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Without a doubt we show
one of the best lines of
crepons in the city.
48-iuch black crepons in a big
variety of patterns, mohair effects
45-inch black crepons, their equal
is not to be found at $1.2o.
46-inch black crepons at these
prices are gieit values, for wear
they are first-class.
This is our leader.. Don'1 fail to
ask to see it; 45-inches- -wide in
mohair eirect, looks almost.tthei
same as silk. ,.
In these two prices areincliiaed.
some materials tnat we nave ex
clusive right of; no other stores
show these patterns;
$2.00 $2.50 i
Mohair and silk crepons, the most
handsome of DRESS GOODS for
Latest patterns and ef-
fects are here.
Pick your choice now..
150-152 South Howard
VWE LOAN IT ON EASY
PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND
YOURSELF OUT WE 'WILL LOAN
YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL
SUIT YOU LOANS MADE
GN HALF HOUR'S NOTICE.
WE will make loans from IS to $1,000 on
Watches, Diamonds, Household Goods,
1'ianos, urgans. Morses, wagons, uarnuaes,
Store and Office Fixtures, Merchandise,
smocks, litmus, jeueirv, xiuiiaing Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies, Rents, Con
tracts. WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY
WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant PrivateOfflcesf rOJi
IX UUUU UUll
Natnan ivi. Bot-K,
103 Cmitri UnurofH Cf Ground
is-j uuuiu ixu if ai u ui Floor.-
Phone 1522 and 812.
S. & O.'s POINTERS
Thlb week's special 2 lbs. 14c coffee
without checks for 20c, will be an
opportunity for users of the packnge
coffee to compare quality and get a
coffee that has good drinking quali
ty. We carefully select our green
coffees, mill, scour and roast them In
our modernly equipped roastery. We
inite jou to buy and drink this
164 S. Howard Str'"
In Stoves Heaters and
Furnaces, and for' Lighting
ENGELHA.RT & ECKART
.Too Hot to Bake .. ,-
Your mothers baked for a FEW,
we hake for thousands. She did not
have the FLOLTR that we'have, con
sequently her Bread, Biscuits, Pies,
etc., were not as good as ours.
The Model Bakery is the place to
get the BEST BREAD made.
S. B. LAFFERTY.
and Boarding Houses
You will need an extra supply of Crockery,
Glassware, Knives, Forks, Spoons, etc., to
furnisli your tables during the STREET
FAIR next week. Call and leave your
order before the rush commences at
DERRICK & SON
Serve as Assessors.
From Doing the Work.
Built by City.
Delegates to Convention
When tire matter of appointing a
board of freeholders to assess dam
ages on Johnston st. came before the
City Council Tuesday evening Mr.
Carlton asked why the Commis
sioners couldn't serve on such boards
and thus"do away with considerable
To Mr. Carlton's question, Solicitor
Esgate replied that it would not be in
accordance with the law for , the
Commissioners to act on boards to
assess damage claims. He also said
the Commissioners may name the
members of assessing boards and the
Council vote in the matter of select
ing them. -
"This information was satisfactory
to all, and the resolution to appoint
the board passed. Committee
named: B. F. Clark, Jas. Hallinan
and Henry LeRoy.
-Citizen George Crisp was present
and objected to any measure that
would in any manner retard the work
of improving Johnston st. He was
opposed to the appointing of another
board to assess damages on the
'Ivan Myers, of Broad st., was pres
ent and asked lhat he .be exempted
from liability to pay"the auditors'
fine, which would occur in event of
his not meeting tax payments to con
struct the sewer on Broad st. He
also asked for time in which to
watch certain developments of the
improvement. His petitions were
Mr. Brady made a motion that the
matter of building a bridge across
the canal, between Bartges and Ex
change sts. be referred to the City
Engineer""and Improvement commit
Mr. Paul suggested that on ac
count of safety a bridge should be
built on Cuyahoga st., across the
Little Cuyahoga river. Referred
to the Commissioners.
The Finance committee reportedin
favor of sending the Mayor, City So
licitor, City Engineer, one Commis
sionerrther Sanitary Policeman and
suoh meirrbers of Council as could
attend ib the convention of the
Lehgue of -Municipalities, to be held
at Syracuse, N. Y., from September
19 to 23. Report accepted.
An ordinance to pay claims for the
month of August was passed.
The ordinance to amend section
H4. of the city ordinances relating to
s'p'eed of Yallway conveyances within
the city limits, and which passed
second reading at the meeting a
week ago, was tabled for another
week, owing to the fact that an offi
cial of the .Northern Ohio Traction
company desires to be present when
theineasure is brought up again.
Reports and Petitions.
Citizens on North Maple st. ask
that the C. T. & V. railroad be
'ordered to build a new bridge on that
Citizens complain that the electric
lights on corner of High and McCoy
sts. and corner of High and Iron sts.
do not burn all night. Referred to
A telephone pole reported to be iu
the middle "of the sidewalk on Woos
ter tve. Beferred to the Commis
sioners. Chief of 'Police Harrison reported
109 arrests during the past month.
Time asked by the Street Commit
tee in the mattter of widening Gale
Time asked by the Sewer and Wa
ter' Course committee in the matter
of arranging a svstem for the con
struction of sewers. The Committee
will meet with the City Commission
ers m.the Council Chamber Thurs-
day evening to discuss the matter.
Time asked by the City Solicitor
and Engineer m the matter of pre
paring a resolution lor improving
Citizens want telephone Dole re
moved from the sidewalk on East
Exchange st. Referred to the Com
Citizens want some sewer nine.
piled up on East Exchange st.. re
moved. Referred to the Commis
sioners. Some loose brick, limbb of trees
and other-rubbish reported to be on
East Exchange st. Referred to Commissioners.
Chas. Ruttman left for Pittsburg
Sunday foe a few days' visit.
B. N. Austin, general passenger
agent of the B. & O. is in the city.
F. A. Place left Tuesday for a trip
through the southern part of the
W. E. Hardy and A. P. Eves have
returned from a bicycle trip to Mid
Joseph S. Fleischer has returned
from a several days' visit to Mt.
Misses Annie and Lottie Brandon
of Chicago are the guests of their
aunt, Mrs. W.E.Allen, 705 Bowery
Park Shepard and Chas. Bitson
left Tuesday for Columbus, where
they will play in the orchestra at
Minerva park of that place.
Misses Emma Forbes of May st.,
Muzetta and Daisy Wise of Buchtel
av. were the guests of relatives, in
Detroit Sunday and Monday.
The Cuyahoga Falls Pathfinder
lodge will give a dance at Randolph
park Thursday evening. All Path
finders in this section are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Beardsley and
family and Mr. and Mrs. John Kintz
and son Ray returned Monday from
a trip to St. Clair Flats and Port
O..M. Foncher of Chicago, is the
guest of his uncle, N. C. Foncher of
117 North Broadway. Mr. Foncher
made the trip from Chicago to Akron
on his bicycle.
Mrs. Baker, wife of Policeman
Fred W. Baker, of 1130 South Main
St., has returned home from a
month's visit with friends in Frank
lin and Oil City, Pa.
Mr. and .Mrs. Ira E. Hulinian,
Ralph and Nellie Huffman, Mr. aiuL
airs. wm. Jferry nave reiurneu alter
a four days' visit with their parents
of Hampden. Geauga county.
Dave Logan, John Sowers, Jacob
Naher and George Washington
Spidel are enjoying a two days' fish
ing trip at Turkeyfoot lake. Orders
for fish can be left at 517 and 519 E.
Justice P. H. Holtmauof 111 Cros
byjst., accompanied by his son, A. A.,
are , off for a ten days' visit with
Pennsylvania friends. They will
likely spend a few days in Philadel
phia before their return.
Albert Hale, secretary of the Sum
mit County Agricultural society, is
attending the State fair being held
at Columbus this week. Mr. Hale,
for the past four years has been a
member of the State Board of Agri
culture. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weyrick of
Marion, Ind., who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Albert Zschech of
130 Pearl street, has left for Indiana
and Michigan, where they will visit
lelatives and friends. From there
they will return home.
Mrs. S. G. Anger and Miss Nettie
Anger of 302 Sherman st. left this
morning for Kilbuck, to attend the
wedding of Kent Johnson of Kenton
and Miss Harriet Duncan of Kilbuck.
Both the brids and groom were
former Buchtel college students.
Roy. T. F. Mahar, pastor of St.
Vincent de Paul's church, on Sunday
morning published for the first time
bans for the marriage of Joseph J.
Gorbach of 164 Crosby St., and Miss
Gertrude D. Wetzel of 16(5 Merrhnan
st. Both young people are clerks in
M. O'Neil & Company's store.
The following young people from
Cleveland and Berea came down Sat
urday to enjoy an evening with Miss
Fanny Falor at the old homestead,
South Mam st., prior to her depart
ure on an extended trip to Philadel
phia, Washington and New York:
Brown Benjamin, A. G. Newcomb,
Leo J. Morrissey, Misses Grace Ha
gerson, Clara Behnke, Blanch
Wm. Cochran celebrated his 62nd
birthday Saturday at his home in
Hampden, Geauga co. Notwith
standing the discomforts of the
weather, about thirty descendants
and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Cochran assembled. Mr. Cochran
was presented with beautiful and
useful presents from his children.
An uddress was given by Ira E.
Huffman of Akron, followed by a
very acceptable recitation by little
Myrtle Potter of Cleveland. Dan
cing, cake walk aud other amuse
ments were the features of the occa-
The reception given to Rev. J. F.
Thompson by the Universalist
church will be iu the church chapel
from 8 to 10 Thursday evening. All
members of the parish and all other
friends of Rev. Thompson are cor
Clyde In Akron, O., Sept 3, to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Clyde, :U0 S.
Main st., a son.
Williams In Akron, O., Sept. 3,
to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams, 120
Park st., a daughter.
Milleh In Akron, O., Sept. 2, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Miller, 116 Prince
ton St., a daughter.
Lkkoxdk In Akion, O., Sept. 6,
to Mr. and Mrs. David Lekondp,202i
Hollnway st., a daughter.
Monroe In Akron, O., Sept. 8. to
Mr. and Mrs. William Monrop , 105
Cross fit., a son.
Replenish your tables with crock
ery, glassware, knivos, forks hih!
spoons before the btreet fair.
Herrick & Son.
on TAN and all other
Elegant fall goods now
arriving no advance
Remember our stock
Reliable goods at right
143 South Howard st.
Cali on us for..
Natural gas appliances
a specialty. Come and
see stoves in operation.
173 S. Main st.
To be able to give you
the best quality of school
shoes ever offered at the
prices we are quoting.
Send your boys and girls
here and let us fit them
with reliable school shoes.
Special sale of Trunks
and Satchels is still go
Shoe and Trunk House
122 S. Howard St.
Shirt Waist Sets, Cuff
Buttons, and all kinds
A. A. Besawt
1 86 S. Howard st. Phone l 744.
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For Summer Difficulties.
Our supply of medicines and
healthful foods for the care aud
nourishment of the baby is large and
All the Soothing Remedies
So ossentiul to the comfort of the
tired and drooping mother, we kep
in the best form".
Our prices are moderate, our goods
pure and reliable.
Dead at the Door of
Annual Reunion of Lockert Family at
Richfield Barn Burned.
Richfield, Sept. 6. Mrs. For-
sythe, a resident of Richfield Center.
dropped dead Saturday evening
aDOUt t o'ciock at tnc door of Mrs
LEyman's, a neigbbor. Death was
due to hemorrhage of the lungs. Her
husband lives in Cleveland.
Mr. Chapman is still very low with
cancer of stomach.
Samuel Clark's barn burned Fri
day. Nothing was saved. His horse,
carriages and hay was destroyed. It
is not known how the Are originated
Mr. Clark was badly burned trying
to save nis property.
Mrs. Reed's new house at the Cor
ners is nearly completed.
Mrs. Will Lewis of New York re
turns to her home this week. She
has been spending her vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
The third annual reunion of the
Lockert family was held on East hill
at the home of E. D. Hancock Fri
day. There were 80 present, all de
scendants of grandfather James
Lockert. There was one great
great grandchild present the infant
child of Park Welton, who lives at
409 Locust street, Akron. Grand
father Lockert came to Richfield in
1833 and located at the northeast cor
ner of Richfield township when it
was a wilderness. By his own ef
forts he accumulated quite a fortune.
He lived to the age of 90 years. The
dinner was served under a very large
tent in the yard. '
Among the prominent guests were
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Wilcox and Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. Hanson of Cleveland,
ana Airs, money .rowers or Usborn.
An interesting program was carried
out. Itconsisted of violin solos, sing
ing, select readings, and an address
by F. N. Wilcox, a poem by Dr.
Hanson, and closed by singing two
favorite hymns of grandfather Lock
ert's. The reunion will be held next
year, September 2, at Lorain Lock-
Edward Leopold, butcher, filed a
deed of assignment in Probate court
Wednesday afternoon. His assets
amount to $S0o. 7
For fine plumbing call on O. Ml
Oberlin for prices.
Miss Daisy Smith, who has been
visiting here the past week, returned
Those who went to Highland park
Sunday and heard Elder Dubbs ser
mon express themselves as being well
Joseph Hose of Butler, Ind., is
visiting his many frieds here.
Wm. Goodenberger -and wife, of
Canton spent Sunday at the home of
Many of the young people of this
place expect to participate in the
6treet parade at the Fulton street
fair next week.
The schools of Green township
begin on next Monday.
People wishing to make cider here
can do so on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Fridays of each week.
The Buchtel reunion was well at
tended and all report a good time.
It- means the Boys and
Girls will begin their
studies again. Come
here and get
The kind that look well, wear
well and still are not exorbi
tant in price.
Remember our leaders in
Ladies' Shoes, noted for
Style, Fit and, Comfort,
Unexcelled, for which
have the exclusive sale.
A FULL LINE.
GOME AND SEE THEM.
M. T. Cutter & Co.
110 South Howard st.
Dr. 0. E. Bell Becomes Associated With Dr. Ramsey.
The Association of These Physicians Will Establish a Permanent Institution in This City
For the Treatment of Chronic Diseases The Institution will Hereafter he Known as
The Ramsey Medical Institute Their Offices in the Everett Block Will be Open
Week Days from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings
From T to 8 p.m.
DR. W. C. RAMSEY.
I am pleased to introduce to my
patients and the people of Akron and
vicinity my associate physician. Dr.
O. E. Bell, who is a thorough, relia
ble and successful physician and
specialist. It gives me pleasure to
state further that he is a pleasant,
courteous and conscientious gentle
man. Our business will be conduct
ed under the name of Ramsey Medi
cal Institute, and patients visiting
the office will be able to see person
ally and Consult with either of us, or
both, if they desire. lam also pleased
to state further that by the associa
Who Passed the Exami
Increased Attendance at the Schools
on Opening Day.
The following: named city teachers
passed the examination held at the
High school building Saturday:
Ella M. Osgood, Louise B. Clark,
Rosetta L. Jenness, Hannah T. Al
exander, Gertrude Tibbals, L. D.
Slusser, Harold B. Reed, Jessie M.
Smith, Esther F. Dodge, Elsie M
Seiberling, Grace L. Flower, Ethel
M. Foster, Florence G. Stevens, Har
riet L. Mackey, Ida J. Matz, Lucy
B. Sutton, Pearl G. Myers, Arthur
H. Mabley, Mary B. Conger, Ethel
Sutton, Sophia Wachner, DeEsta
Cook, Frederica Crispin, Mattie L.
Hinman, Eloise A. Bell. Mabel E.
Brookman, Grace C. Sylla, Flora A.
Freker, Fannie M. Cook, Neva G.
Schuman, Mrs. Georgia Lent, Albion
M. Dyer, Irving R. Garbutt, Mary
A. Stanley, Perry J. Fish, Mrs.
Grace J. Whiteman,InaE.Blodgett,
W. H. Anderson, Emma Kling, Sue
Dittman, Emily G. W. Rowe,
Mary F. A. Wesener, Nellie B.
Guise, Maud Winship, Clara L.
Parisette, Margaret McCall, Ruth
Leopold, Bertha E. Lamb, Mary C.
Smetts, Frederick L. Brown, Eliza
beth E. Berry.
The general attendance at all the
schools of the city Tuesday was such
as would indicate a material increass
in the population of the city. In
each school the first day's attend
ance was an increase in number over
opening day last year.
CLEANING UP The Buckeye
office is receiving a thorough clean
ing. FUNERAL SERVICES Funeral
services over the remains of Mrs.
Lizzie Hall, wil be held at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
M. Evans, 207 Silver ht., Thms-
day afternoon at t o'clock.
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY
A petition in bankruptcy was filed
iu the Federal court of Cloveland by
Richard Mead of 518 South Main St.,
Tuesday. Tho assets are $2,47(5.89,
and liabilities 5o0.00.
Secure your Star course tickets.
Ten great attractions to be given at
the Grand Opera House for fl.
Tlir Pitrlnlnii Audience.
"Were you present uheu that wit
ness testilied In the Dreyfus case?"
"Yes. It was inspiring, nis enuncia
tion w us good, his gestures superb aud
UIs costume appropriate."
"But did ho tell the truth?"
"Why, you don't expect one to notice
everything, do you?" Washington
Jones How did you manage to get
through that crowd so quickly? It took
me Dearly an hour.
Brown You lemember that cigar
you ravo me this morning?
Jones Yes; but
Brown Well, I was smoking It
Cpa anil Donna of Life.
Mrs. FlrstUoor (De Fashion Hats)
Oh, Mrs. SecondCoor, Is It true your
sou has married above him?
Mrs. Socondfloor (vrceplng) Boo,
hool We're all disgraced. -He's mar
tied boo, Uoo! a fifth floorer. v-
THEY TREAT AND CURE
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pleurisy, Incipient Consumption,
Weak and Sore Eyes,
Indigestion, Chronic Dysentery,
Nervous Diseases, Blood Diseases,
Kidney Disease, Skin Diseases,
Diseases of Women and
Other Curable Chronic Diseases.
tion of Dr. Bell we will be able to
open our office every day in the week
(except Sunday), and every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday even
ings, thus giving all an ample oppor
tunity to visit our offices at a time
most convenient to themselves.
The establishment of a permanent
institution of this kind in the city of
Akron affords an opportunity to all
chronic sufferers to obtain superior
treatment here at home, and at a cost
easily within the reach of all.
Consultation and Examination Free.
Treatment and. Medicines Reasonable.
full line of these.
Jahant Air Blast is the
1 LJ, HEFI
Sanitary plumbing, heating and gas
"General Repairing Promptly Attended
204 AA. Market st.
Albert Ratisch, a half witted boy,
was arrested Wednesday afternoon.
He admitted stealing a horse from
John Ritzmun, Tuesday night. He
also stole $10 from his mother,
horse was sold for $G.
Replenish your tables with crock
ery, glassware, knives, forks and
spoons before the street fair.
Herrick & Son.
The fall style...
Are now in stouk. These ladies' shoes are not
equaled for stylo and quality at the prices.
i Sterling, all styles and one price
i Regina, the queen of all,
If you want a Tan Shoe
them tor a little less than any
We give an Unclo Sam
pair of boys' or girls' shoes.
DR. O. E. BELL.
If you lire at a distance
symptom blank, free.
Address all communications to
Rooms 411 to 413
Everett Block, Akron, Ohio.
Consulting .Physicians W. C. Ramsey,
M.D., 0. E. BELL, M.D.
Office hours: Week days, 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday evenings, 7 to 8 p.m.
166 South Howard St.
PLAITS AHD 1 ALL WORK
Hie l. B. Si Co. Mercer and Col-
Now is the time to have your boilers
examined and repairs made
Res. TeL 747.
203 East Market SI
fitting. A com-
If you are Interested In
GIVE US A CALL
Crown and Bridge Work can't be beat.
Prices are consistent. Gold fillings $1
and up. Best teeth $8.00.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms
126 South Main st
Open evenings. Sundays 10 to 1.
Star course tickets are now on sale
at Grand Opera House box office and
by canvassers. Tickets for this en
tire course of ten attractions sell
for f 1.
BURNED OUT A telephone in
the home of W. W. Mcintosh, 209
Yale St., was burned out Tuesday
evening. Slight damage resulted.
You will miss the musical treat of
your life if you don't hear Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Diamond at SuannitLake
Park this week. Take Rapid Tran
or an Oxford, wo will sell J
other nouse. a
Tablet FREE with every i
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