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'Specials for
: Saturday.
Take a look into oar Cloak De
partment and see our display of
Coats, Suits and Capes.
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At $10.00
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Ps-PC3- S13 ten and castor browns; all
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i JS, ". ' Clrilf nnrtaa In trrnfi: T-nrinfcv. Yon
V &. i can Tiave them with a kersey body
l ij -nlflia Jinnri ana rinnle. or mam
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.... .. At $10.00 to $25.00
5S-r -1 . . TTn-tn.i1n.tfi. KfcvHRh suits, made of
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laiybU UU1U1J11&3 Ul UUIliCOUuai
l-also Knickerbocker efEects, all
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it-wear in camel's nair or naiuwu
' grey, -wortn sue
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i i "Men's camel's hair underwear, all
sizes, nice and warm.
) At 75C
' Ladies'Jnatural camel's hair and
scarlet wool underwear in vests
and pants.
' ' At $U9
JQadies' natural union suits, a
splendid garment lor the money;
won't shrink.
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Boys' underwear, fleece lined, for
6 years to 16 yearsy all the same
'price, j
At 12Kc
Black bicycle hose, double knees,
'heels and toes made to hold
healthy children.
1 ' At 12JC
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Toadies' black hosiery, heavy
I fleecelined,guaranteediast black.
At $1.00
Onf nonular kid cloves at 41 are
increasing in favor every day. We
guaranteed this srlove. Ask for
theP. & L. S clasp or lacing, all
! Shades.
j 150-152
South Howard St.
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JIs not too soon to be
prepared for snow
storms and wet
weather.
"We are showinp
a special line of
New New New
Styles, Lasts, Qualities,
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Let ub lit you in -winter
shoes.
Our prices are popular.
You get reliable goods
iere. Always guaranteed.
Special low prices on
Trunks and Satchels.
fcED) BROS.
Up-to-Date
Shoe and Trunk House
122 S. Howard St.
FISH-FRY !
Bon't forget to attend the Pish
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Saturday Evening:, Nov, 25.
A fine Supper will be served,
Everybody invited.
MRS. McCANN,
5534 West Exchange st.
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file WEEKS MORE TO GET BARGAINS AT THE GREAT WIND-UP
Of tho Buckeye Clothing Mouso, I3S South Howard s-fc. The cold weather will be here soon and you '11 need some
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AKRON'S B0SC0
Talks About His Snakes
and What They Do.
Eat But Once a Week and
Enjoy a Bath.
P. H. Masterson, Akron's Bosco,
desires to state that while there was
an attachment issued against his
property, it was not done by reason
of debts contracted by himself. He
became surety for a friend, Milton
Cole, hence the little complication.
The attachment was against other
articles than Masterson's snakes,too.
Basco declares rhat he has a superb
collection of snakes, and that the
impresion prevailing that there is "an
attachment against them is erro
neous.
"I have 23 snakes," he said,
"measuring from five to ten feet. In
the assortment are the Hammond
diamond head, turtle head, hissing
and pine snakes. The snakes eat
but once a week and drink at the
same time. ' I feed them live birds,
mice, rats and frogs, and they drink
either milk or water. They will not
eat anything dead it must be alive
and kicking, without spot or blem
ism. With the exception of the pine
snake, all like a bath. I wash them
once a week, and they heartily enjoy
it. The pine snake is like a small
schoolboy; it hates to be washed,
and wriggles vigorously during the
proceeding.
"None of my serpents are afraid of
me, but they are cold and reserved
toward strangers, and will hiss like
escaping gas if any other person at
tempts to hundle them. I will put
a five-foot diamond head snake I've
got up against any dog in Akron,and
not be afraid of its getting hurt. It
can fight fiercely.
"Yes, oh yes! I swallow small
snakes, bite their heads off, bite
them in two and I can go on the
road with good shows whenever I
wish. My efforts as a snake charm
er and snake Bwallower have been
very successful."
EVANGELISTS
Very Favorably Received at First
Church of Christ.
An unusually large audience heard
Evangelists Scoville and Huston at
First Church of Christ last night.
As a speaker Eev. Scoville is very
energetic and aggressive. Prof.
Huston, who directed the singing,
puts a great deal of power into his
work, and is very successful in arous
ing the congregation to a spirit of
sympathy and interest in song
praise.
Eev. Scovllle's talk last night was
directed largely to the congregation,
emphasizing, the importance of unit
ed, aggressive work.JHe madejseveral
good points along this line. Said
he:
'A Buffalo pastor, whom I know,
told ine that his congregation was
divided jinto three parts workers,
jerkers andshirkers. Another pastor
toldmathathis flock consisted of
two classes1-workers and grumblers.
The workers never grumble and the
grumblers never work."
Such telling points as these natur
allyAgofar toward arousing the
members otanypastorate to a great
er degree of united and enthusiastic
work;
Eev. Tannar announced that both
he and his congregation are well
pleased with the revival services
this week. A large audience will be
present tonight.
FAIRLAWN.
The school of this place expects to
have a school exposition on Wednes
day afternoon, November 27, and a
special program in the evening, as
an observance of Thanksgiving day.
A social party of young people
from Cuyaboga Falls, spent a
Eleasant evening at the home of "E.
i. Hawkins last Saturday evening.
12. E. MdNeely, attended the
session of the meeting of commercial
and. special teachers at Akron last
Saturday.
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mi. Hio Alntliinir hiiqinnss in Akron on or about January i. 1U00.
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Walter Baker's or Hurler's Cocoa
This is not a leader for today, hut our price all the time.
Can you huy it in any store in Akron at this price?
Lea fc Perrln's Worcestershire
Sauce 23c
Courtenay & Co.'s Worcestershire
Sauce v 12c
Coleman's iSsrinrd 13c
Japan, Oolong:, Mixed, English Breakfast,
Ceylon, Young Hyson, Gunpowder.
Good Teas,
Fine Teas
Fancy Teas
3 lbs. $1.00
40c, 50c
. 60c, roc
All Goods Warranted pure and the best or
FANCY ELGIN CREAMERY AT ALMOST COST
N.B.-LOOK OUT FOR OUR HOLIDAY SOUVENIRS
1 Half Price Is too Much...
M& For a garment that don't fit. "We won't W,
n permit any one to go out of our store with a misfit. We
y& emDlov practical tailors to make all necessarv alterations.
$S handle only well-made goods,
tf in every wayas if you had paid
II for rr.
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p3 Eeliable Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. jj
8 118 and 120 Main Street, - AKRON, 0.
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And other meats
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SPECIAL'
..THANKSGIVING SALE..
Of Chinaware.
1 set of cups and saucers, worth
60c, this sale 40c
1 set of dinner plates (6 to set),
worth 00c, this sale 40c
l'set of desert plates (6 to set),
wopth 40o, this sale 20c
large decorated platters, worth
75c, this sale 40c
Small decorated platters, worth
50c, this sale 20o
Decorated fruit dishes, per doz.,
worth 50, this sale Soo
100-piece decorated dinner sets,
worth $7.00, this sale $5.93
12-piece toilet set, worth $5.50,
thissale . $3.9S
1 bowl and pitcher, worth 75c,
thissale 48c
VIERING BROS.
City 5c and 10c Store,
502 S. Main St.
Kubler & Beck Block.
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in Footwear.
Have you seon those"
Women's $4.00 Shoes going
at $2.15? ATI sizes. 2
Those Men's Vesting Topo
$5 Shoes going at $2.50, and J
many others. As passing the o
store, take a look at them in J
our window and show cases, a
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A. & P. Laundry Soap, 8 cakes for.. 25cH.O. Oats 14c
Royal Baking Powder 40c ! Eagle Brand Milk 15c
A. & P. Baking Powder 35c
Quaker Oats 10c
A. & P. Oats 9c
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EL RYAD Arabian Coffee
148 South Howard Street
Next to Boston Store.
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a tailor TWICE AS MUCH
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Days Until Thanks-givingr--
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HANKSGIVIHG Day is
drawing near, and ev
ery one is looking for
ward to it with pleasure,
anticipation of the good
time they are going to have,
at the family reunion, for it
is usually a family reunion,
and groat preparations are
being made for a Thanks
giving dinner in the old
dining hall.
Did you ever stop to think
that the dining room would
look brighter and more
cheerful with a nice new
carpet on the floor, new
portieres at the doors and
new lace curtains at the
windows?
Then there's a dining table,
chairs, sideboard, china closet
and a nice dinner set. All will
tend to make the tratherincr
pleasant.and turkey taste much
better, jli you neea any or all
of these articles, we have a very
- fine stock from which to choose,
and tne goods ana prices we
are sure will haye your approval
E. L Horn
154-6 S. Main St.
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BOYS AND CHILDREN, UNDERWEAR, GLOYES, SWEATERS, CARDIGGAN
JACIifclS, MAIS, CAFS, 5HIKI5, WC, tic.
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11. vou aou't liurrv vou'll miss tho
A. &. P. Milk, 3 cans for 25c
Elastic Starch 8c
j A. & P. Ball Blue, lb sc
9c, 12c, 15c
15c, 20c
20c, 25c
25c, 30c
25c, 30c
. 35c
Money Refunded.
SUGARS AT LOW PRICES
DELEGATES
Asked to Support Munici
pal Code Commission.
Prominent Labor Worker May Address
Akron People.
At the meeting of the Centra
Labor Union, Thursday night, dele
gates to the convention of the
Ohio Federation of Labor, to be held
at Dayton, December 5, were in
structed to support the Municipal
Code Commission recommendations;
and to introduce a resolution regu
lating the employment of motormen
and conductors on electric and cable
railways. Delegates were also in
structed to request their constituents
to patronize the friends of organized
labor.
The secretary of the C. L. TJ. was
instructed to invite Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, to come to Akron in the
near future and deliver an address.
Newly formed federal labor unions
of this city will hold an open meet
ing at Young's hall, North Howard
st., "Wednesday evening, November
29. Organized labor is invited to at
tend. A committee was appointed to
visit Akron shoe dealers and ac
quaint them with the methods em
ployed by tho Hamilton-Brown Co.,
of St. Louis, relative to its not living
up to the union scale agreement.
Delegate I. C. Secor of the Car
penUrs' union, presented the O.L.TJ.
with a now gavel.
A committee was appointed to re
port on the advisability of holding a
dance.
Barberton delegates reported hav
ing received all they asked for in
the recent strike.
Carpenters reported the meeting
held n few nights ago as being the
largest held in years. Bright pros
pects for the organization in the fu
ture are indicated.
HOT TO BE F0UHD OH EAETH.
"No, papa, I do not wish to
-marry yet. "What I want is a
man who does not drink, smoke,
chew, snuff, go out nights, gam
ble, bet, over-eat, etc etc.; in
short, a man with vno vices, and
one who is always good, and will
buy Model Bakery's home-made
candy."
"My daughter," said Mr. Du
senbury, "you are but a stranger
here, heaven is your home."
Ask your grocer and candy
stores for the Model Bakery's
home made candies, sold whole
sale and retail.
Call and see our flue line of
Fancy Box Candy. Only leading
makes sold here.
S. B. LAFFERTY,
Phone 394
106 South Howard St.
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Of, Today they represent the finest line of Men's Footwear, carried by only the fji
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j? price from $5.00 to 40.00 per pair. jyy
As a matter of style they, are the inventors of all the new popular fasts, (jl
(j such as the Bull Dog, Yiddish, Hannan, and most of the stylish lasts made by JJJ
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H) We now have in stock their new lasts in Enamel Calf, Patent Calf, Box i
i Calf, and other popular grades.
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CHAiyiPION
Pillsbury Will Play In Akron Next
Month.
The Akron Chess club has secured
a date when H. N. Pillsbury, cham
pion chess player of tho world, will
visit this city. The exact date has
not been announced but will be be
tween Dec. lo and Dec. 25. Mr.
Pillsbury will give an exhibition of
his skill in some of the halls of tho
eity.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
NOTICE.
Twmiiuvall tho old horses and mnres
that ou do not want to keep ovor winter.
It. C.Tlmincnnan,218 Furnace St., Akron,
Ohio. Tel. 320. W8 tJ
WAIfTKD Boarders wanted at 801 Pine
st., second houte north of Exchange street;
about se en minutes walk from the Kubber
shop. Ella Knox. 18C-101
WANTED Middle aged doctor, Income
19,000 yearly, nlco home, large practice
wants good natured wife. No scolds need
apply. Dr. John G., 177 East 40th St., Chi
cago, 111. IS7-1W
Real Estate and Insurance.
If you want to buy a house,
If you w ant to sell n house,
If you -n ant to borrow money,
If you want to loan jour money,
Call on E. M. YOUNG, Koom 81 Akron Sav
ing's Bank Block,. Phone 9J2.
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that vou will alwavs be satisfied with, alwavs feel com-
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Florida Excursion.
Tickets on sale daily at Erie rail
road office. Seo W. E. Langdon
agent, for routes, rates and tickets.
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Until further notice. One
third off for cash. Get one at
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228 South Main Street, Akron, O
muiners ana umnreiias,
holiday presents at
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Thanksgiving Excursion
Via Erie railroad Nov. 29 and 30, to
points within 150 miles at very low
rates. See Agent "tY. E. Langdon
for all information.
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