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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 February 1900

c - . ' AKRON DAILY DEMOCBA.T. WEDNESDAY, PEBRXJABY 28, 1000 , m mfr r l M It ' lb V I Mfli vs n S ll5 liM ft j j&1fr inn WEA'f lIEtt THURSDAY. Bnow and colder. LinCHS ana , Bedspreads. Boston Store Linens Aro known to every thrifty housekeeper in the citv, not only for the BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS.but their WEAR ING QUALITIES, nt such EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. At 22c and 25c a yard Those prices sound cheap ami you no doubt would oxpncf, a cheap pioco of material, but thoy aro splendid values for 22c and 25c. At 85c and 89c a yard Un-' bleached, silvor bloachod and hand-mado Gormon damasks, for wear and hard use. We highly recommend thorn for hotels arid boarding houses. At 12o and 50c a yard Silver bleached and puro white damasks, C2 Inch to 72 inches wldo, exquis lto pattorus, in a big assortment. At (15c, 7pc a yard llloachod damasks, as white us snow, pat terns which show perfootion In the weavers art. Qualities that can't bo boat. At 85c and $1 a yard Doublo damusks, made of tho fine...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

& '6 Vi ir, I: AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. GOLD Slivor, Xlcklo and Stool Spectacles and Eye Glrsses" At very low prions. Cnll find hoo how woll wc eft lit you. GEO. S. DALES & SON m FAIR and COLDER. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 270 AKRON. OHIO. THUBSDAY, EVENING. MARCH 1. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT i Rt )t l in fe. ! ? i ft. it 1 5 J !:' RELIEF For Ladysmith, Announced by War Office Today. 'Dundonald Reached There Last Night, With Two Regiments of Picked Troops. Buller Thinks He Can Land There Now. Boers Ready to Meet Gen. Roberts Again. Collecting to Resist His Advance to Blocmfontein. LONDON, MARCH l.-(SPL.)-TIIE WAR OFFICE POSTED THE FOL LOWING BULLETIN THIS MORN ING: "LITTLETON'S HEADQUARTERS, MARCH 1. GENERAL DUNDON ALD, WITH THE NATAL CARBI NEERS AND A COMPOSITE REGI IBN,T. ENTERED LADYEMITH TiAT MTWIV ', " - "tW- "M! "THE .COUNTRY BETWEEN BUL fcBR AND LADYSMITH IS REPORT ED CLEAR OF THE ENEMY. "BULLER IS MOVING ON NEL THORPE." ROBERTS Will Soon be Engaged In Another Big Battle. London, M...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

IS AKBON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. MARCH 1 WOO - . - - " REFORMS In Burial Service. Subject of an Address 1 by Rev. A. B. Church. Ministers of the Evan gelical Alliance Approve 0 Suggestions That Were Offered. Too Much Display and Expense Sani tary Phases. The Evangelical Alllnuco on .Monday morning, listened to a paper presented by Itcv. A. 11. Church, pastor of the Unlversallsl church, on Burial Jtc- form. Tho thoughts presented In thin paper met with such approval from tho min isters nud wcro deemed of such prac tical Importance to tho public, that it was voted to Mibmlt Urn followlug synopsis to the local dallies for pub. 1 lent ion: " ''Our subject Is a large one, Iiencc wo can touch It at only a few point. It Is 11 delicate subject, having to do with sacred tiling, so should be ap proached reverently. It N a moral subject and should bo treated justly. It Is a piiietleal subject and should be treated practically as well. SANITARY I'UAHES. "The Interval between death and bur ial...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

AltROF DAILY DEMOCRAT. THUB8DAY. MAnCIT 1 1000 fell Caused Much Damage T" A Telegraph Wires Broken by Falling Trees. In Some Sections Wind Was Terrific. Only Six Wires Working Out of Cleveland. The News Service Is Crippled by Reason of This. . Tho storm which passed over this Fcollon of the crountry Inst night wns general In Its nature. In other parts of the country the storm was much more severe. As n result tlic wires uro clown nntl tho tel ebraph companies hnvp been unnblo to furnish thplr patrons with anything like the iisunl service. . Cleveland wns hU linnl. Out of 200 Wires entering tli'at city but six nro working today. Tho dniuuge was caused by sleet and fulling trees. In some sections the wind blew a burn cane. The Democrat's newb service sulTcr ed on account of the storm, The wires froth New York and Chicago were, for a considerable time today, not In working order. As the grcit bulk of the news Is sent out from these two cities the amount printed today Is be low the stan...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

WW (T- iiv iW$7!B '- ; , , "ystvwtrv -v if' VW T."A "f V-t -.7Ti3r AKItOST DAILY DEMOCBAT. THURSDAY, MAKOH 1, 1000 t"P W I: li y THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. AdvsrIUIng Dopt. OKAS. A. MAttVIN....Nova Editor PUBLISHED BY THB AKttON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block, Kos. 155 and 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Pliono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary ..FRED V. GAYER Treasurer M. W. HOYE Ertw. S. Harter....Dr. 0. W. MHUkln Ed. H. Do La Court. Entered at tho postotllco nt AUron, Ohio, ns second-class mall matter. Dellvcrod every evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3.00. ...S1.D0 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1000. Hon- many Akron workluguion avo mourning becuiiBo tlio Flour trust has gone Into tlio hands of a receiver? If all tlio distinguished Republicans who decline t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

trv AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. MARCH 1, WOO V m & y ;. S.S-' THAM BY Al&f ESS BtA TOF arc the little health "savers that keep the kidneys off the tocks of disease. Any physician will tell you that the vast majority of the diseases, and sicknesses that humanity suffers are caused either directly or indi Tectly by the kidneys. They secra to be that fountain head from which the little stream of disease begins that eventually makes a wreck cf the constitution and end in death. Disordered Kldnes are first Indicated by paint in the LacV, diitros or full ncsj after eating, scanty or scaldlne urine, weakness end chills, pains lrttic loins, nenousaeM, i'eep'essness, loss cf Utility, swelling In limbs cr body cr Loth, and sediment in the urine. Kid-r.c-olds are little yellow tablets, easy to take, but wonderful In results. They are never sold in less quantities than o box for jo cents. The firs) dose often makes you feci better at once. A repetition or tie dose will eventually ro...

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. — 1 March 1900

rTuHnRFTfl tv jum TSTT.ni'F .ti''WWiP V KW'i T f Wf,,"-! -,Trjr...,-v ""jjp65y (,jrii'(jjaTff'i(y wn M. '(f' rr-r ,f.f''-J'!ri"H I w $" itTvn7,3r erw 'O '1 KRpK DATlAr DEMOCRAT. TnTJBSDAY. MARCH 1, 1900 h U- KED Simms to Send Terms For Contest With Young Kenny In Chicago. Eurekas no Match the Kirkwoods. For GOLD DUST Kw iflA H IH Bk Choynski Offered to Fake Fight With Ruhlin. The Best Washing Powder, Ask Your Laundress to Try It. MEMBERS Of the Celsus Club Enjoyed Annual Banquet at Empire Hotel. Cereal Gostlln 120 Ilabtcht 11!" Umrlc 130 Kruse , '. 132 M. Klin 3:, Scores Made on Akron Alleys Local Sporting News. A match between Art SlmniH and Young Kenny, of Chicago, is being arranged l.v Lou M. Iloiisman. Tliurs- ilny, Simms received u telegram from Housman asking I'll" to name his lowest terms for a light with tilt! ris ing Chicago man. Slnms wired back that ho would como to Chicago for ?150 and expenses, wlu, lose or draw. Young Kenny has been putting It all over the tnon of his ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

ATCHON BAIIiT DEMOCRAT. THTJJtSDAY, MAIiOII 1, 1000 a i ' i It HKMKK3$SEHfil!3 JHBKWSK 8WHW?K3 THE BA'SIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, f HETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE i aaas .DEMOCRAT'S ana 3 9a&3 ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication in thu Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put into FOUR lines. In writing: your want advertisements rlease follow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Agents In every county to haudlo "Coin on Money," Gold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor ner Stato and Ohio sts., Cb-'cago. 202 tt "WANTED A married man with small family to work on dairy. Address. "Dniry," Democrat oilier 250-271 -WANTED. IF OU WANT to buy a grocery, If you want to sell your grocery, If you want to buy u saloon, If you want to sell your...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 March 1900

WclTifK AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1000 Donahuo & Co., of Akron, now with Vnllnco Schwnrz is Company, of Cleveland, wholesale etgar mnuufac turers, was hero today. PREPARING k"WB 111 Eyes Eiiii M l i IHB WEATHER FRIDAY. Fhlr onil colder. Linens Bedspreads. Boston Store Linens Are known to overy thrifty housekoeper in the city, not only for tlio BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS, but their WEAR ISO QUALITIES, at such EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. At 22c and 25o a yard These pricoB sound cheap and you no doubt would oxpuct a cheap pluco of material, but thoy uro splendid vnluos 'or 22c and Hoc. At 35o and HIM a yard Tjn bloaobed, silver blenched and hnud-mmlo Gorman ilfunnsks, for wo.ir and hard use. Wo highly ticommond thorn for hotols and boarding houses. ! At 42o and 50c a-yard Sllvor 1 blenched and puro whitodnninsks, ox jiicn 10 a inonos wiuo, exquis ite patterns, m a big asEortmont. At ttlie, 75o a yard Blonehed damasks, as whlto bb snow, pat terns which show perfection In tlio weavo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 March 1900

fu I Fair Tomorrow VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 271 BULLER Came Just In Time To Save Ladysmith From Surrender. Sickness Nearly Disabled Whole Garrison. Cost Nearly as Many Men to Relieve Ladysmith As There Were Members Garrison. of the London, March 2. (Spl.) The War Olllco has received the following from Gen. r.uller: "Xelthorpe, March 2.-8 n. m. Seventy-three wagon loads of supplies are now entering Ladysinith. The first 11 are Hied with hospital comforts." The details of IJnller's lighting fore shadows that a long list of casualties Is to bo expected. The Somersetshire regiment, which was under lire for i'.o hours on Feb. 21, have 711 casualties, according to a list Issued by the War Olllco today. The War OHiec. has Issued a list of casualties among Geneial Buller's olll cers, Feb. 27: Six olllcers were killed and 25 wounded. Clenorai Barton, com mander of tho fuslloer brigade, (Sixth biigaile of the third division) is among the wounded. Tho Times correspondent at Lady smith, telegraphin...

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

w m lit . m"ia" m OF A PEKSON often depends upon a singlo pro- W i; scription and sometimes upon ono ingredient which v m is in that prescription, but rnoro often it only v. jf msans continued discomfort and ill health if tho $ fl prescription is not filled correctly, in all cases wo j W are just as careful to got everything just right as to i though each one meant life or doath. w W flj I The Allen-Clark Drug Co. a ? f$ Corner Toward Attond the Great Windup Sale of tho M. D. Brouse Stock ' it the Temple This Week. Every piece of goods in the store must bo sold by Sat urday, as the storo is leased and ovorything must bo sold. Do not wait. Come early and get tho plums. Jackets and apes From $100 to $5,00 M D THE TEMPLE, What do you require of a Typewriter? WE confidently believe that whatever be your req uiremems we shall be able to satisfy them and that with out attc'iutinn to talk ,'ou into purcl 2 something other than t which you wish. We sell every good sort of typewriter in its ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 March 1900

WiSWttilSW 3Vri5Sf5 AJCBOIN" DA'IIi ir DJCMOCItAT mrDAT. MAHOH 2 1000 mm4Mm'mwMw9!& n 1 i'A i ffi- t .Aj6eSr:$S$:Se&:e6C'.-:e6?fe i wr OUR NF.W SPRlNft fcTVT w Hawes Hats $ k) Aro in nn(l if vou wisl1 t0 in fcho world, como in nnd m Of" to, 0 to to ,H1 tBHiiyik in Ta Jr jW IMil . Loner, vv. L;393S.aS393S3 S33SS 333Sy MIMIIM.IIII Ml II II I Mill II 1 1 Mil I III II IIM III I I I I !! MMI I II MINI S .L.AST' CALL! Hi We liavp about 50 TritmneiJ Huts, nil shapes, .which Cvo will close out at ' o Some aro worth several' R1SOH 3t The-.tarecst MllHnery Branoh MANSFIELD, - Ohio. iM;tfiwwaBgHOTaHTv;u (ConUuuod from llrst page.) column, was occupied by singing, cheering crowd. a surging All joined in singing, "God Save the Queen." A smaller, but almost equally strik ing demonstration oecurcd In the vi cinity of St. Caul's churchyard when the famous peal of bells was rung i'u honor of the occasion. ROBERTS Will Soon Sjavo an Army of 250,000. Thirty Thousand Now on tho, Way ; 50,000 Pr...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 March 1900

AKRON DAJjuT "DBMrOCTBAT. FXIEDAY. MAilUH, 1900 'H y m V m i i t ' i r J : i i A i a w i. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. DARTER FRED W, GAYER Editors and Managers. ED, H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advorllslnrj Dcpt. OIIAS. A. MARVIN.... News Kaitor PDBL1SHKD BY THH AKRON DEMOCRAT 00. OFFICE: Dcaiocrqt Block, Nos. 135 aud 137 8. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180- OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIOB Secretary FRED XV. GAYER Treasurer M. V. nOYE Edw. S. Hnrtcr....Dr. 0, W. Mllllklu Ed. II. Do La Court Entered at tho postofflco at Akron, Ohio, as second-class moll matter. Delivered every evening uy carrier boy 6 CENIS A WEEK. By mall $3.00....$1,G0 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. 180. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1000. THANK YOU, r.EIGIB3R! "The Alaon Dally Democrat has, wltliln the short apace of a few weeks, developed Into tho foremost nuwflgnth. i'1-cr In all tho world, otitrlvnlling ommi the motit pietentlous o...

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

i AKUOK DAILY t)EM60RATEB!DAY, MARCH 2, 1900 t j ;! SEE ' $03$33$ Awaiting Yourlnspcction 4fc Wo lmvo a floloo'Cion of Woolons for our corly Spring IT trade that will win your intorost. You will ' find a lino a equal to any carried by tjio loading fashioners of the iw country, and constant study with tho loading designers a enables us to copo with the best. Come in aud lot us v yjv aiiuw yuu wio now During otyius. St W. MO t C Merchant 3 TaiBor, 183 Main St., Central Office Building:. CLERKS Surprised W. C. Dague Wednesday Evening, yur Party Hold at tho Daguo Home "Colored Wedding" a Feature. One of. tlic plcaMiutcst Roclnl ovonts of tho week was tbo buvpribu parly given Tliundiiy cVonlng by tho clerks in the store of Duguc Bros, & com pany to Mr. W. C. Uague, head of the linn, at his home, OuO I'ast Uuchtel av. Tho parly was arranged and par ticipated In by tho clerks and tholr families. Soventy-threo gueata wcro present. Tho principal entertainment of tho evening was tho prese...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 March 1900

.'TOW1SR1R? AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY. MARCH 1000 ! ,,VVVVV;i I Winter, is Not Over Ye Our oflbr of Spoeial Prices on nil BOB WW H Still continues. Don't fnil to got some of the great bargains wo nro oiloring. S. IVIa3r St. 2 MAMMiMVMWiAMMiMMA 6IO RUM Will Remain In East. His Trip to Chicago Has Been Abandoned. Madden Claims Club Has Been Unfair. Last Game In Tournament For Silver Trophy. Scores Made on Akron Alleys Sporting News. -Local Tho South End Athletic club will glvo a smoker nt Its club rooms to night. A Urat-olnsH program Ims been arranged for the occasion. The announcement that Gus llulilln and Jim Corbolt would Iiu hero was not authorized by the club. They do not want the Impression lo get out Hint they started the Htory as It had little or not foundation In fact. Some time ago Iluhlln wroto u friend In this city that he might go to Chi cago thlti mouth, and that Corbctt might accompany htm. Tim trip was abandoned two weeks ago. Uulilln will remain In the Hunt, mil tl...

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

ff-IR f!-T w A-KItON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FHIDAY, MARCH 2, 1000 m w. 1 MB"H!a cy o fa h isEatiLtKamjxsBaatascsjp3 THE EASIEST WAY TO g GET WHAT YOU WANT, q WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT,- IS TO J ADVERTISE IN THE 'n'mi'Ji BOB ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In incucroocrai, oy man, leiepnone, or, personal application. 24 Words Can te put Into FOUR lines. In writing your want advertisements please lollow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. WA'.riOD Agents in every couuty to handle "Coiu on Money," siold exclusively through Ufc'cuts.. For further information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio BUlgs., cor uer State and Ohio sis., Cl'engo. 202 tf WANTED A married man with small fauily to work on dairy. Address "Dairy," Democrat oillce. 200-271 WANTED. WANTED To" rent' ii modern 0 or 7 'room houso by a family of two, ,near Perkins Park. Will'lenso a long time. Addres...

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

$!phmwMWMh 'iwv', i 'Lw"PIPn piUIW WWUWM mww Mmmmito aiWimiBlilA1.' ' igrj-vrfgrnaB HMHaaMiMBaAjiuaiHMaii AKBOl-V frAXLY DEMOOBAT. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1000 ' I! ; . ii M ? ' .- TUB AYI3ATIIER SATUHDAY Fair A complete line for your inspection is here. We have all the leading makes in the latest cuts. At 2i)c a pair Lndlen' drub Cor SetB, nil Biz s, tho prion hoiiimIh olinp but tbu corpnt Is a Rood ono. At f0c n pair Tho "VIolot and Triumph" corsots. Hlj?b and low unit, in drub and hlnek. Tiicso nro tho best that money can buy In a COc corset. At 7fio a pair "W. &1J." Amor i'ca's lending corsol in drab, nil bIzus. TIio roputiitlon of this cor set is niiide. At $ t .00 a pair "American Lndy," Wnrnor's, It. & G.. Thompson'H Glovo Fitting-, JJiiIIr Corsets, Kaho, Chicago Walut, .Tuck Hon Waist and the Ferris Waist. Those makes inotly all cumo in white, drab and black. All sizes nro nhvayn in stock. At $1.00 a Pair Tho 4-ln-hand Cornet. This Is tho corset wo rec ommend for stout, hid...

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

"W"W"W ' -V. H.-iM r -a -V V !K' v FAIR and WARMER. . 4 U OOL.D Sllvor, Nlcklo and Steel Spectacles and Eye Glrsscs At very low prices. Onll and 809 how woll wo cil fit yon. GEO. S. DALES & SON. 1 IV jrjLJLvJL i JjLjLxJLjI Jl VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 272 AKRON. OHIO. SATUBDAY. EVENING. MARCH 3. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT DEMOCRAT a B 4 -i J-- WASTING For Gen. Roberts Begin His In tended Advance. Boers Only Four Miles From British Front. Kruger. Says It Will Cost England 25,000 Men To Pass His Next Defense. Line of Battle May be Expected at Any Time. Gen. White Addressed the People at Ladysmith--War News. London, Mnrch 3. (Spl.) Xews of the fighting byl'oberts' array is ex pected nt nny moment. The latest despatches from hi head quarters at Osfontcln, say that the ltoers have been definitely located. They'arc cmly four miles from the. PrltlBb. front-anil 'they are apparently awaiting Itobefrs,radvanctv Shots have been exchanged already, 'and fjol. Itiin mington, .commanding RImmlngton's Sc...

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

KVTf '"'im fl AKRON DAILY DEMOdttAT. SATURDAY . MARCH 8 1000 rt IML . N.I A- ; t m t i 11 i Hi :ti H IS I GRAINQ THE FOOD DRINK Some people can't drink ' coffee ; everybody can drink Grain-O. It looks and tastes like coflee, but it is made from pure grains. No coffee in it. Grain-0 is cheaper than coffee J cost3 about one quarter as much. , All Rtottn ; lse. tat Kc. The Clarke Grocery 138 N, Howard St. 4H East Market St. Phone 8?9 Sell the. Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. Place Your Next Order With Us. All Goods Delivered Promptly...... EVERYTHING IN SEASON CONSTANTLY ON HAND... n Two Stores: 138 N. Howard St. Phone 414 E. Market St. Q79 $'$,S&1I&3X&$$$$'$'$1 Just roeelved, now stock of Paints, Oils, Leads and Glass. Highest grade of IRON and WOODEN PUMPS of all kinds. WORE GCARAItTEED. E39okcl 511 South Main st. Phone 630 &444M I have purchased tho HOItSE SHOE ING SHOP formerly occupied by Geo. Rich & Co. Will bo rileused to seo all old customers and many now o...

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

wys AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. MARCH 3 1000 h I,', !' SPECIALS I'"OU Wh,KK SMliy.IaivIi JO, 11)00 17 ,Ijarn I,cnox noitp for We. (Hcdl lnunilrj' Map In .t'htr world at lcfs tmti wlmlcNtilc )rli'PH.) i taken ImpcM-lal sweet or viitilllu llav'nred ehocolato for y."i . ft jpaekngos Wetmoro'M pudtllni? lAr S5 Assorted lliivom. 4' pounds of good California prunes fotf iL'.lo Kutinil t'rull medium "hIa1. ' COFFEE. Aotrcnn buy coffee almost anywhere hit S, & CI.'h '-T.c, :i0e, JC'o nml JkSc Java nml Mocha" can only be hail of usl Roasted on tin Hpot. "HqhIiU'H tlui check each ptu'chaNer receives VUKK a beautiful colored eight page booklet with each pouuij, Untitled 'Muck Horner," "llvd. UlilliiK llOHilj" "Ultlc MlbS Jtutrctt," ' "Pins In the Uootn," aftd nil the Mother Goose jingles. i Kujoy'u cup of good coffee and tlieso stories," with the children. V solicit your trade. Call, Kend, telephoiii' .'Jtt or mall your orders. Our wagons pass your door. Addressed postal cards KIIIS13 ...

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