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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

Jul yiwwjyM.:iaiiwijipyM'';i''ti'ijaj tyWRSIWH5W!5S39 ffw'grgrra. r -"tr77iwiiu iiiMilfflif"- tw art efrnry-n,. r f , - "ULlL ' .. ' ' .. -- L - j; '(I'v'PHfiiiwi'i.fiv Ef ii AKKON DAILT JDEMOGHAT. WED:tf:E3Ia."3ft FEBRUARY 14, 1000 HFI 'V & hi i , H !i F .B 1? I i j- i ; I ', 1 1 i. f B J: ft.- f.Jg.feM ' Hi THE- 1 A IT V TEMnrD A T , lllJU imXLri XrUlUUUlVa JM EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Ed tort and Manigors. ED. H. DE U COURT, Mar. Advertising Dopt. OHA8. A. MARVIN.... News Eilltor PUBLISHED by AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. TUB OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nob. 135 and 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vlco President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. HOYE Edw. S. Barter.... Dr. C. W. Milllkla Ed. H. Do La Cor.rt. Entered at the postofflco at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. Ry mall $3.00....?1.50 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

a 1 '." .u fT! AK30N D4XLT DEJVIOGItT. WEDNESDAY, FJ&BBUARY M, 1900 h BOARD Will Follow Rules. Tho Local Teachers Car ried Their Point, They Will Have Two Holidays This Year. Number of Perplexing Problem .' . Confront Members. Rules Are a Source of Great Annoy' ance Minor Matters. Tho public schools will bo closed Feb. 23 and 23. Tho Board of Education Ms bo fle elded, and the rules of tho organization "Will bo carried out, Supt. Thomas said Tuesday night, that he deemed It fair and right that the teachers be permitted to express themselves on the subject, Accordingly ho sent them n letter stating tbocaso plaluly and requesting them to Indicate their choice to tho principals' of their re f spectlvo buildings. "The result," said the superintend eur, "Is that the teachers object to teaching on Washington's birthday, but with few exceptions, they arc willing to work on Friday, If Jt Is for tho, best interests of the schools." Dr. Mllllkin said ho thought the Board should live up to...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

. 1"- j U!"J!"PW,I1HJ -p,. , 'r-vrVJ. i,,'i'M'','''MMi,"uiiUHL-- .. ,...... 'Trriinfriw i ima mmA iri in - TP - t- -r -"W I II HUM! II If 'I'll 1W - - . ,ji ' yrTW"i',T r r t . tt f-s: v " w mWxWWtsvKWFW aLl ibu ; ' rs AKRON DAILY JXEMOCBAT. WEDNESDAY,, FEBRUARY W, . w 1 I moo s 'f . ft I t v v I 1 'f . SERSE Of Checker Contests To Decide Championship of the State. Fonrose Falor Has Issued a Challenge. Two Now Bowling Teams Or ganized In Akron. Klrkwoods Broke Local fiecord Local Sporting News. A tcrles oC gurnet for 1 ho checker championship til' tho state, will bo plnyed In tills city If negotiations which nru now progressing, me suc cessful. t'oiiroM) b'.ilor Is the uunilif-piitcd chnraplon of Akron, lllft reputation Is J not confined to Ihli city. Ho is recog nized us ono of (lie bust pl.ij oib In this section of the country. Mr. I'nlor re crntly Issued a challenge to Wlpel, tliu Cincinnntl player, who holds tho cham pionship of Ohio, for ji herles of games, tho winner to tnko t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

AKHOF DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY,. FEBRUARY l-l, WOO i i DEMOCRAT'S LINERS THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE PEOPLE'S COLUMNS i ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS: 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c Hwwwwwwwwwi Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. -In writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. (WANTED Agents In every county to handle' "Coin on Money," Bold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., S Studio Bldgs., cor-' ner State and Ohio sts., CWcngo. 202 tf .WANTED A good bar boy. Apply at once. Barberton Inn. 255 tf WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED A good girl. for genoral housework. Mrs. A. Bonstedt, 217 North Arlington st. 210 tC WANTED Lady to tube care of of fice. Call at No. 217 E. Mill st.,Thurs dny af...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

EFZZMlBB. gTigiywgwp IfttWJ'y WM 'cjtttst fJIPPPW ESaEZEEEm rtU 'B vsr:,'iiwrrJ7l 'A 2 f u AKROy DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, JDBRXJARY 14, 1000 Ttrrf iTJTfTv'i Z7 'vX'Y' ttyrr ;Tjii v7js I THE WEATHER THURSDAY. Hutu nnd Know. Underwear and Hosiery. Somewhat lato In tho seaRoti to talk Underwoar, but with tho Gradual Advmico on thoso Roods goods It -would bo profltnblo to BUY for next WIntor. At IOC, 19C, 25C, 39c Men's undershirts in broken sizes ; nob ono of thoso Brnrmnnts hut J what is worth double the prlco. I At 39C each I Men's fleeeo lined undorwoar,good neavy woigiu, sonnis ail uoudio Bticheil, in natural and camel's hair. At 50c each Men's fleoao lined camel's hair underwoar in nil sizes; this gar raout will cost you 75o noxt season At 75c, $1.00 ana $1.25 each Men's camel huir wool undorwear in shirts and drawers, all sizes; not ono of thoso garments but what aro worth 25c nioro today. At 25c each Ladles' underwoar In natural groy and ecru. Wo consider that a gar ment such ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

'? ,f !P TV V t l V RAIN OR SNOV and COLD WAVE. VOXUME EIGHT. NUMBER 258 ENGLAND Is More Cheerful Upon Hearing News From Roberts. His Invasion of Orange Free State Causes the London Stock Mar ket to Brace Up. osrs Galling Immense Profit Out ot Gold Mines. London, Fob. 15. (Spl.) Up , to 0 o'olock this aftern'oou the war otllco bad not Issued any fuithor ncwH iu regard to Genet al Itoberl's cam paign. Tho more ftuorablc news from South Aftlea, that Roberts with -10,000 Infantry, 7,00o cnwilry and tOO gnus bad begun bis Invasion of the Otango Fieo State sttengthened tho stock markets, though business was quiet Consols rose atK'- DoBeeis 1, and Hands . The list of casulaties among the offi cers In tho fighting near Bensberg on Fob. 10 nnd rob. 12, shows that flvc wcuo killed (HiiHWatc missing. Near- ;$J. ly all of, thospLotuceis -wens Austra $&' Hans, - p.ysik... j r- "( f A "OoTBrausof,' colonial scouts is'now gualdlng Eshowe after n rorcedmareh thtougb Zululnnd, during which they...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

mymw.WW KimmmnjLuuiLPrvjt , sow AKBON DAIfcY i?S3ViOORAT. THtrPX. JtftfARY IB 1000 "i' i i it 'vf f i HRV -.,,. . p mi - 'S Serious Charges Against Secretary State Hay. of Hints of a British-American Alliance. Says Hay Tried to Ruin Reputation His In Order to Protect tho British Censor at Durbun. I "WASttiNaTo.v, Fob. IS. Tho followin, signed statement was given out by Charles E. Macrum, former United fitatei consul to Pretoria: The situation in Pretoria was such that, first, s an official, I could not remain there whllo hi j government (it homo wns apparently ,ia the dork to the oxact condition In South Africa. Hecond!j-,as 5 man andcittrpnot tlio United Btates.I could not rtmairi In Pretoria, sscriflc' lng my own cell respect and that of the ptopls of Pretoria while the government at homo con ttntttd to Icnvo mo In tho position of a British consul and not an American consul. I want tc My right hero that there was not ox singly request aade of mo through tho department ol tate look...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IT, MOO COX : Controls the Senate. His Ripper Bill Passes by Large Margin. V One Senator Confessed It Was Outrageous, But Voted For the Bill Just .the Same. Senator Sieber Spoke and. Voted For the Bill. tSpoclnl Correspondence.) Columbus ,0., Feb. 15.-The Cox Hip per bill for Cincinnati was pasod by iltc Senate lull1 Uil nltcinoon by u vote, of 18 to 13. Senators Brown uhd llnibiiugh wero :tlip only Kcpublicun Senatois voting against It. Sena lots Nippert, Sieber and Harding spoke and oted for tho bill. Sonntois Copen. Long, IlnibiiuglMind Brown spoko against it. Senator, Hauling frankly acknowl edged tho bill to be au outrage upon Uie people of Cincinnati, but be do fended bis position by snng that it was a purely party moasuie. The vote upon the Vox bill Is lakcu as a forecast of tho way the Senate ill vole to defeat tho Clink local op tion bill. The liberal use of the party lash accomplishes thin result. That an Injunction be Granted Beckh...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

m r . ; ' k . ! . -"if E- l ! pi '' 'it i. I e f II Jt- i f ' I iZl ?V1 Ifr I I Mi) IE I fl : AKBOW DAILY pBMOCftA.. THTTBSbAYV FEBRUARY 15, 1000 " I ) (HI THE MILT DEMOCRAT .SXXSS.. NASH IJO CHANCE' , , ' . TAX MM S . III !'lli W edw.s.harter FREo w. gayer out bvIery dAy on tob most prom- For a Summit County Man Republl- I ' I f 4 ttl H p. H? .- ... .... kti -KCm H ED. H. DE U COURT. Mar. Advertising Depl. Woritnrl Nouf Mnn H 7K i M i MM Kf " . ff ? 'Ww W CHAS. A. MARVIN.. ..News Editor C 1 . ; Si ft 1 iH ' S fv jRU PUBLISHED BY 1 1 : 'Ilf J the AKRox PEMooHAT co. Hr0 dhcta,taPr tIml ,1C kncw nothlnK whiting Had Had a M fci 1 1 K- I about nu nlllanoo between the United T n r 1 I I F IS" office: lnrm Kofnro OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 ana 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Thono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. IIOYE 2dw. 8. Hartcr....Dr. 0. W. Milllkln Ed. U. Do La Court. Entered at the post...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

' AKRON DAWjY tfKMttOH&T. 3&UI18DAY, PEBlttTABT 15, 100a m BANQUET Given by Butchers A Complete Succoss In All Its Details. Was Attended by Akron' Bost Citizens Banquet Served by Butchers and Their Wives. Dancing Was One of the Most Enjoy ' able Features. Akron butchers arc a hospltablo peo ple, If tho good fellowship exhibited by tho Retail Butchers' Protective As sociation may bo taken as a criterion .to individual qualities of the members. Tho first annual banquet given by tho butchers' association was at Music hall .Wednesday night, and it will bo re-1 racmbcredasone of tho many large and successful banquets that havo been' given In Akron this winter. Rostrlct ed to tho banquet alone It tvus succes ful, but when both the banquet nnd ball aro considered, It was adjudged to bo ono of tho most elaborate events of the year. The banquet was prepared and scrv ctj by the butchers and their wives, in eery dotall tho menu was correct and bountiful. Meats of every descrip tion, wi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

Twjrnfl , .1 , ,mmmimm " - - Til ! aostfwxm hv-wju" :T it&'TT-. UQ3QShS .-jr-i-V W JpjTi7' ".'---" .s i, "rBHWiWWT" YWvl i -, PfWBPPWP S'WPIiP5lt'f "."y-fW fTw thp Tf?p55P?!m T51 0 -AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1000 i a ! It 411 u :, l'nr Rnlo ill Akron bv WM, HOrilK. 142 H. Howard Ht. .1. II. HOUGHTON. 118 Haul Market St. OKOllOi: HAAS, 1ST North Howard 8t TAX LAWS Will Not be Changed Ma terially This Century. Interesting Communication From . Senator Alexander. Editor Bally Democrat: In your excellent edllorlnl In last (Tuesday) evening's Democrat you unintentionally, no doubt, made n Mnteinenl not in compliance with the laws of Ohio. In the second para graph you say: "Such tangible property Is of course taxed upon Its irlue liere. At the Mime tlmu the owner, If a resident of Ohio, Is taxed upon his stock In the same coijiorntiou. and which stock Is the representative of his share of the tangible proper ty already once taxed as such." This Is In error. The htoek...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

pywa at. AlCBON DAILY DEMOORAT. THURSDAY. rEBRXTARY 15, 1900 DEMOCRAT'S LINERS . . . . THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP. OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE . . . PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c WWWWliWW0WW0 Telephone 180 Your Wants W1U be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put into FOUR lines. In writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. (WANTED Agents In every county to bandlo "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further information, address Coiu Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor ner State and Ohio sts., Chicago. 202 tf WANTED A good bar boy. Apply at, once. Barbcrtou Inn. 255 tf WANTED FEMALE HELP. WAITED At once, two girls for1 gen crul housework. Good wages; no cashing; German preferred. Applj at 125 N. High st, near Market. 250-250 WANTED. IF YOU ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 February 1900

' i 8 AKROjS" DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. E3BRT7ABY 15, 1000 ! ,frl It K $&u THD WBATncn FIUDAT. Haiti nntl snow. Colder. Are you not thinking of house cleaning? The time Is nlmost at hand. A changing of lace curtains generally occurs about this time now ones havo to he bought to 1111 the places where others havo bceu taken down. A glance nt this Hat will convince you that wo havo some great values. Ruffle Curtains. At 30c and 70c a pair, plain mull curtains, milled. .'1 yards long, eas ily washed and laundrcd. At 51.00 per pair, figured mull curtains, ruffled, In different pat tcrnH, 3 yards long, extra good value. At 51.25 and 1.39 a pair, plain mull curtaluH with laco ruffle, very neat and showy, 3 yards long. ' At .fl.pO and $1.80 a pair, plain mull curtains, with laco and In sertion ruffle. These- make good parlor curtains. Nottingham Lace Curtains. 00c to 51.00 a pair, 3 yards and 314 yards long, strong laco cur talus, pure white, made of ti dou 'hie ply thread. $1.23 to $1....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Hpnrfl Till, Tnndnrtolni, But Oyuers SCo per rjt. Turkeys n t oil kinds of I)rnnod Poultry People's Cash Meat Market, nrN. Howard st. ' SNOW and COLDER. , AKRON. OHIO. FRIDAY. EVENING. FEBRUARY 16. 1900. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 259 PRICE ONE GENT AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Ml A- i RELIEF For Kimberly, Proves Great Relief to England, But Another Boer Sur- prise Is Feared. p. .ain Largost Exclusive Dry Goods Store. Clcanlng-up In Cloak Department Jackets at $1, $2, $3. Choice of the finest Jacket in the store $5.00. Great reductions in Suits, Furs, Skirts, etc. Flannel Waists, 48c and, 98c. Flannelette Wrappers, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00, kind, choice 85c. Believed That Cronje, the Boer General, Retired Only to Draw His Foes 1 " Into Another Trap. $1.50 and $2.00, kind, choice M I 85c I pntti I 155-157 S. Howard st. I nmttiinnBMttiotnM espcdnl military luiportnnrc, and thai a Boor surprise nuiy result. London Hails Gen. Roberts' Dispatch With Joy. Pianos Briti...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

FZXjW h AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRlDAlkkEBRTJART 1Q 1000 Ifr v t&fssss,fjrjrjrsjrjrjrstfjrjrsfs.fst A Lot of . Sample ..Hardly Two Alike some With collars, some without. Some white body, some all colored. Formerly $1.00 and $1.50. Your Choice 50c SIZES 12 e lie M-ie ling lose 1 191 South Howard Street. 3 HSaWk To buy a typewriter thai "ftilt continue to produce satisfactory work during years of constant use; and this is the height and the depth of typewriter economy. Any one of our three machines wilt perforin such a service. We shall be glad to make you thor oughly acquainted with one-or all of them. DICK'S RELATIVE Thinks Ho Has a Cinch on iho Hudson Post Office Mr. Charles Ellsworth of Hudson In a relative of Gen. Dick, iiud.lio In Mire Hint bo will receive the nppolutment ns Hudson's postmaster. "I'm not worrying," wild Mr. Ells worth, when a friend iihUoiI him iiliout thn appointment yesterday. There am several other candidates, among them being Menus. i I'. Rend, Jt, K. Leo ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1000 I i L I J Mr is b "ww is huuv na vviHi a k w nn mm m W .WINTER GOODS.. As it will savo you a good deal of inonoy. You will not bo able to buj tho Bamo goods again for these prices. ft f (fM.Louer :3393Saa3333i9:39333a &&&9 SOMEBODY Will Stand For Treat Enjoyed by Jury at Bar berton Thursday. E. M. Young Preferred to Say Nothing In Reference to Conversation With Shumway. ,. Hamctown Woman Alleged to be Insane Court News. The jury, In the an inn go ease ot Margaret Burke vs. The Diamond Match company, and 1 lit Village of Bmbortou, enjoyed a tieat Tliurodiiy. An order was issued liy the court, directing the Jurors to view the prem ises. They were taken to Bnruerton by Bnllff Mitchell. At the plant ot the defendant, they were escorted through every department, Inspecting tlio works from top to bottom. Many of them had never been In theibulld jugs beforeiiiud it was nn '"enjoyable affair for tho pnAj-.'AfteicompietliiB the Inspe...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

f ,. 4 AKBON IXA1LT DEMpOKAT. RIDAy. FEBRUARY 10, 1000 ? w .. I I M n i ? ' i IK . THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EOW. S. IIARTER FRED W. OAYEn Ed.lors and Managers. E0. II. DE LA COURT, IHgr. Advertising Dopt. CttAS.- A. MAUVIN.w.Nows Editor - - PUBLISHED BY THE AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFITIOB; Domocrnt Block, Nos. 135 nnd 137 a. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIOfE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. V. HOYE Edw. S. IJnrter. ...Dr. C. W. Mllllklu Ed. H. Do La Court. Entered at tho iiostoffleo at Akron, .Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every orenlng by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall 53.00... .?1.50 for elx months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. IBO. FRIDAY, FEB. 10, 1000. REPLYING TO SENATOR ALEXANDER: In his leller In our last night's edi tion Senator Alexander offern sonto criticism purporting to relate to our editorial of Tuesday In regard to some legal redtess...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

rzsbmi nw iv ;iupipnR mpilliii 1. """-)j;3 yi HW '"? -" r v i" Iffl iJJBf lU-jpi I' . AKHON DAlliT DEMOCBAT: ftRIDAY, tfjJBBUAIiY 10, 1000 - ii '!' iv. j. r , risrs i('U . c AKRON RUBBER STORE, 223 South Howard Siroot, Wholesale and Retail Everything in Rubber. How many kinds of WATER BOTTLES do you supposo thoro nrc? And how many sizes of ouch kind? Wo aro prepared to show yott all kinds, as well as a full lino of RUBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Wfo Oon Intoroat Yoj on Prloon. 823 S. Hojard Street, Botwoon Main and Mill sts., an it ft i to to to to to to to' to to to to to to to to to to to to Badger, Van HATTERS AND ' f ANo. 123 South Howard YE ARE SHOWING A I ;piioni-iJDUi just reocived! 'I i m saasaa'ssasssssasaass PORTAGE COUNTY Wants to Havo Delegate to the National Convention. As the other counties nro limiting up candidates for delegates to tlio National convention fiom iho Nine leenth Congressional dlstilct, this may he the light time to suggest that they do not overlook ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

BPFc BaH wimiifflim&iiimw JLU " "- ,f r-T-,Tjr. .tk "'''ffyTOw-iCOTT!? AKTKMT DAILY DEMOCRAT. aTEIDAY, 'FEBRUARY 10, 1003 uru i'bi '4ukfj -imift-av j - - Tim mi i iiwmi &- s " B f n B -t BUI i. ymyLKn :T fill I $ HSHiera7"mrw H ,'WrftMnlaaiH Winter Footwear Special Prices Hall Was Crowded By the Audience at Entertainment Wo are oleauing up our stock preparing for our opring wooas. it you want J5AliliALiNtt in'i'oliablo Footwear Ip ...Com i-t Oraoo... Ik ii Tin numiMiMiiiiiMM iiiMl"ft8yffHijWl,tTirVTT8i1 fellNNfeAAM AC R C 3EO S EVIsaiG-k St. VMV&i iYSTERY Solved by an Officer. Stranger Carried a Mys terious Package Into a Swamp Near the Rolling EV1 i 1 1 . Tho Package Was Found by Officer Baker, Who Ordered the Stranger to Bury It In the Ground. At 8 o'clock last evening wlillo 0111 rer Fred W. Baker wiih pacing IiIh heat, In the vicinity of tho old rolling mill, ho noticed n man emerge from a house, nnd look carefully tip and down tho street. Ho had a mysterious look in...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 February 1900

iiiiiaiilMiiniiaiiimiiiiJwii ill, i mil TIM 'M-TSfl rf.-T""7rw!3FWTw' yy ryT-yjj -ff yW-V "r 1 Ml J AKRON DAILY JDHMJGUAT. UflUDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1000 I tWBKBKWiBM y , ,-. ?: c. ' liner H H O Bmarsgm3awmxt0w.!ii ijuaa.it THE easiest way to GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE iSilSQqgrg ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : : ,4 Lines, One h4 Lines, Three Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In , 'the Democrat by mall, telephone, or personal application. 2,4 Words:. - Can be put into FOUR lines. In ' "writing: your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED-MALE HELP. WANTED Agents lu every county, to Dandle "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldg-s., cor ner State and Ohio sts., Cbfcago. ' . 202 tf WANTED-A .good bar boy. Apply utiouce. Bnrberlou Inn.' 253 tf.' WAITED At once,, two girls for gen eral housework. Good wages; ...

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