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Each and every garment in our
muslin underwear department is
guaranteed to be made of choice
muslins and cambric, properly
made and good fitting in every
10c for a plain muslin corset
cover, made from good material,
in high neck.
12c, square neck corset cover,
made of a fine cambric, plain.
15c, trimmed coiset covers, 'with
lace or embroidery, square or V
25c, we have an enormous line
at this price, almost any style of
trimming and shape.
Sl'c, all cambric corset covers,
with lace or embroidery trim
ming, all the best shapes and
styles, our better grades are 50c
WHITE MUSLIM SKIRTS
50c, plain and trimmed white
skirts, full made, well cut and
75c, lace and embroidery trim
med skirts, with dust ruffle,.
$1 to $2, in this line we have a
big variety of well-made gar
ments; you can scarcely believe
they can be sold for such prices
when you see the workmanship
39c, Bessie, drab, made of good,
strong jean, equal to any 50c cor
set in the market.
50c, high and low bust corset.
white, drab and black, extra
7oo v. fc u. uorsets, America's
leading corset, in white and
$1.00 Kabo Corsets, Thompson's,
E. & G., American Lady, Dr.
Warner's etc. These are all hijrh-
class goods and made by the best"
150-152 South Howard St.
We Will Not !
Carry Over j
Made on the Second Floor of M.
0'Neil & Co.'s Store.
The large cloak, fur, skirt and
manufacturing departments on the
second floor of the aI. O'Xeil & Com
pany's store, are undergoing marked
improvements at present. In the
sales rooms the floors are being car
peted,and here and there touches
added that not only provide conven
ience,, but also give an air oi beauty
and style to the entire room.
Under the efficient management of
W. T.Tobin, who has the oversight
of the entire second floor, the busi
ness has increased within the past
few years and so rapidly that it has
been found necessary to add to this
department a genuine and modernly
equipped manufacturing department
from which anything from the most
stvlish and costly garments for wo-
I men and girls down to the plainest
costume may be turned out at tlie
lowest popular prices.
This fall Mr. Tobin expects to have
50 persons, men and women, working
in the manufacturing department.
Work- in this department will be
under the supervision of a thoroughly
competent tailor and tailoress, who
are originators and designers, having
had many years experience in rsew
York, Chicago and Cleveland.
The machines in use in manufac
turing departments are all of the
most improved Singer pattern. All
are run by an electric motor, the
electricity being produced by M.
O'Neil & Company's own dynamo
located in the basement of the build
ing. Machines with single needles
make 2,800 stitches a minute. There
is a double stitching machine in the
department which makes 5,600
stitches per minute and shortly a
machine will be put in that will have
five needles and make 14,000 stitches
Visitors to the second floor should
not forget to notice particularly the
skirt department. Here skirts are
made from the latest French models
direct from Paris, showing the very
latest creations in tailored suits,
evening costumes and street dresses.
Customers buying dress goods at the
M. O'Neil fe Company store may
have the material made into skirts,
or other articles of apparel, in the
manufacturing department, where
the work will be done at the very
lowest rates. The style of workman
ship on women's suits or skirts will
b&filual to that of skirts formerly
w?.at this store at $47.
Visitors are always welcome in
any of the departments of the big
store, but the design of this article is
to impress upon the readers the rad
ical changes and improvements be
ing made on the second floor. Mr.
Tobin Is a man of much experience
in the mercantile business. He has
been with the M. O'Neil fc Com
pany's store for 21 years, starting in
as cash boy June 23, 1878. For 15
years he was m the omce depart
ment, but since the death oi air. jl
J. JJyas, a former partner
store, January, 1892, has had
of the position made vacant
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Fresh from the Elgin Creameries Daily None Superior.
Nil Ik. Mils, I
Walter Baker's Cocoa.
Kagle Conden-t-d Milk..
Java Coffee ...
A. & P. 'Oats ....
H. O. Oats
I2c to 20c
3Sc to 70c
..25c to 30c
a. a p.
Grandmother's A. & P. Salt
Klngsford's Corn Starch ...
A. &. P. Corn Starch
Good rice. 1 lbs
A. & P. Gelatine
Hunkers Chocolate ., .
ISirul Condensed Milk, two van-
ltoyal.CIevcland and Dr. Price"? Bak-
lns; Powder . ........
A. & P. Baking Powder
7c .Ammonia IOe
7c (Coleman's Mustard
. 25c iA 4 P Mustard
ISciA t P Ginger....
ACic iA 4 P Cloves
rVl a & P Allsolce .
35c iA & P Cinnamon. 27
A Xr P 'PYtrortc J'lnoP IOc I5c
Duryea's Starch. 3-lb. box
Best Rice. 8 pounds
India Ceylon Tea, pound
Soda or Salaratus . ...
Green Label Ketchup
9c or 3 Cans 25c. A. & P. ?SL?S 5c. lb Huyler's Cocoa 22c
Pearl and Flake Tapioca..
Lea A Perrin's Sauce, J pint....
Courtenay's Original am
Knsllsh Breakfast Tea
5c IMilkmnld Condensed Mllk.
sjo Japan lea.
Burnett's Extracts, Vanilla.
EL RYAD COFFEE, GENUINE ARABIAN, 35c PER
Genuine, y. pt12c Elastic Starch
85c to 70c Santos Coffee
Sioux Gloss Starch. 3 pounds 10c I.X.L. Starch
Then Xectnr Tea 60c Java and Mocha Coffee ....
iiuiiicii xAiiuuis, Lciuuii .. ................M.im ijnri a uiiiH.uiiiLCHa
2Se Young Hyson Teas..
I D Finest Arabian Java and Mocha
UD' Coffee Imported. TEST IT.
.Wc to 70c
.15c to 20c
.25c to 80c
.85c to 70c
' 1 1 ail 1 B(bJI'y Tw 13 IAfl
148 South Howard Street,
Next to Boston Store.
ONE PAIR OF
Tan Oxford I
If prices will sell them.
Oxford at .
Shumaker & Coj
121 South. Howard st.
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
Dague Bros. & Co. i
Our new fall silks are on sale today. Every
thing new that the market produces.
Put in our already large atock. BLACK SILKS of every
grade and style, PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS SILKS, WAIST
SILKS, LINING SILKS, TAFFETTA SILKS, PLAIN COLORED
SILKS, TAFFETTAS, PEAU-DE SOIES,CRYSTALS,DUCHESSES,
ETC. FANCY SILKS, CORDS STRIPES, ETC. in endless
Your silk wants can be well supplied from our
Prices Are Just Right Guaranteed
Convention Will be Held
Sons of St. George Obtain Recogni
tion For Akron.
Akron -was selected as the place
for holding the next annnal session
of the grand lodge of the Sons of St.
George. by the delegates to this year's
convention in "Youngstown. The
meeting will be held the second
week in August. 1900. Members of
the order from all sections of the
state, will be in attendance.
Mrl W. J . Butcher, delegate from
the Akron lodge, Fred Stork, grand
secretary, Joseph Hugill, grand
treasurer, "Win. H. Bailey, and other
grand lodge members returned from
Youngstown this morning.
About COO people will attend the
convention here next year. The Ak
ron men who attended the conven
tion are entitled to credit for their
efforts to have the convention
brought to this city.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
-If 0 do not miss-
os. & Co.
Means a $2 Hat for $1.60.
A $12 Fall Overcoat for $9.60.
It brings an All Wool Covert Overcoat,
made to $5.30.
Our fine $18 Suits $14.40.
You know what it means four-fifths of the value of
the best clothing in town.
in the Clothing' Line,
120 Main Street.
Assault Made on
We have just received another car load of
And place them on sale at once.
.Our .French plate suit at
Is a winner.
New Dining Chairs
All &o 4it clearance sale
In our Carpet Depart
ment, our all wool carpet at
Cannot be duplicated.
save you money.
THP1 ThP 1
Btoala nJEanallB a
154-156 South Wain street
And Tracy Block, Barberton, Ohio.
Found In an- Empty Box Car Head
About 2 o'clock Friday at Sterling,
O., Conductor Brumbaugh on Erie
train No. &5, found in a N.Y.L.E.&W.
box car No. 23,283, an unknown man
in an unconscious condition.
The car was standing on the tracks
at Sterling. Every indication points
towards an attempt having been
made to murder the man, as his head
was badly bruised and his face was
cut in places. Jiy nis side lay a
coupling pin which was covered with
The man was reasonably well
dressed. He was turned over to the
township authorities at Sterling.
When last heard from the man had
not yet recovered consciousness, and
it it is thought that death will soon
A" yd iiothing has hem discover
ed I iv which the man mav he identi
"L'm afraid Carrie will disgrace
the family, William." "What has
she been up to now?" "Why, I gave
her a quarter to bny a scrap book."
"Well, what did sho do?" "Brought
home a book called "Points on
What are the gocd things of life,
BREAD AND BUTTER? Vou can
get the good bread at Model Bakery,
. "The world is mine!" exclaimea
Alonte Cristo, just before the cur
tain fell. "Say," yelled .a Spaniard
from the gallery, "are you the feller
they call Uncle Sam?" Chicago
Model Bakery makes good bread,
good cake, good pies, good goods of
all kinds. Why not go or send direct
there and get some of the good things
of life. Phono 304.
S. B. LAFFERTY.
Elected Officers of the
Ninth 0. V. I.
VeieraiiB of tho Twenty-ninth O.
V. L, in annual reunion at Warren,
held a camp-fire Thursday night.
Addresses were made bv Mavor C.
W. Waid and W. E. Roberts of War
ren; Mrs. Sarah Battels, of Akron;
Colonel Edward Hayes, of Washing
ton; Judge T. E. Hoyt, of Ashtabula;
and Captain E. Burridge, of Mentor.
After deciding to meet at Wads
worth 'next-year, officers were elected
as follows: President,'!'. W. Nash,
of Akron; vice presidents, Walter
Randall, of Copley, F. O. Weary, of
Akron; recording secretary, B. F.
Manderback, of Akron; correspond
ing becretary, J. B. Storor, of Alsron ;
treasurer, E. Burridge, of Mentor.
In Stoves Heatc-rs and
Furnaces, and for Lighting
ENGELHART & ECKART
Wo are headquarters for the best
unpolled Olive Oil mat Olive Soap
direct from the orchard in my native
home, Sparta, Greece. If you want
pure goods don't fail to try these.
N. Uaskaris Co.
Phono 28!). IC.2 S. Howard st.
Continued From Second Page.
was very neatly uniformed in tho
llaccabeo colors and gave splendid
exhibitions. The judges finally de
cided to give first prize $25 to the
Busy Bee Hive of Akron and second
prize $15 to the Union Guards of
Cleveland. The decision met with
universal favor. Owing to the late
ness of the hour tho exhibition drill
given by the Pearl division of tho
Uniformed Rank of Cleveland was
Mr. M. O'Neil returned from New
The Heintz family reunion was
held at Silver lake Thursday.
Miss Anna Schooler of Cleveland
is the guest of Miss Anna Emerman
at 104 East Cedar st.
Miss Mary Wall of Wadsworth is
a guest at the home of Harvey M.
Hollinger on Cobb av.
The Misses Pearl Hartel and
Mayrne Manter of Doylestown, call
ed on Akron friends Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little are at
t mding the Smith-Little family re
union at Garretsville today.
The ninth annual reunion of the
Smith association will be held at
Silver Lake, Saturday, August 19.
Mrs. Max and Mrs. Morris Soiger
of Alliance are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Kraus at 550 West Market st.
Mr. and Mrs. John Flath and
daughter, Miss Mabel, attended the
Maccabee picnic at Silver lake
Miss Bessie DeHaven of Akron
has been the guest of Fulton friends,
who have made it pleasant for her.
Canal Fulton Sginal.
Mrs. Jennie Wellock of South Main
st. will leave Saturday morning for
West Salem, where she will attend
the Evangelical camp meeting!
Mrs. B, F. Davis and granddaugh
ter, Miss Birdie Baumann, have re
turned home after a four weeks' visit
w.th relatives in Montgomery City'
Miss Vone Browne of Wellington,
is visiting at the home of her cousin,
Mrs. B. F. Showalter, 746 Sumner
st., and attended the Browne reunion
at Blue Pond, Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mason and
daughters, Kittie and May, of Co
burn st., Miss Bertha Pisel of Good
rich st., and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pal
mer of 118 Fay st., have returued
from a pleasant visit at Niagara
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Manthey of
E. Crosier st., entertained the young'
people of St. John's Lutheran
church Wednesday evening. The
lawn was tastefully decorated with
Japanese lanterns and various out
door amusements were enjoyed. Re
freshments were served.
Mrs. N. C. Fancher, Mrs. J. B.
Looker and Mrs. H. S. Diller, of 117
North Broadway, returned home
Friday morning from Chicago,where
they had enjoyed a week's visit with
friends. Mrs. Fancher was accom
panied homo by her neice, Miss Inez
Alexander and Mrs. Looker by her
daughter, Miss Adelaide.
Messrs. W. T. Tobin, manager of
the cloak, suit, fur and manufactur
ing department of the M. O'Neil &
Co., A. M. Barber, buyerfor the gen-tlemen's-furnishiugs
department, F. W. Pickup, buyer for
the house furnishing department,
and J. D. Chandler, buyer for thq
books and stationery department,
left for New York this morning.
They will go from Cleveland to Buf
falo and from Albany to New York
by boat. Miss Lizzie Hallinan, of
me M. O'Neil & Co., will leave for
Now York the first part of the week
to buy laces.
Reunion of Smith Family.
The fifth annual reunion of the
Smith family was held Thurdayat
the residence of Wm E. Heimbaugh,
South Main st. A good attendance
was had, there being about 70 per
sons present. The main features of
the day was the dinner, which was
served under a tent, which was
pitched for tho purpobe. After din
ner a short program was enjoyed.
The election of officers followed.
Henry E. Shook was elected presi
dent; Mrs. Emma Reeser, secretary
ana treasurer; miss una JNcw, His
torian. All partook of watermelon
and bananas, after which the as
sembly began to disperbe. Among
tne out-oi-iown guests were jonn
Smith, of Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs Geo. New of
HartvlllejMrs. Radel arid daughter,
Amelia, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith ;
the Misses Samantha, Eva, Ida and
Mr. Ira Smith and Emma Bowon of
Canton; Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoovorjof
Uniontown; PdVry Moore of Green
town; Mrs. Einina Reeser of Moga
dore and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Porter
of Kennerdell, Pa. AH enjoyed
themselves and it was decided to
hold the next reunion at the resi
dence of George New at Hartvillo,
on the third Thursday in August 1900.
TOCKET PICKED Mrs. George
Craig of Atwater, O., was relieved of
her pocketbook containing $16, at
Silver lake Thursday. Tho money
was stolon from her dress pocket.
SATURDAY SPECIAL SALE
CMldren's Fine Suits
Suits worth $4.50 to $6.00, Saturday Only
Suits worth 3.00 to 4.25, Saturday Only
Suits worth 2.50 to 2.90. Saturday Only
15 doz. Knee Pants, worth 40c. Saturday Oniy
REMEMBER THIS REMODELING BUILDING SALE
WILL NOT CONTINUE MUCH LONGER.
Star Clothing House
HALL'S OO RIM ELK.
;Our Line Of-
Natural Gas Ranges and Heaters
Is Very Complete
Call and see them in ACTUAL OPERATION.
173 South Main Street.
200 Pairs of Ladies' $3 and $4
Tan Shoes at
Up-to-Date Shoe and Trunk
House, 122 S. Howard St.
TmCTM WsTMStfT gmfe
Natural Gas Stoves &mitioa
Detroit Hot Plates
The Jahant Furnace
Old Style Tinware K
These are all first-class articles. GOOD GOODS are
always cheap, and WE GARRY THE BEST. Our guarantee
goes with everything.
166 South Howard St.
A Healthy Mouth
Sweetens the whole system, with
out good teeth a healthy mouth
is impossible. If your teeth re
quire the services of a dentist see
us at once.
No Charge For Examination
PREMOS, BOPEEPS, POGOS, RAYS AND EASTMAN KODAKS
But little used, good as new, at great bar
'SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON NEW CAMERAS.
Our MECHANICAL PLATE CYCLONES and VIVES 12 pictures in 12 seconds
are une wonders 01 tne closing century, i'noto supplies of every descrip
tion, wholesale and retail. Use of dark room and instructions free.
When other teeth are ordered.
Crown and bridge work (or teeth
without plates) our specialtv.
All Our Work Guaranteed
Fillings 50c and up
Gold Crowns ... $5.00
Full Set of Teeth $6.00
New York Dentists
. m 148 S. Main st.
Hours 8 to 8 daily, Sundays 9 to 1
Dales & Son,
228 South Main Street, Akron, O.
H0H. C. R. GRANT, Prest.
EON. GEO. W. srEBZR, General Counsel.
W. C. MARPLE, sec'y and Gen. Mgr.
JOHIf MOTZ, SR., VIce-Prest.
W. A. McCLELLAN, Treasurer.
A.Z. HERZER, Auditor and Actuary
O-ffico, cor. iVIill and Main, Buohtel Hotel.
Capital subscribed and in force $2,500,009.00
Cash capital paid in . . . . 200,000.00
Money loaned on real estate, on easy pavinent.- and low rates of inter
est. We have a limited amount of paid-up and iustallnientVtoek which
pays 7 per cent.; payable semi-annually in cash. V pay 4 per cent, for CC
days and 5 per cent, for six moiitlis or longer on deposits, rieo u before
iiMtiwug, ,um luiniipcuiuiunuuii isn 10 ine.sr. or oorrow niono .
We have just received a new ship
ment of fine glassware. Come and
see what beautiful goods yon can
purchase at astonishingly low prices
at J. J. Brasaemle's 6c and 10c store
(P. E. Smith's old stand), No. 118 S.
CROUP Tho residence of Chas.
Garrett, 1063 S. Main st., is quaran
tined on account of membraneous
On All Summei
Gasoline Stoves, Lawn Mowers, Lawn Hose, Ice Cream
Freezers, Garden Tools, Screen Doors
and Window Screens.
Ae Aro Headquarters for
Sherwin-Williams Co.'s Paints, Stoves and Ranges, Roofing
and Spouting, and a general line of Hardware.
t iCTSEE US F-OR ESTTIIVIATES.
HARTER & MILAR
Howard and Market Stre
The oldest hardware stand In the oltv.
STOP THAT HURT !
For every pain there Js a remedy
For every ache there Is a cure.
When you have anything out of
ordor the best thing to do is to get
the remedy to overcome the trouble.
We have the right thinfc to dispel
your ailments. Got it quick when
you need It, or buy it and havo It on
hand for an emergency.