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AKRON DAILY. DEMOCRAT. FEIDAY. DECEMBER 15
XkVIAS SHOE TALK
Special prices on tf
.Also extraordinary LOW PKIOES on all
Men's, Womens', Boys'
You could not givo a moro useful present than foot
wear. See us beforo you buy elsewhere; the shoo storo
where you can. save money.
S. kVIalrs St.
Quail Season Closed.
Along the Line.
DIAMONDS and PRECIOUS STONES
Fine Watches and Clocks
Fine Silverware of every Description
Prices the Lowest
Sco us beforo you buy Christmas presents.
From now until. Christmas we will
make a special cut price on all Per
fiimes. Come in and get our prices.
The Allen-Clark Drug Co.
Coiner Howard and Mill Streets.
GRAND SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
Suits, Overcoats and Top Coats
For Man, Boys and Chlldron.
RtOKIVED THIS WEEKl
200 Elegant Suits at S and upwards
100 Fine Overcoats at . ..$6.75and upwards
50 Top Coats at $5.98 and upwards
Hoys' anil Ohildron'H .Suits and Overcoats, at nil prices,
good valuos. Thoy can't I hi boaton at our figures. Under
wear, mill a lino lino of Neckwear just rccoived. Neckwear
sold elsuwhoru at 00c, our special Xmns price 2So. Our
75c and SI Neckwear, Mierinl Xmas prico SOo.
licmombcr you will liuil John hero at thu
i Big 134 Clothing House
HOLPSTEIN A OO.
grcr.'saaurHK nu jjlm.t;
HI'KOIAI, l'J(U'i:.S TO
Churches, Schools and Societies
FULL LINK OK
F"pulta and Nuts.
N. LASKARIS CO.
I'honn 28(1. 1(12 Booth Howard st.,
A MB 8. Howard Bl., up. city building.
I'resh Honio-mado Christinas Oaudies and a lino lot of Choc
olates, Kiuits, Nuts, t'onfectiouory. Elegant I!o Hoods,
lirtfikets lllled with all kinds of Fruit,
Ico Croam -to Or dor
At all times and delivered l'JtKK. Huinombor our piires
are half those of other Urst-cliiss goods. Special pi ires for
Suiidaybrhools, churches and parties.
215 MILL STREET,
Gas F"33ctors I
SPnCIAI. SALE AT IU DUCLD PRICES of Hie llnest anil lament
stock iiver nil rled In thin city; also nnowlnt if HTUIlttI) mill AHT $
OLOJtKH fur Wtdslnch nnil Klectrlo Lights. Portables, Jlrnokota. ?
X etc. riw HtyU-H or ittiul 1iih Lamps. Call and boo before buying. '1
203, E. Market st. Office Tel. 195. Res.W.
IMPORTANT! HOLIDAY MILLINERY
Wo niako oxtraordinary low piiccson Trimmed
Hats. You must see them tq apprecinto tho
bargains and rculizo tho lownpss of, tho price.
Mies Helen Griffin corner High and
BVBBWW avavia VI. HYCnntlfP ttc
Plenty of Sport
Fatal Fight In St. Louis ThurS'
Kirkwoods Schedule Completed
Local Sporting News.
The quail season closed today,
Many hunters went Into tlio country
to got a Inst shot at tho birds.
Hlnco Novomber 10, when war was
declared on quail, tho sportsmen
have bad hoavy skirmishes all along
tho lino, and poor Hob White has got
dccldoly tho worst of It.
Tho season opened November In,
and tho Rood woathor allowed the
shooters full swing nt the toothsome
bird. Tonight tho "flro will bo out"
for another year. S5J2
Thoro soems to bo plonty of birds
loft, and It Is now up to the land own
er to protect tho birds through tho
winter. If this Is done, there will ho
plenty of sport for noxt season.
A Now York justice bus granted an
order roqulrlng Wily Hrady to show
cause why an Injunction should not
bo granted restraining him from
using tho tltlo, "Round Now York,"
or from continuing to produco tho
play under that title. This was up
on motion of tho attorneys for Hilly
Iladdon, who claims ho wroto tho
play 12 yoars ago.
Eastern pugilistic managers are
urging a now echeduloof weights for
lighters. .The classes recommended
aio as follows: Pupor weight 105
pounds; bantam weight 1IG; foathcr
weight P2.-.J light wolght 1115; mlddlo
weight 115; welter weight 155; Inler
mrdlatu weight 1113; heavy weight,
nil over 105.
Tim Inst games of tho winter sorlos
nl ukwood club will bo bowled
IU". icck. Tho club will then bo
iiiiidytn bowl niitslilu tennis. Last
nlglit the o and V tenuis howled,
each winning a gnino. Thu scores:
c mil: nmtj tutni wu,
K 100,1; llinil; lotnl J0U.
Honry Noise, n St, Louis heavy
wolght, wiih killed Thursday night
In a go with Kred Ilollerson. TIiIb
stopped tho Wlilto-llrond contest.
Ituchtol college bowling tenin wns
defeated In Itavnnuu, Thursday
night by 4u.'l plus. Tlnoo games were
played. Score: linveiinai MM,
IW), 1058. lliichtel: R05, 7T1I, b!iu.
Tho high scores am accounted for
by the fact that tho Uavonua alloys
are narrower mid shorter than tho
Seven games nre yot to plnycd In
tho bowling toiirnnmeiitontho How
ard st. alleys. The standing of tho
Kurokn, (1 gnines, -l,6!10 pins.
Crown, (1 games, l,!i"(l plus.
Summit, 5 gnmos, !!0:i7 plus.
l'oorloss, 5 gniues, fl.VU pins.
Cereal, I games, 'Jit".) plus.
Friday night tho tho Crowns won
by 10!) plus, Score Crown 784,
Tho schedule next week Is as fol
lows: Monday, Crown vs. Summit;
Tuesday. Coieal vs. l'eerless; Wed
nesday, Summit vs, Crown; Thurs
day, l'eerless vs, Kurokn; Friday,
Kureka vs. Coieal.
The Iluckeya club bowled a nrnc-
tlco game at llcirodiu's Thursday
night. J. Stello wns winner, with
KB pins In three games, The Tip
Top Cycle club will bowl a practice
gamo nt llerrodln's to-night,
Palm Stools 23c,
Satmday ovoiilng, Deo. 10, at 7:80,
wo will Bell on second (loor, house
hold department, cherry colored
palm Btools for 23p. Halo Insts tilt
all aro sold, J, J. ilrasuemle'a Co
mid lOo store,!'. R.Smlth's.old stand
118 S, Hownrd t,
Are you going
to buy a
If so, it will be to your
advantage to read the
list below what you can
A puro whlto silk milliter
for .... 50o
A puro black silk mulller
An elegant silk Inltlnl
handkeiehief for lCc
Ucautlful silk suspenders
Silk socks for 25c
A good kid glovofor COo
Fur top child's mitts for... COo
Lovely sill: ties for.. . . 23o
Tho very latest In unibtel-
Tho latest stylo hat for .... 1.C0
A good, laundered whlto
Bhlrt for COo
Very pretty boys' shhts
An elegant overcoat for. $5.00
A beautiful chllds' suit
A Grand Assortment
. . . or . . .
UNDKLSSED KID GLOVES
PLUSH and CLOTH CAPS
COLLARS and CUFFS
All kinds Of HANDKERCHIEFS
Anything and Everything in
the Gents' Furnishing and
Clothing line at WAY DOWN
For Dollar Dinner.
Akron's Democrats Will
Ferbstoln's Old Stand.
Walsh & tol
Us tho plnco to.buy
i Climax Stoves, Ranges
and House Furnish
On Onus, Ammunition and J
Hunting Coats. Iso suro to
examine tho principles of
Hot Air Furnace
will say, like, others
aid: "it is tho BEST
No. 1050 South Main st.
Near llaukoy Lumber Co.
in Hin iii!irl;i(.,l
"Vrk DON'T PAIL
s'WI T0 '
I if STOP :
I AT THE J
111 II HI
g Cor. Howard and Mill Sis. J
1 fresh coil SflUSnGE !
: A I He per lb.
iO H BCKENS;
; OYSTERS i
Roast Beof j
1 And all kinds of cliotco meat. J
Phone 139 2
2 190 S.Howard st., cor. Mill:
J flyAll lolophono ordors!
promptly delivered. J
Has always on hnnd aflno line of
Including Flno Teas. Coffeea ami
Canned Goods at prices that are al
ways right. See nie or call To I. 781.
Tor. Main and Vorls Pt J;,
Banquet at Buchtel,
Monday, Jan. 8.
Some Eloquent Speakors Will
Democrats Should Order Tickets
Early Limited Number.
Tho banquet to bo given by tho
Akron Democratic Club In honor of
President Jackson, will be held at the
Buchtel hotel, Monday evening, Jan
The tickets will cost a dollar each
and tho menu will bo all that could
Somo distinguished and eloquent
speakers will bo presont, invitations
haying been issued to Col. W. J.
Bryan, Hon. John It. MoLoan, Col.
Kllbotirne, Major C. C. Weybrecht
of Alliance, ox-postmaster Monuett
of Canton, Prosecuting Attornoy H.
A. Mykrantzof Ashland, Mayor W.
E. Moore of Voungstown, Hon. O. S.
Rockwell of Kent, and others.
The Buchtel guarantees to serve
only 1C0 plates, and all who deslro
tickets should give the committee In
charge imrrfedtato notice, as the
number who will want to attend will
bo largely In, excess of the number
who can be accommodated.
Alroady a large number of applica
tions for tiokets have been noted.
All who want tickets may apply
to President Johu McBride, Mr. A.
O. Bachtel, Dr. O. W. MUllkin,
Mayor "W. E. Young, .City Commis
!6ner A. T. Paige, City Commis
sioner Daniel McOarry, City Clerk
Ohas. Isbell, Hon. O. W. Kempol, J.
A. Hallhian, Police Prosecutor C. C.
Bonner, Geo. Cummins and tho
Daily Dbjiookat office and they
will be reserved. The first come will
be first served.
Within a day or so tickets will bo
on sale at J. A. Kempol's grocery,
South Main st.; Laller's drug storo,
coroner Main nnd Exchange sts.;
Mueller's meat market, North How
ard st and at the Fulls and Barbor-tou.
Last year's banquot was attonded
Further Hostilities in
R. B. Haltor, Mayor's clork, on
Wednesday rccoived a lotter from
Corporal Joseph Weln, an Akron
boy, of Troop O, Savouth Cavalry,
stationed nt Pinar dol Rio, Cuba. Ho
says that tho stories that hostilities
aro likely to broak out In tho island
aro Incorrect. Mr. Woln Is in good
health nnd oxpects to coino homo In
25c Doll BLggles 10c
Saturday afternoon. Deo. in. nt
o'slock, wo will soil ffljo Doll Buggies
ior luo. ouio lasis uu an nro sold.
.1. J. Brasaoinlo's ta and lOo storo, P.
It. Smith's old stand. No. 118 Suuth
A yttrlonB VnTTord.
mo iinonuss iimdvtt Coutts was
once shopping lu Tails and was passed
from one department to another by
tho shopmen, alwaja with tho remark,
"Two ten," She wa escorted from
counter to counter, und everywhere tlio
raballsllc words "two ten" wcro re
peated. Struck by the peculiarity of this re
frain, the baroness naked the proprietor
ts she left tho establishment: "Pray
what does 'two ten' mean? I noticed
each asslBtaut snld It to the other
wherover I went In your shop."
"Oh, it Is nothing," ho replied, "mere
ly a password that they nro In the hab
it of exchanglnc"
But tho baroness was not satisfied
with this explanation. So In the oven
Ing, wheu the porter, a young boy,
brought home her purchases, she said:
"My boy, would you like to earn Q
Of course he had no objection.
"Tell rac," said the lady, "what does
'two ten' mean, and I will glvo you 5
"Why, don't you know, uia'nm?" said
he, evidently astounded nt her igno
rance. "It means, 'Kcop your two
eyes on her ten nngers.' "
Tho mystery was solved. Tho shop
men of the Trols Quartlers had taken
tho richest end the most generous wo
man In CJreat Britain for a shoplifter.
U The time has arrived to make your fl
j(j "X. M. A. S." purchases. jjj
"J Wo huvo tho most complete stock of carefully selected Ohll- 3;
U dren's, Misses'. Youths', Boys', Ladles' and Gents' Slippers ever f
Hi shown In the city, Wo havo made a special effort to proouro the m
V' right kind of Slippers and Dress Shoes for the Holiday trade, 2J
(.6 and will so tako tho snmo pains to please you If vou come and see ft
Ufa us beforo making your Holiday purchases. EVETiY PAIR NEW. jiy
1 Wagoner & Marsh, ffiSR
Fine Art Goods
Hang now pictures on the walls. Select one or
more from our largo stock of elegant pictures.
Fine Colored Engravings,
Photogravures and German Photographs,
Etchings, Water Colors, etc.
See Our Shew Window
Now mouldings for frames. Don't delay until
the last moment, but bring your pictures for fram
ing NOW, and give us a chunco to do your work on
time. PRICES REASONABLE.
Snook & Kilmer
General Floor Art Gallorb.
138 S. Howard st.
eiSfieiSM? ST ?.:?::
Etaauliful and Useful
Neckties in fancy boxes, from 50c up to 31.50.
Suspondora in fancy boxes, from X)c up to $2,00
Fine selection of
A largo assortment of Gloves and Underwear.
UmbrellaB with fancy handles, from 50c up to $5.00.
Dross Suit Cases and Traveling Bags, from 4Dc up to
Bath Robes, good assortment.
We mnko every Still Hat wo sell.
Also an elegant lino of Soft Hats and Caps.
I Badger, V.an Ness & Co. I
V 123 S. IHoward at. At
Ten Cent Patterns
Wo can now furnish you with tho Cosmopolitan Pat
tornslnall thoLATKSTnnd UP-TO-DATE STYLES. 'Just
as good as any pattern In tho mnrkot and tho most elaborate
for only lOo. Gomo and got a fashion plato and seo our
1:39 S. Howard st.
-CANE SEAT DINING CHAIRS--
From 75c and up.
Cobbler Seat Rockers $2.00 and up.
Extension Tables $6.00 and up.
Wood Seat Rockers $1.25 and up.
Sideboards $10 and up.
Couches of all kinds.
SELECT YOUR XMAS PRESENTS
NOW and havo them set asido until you
want thorn delivered,
140 and 151 South Main Street.
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