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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 May 1899

"v B-f.r" IU r a H May Millinery! i .$ ft Just received the new tiling. A Jiat it Usually- worn when it is seen. For that reason you want tlie very newest things when thev cost no more. Our line was never more complete. "We are headquarter"; for nice trimmed goods. Our new hue or Walking Hats and Sailors Arc theverv latent. Elegant Sailors oU-raml up to a.ru each. Don't fail to look in our north window. New line of Children .s and Miss-V Hat-. The best things on ale this sp;,-oii. PEIiO Tfr-ifiS! We have about SO White IVlull B-i-t--fcs for Children, bought late last season. AW aie closing out at JUST HA Lr the marked pi ice. They aie our best Philadelphia Bonnet. m JB A. L1TTL u iryw' ..j.ut'tt-iv'wc w .- " - --- e- " . That Distressing Pain! i NO NEED ot suffering- from Headache when it Is so easy to have and to take our sure cure. . Some headache remedies arc harmful; these arc made to cure headache; have no bad effect; sure to do you good as well as to cure the pain. REGULAR PAC...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 May 1899

I Vf VWW-WWWWl Rifi'Tvn ('"flrn I A . ii ijujwvrwwv Under wear Specials For Saturday Hosiery Specials For - Saturday Declared That Consolidation Had been Effected. I See our rXDEKAVEAK ami compare prire. Cannot he eiitmleil anvwliere for the money. Underwear For Saturday I MORNING Ladle.- and children.-ribbed vests ... n Ladies' .-Ieevelei ami i-hort -k-fve v!t- . .. ."! for i5o La die5-' -fancy ribbed rem and whitf1 ve-t lUe. la'c Ladies' Jei.-ey ribbed vests, hiffh :uid low neck, tdinrt k r,Ieeve and -leevele-. a bijr bar,raiii lUc rf Ladie-' Jersey libbbed tint -ize v-t- ...l.Tcea 3 Out.-ize Jerey ribbed vest, low neck and -deevcle--. ate Ladie!." Jer.-ey line ribbed ve-t- and pant- nl-o. nut-i.e- C' with sliort aud loiur sleeves -"k? 3 Children's underwear, all -sizes, all qualities, all jiriee-. Men's Underwear S Me.ii".- Jersey ribbed nhirt and drawers 'Sn- g Men's Kfryp'tian luilbrigguu -shins and drawers "We jk Men's French balbrifrgan underwear ""c Hosiery Ladies' fast blac...

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. — 5 May 1899

---T "" --- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT! GOLDEN RULE" JONES. , AWiWywwvw THE CLIMATE OF CHICAGO H- , hr-ri mmmmmmamgmmmigsmmmmmMm - - tir ik if i ii KI i Edw. S. Hartcr Fred W. Gayer I Editors and Managers. K H. De La Court, Mgr. Advertising Dep't PCULISHED BT ' THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFKIOE Democrat Block, Nos. 135 ana 137 Main at. TXSG DISTANCE PHOXE 190. OFFICKUS ASD DIRECTORS. Vreslilent James V. Weij.ii Vlce-l're5l(lciil.. A. T. Paiue Sccretiiry Fkkd W. Gavki: Trea-iurer Wilt.iam T. Saivyku KDW.S. llAUTEU JNO. JIO'AMAKA Kd. ll. Hk liK Couivr. H B 4H. W. M ci otreet I &&&&F'i Where von cm lmv tin Kiilered-at tlio l'ostofllce at Akron, Ohio. :i sjet?oinl-CIai8 Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening- by Carrier Bdt 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMallSUO - - - .25forSlx Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. Mil IIES! PIES ll To Ic found in this ritv. Mother-; come here Knee pants and Joy :ire t!ie lowest. for your Children's Shirt Waist jind ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 May 1899

A 1 .1 1 1 H I 1 1 1 REV. DR. TALMAGE DISCUSSES LIQUOR TRAFFIC. THE In in nioqucnt Sfrnloii He Ileiict Ilie Ui-unUm-d'H Woe Tilt- Hum - Flrnd'n Mission I ti ll-lro- AH Gnoil A C'nll "lirl( lnu. Ifopyrlglit. I-ouls Klopsch. l!3. Washington. April SO. At this time, when the evils of the drink traffic lire being widely discussed and the movement for the abolition of the de grading and brutalizing canteen in our military camps is gaining many sup-' porters, this sermon by Dr. Talmage, . dealing with the broader aspects of the plague of intemperance, should cheer and inspire tho friends f temperance everywhere. His text is Exodu xi, C, "And thtre shall be a gieat cry thionghont all the land of Egypt." This was the worst of the ten plagues. ' The destroying angel at midnight flap- , ped his wing over the laud, and there ' was one dead in each house. Lamenta tion and mourning and woe through all Egypt That destroying angel has iled the earth, bnt a tar wor.-e has come. He sweeps through th...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 May 1899

- .----. ij iy i a FOR SALE. KOI5 SAI.K A business Mock eontiiinlnc three storeroom-and house, located lit the corner of Mulnst. and Huss..i u. Infor mation cheerfully slcn. Call on Henry J. Ui'rnxllii at Gnnynrd i Mycr. lls-ia) iout b .Mnln si. i w A- Frl I w ONE SCKRKY, cost 23. good as new. One 1.S.U pound icnre, veil bred. I.. S. M.. Pathfinder. Kverett Hulldlnc. 'f Co Cala Two new'houses' on North VM rui SalC ieJ. st-i i modern Improve ments; cheap" and easy term. Elegant home on K. Market St., must be sold. House and lot Furnace St., 11200; other homes and vacant lot. Tel. 431. Edwin Wagner, Kver ett building. IK YOU WANT Urst-classdrlUns horse, finelv muted coach or carriage team, rail at KlaliiMrV shIph linrli. 1SX) H. Jlaln t. Ioth- Itif lull flrvl-clnss horses kel)t 111 stock. Ti 1731. N. II. bteiner. Prop. John v .Martin A Hrother. Managers. JunlS KIVK ItOOM HUUf-K With big More room attached; lot l!i2. barn and all mod ern improvement-, o'n property. Price rUm. Also groc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 May 1899

xta SS 1 flT i FlYAYPIil RKN IM A LliliLHInlj UriUlUi How Banker Sherman Settled With a Burglar. "0 JUXGEU TO THE HOUSEHOLD. .Slrance Scene Hill-ins; llio Knrly ?iirriiliKT In llie Unfile of n Sr York 3Iillitin:lire lltintiin Xiilurc? l'nili.r Sintilnr 'iretim-inee:j. Williiim Win-low Sherman, the aged president of the National Rank of Com merce, is it man who lias -fii the power nf money exemplified in so many in-tanccs during his long anil hoiiiiiiilile career a- u financier that it mi-iiiiiT I lie lnot natural thing in the world for him to say to a burglar who ra ran-ai-king his Imdroniii between 2 anil :t o'clock in the morning anil threatening him with iu-tnnt death if he gave tiio alarm. "My friend, cannot we settle till thing on a financial basis?" The coolness of t-he white haired hanker, his mutter of fact tone and lmir.e--like proposition struck the burglar ni forcibly that he laughed. The icc.lhus iieing bro ken, as ir were the two were toon in ear nest con ver-at ion. Ti...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

i Prtseriptlona Dtspenstd-. Dispensed at our store -will not disappoint the doctor. Ask bim 1899- CAMERAS 1899 AKRON .Great variety-, lowest prices, Instnic about us and by 'all means follow his advice. . j HARPER'S ARCADE DRUG STORE mm auu uars room iree. Oioto supplies of every description. GEO. S. DALES 5 SON 228 South Main st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER M AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY (5, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY DEMOCRAT I Iff- y I i ! itr ii ia HALT Has Been Called By the Citizens Com mittee of Fifty. That 25-Year Franchise Confers no Rights Which City or People Are Bound to Respect. Judge Stuart Denounced Subsidized Beacon. the Citizens Committee Adopts Vigorous Resolution. Some Tlie Citizens' Committee of" Fifty, at a special meeting last night, de cided not to dissolve, but to keep an active watch on futuro develop ments. The conduitproblem was thorough ly analyzed and step's taken to pre vent the Central Union from putting conduits in the city streets. Senator .T. Park Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

IW ' B- ST THE TATTV IMsRTOr?) AT lllE DAlLl DElUULiIvAi Edw. S. Harier Fred W. Gayer i Editors and Managers. Kd H. De Io. Court, ilgr. Advertising Is p't PUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, No. 1S5 and IS." Mnln si. LONU U1ST.O.OK PUOSE ISO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. President James V. Wtu-n Vlce-Fredent A. T.l'Ai fit Secretary Kbed GAi ei: Treasurer WILLIAM T.siwVEE Kntv.S. UauteuT. jxo. MO'amaka liD. O.. UK liA UOOKT. Kntered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio. a Second-Class Mall Matter. IVllvered Every Evening by Carrier Bn 5 CENTS A WEEK UyMnlUi'Jo - - - L25forSlx Moullif Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL HO. 180. SATlTRDAY, MAY ii - 6TRADEso$oWOUlDb Todav a committee of citizens . . ., ," ,ii .. ,..,. Commissioners to act. Jint as the uaitd upon .Judge Anderson request-, inghini to appoint no Commissioner i citizens have not changed their opin favornble to tlie interests of the ions from siv montli-sigu. what jttsti- te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

IV LOAN ' Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSfNESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Hfe Room 4T, Central Building. (Old FOR SALE. ONK Sl'KKKY. cot KS5. KhkI ni new. Onn un iiouuil mar., fell bred: L. K. M.. I'nt blinder. Kverett ISulldlns. "'? pr Sale Tn o new houses on Xorth Val ley st.. all modern improve ments; cheap and easy terms, rjiegniu home on K. Market St.. must be sold. House mid lot Furnace st., J1200; other homes ami vacant lots. Tel. 121. Edwin Wagner, Ever ett buiMlnj;- 1F YOU WANT a llrst-class driving horse, flnelv mated coach or carriage team, call at Stelner'n sales barn, 1330 K. Main st. Noth ing but llrst-class horses kept In stock. Tel. 1731. N. !(. St-'iner, I'rop. Johny Martin .t Brother. lanagers.-junlS "FIVE UOOJl JltlUSK With big store room attached; lot WxlW, liar...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

Boston 3S i Ladies' Vests, regular price 15c . . 2 Cases of Fancy P.ercales, orice 12ic. 1,000 yards All Silk Ribbons, regular 7 Cp price 50c" 150 and 152 South Do You Warrfc A Why not buy it here lim the assortment is largest and prices most reasonable. We guarantee every wheel -old. Yon will lind here one of the nio-t complete lines of E nnr H I'o be i'ound H A full Hue in the eil. of JUVENILE B Repairing 1 leatly and promptly done. TT I U II li ill 137 Sowfch Main mmmammmamBaamKammaBmaammammmmmmamma Suggestions For M. D I L.J.HEFFERNANJ I PRACTICAL PLUfVlBER i 204 Kf. Market st. "Tel. 64-9 1 Get IVJy Irioes. g Wet or flry. The electors ;iV Clinton voted Sat- iiiiltiy on the question of making the , village wet or dry. At present no in- toxicaiing drinks are sold there. Xhi3 IstheTimeto Buy ) 1 LJ Six l 1 pi "i fitful wi A li WA l JSp$2&3 lpl$gi Store peciais 111 FOR a2 regular FOR 6c yd yd FOR Howard Street. BICYCLES. ju- t received. The Co s - fc.. Phone HS2. Cycle Houseclea...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

a i s t i H 1- THF nATT.Y lrcMnniAT Edw. S. Hartcr . Fred W. Gayer, Editors and Managers. Kd II. De La CouKT.Mgr. Advertising Dep't 1'UDI.ISUKD nv TUB AKKON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Kos. K3 and 137 Main si. MSB DI8TASCE PHOXK 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. President James V. Welsh Vlco-l'rt;slilent.. A. T. JPaiuk Secretary . . "i!i:i IV. Hayek Treasurer "William T. Kawj ki: Kuvr. S. II aiitei: Jso. JIcN'ajiaka Ed. II. Ue IiA Cockt. Entered at the 1'ostofflco at Atrou. Ohio, as 8-econd-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK IlyMnlIi - - - J1.25forSIx Montlii Official Paper of fho City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL - NO. 180. - SATURDAY, MAY G WAS HIS FRIEND. Cnimn'a itaon ror Sarcentinir rhc Amputation of n Hand. , According to Inspector uenerai i Breckinrirtce, who recently returned from Cuba and Porto Kico, the sense of moral responsibility of the average Cu ban is extremely limited. This was btrongly impressed npon him one ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

fe MonMMi" I will E'.arantet that my Kidney Curt will cure 00 pr ctnt. Of til forms of kidney oomplelct end la many Instances the most eerlcus funcs of Bripiit t .lisense. If tLs disease la com plicated nciid a rour ounce lsl of "jrfne. VTc v!n enalyre It and cj-..s you fre what to do. sirMus. a lal 3' Mc t- Heilta !: AirL I? . II tl. i r .t 11 crczriitt. 23c. ai.l muHcal mlrlcr fru sh-v-k (Copyright, ISM. L-y t!ie Author. CHAPTER IX. Tim iNTi.i:i-Ki:Ti:it. To Mary's surpri-e the table was only laid for two peison-. It wui essentially ;i man's: talile; it wn -mall and was spread with a nice clean cloth and ser viettes; it dominant note was a crnet stand. "Take that eat,:' said Alan Stacey, with a gcstnie to a chair. "It will lie :t simple lunch. I warn yon. If I eat a big jneal now, lam no good for the re4t i of the day. Some people like a regnlar ' dinner at midday. I lielieve it mean apoplexy if yon "only eat enough and j sleep soon enough afterward: What , iiave yon today, John!"...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

-"-"I-St" !) 11 11 ii hi 1 IM LIFE SATKGAT FIRES. How Daring Firemen Work at Dizzy Heights. UTILITY OF LADDERS AXD ROPES. What to IJo IVheu Ton Arc Cnusht In a. Fire Trap Foretlionalit aud CoolneH-AVhieli May Save Your Life. Proper IIonHe Protection. An epidemic of fires lias recently broken wit in this country. The loss of lifo and hc destruction of iroierty have in many -n-o bcn :ippllinjr. Houses and struc tures oin-idered fireproof have been swal lowed up and whole families blotted out jf exigence. In some t-a-cs wheroa state ly edifice has delighted the eye hardly one HEKOIC IUCU 15V .MEANS OF A SCALING LAllllhU. stone is left upon another. The question of what to do in case of flro is brought I home to every person. Suppose yuii are a guest m a hotel and you aro awakened suddenly by tho cry of fire. The first thing a hotel guest should tfo on entering his room is to locate the nearest outside fire escape. After that ho should familiarize himself with the loca tion of the hall ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 May 1899

...r,-. f-vntn 3-35 finis Goods Ralston's Breakfast Food Farinose Wheatlet Vitos Pettijohn's Breakfast Food Farina Shredded White Wheat Biscuit Etcat 301 and 303 Mill st. Akron. Tel. 376 GASEAR ZINTCL. Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes. Orders promptly attended to. ISO MILL STKKFT. AKHOX, O. --Billow & Sons ..Funeral birectors.. OPEN AT ALL HOURS Warehouse, Ash st. Office, Ash St., foot of Will. The Dixon Transfer Co. Coal, Transfer and Livery Packing, moving and storing: of snoods. Coaches, euiipe.SHiid carriages for funerals, wedding, pavj;, s ju,h callings. 123 and.125 Canoll st. TJ. r . CUTTING SCHOOL REOPENED Mrs. K. C. Gingell lias reopened her Cutting and Dressmaking School and will teach one of the latest systems. She is located at -!0S Kverett block, where she. will bo pleased to see all former patrons. A cordial invitation is extended to all to CALL AT ii 55 ge For ilKA LS or Full line of ported goods. TONY WET GOODS. Domestic and Im- WAIiDVOGKL. Proprietor. .709 rv...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 8 May 1899

r THE ' GEO. K. FOLTZ CO. j Jewelers and Opticians ' 1 62 S. Main St. Art Goods & Picture Framing Formerly Cogswell's Art Store. I 80c Will Buy Best Spring Blood Purifier Bark's Sarinarilla. taken -with little Ron AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Hill. FOR SALE AT Steinbacher's NO. 104 EAST MARKET STREET VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 15 AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT if ii t; 11 1 i. It It ORIS Has Changed Front. He Will Vote For the Nutt-Christy Plat. Made the Announcement! Monday Morning. Rails For West Exchange st.. Have Been Ordered. Six Solicitors Obtaining New Phone Subscribers. The Nutt-Christy plat for conduit ingthe city wr considered by the Commissioners Monday morning. JC action wax taken, Mechanical Kngineer LoomiJ having asked that it be deferred until specifications had been submitted by A. B. Conkling of Wauseon, O., who will liave charge of the construction. President Crisp of the Board of City Commissioners, announced Monday morning that lie would rote to ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 8 May 1899

r r .S , m THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gajer ' Editors and Managers. Kii H. De La Coukt, Mgr. Advertising De p"t PUBLISHED BT - THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY , OFFICE Democrat Block, Xos. 1S5 and 1S7 Mnlu :. IjOSG IMSTANCE PBOXK ISO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR. President . J AUES V. Wjijj.ll Vine- President.. .A. T. PA li. Secretary Knur W. Gayki: Treasurer . wilxiam T. bawyki:. Edw. S. Uartek.... Jno. MoKamaka Ed. II. De La Coobt. Entered at the Postofllco at Akron, Ohio, n- Second-Clnss Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By .Mail J2.50 - - - $1.25 for Six Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT 'CALL NO. 180. .TiiK Missouri Supreme Court lias decided tli.it trusts cannot collect bills in that state unless their custo mers are willing to pay. Xuiv watch the title of immigration set in toward Missouri. It is ainiising to hear some of 1 Akron's newspapers and politicians, wfco are under contract to grind the axes of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 8 May 1899

m FOR SALE KOK SAI.K A lu-lnes block containing three storerooms and house, located lit the corner of Main st. mid Itussell uvr. Infor limtioii cheerfully given. Callnu Henry J. Herrodin tit Ganvnnl A Myer. llvia) South Main st. l Frl t w ONE SURREY, cost 1225, good as new. One 1.200 pound mare, well bred. L.S.M.,! l'atunnder. Kverett Building. 2Qtf I Fnr Qaln Two new Louses on North Vnl- rui si QIC jey st-, ;j modern improve-i luents; cheap and- et.sv terms. Elegant I home on K. SInrket St.. 'liust be sold. House I and lot Furnace St.. S1S0O; other homesnd vacant lots. Tel. CI." Klwln Wngner, Ever- ctt building. IF YOU "WANT n Hrst-class driving horse, line! v mated coach or carriage team, call at Kleiner's wiles barn, 1j K. Main st. otn Inc but first-class horse kept in stock. Tel. 1731. X. K-Steiner, Pro). Joliny Martin Brother. Managers. Junls Ffilt SAI.I-I!u-.1iihn, nroncrty. inir of store rHin and ilwclliliL'. frontage ft.. South Main st., pays 12 per cent on in vestment: will...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 8 May 1899

"'r'"r.??T -r!-." V"" 3 r -- Fij- jg'aff" a-agr-JgT, ?r?,- -,YT-.araE. gejaaiJ3rsmBS.-J,,5j "" I Boston On Wednesday Morning 300 different styles of Ladies' Umbrellas from 45c to $1.35. These goods are a sample line and are sold regularly from 75c to $2 each. Ladies' Fancy Parasols and Umbrellas in brown, blue, green and red from $1 to $3.50. Children's Fancy Parasoles, all shades, from 20c to $1. - These are all sample goods, best will be picked out first. Be on time Wednesday morning. 150 and 152 South That Distressing Pain! N' O HEED ot suffering: from Headache when it is so easy to nave ana to take our sure cure. Some headache remedies are harmful; these are made,to cure headache; have no bad effect; sure to do you good as well as to cure the pain. REGULAR PACKAGE, 25C. HIMMELMAN, PHARMACIST 164 SOUTH MAIN STREET. FOK- Featherstone Is a bargain. The only. first class wheel for the money in Akron. See them at Fair Foster Bros. We Sell Cheap If your pump needs repairing call up Ca...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 May 1899

,5-- 'sJNf -VB?V&ittfl!&g9Si?t ?iSSS5?9:ri-'' .- i" "tS; wmgtgtv- -- -wvSs "'"'ig M.MirrffT,iffffH PrcrJpttGft DftfMnMiM 1899 CAMERAS 1899 Great variety, lowesfcprices. IuBtruc. tion and dark room free. Photo supplies of every description. GEO. S. DALES S SON' 228 South Main st. : Dispensed at our store, will not AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. disappoint the doctor. Ask him' about, us and by all means follow his advice. HARPER'S ARCADE DRUG STORE VOLUME EIGHT. TIMBER 16 AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT 5 - J fS I? s i? I- DEVILS. They Were After Him. v A The Midnight Tantrum pf Banker Woods. Her Tried to Shoof His x Son Austin. Helwig Wanted to Marry His Daughter-In-Law. " Has Just 7 -V Deed Drawn In 1840 Been Filed. Awakened in the dead of night by j the frightful scream of an .allegpd 111:1 inac, the'members of Banker J. B. "Woods' family rushed dowu into the hallway to lind the fatlier audi husband running about the house waving his arms about his head in'...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 May 1899

-V" - '. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT" Edw. S. Harkr . Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. KdH.De Im. Coukt, Ugr. Advertising Dep't 1-UBLISUrD BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block. Xos. 135 and 13 Main st. I.OSG DISTANCE PHONE ISO. OFFICKUS AND DIBEOTOBS. President . JAMES V. Wki-sii Vice-President A.T. Paigk Secretary . Kiusd "A". G avkh Treasurer... Wiiiiax T. Sawtkk Kdw. S. Harikk Jko. JIcXamaw KD. H. DE IiA OOCBT. Kntered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Buy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 12.50 - - - J1.25 for Blx Mouth Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TlTKSDA.Y, MAY SI It is in keeping with the eternal fitness of things that one or two broken-down party hacks, of uncer tain political alllliations. should choose the columns of the Dobson organ to advertise the fact that they are boodlers. When a man puts in most of" Ins time bolting Democratic tickets, and measures his devot...

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