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WEDNESDAY, DEO. 31, 1002.
AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT
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FINALLY.
Miss Lackey Got Re
mainder of Salary. .
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School Board Decided Last Night
to Pay It.
The School Hoard of Akron sec
sawed back nnd' forth on paying Miss
Elizabeth Lackey the 41.25 duo her
on three weeks' teaching until they
nnally paid the bill at tho meeting
Tuesday night. At tho beginning -of
the session a letter from Miss Lackey
was read asking for tho payment of
the money. Mr. Rockwell moved that
the sum be paid, but the motion was
laid on the table by n voto of 0 to 5.
Towards tho end of the session Presi
dent Kingsbury took the iloor nnd snld
that he repented of his vote, nnd naked
the Board to pay tho salary, which It
did, not being willing to hold her up
an an oxnmplo any longer.
It will bo remembered that Miss
Lackey resigned ns teacher, nnd when
tho Board refused to nccept It, she
quit anyway. Mr. Slnbaugh nnd others
of tho Board wanted tho idea em
phasized that the Board could with
hold port of a toaehors salary when
a teacher violates a contract.
iCSTou jwpntreven- thlnlt of cod liver
oil when you aro taking Ilagco's Cor
drlal of Cod Ltvor Oil. It contains nil
tho nutritive, re-constructlvo eloments,
but none of the dlsagroenblo features
110 greaSG or flshy llavor. A natural
body and flesh builder.
A Timely Topic.
At this season of coughs nnd colds
It Is well to know thnt Foley's Honey
and Tar Is the greatest throat and lung
remedy. It cures quickly nnd pre
vents so.lous results from a cold.
A. Warner, J. M. Latter, J. Lam-parte-
& Co.
PAID POLICE
And Fixed Salaries of Service
Board Members.
(Spoclal Correspondence.)
Borbprton, Dec. SI. Tho police will
now bo nblo to oolcbrnto Christmas.
City Council Inst night passed tho po
lice payroll.
A petition urging action against the
Erla for,al!egod encroachment on prop
erty righto was received from tho peo
ple of Worth Barberton and placed on
file.
Tho pary of the members of tho
Board of Public Servlco, which was
loft over last week, wns fixed at 5100
per annum, for eaah. Thoro will be
three members.
COURT SUSPENDS
UNTIL JAN. 5
Common Pleas court will do little
lie no business until tho neat term
bogma Jan. 6. Judge Hayden left at
noon Wcduosday for his homo at
Medina. Ho has bcon here 11 weeks.
He and Judge Kohlcr disposed of
many cases during tho past term, but
there aro many moro on tho docket to
boar yet
DR. FENNER'S
EYn(I
Backache
(All dlseaaas of Kidneys,
ladder, Urinary Organs.
CURE
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ropay, romuiTiouDUii
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elf refer you. If necossury write Vr I'cnnor.
n,BA lius spent a llo time curing Jubt sucu
1 lUMaBVOIin. All rnnsnltntlnn VfAA.
'Your Klduey and Backache Curo has
.Ml tVA Vft.ff tlOl fin... ........... ......In-
I'fcrs the past your whom tbo doctors had
pen up. J J(.STIMi& CO., Woodland, la."
ugglata. 60c., It. Aalc for Cook Book- Free.
. vitus'dahce RaaTgaas
HEAD JANITOR
Talked of For the Perkins School
Buildings.
The jnnltnrshlp of tho Perkins build
ings was discussed by the School
Board Tuesday evening, and Mr. Kin-1
bnugh advocated hiring n head Janitor !
with an assistant, Instead of having !
two Janitors. The sentiment of having
two Is uo longer In tho wny now, he
said, as It was when Mr. William
Fellonbaum was Janitor of one of tho i
buildings. No nctlon was taken In tho i
uinncr.
The tlmo to buy furs Is now. We will
save you money. BYUIDKll BUOS.
"AKRONIANS" PLOT.
Outline of the Musical Production
December 30 and 31.
Slnco everyone Is whistling or hum
ming "The Akronlons" nnd the popular
salute mi the streets Is "'Are You nn
Akronlnn'r" wo glvo below a brief
sketch of tho story, which Is set to
sprightly music which is likely to be
come quite popular.
First of all, hear In mind that SG0
no less are In the cast, and nil from
Akron. In nil the advertising which
the lodles of the City hospital lire
putting out they give the pen com
mand, "count them."
The cm loin rises showing 200 old
Akron cruiulmriH In a picnic sceno at
Sihor Lake park. An eMiet picture
of the popular resort will he faithfully
depicted on tht stage, real trees and
spruce being used to iiuiko tlm effect
completo.
Thoy banquet and make merry, when
finally tho old Akron grandfathers
como to see them. Old Senator Burns
misses tho car and comes late, lip sltH
down under n tree to lest and goes
to sleep. Ho dreams which dream Is
noted. A wizard and bnud of beanil
ful witches appear and make a hai
gain with Senator Minis to transform
all the old folks to youth again, If
tho charming Miss Burns, daughter
of tho Konotor, will agree to become
old In their stead. Tho beautiful ninlil
consents, and amidst the Hashing of
lightning and rolling of thunder all aro
driven Into Silver lake and brought
back again as merry as the birds In
May. They ride on tho backs of hugo
sea-serpents and forest monsters. Of
course, It all ends In Burns nwaklnn
and finding that it la nil a dream.
The Banjo Girls, British Cavalry,
Bed Cross Girls Sailors, American and
Roman Soldiers, havo no small part
in tho third nctf which represents a
parade nt tho Pan-American.
In nil "Tho Akronlans" will be n
truly wonderful production.
Our line of flno furs nro superior in
quality and much lower In price.
BYRIDER BBOS.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo doslro to thank our friends and
relatives, nlso tho Maccabees nnd tho
employes of the Great Western Cereal
Co., for tholr kindness during our
Inte bereavement In tho death of our
mother, Mrs. Olemontlno Barber; also
for tbo floral offerings,
AUSTIN BARBER AND SISTERS.
MILLHEIM.
(Special CoriTHpondenco.)
Mlllhelm, Dec. 23. Tho Sunday
school will hold Christmas exercises
on Christmas night.
Mr. Bussell McColgnn, of Monroo
Falls, visited In tho village last week.
Mr. William Snyder,, who has been
sick for somo time, Is Improving.
Tho Mlllhelm Dramatic club Is pre
pnilng to hold nn exhibition In tho
ncor future.
Tho day school will -havo ono week
vncatlon during tho holidays.
Daisy Carlton Acquitted.
Bloomlngton, 111., Dec. 23. Tho Jury
today declnred Daisy Carlton Justified
lu killing Mrs, Jos, Leslie, The verdict
It isn't necessary to take your
razor with you when you go to
California.
There's a barber aboard the
Like all the other attaches
famous train, he "knows how" shaves
you quickly, neatly, and smoothly, at
any time of day.
The Golden State Limited leaves
Chicago daily via the El Paso-Rock
Island route. Less than three
Los Anecles. Throush cars to
Barbara and San Francisco. Every
thing to make you comfortable.
Cut nut this ad. and mall
It to thin office, with name
and address, and bcautl
lull UlintratM book about
California will be mailed
Irce.
W r Crawford,
Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbllt, who, worn by long vigil at her husband's bed
side, Is now under a physician's enro.
was based on ovldcnco which showed
Hint the denil woman had carried dead,
ly weapons for the purposo of killing
the Carlton girl nnd had at times
threatened the life of tho latter for her
display of affection toward Mrs. Less
lie's husband, over whom they had
quarreled.
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Diplomas Ordered.
The School Hoard Tuesday night
ordered the puri haw of 300 diplomas
nt a cost of SSI for tho use of tho
graduates of the bchoola this year and
In tho future until tho supply of diplo
mas becomes exhausted.
This algnatnre la on every box of the uenulna
I nvallvo nrnnin.fillinine Tablets
Thrilling
of
etropolitan Life
The HOME
Pure
CANDY
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Hero's whoro he
Malaga Grapes
Mixed Nuts
Mixed Candies
ICE CREAM
Telephone your orders in curly nnd
part of the city.
Of 1
ICKLES BROS & CO.,
"Listen to
the Band'
Saned Lumber. Those wishing to
buy good lumber will make no mis
take In asking us for prices on all
kinds of dressed, undressed nnd
worked lumber, shingles, lath,
glazed nnd open t.ash.
THE N. C. WILSON LUMBER CO.,
Both telephones.
l'HONES-I'eople's 2T1. Bell,
cherry 'J711.
Worth Its Weight
In Gold .
Another Look at This For Coal.
There's a featuie about coal which
you may not have considered. Wo
offer you the best of coal for tho prlco
j on pay. o don't expect to buy
good lump coal for as cheap n prlco
as you would pay for slock. Wo show
as chan a lino of excellent varieties
ns can bo found any place. You want
tho best we sell It.
The KLAGES
Coal and Bee Co.
703 1-2 S. Broadway
Phones No. 502.
Co'- Mill and Prospect, phones No. 10.
Tlu'i'o is ono soap
that has merit,
that's
Grip Soap
Ak your grocer.
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OKFICK CALENDARS.
A very bcrvlcoablo cnlemlnr has been
Issued by the Chicago & Northwestern
It'y, for tho year 1U03. Tho llgurcs aro
Inrgo and easily distinguished, tho days
of tho month and tho consecutive days
of the year nro both shown; mid tho
publication Is of that solid and credit
able sort wlileh makes It deslrnblo for
business men nnd manufacturers, Send
four cents lu postage to W. B. Knls
kern, I'nsseiiger Tnillie Manager, 22
Fifth nve., Ohlcngo.
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YORK
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KLES BR
aula Claus'
adquarters
jam
gets all his good things for tho little folks.
Siicrlai prlres on Lowneys Box f in. I a.
20c
15c
10c 3 for 25c
Candy Toys 15c 2 for 25c
Chocolates from 15c to S0C
Peanut Bar 1 0c
F"OR CHRISTMAS
get prompt delivery of your Christmas sweets,
THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS
and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
DR. D. U. RUEGSEGGER.
TBZ DEITTIST
Removed to No. 210 Walsh Bulldlnc
OUlce hours 8-11:30 a.in 1-5:30 p.m.
C. T. PARKS.
Personal attention given to all calls, i
Lady attendant. Ambulance.
Both phones 442. 110 N. High st
L. D. EWING.
COnTRACTOS ATO BUU.DEH
Dealer In mantles and grates, floor
tiling, parquet flooring, grilles siding,
framed, mouldings etc.
Peo. phono 032. 110-121 Klrkwood st
J. H. CASE, Druggist.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnlsher
and Paint Brushes. Best quality at
lowest prices. Peo. phone 1000. Bell
Cherry 100. 132 Wooster ave.
J AS. T. FLOWER.
MAirrns aitd grates
Glared and Uiulazed Tiling, Parquet
and nnrd-wood Floors.
Both phoncj G7C 110 S. High st.
G. M.KEMPEL.
Furniture dealer, upholsterer nnd mat
tress manufacturer. Repairing a spe
cialty. People's phono 723. Bell,
brown 324. 140-151 S. Main st
Dr. O. K. Smith. Dr. .1. B Vcdder.
SMITH & VEDDER.
SEKTISTS
310 Everett Building.
Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5.30 p.m.
People's phone 800.
G. F- DURANT.
Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls
piomptly attended. People's phono 01.
Ofuce, room 5, Tracy block, Barber
ton. Howard J. Cramer.
Wholesale and ictall dealer In flour,
feed, baled hay, straw, salt cement
and all kinds of field and garden seeds.
Try our Acme stock food. Both phones
011. 71C-718 S. Main st Akron, O.
GEO H. PETLET
111 Kilns st. People's phono 1287.
Contractor and hrlik masonry of all
kinds. Repair work a specialty. Bstl.
mates cheerfully furnished.
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The Morphine Habit.
To demonstrate that I havo an nbso
Int,. and permanent cure for tho mor-
linKU f ...111 t.iii'A ,-nn tt nil nnf
Mir patient from each county In Ohio.
rito for full purtleulnrs. confldentlul.
F B. VAN NT'YS, .C M , M. D.
TIFFIN, O.
pfl? yjoiiardipolish)
ifif I "tlraSflSlsf I Tftorn c That will mala rourfurnl. I
Wa I SFlEk. L S f. ture look jo bright, planoa
HH s" II 7vo CMnOf aonew.rnanielaanoT tiling
P JkEjP Ml ' Jlnerco clean. a Monareh.
18 w, sfwRwlPPSr M Eair to apply, economical, and B
Sgi JjrVlWuvtv M n 111 not Injure the finest lurlaces. m
i vbwOTV?lwv Nothing "Better far Hardwood I
3 NK!iMiy floors and Hardwood Finish. M
I Hni , .isrf wrvCt1'"' Monarch Premium List I
TUe Scene Include
Blackwoll's Island
At night.
Madison Square
New York
Badgers' Rendezvous
East River
By Moonlight
With Practical Steam
Launch, Hon' Boats and
other Water Craft
33
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NEXT TO
S. Ct G.'s
TEA STORE
DliMlNIER
Our wagons go to every
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CASH PAID FOB HIDES.
n W. C.KITTLEBERGER,
Dealer In hldS. leather rinrllnr. unit
saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Harness.
i-none 1320. 348 8. Main at
H. L. EGGLESTDN optical spteiaiut
II. L. tUBLCOlun, U2S.MaUSr,. MVloor
Spectacles and eyeglasses. Beadacha
and nervous disturbances cured by
properly fitted glasses. All styles at
reasonable prices. No chnrgo for ex
amination. C. U. phono 2375 Cherry.
J. McTAMMANY.
PRACTICAL TAILOR
Special, fancy and sporting gar
ments. Rooms 212 and 213 Walsh
block. Maker of men's clothes
Peo. Phone 1288.
Dutt's Prescription Pharmacy, SSfit
Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver OH, con
tains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil. 50c per pint botUe. AI.
most tastcloss. Children will take it
Try It Puono R02.
CLEinrs TAVZR5, T. T. GLEBTT, fitf.
Hotel and Restaurant Sample room
In connncctlon. Best wines, liquors
ind cigars. Both phones: P. S40; B.
3201 Cherry.
124 N. Mnln st, near Opera House.
Mystic Carpet Cleaning Works,
FOZHLMAtT fc PE AFTXE, Prorlttora,
Business under management of Mr.
Pocblmnn.
120 Bluff .t Both telephones 178.
Cob.1 Best Cambridge Lump Coal
Mtsslllon t.ud Magnolia Coal. Special
prlCM on your winter's coal supply,
V. M. HERRICK,
Phones, 83 Peo.; 3S0 Bell.
610 E. Ml:' st
PACKING AND STOBING-JVo pack
and storo furniture. Kratz Furniture
Store, 140 S. Howard st Phone
042.
d!y tf
TnE DRY GLOVE CLEANER Is
the best preparation yet discovered for
cleaning Kid Gloves. For salo only by
in, In the Glove Dept, which Is the
most complete department In the state,
of Ohio. Price 15 Daguo Bros. & Co.
Laco curtains, blankets, quilts and.
comforters washed carefully.
City Laundry
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