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raimsDAT, dec. 18, 1002. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT 3 f
WHOLE "Fine and... ICDippraft AUDD M Mi WM f Will Be . MmBUJ County Covered. Rural Delivery Service Almost at Hand. Routes Laid Out to Reach All Farmers. Summit county armors nro to enjoy the greatest boncAt that bus ever been granted tbo agricultural class by tbo government If plans now being drafted are Indorsed by the postal departmont. This benefit Is delivery of mnll over the ontlro county. Tlio county Is rare In tbo thickly populated portions of the union that baa no rural dollvory of mall, but there are few countlw ns yet that bavo all pnrH covered, it Is such a sybtem that Is now being planned for this county. Ah Is well known, rural delUory of mall Is comparatively n modern In stitution. But It has coino Into such great popularity with tho farmers that tho nostal department Is overwhelmed with applications for tho service and petitions from all parts of the country bnvo been In for over n year that hao not boon granted. TUey nro nllowed as fast as tho government appropria tions and tho clrcumstnuces hi tho In dividual cases will allow. It often hap pens that whoro wevornl routes have been established It Is hard to get nny moro allowed localise thero iuo so ninny towns with outljlng districts Unit have none nt all, ami nro just as much entitled to them as thoso tbat have. In Summit county there Is to be no discrimination If the recommendations of Mr. A. D. George, the government agent now here, nro approved. Mr. George came to this county In October and has xpont much of tho tlmo since then In thoroughly canvass ing tho county, drafting n map of the county, with every farm house and public road Indicated, and outlining a complete system of rural dollvery of mall. It represents n prodigious amount of work, and Mr. Oeorgc, Wed nesday afternoon, with the aid of n stonogrnpher, completed a description of the last route planned. It will require the establishment of 87 routes to cover Summit county. Mr. Oeorgc aayp that ho believes that no farmer who lives on a public road will bo more thnn half a mllo from a route. This certainly means n thorough cover ing of the county when tho service Is onco established. The routes of course vary lu length, but nbout 21 miles will bo the average length, with tho average number of sipiare miles about 15, nnd the popu lation served nbout 850 to each route. Mr. George would not stato whnt towns the routes would radiate from, but they will be from the most ud an tageous points. A few fourth class ofllccs will In time lo abolished, but tho government never abolishes nny mono) order ofllces. Three towns, West Rlchfleld, Darrow vlllo and Iulnud will be given two mails n dny, nnd some carriers will carry mail from one postodlce to another, nnd deliver lpall from house to houso as thoy go over the louto twice a day. Most of tho carriers will mako the trip but once a dny. leaving ns soon as the morning malls are distri buted. At various points where dif ferent routes Join Unltod States col. lection hoxos will be located, so that mail can bo carried from ono place to another address in the county. For each routo there will be ono carrier and one substitute carrier. Each Carrier must furnish his own horse and wagon, and will receive ?tWO per year. Thirty-sovon routes means tho distribution of $33,200 nnnually by the government In salaries to tho car riers. An examination to choose carriers and substitutes t1I1 be held nt tho Court Houso next Saturday, beginning 4t 0.80 o'clock. There will be nearly 100 applicants, and thoy will be ex amined under civil service rulos prin cipally in reading nnd writing. One of tho requirements of rural mall service is good roads. Mr. Goorgo stated that In somo parts of tho county bo found tho ronds rough, other plncos thoy are fair, but everywhere thoro is room for Improvement He stated that ho never worked where ho was treated moro courteously, tha country psople nnd tho postouco authorities bero allko bolng vqry plonsant. Ho Bald that the people throughout tho county at very anxious for tho new service to begin. The endeavor will bo to Improve tho postal servlco ovary- whero throughout the county, nnd nowhere will It bo mado worto. Mr. Goorgo 1ms not mado his report to tho govornment yet, nnd It has first to bo npproved and acted upon before tho new service will go Into effect. It Is a safo vonturo to say that tlint date will not occur much beforo Anrll 1. 1003. Farmers will have to provide hhomselves with mull boxes thnt havo been approved by tho government. When farmers bnvo ouco enjoyed tha Irural service, they will not do without fit undor nny consideration. Tliat's What Weak Men Say After Using This Famous New Discovery. A Trial Packaee Mailed Free to Bvery Man Sending: Name and Address. Aftor curing so many men who had batiltd for years against the mental and physical suffering of lost man boon tho Institute has derided to dis tribute free packages to all who write. It Is a homo treatment, and all men Not Discovered Until One Died Two Brothers Worked Together on Same Job. Pittsburg, Dec. 17. .losef Tomlskey nnd his brother, Michael, ntitUcs of Poland, ennio to this country at differ ent times. Itoth found employment nt tho same plant, worked on the same Job, tnlUed with each other while nt vork, resided within four doors of each other, yet failed to recognize each other until after the death of Michael a few days ago, when Ms Identity wu ru ealcd. Josof was about -11 years old, whllo Michael was 'his Junior by about 21 years. Josef came to America first, toll ing Michael to follow him as soon ns ho could raise enough money for transpoo tatlou. About 11 monthts ago Mlchnel enmo here, niul, unablo to locate his biother, bunded with a fcllow-countrymuu In Woods Itun, Allegheny. Although he was unaware of thu fact, Josef resided only four doors from Michael,, They si:w each other overy day, but each fulled to recognize tho other. ltecently, while Michael wits at work In an Allegheny car plant, where Josef also worked, they were employed on the sanio Job nnd spoku tu each other. who suffer with any form M sexual mr whch nnd bwn slipported by weakness result ng from youthful ft,,,, lt folli ,njllrim, mm , badly ly, premature loss of strength and .. . ,, ,,. . ... ,.,.. .,. Tll( hrotl memory, weak back, varlcocclo ofjcr wa mQ of ;,, who vlowed tl)e VlUHCmUUIl UL (fillip I'llll 11UV IJUHJ thomselves at home. We offer at 75c per share for treasury purposes, Including additional development work, a limited amount of the bclow-mcntloncd stock and recommend It as an exceedingly desirable Investment. PAR VALUE GOLD MINING CO. CAPITAL $1,000,000. Par Value of Shares, $1.00 Each, Full Paid and Non-Assessable GUARANTEE TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT CO., NATIONAL BANK OF DELAWARE, Philadelphia, Registrars Wilmington, Depository Eight Mines In Cripple Creek District, Colorado. Two In Mercur- Bingham District, Utah. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS JOSEPH II. ItBAIili President HENUY HAIIID. ...Wilmington, Del. OAMPnCM, JOHES, . .Vice President CAMPBELL JOHES, . .Clnjsvlllc, Pa. A. W. OAHSTEN Treasurer I t ashler National Hank of Delaware. IM The remedy has a peculiarly grateful fffect of warmth and seems to act Street to tho desired location, giving strength and development Jnst whero It lh needed. It cures all the Ills and troubles thnt come from' years of mis use of the natural functions nud has been an nbsolute success In all cases. A request to the Stato Medical Insti tute. 10ftt Elaktron building. Ft. Wayne, I ml., stating that you deslro one of their freo trial packages will bo complied with promptly. Tho In stitute Is desirous of reaching that Front class of in who nre unable to leavo home to be treated and tha freo packago will enable them to see how easy lt Is to be cured of sexual weakness when the proper remedies are employed. Tho Institute makes no restrictions. Any man who writes will be sent a freo packnge. c.irofnlly seal ced In n plain wrapper, to that Its re cipient need have no fear of embnp mssment or publicity. Renders arc requested to wrlto without delay. remains. Yesterday, while the proprietor of the house In which Mlchnel had boarded was hunting; mound hi the room Mich al formerly occupied, he found some litters addressed to Michael from a filond In Poland. In thp houso nt the time wns Josef, and the letters were bown him. He rend one almost to the end when be burst out In tears and said thnt the dead man wns his brother. The tlnip to buy furs Is now Wo will hmvc on money HYRIDEK BUOS. SUMMIT. (Special Correspondence.) Summit, Dec. 17. Henry Thornton, a resident of Coventry, died nt his home Saturday morning. He wns buried Monday from the Evangelical church. Mr. Thornton wns nbout 48 years of ago. Poxes aio plentiful and hunters are having rare sport. Oni wns captured south of town lust Tuesday. William Greenho will lme n public sale next Friday. Church services In tho Reformed church next Sunday afternoon at -:30; Sunday school nt 1:30. Cus Kepler, of Mnsslllon, wns nt home Tuesdny. J. SIIAUKHY. ..Wilmington. Del. Proprietor Hotel Ijifajette. JOSEPH II. It HA I.L. ..Pittsburg. Pa. Iinuker. J. C McNAUOHTON, Phllndclphla.Pa. Wholesale Lumber Merchant. .1. P CAMI'DUMi, Pnnulngton, W.Vn. Haul: President. JA8. II. JORDAN ....Secretary and Asst. Treasurer J. 11. HUMPHREYS, . .Asst. Secretary DAVID H12ATON . .Qencrul Manager A. D. WKCJKR Pittsburg. Pa. Counsollor-at-Law. F. H. UAM.AGHint Wilmington, Del. Wholesale and lletnll Druggist. The Par Vnluo Company has been established nnd In continuous opera tion over two years, and owns or op etates TEN mines, comprising over 700 acres, located In the host districts In America, and adjoining or near tho most profitable mines in tho world. F.lght are located In the Cripple Creek district, Colorado, and two lu tho Mercur-Hlnghnin districts, Utah. Tho properties comprise tho Mary ('ashen, Corlolanus, Marj Alice, the Dillon, Par Value, Stonehouse, Dam eral, Oladlator, Mary Hunter nnd Mas sasolt. The entire ten nre equipped with the necessary plants of machinery nnd half of them are developed to tho point of production, while three aio now ptoducing good i-re Tho Mary CaBhen mine adjoins tho Cold Coin mine, which has produced $7,500,000 and pays $300,000 nnnunl dhidends, and Is also near Stratton's Independence, which has produced $10,000,000, and pays dividends of $1, 020,000 annually. It U also close to the Strong and Portland, two other lending mines of the Cripple Cicck district Tho Mary Cnshcn mine Is opened by n shaft sunit to the depth of 8W) feet nnd is equipped with a first class plant of machinery. It Is now produc ing pay ore. The Corlolanus adjoins the AJas.onc of the great mine of the district; Is well equipped, has a shaft 530 feet deep and Is now producing pay ore. The Mary Alice adjoins the Portland and Independence and llos direct ly between tho two, has a shaft 510 feet deep and numerous drifts aud cross-cuts. It Is expected to reach the oro In this mine any day. Tho Stonehouse adjoins tho Par Value and Is open by shaft and wlnz to a depth of 150 feet It shows oro assaying ns high as $1,100 per ton. Tho Dillon adjoins tho Cold Coin on the west nnd the Strong on the cast and Is considered the best located mine In the Cripple Creek district. It has a shaft feOO feet deep and over 2,000 feet of drifts. It Is completely equipped nnd Is producing ore. The Par Value has a shaft 280 feet deep and 250 feet of drifts, It Is situ ated llko tho coro of an npple. between the Portland, Ajax, Gold Coin, Gran ite. Stratton's Independence, Mary Cnshon, Dillon nnd Sttong Mines, nnd Is expected to produce good results by development. The Dnmeral Is situated four miles south of Victor, contnlns SO aires and gives promise of becoming ono of tho most valuable properties In tho Crip ple Creek district. It has a shaft 110 feet deep, which lb now being sunk upon, aud a tunnel 75 feet long. RALPH H. WALLACE. Oakdalc, Pa. Counsel lorat-Law. A W. CARSTBN Pittsburg, Pa. WM. ItRO.MER. ..Schwenksvllle, Pa. Manufacturer. THOS. ARMITAOE, Washington, Pa. Marble Works. C A MEALS, M. D, . .Uraddock, Vm. J. E. MILLER Washington, Pa. Glass Manufacturer. JOHN H. NEWMEYER. Dawson, Pa. General Manager, Washington Coat' & Coke Co. MINES: VICTOR and WILBUR, CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT, COLORADO; CEDAR FORT, UTAH. The Mn.ssolt Is located in the Mer-nr Rlnghnm district. Utah, and nan several hundred fen of work done on It. It contnlns 340 acres. The Mary Hunter Is situated In the same district, contnlns 200 acres and haH several shafts and a tunnel on lt The Gladiator adjoins the Dameral and hns 40 acres. The compnv thu possesses the great advantage of not being depend ent upon the result of one mine, but it has 10 upon which to rely for results, nnd any one of seven of its properties would Justify the capitalization for the whole nt the present selling price of th o stock. All of the compaay's properties are well dec!oped and hae had from one to three years' work done on each, bringing some to production and the others near lt. The company, therefore, hns the advantage of large acreage, a num ber of mines In Important districts, with 5,000 feet of development work done, and two to three years' time expended, nnd properties at the point of proauctlon. It has grown from a third of an acre to over 700 seres In two yeais This company is conservatively capitalized and managed by competent nnd experienced men in tho interest of the stockholders on the most caro ful business principles Over 1130,000 has been raised nnd spent on tb properties, and, fncludlng the work on the Mary Cashen. Corlolanus, Mary Alice and the Dillon, fully J250.000 of work and plant are represented In tbo properties, without counting the value of the properties themselves. It Is believed thnt no safer and better mining stock was ever offered to the public. Only a small umount of utock remains to be sold at 76 cents u share, par value $1.00, fully paid and non-nsaessable. Order nt once to secure the stock at this price, as this offer Is open only now nnd remit by check, registered letter, draft or money order, and ap ply for any further information desired to L. . HORNER, 608 W. Thornton st., Akron, or SMITH, STERN & CO., Bankers, 513-514 Fitzslmons Building, Pittsburg, Pa, f ifr Vf i?ps J Should be on Your Shopping List '-,-l"w(.-WWWl,w,- JuSiVti'ltlWWiVlAiV wi.nisiWH'unAiwvwwvwvw' Christmas Gifts Galore. It doesn't matter for whom you wish to buy a Christmas gift, jhe place to come for it is Mahnffey's nor does it matter how much or how little yon wish to spend. Here you will find the grandest display of Holiday Goods ever shown by a furniture house. Select your presents now we will store nud deliver nny time before Christmas. A jf" Way ffu ? Mako an Inexpen sive yet appropri ate gift, at $i.oo, S2.00, $2.50, $3.00, Don't Forget Mother and Father Something from the Mahaffey Store will be serviceable some thing you all can have the benefit of. Household articles are the fad now, and U'b a sensible one. whImI Hl&4rWl US IPfl aMHHcH I i ' ." . M In great variety, ranging In prlco Trom $16. $18, $20, $22. $25 up. Foils a Deadly Attack. "My wlfo was so 111 that good nlivsl- plans wcro unnblo to help hor," writes At. M. Austin, of Winchester. Ind.. but wns completely cured by Dr. ing-a ow Llfo Pills." Thoy work ponders in stomach nnd liver troubles. uro constipatlon.slck headache. U 0. B, Harper & Co.'s drug store. the tlmo to buy furs q now, Wo will ve you money. BYRIDER BROS. Every man who emokoa should have one of these. Thoy nro well worth $2, but sold hero dur ing tho holidays at the very special prlco of This Table and Set coraploto, only SIDKBOAIIDS The nravauifint to any and the Imndlost thing for the greatest Inv lining room 75c hounakevper In a sldaboard. Hrre wo are showing om elegant de signs during tho HotldnyH at Sio.uo, S 18.00, B30.0O and up. 35c. 45c, 60c and up JARDINIERE STANDS In a number ol new designs, at 45c and up Here are a few Illustrations and Prices, too, thnt may aid you, and if you'll take time to look at the thousands of other things we have, you're al most sure to find here exactly what you want. In oak and mahogany, rich de signs, highly pollsbod, at $7.50.$I0, $12 and up Any housewife would appreciate ono of our n Itnuges. Anything you want in tills lino from $7.50 to $35.00 nOCICEIlS-W. ran1: fluil iord to ili lostlr. to onr Imoienu atork ol llotkeii Nfirly tha ntlrt Brut fliwr U coTtrcd with llieni, In a thnniiud lrlr. t (I TO, J2.T3, ft M nnd up. Incomparah.9 Bargains jfiWfife COUC1IKS We've built up a reputation with our Cnunh sales - flat",0 SnJSScSap'ffeV. B,00.k 37.00, $8.00, 512.00 GIHI UP MAHAFFEY S Akron's only Complete Home Outfitter. The place where the Xmns dollar does the work of two. We give Green Trading Stamps, 180 S. Main-st. fT ''Mffl&R&ykP XyWjpL, y P Potted ifcjr Genuine P Palms jH: Oheinlcaljy curel. 7 f I5c, 20c. 25c, 35c. Ljfrji 40c. 50c. r$ Appropriate for f B any room. Ptf 3 Si3,5 IRON UNO BRASS BEDS J& In many styles, all colors, at j , a.75, SS.75, R4.00. tfK gg.00 pad np wR3 TIIIH THREK-P1ECK PARLOR SUIT SRI Upholstered lu silk velour, with mahogany finish frame, only tmbttkii sio.oo ft fern? , IE -.-- r ' SltlSMf - lb mhN Ww ra M Your v-ife or moltoBr K?tJ II XCl W Si wUltl surely be plaoMd j'mJt p . ""(& W P with a set of our Fln.ry jjffi P tji Decorated DlPhes at T?t $5.75, 57.50, 59.60, JI2.00 tjjES how nfiOQi o new Dinmo Room m Fine line of Kx enilon Tablae, HI 55,50, $7.50, $9.00, $12.00 01(1 up. ONE CENT. EVERY enger Was Injured. y Wrecked by an :rie Freight Had Broken la Two Paris. fork, Doe. 20. Every passen 10 30 men nnd women on n trolley of tho North Hud- lend In Wcnhnwktn was In- Ion the car wni run down nnd by an Erie freight train nt lock last night nt tbo Sovcu- I. crosclng on Willow avo. alloy wns nthwnrf lhi rnll cks when n necond sectlou blcht trnln whlfh lincl brokwj iknown to tho trainmen. uto tho mr wltli 1U load oJ 8, hurled It clear of tho tract t shattered nnd overturned :crrlllcd passengers struggUns ABLE ' Among the Applicants Wish To Be Rural Mail Carriers. ilOO Examined at Court House Saturday. 1100 men gathered from nil hSummlt county, Tiavo been 11 v CDKaced at tho Court j - day Saturday, taking examl- Is applicants for positions aa 11 carriers. f them ara young men; but lem were moro than 35 years ', they fairly filled both tho ms, whore tbo examinations d under tbo direction of A.- 3, the Govornmnt agent, who , establishing tbo rural set a county. ; of the candidates aro man to been teaching country; ill of them aro apparently o ler of Intelllgeneo and energy iomo of tho routes tbero ara as four or five applicants. mbcr of routes established t county and tho number 6C iippolntments to bo mado ta nero passing of tbo examlna t all tbat Is rcaulred, for tha ) must all bid for tbo xrori, llet by contract Iand wagon will bo required and tho carrier will b 4 vellng postodlce, with powea aoney orders along tho route, to other dotntls of postofllca p completion of tho examlna fclnl Agent Gcorgo will hava ils work In Summit county, utllned tho routes, nnd his a been forwarded to Wash rho location nnd other de not be nnnounceil until his been npproved at Washing, reb. 1. examinations at tho Court Goorgo hns been assisted 1 Examiner Kennedy, who in Washington Friday, and Vents Kepler and DIackman, io division. u.A. 1 SCHOOLS Tiday to Resume Work i t x January 5. 1 lie schools closed Triduy tor a vacation of two we"s, stsume on Jan. 6. J dn; of the tuhools lilfoy ded by exercises In eery ' aJnK and in overy room U ! school building. 'XUy con- singing and sneaUB. " w " Lnt subject being vbrlstp ybumu. IGHTjgUNDArCWIDV VM.u.wixn haw u"