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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 November 1899

"J5V.Vi --, 1 sj THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harier Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. Dk La Court, Mgr. Advertiilng Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DEMOOKAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and 157 Main U LOSO DISTANCE PHONE 190. OFFICERS AND DIRECTOKB. Pi eslJont J V. "Wklsh Vice-President.... A. T. Paioe Secretary .. Kked W. Gated Treasurer. William T. Bivtik KDW. S. HARTEIt JSO. ilCNAMAUA Ed. H. De La Court. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, at Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK My Mall &50 - - - 11.25 lor Six Months Official Paper of ih City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 g J TRYING TO EVADE THE ISSUES. Akron's City Commissioner sys tem is as much an issue in this cam paign as the Administration of the State or National government. Akron people might endure the system -were the offices of Commis sioner filled by men of independ ence; men who would act solely in the best inter...

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. — 3 November 1899

k.W v V"V -& -"i- v - -rf2" ?v vrv t 'FJ - ",e'J --3.-vX,Tla -- "y-?( - k: -, wws r VvVWJMWvVVVH. You Can Expect A Cold Snap Soon You can expect to get here the LOWEST PRICES possible for reliable. Boots, Shoes & Rubber Goods Then would it not be wise to BUY NOW AND BUY HERE. You can save ni' ney by doing so. F SAUVAIN Men's and Boys' mple This is a broad assertion to make, but we have got them. We bought, the entire sample line of one of the largest man ufacturers in the country. The Sizes Are 6, 6J, 7, T$ and 8. These are the only sizes samples are made in. Some are Calfskin, Box Calf, Patent Leather, Enameled Vici Kid, And all kinds of leather, TAN AND BLACK; shoes for everybody that can wear these sizes. This Sale Will Commence Saturday Morning Special Reduction Sale in our Dry Goods, Clothing Millinery and Cloak Department. Kra us Dept. Store 151-153 S. Howard St. BARBERTON'S Fair Is Proving a Great Success. Samusl F. Jones Is an Attraction Tonight Large Crowd Present. ...

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. — 3 November 1899

Store Talk on Saturday Specials. $5.00 to $15.00 Golf Capes in double 'face ma terials; also plain goods with plaid trimmings. These capes are made expressly for us.J $4.00 to $9.00 Ladies' Rainy day skirts in double faced material; also reversible. $4.50 to $5.T5 "Wool plaid skirts, very latest in colors and stripes.J $4.00 to $5.00' Ladies1 mackintoshes in red, brown and bine, with new double breasted cape. $1.00 to $3.00 Ladies' wool waihts, trimmed with .black,-braid, in red. blue, brown antf'green. $1.50 Black crepons, the best values we have ever shown at this price. Look them over, although you don't buy. $1.00 60-inch all wool homespuns, in all the latest colorings; the best for suits. 25c All wool 40-inch dark plaids worth 39c. These goods are a big bargain. 8C 30-inch flannelettes in checks, stripes and fijmres; special for Saturday 8c. were 12 l-2c. IOC 86-inch flannelettes in figures, stripes and plaids, all colors; were our regular 16e grade. 61C 27-inch fancy figured c...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 November 1899

V - V ?-V 'A C T & :v - r - --Jft. .- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harler Frtd W. Gtyer Editors and Managar. Ed II. De Jjl Court, II gr. Advertising Dtpt rUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and 17 Main it. IKING DISTANCE FHOira 190. officers and dikxotobs. President , jatcm v. "Welsh Vice-President A.T. Paige Secretary FszD W. Gayer Treasurer.. Wrr.T.TAii T. Bawyzk Edw. 8. Hahtee Jo. McNamaka Ed. H. Qk La Ooust. Entered at the Postoffloe at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Cl&ss Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall J2.50 - - - J1J5 for Blx Months Official Paper of tlis City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ? &, Ohio Democratic Ticket. Kor Governor, JOUN U. SIoLKAN, of Hnrallton. Kor Lieutenant Governor, A. w. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DeWITT C. BADGER, of Mndisoii. For Attorney General, J. W. DO RE, of Hrneca. For Auditor, GEORGE V. SIGAFOOS, . of DarUe. ForTr...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 November 1899

--&'Sm&''4- --- T-"" - TT" ?e; -I- DEATH TO WITCHES. Srnge Beliefs Which Lead to Murder Anions the Indian OflJritlsb Columbia. Storiei o the murder of Indians ac luseJ of witchcraft in British Columbia ire so freqient and well authenticated is to establsh the existence of the av tge enstom. Some time ago au Indian woman lay near unto death in her home at Tahlta"B village, and the wise men of the tribe decided that she had been be witched. She belonged to the faction of the Tnhltaus known as the "Wolves," M) a Wolf witch doctor was called upon to drive out the witch that had crept in to the mortal body of the Kloochman. The doctor eanie dressed in wolfskins and made up to resemble as nearly as possible a wolf, and for two hours he danced about the couch of the dying wo man, uttciiiiK horrible cries and making thicntenhut gestures, calculated to drive the witch out of the woman. The witch ! WV A& W SWN PW TAHLTAX WITCn IlOCTOR. did not appear, and as the woman was apparent...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 November 1899

-i ,- --T va -- -vt '.-n -- - :f--j "VV ' T-A" -".:.? w SOUTHERN INDUSTRY NEW AND IMPROVED ORDER OF THINGS IN DIXIE LAND. riuitcn No T-onjrer Depend Solely Upon Collun nnil Tobacco Activity In the Lumber Trade Xeir Slann factorlca. Special Correspondence. Richmond. Oct 30. There has been much talk about the new south ever since the war, but not nntil recently has there been a boom which needed no prodding. After years of weary wait ing substantial and universal prosperity has come. Best of all. southern indus tries are diversified. No longer do we depend solely upon raising cotton. This historic city is being revolutionized. The James river is boing harneed for electrical purposes, and the railroads ere building two costly stations and several viaducts. Several big manufac tories arc under way Capital is no longer doubtful about southern condi tions. The rise in the price of cotton not only brings hope to the south, but de velops a iopnlar ambition which has not been known in a quar...

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

- It r- 3. ' vi R,v s .$ Tpr -.--., tllllilLilliMlSlflBMiJiflMlMLB eyes. He was the hero of all her reveries, and she said simply, "Everything is pos sible to a man who has climbed the Dent Jaune." "l'es. Eva," he rcpaated as he took her hand and held it throbbing in his oivii scarred and swollen palm, "everything, but there is a height higher than any I have attempted yet, the highest, the ho liest altitude of alL We will climb that pinnacle together." "What do you speak of? asked Eva softly, struck by the seriousness of his tone. "Of lovo, Eva," he replied. "Of the highest altitude. The height of all is lo c." Illustrated London Xew-. Wanted Immediately THE- 1, - npvIH CMcago Bankrupt Clothing Co. 163 S. Howard St. r Is- 1- J20 A I Cio-fching Salesmen 8 A I Shoe Salesmen 15 A I Oon-ts' Furnishing Goods IS A I Dry Goods Sales Ladies IO A I IVIilliraory Sales Ladies. None but H. 3REENSAUM GfflwwfWfwwjwjr WADDLES' HOLIDAY. WAS MARRED BY THE EXPENSE OF LIFE AT A HOTEL. So 3Ira. IV. De...

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

rv?"!'r'' '-nip "1 3T 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 & Co.'s 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, M) 8. Msln Street. M K h r u VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 170 AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 4, 1899 PRICE ONE CENT AFTER The Chief of Police. Mayor Young Details a Conversation That May Explain Why an Akron Democrat Is Working Hard to Re-Elect Judge Anderson. Incidentally the Mayor Defends His Position. A Democrat reporter called on 3ayor Young this morning relative to the .report that is being circulated Tjy the friends of Judge Anderson -that Mayor Young had, in last fail's campaign, hired Mr. D. M. Collins to 0 to Peninsula in behalf of Mr. "Wanamaker. What truth is there in this story?" asked the Democrat repre sentative of the Mayor. "Some time ...

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

" v 'Vf "" r n Pr f j t- i 5, I : r THE DAILY JDEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editor and Managers. Ed H. De La Coukt, Jlgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT TIIE AJOtON DEMOOHAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 Main it. LONG DISTANCE FHOCTC 190. OFFICERS ASD SIBECTOES. President . ..Jajies V. WEIJ5H Vlce-Presldent Secretary . Treasurer Enw.S. Hartee, A-T. PAIGE ..Feed W. Gater Wiu-iaji T. Sawtek Jko. MoNamara Ed. II. De La Court. Entered at the Fostofflce at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK 13 Mall $2-50 - - - Jl .25 for Six Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 PURCHASING AN ENDORSEMENT. Were it not for the fact that candi dates upon tho local Republican ticket have the backing of an enor mous campaign fund were they running wholly upou their merits and the justice of their cause, as tho Democratic candidates, being men of moderate means...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 November 1899

"? -" f1 - x? - " -1r " -V5 ' --A'i!r fttienewyr i; s fe- ?.ilgl A The finest in the l I world to be found 5 5 i AT SMITH S TEEPLE'S ;. I Also a fine variety of moderate m price s i I STREET HATS and always Ht h b S"t l i j in ' - I I Trimmed Goods and Pattern Hats ' No. 172 S. Main St. $5SS&$eS2-JSS83 r $Ss3434yss.33s8Sr3$K Hoo oo nrvi!d Wo know our soap is far superior to the "ordinary yellow laundry soap," but to be convinced, you will have to try it yourself. no cno It is a white laundry soap and costs no mora than the ordinary. YOUR ROGER KEEPS ITT Manufactured by Akron Soap Co. A Satisfaction. "What are you going to do for amuse ment today?" "I think," answered the hero, "that I'll go to a dime museum and see the armless phenomenon." "I didn't know you were interested in curiosities of that kind." "I wasn't formerly, but it will be a great satisfaction to meet somebody who I'm dead sure isn't going to shake hands with me." Washington Star. woman's Nairn to tisually so full...

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

"V . "V- -JHfc -4- ff-rs?"-"'. - - 4- TV- -V- '-.- - "--rws- ""S,5- - y- C 7 I Qp&l The Weather Sunday Fair and continued cold tonight and Sunday. MITTENS AND GLOVES IOC, 12Jc Children's double black wool mittens, just the article for school wear. 20c, 25c Children's fancy woven black wool mittens, in different sizes. Infants' wool mittens, in pink, blue and white, fast colors. 50C Children's lined kid mittens, with fur tops, in different shades. IOC, 12)c Ladies' black single wool mittens, fast black, good and soft. 20c, 25c Ladies' double mittens, with fancy back, very thick and warm. 25C, 50C, $1.00 Ladies' black 6ilk mittens, wool lined, splendid wearing. 75C, $1.00 Ladies' kid mittens, lined, with beaver tops, in all shades. f5c Ladies' kid gloves, all shades, with two clasps, $1.00 Ladies' kid gloves, the best the market can afford fo give, in all colors, with two clasps and lace ing. 25c, 50C Ladies' fleece lined Jersey gloves in black and navy "Visit our Underwear and Ho...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 November 1899

- rf- - V T-r'4-?sv - ---.-i jtirsv it,,- "" - -S. -i v-f't '"' -K - "-' " T" p,"Nr. r t- I 1- HIE DAILY DEMOCRAT Cow. S. Barter Fred W. Gtjer Editors and Manager. Ei H . De U Cocbt, Mgr. Advertising Sept punr.isnED bt AKHON DEMOOHAT COMPANY THE OfFIOE lii-tnocral Block, No. US and 1ST H&ln it. IA1NO DISTAXCB PBOXS ISO. OFFICERS iSS DIBJBOT0X8. I'resldent . jAltu V. Wilsu Vice-President.. "crcuuy . 3'kkd W.'gateb Treasurer... ffn,m T. Sawteb Kow.s. Hariih Jho. McNamara El). H. DZ IiA OOtTBT. Kntered at Che Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Iinered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK H Mull tiSfl - - - H.25 tor Bli Months Official Papor of thi City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 fTRAp$$dgttNCIL!3 J Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN R. MCLEAN, ot Hiimllton. - - Kor Lieutenant Governor, A. W. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DeWITT C. BADGER, ot Madison. Kor Attorney General, J. W. DORE, of aen...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 November 1899

" jEt""? "- -V- r--Vg SUFFIELD. Mrs. A. H. and Mrs. Floran Ken returned home Monday after visiting several days with friends in Hiram. Miss Ann and Daniel Layman were at Burton last week visitinj; with relative aDd friends. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Spitler of Hart ville, have moved into their newly built home near Hartville. where they will bo pleased to see their friends. Mrs. Lucindiv Kinsey returned to her home in Indiana last week after a four weeks' visit with friends in this place. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wijrbtman of Akront passed through the village Friday. Mesdames Bolender, Slabaugh, Fritch, Kent, Newbauer, Cramer and Porter and Miss Lulu Wegrnan were royally entertained at the home of Mrs. Carrie "Weaver by the W. C. T. TJ. of Brimfield Thursday and all enjoyed themselves. The boys of the Suffleld High school have sent for a foot ball and intend to organize a foot ball team soon. They say that all neighbor ing teams will be challenged. - The "W.C.T.U. of Suffleld held a special meeti...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 November 1899

- ITE- - VJ- ? V ---r - ' Ji'""'""W5-'-y,;.';s5VS'!S:rS FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm of 81 acres. Good buildings, 6 miles west of citron the Smith road. Dr. I J. Baughman, Montrose. O. 11S-195 iots CHEAP 8acra(lce ealo of four lot?, 50x152 feel on High St., near Crosier St., only Jlu each. Six room house. North 11111, nearly new. hardwood finish, l.mo. Good 80 acre farm, near Akron, for sale, would take city property in exchange. Honey to loan at 6 per cent. C. HI. Joi-ios Tel. 866 MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN Abundance nt 5 per cent on residences, business property or farms. Privilege of partial payments after one year. Obas. A. Blackford, 193 South Main st. Oct. 11, 1 mo. HONEY TO LOAN From J5.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain In your possession. Can repay us In monthly Installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of fice hours, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., 1:80 to 5 p.m. L. C. MILLER fc IVY MILLER. 309-821 tf FOR SALE New D-room house, with slate ...

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

"" -fss?1 niftw-'Hwtw 'smfpw- -5S55S!5Si?!S '"3i&iyfe' T,,"f:;v3r l?i i k- Ch: MEADS OR TAILS. 'Mrie," I began awkwardly, for I hail rever proposed before, "you must kno jou must have seen for a long time that that I love you." Marie said nothing, but bat looking down at her hands, which were twisting a bit of lace that she called a handker chief. She was smiling before I began. he now looked distressed. "Marie," I began, venturing with much trepidation to lay my hand softly upon both of here, "what's the matter?" She looked up. Her lips were quiver ing, and" a tear, balanced for the start, Etood in each eye. "I don't know what to do," she whis pered brokenly. "TVell," I said inquiringly, lnvicing her to continue. She hesitated nervously for several sec onds. Then she went on almost lnaudl bly: "You see, Mr. Transome told me last night what you told me just now." "Hang Transome! I said to myself, . but to Marie I said, "Well, Philip Tran some is a fine fellow, you know." "Of cou...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 November 1899

??pt!5eiitti( - -. &$&&St:?Z-- fzzn&Sr&&&J5g- WEVXSKW" -&. - - - '-w - - vfe -uA -r3S3 FRED. LAUB'S SPECIALS For Wednesday, Not. 8. Tenderloins, Spare Ribs & Back Bone Peoples' Cash Meat Market 121 If. Howard at. Tel. 612. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Baers' Laicaster i QAA Almanac for . . . 7vJ HAS ARRIVED AT Steinbacners, 1 04 E. Market st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 171 AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 6. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT )i CAP! BALDWIN Scores Judge Anderson For Truck ling to Disappointed Democrats. Charges That AH Other Issues Interests of Other Candidates Are Being Subordinated to Save the System of Government by Proxy. Declares That Republicans Are Justified In Voting Against Judge Anderson. "Ex-City Commissioner Joseph Hugill was right -when he said that Judge Anderson had turned the Board of City Commissioners into a politi cal Machine," said Captain A. P. Baldwin, one of Akron's leading Repub licans, to a Dehocbat reporter today. "As Mr. Hug...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 November 1899

tv? , f- & H(5 ----'- -- &- -- f THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Frd W. Gjer Editors and Mantgen. ED H. Di LA Oooet, Mgr. AdTertliln Ppt rrBIJBHZD BT THE AKBON DEMOCRAT COMPANY office Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and Vtt Main t. LOMS DISTANCE FHOITB 190. OFFICERS JLND SIBXOTOBS. Pr.,ldent Jaxxs V. Welsh Vice-President Secretary . Sbxd W. Gayer Treasurer WhliikT.Biwti EDW. 8. HAKTEK JHO.MONAMAKA Ed. II. Be La Oookt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, at Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered ETery Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Hy Mall 12.50 - - - IU8 tor Six Month Official Paper of tin City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN K. MCLEAN, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, - A. V. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DeWITT C. BADGER, of Madison. For Attorney General, J. W. DORE, of benecu. For Auditor, GEORGE W. BIGAFOOS. of Darke. For Treasurer, JAMES I. GORMAN, of Lawrence. For Mem...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 November 1899

-s-"?; J-vr- ,tjv""Vi. - tfcyV. " f. iSoac .' "i- '- V -c-w rti "?. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm of 81 ncres. Good buildings, 8 miles west of city on the Smith road. lr. I J. Baughmnn, Montrose, O. 11S-U6 FOK SALE A tine large lay mare, eight vcars old, weight 1110 pounds, sound and all riht. Ennulre 102 Lake St. 170-172 -- r . v T- -,, ironf N1 imraa nrfth run oaujj vi iiiawia .- .,.,. ...... good buildings and fences, rich tillable land, watered by springs and brook, fine fish pond, orchard and sugar bush: close to Akron; price less than S4X. J. I. Bachtel, . lnsuranco and loans, lSi South Howard st. 170 tf iors CHEAP Sacrnflce sale of four lots, S0xl5S 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 tale, would take city property In exchange. Money to loan at tf per cent. C 1-3- .Jonoi Tel. 866 FORSALE No. 10GOtlssu,7 room house, large barn, lot 6xlC5, 1575-cost J2.KW; 5 room house...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 November 1899

- yt "I""J- - m. - -ai, ' $&u The Weather Tuesday Fair tonight and Tuesday. Underwear FOR Gentlemen, Ladies' AND Children. 39c Men's fleeced underwear in natural, double stitched seams, regular 50c quality 42c 1 case men's wool fleeced under wear in Camels hair shade. 7Sc, $1.00 Men's natural and camels hair underwear, nice and soft, good wearing. $1.25 Men's double-brested back and front camels hair underwear, just the garment for men exposed to out door work. 25c Ladies' silk trimmed vests and pants fleece lined. 39C Ladies' wool plated vests in Ecru onlv, made to sell for 50c. 45c Ladies' natural and camels hair vests and pants, good'and warm. $1.00 Ladies' camels hair underwear in vests and pants all sizes. $1.25 to $2 Ladies' black wool union suits, guaranteed fast color. lOcup Children's underwear, .fleece lined, in natural and camel's hair 25c Boys' underwear, in all sizes, fleece lined. $11.00 Philadelphia and Return. $11.00 Via P. & W. and B. & O. B. B., Nov. 14...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 November 1899

' A' 1 r J' ;v,-iJ, "i" i; -i-iJ J." - . - m sr i MOCRAT 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 &Co.'s Drug Store. Foot Balls, Striking Bags, Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds; Guns, Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO KENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s.MaSstreet. il VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 172 AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 7. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT ?l AKRON DAILY DE HEAVY Vote Being Polled. All Sides Claim to Have the Best of it. No More Money Being Placed On Nash. ' Where to Go to Hear the Returns Tonight. ' t I Conservative People Do Not Risk Predictions. At three o'clock this afternoon the indications were that the vote in Summit county would be unusually hearvy for a state election. Chairman Ed. H.' Bishop of the Democratic Executive committee received a telegram from a Cincin nati friend this morning announcing that the Republicans there -will bet no more even money upon Candid...

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