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WBDWSSDA1J, OOT.,20, 1003. AKRON-DAlklDEMOCRAT , "" whether they paid or not, but I sup Pom wo cannot "do that'' The Board was much of .tho samo nUqd ns Mr. Hla bnugb and passed a motion to have oil tuition collected at once. The mon ey lsto be paid in advance, according to rulo, or tho pupil may, b refused a seat la tho schools. , MOLIINEUX'S ENEMY. '. ' THE OLD REUABlX v i Furnish Interesting Items, Harry Cornish Figures Conspicuously Ih New York Murder Trial. VISITORS IBS IE KIDNEY f ; :. W'l-ff m&p PILES ftm AKlKS 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE REJECTED 'honl.w. D...l'. "Vff ruiidc uuc.ru s vsucr f) of a Settlement. Ownership of the North Hil School Still'h Problem. t 'Another step In he proceedings, which have followed the original dlf. ference of opinion between the.Board of Education of Akron and that of ,Portage township, about tho owner ship of tho school building on North Hill, took place at tho meeting of the Akron Bpard Tuesday night, when it was reported that tho Portage Board wished to make another proposition, looking to the settlement ofthe matter in a manner which will prevent tho pending action In Common Pleas court from Coming to trial. Tho Portage Board announces that it will accept $1,500, and in return will relinquish ail claim to the build, ing, t tho Akron Board will annex that school district. Tho Akron Board has before this time rejected moro advantageous overtures for a settfls meu thanitlils. The proposition was on motion' rejected. NUFFIELD. ti (Special Correspondence.) ..Suffleld, Oct.- 2T Miss Orella Fox, who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever for the past six weeks, is conval escent Mr. Emmlt Wegman went to Kent 'Monday evening. Mr. Abraham Wise made a business trip to Akron, Friday. 'Mrs. Carrie Newbauer was a north bound passenger on the W,& L-. B. th(s morning. Mr. B. F. Rhodes attended tho North- ern Ohio Teachers' association, which was held at Canton, Saturday, in the High school assembly hall. Mr. Edward Gates, of Akron, a form er resident, was In town Sunday. Mrs. Gates is seriously 111 at the residence of her (daughter, Airs. Stout, in the village. BRAIN FOOD Isof Little Benefit Unless It Is Digested. Nearly everyone will admit that as a nation we eat too much meat and too little of vegetables and the grains. For business men, office men and clerks, and in fact eyeryono engaged in sedentary or Indoor occupations, grains, milk and vegetables are much more healthful. Only men engaged in a severe out door manual labor can live on a heavy moat diet and continue In health. Aa a general rul, meat once a day 1b sufficient for all classes of men, .women and children, and grains, fruit and vegetables should constitute the bulk of food eaten. 'But many of the most nutritious foods are difficult of digestion and it is of no use to advise brain workers to eat largely of grains and vegetables ,where tho digestion Is too weak toW slmllate them properly. It is always best to get the best re sults from our food that some simple and .harmless digestive should bo taken after meals o assist the relaxed digestive organs, and soveral years ex perience have proven Stuart's Dyspen ela Tablets to be a very safes pleasant and effective .digestive and a remedy ,wh;h may be taken dally with the best results. Suart's Dyspepsia Tablets cau hardly bet caljed a patent medicine, as they donot act on the bowels nor any par ticular organ but only on the food eaten. They supply what weay stom achs lack, pepsin diastase and by stimulating the gastric glands increase the natural secretion of hydrochloric ,acld. People who mako a dally practice of taking one or two of, Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets after each meal are sure t? havo perfect digestion which means .perfect health. I ' ,vtU! inere is no danger. of forming an in jurious habit as the. tablets contain absolutely nothing mut natural diges tives; cocaine,, morphine and Blmllar drugsjiave no place in a-stomach med icine and Stuart's Dyspepsia Toilets aro certainly tho best known and most popular of all stomach remedies. Ask your druggist for a CO cent pack age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and after a week's use note the lmprovv meni in ueaiw, appetite and nervous -wwrjsry. What the Leader Said About Hanna Recalled by What plain Dealer Saic. About J6hn$6rt. CTevelandt 0., X)ti, 20. Bme very interesting reading is being culled from tho files of tlifc Leader nnd tho Plain Dealer these days. The Leader started the ball rolling by reproducing some pretty severe things the Plain Dealer said about Hon. Tm L. John son in the campaign of v 1S04. The P)aln Dealer among other things at' tdctfed some of Johnson's'thx theories as expounded by him nt'that time. In retaliation the Plain Dealer pro duces some choice extracts from tho Leader concerning .Mark Hanna, and says: 4' In reproducing tho follqwing edl torlals. from tho files of the Cleve land Leader published when that 1 .. 1 lt.J...J ilMkAi ' newspaper wan tuuiruueu-" uncuv- ed by the same parties who control and direct Its policy today the Plain beater recognises that the charge's made therein affecting, Mr. Henna's character were distinctly untrue. ' In view of the Leader's present abusive course It is only proper that the voters of today be given the full est knowledge, of tho utter unreliabil ity of that'Sheet In political discus sion: From the Leader, May 27, 18$!:' "It seems to us that If there Is any man in the State wh6 Is entitled to tho blue ribbon for being a H. O. G. par excellence, that man Is Marcus Aurollus. Ho gobbled the opera house when It was supposed that he wias buying it Jointly for three gen tlemen of this city. He gobbled the West Side street railway line, and he gobbled the presidency of thai new bank. In a suit now pending in the Common Pleas court against him for damages' It Is stated that he took ad vantage of a telegram which was de livered by mistake, and by personat ing the ''true owner of the message attempted to ggpble 6mo valuable coal mines at Mftsslllon. Marcus should have four legs." From tho Leader, May 28, 1884: "Mr. M. A. Hanna. delegate-at-large to tho national convention, president of the Herald, (bankrupt), president of a street railway line, mnnager of an opera house, and president of an alleged -bank, was asked by a Chica go reporter as to whom ho would In struct the convention to nominate for President. His self-conceit and van ity were so aroused tunt he swelled up and Imagined he covered a whole block. Since returning homo his friends say that he Is thinking of hav ing tho name of the city' changed to Hannatown. The Cleveland Herald will then be the 'Hannatown Granny' (limited). That is, the granny is Uni ted, but Hanna remains the same, un limited." ' TUITION Pupils Must Pay In Advance. Akron School Board Will Bring All Accounts to Date. A one of the results of the new pol icy of economy to bo adopted by the Bdard of Education in the future, tui tion pupils will be looked after careful ly, and It will be necessary for them to have their tuition paid up to date, if they want to attend th; Akron schools. A communication was read Tuesday night, from the school directors of Northampton township, saying that tui tion In the, cases of two pupils from Northampton now attendlng-tha Akron school will not be paid by the town ship. The reason glveij is, that the law making It necessary has been repealed. The Akron Board decided at once to collect the tuition, or compel tha pu plls in question to leavo at, once. Tul Hon pupils from oth'of towrjblps will also be looked up, nnd the accounts with them brought up to date. "Thews accounts sh6uld be caref ullv oxamlned," sn'ld Mr. 'felabaugh. "i' re member a case where a pupl from Northampton attended Akron High school for three years without jiaylng anything, and I doutt know if that par tlcular bill has over been paid. There was another case a few ywrs ago where a girl attended for twp .years without paying. I would be In favor of exclud ing all tuition p'uplltf from the schools, At and From Brimfield Are Numerous. (Special Correspondence.) Brlmfleld, Oct. 27. Clarence Maeh am, of Akron, xwrtThome over SundAy. Mrs, G. Wj Bard-has-returned from Lansing, Mich,, wh6ro she has been visiting her son, Iter. H.- Bert Bard, and family. Mrs.. Mildred Waldron, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Bard, of Kent, visited Mrs. Will Krumlauf nnd' Mrs. Hoy Mil ler at Canton from Wednesday until Saturday. Mrs. Dr. McDonnell and daughter, Bstelle, and guests, Joseph Royer and wife, of' Lcgrange,' Ind., ahd Mr, and Mrs. I. I. Mculton,. visited Mrs. Mary Heckman at Twin Lakes; Thursday. Th6 Coterie club hiet at the home 6f J. T. Williams Saturday afternoon. Mrs. James Cassldy, Mrs, Thomas Oaesldy nnd Mr. Qedrge Cassidy. of Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs.b' E. Smith, Of AkVofi, were guests of Prof.' A. R. Smlh and wife the patt week. Tho first lecture of the M. E. course wll be held At the chufeh on Friday evening, Nov. 21, Instead of Nov. 14, as published last week, Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the'M. E. church will meet at the home Of Mrs. C. T. Chapman Wednesday, Nov. 5, all day. Quilting. Miss Cora-Miller has returned from Akron. Bev. Kennedy will use for his sub Ject next Sunday, "A Reasonable Ser vice." Come and hear a good sermon. League subject, "The Best Gift" Leader, Edison Lelnlnger. Harry Mlnard,, wife and twin boys, Paul and Ralph, of Shalersvllle, spent Sunday with E. O. Underwood and Wife. Joseph Boyer and wife, of Legrange, Ind., are visiting Dr. and Mrs. McCori nell. Wesley Kleffer and wife spent Sun day with her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laubert, at Randolph.- Mrs. s. A Wise, who broke her arm, a few weeks ag6, is doing nicely, al though the break wis a bad one. She Is under the careful attention o Dr. J., A. Morris; of Knt, She will soqn have the use of tt,agaln. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hart spent Mon day with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Stone, at Akron. It was their 30th wedding anniversary and the- 10th an-l nlversary of Mr. and Mrs. Stone's mar rlagp. ' Mrs. Harry Hart and daughter Em ily spent Friday with Akron relatives. The party at B. W. Booslnger's Sat urday night was well attended. Mrs. Seymour BoeMnger and soil Charles are spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Hershberger, at Akron. ' Dallas Breckeuridge, of Cleveland, Rubbed Out No use to rub your life out, nor the clotb.es or washboard. There is an easier way already, known to thousands of wiser women. It's the Walker way. Simply soap your clothes with Walker's Soap, roll up tightly in bundles, cover with, lukewarm waters-then walk-a-way and rest for half an hour the soap will do the "tfork, NO RUBBING WITH : ; : j- WALKER'S SOAP u - sgaaaaaggaearegggi Now York, Oct. 20-Harry Cornish figures In the Mollneux trial as one of the Important personages around wham the motive and the crime re volve. The seebnd triaj of Mbllneux began on Monday1, Oct 20, after the Jury was sworn W and Cornish's testimony taken. Cornish was Molln eux's enemy. About Time For "Willie "Willie Wildes -Is wanted at the. phone," announced City Commissioner Wilson Wednesday' morning as he emerged "from the booth In the Com missioners' room'. -While Willie was telephoning, Commissioner Wilson ex plained that some woman had called up aboht an Improvement she wanted, and. stated 'that ' she "would rather. Is vjsltlng at G.8. Lelnlnger's. Mrs. Sarah Lincojiuof Akron, Is vis itlng Mrs. EraeJIne Waldron. Harry Griffith; $t Streetsboro, was in town Saturday. G. S. LeinMger and wife spent Sun day.. with-Chnrlesf-Hammell and wife nt Akrbn. J I. Q. Moulton-nnd wife and J. T. Williams andwll were guests of Con. rad BnlmbadghrTd'wife, at HArtvllJe, Sundayt ... Dr. Frank WsMron, 6f Canal Dover, and Dr. J. C. A7ldron, of Cleveland, wcrouesfs of theit.inother, Mrs. Erne line "Waldron, over, Sunday. CH. nnd'M. S. iBhapnuin were call' d to Sti'efetsboro, Monday, to adjust the los on a house that burned Sun day night It wns Insured in tho Roots town Protective association. Miss Bertha Daumnn, of Akron, was home over Sunday, , t Miss Emma Thnrsto.ru of Jlogadore, spent Sunday with Miss Cora Williams. Score Another For Haley. A patent was Issued Tuesday to Jonathan Haley for nn Improved ma no boiling. Easy on tbe woman, easy on the clothes. Saves time, tnoney and strength, Walker's Soap is apure,. solid soap, Tree from alkali or stale animal greases, and wilj not harm the .most delicate fabricdr hands. Cleans your clothes Be sure, the game rooster trade "mark is on the wrapper. This Business" to Cease talk with Willie Wildes." It's about time for this "Willie business" to cease. Every n6w and then, doubt less with a view to sugaring him, kind jold women addiess the peerless Man of the Hour as "Willie," and In speak ing of him In the third person they talk of "Mayor Willie Doyle." This custom should be rebuked at the polls. chine for making glass Jars and bot tles. This patent has been assigned to the Akron Glass & Machinery Co, WONT BE BANKERS School Board Opposes "Penny ' Provident Savings Fund. " The pupils of the Akron schools will not become bankers, after the plan of the "Pifcnny Provident Savings Fund" which was brought before, the Board of Education at the meeting two weeks ago. Mr Kllng, for the Committee on-Schools-nnd Discipline, reported at a meeting Tuesday night, as follows: "In our opinion the schools of the city are burdened vvlib all they can take careof at the present time. There is no necessity for banklpg, In the schools, nnd there are plenty of banks iu town for those who" de6lie to use them." 'Mr. Kllng's report was adopt ed. Bev. Mr. Denny, who addressed the Board, two weeks ago, asking per- wVl ' , g&- &'' To Provs what Swamp-Root, the Kidney Remedy, Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of the Akron Dally Dems crat May Have, a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Weak and unhealthy kidneys &.re responsible for mora sickness and suffering thin any other disease, therefore, w4mmi through neglect or other causey, kidney trouble is permitted fo continue, f&.t&i results are sure to follow: Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and need attention first. If you are sick or "feel badly begin taking Dr- Ktkaer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver aaid bladder remedy, be cause &s soon as your kidneys &jc vret they wlH help &JI the other organs to he&Jth. A trial will convince anyone. The mild and Immediate offect of Dr. Kilmer's. Swamp-Root, tbe great ltldney and bladder remedy, ia soon re alized. It stands tbe highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distress ing cases. Swamp-Root will set your whole system right, and the' best proof of this Is a trial. 14 Weet UTth St, New York City. Dear Sir: Oct 1Mb, 1001. "I had been suffering severely from kidney trouble. All symptoms were on hnnd; my former strength add power had loft me; I could hardly drag myself along. Even' my mental capacity wae giving out ahd often I wished to die. It was then I saw an advertisement of yours In a New York paper, but would not have paid any attention to it, bad it not promised a sworn guarantee with every bottle of your medicine, asserting that your Swamp-Root Is purely vegetable, and, does not contain any barmfnl drugs, I am seventy years and four months old, and with a- good conscience I can . recoramen Swamp-Root to all sufferers from kidney. troubles. Four members of my family hnve been us ing Swamp-Root for four different kidney diseases, with the same good results. Ui'-ii With many thanks to you, I re main, very truly yours, ROBERT BURNER. Ton msy have a sample bottle of this famous kidney remedy, Swamp Root, sent free by mall, postpaid, by EDITORIAL NOTICE If you have bladder trouble, or if there is a trace once to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham by mall. Immediately, without cost to anH a book containing many of tho monlal letters received from men and to say that you rend this generous of mission to tako up collections through the schools for ,the orphans of the State, withdrew his request on learn ing that permission could not be given under the present rules of the Board. 0,FIE! Terrible State of Affairs at Nimisila. (Special Correspondence.) Nimisila, Oct. 28 The Jllsses Sue and .Catherine Messner'left today for Lancaster, Pa., where they-expect to visit relntlves and friends. Mr. Nathaniel Stump andsjster, Mrs. George Donenwlrthj spent Saturday and Sunday with tlier slck brother, Will Stump, of Loyal Oak. . Mrs. G. W. Burns, Mrs. J. .T. Adams and Mrs, Wesley Dewalt, attended the funeral of Mrs. George Webber at Clinton, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wise, of Suf- Held, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Hershberger. Mrs. Emma. Dewalt and Tura ...ROHRBACHER & ALLEN... i "We pan help The Coal Our line of GAS sizes and at :: RnURRAftUrR ;; siwsiiiin.iii.ii Phones 70. 4..mmm. "-fe 41 I r t m k which you may tt Its vhincfl for such disorders a Mdiwy, bladder, mat JU''' uric add diseases, poor dlgesUoe, when obliged to pasg yonr water fly queatijr night asd day, smorUas or irritation, iu paifefng, brlcldust or sediment in the ttrlne, liwdnftne, buck ache, lame back, dJwtOjCM, yefiuSi duo to bad kttoey froub, tfone from bad bfcod, iranl niatlam diabetes. Dioattnu. lrrt troraout Reeling, tec at aaMtU loss of flesh, sallow coacploilo of right's (HoeaBft. If your vthr, when UoHred tor-' main undtstonbed hi a gtaas cm twjtUa. for tweoty-fow bouss, focnw a mkf rnent or settling or has a. tlcttdj & parance, It to evidence tfkt font kWr neys aad bladdor need UamwHrta at taction. Swamp-Eoot la tha great dtasovecy at Dr. KHmer, the emtneAt kldsay mA bhiddsr specialist Hospitals vm'H with wonderful success Ih. both iliffbt and severe cases. Doctor rocotnmand it to tbeir patients and use it in their own families, because they recognlz in Swamp-Root the greatest and most successful remedy. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take ui is for sale the world ovr at drnegtata In bottles of two sizes and two prto fifty cents and one dollar. BmaBb! tbe nam?. Swamp-Boo. Dr. KilasTs 8wtnp-BDot, and the a4dxaa, Blaa banrtoa, N. T., on every bottle. the slightest symptom of kidney or of it in your family history, send t ton, N. X., who wlH gladly aad yoa yoo, a sample bottle at SwnBfiot thousands njn thousands f testt, women cured. Ih wrlfior, Bhsttrt fer in tbe Akftx Daily tJswoarst. Spnbr are on the sick list Miss Minnie McMasters, of Akron spent the past -week visiting o& friends. ,. Mrs. Harry Butler and children, at Akron, spent last week at X J. Adam.'?1 They were joined by Mr. Butler, Sat urday. Miss Ethel Cook, of Mudbrook, spent Sunday at John Butler's. That our saloons do a thriving b'ttsi v ness can be told by the number of" drunken men on our streets.. fc " Mrs Mary SIsler went to Akron this w morning to spend a few. days with' her daughter, Mrs. I. S. Myers, ' In order to prove to you fJ that Dr. A. W.,CbaVi U 1 1 0 O Ointment ia a certain and 1 1 J O absolute cure for any form of itching, bleeding, or' protruding piles, tho manufacturers guaran tee a cure, xou can use it ana il not cured got your money back. JfrpOaijfr Walton, laborer, Michigan cwy,.pta., says: "I work hard and lift a great deat Thaiftraia' brought on an attack of pile. TheyUcasd and they protruded and bled, riotblnglitgpea them until I used Dr. A.W. Chase's Ointment That cured them." 50c. a box at oil deal en, or Dn. A.W. Chase Mhdicikh Co., Buffalo, K.T. Dr. I. W. Ohase's OlntPMMt sxjei v you out on Question.! HEATERS in all ' all prices. St ill I TN builders' c n.p..., HARBWARE 1 66 S. How&r&street. .4MAMAMAAJMtlsi I ti Is Ifftii V, V fvi r ttfchtlAifc -ttijX, i'