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Ono livo TURKEY or GOOSE given
away IF IPS E E to all customers with a
purchase of $5.00 and upwards, from
Saturday rise. 18
"Call and tret your Christmas Goose
or Turkoy free.
(!SO,QOO Bankrupt Stook of
Men's, Boy's and Children's Fine Clothing,
Ladies' Skirts, Jackets, Shirt Waists, Furn
ishing Goods, Bjats and Caps, Millinery and
Dry Goods. Goods literally given away.
Tli' Chicago Bankrupt Clothing:,- Shoe and
H t 0,'S Stock, by order of the court the
Wi o complete stock must bo sold, regard
loss of cost to pay creditors. Sale com
mences today and will continue 15 days un
til all is sold in the largo building.
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163-165 South Howard s-fc., Akron, O.
J. WI. IVIcOFSEAl- and CMAS. T. OSBORN,
Unlnuc Wny of Identtncndon.
Tlie Snuntcrer happened to lo In a
proiulueutb ink, where ho saw nn luVn
tlllcatlon effected In the. most unique.
nay jot lieaid of. A young lallintd
man came hurraing In V.HU n clictk to
cash He nns not known In the linuk
except by one man, and he, of com so,
"Well, hero's my railroad pass," said
he, producing the transportation caid
mado out In his name. "Will this do?"
Tho cashier took It and compared
the Indorsement on the back v. Ith the
writing on the pass.
"That won't do you any Rood,' b.ild
cprner Wanton nv. nna noltot,, Btclner
allotment, tot la co by iw feot,
Try to Get a Home,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Clins. A. Holloway, 143 South
D. W. Holloway, G20 South Main
st., Clarendon Hotel block.
South Main st. liakerv, COO South
Main St., fresh bread, buns, pies
and cakes constantly on hand.
Tho Akron Clothing Co., 128 S.
Howard st., ono door south of
Dodp;o's Furniture Store.
Sam Fry, 701 South Booadway,
A. D. Kllls.Chorry and Caual sts,
Coal.movlng vans, teaming and
transferring. Phone 257.
Dr. II. J. IIIIl, i.w. cor. Main and Ki.
S. K. Allen & Co., 106 B. Howard
IHnck, Tho Druggist, southwest
corner Main and Exchnntr6 st.
Tho South Main st. Dining Hall,
WW South Main st.
FIVE CENT AND TEN CENT STORES
M. Friedman, 161 North Howard
st. anil 147 South Howard st.
VInrlno;Hroi..fi02 South Main st.
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERER
C. . Onnntberlln, 170 N, Howard
St., furniture, upholstering, re
pairing and feathers renovated.
John Herbruok, 180 8. Howard.
MKJHHJrflHHUlbL JVJ?ivL rSV
3S Soixtli E!o'W"a,3?cI St., -A3s::roxi
n i A Diihhaf Cl -.
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is but a few of the Special
the owner. "All our pisses aro made
out before we get them "
"I guess It's all light, said tho cash
ier hesitatingly. "Ilaen't you some
"Well," was the answer after a mo
ment's thought, "I'o got an Itemized
dentist's bill In my pocket, and you
can compare It w Ith tho HUlngs In my
teeth," and he displayed the latter In
a broad grin, which secured for him
the money. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Made IIU Ded.
On returning from the barn early
one morning tho old man found his
House & Lot
By trading at tho stores men
tioned below you will got a
chanco to own a homo for nothing.
AsIc for Tloketa
With every cash purchase of
50c you will bo given a ticket
which may col you a homo.
t A wawnty deed given tho for-
tllnatO person holding tllO lucky
The Following: Merchants Give Tickets on House and Lot.
Fred Hnufl, 631 S. Main st.
A. Itosenfeld, 123 S. Main st.
Wiener Bros., 224 K. Market st.
John Herbruck, 180 S. Howard.
A. Whitman, 604 S. Main st.
D. L. Grimths, 1201 S. Main st.
J. H. Etllng, 1)31 Howe St.
Bonner & Thornton, Corner
Bowery aud Wooster av.
John Ttussoll, 118G Knst Market
C. G. Wolton, 112 W. North st.
Geo. liana, 127 N llowaid bt., Tel. 478.
Itohrbacher fc Allen, 170 South
S. F. Uulllford & Co., cor. Bow
erv and Bnrtges.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
William Tenlansky & Co., 101 S.
O. G. Brownell, 207 E. Mill St.,
Sheet MusIq, Mtisical Instru
mdits, Graphophones and
Helen Griffin, 121 E. Exchnngo.
A. A. Besaw. 180 S. Howard st.
STOVES, TINWARB and FURNACES
The Jahant Co., 168 S. Howard.
William P. Walker, 1187 East
Alfrod P. Walker, Corner Adams
and Upson st.
O. F. Olll, 210 W. Exchange st.
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Bargains which tor oliered at
Look For the Big Sign: RECEIVER'S 3A.L.E
wife In tenis.
"Wha'cher cryln about, McllssyJ"
" 'Notlier one uv our darters was
Btolo las' night," she sobbed.
"The redheaded unil" ho asked la
conically. "Yes pore Mag Bhe was tho best
"Uv courso. Hasn't been no other
feller waltln on her. Ain't you goln to
pursue after 'cm nn arrest 'ImV"
"Uv course not," he replied sternly.
"I'm not under obligations to help Holt
Bcuttles out uv no dllUcuIty. Let him
go ahead nnd work out bis sentence,
name's l'e been a-dolu fur the las' 40
year." New York Truth.
The Audience Got Angry
There was a scene of wild excitement
daring the last week of May, 1803, at
the Gaiety, London, and all owing to
tho eingnlar behavior of a policeman.
Two popular entertainers wcro ou the
stage, aud one of them asked tho audi
enco a little couundrura, "Why Is a po
liceman an utter scoundrel?"
A gentleman in blue who wan appar
ently on duty lu tho body of the thea
ter at once took ofleme. He jnmped on
to tbe stage and, seizing the offender,
atlompted to drag him off,
Tho audience rose In ludignation
Men shook tholr fists and bhonted,
"What has ho done?" One freiuled
yonng ledy in tho front of tbo gallery
solzod a tumbler and would have thrown
It at tho policeman if her arm bad not
Tbo policeman then dragged his cap
tivo off the stage autid tbo hieeoi and
thouta of tbe audience But auger was
speedily ohaugod to laughter when Mr
Policeman reappeared with bis vlollm
and stood rovealed as one of the Oonno
trio I never saw an audience so com
pletely taken lu. London Correspond
Ileroee of the I'en.
The lnteusity of application with
which the mind follows whatever it
lays hold of in literary pcrsuits is ex
emplified In tbo case of Iiobert Alus
worth, a celebrated writer and anti
quarian of the seventeenth century He
had been for yeirs engaged in n volumi
nous Latin dictionary, and while fas
cinated with this herolo work ruu so
little time and attention to bis wife
that he fuouned her bitterest jealousy,
aud before the work was quite complete
the committed the whole to the flanma
luateud of abandoning himself to de
rpair, Ainswortb set to work nnd re
wrote it, accomplishing tbo entire work
in lime The siuuo bitter disappoint
ment was endnred with similar heroism
by Carlyle when tho mauuioript of his
"Frederick tbo Great" was destroyed
The uso of cocaine to produce local
Insensibility Is forbidden in Turkey on
iven i&VwwQy a
this sale. vRehieraber, the building is ablaze with bargains ;
Will bo doliglitcd with tho
many good things to cat ho
will find at tho
New Sweet Oranges,
All Kinds Nuts, " .
Full Line of Poultry.
Wo aro soiling this week
Gilt Edge Flour,
8 cans liest Corn 25c
10 bars Ark Soap 25c
10 lb. sack Buckwheat 32c
184 lbs. Granulated Sugar.. $1.00
138 N. Howard SI.
HII9 414 E Marlfff St.
CHARLES STEWART PARNELL
How the Grent IrUh Lender Came tD
Charles Stewart Parnellwns 28 years
old before he mado his entry Into the
political arena How tho step was taken
is thns de.rlbed by Mr R Barry
O'Drion in his biography of tho great
"One night during tho general elec
tion of 1074 Parnell dined with bis sis
ter, Mrs. Dickinson. In Dublin. After
dinner Captain Dickinsou said 'Well
Charles, why don't yon go Into parlia
ment! Why don't yon stand for your
native county V
"To tho surprise of ovory one at the
table, Parnejl said quickly 'I wilL
Whom ought I to see t
" 'Oh. said DiLkinson, 'wo will see
'about that tomorrow The great thinj
is you lmv u decided to stand.
" 'I will see about it at once,' said
Parnell. '1 havo made np my mind, and
I won't wait Whom ought I to see?
" 'I think Gray of The Freeman's
Journal.' said John, who was also pres
ent " 'Very well,' sold Parnell, rising
from tho table, 'I shall go to him at
once Do you come with me, John
"Tho two brothers then went away to
gether It was I'o 1 1 o'clock, and they
found Gray at The Freeman's oftlce
Ho w ns amazed w ben Parnell entered
uud said, 'I have como to eay, Mr
Gray, that I mean to stand for Wick
low as a Homo Itnler ' "
It was only tho j ear af tor that, on the
death of John Mltchel, Parnell v, as re
turned for Meath. At first It Is plain
that Parnell had few if any followers
Tho ability of the representative from
Meatli was qneationod. Dutt was then
tho controlling pow er It w as only in
18:J0 that Parnell became tho leader
Tbo chronioles of 1400 speak of 160
vOHEels in Its businsnud of German mer
chants carrying away over 8,001) pieces
of cloth to tho distant lands of Russia
and Poland, It was the exchange of Ua
rope, possessing in the (snrteeutb cen
tury 63 guilds and 160,000 inhabitants,
mere than tbrce times as many as it
now contains Amoug its wares we read
of leather from Spain, wool from Kug
laud, silk from Italy and Persia, llmin
and cloth from Ilrabant, hemp and flax
from Holland, wine from Portugal,
Greece and Frunco aud bard n are from
Germany, which included every variety
of object In ivory, bone, wood, glass,
tlu, copper, lead, iron, silt er aud gold
It lind Its factories, its curriers, its dy
ers, and its taxation considerably ex
ceeded that of Ghent Out at the com
mencement of the fourteenth century its
tioubles began troubles from within
and from without.
Tho tiuono was rendered useless by
tho invaiion of sand as far as Slats
(Eclui , treachery, slaughter and po
litical jealousies and rivalries oampleted
" -1 Int544 Itsinhohllintshad
Look at a Few
Extraordinary Low Prices.
Men's Suits $1.50, 2, 3, $4, ?5, $fr-
These suits are really worth from 1 to $15.
Men's Overcoats ,
S1.76, 2.50, 8, $4, 5, G, $7
These overcoats nre nil the latest style, and are
really worth from $5 to $18.
Boys' and Children's Overcoats
Boys' and Children's Overcoats at
25c on the dollar
Children's Suits 50c, 75c 1, $1-50, 2
Children's Short Pants loo, 2."c, 50c
Ladies' and Misses' Millinery
Ladies' Latest Stylo Trimmed Hats...
$1, ?1.50, $2, 2.50. 3
These hats are a big bargain at J2.G0to10.
Ladies' Cloaks, Capes and Suits
Ladies' Cloaks and Jackets 2.50, 3, 4, $u
Values at regular sales to $15.
Ladies Skirts 75c, 1.25, 2, $2.50
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps
Men's Stiff and Soft Hats, latest styles.
75c, 90c, $1.25, $ 1.50
Men's and Boys' Winter Caps
15c, 25c, 40c, 50c
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Fleece
Linen and Natural Wool, at 25c on dollar
Men's Unlaundered Shirts 25o
Men's 4-ply Linen Collars and Cuffs 5c each
A full lino of Ladies' Corsets for 30c fo 50c
departments in the store.
f -tD-s Receiver's Salo
diminished to 7,000 Then came tho re
ligious wars and persecutions from lfiG?
to 1CS4, tbe fanatics uud the Gueux de
stroying n bat remained, leaving little
for the Trench revolutionists. Good
Mnklnsr It Clenr.
Somebody bas discovered that a Ber
muda onion eaten raw will clear the
head A Bermuda onion eateu raw will
See Our Grand Xmae Display ol
225 Patterns Pocket Knives from 10c up to $5 each
A complete line of Scissors and Shears, Coilco Pots,
Tea Pots, Copper Tea Kettles, Ball Bearing Sleds and
Skates, Garland Stoves, Olimax Stovos, Furnaces with
Combination Gas King. Can burn either coal or gas
without any chnngo.
Cor. Howard and
ARE YOU SATISFIED
Ao Do Palnloaei Extrootlnc
And you keep your senses alert all tho while; we don't put you to sleep
Fillings. 50c up. Plates, $6.00 Set. BrMge Work, JS.oo, Best GoU
Crowns, $S.oo, All work guaranteed 30 years.
14 and 148 South Main St.. Akron.
L. HOSTER BREWING CO.
Largest brewery in tho state. For strength, quality and IHlrit-v
mipNcelled. Pure liquors and California wines for LESS NQItKC
THAN ELSEWHERE IN THB CITY.
Fine Bottle Beer, fiS&KBU
Chas. Austgen, Agentj
Corner Broadway and Exchange.
Goods Delivered free. Telephone 3S6.
f"H "i cs
do more than that It will clear on en
tiro room An active Bermuda cnlon is
a complete ckariDg houso all by itself.
Take one Dermnda onion only one
and let tbo lips of beauty close upon it,
sud love will turn to hatred and honey
to gall aud bitterness.
Clear the head? Why, a Bermuda on
.lou in fairly good health will clear the
bead of navigation! Exchange
With the condition of yotlt
teeth? Nol Thon why uot lei
us put thorn in a condition that
will enhance your beauty, healtlt
and comfort? You will be sui
prised at tho small cost and de
lighted with tho rosult. If it 19
necoasary to draw your? teeth
Open, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sundays S to t