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We put on sale Men's light and dark
colored, SOFT WORKING SHIRTS,
regular 39c, -for
Store closed all dav "Tuesday, Memorial Day.
150 and 152 South Howard Street.
Our Aim Is to Please
And we know
Hot Blast Furnace
Will please you
Now is the season for Gasoline
Stoves. All kinds at .
The Jahant Co.
successors to mom 8 weDer. 166 s. Howard si.
Reception by the Post
Vaults and Locks Examined by a
Government Safe Expert.
Work on the new government
building: N being pushed rapidly (o
The wood work is piactically fin
ished. It is expected the marble
work and putting in of the glass and
hardware will be completed by the
end of next week.
John Young, superintendent of
construction, says the building will
be ready for occupation by June 15.
G. A. Flad of the treasury depart
ment at Washington, D.C., the safe
vault" and lock expert, was there to
day inspecting the vaults and locks.
He pronounced them in first class
condition. The pot office employes
will have a grand reception in the
new post office before they move in.
Sunday9 Il;y US
Cavier on To:it 01ive Sliced Tomato". HadNhe
Chicken a la Okra Consomme Pirnce1-"
Roiled Halibut a la Chambourd Potatoes HollendaNe
Boiled Capon Cream Sauce
Koa.t Young Turkey, Giblet Sauce Roast Prime Reef nil Jue
Roast Spring Laint), Mint Sauce
Fruit Sherbet Claret "Wine . Dry Catawba "Wine
Banana Fritters, wine Sauce
Bioiled Squash with Water Cre-e
Fillet of Beef, Larded Mushroom Sauce
Mayonnaise of Fresh Lobster
Mashed Potatoes New Beets New Potatoes in Cream
Green Peats Sweet Corn Onions in Cream
Charlotte Russe Strawberry Short Cake
Apple Pie Tutti Fruti Ice Cream Orange Meringue Pie
Mixed Kuts Assorted Cake Choice Fruits
Edam and American Chee-e Bent's Crackers
Tea Coifee Ice Tea Milk
Mrs. Adam Wagner, Mr-. Jess
Denials andMrs. John Brittain spent
Saturday with Mrs. Alvin Spiller of
West Cedar st.
Asocial was given in the parlors
of the First Presbyterian church
The closing dance of the seat-on
was given at Silver lake Friday even
ing by the Young Married People1-
Mr. ij. W. "Aunty" Brown is the
gupst of friends in Columbus.
Mrs. J. W. Parsons or Allegh eny,
Pa., is visiting friends in this citv.
H. W. Pratt of Cleveland visited
Akron people Friday.
Miss Grace Ketchline is home
from a month's visit at Mansfield.
I ' M. D.
Summer Shirt Waists
If you want something entirely new
shirt waists unlike the ordinary run-r-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 Avith colored
lawn or gingham bodies, theie are many with
handsomely hemstitched fronts, stitching
running lengthwise, bayedere or bias, some
are finished with fine tucking and hem
stitching, and a few with tucking and ruffles
of lace. There are beautiful waists here to
suit all tastes and purposes. Two extremely
John Holdstein, a Howard st. mer
chant, spent Friday visiting relatives
Colonel and. Mrs. D. W. Thomas,
of Baltimore, Md., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs,.,C. A. Barnes, 204 X.
C. F. Bates of Cleveland, who has
charge of the pleasure resorts owned
by the Akron Traction & Electric
Co.. A.. B. & C, and other roads in
which H. A. Everett, of Cleveland,
is interested, was in Akron Saturday.
i 'egS'J.,. Tel. 70. 170 S.
RoSirbaGher I ASIen
Come and see our Ice
Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers,-
Hose, etc. We are sell
in? the Monarch Bicycle at
$40. We are the pushers of
Paints, Oils, etc. and bicycle
OUR PRICES ARE THE INVEST ON
pr and airs-ts.
The Edison Beats Them All
AVHEN YOU OAN BUY
The Latest Edison Phonograph For
7.SO oradl op
The Columbia Graphaphone $5 and -F
The new EDISON just received. Come in
and hear them at
O. G. BROWNELL'S
Music Store, 20? East Mill street, Phone 1631
lummit Lake Park Theater
Sunday Matinee, ' May 28
TheAkron and A. B. &
C. R. R. Systems.
No. 309 E. rWTill S.
The Northern Ohio Traction Company
Organized $3,000,000 Capital.
At a meting of the directors of the
Akron Traction fc Electric company
and tiieAkron, Bedford & Cleveland
Railroad company in Cleveland Fi i
day the consolidation of the two sys
tems was practically consummated.
Th a new corporation will be known
as the Northern Ohio Traction com
pany. It will be capitalized at $3,
000.000. A special meeting of stock
holders is to be called in a few days
to ratify the action taken by the di
rectors. The officers of the consolidated
company will.be, H. A. Everett,
president: Will Christv. vice Dresi-
dent; J. R. Nutt, treasurer: C. S.
Mooie, secretary, and I. S. Beil
stein, general manager.
The new company will make many
improvements and extensions. A
line to Barberton is to be one of the
EVERY NIGHT DURING THE WEEK
THE LORENZES,.in their unique novelty, entitled "Cafeteria'" intro
ducing dancing and acrobatic comedy
NcINTYRE and. RICE, the popular comedy and burlesque duo
PEARL LEONARD, in the latest popular songs of the day.
Round trip, street car ride, including a reserved seat in the theater,
all for 15c. RAPID TRANSIT CARS. Buy tickets from conductors.
. BUY YOUR I
Today or Monday for Decor
ation Day. 10 per cent, oil"
of our usual low prices.
We Sell Cheap
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f lH l Hi life Gi. t
A ctx (!l Oasoline Stoves JL
DM l f Oil Stoves 5
tIr 1 7 Jsv 'j)J& n & m g&k
T 'j is-ss ice uream tree
Wire Screens, Screen Doors,
Mixed Paints, White Lead and Oil.
S. i G's Specials
For it eek ending Saturday, June 3.
IJd lbs Fancy Head Rice 2oc
2 bottles IXL Vanilla and 2 bottles
I lb good 30e Mixed Tea 23c
II bars Jas. ICirk's-.v Co.'s Satinet
1SJ., lbs tine Granulated Sugar f 1
20-lbs White 'A' Sugar tl
22 lbs Extra 'C Sugar $1
23 lbs Yellow Sugar $1
With abundance of fruit assured,
-ugar may be higher.
The problem of living and living
well is settled by judicious market
ing. You know you save money by buy
ing from us, but more, you get pure
S. fe. G's Brag Uncolored 50c Japan
Tea is a Criterion. Nothing finer in
S. ct G.'h uuifoim loastcofiees suit
the most fastidious.
Try S. k G.'s 2oc Mocha Ju a.
We will be closed all day Tuesday,
May .'!0th. Open Monday evening.
China & Japan Tea Store '
I6 S. Howard s.
Schumacher & Gammeter.
Electric Coffee Roasters and Grinders,
Next to Lnsknris Fruit Store.
I john aiie:im
AUD LATEST STYLES
Df SUMMER FOOTWEAR
Also a complete line of OXFORDS.
Handsome colors in TAHS. We only
handle good goods. Onr prices are
158 S. Main St.
Of the Memorial Day
Decoration of Graves In the Morning
Address at Park. .
Arrangements for Memorial day
exercises were completed by the G.
A. It. Friday night. ,
At 7:30 o'clock in the morning the
G. A. R., Women's Relief corps, La
dies' Aid society, Sons of Veterans,
Co. B, Eighth regiment, and Co. F,
Tenth regiment, will assemble at the
G. A. R. hall. They will march to
Glendale cemetary, where the usual
Memorial day exercises will take
place. The graves of soldiers will be
The Eighth Regiment band will
accompany the pupils of Kent school
to the East Akron cemetery, where
they will conduct exercises.
The band will then return to Glen
dalt cemetery and furnish music.
In the afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock the
Eighth Regiment band and Buckley
post, G.A.R., will march to Grace
park. The exercises will consist of mu
sic by the band7prayer by Rev. L. A.
Lindemuth, and an address by Judge
J. R. Johnston, of Youngstown.
Hon. Geo. W. Crouse will be presi
dent of the day. He will introduce
Should the weather be stormy the
exercises will be held in the Grand
The memorial committee request
as many as possible to attend the
Grand sacred concert, Duquesne
orchestra of Pittsburg, at Randolph
At the Gorge.
The Gorge will open on Decoiation
Day. The handsome new pavillion
will be in fine condition for dancing
and Sid Morey's orchestra of seven
pieces will furnish music. Mr.
Morey will also have charge of the
Commencing Sunday, June 4,, a
band of 15 pieces will discourse
sacred music at the Gorge.
E. L. Ailing of Akron, has obtain
ed the refreshment privileges.
Shoe Stores Will Close.
Through a misrepresentation of the
Clerks' union we will close our store
at 5:30 Monday evening, and not be
open as previously announced.
The Akron Shoe Co.
AlPboot and shoe stores will clos-e
at the usual hour Monday dight.
bHB-:,. " ,? IPS vie
We have just received f x
a )ar:e shipment of f
These are absolutely the rjv.
finest and cheapest in qw
the city. See them and p,
be convinced. $
Pouchot, Hunsicker & Co. 1
216-218 South Main st.
Hall's Block, 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 . . 15c
"Because I Can do Better There"
Said a careful business man, when asked why he invariably
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
You'll find that by leaving your order with us that you
have made a great saving. AVe guarantee the work and
material. If we can please all others we can please you.
Merchant Tailor 219 South Howard st.
Lamparter & Pfeiffer'b Block, opp. Cereal Mills.
'M-mWi&m mm WRw
j Greatest Variety, Lowest Prices,
Instructions and Dark Room Fret
Solio. Rex, EcliDse. 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-
lta.il. The only photographic stock
'house in the city.
j Geo., S. "Dales & Son,
228 S. Main St., Akron, O.
Made from the best and pnrest of
materials. Leave yonr orders for
FETE3, PARTIES and HOME USE.
Swnolesale and retail. All syrups
nsed for onr soda fountain made by
T, us from the fruit. A fine stock of
imported and domestic fruits always
S o-i hand.
t. 215 Mill St., Tel 1572.
HARRY A. HAWN, Manager.
w eu i3 Garden TooIsr
vMJ&Ji - W
JobnG.Engelhart. Win.F. Kcksrt J
Engelhart & Eckart
Plumrinva Steam and
1 lUinDeiS, Gus Kitting.
M.'rs, of the Engelhart Hot Wuter
:1 1 E. Mill st. Tel. " J
IM. LASKARIS CO.
Now- Read' For Business
Carload of DAITANA5 tfc
on the track PB.SS9
rr.R BUHCH, wholesale.
1 62 S. Howard St., Phone 289.
Grand sacred concert, Duquesne
orchestia of Pittsburg, at Randolph
Sunday, May 28
This popular resort will open for
the season -with the following excep
tionally fine company of vaudeville
FRANK ELY and
FIELDS and SALINA
15c Car Fare, Round Trip
Admission to grounds and seat in
theater. Buy tickets of conductors.
Entire change of company each
week. Matinee every tfay except
Monday. Two porformnticcs daily.
Ge'nuino Rubber Trimmed Buggy
Harness, made from best oak tanned
leather. ONLY $15.
No. 123 South Main street.
Ministerial Alliance Informs
People of the Law.
The Ministerial Alliance has ask
ed the Dkjiockat to print the fol
lowing section of the Revised Stat
utes of Ohio:
Section 7032a (Exhibiting theat
rical or dramatic performance on
Sunday.) Vhoever on the first day
of the week, commonly called Sun
day, participates in or exhibits to
the public with or without charge
for admittance, in any building,
room, ground, garden or other place
in this state, any theatrical or dra
matic performance of any kind or
description, or any equestrian or
circus performance of jugglers,
acrobats, rope dancing, spar
ring exhibitions, variety shows,
negro minstrelsy, living stat
uary, ballooning, or any base ball
playing, or any ten pins or other
games of similar kind or kinds, or
participates in keeping any low or
disorderly house or resort, or shall
sell, dispose of, or giveaway any ale,
beer, porter or spirituous liquors in
any buildings appendant or adjacent
thereto, where any such show, per
formance or exhibition is given, or
houses or places is kept, he or she
shall, on complaint made within 25
days thereafter, be fined in any sum
not exceeding one hundred dollars, or
be confined in the county jail not ex
ceeding six months, or both, at the
discretion of court. (1881 April 9;
7fi v 120.)
Grand sacred concert Duquesne
orchestra of Pittsburg, at Randolph
An Excellent Orchestra.
The celebrated DuQuesne orchestra
of Pittsburg, Pa., will make its first
appearance at Randolph park to
morrow, Sunday, May 28. A fine
sacred concert will be given,weather
permitting, from 2:30 to 6 "p.m. A
splendid program has been selected
lor the occasion and it will be one of
the musical events of the season.
MAGNIFICENT SHOW WIN
DOW Mr. Geo. Watt has again
demonstrated his ability as a win
dow trimmer. The large south win
dow of the Boston Store displays
great taste and the work of an artist.
The sceno represents a littlo girl en
tering the cemetery on the morning j
of May 30th, carrying a basket of
flowers, whilo inside tho enclosure
are the graves of the soldiers decor
ated with beautiful flowers. The-
background i a largo painting rep
resenting the Goddess of Liborty
mourning ovor tho graves of un
known soldiers. Everybody ho
caiOuako it convenient ought to see
this grand display.
We are getting in new goods every week.
I LATEST HIT II I LATEST STYLE
Place your order with us. Our specialty is to K11
please all otir friends and patrons. jffij
Mrs. F. Nelson, 624 S. Main st. i
Akron Security & Loan Company
Ls now prepared to make any kind of a loan on all kiuds of securi
ties at the very lowest rate and longest time.
It costs nothing for information regarding our plan for loaning
Inoney. All loans or applications for 1oans strictly confidential. It
will be to your advantage, if in need of money, to deal with a
reliable firm. Write or call 1522, and we will call with -money and
make loan at your home. All loans made the same day.
NATHAN M. BERK
FIRST DOOR FROM
r 193 South Howard Street
HILL ST., GROUND FLOOR.
Oo Vou Van-fc A
"Whv not buy if here where the assortment is largest anil
prices most reasonable. We guarantee every wheel sold.
1 ou will JukI here one of the most complete lines of
To he found in t he cit.
A full line of JUVENILE BICYCLES ju
repairing neatly anil promptly done.
137 South Main at., Phone 14-5 2.