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Continui'd From FiHIi I'ago.
purchased article." of all kituK and
U-xription all at five ami ten
cent": How a firm a.i -ell at Mich
prices ib a uiy-ter' . vet it d'jes not
interfere with the public buying,
as past experience has teste! the
merit of the goods old There
are many articles of small size
needed in a household which can
alone be purchased at this store.
It is a conglomeration of bargains.
AKKOV BAKEKY CO.
The Akron Bakery Co. is one of
the main stays of Akron, and
justly so. Its line of breads, home
made cakes, plain, fancy, machine
made, and sweet crackers, is un
surpassed anywhere. Particular at
tention is given by this firm to its
bread, and as a specialty this article
of food has now come into univer
sal use. The variety of cakes and
crackers manufactured is marvel
lous, but only equal to the demand,
which is enormous. A good bread
and a good cake reaches man as
nothing else will. This is why
the Akron Bakery Co. is so pros
perous. TAYI-OK'S DRY GOODS
Dry goods, notions and cloaks
are the stock in trade of Taylor's
dry goods store. They are repre
sentative of the latest fancies and
creations. Novelties are found in
even department of the store. The
line of summer dress goods and
apparel is now of particular interest
to the ladies. Taylor carries a very
complete line of dry goods sundries.
There is not an article necessary
for the seamstress which cannot be
found in this large store.
BLACK BEAR STORK.
The Black Bear Store has one of
the most novel features upon the
grounds, not including the Mid
way. In the middle of their display
is a small black bear cub iu a cage.
It is a very lively little personage
and attracts much attention, sym
bolical as it is of the film name.
Seldom is such a hue display of
furs. rugs, satchels, hammocks and
men's furnishing goods as made by
this firm The artistic ability of
the haberdasher is in evidence in
the tasty ariangement of the goods.
As an entirety and in every depart
ment it is one of the most catchy
and splendid displays at the Fair.
o. o. m)vxKiii
All persons who linger about the
booth of Mr. Brownell soon lay all
cares aside. Edison's Phonograph',
with the latest Sousa marches,
operatic selections, etc., is contin
ually in operation. It is the most
perfect machine of its kind that has
ever been heard iu Akron. The
clearness of the tones is especially
noticeable. The display of musi
cal instruments is also a very large
one. Pianos, banjos, maudolins
and violins are iu profusion. Pieces
of music are regularly distributed.
This booth has the popularity
which it well deserves.
.1. AV. LITTI-K.
This is the booth most popular
with the ladies and the one most
often visited. To see the latest
fashions and catch the latest New
York styles at Little's is one of the
fads of the Fair. To the male por
tion of the throng it is a bewilder
ing mass of beauty and fluffy stuff.
All admire it and praise the enter
prise of the only milliner upon the
grounds. Uupert's Complexion
Specialty is the feature of the dis
pla H. '. CAR I LI,.
No greater advances have been
made in any field of labor than in
modern plumbing. H. P. Cahill
has on exhibition all the latest
apparatus from the factory It is
a very handsome exhibition of the
beauties of this art. There are bath
tubs which cannot be surpassed.
Speciallv featured in this corner
booth are steam and hot water
boilers. To arrange such a display
requires no little time and skill.
The public by its careful attention
and exclamations of pleasure siiow
how fully they appreciate it.
THE .lAHAXT CO.
Furnaces are always symbols of
winter, yet in summer time they
seem very interesting and cool. No
furnace holds the place iu the
hearts of Akron people as the Hot
Blast Furnace of The Jahant Co. It
is au old friend whom everybotty is
anxious to see again. The Modern
Climax Range is iu the same class
and is the second feature of this
firm's display. It is the most im
proved and up-to-date range now
for sale in any city or country.
Circulars explaining its latest im
provements are rapidly distributed.
ROIIRB A( HER Jt ALLEN.
Kohrbachei -S: Allen hai the
neatest hard wait; displav in ii
dencc. AH the mid- and md- of
hardware -undrie- an daiuiih
arraut-tl about tin- booth 1xi
knobs, kme- razor-, deln it looK
paint brushes diid files a it ui-lnbu
ted in case- as an appropriate bik
giouml. This fiini is niakiuu a
special teature of the Arcade files
and the Elk bicycles. The claim
the latter, as well a- theit own
store, is the best upon earth
The passers-by agree most heartih
'WERNER ENCYCLOI'.EJM V.
The educational feature of the
Street Fair is the splendid displaj
of the new Werner Encyclopaedia.
It is an edition of thirty superb
octavo volumes and an American
Supplement. No home is complete
without such a set, and as a nucleus
for a' library it is unparalleled.
Sample pages of the work are on
display which show illustrations iu
national colors. Those on pleasure
bent find here a moment to spend
in beneficial relaxation. Many in
quiries are made as to the remark
able terms offered for purchase.
AKRON SHOE CO.
Footgear, more than any other
article of wearing apparel, can be
ea-ily distinguished as to quality.
The Akron Shoe Company in it.
exhibit presents a stock which -S
entirelv flawle.-- Ladies" shoes.
children's shoes, men - -hoes, rub-:
bers slippers and even babies'
shoes are exhibited in a way which .
makes them show to the be.-t ad-,
vantage. This company pays par- j
licular attention to its guarantee of
perfect goods and endeavors to
keep the footgear of its customers
always in fine condition.
THE ATLANTIC At PACIFIC .
TEA CO. :
No exhibit of merchants. es-(
pecially when it is accompanied by
a touch of the Orient, is complete'
without tea and coffee. The Atlantic '
and Pacific Tea Co. is the repre-;
sentativc house carrying this line
of goods in the citv. Whether the
brand be a particularly choice one
it is always found in this store.
More than fifty different kinds of ',
the finest coffee are always in stock
The inventive power of this com-1
pauy has resulted in many combi- j
nations which add to the -tone of t
this favorite beverage. Sugars and
all the accessories necessarv for the I
fullest enjoyment of this stock are '
alwavs on hand.
STAR CLOTHING CO. '
Clothing alike for the classes and
masses covers the counters of that
mammoth clothing store called the
Star. Its shelves are loaded down '
with the latest stock from the East j
and bargains are predominant iu
all departments. Keadymade gar
ments are now so perfect that it is
an impossibility to distinguish the
tailor made garments from them, j
at least this is the line of goods j
the Star carries. Children's cloth- j
ing and all the odd articles which go I
to make a perfect stock are iu
abundance. Mr. Stone, the man
ager, was a charter member of the
Elks lodge in Akron. He has
served as esquire and tyler, and has
been one of the most active pro
moters of the present fair.
OHIO GLASS AND HARDWARE CO.
Hardware, glass, paints, pipe and
fittings and bicycle.- are always
standard articles of exhibit. To bo
sure they are not always the. show
iest, but nevcrlliele they are ju-t
a eagerly sought for by the public
Tin. Ohio ilas and Hardware com-i
pauy has combined the-e articles in- '
to an exhibit which is really nieri-
torious for its beauty. Their sterling
worth and every-day necessary u-e
keeps ihe crowd eontiiiiiallv in 'trout '
of the booth. ' '
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All colored Shirt Waists
new goods, good colorings,
big assortment of styles, at
tho following great reduc
tions: 50c Shirt Waists. 29C
75c Shirt Waists .. 39c
$1.00 Shirt Waists. 49c
$1.50 Shirt "Waists 69C
$2.00 Shirt Waists 98c
"We are giving great re
ductions on Pique Linen and
Denim Skirts. Don't miss
our Clearance Sale reduc
tion general throughout the
155-157 S. Howard street.
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July 2Q5 21 and 22
Youth. xtreme youth, i the not? mtirn
Journalism. linden Corr;pondent.
"Thp chief." said Totrran uniform
attendant of nearly 10 j-ar of Hge. "is
astinc for j oil, Mr."
"Bother thr- chief '." said th rough hair
ed boj ith a burst of annoyance.
Willie." said a girl's voice. "Willie.
tome here a moment. D'you know what
you did in this morning's page 5?"'
j Wasn't pape 5 all right, Daisy?"
akrl th foreign editor, frightened out
. of his air of maturity. An insistent
treble voice at the end of the passage dS
...... ..1.l ... -.., !....! -l.- a : j:" !
niauuLu iw tnu n uviuri me xureigu eui
tor had arrived or whether he had not ar
t i cil.
Yon nin-t go." w hi-pored Daisy. "Be
a man end fare it bravely."
"I dmi i want t' lie you," said the
buy uei vntivly.
"Nousci!i" aid the little girl with a
grown up look. "Vo got my fashion
column to liuUli. Call in as. you come
The foivign i-ditnr knocked timidlv at
the diior of the cliiefs room, and a
"Come in'" answered. The foreigu edi
l tor took off hi- little silk hat and tried to
' hum earele-y as he entered the room.
j "Hello!" he said genially to the large
I lad who stood at the fireplace. "How's
j the world using ynii? Paper going well
, and strolls?"
' "Sit down." said the chief, lepressing
his annoyance. "I want to talk to you."
"Bet you t opence." said the boy,-"you
an't run and jump on the table from
w bore you're standing."
"I bet you twopence." shouted the
chief, "that I can run and jump on you,
1 "Why; said th
veiitly. "What have 1 done?'
' "A" -iuipler tiucstiou to answer would
' be "What haieu't joti duiieV " Tho chief
snatchctl up a copy of the journal bear
' ins the curn-tit date, ".lu-t look at itl"
screamed the chief. "Don't look at me
look at that!"
"One or two errors appear to have
ci opt in." admitted the foroign editor a.
he glincd down th deplorabl cobinm-.
"Ci-pi in'" r'p"at"l the chif. "i'on
found you! TheT gallepfd in' What
s the id-a of calling Sali-bury 'tli" leader
of the btalwait ItadicalsV' How long . , ,
has Cuba Wen an islaud ou the south I I PlPn ll fill f I IN
, side of Khartum?" 1 tlWpUUHC 1JU.
"lliose hle-seu printers want a nurse
' to look after them." said the foreitrn edi
tor uneasily. '!3.i!!!ijtS)!iiJliiiJ3IJ3rftSJ!3i
J. J.Brasaemle s
5c and 1 Oc Store,
( P. U. sjinith's old stand)
"The Big Store of Little Prices."
Visiting Elks SK.'-SfflJ
and see our big;
store. You are welome.
There's not another hou-e will otTer such
values powerful in their price suiallncss. The
dollar never accomplished -o much with its
hundred pennies since the world boijan.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
J. J, Brasacmle
P. R. Smith's Old Stand.
s 5c and
118 South Howard Street.
"And what's the meaning of this word
1'n.rtrlflcc n-s Tame e.s Chlcl.ells.
The Idea that a partridge could not
be tamed has always been a prevail
ing; one. and that, too, not without
foundation The experiment has often
been tried without any success. Mr.
Joseph Golloway of this city, however,
has made an exception to this seem
ingly natural rule. He has a number
of partridges about 2 years old which
were hatched on his premises. They
are perfectly gentle and arc as do
mesticated ia their habits as the com
mon chicken. They go about wit'l
the other fowls and In like manner
brood and raise their young. Thi3
demonstrates the possibility of what
has always been considered Impossi
ble, thinks Mr. Golloway. Morrlstown
Joseph Jefferson tells a story of a
friend of his who was playing "Rich
ard IN on the Texas frontier. When
It camp to the wooing of the Lady
Anne, an indignant cowboy jumped up
and shouted "Don't you believe him,
marm! He'e two Mexican wives
down In Ban Antonlol"
I'niirri Tliat shoulil lie cuv kcu,
Win ii .Mm are convinced that a paper
is disliui-e-t and deceitful, stop it.
When convinced that it is unclean, stop
it. When it lacks enterprise and fails
to give yon the news, stup it. Bnt don't
atop a paper that you believe to be hon
est. couriieur.s. enterpii'-ing and clean,
simplv bw.mse its editor lias written
his own simeie views, in-tead of yours
or somebody else's, for if you do yon
ate putting ii premium on insincere
'onrn,ili?iu and serving notice oil an
editor that the way to success is to
write what ho thinks will best please
his leadeis, instead of what ho honestly
believes Tb bo tha truth. Connersvillo
Daiy' on nearly every other line? 'Her
majesty's battleship Daisy has joined the
channel -tpiadnm.' There is no such bat
"Thought you wanted exclusive news."
" 'Tile Empress I ai-y has interfered
on behalf of the captured rebels.' There
is no l!mpn-ss l)aiy," said the chief im
pressively. "I can't help that." urged the boy. "I
don't make t-mpres-es."
" 'It is rumored,' read the chief. " 'that
i her serene highnes.. 'Yinepss Daisy of
Sate Meiningen is shortly to In mar
riod lo a popular London journalist.'
There is noTriU'-es Daiy of Paxe Mein
ingen, and, if there wre. sh would not
marry a popular London journalist Now,
I want to as', yo'i -eriuslv what the
deuro doe- it all iiK-an?"
'I'll tell jou." slid tb" h"y impulsively,
with a buist. "I can't keep it a s-c et
any longer. I may just as well get it oft
my mind and have done with it. Fact
of the matter i. I I'm in love."
"Love!" echoed the kief. iiattinrr his
upper lip when a inn-tai-Iie would some
day grow. "Afiaid I.d n't ipiile under
"I'm in love." r pati d the boy foreign
editur wildly, "and I don't care who
knows it. and her name's Dai-v. and I
can't think if anything ele. anil -and" -
He but st into tears.
"My pe'i- o'd chap." said the ehief, not
unkindly. "'I his is painful. I am deeply I
moved at this -nddon breaking up. Agp
has ciept upon vou with its relentless per
tinarity and has rendered you incompe
tent for the work of modern journalism.
somehow. 1 hail never thought of .vou as
an old mah, and yet"
"I- I urn nearly 15." sobbed the for
"An!" -aid the thief thoughtfully,
"when nne gets to that age. Haven't you
a handkerchief?" He took n seat on the
back of a chair and contemplated his as
sistant with a sigh of compassion. "What
can we do for you, I wonder? I don't
like to turn oft an old hand, after he has
spent his best months in our service,
without Fonic compensation."
"If you please," sobbed the foreign ed
itor, "I should rather rather like to go
back to school again."
"Strange," murmured the chief
"stiange what odd fancies the old folk
seem to get!" He turned to the boy.
"Your wish shall be acceded to." he said.
"Fortunately I have one or two application-
for your position from men who aie
doing well in the lower fourth at Kton.
and thole will. 1 think, be 'no difficulty in
filling your place. Vim -hall retire ou a
hand-ome superannuation allowance"
"Sir," said the boy, 'accept an old
"And I trust that you will enjoy the
otiuin cum dignitate that you deserve
There ale still years of life before yon
which yint can devote to some other pro
fe ion. Modern joiirnalimi at yriur time
of life i. alas, nu longer possible! Take
a i-hucoiaU cigarette before you go."
Out in the pa-sage the discharged for
eign editor met the fashion correspond
-nt. explaimd tin .-ituatiou to her and
gave her tli- -mailer half of the choco
"It- a bit of .i wiench," said Dnisy.
"but 1 tell juii whai I'll do. I'll dress my
hair differently and look as old as I po
sibi.v can- si'.v 1'!- and then perhaps
they'll give tie a letiring allowance, too.
and we can meet and"
"Ki-s." -ugge-ti'd the ex-foreign editor.
"You've taken the word from my lips,"
she said. Sketch.
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We usm- unlv the I 'est ul' material, employ thoroughly competent Bakers, are
provided with improved ovens and machinery, and we thus obtain the hest results.
Our iomls are I'm salt lv A 1.1. grocers.
143 to 149 North Howard Street.
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Every bicycle guaranteed for one year. Buy
the best always. Vou will have the benefit of
over 30 years' experience in the maKing of these
I1!! NIH V .
"You nosopie"iT'iipie Bometiines,'
said Mrs. rotirthly. "that I don't fesl
sife iu letting you go out alone "
'That is to say, my dear," replied
the Rev. Dt Fourthly, with his benev
olent smile, "when my wind .wanders,
as it does occasionally, somebody ought
to go along with it. " Chicago Trib
A Slnp h I.ntln.
Why is TiRtin taiiKht in the s-ehnols?
Because somo foolish pe'rson tnnglit it
many years ago, and other foolish per
sons haM hetu following in his foot
steps. Why don't tenchers ndopt new
plans nlicn they discover that old ones
are not MitisfaetoryV You will find prog
re1!, everywhere oveept in the "school.
There i no more e.tcu-i- for teaching
Ijatin than there is for teaching for
tune tcllin-;. Teachers have an excuse
fur teaching I.ittin. which they leanied
from other teachers, hut theie is nothing
in it. Latin in the schools is a useless
relic that should hjive been disposed of
je.irs aso. At least half tho stuff taught
iu the hchooU is useless and takes up
time that should he devoted to practical
Americans cling lo a lot of other use
le,s. foolish relics and point to them with
When either branch of congress ia in
eession after nightfall, a liugo light
gleams from the lop of ths great dome
over the capital. For many years It has
hsen the custom to burn this light en
the occasion of a night session of con
gresB Argentina, now the .Argentina R
public, owes its name to the silvery re
flection of its rlvera.
I ii i ii I in a lmmaacmmBmmmm"mm'v mmKxxm?vam
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C AND- C
i ...Toilet "Wares...
Fine Semi-Porcelain, Iron Stone China,!
Jardiniers, Berry Sets
Jrd si Large Line of rovel-fcies.
Don'l Fail to See the Display at Elks Fair,
JOS. COOK, President.
JOHN G. INGALLS, Treasurer.