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' Our Second Gigantic
July 22nd at 8 O'clock
Mr. C. A. Lock-hart, the
iutlinriy.til airent of the mills.
will be here to take charge of
the sale and will explain pub
licly, on our floors, how these
mill ends are made ana now
they can be sold so cheap.
Besides having lots of mill
ends we have bought out
several other lines, among
which is a big wash skirt bar
gain. You never saw skirts
at these prices before in
Trimmed wash skirts inchambray
and crash and denim, never sold
for less than 00c and $1
P Iv clash and denim skirt,
trimmed, pleated on the back,
well finished seams, regular $1,50
23 different cut styles in 1 K.
crash, duck and covert skirts,
trimmed and buttons on the back
White P.K also coverts and
linen, P K. have two rows of
wide insertion running up and
down They were made to sell
for ?3 75, ?i ou
These skirts won't be on sale
before Saturday morning when
we ask you to come at 8 o'clock,
before the rush gets too strong.
150-152 South Howard St.
Are the only Kodaks.
See them at
We Sell Cheap
Ice Cream Freezers
All Garden Tools
216-218 South Ulain st.
S. & G.'o POINTERS
S. & G.V Jam and Jlochu blend,
with its rich aromatic flavor and
great strength, Is the coffeo of the
present. Wo have It higher and we
hmo It lower. liut lor it medium
price our 23c has n position nil by
itself. You try it once,jou will try
IftI 8 Quels.
John O. Engelhart. Wm. F. Eckart
Engelnart & Eckart
z AUrs.-of tliie Engelliart Hot Water
i - . 3U E. Mill St. Tel. 45
tAAAt wAAA AAfclU ii L -
A Grand Opportunity.
The Schan" B." Co.. the uldot
piano Tnanuiacior oi vmcagu, en
larged their factory and almost
doubled their producing capneity in
9J. Tliif made it necessary to open
nun territory, aud in order to intro
duce them in Akron, they have sent
their general agents. Laughead and
Brown, here, who are practical piano
men -with a full line of wmiple
iilomic. for the evures nurpobe of
showing how these pianos, are made,
the materials, Used and to find a re
liable person with means to sell
them here in the future. These
piano are on exhibition at 820 J2ast
Mill st., opp. Universalis church,
where thev can be seen aud heard.
Schatr Bros. Co.'s pianos have been
known in the Northwest for 31 years
as strictly first-cla-ss, being used m a
number of schools and colleges and
are made of the best material, put to
gether by skilled workmen in a well
equipped factory. Their essential
points are durability, excellence in
tone, action and case aud are guar
anteed to be as good as any piano
made. In place of introducing them
in the old way of hiring expensive
artists, paving big commissions, etc.,
they have decided on the novel plan
of giving the purchaser the benefit of
this expense by selling these sample
pianos direct from factory to con
sumer at strictly a wholesale price,
as we know each of these pianos
placed in an Akron home will sell
We can not advertise these ex
tremely low prices as it would inter
fere with the work of our agency af
ter this introductory sale, Dut will
give prices confidentially to bona
flde piano buyers. We invite the
public generally and musicians
specially to call and examine these
pianos. They are made and sold on
their merits, iiaugneau os, xiuu
hBinirninnn builders can show and
tell vou intelligently about Schafl
Bros. Co. pianos, and pianos in gen
oral. We invite comparison with
any piano made. They are first class
in everv wav and will be sold at
nrir.es never before thought of.
Uail at once aiiu sec iumc yinuw
while you have a full line to select
from, as this special sale ip for a
short time only.
The Schaff Bros.' Co.,
(Open evenings) 320 E. Mill st.
On the Report of the Elks' Fair
The report of the W.C.T.U. com
mittee regarding their investigation
at Elks' fair caused me to meditate.
Personally I am not acquainted
with any member of said committee.
I wonder, how smelling the stench,
people could so far contaminate
themselves as to wade right into the
filth. Wasn't there some little hu
man weakness, a proneness to curi
osity, a Pharisaical propensity to
thank God they were not like the
Elks? They forget the old law, that
"people starting out to hunt trouble
are sure to find it.''
The best men of our city are Elks
ancf should be held responsible for
tolerating anythingimmoral at these
entertainments and a committee
should be pretty good judges before
starting out as a committee
to report on filth. I contradict the
statement that "The women of Ak
ron have a right to know what man
ner of temptations ther sons and
husbands -meet in attending these
The women of Akrou should be
models of purity and teach by ex
ample. " They have no right to visit
unquestionable places, for "he that
Ioveth danger shall perish in it,"
and if they can't trust their sons and
husbands, why, keep them at home!
Take some of the church societies
for instance. Those holding offices
are not always models though they
may be tri-weekly communicants.
Very often they prove to" be whis
perers, mischief makers and slan
derers, so that it would take a good
theologian to define the saint.
Mrs. J. V. Welsh,
Wife of an Elk.
What would you do if taken with a
severe attack of colic or cholera mor
bus and your physician could not be
readily summoned? Provide your
self with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
e'dy and you will then be prepared
for such an emergency. It always
gives prompt relief. For sale by all
For Reducing Heavy Grades on Erie
The grades which are now the most
interesting thing to the Erie railroad
officials aro for the most part situ
ated "between Kent and Calion, -.ays
the Leader. It is said by those who
have been over the line :i good many
times that in this short distance
there are, 13 grades. Six of them run
in one direction, and seven of (hem
iu another. This would leave the
impression that, tlie road in that vi
cinity is nothing more than a natural
These grades are in some instances
five and six miles long, and so steep
khat the passenger trairw must bo
fired very carefully or they will have
to fairly creep up the hills. Tin
road is applying itself just tuw to
avoiding these incline. Then- aro
two means by which ili.v h s" t
accomplish Ibis. One My reducing
the grades by deep cuts. and ih- oili
er is by going around them. It i
not known yet to which of these Ihe
-road will resort.
Hunt the world over and you 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.
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Money to Loan
IP" YOU FIND
Vtf E WJL.I- lOAIM
YOU ON TERMS
1 1WE will mnke loans irom $5 to $1,000 on
Watches. Diamonds, Household Goods,
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.
I lorn Co.,
Nathan IVI. Berk,
193 South Howard St., Sf
Loans made tie samejiay. Ojen evenlacs.
rtone I5Z2 ant 812.
Lakeside, July 20
CIVEH BY THE
Peerless Dancing Club
Admission . 35ca couple
The Cleveland Expert Dentist will
renew his visits to Akron, commenc-,
Friday, This Week,
July the 21st, hours 7:30 a.iu,
The. Doctor has a host of friends
in AKron anu expects iu re ci z uusj ,
especially as he expects to extract at
least one tooth free for each patient.
His method is painless.
It will pay you to give him a trial.
Home office 315 Arcade, Cleveland.
Carload after carload of Bananas,
Watermelons and California Fruits
arriving daily for tho Elk's Fair.
Managers of festivals should not fail
to leave their orders here if they
want the purest and best Ice Cream
IM. Laskaris Co.
Phone 289. 162 S. Howard st.
Citzen Died at His Home
Henry Klages Expired After Only Two
Henry Klages died at his home,
547 West Market st., Thursday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, of kidnev disease,
after an illness of only two days.
Mr. Klages attended the Elks' fair
Tuesday night and was taken ill al 2
o'clock Wednesday morning.
Deceased was aged 49 years. 10
months and 15 days, aud was presi
dent and general manager of the
Klages Coal & Tee Co. His wife,
Marie, and son. Louis, a student,
Mr. Klages came to Akron from
Hauovfr, Germany, 2i years :igo.
He was an Elk, a lnemlu-r of the
Akron Ijeidertafi-1 and "tho German
Arrangements for tin funcr.il aro
not yet complete.
When You Ride Your Wheel
Alnnjn ihuku Into our .!ioi.-. Alleu'n Tool
Ease, n powder for the fcot. It keep1, j on r
feet cool, preiMils sw.villiis; feet, mm miiki",
our endurance ten-fold ienlr. 0eroiie
million wheel p"opIeiue ulngAllen'-. Foot
Ease. They all prulsu it. It glu rest and
comfort t. iniirllni!, hot, swollen, nciiiit
feet. ami Is u o'rtaln cure for Ingrowing
mills. At nil druggists and shoo stoiea, ijc.
h.inil'Ie I'UKniiy nii-ll. ddres, Allen S.
Olni-("l. I,.-Hoy. N. ::
Kxctirsion rates every Sunday.
For New Post Office Building Has
Postmaster Ebrtght said this morn
ing that the postofflce -would likely
be moved into the new government
building about the last of next week.
Word has been received that the of
fice furniture was shipped from Cin-
YOU'D BE SURPRISED to ee th
viiIup Me give on these
It isn't very long ago that buyers
paid $2.00 fur Shirt', no better.
IfMiti'want "oiU"(liing in a more
Aeliis'Ve pattern coiifnit-d to us,
and rtiisequiittl no! -en eery-
We Ask. You $1.50.
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inn n n mn
I llV Mill
souin Rom si., AKrcn.0.
SHIRT TAILORS HATTERS
ciunnti Tuesday. It is' expected to
This afternoon Postmaster Ebright
established the sub-station at S. E.
Allen's drug store on Howard st., at
corner of Mill. Tho station will be
in charge of Mr. Allen.
During the months of July, August
and September bowel complaints are
usually most prevalent and at this
season every one should be provided
with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
only remedy that never fails to cure.
For sale by all druggists.
To Boston Ledges. Cheap rat"-.
They Met First Time In
All Are Aged Ladies Eldest Made a
A happy reunion in the cify Wed
nesday was that iu which three aged
sisters met together for the first time
in 12 years.
The sisters ale Mrs. Harry Chap
man, aged 78 years of Machine City,
Ind., who made the trip alone in or
der to see her sisters again; Mrs.
Electa Hatfield, aged 67 years, of
Cuyahoga Fall, and Mrs. Emily F.
iged 61 years, of Union st.
The sisters aie all in good health.
At present they are visiting together
at the home of Mrs-. Christian, where
they are enjoying themselves hearti
ly in talking over by gone days and
4 the pleasures of their young day at
j ,e 0u home.
I'OIilCK COrilT Albert Siadler
and Wm. Shanon. two drunks, were
fined $2 and costs each by Mayor
Young Thursday morning.
Liver Complaints cured by Ilti.cu.3i-s
Steamer for L.JL. park8and,l dtily
To Boston Ledges Sunday.
BUSINESS IN MANILA.
ELIZA ARCHARDCONNER ON
mliHiiliices nnd DlHiuHnnluscn of
the Philippine a a rield of In
vestment mid Inclntr Some Re
forms That Are Needed.
Mamla, Jtme 5. No more Ameri
can beer saloons are needed in Manna.
That is the first observation I am
moved to make in connection with the
subject of bn3ines3 openings in this
town. A swarm of American saloon
keepers came over with the Mayflower,
so to speak, to the Philippines, and
they have been arriving ever since..
Beer and wbisky shops, American style,
are as plentiful beie as in New York
or San Francisco
If laziness be the ideal etate, then
the old style Manila merchant led a
sufficiently pleasant existence. In. this
hot climate it is best to be abroad early
in the morning. Shops and stores open
by 7 o'clock. That was too early for
the old time Spanish merchant, how
ever, so he left the morning work to
hia menials and subordinates. He
reached hirf place of business at 9 or
half past. By half pant 10 began what
is here called -'cocktail time." Then
the merchant lets up on his ardnous
labors ot the morning. "Jiu heat of the
day begins to be felt by.tnht time. I do
not know how many cocktails are ac-
XATIVE Rfc.STAUliASrl.S MANILA.
tnally drunk, but something roust-hare
started-tbe-rains. At- 13 the' custom.
has; been to clcsa. business -honsMrabso
lately-until 3." Whether this.w?Uccnx--witbctuy money enough iokesphim
tinner when Americans -gefcv bolcf re-lgeltfocc few months and build up a
mains to be eeen
The old time Manila merchant had
for his motto, "Never do anything that
you can makp anybody else do." If he
to much as desired to wash an ink stain
from his finger, he would probably have
clapped his hands like an "Arabian
Nights" pasha and had a base menial
bring hini.the basin of water and towel.
At 5 o'clycS hie carriage called for him,
aud he, with his interesting family,
went to drive and listen to the music
ou the Lnnets. Picturesque enough he
looked in-tiis shining white suits, of
which at least a dosen were necessary,
a fresh one" every day. His very shoes
ere white, of cool canvas, carefully
done over with pipeclay daily to pre
serve their immaculate appearance.
The pipeclaying of his master's vari
ous pairs of white shoes is part of the
morning work of tho Tagalo house servant.
Everythiug new and convenient and
American is wanted here, from prompt
and correct business methods to door
locks that will fasten and neat little
keys that will tit them. When, sooner
or "later, matters are.i'ettled here, there
will bn as fine opportunities for Ameri
can merchants and the investment of
capital as at any spot of thajjlflbe.
Between, on tbeonebafidjHKerona'
duties, which remain preciSKs they
were under Spanish rnleVand, on the
other, the competition of the United
States commissary department the civil
ian merchant jnst now has small margin
of profit. The Spanish tariff is higher
than that of the United States ever
was, amounting frequently to three or
four times the cost of the goods. It is
enforced still. The duties are collected
by American soldiers for our govern
ment. Commissary goods for the Unit
ed States army are admitted free of
duty, to be bought by scldiers. But it
is natural for a man to oblige his
friends. The salesman for the United
States army sees no harm in letting his
civilian chums who are merchants have
goods at army rates. There is nothing
in the Ten Commandments against it.
The two friends whack up together.
But the civilian merchant who is not
the commissary sergeant's chnm and
who has honestly paid the high Span
ish tariff on his wares finds them spoil
ing on his shelves in this hot climate
while the commissary's friend offers the
public goods at lowest San Francisco
prices. You can follow the result out
for yonrself, and yon do not need paper
and pencil to work the problem either.
Honest retail merchants have absolute
ly ceased to import certain lines of ar
ticles under these conditions. Thus not
only tho merchants outside the ring,
bnt also the government suffers many
thousand dollars los annually. This is
a matter the government should attend
to at once and either abolish altogether
duties on goods coming from the States
or straighten out its commissary de
Heavy losses, too, are entailed on
American merchants in Manila by the
actual and constant theft of goods they
import from the States. I know one
dealer who has, iu plain words, been in
the past four months robbed of wares
worth 510,000. They were shipped and
invoiced at San Francisco. In some in
stances whole packages disappeared
bodily; in others packages were broken
open and part of the contents taken
and then -fastened up again.
Whether the robberies are committed
on shipboard, whether by the Chinese
freight handlers at Hongkong or in the
custom houses here at Manila, nobody
knows. The things simply disappear.
The military authorities here do not
hold themselves responsible for goods
stored in the customs warehouses or
"go downs, " as storage rooms are called
in the orient. The heaviest losses are
on eatables and drinkables.
Commissary merchandising an. the
loss of goods in transit from tho States
to Manila are rapidly assuming the
proportions of a scandal. Whether any
Etealing occurs in the custom house or
not, that institution gets the credit of
it, and for its own sake the United
States government ought to have a
grand clearing uptime in these depart
ments without saying a word about
it, and this eteu more for the sake of
the innocent than of the guilty, if there
are any of the latter.
Another condition works as a hard
ship against the business man and the
capitalist at present. When we occu
pied the city, the civil courts were
abolisTied. They have never been re
established. So far as civil law goes,
Manila is in a stute of anarchy. There
is no way of collecting a bill by legal
measures and no way of enforcing a
contract. Sufferers who appeal to the
military authorities are told to wait
till the courts are set up again. They
have waited for months and are wait
ing still. Able American lawyers who
understand tho Spanish- language are
also here waiting for the civil courts
to reopen, but the order for it is not
given. The insurrection must be put
down before military attention can u
turned to civil nutters, probably. Nev
ertheless it is irksome in the extreme
to the civilian who wants to go to
I am not writinx this letter to enter
tain or amuse my readers, but simply
to give information to persons to whoui
it will be useful. Wucnever your denr
friend comes to you with any particu
larly disagreeable and unwelcome piece
of news, ho always prefaces it with the
remark that lit tells you "because yon
ought to know it." Hundreds of good,
energetic men at home and capitalists
of moderate meani are hoping add ex
pecting to come to .Manila, heie to reap
the reward of industry and ability.
Their judgment is not at fault either.
On this round earth today there is no
fairer, richer corner than these same
Philippine Islands, no place where en
ergy, shrewdness and legitimate enter
prise in every shape and form are more
needed or are surer of abundant result
Nature did everything for the Philip
pines. For this reason fate had a grudge
at them apparently and cursed them
with tho Spaniard.
To the importer, capitalist and gen
eral bnsiness man who is looking to
ward Manila, therefore, the message
must be: "Wait awhile. Wait till our
great and good government straightens
out this tariff tangle and clears away
the other impediments mentioned.
Then come in with all your blessed
Ynnkeo vim and power'and all the cap-
italyon can spare. Come in and con
quer; Ydtt can do it. "
Witlrtne mechanical trades ana cer-
I tih, branches of small retail business
thexasarisrdi&renh. Any ona who is a
mister of" a'ls tradVcan land in Manila
prosperous business. A journeyman
painter reached here from Australia a
short time ago. He understood his oc
cupation and set himself up as a mas-
Men's, Boy's, Women's and
The assigned stock of J. N. MILLER
MUST BE CLOSED OUT
Regardless of Cost
The best bargains in reliable footwear ever offered in Akron will be sacri
ficed at this sale, so as to dispose of this stock quickly.
. Don't hesitate but make your selections at once while sizes are complete.
en. 2 eTmrrT Miller's
ter painter, hiring others to work for
him natives and Chinese. There are
plenty of mechanics in all the indus
trial occupations among the natives
and Chinese, but they have no heads to
conductbusiness. With his white man's
quickness and drive the Australian
painter forced his brown and yellow
employees to do their work on time and
do it .right. Ha now has more ordeTs
than he can accept, and all his time is
mortgaged weeks ahead.
What this man did in his branch any
other white man can do in any other
department of skilled labor. A thorough
knowledge oE ono'a trade, with the
ability to command and get the most
and the best out of other workmen, is
the requisite for complete success.
Every occupation devoted to supplying
the needs of ordinary life will find full
scope for itself here. An American
dressmaker would become rich, and
cabinet maker, butcher, baker, candle-
ALONG THE CANAL IS MAMLA.
stick maker, telegraph and telephone
lineman, expressman, laundryman,
printer and stonemason can do well
now that the Americans are beginning
to shake these islands from their Rip
Van Winkle sleep of centuries. The
clean retail grocery, delivering goods
promptly at houses, American style,
would be a small gold mine. A buyer
must n6w hire Chinese to carry his
They say the fruits and vegetables
were better before Ihe war. It is to be
hoped so. Food, abundant and delicious,
ia to be had here for the raising.
With proper civilized conveniences
and development Manila and theso
islands could be made an earthly para
dise. I have sometimes thought it
would be the best thing that could hap
pen for the whole old town to hum
down, as Chicago did, so we Ameri
cans could begin over again and build
it up exactly right. I would almost be
glad to live 50 years longer to see what
the Americans will make of this won
derful and beautiful land.
Eliza Archakd Connkh.
There Are Also Many Others of
Good Qualities That Put the Stamp
of Excellence Upon this Article.
There aro many reasons, why you
should take Morrow's Kid-ne-oids in
preference to any other kidney prep
aration. First, Kid-ne-oids are a
scientific preparation. Second, they
tire Tablets, which is the scientific
form of preparing medicine. Third,
there are never any bad effects from
their use. Fourth, they act directly
.... fli Irirlnot.s:- llinv- nrr Kfrif'tlv
UJJUU till jvv..j"j ..." --- 1-
a kidnoy cure and nerve tonic. I1 if th,
vou tlo not nave to quit wore wmie
using Kid-ne-oids. A fifty-cent box
contains enongh for about two weeks'
treatment. People uso Kid-ne-oids,
because they cure kidney ailments.
Mrs. J. B. Thomas, 214 South Spi
cer St., Akron, Ohio, says: "I have
been very much distressed with pain
across tho small of my back for a
number of years. Sometimes the
pain would extend down into my hip
joints, which I supposed to be lum
bago. 1 also had other symptoms of
disordered kidneys, r beard about
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids and decided
to try them. I wns surprised to Hud
mvself greatlv relieved of my trou
bles, and their continued uso has
completely cured mo."
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids aro not pills,
but yellow tablets nnd sell atoOcts.
a. box: at all drug stores and at John
Larnparter & Co's drug store
Mailed on receipt of price. Manu-.
factured. by John Morrow fc Cqm
Local News fee.
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FOUR DIED FROM THE FIGHT.
Another lluttle of aiountalneers Wm Ex
pected In Kentucky.
Lo.ndo-V, Ky., July 20. Tho death of
E. D. Fisher makes four fatalities in the
fight near Manchester. The reported
death of Robert Philpot was incorrect,
but it was thought he will be the fifth
victim. Green Griffin, who had both
legs shot off, also likely will die. Geo.
Philpot and Alex. Fisher were said to be
It was claimed that the Philpots had
100 friends assembled, armed with Win
chesters, awaiting a threatened attack
from the Morrises and Griffins and
Chad wells, who were reported only two
miles distant with an equally strong
Accused or lUHInc Girl.
LocKFoar, 2f. T., July 20. After
about five weeks' deliberation the cor
oner's jury reported a verdict in tbo
case of Sarah Mumford, the 17-year-old
girl adopted by Henry Tripp of
Pendleton, from a Rochester asylum,
whoso dead body was found on tho
Central's tracks near Shawnee. The
inquisition charges that sUo came to her
death at the hands of Henry Tripp, his
wife. Matilda, and his son, Loreu.
Tripp's daughtur, Alva, is named as an
accomplice. The Tripps are well-to-do
Cure that ingrowu toe uail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Iugrown Too Nail
Remedy" price 25c. For sale by all
iv lien placing your oruer reiueiuuer o. iu. uiurjDu
handles the best brands old process WHITE LEAD and UNSEED t
When placiiig your
( OIL as well as strictly pure colors, VAKm&rico, ulass, eic
Enamel Your Bicycle For 15c Any Color
i Romomber -tho place..
J. ML IAFFER, Druggist
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j M. D
Geo. J. Renner's
Lager Beer Brewery
AU Orders by the Barrel or in T Ma 80 &on'
KnttlM nrnmntlv attended to. . v i1v,uv OhlO.
BolUes PrompUy attended to
Old Stand i
While Firing Revolver In a Midway
Parks' ambulance removed a man
from the fair grounds at 4 :30 Wed
nesday afternoon, to the hospital.
The man refuses to give his name.
He was employed on the Midway.
His duty was firing a revolver when
the reproduction of the Santiago
battle Avas in progress. He held the
revolver too close to him and a blank
cartridge took effect in his right leg.
The injury is not serious.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
tho country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was sup
posed to be Incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced It a local disease,
nnd prescribed local remedies, and by con
stanily falling to cure with local treatment,
pronuunced It Incurable. Science lias
proven catarrh to be n constitutional dis
ease, and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the market.
It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on tho
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any case
it falls to cure. Send for circulars and tes
F. J. OHKXEY CO- Toledo, O.
told by druggists, 73c.
Hull's Family Pills are tho bet.
Yd Dili is (in
order remember J. M. LAFFER
Clarendon Hotel Block.
ii you'd Like to Me innse oi i
Stop at Eohrbacher & Allen's. We
are selling all summer goods way
down. We are selling Monarch Bi-
cycles at cost. 0
screen Doors, Windows, eic. f
ion Mowers, Hose, eic
screening, Pouiiry Neiiino. ere. I
poinis ana oils. f
Rohrbacher & Allen!
The Leaders in Builder's Hardware
and Mill Supplies $
Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard st.
y l !. iUAnA t rw OT
1 -GO, $1.75 waists at 39c. Have you
75c? The best wrapper for the money
iu Northern Ohio.
New Linen Skirts $1.25, $1.40
I'.uy an Alaska' Coi-so-fc aud
keep cool in these hot days.
Hot Weather Underwear.
Hammocks 98c to $2.50
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