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ORDAINED.
Rev. George P. Atwater
Raised to Priesthood.
"
lie Seoiiws ol lie Weoitier
siesis His Met.
Madras Shirts, Summer Underwear,
Washable Neckwear,
Fancy Hosiery, Leather Belts.
J 1 1 1 ..,tiiiminiimHiam!UIHI'
A. K. Davis Co.
Ell
1 Ladies' ask to see the latest production
4 Enamel Kid Boots and Oxfords
4 Guaranteed not to break &Q
4 Price ,
lie Bros,
Order Issued by Preside-nt's Di
rection Today.
i The Akron Shoe Co., 132 South Main Street.
There has never been a season when there was
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TO BE TEX SEW REGIMENTS.
such a demand for
&Co.
l)d&
Crowds
Flock to our Wash Goods
Counters daily, availing
themselves of this oppor
tunity of buviner the best
grades of Wash Goods ever
placed on Dry Gooda
Counters, at prices less
than manufacturers' ask.
6c
The greatest line of colors in a.
wash goods cloth you ever saw.
If you want a street dress, wrap
per or fancy shirt waist this cloth
is what to buy. Regular price
was loc.
So
This price sounds "absurd." "We
would be loosius money to offer
goods like these early in the
season, but clearing up time
prices drop. All colors of blues
and pinks at this price is a fine
thin material.
Light dimities in neat
figures, you have seen
everywhere at 15c.
small
them
mo
Dark dimities in blues, blacks,
etc., figured in the most beautiful
effects, all fast colors, will help
to keep you cool these hot days.
7o
"Diamond percales," 3G inches
wide, over 2,000 yards are on dis- ,
ulav today, any color or figure
you can think ot, regular I2gc.
gJF We invite you to look over
our wasn goods stocic in our large
daylight and well ventilated
store."
150-152 South Howard St.
S. & G's POINTERS
Do you know that 4.ljc Is very low
for a' good rice. Cheap enouph for '
ublcheu fed, 01b. for 25c.
Think of ii rock! drawing Japan
Tea for 3)c. That's what we am
offering this week.
China & Japan Tea Store
Tel.
ie s. Ho
ward st.
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John G. Engelhart. Wa F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
Plumbers, gSSSSk.
Mfrs. of the Engelhart Hot Water
Generator.
311 E. Mill st. Tel. 46 5
W-AAtrtflASVSWSAAAJSA'-
Jacob Wolf, whose iabt known place of
residence to at Saginaw, in the State of
Michigan, will take notice that on the 6th
day of July. 1899, John Wolf, executor of the
Iabt will of Eva Wolf, deceased, filed his
petition in the Probate court of Summit
county. Ohio, praying for the allowance of
his individual claim against the estate of
snfd decedent, in the sum or SS33.00, for
boarding, curing for and maintaining her
from Dec. 12, lsflo, to March 28, 1S9P, at the
rate of $5.00 per w eek.
Said petition will be for hearing In said
Probate court, on the 10th dav of August.
1S93, at 10 o'clockaan.
JXO. WOLF.
Executor as aforesaid.
Dated July 6, 1SP9.
July 913 20
The Edson Fish Market has moved
to 126 N. Howard st. Same telephone
No. 258.
3$S"$4S&S8'S$S$
Legal Notice.
Ladies' Oxfords at 9Tc, $1.25, $1.50
In endless varieties. Ask for the Brown South Tie. They
will not slip at the heel. Price $2.50 and cheap at that.
The Akron Shoe
S$S44-SSS3S
Buckeye
For instance, why pay 10 for a suit, shelf worn.for years, when we can sell you BRAND .NEW GOODS for less
money, direct from factory of Davidovitch, Goodman & Co., Cleveland. Remember the Buckeye aro the originators
iu giving to the people of Akron and Summit county BIG BARGAINS, which the people must have appreciated.
It will pay 3'ou to come 20 miles to the Buckeye to save -10 on every dollar. The more, you buy the more you save.
Remember the great sale will continue until' the last garment of the $25,000 stock is disposed of. Our discount on
this great purchase was $10,000.
We are dividing this discount with the people of Akron and Summit county, who come to the Buckeye and
buy during this sale. Do not listen to fakirs, but pass them and come to the Buckeye. No such great Clothing Sale
of New Goods ever occurred heretofore, and probably never will again in Akron. Do not miss this sale. It is to your
interest to benefit by it. WE ALSO CALL THE ATTENTION OF PARENTS, INVITING THEM TO BRING THEIR
BOYS from three to nineteen years of age, buy them a new suit for little money and SSsa-vo -O Oer&'fcs
on Every Dollar.
Buckeye Special
Services at Episcopal Church of Our
Savior Thursday.
Rev. George P. Atwater, pastor of
the Episcopal Church of Our Savior,
was ordained to the priesthood
Thursday morning. Services were
from 10:30 to 12:30, and were well at
tended. Rev. Atwater has been serving his
deaconate as minister in charged of
the church since June, 189S.
The ordination services were con
ducted by the Right Rev. "W. A.
Leonard D.D. of Cleveland, bishop of
Ohio. Bishop Leonard also preached
the sermon. The services were par
ticipated in by Revs. D. F. Davies
D.D. of Gambier; J. H. Blake, Ak
ron; Dean "Watson, Cleveland;
Robert Kell, Cuyahoga Falls; E. It.
Kemp, Medina;- F. F. "Williams,
Tiffin ; and T. C. Hathaway of Cleve
land. The order of the service was as fol
lows: Processional hymn, "The
Church's One Foundation;" preface
to the ordinal; oath of conformity by
the candidate; hymn, "Ye Christian
Heralds;" sermon. Bishop Leonard;
hymn, "Lord of the Living Har
vest;" presentation of the candidate,
by Rev. D. F. Davies, D.D. ; respon
sive reading of the Litiny, by the
bishop and congregation; introit
hymn,"Come Thou Almighty King;"
administering the office of the Holy
Communion; -examination of the
candidate; silent supplication; Veni,
Creator Spiritus;pra3er; ordination;
Nlcene creed ; offering, for the joint
Education committee; holy com
munion; recessional hymn, "Jerusa
lem, the Golden."
Hunt the world over and ycu can
not find a better remedy for bowel
complaints than Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In
fact people from all over the world
send to America for this, medicine.
For sale by all druggists.
No complaints about the "Detroit."
Hoy is that for a record.
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
Made to Manner of in
troducing Text Books.
Janitors For Public School Buildings
Employed Board Meeting.
W. B. Slabaugh raised an objection
at the Board of Education last night
in reference to the manner ia which
textbooks are purchased. He baid
agents of the various concerns were
constantly visiting members. He
thought the principals should file
their requisitions with Prof.
Thomas and have him bring them
before the Board. Then the Board
would know just what was required.
Janitors Reemployed.
Janitors employed for next year
are: High, Frank P. Bissou, $1,225;
Spicer, Bobert S.Quine,?l,0S0;Kent,
J. F. "Whittlesy, $1,080; Crosby, "W.
C. Moskins, $'Jo0; Howe, Unas, tx
Talcott, $900; Allen, Geo. Einker
$900; Henry, Chas. K. Irvin, $950;
Grace, H. J. Frost. $600; Leggett,
unas. v. waite, ?ouu; 1'erKins, w.
A. Fellerbaum, $7S0; Bryan, Frank
lin Bennett, $540; Bowen, "W". E.
Wilcox, $540.
The Teachers.
The resignation of HauuaE. Watt,
a teacher in the Howe school, was
accepted. She will enter College in
the fall.
Mary Walsh, a graduate of the
Cleveland High school, who has had
a "University training and spent last
year in the Normal school here, was
employed to do Primary work.
Truant Officer.
Charles Watson was re-elected
truant officer at a salary of $700.
Contract Awarded.
The Burger Iron Co. was awarded
a contract to build an iron fence
around the Bryan schoel. A number
ot minor improvements and repairs
will be made at the various buildings
before school opens.
When dizzy or drowsy take Beeciiaji's
Pills.
We sell Climax Stoves and Ranges.
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
3
Co.,
132
South Main street
Special
1(38 S. Main
Akron, O.
Hatters
Shirt Tailors
AKR0N.O
Special
Sale
Bicycles
Our 25 wheels for
$18.75, all others in
proportion.
j Foster Bros.
j We Sell Cheap I
Taxes ? Due
IF- YOU P1ND
YOURSELF SHORT
AE A-!I LOAN
YOU ON TERMS
1- M AT IAS 1 1-1
SUIT YOU.
MWK will muko Icmnj. frimi to $1,000 on
Watches, Diamonds, Household Goodh,
Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons, Carriages,
Store and Office Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies, Rents, Con
tracts. WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY
WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
rVj-fchEn IVI. Berk,
193 South Howard St.,
Ground
Floor.
Loans made the samelday.
Phone I5Z2 anil 812.
Open evenings.
LOCAL MARKETS.
WHEAT 69 CENTS.
.Retail Prices.
July G, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
23c, country 18 to 20c, cooking 10c
lard 10c; eggs 16c; chickens, 15c per
lb. dressed
Corn, ear 25c per bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 35c; hay 55c
to G5c a hundred; straw 35c n
hundred.
Potatoes GOc per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
lettuce 12c.
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 5c piece.
Colery 5c u bunch.
Wax Beans 15c a measure.
Tomatoes, home grown 15c per lb.
New beets, 4c, 3 for 10c.
Summer squash, 10c to 15c a piece.
New potatoes, 25c a peck.
Peas, 124o a measure.
Raspberries, 10c qt. or 3 for 25c.
Gooseberries, 8 to 10c qt.
Home grown cabbage, 8c head.
Wholesale Prices.
Wheat GOc; oats 29c to 30c; com,
ear, lOc; corn, shelled, 38,0; hay,
$8.50 to $11 ; rye, 58c.
Butter, creamery, 19c; country 12 to
15c; lard, G to Gc; eggs, 13c;
chickens, live 9c, dressed 12c.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.G5.
Potatoes, 40c a bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1, S4 No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 7c, No. 2 6c, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No. 2, OJc;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. I, 4c; sheep pelts,lamb skins,
90c:
Pork, dressed, 1 to 6c, live $3.50 to
$3.75; beef, dressed, 7c to 8Jc, live
4c to 6c; mutton, live. 4)c to 5c;
dressed, 9c to 10J(c; spring lamb,
11 to 12c; pork, loins, 8c; veal, live
5c to G, dressed, 9J;c
u,Ti r3. ni:r....:n i, .. ' t
Sugar-cured ham,
1 1 ii iai i i -
K ftfv S f w'' dked
beef, 10 to 18o; lard, sunon pure,
6tcintub;Gc in tiorces; country
Kettlo oc; pure lard, 6o.
All about the great 40 per cent.
black clays,
The
Fan1
Security
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Buckeye Clothing
835 3oj-cE- Howard st:., 0pp. Snook's Ground Floor Gallery.
Look for the Buck on top of our building and you cannot miss the place.
P. s.
INSPECTING
Auto-Patrol
Wagon May
In Akron.
be Used
Mechanical Engineer Loomis and
City Commissioner Paige, are in
Pittsburg today looking at models of
auto-patrol wagons. The Commis
sioners are considering the advisa
bilitv of purchasing one for use in
thiscitv. The cost is from $800 to
$1000. ' .
Everything that is used in culinary
department can be found at
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
LAST LINKS.
CHANGED THE DATE Court
Pride, I. O. F. picnic will be held
July 15, instead of July 10.
IMMENSE PICNIC The Knights
of the Golden Eagle of Niles are pic
nicking at Silver lake today. The
picnic is made up of people of the
Mahoning valley. There are 32 car
loads of people presen t.
VISITED AKRON A dozen mem
bers of the National Ceramic asso
ciation came to Akron Thursday
from Cleveland to visit the clay
working establishments.
NINE VETERANS WENT
Nine members of Company B went
to Eafet Liverpool, Thursday morn
ing to be in attendance upon the re
union of the Eighth regiment. They
left on the 0:05 train on the C.A.&C.
DIED IN BOSTON Mrs. Emma
McNeil Angier, only daughter of the
late Gen. George McNeil of Akron,
died at her home in Boston, Mass.,
June 29, of heart disease. She leaves
a husband and three sons, George,
Edward and Roswell.
IRON RAILING The Commis
sioners have ordered an iron railing
placed along the retaining wall on
Bowery st.
Fl'NERAL NOTICE The funer
al of Mrs. Nancy Hilton will bo hold
Friday at I o'clock at the house.
WHEEL GIVEN AWAY. A bi
cyckTwill be given away at Barney
McDerinott's tonight. The ticket
will be drawn at 0:30 o'clock. The
holder must be present to get the
wheel.
TROLLEY PARTY A Cleveland
trolly party in Akron Thursday was
composed of Mrs. M. Barker, Miss
Ellen Sirmgers, Mrs. S. A. Denham
nier, Miss Kate Beckinbach, Mrs.
Henry Beckinbach, Miss Mary Luck,
Mrs. Azmus Clevetown and Mr. O.
Weber. The party stopped at the
Buchtel.
Barn Burned.
Charles Craighs' barn at Krumroy
burned Wednesday. Two horses and
a wagon were destroyed. Loss
$3,000.
The Edson Fish Market has moved
to 126 N. Howard st. Same telephone
No. 25S.
Card ot Thanks.
I wish to express my thanks to
Camp 4334 of the Modern Woodmen
of America for their prompt pay
mentof life insurance of my husband,
Max J. Fink. I was never a believer
in insurance companies, but now wish
to recommend this lodge to all who
are interested in life insurance. Re
spectfully. Mks. Rosia Fink.
Walter Jackson, colored, aged
died Wednesday of heart failure.
23,
To Furnish Gomez a Home.
Havana, July 0. Thirty-two district
clubs of the Cuban National party held
meetings and decided to oppose even
the temporary withdrawal of General
Maximo Gomez from the island. A com
mission has been appointed to visit all
parts of Cuba and to collect subscrip
tions to a fund for building Gomez a
home aud iurnisliing him with money
iiiough for the rest of his life.
31arblt:hc:ul lleavlietl Talcaliunno.
Santiago va Chile, July G. The
United States crniser Marblehrxd. on
her way to the Pacific .station, arrived
at Talcahuauo.
Best assortment of
's Strap
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In the
if The Akron Shoe Co.,
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Discount Clothing Sale at
worsteds, cheviots, etc., in
HUSH RSONEY
Alleged to Have Been
Paid to Game Warden.
Constable Howe of Hawkins Files
Charge of Embezzlement.
Constable E. B. Howe of Hawkins
called on Chief Harrison lato Thurs
day afternoon to get assistance in
placing Game Warden Chas. M.
Oberlin under arrest on the charge of
embezzlement. It is claimed that
Oberlin refused to accompany the
constable after the warrant had been
read to him.
It is alleged that on Dec. 2G, 189S,
Frank and Ed Werner shot quail out
of season near Hawkins' Station.
Constable Howe thought it was the
Game Warden's business to prose
cute them and gave hiin the facts in
the case.
The young men were not arrested.
Now comes Howe and alleges that
Oberlin got $20 from each of the
young men to hush the matter.
Hence the embezzlement charge.
MADAME DREYFUS WEPT.
Murli litreol After a Visit to Her
liuibautl.
Rexnes, Franco, July G. Madame
Dreyfus, Matthieu Dreytus, his brother,
and Maitro Labori, his counsel, visited
Captain Dreyfas. Trouble was ex
pected to occur on the national fete day
when a review of the garrison will be
held. The auti-Dreyfusites, it was
feared, wotdd attempt to draw the
troops into a demonstration.
Madame Dreyfns, accompanied by
her parents, drove to the prison in a
carriage. Her parents were not admit
ted, bnt she remained with her husband
an hour. On leaving she showed, for
the first time, signs of distress. Her
eyes were swollen and red, as though
(-lie had been weeping bitterly. She was
in deep mourning, and, it was said, was
determined to remain o until her hus
band regained his lilerty.
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Impossible to Manufacture a
Better Remedy.
Ohio People Make Good Witnesses of the
Success it nas Achieved.
There can be nothing better for
backache, nervousness, sleeplessness
and all ailments arising from kidney
disorders than Morrow's Kid-ne-oids.
It is impossible to manufacture a
better kidney remedy. Kid-ne-oids
contain the very best ingredients
that are good for ailments .arising
from the kidneys. The vast number
of people in this city who have testi
fied to the merits of Kid-ne-oids is
sufficient proof that none of our
claims are false.
Mr. J. Herkowitz, north side of the
public square, Bucyrus, O., says: "I
have been afflicted with kidney
trouble for a number of years, also
severe backache and nervousness.
Tried several kinds of kidney cures
and pills, without obtaining relief. I
procured a package of Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
and in three days after I was
greatly relieved. Continued to use
Kid-ne-oids and was entirely relieved
of all my complaints."
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yellow tablets and sell at 50 cts.
a box at all drug stores and at John
Lamparter & Co's drug store.
Mailed on receipt of price. Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co.,
chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
OUR OLD STOCK OF FRUITS
Are all sold.
WE HAVE A LARGE ITEW STOCK HEW
FRUITS ARRIVING DAILY.
WE USE SFRIHG WATER FOR 0OR SODA
AND LEMONADE.
OUR ICE CREAM IS THE BEST IN THE CITT.
STOP IN AND TRY IT.
IM. Laskaris Co.
Phone 280. 1G2 S. Howard st.
city at-
132 South Mam Street.
PRICES ARE VERY LOW NOW.
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the Buckeye. Wonderful July bargains in blue serges,
Men's Boy's and Children's Clothing.
Men's blue serge suits worth 12.00
Men's black clay worsted suits worth 15. . . .
A nice business suit worth 7.00
Boys' suits, from 14 to 19 years of age, worth 5
Children's suits, worth 2.00
And an immense stock of other values which lack of space
Great Bargains and you will be
$I.OO
Each State to Have a Captain ami rir-t
iieuteuant Major Itiec, an Oflicer of
the Regular Army, Appointed Colonel
of the Twenlj -sixth Iteglment.
Wasiu.notox, July 6. The order di
recting the enlistment of teu new regi
ments of volunteer infantry was issued
today. The order was drafted after a
coufereme yesterday afternoon between
the president aud Adjutant General
Corbiu, and directs the recruiting offi
cers to enlist meu under the law passed
March 2, 1809. These regiments are to
bo numbered from 20 to 35, thus retain
ing the continuity of the-present infan
try organization.
Senator McLaurin of South Carolina
was at the White House in the interest
of some applicants for commissions in
the new military organization. He was
given to understand that the president
would apportion the officers for the now
regiments amoug the several states in
the proportion of a captain and a first
lieutenant for each state, irrespective of
politics.
The higher officers, as has already
been intimated, are to bo taken largely
from the regular establishment. It is
understood "that a strong effort will be
made to reserve the second lieuteuan
cies for the non-commissioned officers
who have made good records in active
service both with the regulars and the
volunteers.
Major Edmund Rice, Third infantry,
ye&terday was appointed colonel of the
Twenty-fifth, the first selection made by
the president.
Colonel Rice was appointed to the
army from Massachusetts as a tamtam
of .trie Nineteenth Massachusetts volun
teers in IS'Jl aud served throughout the
rebellion. He was breveted captain,
major and lieutenant colonel for gallant
services during the rebellion, and at its
close became a first lieutenant in the
regular army. Colonel Rico became
well known to all the visitors at the
World's fair in Chicago, where he or
ganized and commanded the Columbian
guard.
Arthc outbreak of tho war with Spain
he was serving as military attache in
Japan, but hastened home and accom
panied General -Miles' command to
Porto Rico. While there ho was ap
pointed by tho governor of Massachu
setts as colonel of the Sixth Massachu
setts infantry, which he continued to
commaud until its muster out.
Engineer Company l"or Jlauila.
New York, July G. Company E of
the engineer corps left Willets Point for
Manila, via San Francisco. The com
pany is bno of the best in the service
and has in it many men who have
served 20 and 30 years. Ono man who
goes as a private was formerly a lieuten
ant iu the volunteer army. Another
member of this company is Sergeant
Edward Carrol, tho mine expert, who
has been detailed to teach tho method
of laying and taking ud mines in war
fare. Will Bring Sick Soldiers.
Washington, July G. Major Brad
ley, surgeon in charge of tho hospital
ship Relief, telegraphed Surgeon Gen
eral Sternberg that the ship grounded
on entering Yokohama, but was soon
floated, suffering no injury. The Re
lief will sail on July 7, will be at Hono
lulu July 19 and arrive at San Francisco
July 2S. She is bringing 250 sick sol
diers from Manila.
Socialists Were Keady lo Fight.
Brussels, July G. Tbe Belgian king
dom has escaped a very strong shakenp.
The socialists, who aro admirably dis
ciplined, had purchased firearms and
collected stores of every land to fight
the police, the constabulary and all rep
resentatives of authority and organize a
real insurrection if M. Yan Den Pere-
booni's bill had not been withdrawn.
Tho danger has subsided for the present.
MUST BE MADE IN WHEELING.
A fTudge Decided Stogie Made lu Oilier
Cltloj Couldn't lie Labeled "Wheeling."
Boston, July 0. Iu tho United States
circuit court Judge Oolt handed down a
decision holding that stogies bearing
tho name of "Wheeling" or "Wheel
ing stogifes," could not be manufactured
in Boston or elsewhere than Wheeling
and sold as "Wheeling stogies." The
decision is the result of a suit brought
by a West. Virginia manufacturer of
stogies against Joseph Engel of this
city. A writ of injunction was issued
restraining tho defendants from manu
facturing or selling "Wheeling stogies"
not actually made in the city of Wheel
ing. It is claimed that this decision will
be farrcaching in effect in the tobacco
trade and may also have effect in other
lines of businoss.
Sckantox, Pa., July 6. Details from
the murder at Simpson fail to disclose
any immediate cause for Hcnnescy's
killing of his bride of two short months
and tho supposition follows that it was
an insane act. They had frequent bick
erings since tho first week of their mar
riage, but were not by any means on
terms of enmity.
A Womau Drowned.
Joseph Kulich was drowned in tho Sus
quehanna river at Plymouth and two
other women had narrow escapes.
JUST THI
for $?.20
for 9.00
for
3.50
2.50
1.00
for
convinced that, we aro the originators and leaders in giving
Worth of Ooods for
House
ite
as there has been this season. Nearly every lad3' must
have several white dresses,
separate Pique or Duck Skirts. We are fully prepared
to take care of vour wants in
White Dre
India Lawns, Victoria, Persian Lawns, French Lawns,
Nainsooks, Dimities. French ittulls, Organdies, Piques
and Welts.
guc Bros
9aatt(eats8(ocat(MiatafigattttaHe
Big Reductions
"FS-ao J3fc.k:ror
before you buy.
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handles the best brands old process WHITE LEAD and LINSEED f
OIL as well as strictly pure colors, VARNISHES, GLASS, etc. I
Enamel Your Bicycle For 15c Any Color
Rememtoor- -fcho place
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Natural and artificial gas burners and supplies
20& W. Market
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Dancing at the Gorge
every week day afternoon and
evening. tf
Steamer for L.L. parks audi daily.
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Tho Edson Fisli Market has moved j
to 128 !X. Howard st. Same telephone I
Ko. 2rS.
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I Buckeye Special
Good pair of pants worth $1.00
Extra heavy overalls
Extra heavy working shirts
All wool pants worth 3.00
1.25 silk shirts, striped and
prevents us mentioning todav.
Buckeye
and a half dozen at least,
ss Goods
9
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Shoo Co.
132 South Main st.
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Clarendon Hotel Block. 9
The Temple
I have a few
Of last year, prices from Toe to $1.75
which I will cut to
GSose Out
the time to get a BARGAIN.
!S" Am I.O.O.F. Temple,
&. 5iUa, Main st.
s-b-
Tel. 64-9
We are closing out our en
tire stock of
Special prices on all
mer goods.
sum-
Builders' Hardware
and Mill Supplies
Tel. 70.
170 S. Howard st.
$3.00 Niagara Falls via Chautauqua.
Wait for the all-rail no-change-of-,
cars excursion to Xiagara Falls
Thursday, July 20. Train leaves
Erie station, Akron, O., at 4:25 p.m.
Stop-over granted at Chautauqua on
return. Tickets goods live days, and
only $3.00. See" "W. E. Iancdon,
agent, for further information.
69C
39c
39c
$1.50
9rc
and inspect the
puffed.
Come
in
you
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