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Frcfl Laub's Specials for
Saturday, Dec. 16
Bptre nibn, Trnclorlolnti, nulk
OjaienSfci inr it. lurkfjs nnd
ll klnda of urckiod Poultry
People's Cash Meat Market,
VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 205
ARM TORN OFF
When He Was a Boy.
Hoppe Now Asks For
0. C. Barber Offers to
Settle Tax Case.
Garber Case Not Assigned to
Judge D. J. Nye.
Deny That Signature Is Genuine
Court House News.
The cage of Hoppe vs. Parmelee Is
being heard In Elyria.' The plain
tiff who rostdes In this county, Is
represented by Harvey Musser and
Ten years ago, whllo employed by
the defendant at Wellington, his
arm was torn oil In a wool picking
machine. At the time he was 12
years of ago. He Is now 22. He
asks for $10,000 damages.
Minerva S. and Susan S. Pierce,
executors of the estate of L. B.
Pierce have filed an answer, In which
they deny that Mr.. Pierce ever
signed or authorized, anyone to sign
the note sued by the Kent National
I bank. The amount claimed is 375.
Barber fax Cast.
Auditor i?j Slater and Treasurer
j v Homer E. Bergor 'we- in, Cleveland
I t-'""" today ;- TheWflWOrrBrSeyimMir;
! ' TrUksurerVvaOi Oarbor, is being
j heard. Tho county asks Judgment
for $219,035 CO, alleged to be due for
back taxes. Of this $118,010.80 Is
against Mr. Barber personally and
$101,021.M against him as trustee.
Tho officials took tho "tax dupli
cates for tho years 188(1-1893 to Cleve
land to offer in evidence. It Is snld
the defendant has olforod to settle
The name of tho corporation
known as tho Wilcox, Bruner com
pany was changed Friday to the
Bruner, Goodhuo, Cook company.
Ida Madison has been granted a
divorce from Harry Madison.
Ida 12. Haushaltor was given a do-
VTaUrm noTc i ptpio
oimm iiuaia, mama, Jxuiiid
...At Removal Sale Prices...
...Make Your Selection For Christmas Gifts Now...
in large variety
$4 to $10
tho largest line
$1 to $3
25, SO, 75c, $1
J. Koch & Compa
Easy Chairs and
Rugs and "
Music Cabinets and
Parlor Pieces and
Parlor Cabinets and
Our Store Is filled
with things which will
make your friends
Sollerof everything to fur
nish n house,
South Howard street.
The world-renowned life .reader.
reveals all thinsrs to tho satisfaction
o-ihls-,patro!u,;Ehoto;readlng a J
...fftfee 108 W, Market St
croo In her nctlon for a divorce from
The divorce case of Eunice Costel-
la vs. George J. Cos'lolla has been re
ferred to C. F. Beery.
Mrs. Lovlna Clillds' motion for a
now trail was overruled by Judge
Audorson. She was fined the oo3ts,
amounting to $100.
Tho cbbo of Jacob Baus vs. August
Manning has boon settled.
Tho defendant in the case of tho
Erie vs. thq Akron & Cuyahoga Falls
Itaptd Transit company has filed a
motion for a new trial.
In the case of Lester J. Benson vs. '
$1.00 to $6.00
$1.00 to $3.00
50c, 75c, $1
50c to $1.50
$2.00 to $3.00
Part One, V
AKRON. OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 15, 1899.
Cynthia E. Viall, tho dofeudant litis
filed a motion In wlilch alio alleges
the court has no jurisdiction In the
Judge Kohler stated Friday that
ho had not assigned tho Garber case
to Judgo Nye. Ho said he had stat
ed tho he profercd to have Judgo
Nye hear the caso but that no order
had been mado.
Albert Vordennan, Akron 20
Orn Halllwell, Akron IS
John F. Baunigartbl, Summit Hill 21
Ella Drlesbach, Coventry ID
Chas. Stecley, Akron 21
Ida Dohlko, Akron 18
Harry Davis, Akron 21
CarrloO.Stmms, Akron 10
Kentucklan His Good
Rev. J. G. Slayter, who will 'suc
ceed Bev. C. J. Tannar as pastor of
Akron's First Chuich of Christ, Is in
the fifth year of his pastorato at
Steubenville, having built a new
church whllo thero and made his
congregation the most influential In
that city. Ho is a Kentucklan by
birth, tall, eloquent and forceful
He has a wife and two children.
The most useful Xmiis present Is a
sewing macmne. see a. i.. awisie:
for the host. 128 8. Main st.
rt !.. i li
' 'r T -
154 S. frjain Si.
And be sure to come early
on account of jloor space.
Andremembor that Sterling
Silvor to bo good must Iiavo
thickness and bo
Silks and Shades
50c to $1.50
$5.00 to $8.00
50c to $1.50
mm anil Toys
Irs EJasomont Store
WONDERLAND thrown OPEN for tho LITTEL
ONES, for whom "we havo also over 1)00 different
Games,' fcubes and Puzzles
To 'select from
WAR IN CUBA t
SIEGE OF HAVANA
BATTLE OP MANILA
Enormous stock of Fronch and flaviland china,
in addition to -hjrge lines of glassware,
crockery, otc, from all parts of tho
world. Hundreds' of- othor highly desirable and suitable
Christmas presents are displayed in this department.
M. O'lMEIsL. & CO,
S. IE. FSHlWJNElV & Oo.
If A 13. Main St.
.SMM&M. - ft
H'ji .-n-9 v
lcaclloo At-e Invltod to Jao
Our Cos;- Corner.
Added lo Police Force The New
BIx regular nlllcers were added to
the police forco Friday by the City
Commissioners. The nctlon as
taken on tho recommendation of
Messrs. McMlllcn and PalgcJJ
of the Pollco Commlttoe. The
menappolntod are Harry A. Welsh,
Engcno Murray, V. II. McAlllstor,
John Dully, Irvln Franco and James
Edwards. Thoy will bo paid $00 per
mouth. This gives the city 23 regu
lar patrolmen. No nddltlunal spec
ials will bo appointed at present.
It Will be Organized In
Order of the Eastern Star
Were All Prepared.
Squlro H. S. Falor, lias received
from Dr. Claro Smith, Grand Patron
of the Ohio Orderof tho Eastern Star,
all the papers necessary to petition
for the organlartlon of an Akron
ohapter of tho Order. All Master
Masons, or tbo wives, widows, moth
ers, sisters, or daughters of Master
Masons in good htaudlng, mo quall
fledjfor admission to tbo ordor.
Squtro and Mrs. Falor were char
ter mombers of Lorain Ohaptor, No.
1, of Columbus, the first Chapter or
ganized in Ohio. They joinod In
1838, while Sthe qulro held n govern
ment position at Columbus. Theie
aro now 100 Chapters in Ohio, with a
membership of 6,000.
Fair tonight Ooldor lu enst and
oentral portion Fair Saturday
Continued cold Saturday and Sun-
'EtjBL. & oo,
MOTOR CARRIAGE .',
RACE FOR CUP
YOUNG AMERICA TARGET
From 50c to $3.50
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Louise Assembly, Pythian Sister
hood, was on Thursday night ten
dered a pedro party and social by
Mrs. S. E. Shaffer, at her home, 514
East Exclinnge st. Vocal and instru
montnl muslo were features, lle
ficshments were sorved at 0.
Mrs. S. J. Phillips of the Empire
House is attending, tho meeting of
State Hotel association at Columbus.
A. N. Graham, traveling agent of
the Ann Arbor Railway was in the
Itev. A. I. Spanton of "Ravenna
visited Akron friends Wednesday.
Attornoy T). L. Marvin was in
4 1 1 . ,
Holiday Dress Goods
We are Showing
An elegant line of fino
Black Dress Goods
Poplins, Cheviots, Orepous
Colored Dross Goods
"Whipcords, Poplins, Granites, Cheviots.
Beaver Collnrettes, Beaver Scnifs, Mink Storm
Collars, Children's Sots, Electric Seal Jackets,
JJuiTs, etc., etc.
Sra cHos' and IVIisses' Jaokots
Pretty Holiday Goods at SMALL PRICES.
Medallions, Toilet Sots, Shaving Sets, large selection of books,
Popular authors, handsomely bound, iOa styles, 19c.
Kid Glove all shades, every pair warranted, 79c and $1.00,
Handkerchiefs in endless variety.
Umbrellas in fine variety of handles.
Handkerchief and Giovo Boxes, Albums, Gouts' Ties, Clocks,
Cushions, Jewelry, Pockotbooks, Silk Mittens, Skirts, ato., etc
Nothing can bo more acceptable for a Christmas, gift than a
Wo have them in nil grades, from the smallest to full room
OARFe;tQ i" Axminster, Body Brussels, Velvets
3SStor open Saturday night and every evening next week.
Is the Pure Food
Coming to Akron In JanuaryHall
Mr. Henry Tonjes, of Canton, Is In
Akron in tho Interest of a Pure Food
Exposition, to be held at Assembly
hall Jan. 10 to 20. Food manufac
turers from nil parts of the United
States will erect booths of different
sizes, magnificently decorated and
Humiliated, equipped with gas
stoves, upon nhich demonstrators
will cook, prepare and serve oat Ct-eo
to the public food articles on exhi
bition. Imposition is Intended to
educate tho people on what foods nro
in the market and how to prepare
Popular free lectures will be given
every afternoon on cooklnp, and
there will bo vltoscopo and musical
entertainments. A nominal admis
sion fee will charged, 20 per cent of
which will go to tho Union Charity
Every order to be taken for goods
will be turned over to tho Akron
Tho Food Exposition recently held
in Canton was a groat event, being
attended one evening by tho Presi
dent. Assembly Hall will bo decor
ated with $150 worth of trimmings.
Among the Akron guests at tho
wedding of Miss Luella Landrock to
Mr. Geo. IJ. Fulton, at Canal Fulton,
were Miss Blanche Chamberlain and
Mr. Sherman Jackson.
3. E. EMllSl5EV &.
IS4 S. IVSsairi S-fc.
Havenna on professional business
Two well known Summit Hill
young people were married last even
ing by Itev. E. It.JjWilliard. The
news of this wedding will como as a
pleasant surprise to their many
friends. Tho groom was Mr. John
F. Bauragartel, and his bride was
Mies Ella DreUbach. The marriago
took place at the homo of the groom's
patents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Baam-
Rev. George C. Bauragartel of
Lelghton, Iowa, a brother of the
groom, assisted Kev. Willlard n the
service. A line wedding suppor sup
per was served. Mr. and Mrs. Baum-
gartol will be at homo to their friends
at the Baumgartel home on Summit
- Brouse Co.
Bact's Lancaster Almanae
Em Arrlre nt
IOA. E. Market ast.
PKIOE ONE CENT '
"The Big Store of
T O V 3
For Xmas Time.
Such an aggregation of
As 23 exhibited here, has
never boon beheld. It Ls tho
most bounteous dfcplay tho en
tiro city possesses.
AVe'ro loaded for you
with the choicest stock over
shown in Akron, and at prices
other dealers buy at.
Fine Lino Jap. Goods,
All kinds Ilubbcr Toys,
Cups and Saucers,
A. B. C. Blocks,
Box Letter Paper,
All kinds Glaai'vare,
Little nnd Big Bolls.
We have thousands
other articles. Come
and see for yourself.
Saturday, Dae. IS,
2 P. M. SALE.
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock we
will sell 25c DOLL BUGGIES for IOC.
SALE LASTS TILL ALL AEE SOLD.
T:J0 SALfc 2nl Floor.
At ?:J0 v.e will sell CHERRY COL.
PALM STOOLS FOR 33C. SALE LASTS
TILL ALL ARE SOLD.
Goods delivered free to all parts of
SPtCIAL TRICES TO CHURCHES AND
5c and 10c Store
P. R. Smith's Old Stand
lis S.Howard st.
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