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Hot Weather Goods are needful. The question
is where can ypu get the best values and variety? .
The most fashionable wah
goods for this season, in fine
and heaw cords 12Kc, 15c. 17c
The very best goods for shirt
waists, in small figures and
flowers 12Jc to 33c
Very fine qualities, several
our own importation 5c, 6c, 8c
Extra fine quality, the best
material for cool dresses and
shirt waists 20c to 29c
In plaids and stripes, the best
for children's wear lyc to 122C
28-in fast-color zephyrs ,
regular 12ic .for5c
30-in striped India
I nainsooks, regular
; loe for 10c
33-in fast color wool
challies, regular 50c
150 and 152 South Howard Street.
Our former 25
per cent dis
count sale was
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
so successful and satisfactory to our patrons that we have decided
to give another, Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. We will also
close outour 75c Sailors at 45c, and a nice line of
children's hats for 45c.
M. E. WOLCOTT CO.
122 S. Howard st. Over Reid's Shoe Store
Will Be 'Made In the Wages of Sec
tion Hands. .
The great scarcity in the number
of section hands is causing consider
able discussion in railroad circles.
Section hands are usually paid $1.2 5
a day, and with boarding at $4 a
week, men are not crowding forward
at a-very fast rate to accept jobs. At
present 40 men could find employ
ment on the local divisions.
The matter of increasing wages of
section men is now under advisement
with the officials of the Erie road,
who will no doubt' take the illative
step in remedying the difficulty by
advancing the price of common work
from $1.25 to $1.35 and $1.60 a day.
The new scale may go into effect in
the near future. .
- Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application's, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion ot the ear. There Is
only one way to cure deafne.nnd that Is by
constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused
by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube
cets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely
closed deafness'is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out nnd this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, i hlch is nothlnf
but an Inflamed condition of the mucous
We will gle One Hundred Dollar&forany
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh ure.. Send
for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, d.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Tinjiek To Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Tinmer, 17G Iiods st., Monday, May
29, a daughter.
Laubach To Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
F. Laubach, 913 East Market st.,
Wednesday, May 31, a daugnter.
Thebest of all Pills are Beecham's.
Lowest prices ever offered.
We Sell Cheap
S & G's Pointers.
Tea for the thousands, not only
'fluer taste but pocketbooks
considered. This week we
offer a sound TEA for S 3c.
Auto duty bought tea.
I64S. t-lo-vutai-ci St.
f John G. Engelhart. "Wm. F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
I Plumbers, KySH
i Mfrs.of the Engelhart Hot "Water
$ 311 E. Mill st. Tel. 45
The Swell Shoe
FOR YOUNG MEN. OUR
SHOE, made in all leather, tan or black, on
up-to-date lasts. We show the most complete
line of MEN'S SHOES in the citv.
E. C. WILDES,
113 East Mill Street,
Under Akron Savings Bank.
In the Different Precincts
of the County.
j H 1 1
I Hammocks I
Monday, June 5, via. P. & W. RY
-Only S.OO Round Trip...
Train leaves Union Depot 7 a.m., returninr leaves New Castle
Tjp.iru Be sure and go, you will have a good time. New Castle
streefjfair. Largest dancing pa vill ion in Pennsylvania at Cascade
Report of Deaths and Births During
Fiscal Year. .
The assessors for eight of the dif
ferent townships have filed the re-
1 ports of the quadrennial enumera
They return the names of all males
21 years or over in the township.
The report is filed with the County
Clerk. The different precincts re
turned and the number of voters is as
Green, 311; E. Liberty, 171; N.
Coventry, 451; E. Portage, 4S0; Cop
ley, 341; Boston, 300; Bath, 230;
Deaths and births during the last
fiscal year have been reported to the
Probate court as follows :
Springfield, 18; males 8; females 10.
Norton, West, 15; males 7; females
Norton, East, 7; males 5; lemales2.
Tallmadge, 14; males 5; females 9.
Northfleld, 17; males 13; females 4
"Northampton, 10; males 4; females
Franklin, 5; males 1; females 4.
Clinton, 8; males 2; females 6.
Stow, 1ft; males 3; females 7.
Portage, "West, (5; males 3; females
Richfield, 14; males 7; females 7.
Twinsburg, 12; males 8; females 4
Portage,East, 28; males 15; females
Boston, 11; males 8; females 3.
Green, 6; males 3; females 3.
Bath, 7; males 5; females 2.
E. Liberty, 2; males 1; females 1.
Coventry, North, 6; males 3; fe
Copley, 19; males 10; females 9.
Springfield, 29; males 19; females
Norton, 30; males 13; females 17.
Norton, East, 65; males 35; females
Tallmadge, 22; males 9; females 13.
Northfield, 7; males 3: females 4.
Northampton, 16; males 9; females
Franklin, 12; males 2; females 10.
Clinton, 14; males 9; females 5.
Stow, 12; males 7; females 5.
Portage, 37; males 23; females 14.
RIchfield, 9; males 2; females?.
Twinsburgl8;males 4; females A. r
Portage, E., 44; males 27; females
Boston, 21; males 9; females 12.
Green, 6; males 1; females 5.
Bath, 27; males 15; females 12.
E. Liberty, 10; males 2; females 8.
Coventry, North, 31; males-19; fe
Copley, 21 ; males 17; females 4.
Commissioners Again Take Action On
The City Confmissioners evidenced
their determination Thursday to fix
the tax levy for the city. A resolu
tion was passed making the, levy for
the different funds as follows: Gen
eral, ; Street, 1.25 mills: Fire,
2.90; Light, 1.60; Police, .80; Libra
ry, .40; Sanitary, .10; Park, 15; Poor,
.35. The amount for general purposes
has not been determined.
Vs will make tlii- uggclon:
HONORABLE IX ALL ITS DEALINGS.
ALWAYS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE ITS
OUR method of transacting business has
been before the people of this community
for many years, and Is Indorsed by the
best people of Akron and Summit Co.
WE have earned the good opinion of the
public by reason of our having carried out
nt all times all promises made the public
through the Democrat.
WHEN WE SAY We will loan you more
money than any other
company win on ine same
security WE MEAN IT.
WHEN WE SAY' We will enter into a con
tract which will allow you
two years' time, if neces
sary, to pay us t.
WHEN WE SAY' We will nllow you addi
tional time in case of nils
fortue WE MEAN IT.
WHEN WE SAY We will notrecord at the
ponrt house mortffaces
given us from responsible
parrtes-WE MEAN IT.
WHEN WE SAY That all our transactions
nre private and conflden-
WHEN WE SAY' We can save you from SI
to 10 on the cost of a loan
WE MEAN IT.
WHEN WE SAY' Y'ou can have money
within one hour's notice.
If necessary WE MEAN
WE will make loans from5 to $1,000 on
Watches, Diamonds, Household .Goods,
Pianos, Organs. Horses, Wagons, Carriages,
Store and Office Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks. Bonds. Jewelrv. Bulldlnc Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies. Rents, Con
tracts. WITHOUT ANY I'UiSLlUlJ. X
WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
Nathan INI. Berk,
193 South Howard St.,
1T3 S. Howard St.
Too busy to write
We sell .
if- tf m
No. 191 A South Howard st.
Serves the best Java and Mocca -
Coffee with cream for S 5
Also a full stock of Imported and Domestic
Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
'Sam C- Ahitelaw
Officers Broke a Door of
Three Women Brought to the Police
Akron's mastodon policeman, Eu
gene Murray, with the assistance of
Officers McAllister and Nicholas,
raided the Sheffield block on Mill st.
about 1 :30 Thursday morning.
Officer Murray broke in the panel
of a door and found three couples in
one room. A number of -others
escaped. Dan Moore, May "Witmer,
Emma Carter, May Edwards, Na
than G. Dixon and Sam Slavey were
corralled and taken to the police
station. Nathan G. Dixon and May
Edwards were released on $75 bond.
All except May Edwards were
present in police court Thursday
morning and pleaded guilty to lewd
conduct. Mayor Young fined each
$10 and costs. May Edwards was
sick and her case will be heard Fri
Emma Carter is a pretty brunette
and attracts much attention on the
Continuous complaint has been
made about the Sheffield block, and
the police are determined to rid it of
James McCoy was arrested last
evening by Officer Murray for beg
ging. He asked for money in E.
Steinbacher's and John Lamparjer &
Co.'s drug stores. He was given 30
minutes to shake the dust of Akron
from his feet. Detective Dunn says
McCoy is a professional bum.
Thos. Tobin, drunk, $2 and costs
He skipped away from the street
gang last week under "Father" Tay
lor. Mayor Young gave him a lec
ture. Tobin will be sent to the work
house if he appears in police court
inside of six months.
Has Caused a Delay In the Nego
tiations. Byron W. Robinson returned from
New York city Thursday morning,
where lie had been in conference
with the sewer pipe men for two
When asked as to the chances of
the big Federal Sewer Pipe com
pany going through ho said
he thought they were favorable,
but that he didn't know whether
or not it would be perfected. The
other sewer pipe meinreniain in New
Dissatisfaction among tl stock
holders is said to be the only draw
back. It may also be that a fight is
Will Give Matinees at Fountain
The Akron Driving association was
formed "Wednesday evening.
E. M. Gauyard was elected presi
dent andChas. J. Hazen, secretary.
A matinee will be held every Fri
day at Fountain park.
Mr. Ganyard has purchased a
three-year-old filly, nanujd Grace
Slope. She is level-headed, kind,
and has a good natural trotting gait.
She has had no training and was
only broken inliist fall.
Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber of Commerce will
meet Friday evening. This will be
the last meeting until September.
Another secret session of the Board
of Education investigating commit
tee was held Wednesday evening.
several witnesses were examined.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is not a
common every day cough mixture.
It is a marvelous remedy for all the
troublesome and dangerous compli
cations resulting irom a cold in the
head, throat, chest or lirngs. Sold
Climax steel ranges they are all right.
The Jahant Co., 166 S. Howard st.
Number Have Been
Sent From Akron. '
Excellent Work of the Local Office
Merely reading daily notices of one
or two men being sent from the local
"U. S. recruiting bffice to regular
army stations, the public is not apt
to realize the real extent of the work
being done there, under the excellent
administration of the recruiting of
ficer, Kay Turner, but whenone real
izes that since March 10, recruits to
the number of 102 have been ac
cepted from this office, a much bet
ter view of the matter will be taken.
Recently, Captain Tillson, of Cleve
land, paid to the local oflicea high
compliment regarding the. number
and physique of the recruits sent
from here. About 75 per cent of the
whole number of recruits sent from-
Akron has been Accepted.
Men sent from here are located at
the following places: Camp Meade,
Middloton, Pa.; Fort Riley, Kan.;
Fort Presidio, Cal.; Fort Adams,
Rhode Island; some witli the 2nd
artillery in Cuba, and others, in tho
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 day except
Monday. Two performances daily.
on for supremacy in
!f Atlantic Garden JS
w ..European Restaurant..
(& 200-202 E. Market st'.
Refreshments of all kinds. Tie
celebrate! Annenser Bnscn Beer
always on draa?nt. Meals at all
hours at reasonable prices.
Give us a call
We will please yon.
DETTLING BROS., Prop's.
With Arrest For Cruelty to Animals
With a team of horses attached to
a scoop-shovel, men are engaged in
stripping the soil off a new section
of the sand bank on the property of
E. F. Pfleuger, corner of Mill and
Summit streets. The horses- are
driven down the almost perpindicu-
lar bank, caused by previous excava
tions of sand. The height of the
bank is about 15 feet, making it
dangerous to drive horses down the
descent. Thursdciy morning one Of
animals fell and rolled to the bot
tom of the bank but escaped injury.
The workmen, however, were given
notice that if more care was not ex
ercised in handling the horses they
were liable to arrest for cruelty to
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTi;i)-To clr !. A'lllirhi! mid
competent girl for Kvnenil liouso work.
Inferences required. Unqnlre nt 301 Kent
St., Hlxth iircl. M-33
J. D. KASSINGER having
Ey route and steamers,
his well known ability will guaran
tee safe and rapid transit. Make
your dates for picnics, evening par
ties ana lisii try excursions with Mr.
Kassinger or S. N. Wilson.- Daiiv
runs on and after June 10. Tel. 27-i.
Phone 289 for Good Ice Cream.
We have a
FRENCH CANDY MAKER &
MAKER OF ICE CREAM
And our cream is second to none.
New quarters, everything new.
See our California Cherries.
IM. LasKaris Co.
162 S. Howard s-fc.
Qeri Opora House
Wir-nuR F. Sticki-k, Mgr.
Thursday evenimr. Juno fi. .Tnlm I.
Sullivan, 'prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 1.
Mr. Gale S. Nice left Wednesday
afternoon for Cambridge, Mass., to
accept a position at Harvard Uni
Eighteen teachers of the Kent
school will take- supper at the Bar
berton Inn this evening.
The Sappho club, to the number of
40, will have a dinner party at the
Barberton Inn Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Kohler
are at the Great Southern hotel in
A. F. Sloneker, of Wooster, is
visiting friends in tho city.
The marriage of Jno. Dines jtof
Independence to Miss Fannie Savo
cool of Hudson, took placo
at the homo of the bride'f
uncle, Mr. C. A. Savocool of 203
Hell st., Wednesday afternoon, Rev.
H. C. Caywood officiating. Thoy
will take up thoir residence" at. Inde
pendence. Frank A. Werner left. Thursday
evening for Italy. After making a
short tour of tho country, he will
continue tho pursuit of art. Ho will
spend some time with the master
artists at Rome.
WANTED Boy for steady posi
tion who has had some experience in
a machine shop. State age and ex
perience. Address "Machine Shop,"
care of this office.
BUKJNJKD out An armature in
one of the cars on the Akron & Cuy
ahoga Falls Rapid Transit Co.'s line
was burned out by lightning during
the storm Thursday forenoon. These
armatures cost about $S0 each.
MENT A large crowd attended the
phonograph entertainment given in
St. Bernard's school Wednesday
evening. The receipts will go to the
building fund of the proposed new
LECTURE ON AFRICA Julius
Lane who has traveled extensively,
delivered a lecture at the Woodland
M. JS. church, Wednesday evening
on his trip through Africa.
ERIE OFFICIALS DENY IT It
is vigorously denied by Erie officials
that a line will be built -from Cleve
land to Marion, in order to compete
for the Cincinnati business.
FUNERAL Patrick Bohui's fun
eral will'be held Friday at 9 o'clock
at St. Mary's church.
PIANO RECITAL The nunils of
Miss Ella Bigelow gave a piano re
cital Wednesday evening at the First
Congregational " church.. It was
ASSAULT CHARGED Frank
Geheran, 809 South Broadway, was
arrested Thursday afternoon on a
warrant sworn to by Miss Laura Gil
bert, 312 Second av., Sixth ward,
charging him with assaulting her
ELECTED SECRETARY Mrs.
A. H. Clark of this city was elected
corresponding secretary of the Sun
dayscHool association at the Univer
salist convention in Summit Station
Wednesday. Rev. Miss M. A. Bortle
BANQUET The Bethany C. E.
Reading circle enjoyed a banquet at
Stow CornerWednesday evening.
RECEPTION Rev. Charles E.
Keller of Trinity Lutheran church
was tendered a reception by the con
gregation Wednesday evining. He
was presented with a traveling case.
He leaves soon for Europe.
TESTIMONY HEARD The tes
timony in the case of Gilling vs.
Bowman, was heard in Justice P. H.
Hoffman's court, Thursday forenoon.
The decision of the court will be
given Thursday evening.
IRON GUAUDS The Commis
sioners have ordered iron guards
placed across all catch basins.
John Young, superintendent of con
struction of the'Akron postofflce, has
asked the City Commissioners to
have the sidewalks and pavement
around the building repaired.
In treating children for coughs,
colds, croup or whooping cough, it is
expedient to have a medicine that is
pleasant to take. Children like
Chamberlain's Coggh Remedy. It
always cures too. For sale by all
McLubberty Owld Uncle Moiko
Dnffy is out ov his uioind intoirelyi
Mrs. McLubberty Phot makes yez
McLubberty Phwoy, he's been nfth
er niakin his will an l'avin iveryt'ing
lie s ogt in dtia worruid to u:s heirs,
not kapin back for bimsilf as jinch as a
quarter's wort' av anyt'ing. T'ink av
ut, l'avin bimsilf pinniless at his sge,
in case he Bhonld doie 1 Harper's Bazar.
"Now, how do you stand on this
question?" asked the man who had in
dulged in a long dissertation.
"Exactly as I stood years ago, when
it first came ap," answered Senator
Sorghum. "It'sbeen so long that I for
get jnst exactly how I stood, but I
haven't changed my mind n bit, sir
not a bit." Washington Star.
Dague Bros. & Co. 1
I ..Remarkable Silk Selling., fi
g Our first dtiy's sale was a record breaker, notwith- fpj
$3 standing a constant rain nearly the entire day, yet the sale Q(
M went right on, and hundreds upon hundreds of yards were ESS)
jp disposed of. Every day will find an increased interest in $i
sjn the sale, and the crowds will become greater, and no won- ty
IM der, for we are selling ircs
1 Spiendid Colored Silks M
1 at 39c, at 49c, at 59c, at 63c, at 69c, at 7Sc m
m ' ' m
M) And black silks are also in the sale at 49c and upwards, psa
M This one week's silk selling Avill find more silks in the ml
jj houses of Akron and vicinirjtlian has ever gone there in
M the same length of time heretofore. We advise morning W,
82 purchasing as far as possible, the crowds are greater in the g(8
M afternoon. gm
Dague Bros. & Co.
-. Gasoline Stoves
Puritan Oil Stoves
NATURAL GAS STOVES
May & Fiebeger
Geo. J. Renner's
Lager Beer B
I All Orders by the Barrel or in Tj M OA Akron,
f Bottles promptly attended to . . -1 tl. n V O V Ohio.
Summit Lake Park Theater
Sunday Matinee, May 28
EVERY NIGHT DURING THE WEEK
THE LORENZES, in their unique novelty, entitled "Cafeteria" intro
ducinp dancing and acrobatic comedy
McINTYRE and RICE, the popular comedy and burlesque duo
PEARL LEONARD, in the latest popular songs of the day.
Bound trip, street car ride, including a reserved seat in the theater,
all for 15c. RAPID TRANSIT CARS. Buy tickets from conductors.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ON
Aali Paper strid Paints..
Danforth & Saunders,
Telephone 396. No. 309 E. Mill St
Summer Shirt Waists
If you want 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 gingtfams 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
handsomelj' 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 fcistes and purposes. Two extremely
M. D. BR0USE, Agi,
Some of the cod lines nsed in tho fish
ing industry measnre 7,000 fathoms
long, or abont eight ordinary mile,
having 4,080 hooks, tho whole :osting.
In some casei. i"2U0 or 800.
Within a mile from Congleton, Eng
land, on tho high road from Macclesfield,
there is a deserted village consisting of
ovur 00 honses. not one of which ia
LO.O.F. Temple, K-
Rohrhacher & Allen
Come and see our Ice
Cream Freezers, Lawn Mow
ers, Hose, etc. We are sell
ing the Monarch Bicycle at
$40. We "are the pushers off
Paints, Oils, etc. and bicycle
170 S. Howard st