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MONDAY MORNING. 1 ,000 yards of Colored
Novelty Dress Goods, regular price 50c
150nd 152 South Howard Street.
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This cut will show you the Detroit Hot Plate Gaso
line Stove. The only thing of the kind on the mar
ket. Gall and see it at 166 S. Howard street. If you
are going to put in a furnace, call on us, Ave have the
BEST. The last severe winter has proven this.
Jahant 1 Webe
Summer Shirt Waists
If you wajit something entirely new
shirt waists unlike the ordinary run come
and look these over. They're shirt waist
style of the highest order, in piques, white
lawns, pure linens, Anderson's ginghams and
percales, all made in the newest shapes;
some are with dainty set-in insertions, some
with white embroidered yokes with colored
lawn or gingham bodies, there are many with
handsomely hemstitched fronts, stitching
running lengthwise, bayederc or bias, some
are finished with fine tucking and hem
stitching, and a few with tucking and ruffles
of lace. There arc beautiful waists here to
suit all tastes and purposes. Two extremely
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Flohrbacher i Allen
Bicycles and Sporting
We have a combination bicvclel
pants guard and lock.
Stop and look at it.
Screen Doors and "Window Streeus.j
Garden Hose and Implements and
Iiawn Mowers, Painis, oils, etc.
Call and get our prices before
E. C. Wildes, Will Byrider. Clif
ford McCue and. Harvey Kryder
were in Cleveland Friday.
C. W. Clark, division freight agent
at the Erie depot, spent Friday at
John Briggs of Warren, a funeral
director, is the guest ofC. T. Parks.
The Ladies' Social society of the
First Congregational church gave a
social last evening in the Sunday
school rooms. The evening was
passed in general conversation. A
supper was served.
.C. F. Moore, secretary of the Ak
ron Tranction Sc Electric Co., left
Saturday afternoon to visitover Sun
day witli friends in Cleveland.
Mrs. F. I,. Allen, accompanied by
her child, left Saturday morning
for Louisville, Ky., to join her hus
band who has recently established
himself in the printing business in
Aug. Blessinan has sold his inter
est in the Klages Coal fc Ice Co., and
will be succeeded by Howard
Haupt as secretary and. treasurer.
Mr. Haupt has been with the "firm
for nearly ten years and deserves his
Edwin P. C. Steeds arrived in the
city from Chicago Friday and is the
guest of his brother Walter, 410 Per
kfns st. Mr. Steeds is making a tour
of the world, and has recently visited
Honolulu, Xew Zealand and Somoa.
Major F. C. Bryan, of the Eighth
Regiment, whose office is in Wash
ington, left for that city Saturday,
after a visit of a few days- with Ak
The entertainment and ball given
by the Federal Rubber Workes'
union in Seiberlinghall Friday even
ing was largely attended. Over -100
5 tickets were sold. The fea
ture of the entertainment was the
singing of Elmer Zimmerman.
Dancing followed the program and
was continued until midnight.
Miss Madaline Fedder, of Cleve
land, is the guest of Miss Mabel
Dixon, 215 Second ave.
On Tuesday afternoon, May 23,
there will be a trolley paity given by
the chapter of Main St. church. All
delegates will be taken Jee.
Martin Bookwalter, who for the
past six years has held the position
of foreman of the pressroom of the
Werner Co., has secured a similar
position with the Curtis Publishing
Co., Philadelphia, and left for that
city Saturday morning. The position
made vacant by his resignation has
been given to Matthew Miller, who
has been assistant foreman in the
C. S. Wilford is in the city arrang
ing for excursions to Cedar Point.
Prof. W. F. Sticke's dancing class
es will hold a reunion at Silver Lake
next Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Wein was pleasantly
surprised by a large number of her
friends at her home on Harvard st.,
Thursday evening in honor of her
eighteenth birthday. During the
evening Miss Anna Reinecke render
ed some very choice selections on the
piano and the Missses Alice Egan
and Clara Hide sang some fine sblo.
Miss Wein was presented with a
handsome watcli and chain, after
which the guests marched to the din
ing room 'where an elaborate banquet
was served. The guests departed at
a late hour wishing their hostess
many happy returns of the day.
Memorial Day Address.
Judge J. R. Johnston of Youngs
town, has accepted the invitation to
deliver the Memorial day address in
170 S. Howard st.
I OUR PRICES ARK THE LOWEST ON
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Card of Thanks.
gratitude to neighbors and friends,
employes of The' Webster, Camp t
Lane Machine Co., The Red Cross
and Ladies of the Maccabees society
and the members of the North Iliil
M. E. church, for sympathy, aid and
substantial help and floral offerings
during the .illness and death of our
beloved wife and mother.
HKXKY KAt'TJI axd K.jiii,v.
All members of the U.S. L. club
are requested to meet at their hall,
108 IN, Howard st., Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock to eleot otllcers.
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Are the Greatest House
Entertainers in Existence.
We Sell Them at
FOSTER BROS. We Sell Cheap
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Hall's Rlock, corner Howard and Market sts., Akron, O.
Keep this name and place in mind It means honest work
and a saving of 50 per cent and no chances.
Gold Crowns $5 Artificial Teeth $S
Gold Fillings $1 up Extracting 25c
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Practical Kcpaiier of
Lute with tlio John Church Co..
The only Expert Repairer of Musical
Instruments In Akron or
llji Canal lirldtte.
AMD I-A.TEST STYLES
Ef SUMMER FOOTWEAR
Also a complete liae of OXFORDS.
Handsome colors in TAWS. We only
handle good goods.
Our prices are
158 S. Main St. -
If Vhen von want Refeshments
A all kinds, snch as Imported and DO'
lies, Liquors end Beers
1 S. i 0"s Specials
Por weekending Saturday, May 27.
3 cans Borax Lye 23c.
1 lb -10c Japan Tea oOc (without
checks) equal to the average 50c tea.
2 IbsUcIUo Coffee, without checks
3 cakes loc Savon Glvcerine Sonp
184 lbs fine Granulated Sugar $ 1
20 lbs "White lA' Sugar $1
22 lbs Extra 'C Sugar $1
23 lbs Yellow Sugar $1
Special prices in 100 11) lots and
If your coliee was sloppy and Hat
for breakfast Jry S. & G.'s 23c, 30c or
32c, Java and Mocha or 20c Golden
Kio and 22c Reception. Our own
milling and roasting.
Uur entiiusrBsin is unbouiuleu in
regard to our choice tea stock. Sales
increasing continually. ' S. & G.'s
50c brag uncolored Japan Tea is a
:New China and Bric-a-brac just
Exclusive Ladies Toilet Room in
China & Japan Tea Store
I6A S. Howard st.
Schumacher & Gammeter.
Electric Coffee Roasters- and Grinders,
Next to Laskaris JFruit Store.
Are Having Trouble With
Attachment Issued on Their Property
to Secure Fees.
The'Merrow family continues to
occupy the attention of the courts of
Apparently the physician and his
wife forgot that ft costs money to
litigate. The following is from the
"The Merrows are having more
trouble with their attorneys. Kot
long ago Attorney Littleford sued
Mrs. Merrow for $1,000 on a note,
and a lot of goods were attached
which belonged to the business
in which she and her husband had
been engaged, and which he had
transferred to her by a bill of sale.
She afterward transferred the prop
erty back to her ex-husband and he
replevined it from the Sheriff.
'Yesterday Charles L. Lundy, who
was one of the counsel for Merrow,
sued out an attachment against the
same property in the possession of
Merrow and a constable. He claims
that there is due him $750 for legal
services and for money advanced.
The attachment was served just be
fore the trial of the replevin suit be
fore Squire Kushman."
LATE CHURCH NOTES.
V. C. T. U.
The regular weekly weekly meet
ing of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will be held in the W.
C. T. TJ. rooms, 162 S. Main st., sec
ond floor, Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock. All women are cordially in
vited to attend. '
A W.C.T.TJ. Demorest Medal con
test under the direction of Miss
"Warner of the college will be given
In the Grace Reformed church next
Fridoy evening, May 26.
Calvary Evangelical Church.
Cor. Bartges and Cobum sts. Rev.
W. H. Brightmire, pastor. Sunday-
school at 9 a.m.; preaching at 10:30
a.m., subject,"Influence and Power.
Y. P.A. at 6:20 p.m., subject, "The
Promise of the Father;" leader, Jo
sephine Foster. Preaching at 7:30
p.m., subject, "The Evils of a Di
vided Heart." Elmer Zimmerman
will sing at the evening service,
There will be special music by the
choir at both services. All are in
vjted and your presence will he appreciated.
? John (!. Engelhnrt. Win. F. Kckart (
j fcngeinart & hcKart $
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1 llinioeib, Gag Fitting.
t Mfrs.ofthe Engelhart Hot Wafer
$ -311 E. Mill st. Tel. 45
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Wire Screens, Screen Doors,
Mixed Paints, White Lead and Oil
146-148 South Mai
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Summit Lake Park
Sunday, May 21,
mul contliiuu uvcry uvenlnj;.
HARBEKS, William and Kittie, the
greatest contortion, jugglingnnd wire
actors in the world.
HOWARD and LIVINGSTON in their
grynt success, "Scenes in every day
THE WINCHESTERS, musical sketch
McAVOY and ELSON, centeel sontr
and dance artists, who have a na
tional reputation, will fill the number
on the program next week.
Admission, including street "car
ride, admission to park and reserved
seats in the theater, 15c round trip.
The best of order will bo main
tained in the future hhIii thepastand
only the best, clenn and refined at
tractions will bo booked for (he
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CONCERT The Junior Bible class
of the West Congregational Sunday-
school gave an enjoyable concert
Friday evening in their church at
the corner of Market and Batch sts'
ANNUAL MEETING The Wer
ner Benefit association held its an
nual meeting Thursday evening,
Officers elected follow: P. El Wer
ner, president; M. J. Hoynes, vice
president; S. H. Elliot, recording
secretary; O. A. Nelson, financial
secretary; C. B. Denaple, M. Miller
and Miss Estella Williams trustees.
RECITAL The pupils of the
music department of Buchtel college
assisted by Mrs. E. P. Otis, gave an
excellent recial in Crouse Gymna
sium Friday cwninjr.
ANN1TAL MEETING The an
nual meeting of the Summit County
Sundayschool union is being held in
UN FORMED The musicians in
the Silver lake orchestra will be
fitted up in uniforms.
Grand sacred concert Sunday at
Lakeside park. Goodrich band.
Guth Helen Guth, of Coventry
township, aged 7 years and 1 month,
died Friday, May 19, of malaria fe
ver. The funeral will be held Sun
day at 1:30 o'clock at the residence.
Under the auspices
An excellent program
has been prepared
Harry Oxberry of London, Eng.,
the versatilo entertainer and char
acter comedian will ho one of the
leading numbers on tho program.
General Admission . 15c
to Boston Ledges Sun-
Grand sacred concort Sunday
Lakesido park. Goodrich band.
The case pf Wm. McDeitrich of
Mill st. vs. tho East Ohio Gas Co.,
was tried before a jury in Justice
John II. Thomas' court Saturday
forenoon. The jury has not yet re
turned a verdict. Mr. McDeitrich,
who is a blacksmith, brought suit to
collect a bill due him for work.
In Justice John H. Thomas' court
Saturday morning the case wherein
C. A. Himmelman, of Cleveland,
brings suit to collect $24 rent from
John Powell of this city. To offset'
tho bill, Powell claims that $30 is to
be deducted from the rent by reason
of his having to carry water, the well
on the property boing dry n greater
lartof the tune. The matter will!
likely be settled Saturday evening.
ing call and see
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PoticM Hiinsickcr & Co.
1 16 and "11 8 South Main st.
a'HY NOT HAVE: RSIUS3G
WHEN YOU CAN BUY
The Latest Edison Phonograph For.
$7.5 and up
The Columbia Graphone 5 and Lip
A lot of new records just received. Come in
and hear them at'
O. &. BROWNELL'S
Music Store, 207 East Mill street, Phone 1631
S04. W. Market s-t. Tel.649
C3j-t EVJy Prices.
Have your window awnings made to fit, of first-class
material and put upin a workmanlike manner. The
cost is but a trifle more than for "Ready Made" mis
fits and they last twice as long. AH the best patterns In
Awning stripes carried In stock.
Ths Akron Tent i Awnisig Go.
331 S. EVlaira st.
"ieeause 1 Can Do Better There"
Said a careful business man, when asked why heenvariably
bought at H. A. -BORK'S no matter how much he looks
around. "We invite all to call, see our line of
Suitings, Vestings, Trouserings and Overcoatings
Then Ask Our Price r
You'll iind that by leaving your order w'ith us that you
have made a great saving. "We guarantee the work and
material. If we can please all others we can please you.
MERCHANT TAILOR. 2 1 9 South Howard st.
-Lamparter & Peilfer's Block, opp. Cereal Mills.
Greatest Variety, Lowest Prices,
Instructions and Dark Room Free
Solio, Bex, Eclipse. Platino, Pla
tinotype. Self-toning, Bromides, Blue
Print and Velox Printing Papers,
best brands of Dry Plates, Films,
etc., developers and overything used
in photography. Wholesale and re
tail. The only photographic stock
house in the city.
Geo. S. Dales & Son,
228 S. Main St., Akron, O.
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"Win- not buy it here where the assortment is largest and
prices most reasonable. AVe guarantee every wheel sold.
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To be found in the city.
A full line of JUVENILE BICYCLES just received.
Repairing neatly and promptly done. "TI-
Genuine Bubber Trimmed Buggy
Harness, mado from best oak tanned
leather. ONLY $15.
No. 123 South Wain street.
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