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" A sum
you can wear cooler material?. Pay a visit to our
Silk counter this week and you will find what you
are looking for.
Coided Silk in pink, jriet-n and blue stiipt-.
Strijied and eht-cked lijrlir silk-.
A lir variety of silk in .triM; and cheek . . .
Dark striped and figured Cliina Silk
Figured Taffeta and Striped Taireta
Plain and Changeable Taireta, all hade.
Fancy Vait Silk, all m-w coloiing in bmkeii
Wf. :in. snip airent for the eelebrated Keating Wheel and
All kind oil.icyole
1 150 and 152 South
L- JL HEFFERNAN,
I'luinbui". and Ga. Kitting, Bath Tub. Sink. Pumps, ht.
at lowest price. Open Kveniirir.
204 West Market Street. Telephone 649
I M. J. Murphy, Liquor Dealer I
1 ff V A SPECIALTY ffr 1
If 111" ) I Oil Grow ! I
1 -zr AKRON, 0. "bs
Bia PIKE AT DAYTON.
One Man ratitll; Hull, Four Injur!,
Church .iihI .some Luinber
Daytox, Hay 1. One m.m was fatalj
ly injured and funr others severely hurt
at a fire which destroyed a third of the
lumbery-n-d of the A. G. Berhart Lum
ber company, gutted the St. John's
Lutheran church and detrored four
loaded freight cars.
The injured: Thomas Lawlur, Matt
Link. Ciiaile Chaniberlain, Burklmrdt
Kuukel and .Tohn Maley. Two firemen
were o ereome ly heat. The lire origi
nated in the lumberyard. High wind
carried sparks to the roof of tne church,
two block away, Link and Chamber
lain, who w eve working on the church
roof, were cut off Iroin e.-eape by tho
flame and attempted t .Hde down the
lightning n-d. The rol broke w hen the
men Vtcie- :!0 feet from thegrouud. Law
ler, Kunkel and Maley were struck by
falling embur and bricks. The lo- is
Viili-smMn T-.jjju 1 irlti 1...
STi:umNViij.r, Mav 1. The Ant
Saloon League had a field day here,
holding meeting in all churches 110,111
ing and evening and a big meeting in
the opera house in the afternoon. The
.speakers were Mrs. Lake of St. Loni,
Rev. P. A. Baker, Kev. G. J. ltayuor
and Kev. Dr. J. C. Jackou of Co
lumbus. They were especially severe
in their attacks on Senator Blake, who
is a candidate for renomination, and is
endorsed by the Liquor League.
CICMl. 111(1 M.III IvllIOll.
Cl.fcVKi.AM, May 1. L. M. Pitkin,
president ol lhe"VaiietyIronworksconi
p5ny, and one of the best known, busi
ness men of this city, was intantly
killed liy the westbound Lake Shoie
flyer at'Coits, a suburb. Mr. Pitkin
failed to notice the appioach of the
fher and stepiied from behind some
freight c-ars directly in front of it.
JIubart Stilt Very Sick.
Washington-, May 1. Vice Presi
dent Hobart's condition continued to
improve very lowly, and he was still a
very sick man.
not to In? equaled i? to ..e.een on
Hot" weal her makes you feel as if
V.tc, ("5f to TGe
1 a yd
A Sual'i IlitternesM.
"I hate you I" he declared bitterly,
"and yet I nnut take yon for better or
Truly,- a most unpleasant dose is qui
ninel Kansas City Independent.
Call and see thein. If mice
vou have the Satorftt vou w ill
Screen Doors and
Garnden Hose and
Paints, Oils. etc.
Call and gel our pi ices before
Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard st.
GEO. S. DALES & SON
Columbia .mil F.dion (.rapltaphonos
From $5 to $50
t to I (i(,() lecoids tffselect limn.
Old Records Shaved
Ui taken in excUfuiue for new.
liiassttnd 'ickel II.Tfyis, Speakers J
Iteeorders Diaphraginsrjnd icpati
KM-rytlimyr TW. lowest
228 S. Main St.,
I WE SUA LL NOT im- I
I ' pose on your time I
1 mid is5k you 'to ivskI a I
I catitloirue of 15 or 20 i
1 pajjjes descrihiiifr the I
I merits of the i
a m- i
ISatoria Shoes i
Thi-y ,peak-lor tliiMiieIc.
YoqV inspection wjll be bet- S
ter than HXiiiaires of nraise. m
IAN o re oc1umo iim-nts.
I 1 10 S. Howard st.
With a $300 Ring and $600 In,
I'eo. Leer. who has been employ
ed a a jeweler in B. Wingerter'.
store at li" S.Howard St., quietly
left Akion Saturday, April 22.
He took with hiin'a $otxi diamond
ring and a quantity of gold. Just
previous to hi "leaving he borrowed
$M) of Ernet A. l'flueger on a $1,000
, Uiiited States bond. Mr. Wiugerter
ha not eau.ed I.eer" arret le-
1 emie he had himself safely secured.
At pivfnt Jeer i in New Vork
Woman In New York Claims to Have
Another ehapter in the inteieting
career of Sergeant Beebe ha come'
to light. Captain TilKon, of the
Cleveland recruiting office, i in re-j
! ceipt of a letter from Hillburn, X. V. i
' A w.oman at that place say she a
married to the dahing.oldier .)imit
time ago. Jf her statement i true, i
Beebe became a bigamit when he
married Mi. Kinir. the actre. in l
Canton. Beebe i now in Canada.
Be Asked to Pay a Heavy,;
.License. . i
Another ordinance will In3 intro-j
diicnd into the Council tonight, pro
viding that every bill potinir com
pany or linns deiriug to advertise
in or about Akron, by tacking bill.
and signs on telegraph pole1 and the
like, shall pay a licene of -J."0 n year.
The object of this ordinance is to
do away w i(h littering the streets
with bill and placard. It will al
so dieourage many fake advertisers,
who vis-it Akron, if they are com
pelled to pay $50 before they do any
Negotiating For Sites at Warwick
W. B. Humberger, representing the
Chippewa Sand & Stone company,
was in Akron Monday. This com
pany has recently purchaed the
Warwick farm at "Warwick. Mr.
Humberger confirmed tbereportthat
several plant were negotiating for !
site on the property. The stone,
or ii portion' of it, is adapted to the
manufacture of glas.- It is probable
that a plant w ill be elected at War
wick. GIVE THE CHILDREN' A DRINK
C'lillt'il ttmiii-U. It Isn lellt'iu.uppiliiii.
iioiuivlililg fuutl ilrlnk to tnku thu place of
roHVc. .okl liy nil grocer mid liked by all
who iiai ii1! U n.''m!'- hii prpTl
in'p.ui(l It Itifti's Ilk- the lliie-t cnlTec but i
fn-- from till Its ill ilirlidl dioih rth'. Gmlu-
I oi Id digestion anil vtreiiifthvilst lie nerves.
11 I not ii liiiiiiliint hut a health builder.
anil children n well a adult can drink it
with real henellt. Col ahoul nue-rotirth
a niueh as eotree. n and 1'V.
Ivy Miller visited his parent in
1'iof. YV. A. Billion' will jive a i
nejrligee parly in Militant hall next
Wednesday evening. The gentle
men are to dance in -negligee shiit
and the'ladics in shirt waists.
.Joseph Goldsmith. AkiouV popu
lar clarionet player, who has llnished
the season with a . theatrical com
J pany, returned lion
I Jamestown, '. V.
pany, returned home Saturday, from
, Mr. James r. Loomis, of Akion.
I recently registered at The Colonial,
Mt. Clemens. Mich.
Miss Ella Sherhondy has returned ,
.1. A. Baldwin will return trom i
I'assadena, Cal., Tuesday.
1 K. A. YVilcov. after spending Sun-,
I day in Aktou, returned to Erie, I'a.,
I". V. Ultle left Sunday evening
1 for l'eoiiu, 111., to take the position
of vice president and general manager
of the People's (ias t Electlie Co.-of i
I'eona. Mr. i.lttle continue to ic
niain a diiector and vice president of
the Akron Cas company and will ie-'
turn to Akron occasionally, although
his liiiiuc will he in I'eorin heieafter. 4
John DeHaven leaves for Altooua.
Miss Belle M.ers has teturned riom
a visit to her sister. Mrs. Haveistick
O. U. Miller returned Friday from 1
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j a two weeks stay in Hellefoutaine
Greatly Reduced Rales to Denver.
Via Chicago & North Western Rail
way. On account of the annual
niceting, (leneial Assembly of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church, to
'he held in I)ener. Mav l8-2(i. IM)!I.
K.c:iriou tickets will be sold at the
fa" oiable rate or one fare phis $2,110
Tor the loitud (tip, with fn onililc re-
M mi 1111111.. 11-hfi mi uif limy 1.1-
1(5, IK!)!'. For rates and other in-
lolin.itiiin ask your nearest ticket
.iif.-iil iiimiiiiiIv In 11. V Alili-iiliw. l-7
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TOO I ATF Tfl f ACQIFY
Mitrl.i t i., i-uriiiT Wiilmit,
W.VNTIII) Kxpurluiiutil Imiiiilry uoiniui
r.niilir' W5 ""it Kxcliitne t. , u
-THEY FIT THE FEET AS
After being .sinotheied in
Jiigh shoes during the win
ter 'your feet will appi eciate
a pair of cool, eay
O x-fo t-el s
mot perfect fitting Ox
fords for women' wear.
Hygienicall. and anatoni--ically
correct, they fit the
feet a nature intended.
The lenneK Miller" Ox
ford's are equal in every
particular to the famous
'.rennet- Miller" Shoe.
We are .ole agent. for this
city. Oxfords $3
"Jenness Miller" Shots $3.50.
122 S. Howard St.
I wwwftvwvwwwwVA t!
Days . . ..
"Will turn your thoughts
to cooler Fooiwettr.
and look over our btock
of Oxford Tie, Juliets,
Strap Sandals and Slip
per. They arc cool,
comfortable and stylish,
and the price are very
121 South Howard St.
That Distressing Pain!
I TO NEED of
M wne" ' is
O NEED of suffering from Headache
wnen it is so easy to nave and to
take our sure cure.
Some headache remedies' aie harmful:
these are made to cure headache; have no
I,.,. ffa..!. .-.. r. .In ..A.. A.n. .... ..ft .. .
pad effect; sure to do you srood as well as
to cure the pain.
REGULAR PACKAGE, 25c.
t64 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Jjf Atllantic Garden
ijy Euraneari Rptlanmni
" "tu"Pean IIGSiauram..
Vw 200-202 I". Market st., Akron, O.
.T. licfreshments of all kinds. 'Ihe
,. Refreshments of all kinds. 'I he (i
VU celebrated Anheujer Bnscb Beer If.'
,i; always on drancht. Meals at alt "
UI hours at reasonnlle prices f .
W ""Drated Anheujer . Bnsch Beer
lt . ( Uve us a call ft
. We will Blease vou. ;I:
'w ,XT., .,, ,. f;
y uciiuntj OKU5., rrops. ;;
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A COOL OPPORTUNITY.
There is a good cool opportunity in
each glas of Ice Cream Soda at the ,
'Model Bakery. The ice cream is
cold and the opportunity is to get
something good, pure and healthy.
Ice cream made from puie. sweet
cream is good for child or man:- let
the children have it, but be sure it i
made from cream and not doctored
milk. If you only want a pint of Ice
, Cream it will pay you to go to the
Model Bakery for it. Ice Cream
' wholesale and retail.
S. ii. LAKFKRTV.
S. & O's Specials
For week ending Saturday, May 6th.
Fancy Co'lcfec Specials.
1 lb .'tfc Corinehie Java & Mocha
:toe, with checks.
llb.!2eO. C Java t Mocha .JOc.
1 lb -'!( Java V M"iK.-ha 'JSc. with
llb2-"cS-t CJ.'. Java v Mocha
I ic, with check.
A fancv tin canister FREE with
13 lbs. anv of the above coffee with
I out checks at te same rate.
! 1 lb 22c deception CotTee for 20c;
! w ith checks.
! 1 lb 20c-Oolden Rio Coffee Ibc. with
1 These eotree. are coffee, that All h.
Special price in 10 lb lots.
Do vou know why you so often hae
i poor coffee? .Coffee begins to de
, toriorate the minute it leaves the
fi ouster. Therefore, to be its best,
coffee must be fresh roasted. The
(only place to get fresh roasted coffee
is at our store. ve.icour ami, cieau
all gree;i co'ffee before roasting. We
roast coffee weekly, hence never have
coffee over a week old.
(Jooil coffee nroucrlj made (not
boiled and .reboiled) il not hurt
nnvbodv. all substitute twaddle to
' the contrary notwithstanding.
i We can suit all taste.. The rich
:irmii:itif flavor or ireiiunie orincnie
Java and finest Arabian Mocha. The
smooth drinking Maracaibo or the
pungent Bio and Brazilian Coffee.
Unfortunately the cheap package
coffee on account of price have per
verted the tates of 00 per cent of the
people. Only the very cheapest Bios
are put up.. 'That is why we want
vou to try our higher grades. -
' China & Japan Tea Store
161 S. Howard s-fc.
Schumacher & Gammeter,
JolinG.Kngelhart. Win. F. Kckart
Engelhart & Eckart
$ Plumbers, gltft7Jg.
Mfrs.of tho Engellinrt Hot Water
:H IK. Mill st. T'cl. 15
Our stock of tans and tan
ifoitls "has never been more
complete. You will be pleased
with our good and prices if
you call and see
53 S IVIairt S.
If You Prefer
No experiment with
your dental work, see
Five year, of Huccessfiil practice in
Akron, and each year a greater suc
cess. Honest work, lowest prices and
Teeth $5 up, Fillings oDi up, Crown
Office, Hall's block, corner How ard
and Market sts. '
DOXTlIlTKTtiliue n e iifre
taken out of :i txtli. We own
tliii nit'tlitxl evluslely In Aktou.
Kllltjiif .) up. CSnIil crown nnd
In iilMMirk ni'i tootli $"i.
If jour teeth
down In tho
mouth irlvn u
:i trial, AVocnn cniiliiict .ou n pinto
Hint will make ,iiu fnrwt our lootli
Iruuhlc. KtniLtln (;iitio'ly pain
less not linir-wiiy iiuinhril liy
coccliiu and otlier iolon.
PHILADELPHIA DENTAL ROOMS
126 S. Main st. .
Uur Little's Jlllllnt'ry cInlilNh-iiK-iit,
ColllnS drug btorc and Well
I'argo Kxprcss Co.
Op'iie(uiiig,i. Suniliiy Into I.
Illue and gold signs.
Make no niNtulcu.
Kxisi:i. To Mr.iml Airs. A. W.
Kniscly, 32 JO. Cedar st., Stiturtlay.
April 2!, a son.
Ilnr'r To Mr. and Mis. Frank
llft, 112 Huron st., Saturday, April
2;), a diniKlitt'f.
Km:ici:u To Mr. and Air. uo. V.
Frokcr, Hi) WVostur iic., Friday,
April 2S. d!iiir,iit"r.
l'A.Y.vi: ToAlr. and Mi Willnir
11. l'iiyno, 502 Spli-or ht.,, Saturday,
April 29, a son.
Favorite In Betting.
Ruhlin In Excellent Con
dition For the Fight.
Important Event at the
Buchtel Was Not Strong Enough j
Brewster Pitched a Good Game
(ins Huhlin and Peter Mailer
mee.t under the auspices of the Lenov
Athletic club in Xeiv York city,
Tuesday night. Huhlin says he ii.
in prime condition for the light. He
has trained at Mechanicville, X. Y.
Madden ha great confidence in Gils'
ability. If the Akron Giant wins
this match he can again make claims'
for championship Honors. Maher is
it decided favorite in the betting.
Return will lie received in this city
by I.arney McDermott.
The Buchtel college base bull team
played its first game with the Case
school club Saturday afternoon.
Uuchtel was defeated because of its
inability to hit thu ball. The players
evidently suffered from stage fright.
The Case team excelled in all the
points of the game. A fair sized
crowd- witnessed the contest. The
.score : -
Eves, cf ....
Lee, 3b. .
Metzger, c ..
Braggins, ss ...
Cri.sp, rf ..
0. A. E.
27 11 10
.Stolen bases Braggins, Marble,
Lee. Bases on balls By Cebbart 2,
by Fnsnaeht .'!. Three-base hit
Ilaldaue. Two-base hits Crisp,
Haldane, Eves, Allen.
Alf. llrewster of this city, pitched
for the University school in a game
against the Oberlin High school
t wmi Saturday. Oberlin won by a
score of 7 to t". Only four hits were
made off Brewster's' delivery.
Ruhlin May Meet Him.
Thcro i a man coming all the way
over the blue Atlantic to try to
i knock Pcter Maher's head oll-as if
poor Peter hadn't been whipped often
onotigh by purTdy domestic lighters,
says the Cleveland "World. The lat
est aspirant for the honor is Mike
Morrisey, who claims to be the only
ueal Irish champion. Morrisey is
credited with victories over Peter
Jackson and Frank Slavin, in Dub
lin, lie weighs 185 pounds, is 27
yeais of age and stands six feet in his
stockings. The Lenox A. C. will
oHera purse for the bout if Maher
defeats Itulilin.il! their coming bout.
If Itiihlin wins, it is likely that he
will be matched to meet the Irish
man. Mocon's Comment.
"ThiMiext big event hereabouts is
the go'between PeterMaherand Gus
Ruhlin scheduled Tor next Tuesday
night by the Lexox club says Macon
in the EiKiuirer. 'Mnherwas present
at the 'Walcott-Creedon atTair, and,
as far as I can judge, looked to be in
fairly good condition. He and tho
big Swiss ought to make a lively go
of it, though if Peter is as good as he
was tho night he boxed Tom Sliarkey
he ought to win in a canter. You
can't tell, though, for, like the fabled
Stephen, he's most deceiving, and Just
when you expect moslofhim he fails
Sh.ko Into Your Shoes
Allen' Koot-Kuse, u K)dor for the f.'l. It
.iiif.il lililltflll Ufllt.l1 (.lilfirtlni lll 1114
reot. and instantly tnltvs tliu ting out of.
rorn-t and bunions. It's the greatest rum- '
fort dl-eovery of 11m age. Allen's iMiut
I'jiish niakiis tight or new shoes fel easj . It
iMieortalu cure fur snouting, callous and
liot, tired, and aching feet. Try it today.
Hold broil druggists nnd shoe stores, liy
ninil for 2."c In stamps. Trlnl packngo l-'KEK.
Aililrci Allen H. Olmsead, LcKoy, Jf.Y. 1
I OUR NO.
I -128- I
I S. Howard Street 1
In OUR AT LOWEST FKSlI
J To hi' toiiiid in tliis city H
H Mother, come here for your C'hildren's Shirt Waists, H
J Knee panr. and Eoy'. and Children Suits. Our prices H
H are tiie lowest. H
I Don't Throw Your Money Away I
J AVe can and will save you money on your Spring BJ
S Suit or Overcoat. New i:oods, latest styles. Look H
J for the window, No. 12S South Howard street. H
Akron Clothing Co.
' Ancient Inktmul.
An inkstand that was probably in nso
, 3.400 years ago In liecn lately aeauireil
by a museum ir. Berlin. It i of E'rvntirtii
i mai.e and is supposed to belong to tho
oighteenth or nineteenth dyniv-ty, or
Eoniewhei-o about IZtSO U. C, although its
real age can only be judged of approxi
mately. It Is jnado of wood and has two com
nartmonts, an upper ciic prov'ded with
two holes, one for .i.ick nnd on.e for red
Ink. and a lower; no for holding reed pens.
Tho Black nni! tho red inks arc certainties,
for some still remain, in a dry condition,
within the receptacle.
Another ancient inkstand is (.upposcd
to have been intended for tho nso of n
3 ilUJlVMlilIU .!.-".
rVfc Buy a
UNTIL YOU GET PRICES FROM
Tifft & Vogan,
Telephone No. 9.
Daguc Bros. & Co.
EVERY SECTION of our store shares in the increased
volume of business that ye are doinir. Distributing
merchandise is our business and we are doing it
more thoroughly than ever before,
vou the fact that
Is a prominent feature of that business just now. The most
exacting customer can be pleased in our vast assortment and
the prices are a pleasing feature as well. Jj,
Good Heavy Insrrain Carpets at Zt3
a yard and upwards.
I ace Curtains and
Ruffled IVIull Curtains
Are selling in greater quantities than at any previous
time in our historv.
15ns, Bed Spreads,
ncJ Vtifhi-be Goods
Of every description call
See the I in mains we are
Have your window awnings made to lit, of tirst-dass
material and put up in a workmanlike 'manner. The
rost is but ii trille more than for ".Ready Made" mis
fits and they lat twice a lonir. All hc'bcst patterns in
Awning stripes carried In stock.
The Akron Tent & Awning Co.
Phone -OS 311 S. IVIain st.
First the Best
Last the Best
Always the Best
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schoolboy. It would certainly hold Ink
enbiiKh,for a tchoolhoy's needs, lor It has
no fewer than four ink holes. Both ink
stands wero fouM at Thebes
l'nt Ont na n. Feeler.
Mr. Wellingkam What wcnld you .
do, Mr. Boekingbaui, if I were to ask
yon for your daughter in marriage?
Mr. Rockingham Well, that is some
thing that I hardly want to answer ofl
hand. Mr. Welliugham I'm glad of that -
.. . . - .
ssoyr- u x conJlt be snre that yon would
not answer with yonr off foot I wonld.
feel freo to go ahead. New York
Cuyahoga Falls, 0.
We want to keep before
for a share of your attention.
If you purchase any
other Furnace it will be
because you have not
taken time to acquaint
yourself with the many
advantages and economy
of our Furnace.
Any one who on tell
the difference between
pine and oak can ee the
difference in the Furnace
Don't fail to call and
get our prices.
North Howard street.
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