team of horses belonging to A. II. Smith, the Akton piano dealer, started down Tuscarawas nvo. without n driver. At Third St., Otlleer Colton lushed out Into thu street, Jumped Into the wagon and stopped tho horses be fore any damage was done. (Special Correspondence, llarberton, O., Dec. 3 "Iletivcn in tho next worfd Is all right, but let n hnvo a gllmpso of It down hole." This Is ono of tho sentencos on tho raids sent out by Hov. 13. K. Crawford, pas tor of tho Church of Christ, lio Is de livering a serlos of Suiiduy ovenlng Ice tureH on timely subjects. Last Sunday evening his subject was, "How Can tho Church Settle tho Labor Problem?" The other subjects are: Dec. 7: "How Cnn the Church Kettlo tho Trust Prob lem?" Dec. II: "How Can Uie Olmrch Settle tho Saloon I'loblem?" Dec. 21: "How Can tin.' Church Settlu tho Poli tical Problem?" (Special Correspondence llarberton, O. Dec. 3-Mr. Jt. D. Cas sel, of ClreejiNburg, Pa., who Is Inter ested In tho Pittsburg Vnlvo As Fittings Co.. Is here. Mr. K. G. Dower and Mr. Clyde Turner wore tho guests of llarberton. f i lends for the past few days. Messrs. J. I J. Collins anl John Paul were In Canal Diner, Tuesday. Miss Ithillo Mceks returned Tuesday fnm a visit In Tifllii. Dr. H. 8. Barrlck has gono to Colum bus to attend a meeting of tho Stnto Dontul society. Mrs. Ilarrlck Is visit ing her parent at Newark. What Shall We Have for Dessert? This question arises in tho family every day. Lot us answer it to-day. Try a delicious nnd healthful dessert. Pro pared in two minutes. No boiling I no baking add boiling water nnd set to cool. Flavors: Lcmoii, Orange, Rasp berry and Strawberry. Get a paclcago nt your grocers to-day. io cts. Mr. Ilonnc. Reader ami Entertainer, at the Hrst Baptist Church Thursday night. HATCHET USED. Syrians Had a Brisk Fight Sev eral Arrests. Sjilans, from tho Lebanon moun tains, numbering nearly n score, were at Police headquarters Monday, ami all of them tried to tulk at onco, In explaining to the Chlof of Police how it hupupitcd that they had a light at their resldonee at tho corner ot Pur mice and North Howard sis., whure ono of them was cut over tho left eyo with it hatchet. Thoy all llo together, and rent their quarters from Jacob PfcliVor. Thera bus been n sort of rivalry between members of tho household nnd they hine fought repeatedly and nmdo much nolhP. As a result of the light lles Gxirgo, Alloa Jacob, Ueorgt. ,la cob uiui Mil;,, Abdullah wore placed uu der arrest and charged with assault and battery on George Toinas, tho com patriot who iccclvud tho blow or tho eje with the hatchet. The four voro aiialgnnl In Police court Tuesday, and all pleaded not guilty. Owing to the fact that Tonins, the victim of tho assault, was unable to leave his lipil Tupsdaj, tho cases were continued to Tlitiihtiny and bond placed at ?00 In each ciinp. To Elect Officers. l'ioldent Council, No. in, Iloynl Aicaiium will hold a business meeting In A. It. hall at 7::t0 tonight and elect now olllcers for the ensuing M-ar One now member will also bo Initialed into tho order tonight. FIGHT OVER BEER i" ' Resulted In the Shooting of a Little Child. Seottiinio, Doc. 3.--A Swede named Kdward Young, who resides Just ninth of town, hired a liorso nnd buggy nt a local llery xtitlilo yestorday evening ti'V the purpose, as he stated, of taking IiimIiIIiI to a physician In Mount Pleas nut SpmuiiI hours aftorwaid the rig was luoiight to tho staulo by a police, man A waii'liing party started out and on tho kmiI near Overton tho cbjld was found in a fence corner, almost frozen to death ami with n bullet hole In tho left breast Iu n houwi nearby Young was found In a wml-cousclous condi tion. At the hearing It Ucvolopca that gv '' ing on way oi wasmng Young had , gone to Mount Pleasant and purchased a keg of beer nnd on tho road homo was attacked n n party (jf negrqes. in tho melee sever al shots wero llred, one of which struck the child. Tho horse was frlgliteued and ran ofT, tin owing Young and the child out. A warrant will bo issued for the ar lest of tho negroes. DEATH Of a Man Prominept In Theatrical Circles. New York, Dee. i! Thomas Henry l'leneh. publisher of plays, iliniiuitlc tvejit, and theatie manager, died In his apartment In Delmonlco's nt i'orty fnm th St., and I'ifth ave, last night, fioni pailllisls. He had been 111 llilr teen days. He was fil years old He pioduced "White Lies," "Sliver King." and "Little Lord Kauntleroy," and or ganized the Lillian Itussell Opera Co. Ho was concerned In biluglng to HiIh country such plays as "The Prlee of I'ice," "Heaiitj and the llnist," and ' When Hearts uro Tiuinps.'' .Wlf ItMmr wsRBM&msmm I " The Perfect PURE, PALATABLE, Millions Are Eating MA - 1, & 5lv Malta-Vita Is so prepared as to be easily digested and assimilated by old and young, tick or well. Large packages at 1 5 cents at your grocers. MaltaVita Pure Food Co., Buttle Creek, Michigan Toronto, Canada Y A Story Withoxrtjf that every woman will rcadilv read. the line before nine is a feat that's a treat to those who use Walker's Soan. ciotues witn the least amount of Cleans your clothes without rubbing, boiling, juring the bands or finest fabrics. Contains no animal creases. Read the Wash Without Work,'' on the game rooster trade ' "" well worth reading. Money to Loan tfLS&Ss? Our plan Is the fairest and most convenient to borrowers. Wo loan fioni $10 to $200 on household furniture, pianos, organs, to icmiiln undisturbed In owner's possession. Loans to be icturncd In small, easy payments. Trans ctlons strictly private. No expense unless loan Is made. Information cheerfully given. Private rooms. Our rates arc the lowest. You will Und it to your advantage to deal with us. Wo also loan to salaried people of good character holding permiiuont positions, upon their individual notes, without other secu rity. People's Loan Co., J-L- l0lJSE Peoples Phone 997 302 Walsh Block Hear Mrs. Wanamaker and Miss Martin In the beautiful sacred cantata " The Holy City." First Baptist Church Thursday nlyht. 28 People Drowned. Swansea, Dec. 3 Itrignntliio Bryn lor put back to this poit today, having Food" for Brain LTA - VITA ''The Perfect . i.i...iJ!jMWir.i:?i,J1KVi: 7UTV7.iv!?!HP7fPRnPa tt'WWawfc. LKjriii?: y flaaiift n j ; i WiiMiMfcMillliiwIfcilMM POPULAR gm I Removes fiie Cause of Dyspepsia and insomnia Malta-Vita is the vital, the life-giving food; the invigorator oi brain and body. Malta-Vita is rtch in phosphates, or brain food Malta-Vita is tho original and only perfectly cooked, thoroughly malted, flaked and toasted whole wheat food. Mnlta-Vlta contains all of the gluten of the wholo wheat, and is the peer of all prepared foodi as a bone and muscle builder. Perfect Health is Sustained by a Perfect Food Malta-Vita, "the perfect food," eaten for breakfast and supper, insiiros perfect diges tion, and removes all causes of Insomnia and dyspepsia, ooofthe ills of life are due to poor digestion. Perfect health, sound restful sleep, clear complex!on,bright eyes, clean, white teeth, sweet breath, are the blessings that follow a regular diet o( Alnlta-VIU. Deware of Imitations. Insist on getting Malta Vita, "the perfect food." Requires no cook ing, always ready to eat, "m Wash The nnlv storv. "I wrapper met with terrlltc gales In the liny of Biscay. It repotted that the steamer Neptune, of llllluo, was wrecked In a galo which blew away her funnels and ventilators. Waves extinguished Urea In thu engine room of tho Neptune and pincllcally nmdo hera a total wreck l'lve of 1he Ncptunp's passengers wer rescued by the Brynmor, tlvo have dls appeared in a small boat, and 28 others mo known to have been drowned. and Muscle Food" or iu- m alkali low to 25 with the A mark: it is I Do You Want To Borrow Money at Rates You Can Afford to Pay? Then como In nnd ask us how much you can got by paying back J-2.B0 each month for 12 months. ?3.20 each month for 12 months. $1.75 each month for 12 months. $ft.50 ench month for 12 months. $7.50 each month for i'Z months. fl).50 each month for 12 months. 511,50 ench month for 12 mouths. $12X0 each month for 12 months. $15.50 each month for 12 mouths. ?17.50 each mouth for 12 lnoifths. $20.50 each month for 12 months. $22.50 each mouth for 12 months. $25.00 each month for 12 mouths. We loan money lu nny amount from $10.00 to $500.00, on Household good'. Insurance Policies, Horses, Wngous, Carriages, etc., at lower rates and for longer time Ulan any other loan com pany In tlio city. Wo also loan on real estate. THE AKItON SECUniTY As LOAN COMPANY, noil 87. Nathan M. Berk. People's 85. 103 S. Howard St iiarperN KENTUCKY WHISKEY) for Gentlemen1 wlio cherish ' X Quality. Loans On watches, Jewelry nnd other prop erty, low commission, all transactions strictly confidential. For the Holidays Wo can offer you a lot of bargnlus In Jewelry and watches. If you deal with ub ouco you will like our mothods. Our way of doing business ill (tors from others and our customers nlwnya go nway batldlleu. AMERICAN LOAN & IN VESTMENT CO. South Howard st. People's Phone 1106 IS BABY SICK? Sutlfrtn from the UU ot cMllhoml-Collc. cnoiera-InruitiMi, DUrrhoea. or llw ilna trial com. trom foelhlm Dr. James' Soothtnn Svmn Cnrrllnl U a ura, nyf t-fallhur remedy CoTililns no laudanum uotalnn that could harm adollcate chlld-ple aant to ura iuio. At vrug Horn, 23 cent a txitllo. by John Lnmpanor tc Co., To Loan on Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Carriages, Wagons, Insur ance Policies, Etc. If you wiali to borrow ?io, $20, &5, $50. $75. $od, or any amount to $500, 1 o:ui loan you the money at a moro roasonckblo rato than nny otlior conlpaAy loaning monoy in tlio oityf and you oali pny the monoy back in small monthly poymonts of $a.50 $3-oo, $3.50, $5.00, $7.60, $8.50, $0,50, or In any nmount to Bttlt tho borrower, and ovory pay raont mndo reduces both panel pal and intorost, and your busi ness trunHactlons at this ofllco aro strictly conflduntinl. Call and investigate beforo you 1ki row and you will find this plan thochonpost und most convon iont. L. C. MILLER, Koom 11 Arcndo block, cntrnuco to block ICOVj South nownrd st Office open evenings until 8 o'clock. Bell puouo 700, People's 7T4. Sf2MSZZ. Security The City National Bank Offers many advantages to lta patrons, not tho least of which are absolute soeyrlty to deposi tors nnd to borrowers tho great est liberality consistent with safety. SavlDgg acoounte In any amount solicited. Interest Paid THE CITY NATIONAL BANK 108 S. Howard st Geo. W. CHOUSE, President N. O. STONli, 246 For 3a o ll Cashier. S i I' ' t 1 j I' W I m I ISWi.jUnrtSCLcstilt4.J r' nmn dbmoorax Katsatk -.; pm$i aMwii'tiffiwirinji(itti'sl"'TAM--'in n.,- -. p-watfa' eauwmwoimgw"- && U&.