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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

.-- r--s- jiy " -7C '--C'CV"'' S I It I 1 U tf"I nt m J r Possible Allies H V. L4 W I f H ? Of the British and TJ. T Unil rlUL Boeralnthe H J'T I o e I 9 I! South African J.; n nnT nirno ! War-Wild s-i ,i,i V I I I 11 Ip-X Tribesmen May Take ? V It OULUldVOi Sides In the U It II III Bloody Strife. vt& W I I II j J ! i ': a n n a a n n n n i-j ; j jj.r .ij ,ijjrf.mt.t'(v''jTff,frff,'y""""":"'.T'-.-' j Savage warriors may add terror to tlic struggle between Great Britain and the floors. Everlasting enmity exists be f.veeu tbc Boers and tbc fanatic Kaffirs, mil it is not improbable that the sturdy fh.tchnien will have to reckon with their lIJ foes. It is only a few years' since iceues f savagery i)revailcd not exceed ed, if equaled. ly the Indian warfare in the early days of America. The story of the attack upon the Vnu Vechtaii homestead slmws the character if lighting between the Kaffirs, and Boers. The place was surrounded by a stockade, into which the Kaffirs plunged with demon...

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. — 30 October 1899

-vw- c-jCwr-1 Sv3k- --.:vaEw'-",','''!,-?-&;a eyssAsSW AKRON DAILY mocrat: JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS At B. WINGERTER'S Quality first, last and always. You will find prices here such that will make you THIIK and BUY. Optician and Jeweler, 185 S. Howard st. Baers' Lancaster i QAA Almanac for . . . 1 7UU HAS ABBIVED AT Steinbacher's, 1 04 E. Market st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 165 AKHON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBEll 30. 1889. PRICE ONE GENT !sT;r?lSSjlli?? i - GABLE GONE. Friends Are Alarmed. Have No Fear For His Personal Safety. He Was Well Supplied n i in muimy. i Large Sum Belonged to Akron Turnverein. Board Bill Left Behind Will be Remembered. A score or more of Akrou people would give a good deal to know the whereabouts of John Gable. He is a painter by trade and has resided in this city for several years. Gable boarded on Wheeler st., and was considered perfectly straight. One week ago today he failed to re tnrn to his boarding place. This did not occasion much concern at that time....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 October 1899

jr- .-&, c nr--"v --C? - " f -;T :" v I i t c f t I" THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Frtd W. dyer Editors and Mutagen. Ed H. De LA. Ooubt, Mgr. Advertlilnj Dept FOBI.ISUBD BT TUK AKRON DEMOOBAX COMPANY omci Democrat Block, Nos. US and 1ST Main at. LONQ DISTANCE FHOITS 190. ornczBs and diszotcks. President Jajou V. Welsii Vice-President.. Secretary Treasurer Edw.S. Hakter .a. . j-xise Fxd W. Gateh .VlLLIAX T. 8A-WTER J2f o. MoNamaka Ed. H. Di La Ooijet. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Clilo, .is Becond-Class Mall Hatter. Delivered Every Evening by- Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WtEK By Mall JiXO - - - J1.25 for Blx Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY. OCTOBER 30 Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN R. MCLEAN, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, A. W. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DeWITT C. BADGER, of Madison. For Attorney General, J. W. DORE, of aeneca. For Auditor, GEORGE W. 8IGAFOOS, of Darke. For Treasur...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 October 1899

,,S?-'"""""3' -j . -f,r,- fc "" -r ---vr - tVi J - Vi 2e ? FOR SALE. FOR SALE Form of 81 ncn.fi. Good buildings, a miles west of city on the Smith roHd. Dr. I J. Baughman, Montroe. O. ns-iw FOR SALE Two driving horses, weigh 1,000 und 1,W0 pound ench; prompt free drivers; safe for a lady to ride or drive. Mc Ouo's conl office. 25 Mill st. 1 .-' FOR SALE We are having a good trade, but our health compel"! us to seek other climes. Good chance to uuy an established clear news and pool bualuesx. Jnpulre at HOLLANDER'S Cigar Store. Ill 8. Howard St. l-lf L.OTS Cl Hacrallce sale of four lots, 50x152 feet ou High St., near Crosier St.. only J175 each. Six room houso. North Hill, nearly new. hard wood finish, 51,000. Good 50 acre farm, near Akrou, for sale, would take city property In exchange. Money to loan at 0 per cent. C. M. -Ion es Tel. 666 MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN Abundance ut 5 per cent on residences, business property or farms. Privilege of partial payments after one year. Chas....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 October 1899

TVjf- -r --,-5SJgfin. -'r-I---. - ' t- 5rh. ". t---- & , a- -tt, "V3it o-- -.... --i?r ;n- -jf v. " 'cpsr-f- : to Goods I;: Everything in Dress Goods but High Prices. $t.50 The pick of the market is dis played at this price of the best black mohair crepons we can And. $1.25 This is one of our best sellers, be cause we give great values. $1.00 The price is low but the grade of tne gooas is nign. 75c, 50c At these prices we show stripes and figures. They are very cheap but buying a big quantity we can , sell cheap. $1.00 60-in. colored, all wool home spuns, extra heavy for rainy day skirts and saltings. 75c 66-in. homespuns, in light and dark grey, tans, browns, etc., extra values. 50c 40-in. all wool plaids, granites, serges, in blues, browns, greens, reds, etc. ' 25c All wool flannels in reds, blues, greys, also fancy plaids, just the goods for children's wear. IOC 27-in. plaids, all styles, were 12jc a yard. gW"We sponge all dress goods bought in our store. 150.152 South Howard...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

- ; t -x "6 "-i TsrTf '""; VrS"v rJJJt'-srife-K;-- '" n'-' J-ff'-JfvJ -JJ--' i.-?.- "w ,- -. V -.r- v- -a-TS3J-'ir j- v-v.i-e?psW.TS'."1- AKRON DA IMOCRAT Rose Bud Cream The best remedy for all roughness of skin, it ia delightful as a toilet requisite. Ask for it at C. B. Harper & Co.'s Drug Store. Foot Balls, Striking Bars, Boxing: Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds; Guns, Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO KENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, 2S B.Mftln Street. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 166 AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 31. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT :sSl J TURNED The Board of City Commissioners Into a Political Machine. Ex-Commissioner Jos. Citizens Should G. M. Ex-City Commissioner Jos. Hugill, in politics always a Republican, made a statement to the Democrat today which appeals to the interests of every Akron taxpayer and voter. Mr. Hugill holds Probate Judge G. M. Anderson responsible for the 'deplorable condition of Akron's finances because of his interference with the affairs o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

&aSSS&$g&q&S3e&&eae- C'-:Tsxi' ft - si- --n , - $-.-, '-.- Li THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editor and Manager. Ed H. De LA Coubt, Mgr. Advertising Dept rUBLISEIS BT THK AKKON DEMOCRAT COMPANY office Democrat Block. Nos. IBS and 117 Main 61. uosa risTANCs phojtb 190. nmciRs sn DIBXOTOSS. President Jaxm V. Welsh Vice-President.. . - X. rAlUA secretary. .FSXD W. GATKK TreasureK, WnilUC T. 8AWTEK Ed. H. Dx La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, us Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall US) - - - 1J3 for Blx Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 THE PROXY SYSTEM MUST GO. Ex-City Commissioner Joseph Hugill, a respected citizen and business man of Akron, who has grown gray in the service of the Republican party, tells some start ling truths in another column of the Democbat today. He shows why it is that Akron is face to ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

:"--' ,-J"Z8i-&- Kt , -v -ii - -s-?- wwejsp?iswrTss - TSilL'&.fvVr-?t&7'' a?s'r- 7 i; rThenew if II A jf WALKING HATS ? j : -&ta liNUA The finest in the J , ; at 5 SMITH & TEEPLE'S ;l ? Also a fine variety of moderate in price ;! STREET HATS and always the best j I Trimmed Goods and Pattern Hats J No. 172 S. Main 8t. j j i Continued from first page. penses have been much greater than those of last year, and indications are that the total will aggregate $70,-000. "The citizens of the city will hold council responsible for permitting this enormous indebtedness to accu mulate. Something must be done even if improvements should be cut down. It is very likely that it will be neccessary to borrow $40,0C0 to begin the new year with, and in the course of the year to issue bonds amounting to $100,000 All these for current expenses only. 'I urge council to insist upon hav ing more representation in the con ducting of the affairs of this city. The members of the body will, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

r - ---'- -i . .. t-i. - -?-y ""JV'-'Vw' ' .xW-i? J1- vyf?v '-yr-ts''& i- h "V I i, ls& , iilij Dnfiultr Everything: in Dress Goods : but High Prices. $1.50 nick of the market is dis- Elayed at this price of the best lack mohair crepons we can find. $1.25 This is one of our best sellers, be cause we give great values. $1.00 The price is low but the grade of the goods is high. 75c, 50c At these prices we show stripes and figures. They are very cheap but buying a big quantity we can sell cneap. $1.00 GO-in. colored, all wool home bpuus, extra heavy for rainy day skirts and suitings. 75c 66-in. homespuns, in light and dark grey, tans, browns, etc., extra values. 50c 40-in. all wool plaids, granites, serges, in blues, browns, greens, red3, etc. 25c All wool flannels in reds, blues, .greys, also fancy plaids, just the goods for children's wear. IOC 27-in. plaids, all styles, were 12)e a yard. a3""We sponge all dress goods bought in our store. 150-152 South Howard S MHITAaT DAHCIH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

t- - igyiy -v -." - - FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm of 81 acres. Good buildings. Smiles -west o( citron the Smith road. llr. I J.Bauchmnn, Montrose, O. 11S-193 FOR SALE We nn-having n giKxl trade, but our health compels us to seek other clluipf. Good chance to huj nn established claarncwsnnd pool business. Inpulro at HOLLANDER'S Cigar Store, HI S. Howard st. 1M-1 EOTS CHEAP Sacrnllce tale of four lobs, 50x152 feet on High St., near Crosier st only $173 each. six room house, North Hill, nearly new. hard wood finish, $1,000. Good H) acre fanit, near Akron, for sale, would take city property In exchange. If oney to loan at 6 per cent. C. H.Jonos Tel. 866 MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN Abundance at 5 per cent on residences, business property or farms. PrK ilege of partial paments after one j ear. Chns. A. Ulackford, 1N0 South Main st. Oct. II, 1 mo. MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain in your possession. Can repay us In ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 October 1899

'-" -?3-Ti . i. k V L THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. ED H. Db Iu. Coubt, Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFKICK Democrat Block, Kos. 185 and 187 Main sU LONG DISTANCE PHONE 180. omOEBS AND DIBEOTOEB. President James V. veiii Vice-President A.T.Paii,e Secretary Fbkd W. Gatkb Treasurer Wiixiah T. Sattter Kdw. B. IIabtxb Jso. MoKaiiara Ed. H. 1)e La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Bv Mall J2.50 - - - H.2S for Six Month- Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN K. McLEAN, ol Hamilton. Tor Lieutenant Governor, A. AV. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DeWITT C. BADGER, of Madison. For Attorney General, J. V. DORE, of Seneca. For Auditor, GEORGE W. SIGAFOOS, of Dnrke. For Treasurer, JAMES I. GORMAN, of Lawrence. For M...

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

ssieti - -TXSgtS 5ejj rsnr f "r3i iz-A---i X - jrjwSe9-iTp5 Vs -S-JMtJ- s.&mzz &s nrrKJS"yie9 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS At B. WINGERTER'S Quality first, Iat and always. You will find prices here such that will make you THINK and BOY. Optician and Jeweler, 185 S. Howard st. Baers' Lancaster i Qflfl Almanac for . . . 7UU HAS ABBIVED AT Steinbacner's, 1 04 E. Market st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 167 AKRON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 1, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT BRUTAL AFFIDAVIT. two deaths PARENTS CLOSING -'iym''vnra M. O'lMEILA CO. We Are Making ... Assault on L.K.Stone. Was Knocked Down and Seriously injured. Two Unknown Men the Guilty Parties. Object of Their .Attack Is a Mystery. They Did Not Take Any Money or Valuables. At 11 o'closk Tuesday night, Louis K. Stone, of the In Greenwood Bros.' store, and -who resides at 110 Park Plaek, departed from the Elks' olub rooms for his home. Passing along Ash st., when in front of the Enterprise Manufactur ing company's...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 November 1899

j mm 5.V.4V"-. " V;- -0'i t - z '''JS?'''f -- , x ." -wng-t v l i. " fe ft. St THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hsrter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Manager. En H. De La Ooukt, Mgr. Advertising Itept PtTBLISHBD BT THE AKEON DEMOOKA.T OOMPA2.Y ornox democrat Block, Xos. ISi and 117 Main at. LON8 DISTANCE PHOHX ISO. OFircCERS ASD DIXOTOR. . President JAMM V. WKLSH Vice-President.. A-T. Paise Jud W. Gatkk Treasurer William . T. Bawtek EDW.B. BARTER JHO.M01.A1IARA Ed. H. Di La Coust. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening bj Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMatlliSO - - - JLSforSlx Months Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 WHO UE0 TO THEM 1 . A few minutes after the Russell Salary bill had been defeated in the Senate through the influence of Summit county's Republican offi cials, Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, one of the Democratic Senators from Cin cinnati, came to Senator Alexander and tol...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 November 1899

-S - 'VRrX $9&t-&?'''Ki' jf' rMi-. :i -s- --J'S' "7"rtt.i,J -J r - yii& '&&$& r-t!- ss.-x--"0(Bjr I -. -r; FOil SALC. FOK SALE A good family horse. In quire or address o. SC Sterling tret, Stelner allotment. IC5-1C FOR SALE FBrm of 81 acres. Good buildings, miles west of city on tho Hmlth road. Dr. I J. Unuchmnn. Montrose. O. 118-195 FOR SALE We are having a good trade, but our health compels us to seek other climes. Good chance to bur an established clear news and pool business. Iripulre at HOLLANDER'S Cigar Store, 111 S. Howard St. 161-169 LOTS CHEAP 8acraflce sale of four lots. 50x152 feet on High St., near Crosier St.. only 1175 each. Six room house. North Hill, nearly new, hard wood finish, $1,000. Good 50 acre farm, near Akron, for sale, would take city property In exchange. Honey to loan at 8 per cent. O. M. Jones Tel. 866 MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN Abundance at 0 per cent on residences, business property or farms. Privilege of partial payments after...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 November 1899

V -sw " ; ( F o.Ssj -,v ; '.-? V I. fe II . . By Buying . . Boston Store A 75c Ladies' natural wool ribbed vests and pants, in all sizes. 75c Medicated underwear in vests and pants, nice and soft. $1.00 Ladies' natural wool aud camel's hair Tests and pants, in first qual ities. 85c, $1.00 .Ladies' equestrian tights, in .blackrwoolfast color. $1.00, $1.39 Union suits in natural wool, all sizes, non-shrinkable. 50c The best ladies' union suits in ecru and grey, all sizes. 42c Ladies' Tests and pants, in camel's hair and natural. 25c Boys' fleeced underwear, in all sizes, from 6 years to 16 years. 19C Misses' fleeced lined union suits, in all size3. 5c Children's fleeced underwear in ecru and grey, in three sizes. Children's fleeced and camel's hair underwear, in all sizes. 150-152 South Howard St. MnjTAHT DASCHfG ACADEMY.. Beginners' Glass Monday e enlngs, 9 So'clock: Advance Class Wednesday r evenings, so'ciocK. l-nvate instruc tions by appointment. Music fur nished toe parties, etc....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 November 1899

Sm ' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Rose Bud Cream The best remedy for all roughness of skin, It la delightful as a toilet requisite. Ask-for It at C. B. Harper & Cos Drug Store. Foot Balls, Striking- Bags, Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds: Guns, Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO RENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s.Mauf street. vi fi ? if AKRON, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 2, 1899. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 168 PRICE ONE CENT L CITIZENS Against Akron's Affairs Being Con trolled by Political Dictator. Board of City Commissioners Turned Into Political Machine. Franchise Interests Get More Consideration Than the People. Mayor Young and Judge Grant Addressed Big Meeting at Turner Hall. Turner Hall -was packed full Wednesday night -with enthusiastic German Democrat voters and others of the Fourth ward. In no uncertain manner did the big audience show its sympathy with the sentiments of the speakers, cheering vigorously the advocacy of measures that would destroy political bossism and...

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

i"i-fl---C- "--2- -&.- """gaga. -n-- -jt - -v v .-- Ik THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harlcr Editors and Managers. 1 Fred W. Gayer! Ki H. DkLaCohet, Mgr. Advertising Sept i published BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY, i omcx . Oornocrat Block, Nos. 1SS and 137 Main it. LONG EISTASJCE PHONE 190. j OFFICERS ASD DIRECTORS. j President jAiira V. "Welsh Vice-President. .Secretary . .A. T. Paihe PRACTICAL HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN Fkxd W. Gateh j 1 rMmmrfr WHS. niidaAJi x. DAW XJbi; i Enw. S. Harter Jno. McNamaka I Ed. II. De La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, n I secona-uiass juau ainxier. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK Uv Mall J4.50 . . - J1.25 forBlx Months Official Paper of th City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THUBSDAY. NOVEMBER 2 ANSWER MR. HUGILL. Ex-City GpmmissionerJos. Hugill, one of the best-known Bepublicans in Summit county, gave his reasons in Tuesday's Democrat why he hud decided to work and vote against the re-election...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 November 1899

j--?:S'"v " -tfl. " ,,.. -. '-. "- ,- j -- 9 " 5. - T Only One Way TO PURIFY THE BLOOD, INCREASE FLESH AND STRENGTH AND TO CURE INDIGESTION. Secret Patent Medicines Will Not Do It. There Is a Simpler and Belter Way. There is only one way to purify the blood, only one way to Increase flesh, and that U through the stomach and digestive organs. Why? Because the stomach and digestive organs make blood and flesh, bone, nerves and sinew. Sid you ever see u person blessed with a healthy, vigorous stomach and digestion w bo bad Impure blood,muddy sallow complexlon,or w ho had w cak nerves, sleepless nights and the thousand and one pains and aches arising from poor digestion? No, because perfect digestion converts the food eaten Into pure blood, strong nerves and muscles und all the flesh a person needs to have for health, symmetry and beauty. Every person knows whether or not his or her digestion Is what It should lie, but every person does not know what is the (safest and best way to secur...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 November 1899

- " -? i i - V v- ?"'. W Mr feu II IBS . . By Buying . . Boston Store Q j rtK u wti rsc Ladles' natural wool ribbed vests and pants, in all sizes. rsc Medicated underwear in vests and pants, nice and soft. $1.00 Ladies' natural wool and camel's hair vests and pants, in fiirst qual ities. 85c, $1.00 Ladies equestrean tights, in black wool,, fast color. $1.00, $1.39 Union suits in natural wool, all sizes, non-shrinkable. 50c The best ladies' union suits in ecru and grey, all sizes. 42c Ladies' vests and pants, in camel's hair and natural. 25c Boys' fleeced underwear, in all sizes, from G years to 16years". 19C Misses' fleeced lined union suits, in all sizes. 5c Children's fleeced underwear in ecru and grey, in three sizes. Children's fleeced and cam el '6 hair underwear, in all sizes. 150-152 South Howard St. Iron Mines. Mr. John M. Gardner, formerly a plumber of this city, who" has baen in Colorado for some time has re turned home. Mr. Gardner has been assisting in the development of...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 November 1899

p Z&rrS&-&ir&--'- suvs- r- j-tst- c-?- jrjr"rr r sr(EtB'V- f-vvv' -Sv"..-' -'' -vi -w- VjfVfXtr1pKftS'fpi-VsfsS:-' THE WILCOX-BRUNQI CO. Loan money In any sum at lowest rates no delay. Insist on abstract when you pur chase. We make them correct and reason able. A burglar policy protects you, costs little and gives satisfaction; accident, cyclone, plate glass, boiler and employe Indemnity Insurance. Phone 1 5. Office, 232 S. Main st. AKRON DAILY MOCRA Bacrs' Lancaster Almanac for . . . 1900 HAS ARRIVED AT Steinbacner's, 1 04 E Markets!. 1 VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 169 AKRON, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 3. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT. DE i PECULIAR Action of Republican Members of Board. Commissioners McMillen and Crisp Object to a Trifling Change. There ares ome very peculiar in consistencies noticeable in the delib erations of tlie Board of City Com missioners. The following serves as an in stance to illustrate the truth of the above. Recently the Robinson Bros, company asked ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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