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Special sale of ladies'
tailor-made suits for
.Ladies black serge suit, nil wool,
regular price $0 60.
Dark blue, (an and brown, lined
suits, extia heavy, were $7.50.
Navy blue and cadet blue suits,
satin lined, were $12.
Ladies Venetian tailor-made
suits, trimmed, were $16.50.
These garments are all big
values and have always been sola
Golf capes, double lining, also
Ladies' heavy boucle capes, all
lined, fur trimmed
also fur trim
Ladies' plush capes, braided
and plain, also fur trimming
.Don.'t fail to. see our, large
150-152 South Howard St.
For Week Ending Sept,
4 lbs S. & G's cereal coffee for25c.
5 lbs S. & G's XXXX confection
ers' frosting s.ugar for 20c.
I lb 35c good Japan tea for 29c.
II bars Kirk's Satinet soap for 25c.
IS4 lbs granulated for $1.
20 lbs white "A" sugar for $1.
22 lbs extra C for $1.
26 lbs Yellow for $1.
Remember we are selling an hon
est Rio coffee for 10c lb., fresh from
our roastery. S. & G's 25c Mocha
and Java is the best coffee we have
for the money.
Shredded wheat biscuit, Wheatlet,
Vitos, Ralston Breakfast Food,
Grape Nuts, Granose Flakes, "Whole
Wheat Wafers, Xut Shortened Bis
cuit, 13c, or 2 for 25c.
Sanitus Nut Foods, fresh from the
CHi I! JAPAN !EA II.
164 S. Howard st.
Plumbing and Heating.
Repairing steam and hot water sys
tems and steam fitting a specialty.
Engelhart & Eckart
311 fttill St.
. Don't fail to visit -Mrs. Edwards
and HarmonV Corset and Dress
making Parlors. Ladles' Tailor
made Gowns a specialty. Call for
122 S. Main St., over Eeid Bros. Shoe Store
106 East Center St.
. WON THE BEAUTIFUL
Given away during the
Akron Free Street Fair
T, HBffl X
216-218 S. Main St.
Citll and see our
beautiful line of
Stoves and Ranges
Decorated dinner sets, 100 pieces,
only $5.88, Monday the 25th at The
Herrick & Sons Co.
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WHERE WAS NASH?
Continued From First Page.
arrived from Columbus at 6:05 Sat
urday morning, and went immediate
ly to Hotel Buchtel. With Judge
Nash are his stepdaughter, Mrs.
Babcock, Columbus; Judge Cald
well, Cincinnati; H. M. Dnughtrty,
Columbus; Albert Douglass, Chilli
cothe, H. D. Manniugton, chief clerk
in the office of Secretary of State;
Col. Chas. Dick, chairman of the
State Republican committee; AV. D.
Gilbert, State Auditor: Chas. Kin
ney, Secretary of State; A. D. Alder
inami, of the State Executive com
mittee, and Cyrus Huling, of the
State Central committee.
All forenoon at the Buchtel Judge
Nash received visitors, and bad a
pleasant word and handshake for all.
Speaking with a reporter for the
Democrat. Judge Nash said: "I
am glad that 1 have in my party Mr.
H. M. Daugherty of Columbus, and
Mr. Albert Douglass of Chillicothe,
who were my rivals at the State con
vention. The party workers and
the voters are loyal to me, and I have
no doubt but that I will win with a
Referring to the appearance of
Akron today, Judge Nash said: "I
think the city is decorated beauti
fully, and I am particularly gratified
with the manifestation of friendship
that I have received from fhe
At Buchtel Hotel to Shake Hands
Many people called at the Buchtel
to shake hands with Gov. Roosevelt,
but as he had only a short time to
eat dinner and prepare for the pa
rade, he, of course, could not accede
to their wishes as much as he would
For the Visiting Newspaper Men at
At noon dinner was served to the
visiting newspaper men at the Elks""
banquet hall. An elaborate spread
had been prepared. At 12:20 Judge
Nash entered the hall and was es
corted to a seat at one of the tables.
He was warmly welcomed. He re
mained but a few minutes, it being
announced that he was called to the
Erie depot to meet the Columbus
WHAT HANNA SAID.
'Sorry for the Democrats We're
Going to Defeat Them."
Mark Hanna, as he shook hands
with the reporter for the Democrat,
said: "Well, I'm sorry for the Dem
ocrats. We're going to defeat them
Headed by the Young Republi
cans' club the parade started from
Union station for the Buchtel hotel,
where Gov. Roosevelt and Mark
Hanna are stopping. Following the
Youug Republicans' club was ithe
Great Western band of Cleveland,
heading the Tippecanoe club of
Cleveland. Following the Tippe
canoe club came the mounted escort.
Following the. escort was the Eighth
Regiment band and then came Gov.
Roosevelt and others-.
A11 along the line of march: Gov.
Roosevelt was cheered by the crowds.
He had greetings for all, and was
very grateful for the reception he" re
ceived. Delegations Arrive.
The Gruernsey county delegation
arrived at 12:15, about 500 strong,
people from Concord, Zanesville and
other points accompanied the crowd.
James R. Barr, a promiueut politi
cian was among the arrivals.
At 11:15 the Railsplittersof Toledo
arrived over the Northern Ohio.
They were led by the Marine band of
that place. Among the prominent
men wore Congressman Southward,
W. H. Swain collector of internal
revenue, Geo. P. Waldorf, C. H.
A large delegation from Pittsburg
and Youngstown arrived over the
Valley at 9:20. Col. W. C. Haskell,
scaler of weights and measures, was
among the arrivals.
Medina, Plymouth and Huron del
egations arrived at 10:10 over the
Nprthern Ohio, about 250 people and
Ate Rough on Rats.
James Donovan jr., the 19-munths
old child of James Donovan, former
ly of this city, found n box of rough-on-rats
at, Cuyahoga Falls. He ate
heartily of the poison. In a few
minutes he was seized with cramps.
Dr. Hough was called and succeeded
in bringing him around all right.
Of Herrick & Son Will
Company Incorporated With Paid Up
Capital Stock of $50,000.
The Herrick fc Sons company has
been incorporated with a paid up
capital stock of $50,000, for the pur
pose of continuing and extending the
business heretofore conducted by
Herrick & Son, 152-154 S. Main st.
The following officers have been
elected to assume the management
of the new corporation:
President, B. C. Herrick: vice
president, Hon. C. W. F. Dick secre
tary, C. 1. Brimer: treasurer, O. C.
Tim directors areB. C. Herrick, O.
C. Herrick, A. I.Lewis, V. M. Her
rick and C. I. Bruner.
The firm of Herrick & Cannon was
established thirty-two years ago and
has. always been the leading bouse in
this city in china, crockery, lamps,
etc. Since the retirement of W. B.
Cannon, about nine years ago, the
busiess has been continued by Her
rick & Son up to the present time.
In their wholesale department,
they employ six traveling sales
men, who solicit business in the
principal cities of Ohio, Western
Pennsylvania and New York, and
some of thp western states. For
many years Herrick & Son have
made a specialty of representing fac
tories in their line of trade and sell
ing their goods direct to the retail
This enterprising firm have a mod
ern, up-to-date store full of attractive
goods, the china being imported di
rect from the potteries of France and
Germany, the porcelains from Eng
land and fine glassware from Bohe
mia. Their stock of fine china,
lamps, cut glass and novelties is not
equaled outside the largest cities,
and with the thorough knowledge of
the business of Mr. 'B. C. Herrick
.and his two sons, and the 'additional
capital and push of thp new mem
bers, they fully expect to double their
business this coming year.
The new company starts out under
most favorahle conditions, and will
keep pace with Akron's most prom
With Complicity In a
Alleged to Have Taken Ring From
Finger of Susan Beatty.
Detectives Doran, DeCelle and
Walker last night arrested Curtis
Brown, who gave his business as
that of a jeweler, and Mildred Aus
tin, a saloonkeeper, of 300 Lake st..
on the charge of complicity in a dia
mond robberv which ocourred at Ak
ron early Thursday morning, says
the Leader. Brown is charged with
burglary and larceny. The specific
charge against fiim is that of steal
ing a $100 diamond ring, the property
of Mrs. Mary Souers of Carroll st.,
Akron. Mildred Austin is charged
with receiving stolen property.
The following dispatch in regard
to the robbery was received from
"Mrs. Mary Souers and her chil
dren and Miss Susan Beatty live at
No. 270 Carroll st. Wednesday night
Miss Beatty was awakened by two
masked burglars in her room. With
revolvers pointed at her head t hey
demanded money. She declared she
had none, when oue of the robbers
took hold of her hand and removed a
diamond ring valued at $100. After
warning Miss Beatty to remain quiet
the burglars went into another room
occupied by Mrs. Mary Souers. They
flashed their, revolvers and com
manded the woman to remaid quiet.
All that was secured in Mrs. Souers'
room was a revolver. The two men
Brown and the Austin woman
were arrested in tha Austin saloon.
Both were heated in one of the par
lors of the place when the detectives
entered. They asked her if she had
jewelry in her possession. She re
plied that she had about $1,500 worlh
of jewelry, and exhibited it to the
detectives. They took possession of
four solitaire rings and took them to
the station. Two of the rings wore
later returned to her and the other
two were held pending an investiga
tion. A bargain eveiy day, when you gat
Big Master Soap. Try it.
Buv it of H. Ferbstein.i
161 South Howard st.
It's a genuine Cuban!
hand-made cigar: Ferb-
I stein, sole distributor, says
it's the BfcSl sold in!
Vuelta Havana tobacco
straight ; Cuban hand
made Ferbstein distribu
tes and sells it. That's
guarantee enough for Ak
J -Just Received i
A carload of Potatoes, Onions,
f Pickels. Cabbage, Peaches, $
x Peas and Plums, which we x
J will sell at lowest market &
$ prices; also a full line of S
I GROCERIES 1
John C. Herbruck
1 86 S. Howard st. Phone 283
Mayor W. E. Young, Civil Engi
neer J. W. Payne, City Solicitor Os
born Esgate, City Commissioner
Daniel McGany, Sanitary Police
man M. AV. Hoyc, Councilmen L. H.
Amer, E. P. Sprigle, Thomas Brady,
and Frank Thompson returned Sat
urday morning from Syiacue, N.Y.,
where they attended a meeting of
the Ameiican League of Municipal-!
Best Cabinet Photos
SEE PORTRAITS IN
138 South Howard st.
TV WTTr Make a mistake or run any chance," but
111 1 i I come direct to us and get your F"all
1-fV-f1 Suit, Overcoat and
Trousers made. We guarantee
Popular Price, Latest Style, Finest Work
manship and Best Fit.
We are daily in receipt of NELXAf
NOVELTIES thus enabling us to
always have our stock complete and desirable.
Our $25.00 Suits
Are positively unequaled.
HALLER, The Tailor
175 3. Howard st.
The Herrick & Sons Co. will make Special
prices as follows for one week.
MONDAY, SEPT-...25th ON DINNER SETS.
TUESDAY. SEPT. 26th ON CHAMBER SETS.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th ON LAMPS.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th ON GLASSWARE, TUMBLERS, ETC.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29th ON CHINA PLATES, TEAS, ETC.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th ON GRANITEWARE AND HOUSE- J
Eiggest .bargains ever given in Akron on all of above. C
THE HERRRICK & SONS CO. f
Ladies' Hair Dressing
Successors to Mrs. J. N. McFer
ren. Hair dresstng,shampooing,
hair dyeing, large assortment
hair switches, pompadour rolls,
assorted variety of fancy combs
and hair tonics, etc.
Ladies' Hair Dressing
No. 1 1 1 Mill Street
Between Howard and Main sts.
WE LOAN IT ON EASY
PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND
YOURSELF OUT WE WILL LOAN
YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL
SUIT YOU LOANS MADE
ON HALF HOUR'S NOTICE.
WK will mnko lonns from Jo to $1,000 on
Watches. Diamonds Household Goods,
Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons, Carriages,
Store and Office Fixtures. Merchandise,
Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, llulldlng Associa
tion Books", Insurance Policies, Rents, Con
tracts. WITHOUT ANX PUBLICITY
WHATEVER AND "WITHOUT REMOV
ING THE II FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
ion Security l li Co.,
Nathan IVI. Boric,
193 South Howard St., gSSS
Plone 1522 and 812. Open evenlngi.
Worth double at
We Sell Cheap
Fresh bulk oysters at Fulton Mar
Firm Sale f
Akron, 0. 2
C. A. Anderson returned Saturday
from his business trip In the East.
Mr. R. C. Hill of Colorado, is vis
iting his brother, J. C. Hill of Miami
Mrs. Jacob Petri and son Otto of
Gallon, are the guests of Akron
A. G. Snow of Paulding, O., is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. R. M. Wan
aniaker, of this city.
Miss Lottie Harrier, recently with
Dague Broi. & Co.'s store, has ac
cepted a position with a Cleveland
Mr. John Kreuder of "West Market
st., who has been confined to his
house the past two weeks on account
of a sore foot, is still unable to be
Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Gulick and fam
ily, of 112 South College st., will re
turn home Monday from a three
weeks' visit at Philadelphia, New
York and other eastern cities.
Orrie Gannon,-' of Nora Springs,
Iowa, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Cahow, 2f. Howard st. He is
en route to Philadelphia, where he
will take a course in pharmacy
John B. Wright, who is on his way
to America from Europe, is prepar
ing a lecture to be delivered at the
West Congregational church for the
benefit of the Christian Temperance
Mi3s Gertrude Machal of Cleve
land, is visiting at the home of L. J.
Shlesinger, East Market st'. Thurs
day night, Miss Helene Leopold, in
honor of Miss Machal, gave a the
ater party to the Grand Opera house,
in intendauco upon the opera, "The
Jolly Musketeer," by the Jefferson
De Angelis company.
An informal receptlou was given
at Buchtel college last evening for
the benefit of the new students, thus
becoming acquainted with the old
ones. A very pleasant evening was
spent. Ices were served.
Mrs. C. M. Oberlin, U73 East Mar
ket st., entertained members of the
L.O.T.M. at her home Friday even
ing, by giving a pumpkin pie social.
The "Gypsy" quartette, that ap
peired at Lakeside casino last week
was present and entertained those
present with singing.
Of Sisters In Thirty Years Foreign
Mr. and Mrs. George Webber of
Hamburg. Germany, are visiting
Mrs. Anna Fedderson of 104 Sumner
st. Mrs. Webber and Mrs. Fedder
son are sisters. This is their first
meeting in 33 years. Mr. and Mrs,
Webber will remain in America
three months visiting friends
throughout the country.
Wells To Mr. and Mrs. Win. W.
Wells, 1211 S. Main st., Thursday,
Sept. 21, a daughter.
NO DAMAGE TJie fire Idepart
ment was called to J. J. Brasaemle's
5 and 10 cent store Saturday morn
ing. The electric light wires were
crossed. No damage.
ODD FELLOWS GOING HOME
About 200 Odd Fellows from West
ern Pennsylvania went through this
city over the'VaJley at 12:03. They
attended the convention at Detroit.
THE POOR PROFESSOR.
lie Really Needed a ShaTe, but Didn't
Want to Be fold So.
T;he professor had not been shaved
for four or Ave days owing to hard
study on a little scientific problem.
He came down from his room the oth
er morning in this condition and, not
having solved the problem, was not in
a very pleasant frame of mind as lie
put on his coat and hat to go out.
"John, dear, aren't you going to
shave before you go out?" asked his
wife in a surprised tone.
The professor growled something
about women minding their own busi
ness, slammed the door and was gone.
This was only a starter.
The professor had not gone two
blocks before a barber, standing In the
door of lift shop, hailed him thus,
"Shave, sir?" John had really Intend
ed stopping in the place; but, being
warm under the collar already, this re
mark did not cool him off. So the bar
ber lost a customer. Farther along
the professor met a friend headiug ror
a barber shop who asked John If he
was going that way.
By this time the professor was mad,
so mad, in fact, that he threatened to
annihilate the next person who re
ferred to his face In any way.
Continuing on down the street, he
met his friend Jones. Jones, notic
ing the professor's dejected look, said
as they neared a saloon: "Professor,
you need a 'raiser.' Have one with
The professor, still thinking of his
morning's adventures, thought Jones
meant "raor." lie was now hopping
mad. vThls was the last insult he
would stand. Slinging off his coat, he
made a rush at Jones. Five minutes
later they were both hauled away In
the patrol. Pittsburg Press.
"Miss Cayenne," said Willie Well
ington, "you are always laughing nt
"Thnt's very true. I'll try to unit, if
It annoys you."
"It doesn't annoy nie. I am content
to sit perfectly silent and let ' you
laugh at ine ever slnco 1 heard you say
there was nothing you were fonder of
than something really funny." Wash
M. D. Broiise, Agent, SvK
To the Readers of This Advertisement.
KLEANIT MFG. CO.
CAN BE OBTAINED AT AUCTION
, frill I Hri! Mf
We will sell- at AUCTION our large stock of l
PICTURES FRAMED and UNFRAMED, EASELS, etc. j
Goods sold at private sale at less that auction prices. j
' J. A. BRANDON & SON
205 East Market st. Everett Block-. !
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NEW MILLINERY STORE ...
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Over Eeid Bros. Shoe store,
entire new line of TRIMMED
shown. jpfifWatch this space
70U are cordially invited to inspect our f
Fall and Winter wear, embracing all (0
the noted makers of the world 9)
With increased facilities for turn- fjfi
ing out none but FIRST
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First Choice Aiways Best
Our selection of Fall Suitings is now complete. Nowhere can
you iind a better lino of Imported or Domestic Woolens than here.
All the new weaves and colorings wide and narrow stripes in
Worsteds, Cheviots and Cassimeres; in fact the latest of all Fall
TRY US FOR YOUR FALL SUIT
Wo gtinrnhteo a porfect fit. best workmanship, linings, etc.
HI. A. BORK
MERCHANT TAILOR 2 1 9 South Howard st.
Lamparter & Pfelifer's lllock opp. Cereal Mills.
. . SUITS .
Swell New Fall Waists,
Capes and Jackets
As usual, we are first in showing
the pronounced correct and ac
cepted fall styles. The finest line
of Ladies' Tailor-made Suits in
Akron; made of new homespuns,
cheviots, serges, Venetians and
coverts. Jackets lined throughout
with fine taffeta silk or satin, in
nobby double or single breasted
tight-fitting or fly-front effects.
Skirts lined throughout with best
You received a
At our booth last week.
Be sure and try it in
and ask your
grocer for it...
You Can't Do Better Than I
Buy the Best
See us before you buy
Builders' Hardware, NaUs, :
Glass, Paints, Oils, etc., 3
Sporting Goods of all kinds,
Pipe and fittings, Factory!
Our stock is extensive and wex
know we can please yon.
Rohrbacher & Allen!
Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard st.
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on Saturday, Sept. 23d. An
AND OJfTRIMMED MILLINERY will be
for announcement of opening.
. A. Little
line of IMPORTED WOOLENS for
- CLASS GARMENTS. Ave
120 South Howard st. $
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