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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

' -- lr ;" aJvuok iiaijjI' dj&m.ojjat. latiDAY. AMftBIlUAKX B, iaj iMiinii)iiM.liinmiiniiiiinMmngMW WWW BJUHI-WiW 'I -' " 1 i, I I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. DARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managon. ED. H. DE U COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dcpt. OHAS. A. MAItVlN....Nows Editor PUBLISHED Bl' THE AKItON UUMOORAT CO. ovmaui Democrat Block, Nos. 133 and 137 S. Mnlu Street. Long Distance TIiouo 180. OPFIOBHS AND UIUUCTOBB: l'resldcnt JAMES V. WELSH Vice President..: A. T. PAIGE Secretory l'UBD W. OAYEIl Treasurer M. W. IIOYU Edw. S. Hurtcr. ...l)r. 0. W. MllUUIn Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered nt tlm poutofllci' at Akron, Ohio, nn Heoom'l-eliiBU mull mutter. Delivered every evening Dy carrier lioy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3.00 $1.00 for sis months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. IOO. FBI DAY, FEB. -', 1000. The right way to pronounce (Joebel Is Un-bcl. If the Whisky trust woidd make a 1000 per cent Increase In the price of nil "tiger's breath" for sal...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

AKHON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FBIDAY. ITJlBIUTAItY 2, 1000 DR. MAHAR Enlightens Beacon. That Paper Merely Aped 'the N. Y. Times, Which Made False Charge Against the Boers And Then Flatly Refused to Correct the Error. Sam.e Charge of Bigotry Would Apply to New Hampshire. When Rev. Dr. T. F. Mnlinr, of St. Vincent's churtfi, met n Democrat re porter Thursday lie called ulteutiuii to tho Beacon's charge that the Akron Catholic ministers who spuke at the Boer mass meeting at. the Grand a week ago "did not toll their hearers that the llberty-lovlugpoople for whom they so eloquently pleaded, exclude those who profess their faith not only from holding ollico and taking part in the government of the Transvaal Re public, but from many other privileges of citizenship." Commenting oil this article, Dr. Ma hal' said: "In the llrst place the question of ex cluding Catholiwi from ofllce is a dead letter. "Does the Beacon Journal not know that Dr. Leyds, wllo Is practically the only foreign commissioner t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

Fwe.TOBIO -i;- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY moo CHRISfiAN Sciehce Discussed By Judge William G. Ewjng of Chicago. An Able Exponent of ' the Faith And Thoroughly Conversant With His Subject. fi Large and Interested Was- Present. Audience 'Pic I'IikI Unlvcisnllst church was filled Thiirtfny night Willi nn audience In ntloiidnncv upon the lectiiio deliver ed by .Itulge Win. G. Ewlug, of Clilcu go. uiion ''Christian Science." Akion's of the old churches ngnlnst Christian guide mid sho docs not announce nj Science, growing, perhnp$ not unnat urally out of tholr Ignorance of the fiiibjoct. There me, doubtless, many points of religious belief and practice npou which the old churches nml Christian Scientists nro In perfect ac cord and a brief reference to thuso inny bring us ft Utile closer together uud ennblo us to discharge Ihe duty of the hour 'In the comforting assur ance that we nro at least equally earnest and honest In our efforts to reach tho ultimate good. "You surely are...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

j-.' w"., lmj )i -h I AKItOK DAILY DEMOCRAT. JTBIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1000 f.mm- JKT&i Stt wSm -kosw n, . DEMOCtOTS unehs HJ3K3BWHMjWHBM9BWHBMwHIMBpWiBCT S THE EASIEST WAY TO , GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE .'. llllll DEMOCRAT'S I saigas PEOPLE'S COLUMNS I ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c twnfwwwwwww Telephone 180 Your Wants STj Will be received, for publication In LOBT.-Beadlo hound, female; dark the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or brown; lower fiont legs white; with personal application. white spots on breast. Liberal rc- " ward will bo paid for information 24 WOFCJS leading to the whereabouts of the v dog or his rbturn to 108 N. Howard Can be put Into FOUR Hues. In btieet. 237 th wrltinff your want advertisements - please follow this rule. BANKS. WANTED. WANTED- A good boy In every city ami toAn to distribute circulars; good pay; Mule age. Boynl um t'n ( '1.I.....T,. tit i7.tn :...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

i.TH,arof&''-vW33 ' m ...jj . . i'T "Tmmk v$Wi AKBON" DAILY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 'i, 1003 K wwriw kuni'nwimw kthm r -" i1T"- r"r t- M- 14 i '4l if fflKjaKOESH Ik Great Mill End Sale With its BROAD BARGAIN GIVING still poos ou,n the BOSTON STORE. DRY GOOS aro ad vancing vapidly, but ndvancos are lost sight of at this Groat Mill End Sale. Read our list for Saturday. Coino to the store in tlio morning aJid seo if you can't save 25 3 by purchasing at this GREAT SALE. Look Her Wo will soil the following goods at tlio following prices, ns long as they last, commencing, at O o'clock Sra-turcicay morning;. Best lining cambrics, black and grey, 0 yards to a cus tomer, lo S3 yoardL A pood unbleached muslin, no dressing, I l-2o ea y ess" el. S in toweling, good quality, in honey comb and twilled, 0 yards to a customer, I l2o ca yard. Our veL'ulnr calico salo, from f) to 10 a.m., 10 yards to a customer, 22So sa pattern. Mill End Prices on Our Cloak Stock LadieV Jackets AM "jnwl tr'1noH...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

GOLD1 X Bller, Nloklo and tHf Spectacles and Eye Glasses At very low prices. Call and soo how well wo uaa fit -on. GKO. S. DALES h SON. c Everybody Reads AKRON Y DEMOCRAT. X The Democrat ...NOW..- N' VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 248 AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 3. 1900. PRICE ONE OENT DATL TAYLOR lny, recognizing IJcekhum n3 Governor until Goebcl recovers. Ordered to Stop. Judg e Cantrell's De cree of Injunction Will be Backed up 5,000 Deputies. by BULLETIN-3 p. m. Frnnkfort,Ky., Feb. 3. (Spl.) Judge Cantrell's order enjoining Taylor from assembling tho Legislature at London, or preventing . tho members from ca tering tho Stato House. Taylor's attorneys tiro In Louisville. A counter injunction from the Feder al Court Is reported belug applied for. TROUBLES Goebel Took Change For Worse Today. The Crisis Will bo Passed Monday. by Democratic Members Will Not go to London. Frankfort, Ky.,Fcb. 3.-(Spl.)-Judgc Cantrell at 31:30 granted a temporary order of restraint against Governor Ta...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

v .'T'rfW'TfiT'? 'prrr ; mrrrr: , AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 iuu IWD CLASH FEARED. is plan. GOLD DUST i T'ij 'Hoiiscw(fftisMwoAwitliotttGMI)u5tn The Kentucky Democrats May Organize Militia. irrttEHEKSION oftboudle today lutlg. Can(tH Very Ukelf to Tsu IU training Order Agalnit Taylor, 1Vhcli II frpfmbljr Will Ignorn-A WouMli Summons.Srer Imprisoned, Fraskfoiit, Ky Fob. 8. -There can no lohger bo any concealment of tbo fact that affairs in this stato are border ing udoji conflict in arms, and tho be ginning of tho crisis is at hand. It may bo that tho political difficulties will be sotM by tho cours of law, but the hearts qf .men ore hot iu Kentucky now and legal process may provide n remedy toq dilatory to please a few of the mofo impatient, and it isin thoppwor of theso to croate a world of woe at nlwsst any time, ' ' ; Alouzo Wnlkor, a Btonogrnphor em ployed by tho Democratic attorneys, was placed' ifudqr arrest iu tho capltol proundi, charged with conduct Intend i...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

- pr v AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1000 GOEBEL Thought to be Dying. Being Kept Alive by Use of Oxygen To Await Arrival Brother at 4:35. of Physician Say That Ho Slowly Sinking Is And They Do Not Expect Rally. Him to Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 0. At this hour tho doctors nro try hip to keep Ooobel allvo l).v tho um of oxygen uulll his biothor nrrhos tit -1:;!5 p. m. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. a. (Sul.)-Goc-bel revived n tilllo from strong stimu lants, however, only temporarily. Frankfort, Kyv Feb. 3. :i:.15 p. ra. Oflebel's condition at 3 o'clock Is con- William e. dormer,. sldcrrd helpless by his physlelnns, who Btnto that ho Is slowiy .sinking and do not expect him to rally. Frankfort, Fob. a. At 3:40 o'clock Goebel is thought to bo. dying. r ' DESPERATE Attempt at Suicide Made by Arnold. He Tried to Break His Neck Tied to Car Seat. .lolm Arnold, the mniiliie school teacher, nindo 11 rtet-pcrato nf tempt to commit Milclde whllo being taken to Gnllipolls. He was In charge of Dep...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

warn anEKESEs I S5WZ c: '.'""v 75 n K ''"hw"" AKRON DAILY IMSMOOUAT. SATURDAY, MBRTJARY 8, itx . ."wan THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. 8. KARTER FRED W. OAYER Editon xn4 Managers. ED. II. DE U COURT, Mgr. AdyorlUlnj Dopt. CHAS. A. MARVI.... Notts Editor PUBLISHED BY THIJ AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 aud 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance rhouo ISO. OFFIGEItS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WEtsn Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary... ...... FRED W. GATUR Treasurer M. W. HOYE Edvr. 8. Hartcr....Dr. 0. AV. Mllllkln Ed. H. Do La Court Entered at the postotHco nt Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy 0 CENTS A WEEK. By mall ?3.00....$1.50 for si? months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. - SATURDAA', FEB. .'J, 1000. The govcrnraeut's preliminary ecu buc enumeration of Cuba shows u population of l,ri7-,81ti. PredlcllouH are nuid'a lbnt this population will be nearly doubled within n yctt...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

fcW!tl AKJION DAT&Y DEMOCRAT. 0ATU11DAY, rJ&BRUARY 3, 100Q 5 m$wwmvij$m ILLEGAL Is the City's Contract With the Akron Water Works Company. Councilman Paul Raises Important Point v iy Relating to Works Purchase ' - Question. A Remarkably Clear Statement of Fact. Editor Democrat: Considerable has bpoti snld nbout the city's buyiug the plant of tile Akron AVnter Works company, nnd of the desirability of acquiring It there can be no question. Public ownership of water works Is no experiment. It Is now the rulo nnd not the exception. Experience lias nraply proved such ownorshlp to bo wise, Indeed, necessary and essen tial. The purpose of this article Is to point out some of the difficulties to be overcome before Akron can own nnd operate Hs own water works plant. The first difficulty Is caused by the fact that soiuo one, for a purpose, ro( tho Legislature nbout 1S90 to amend the laws so as -to limit the amount to ?200,000 that could be ex pended by cities of Akron's size for tho ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1000 e fH - You UV oenulna i nay toiicti the ipot, thit n what you want. nrttteplrti true reputation. THEY POSITIVHL.Y OURS Couolis-GoId5-GrlDD6--Rlieumat!sm mm CeDerifDeMUtr Hetiralrla Vtrvt Trouble Catarrh TONIO FOR HEN. TONIC FOR WOMEN A Separate Remedy for Every Dlseaio. JJL v lit IV Th. HOME ti '---":" A fcoo full UI4U1U1I1U uum ncciptjatNl l-Htttp any address. It In doubt fflnant viinr rau wl, .' t -vrixri. Remember Our advice costs you nothlnr. sovereibiTRIhedyco, 1237 Arch St., Philadelphia. TRADfTMAKK REOIiTBREB. HILTABIDLE To be Re-Appointed Superintendent of North ern District. Mr. Hiitabidle Has Not Given His Resignation. His Friends Urge Him to Be come a Candidate. Ho Acquiesces and Thinks Ho Will be Ro-Appoinlcd. February 11 Is tin date upon which n Superlr-leiiileut nnd t'olleclors lor the Northern I)iviil(ii oT tlio Ol'lo rnnnl lire to lie npiioiiilcil Tho supposition Hint 'W'n mIiIiiiiii (J. Johnston, member til' the Board...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

BSyn Sfl8si'W"w-rwf 12 f(sr-i 'Awrfia AKHON" DAILY DEMO OB AT. SATUKDAY. ffEBJtUARY 3, WOO 'i !('? ie ill ?1 i i '. DEMOCRAT'S LJNtLfi) THE EASIEST WAY TO ,, . GET WHAT YOU WANT, 'mmMmmmmmmmammm. WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE .DEMOCRAT'S OBI ai33i$3 PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c vfwwMWwwwm Telephone 180 Your Wants Will tc received, for publication In lhe Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put into FOUR Hues. In writing: your want advertisements please follow Ibis rule, WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Agents In every county to bnndlo "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through ngeuts. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., fi Studio Bldgs., cor ner State nnd Ohio sts., Chicago. 202 tf WANTED-FEMALE HELP. WANTED A good girl for general housework. Mrs. A. Boustedt, 217 North Arlington at. 240 tf WANTED-GIrl iwuited for general; hou...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 February 1900

vc:- IV I B AKRON PAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1000 li. "N ". M ". I (A&$&! THE WEATIinit SUNDAY: Snow or Haiti. ENORMOUS is the Great Mill End Sale Suchnrlcos on DRY GOODS hftvo not boen in Akron for some tlmo. Why not buy GOODS for NEXT SEASON? It will PAY you. Lots of MUL ENDS nro HEBE-yot. You SAVE monny by coming to the HAWS nnu lose monoy u you iJUiN -y. Monday Morning From n to 1(1 a.m. our HEGU- IjAR CAIjICO SALE 10 yds to a customer for xva. MONDAY AFTERNOON nt 2 o'clock, TOWELING SALE, G yds to a customer, 1 c a yd. Mill End Prices on Our Cloak Stock Ladies' Jackets $12 and $15 jackets to go nt $5.00 f8 and $10 gnrmonts to go at... $3.50 1 lot of jackets, wore $ 8, to go at $1.98 Theso aro all stylish, up-to-date garments, woll lined and weu mauo. Capes $8 golf capes to go at $3.50 $12, CO beaver capes to go at $5.00 $8 black. capos, silk lined, now $3.50 $12 crashed plush capes, now. . $6.00 (5 and $10 plush capon, now t $2.75 and $6.00 Children's Jackets ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

.'; u' "?r7K DAIIf Everybody Reads The Democrat ...NOW... AKRON DEMOCRAT. Fred Lauh's Specials for This Week. Hpnro Illtrt, Tnndcrlolnt, Jin! 0fsr Ho nor qt. Turkeys an! Il klmls of uretuod Poultry j People's Cash Meat Market, lU N.Howard st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 249 AKRON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 5. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT X I DOCTORS Trying to Tell Where the Goebel Bullet Came From. Company of Militia Ordered to London. Understood Goobel Will scind Order. Re- To Have Legislature Convene In the Mountain Town. Frankfort, Feb. iJ.-(Kpl.)Tho an topsy over the lioily of Oov. (tocbel was begun this morning by Drs. Hume, Tobln and Williams, with tho object in view oC trying to establish just where tlic fatal shot canio from. It Is argued by some of the Gobellte.i that the exact angle of the bullet through the body van be accurately Plated by tho doctors after the autop sy. They say they can, by the use of a surveyor's outlit, placed at the spot where tioebel was shot, locate the par ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

KWW AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5 1006 l P 1 m Hi fc .., TO GOEBEL'S OLD HOME His Remains Taken to Coving ton Today. FUXEIUL SERVICES TO BE SIMPLE. Body to U In State Tomorrow, Alio In Frankfort, on Wednesday, Where the Hemnlns Milt lie Taken For Final In terment Illl Dentil. Fiuxktort, Ky., Fob. 5. Tho ro mains of Governor Goobel woro taken (o Oovington today on a special train. The train consisted of thrco cars, one car for the casket and actual pallbear. en. A privato car was furnished tho relatives of the dead man, whilo a sleeper was furnished lor tho mombcrs of tho legislative committee, judges of the court of appeals aud other political friends. Tomorrow morning die re mains will bo conveyed to Odd Fellows' hall, In Covington, und from. 3:30 in the morning until 10 o'clock m the evening, will He lu btate, the hall boiug kept open in tho evening to allow tho working pcoplo an optwrtunlty to view the romalns. Tho funorai services will bo extremoly simplo, in defcreuo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

1 $" "Ty li?v&'Jftrs - , ltiSW,trftiir $n AKltON DATLY DEMOCRAT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1000 ILLEGAL Is the Contract With the Akron Water Works Company. City Solicitor Esgate So Decides Today. Councilman Paul First Dis , covered the Defect, And Explained Itto the People Through the Democrat. City Solicitor legate toilny declared the co nt rsie t between the city of Ak ron and the Akron Water Works com liiny illegal. Councilman 1,, ). I'mil was correct in .statement that the contract was II. lrgnl owing to Its not having been ratified by a voto of the people. Mr. I'mil Is receiving i-ompllmenls through out the entire city upon bin discover ing this defect and so thoroughly ex plaining it to the people through the columns of the Democrat Saturday. Solicitor Esgate decided that the contract was'lllegal on the same point explained by Councilman J.'a"' THE li.VW. The law, In this connection, is found in section VM.'ll of the Revised Statulen of Ohio. It reads': "Any municipal corporation...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

ra223S r-; wnrv v v ti rrp'' 7 " ";?'fl ll(ll,lll?ia"(y'pjBppi ( WHWMMMMMMHMHVb r ""-of rIW MifcMaMiMMMMjMJBBiufr2niilLi ""i7'"fl' ' ' " , , -. i--.i, tiiii ii,wmmmiBBa ,.p-.. fO TJiw -wcr'fgi AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1003 iimiW WW" Wnpwpp i minim; I'lWiiiijjmniiiunwiii.ii. ;& THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EOW. 8i HARTER FRED W. QAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advortltlng Dept. OHAS. A. MARVIN.... News Editor PUBLISHED BY THE AKIION DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE : Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIUECTOKS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FBED W. GAYER 'Treasurer M. V. HO YE Edw. S. Harter....Dr. C. W. Mllllkln Ed. H. Do La Court. Entered at the postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as secoud-class mall matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall ?3.00. ...?1.50 for six mouths OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. ' mondAV, fe...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

W- ',57ipppPSFfP' AKRON DAiXY DEMOCRAT. MOKDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1000 $200 FIRE RESULTS IN A BIG iiiiii j SHOE SALE FOR AKRON h,. Geo. Simon, who owned a large shoe store in Sharon, Pa., failed. We bought his entire stock, amounting to about $10,000 from the assignee at less than &0 cents on the dollar. We could not retain the room there to sell the goods as it had been rented to other parties. We had the stock boxed and shipped to Youngstown to close out in our Department Store. Before it had been unloaded in our main building we met with the misfortune of being visited by a $200,000 fire, causing us to suspend business for a short time. We shipped every case of this Sharon stock of shoes to Akron, and Tuesday morning, Feb. 6th, we will open a Great Combination 10 Day.Shoe Sale of the Sharon and Akron Stocks at Phinney's Old Stand 117 SOUTH HOAARP ST. At less than 60c on the 'Dollar. Don't forget the date, and you get first selection of shoes from the Sharon stock at the greatest ba...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

t v?frt ' 'V. , w f AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1009 It 'I i : (A WABNING SOUNDED. Jrf.v. dr. talmage advises the CHURCH OF CHRIST. Tnlcnt In TIntlevcloiicil nnd It Encrtcr Dormant Mcnnsrhllo llto i Enemy Mnkea the Stout of 111 Op portunities. tCopyright, Louis Klopseh, 1900.) VAsnnvaTOif, Feb. 4. In this dls ourso Dr. Tnlmago shows how tho ausc of righteousness lms lost many f its weapons and how they nro to recaptured and put Into effective 'operation; text, I Samuel xlll,' 10-21: '"Now thero wns no smith found throughout all the laud of Isrnol, for tho Philistines said, Lest tho Hebrews make them swords or spears. Dut all the Israelites went down to tho Philis tines, to sharpen every man his share, and his coulter, aud his ax, and his mattock. Vet they had a flic for tho mattock, aud for the coulters, and for the forks, nud for tho axes, and to sharpen the goads." I What a galling subjugation for tho Israelites! Tho Philistines had carried off all the blacksmiths and...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 February 1900

WiSWpww(t!fy?WPW W AKRON1 DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1000 DEMOCRAT'S LINERS Man THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, v WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE .....DEMOCRAT'S..... asraaaa 3333 PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS: 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c Trrrrrrrrrjrs Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mail, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. In writing- your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED-MALE HELP. WANTED Agents In every county to handle "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor uer State and Ohio sts., Chicago. 202 tf WANTED-FEMALE HELP. I WANTED A good girl for general! housework. Mrs. A. Boustedt, 217 j North Arlington st. 210 tf WANTED Girl wanted, for, general housework; no washing; good wages. Mrs. Delia StrunU,...

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