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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FJJIDAY. DECEMBER 15
This is Not a Leader for Today, But Our Price All the Time.
Can you buy It in any store in Akron at the price ?
All other Goods Sold Equally Cheap.
Elastic Starch ScllI.O. Oats, 2-lb package I4c iKIncsford'i Corn Starch 7c
Eagle Brand Jlllk 1 5c
A. St r. Brand nilk Scans for 2sc Quaker Oats, 2 lbs joc
Coleman's Mustnrd 13CiLca&Pcrrln's Sauce 23c
Best Rice, 4 Its 2Sc'Taploca Sc
Eddy's Ammonia locllvory Soap, large 4 cakes for 25c
Campbells Sours IOC A. & P. Soap, 8 cakes for. ...'. 2Sc
PpD TT pT To all Purchasers of Teas,Coffees,A.S
1 ivJ - P. Baking Powder, Spices and Extracts
Today adnadytill Chnstmas.
Ilemombur w hen you lm v nt our stoics you receive your goods dhect from tho Importer no middlemen's
profllb everything guarantee il In bo tho best, or inonoy rofiuuled.
TMiiiMlimrffin Iff n
250 Stores in the U. S.
(l'URE CHINESE TEA.)
If 3 nil ow o n rirlit v, hlcli yiu flnil It liu on-
eiilcnt to niy nil at unci1, nr K ou umt a
jiunilfi f illuvrt nt imrllnHunit uhli h ki
rid nf tlio rinlmrrnmtint ut, iin will furnliih
you tho money tn pay Ihi m all mr ami ou
enn nay im hiu'k In miifill Nitkl nrmnntli
ly lliMnllmoilts, tiom not In hiIsm It rioltt
lour earning. Wo ulll Iciauyuu frnm ntn
and other (food securities
AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE
ALL GOODS LLn IN YOUR POSSESSION
Extra (lino in case of Hlckno-w,
death or Ions of employment. If. vim
cannot call. wrlto ur plitmu bVJJ and
wo will call personally and bring
T o doors nortli of Mill street.
193 S. Howard St.
r A GOOD LIST
Now is the time to make your
selections. We make special prices
on all Holiday Goods from now until
China cups nnil Baucora
Toy ten sols
Ilos; luttci impor
Halt ami popper slmkors
Knives and forks
(lines fruit dishes
Iron to.VH of all kinds
100 I'leeo (linnor sots, from
$4.D0 up to $18.
foilot fcots, from SI. 50 in to
vifio paiiur lamps, uu ma
up iu .
Fine wator Bets, from r up
to $2. CO.
China berry Bets, from fi1 up
Toys of nil kinds at t
City 5c and 10c Store,
SOS S. tVIcain St.
i Kuliler & lJeck IJIock.
A. & r. Oats. 2-lb. packaje 9c
9c, 12c, 15c
THIS IB THE HEST JUJTTEn IN THE WORM).
SUOARS SOLD AT OOST.
Next to Boston Store.
Importers and Retailers. Phone 417
Don't lilBino Us If You Full to Got Our Xmas Story Hook,
"Play and Pleasure."
A Dresden Clilnn Cup, Snucor and l'l.ito, or a Handkon lilof Box Free
to nil purchasers of ono pound 'Ilien-Nectnr today and enrfh dny to Xmas.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
Famous Allen Natural Gas Burners
ji m yyy jyr jwry JCT&
Seo illuminiition of Natural QnB. All buiuors in onerntion.
This is tho most Kconomical Oas Applinuco on tho inarkot. No
ortor, no soot, or smoko.
DAUNTLESS BURNER CO. SimFir
S SPECIAL S
Round Steak 9C, Sirloin
And otliur meats
Glbbs' RHeaf Market
l.tKRH HIH l'OSITION-nnncli
T. Jours, assistant ciintudlau of the
Kovermuont IhiIUIIhk at Akron Mas
In town ovor SumlajMvllli lilswlfo
and family, upending tho day with
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. IluUniiui. He
In woll pleased with his position.
AVIM, INVi:STIOATi: - Friday
Corouor E, (). Leuerniau will begin
an ofllolnl InvistiatlDn of tho acci
dent which cnuhod the death of
David I.unis, Tuesday night.
A Lonii Wy AflrrlliniiKlit.
"That wim ii iileailui; afleitliouglit
of joins," lemuikcil the old preacher
who had listened In n niiiion lip nno
of his jounitcit liietliieu, "ulien jou
dieu upon the ull.llucka or nituie to
piovo the liniuailnllly of Hie moiiI."
"At nflirtliotiglity" wild thejoiuiser
clvmiuiin Iu some perplexity.
"is. Yon thoiiRht nf It nliotit ii.iOO
yeais after Socintes'-t'liknuo Ttlb
une. In Ilmnihi cich family on Easter
Rumlny liilncs to the diuielinnrd llro
a Miilimt luniieh, whlih, aflei heluj
parllnlly hiiined, "Is cm led home to
lie laid en the hearth dmlue tinipiita
os u piofeetlon apilaiit lluliialin;."
Saturday, Dec. 16, T will odor an iinmoiiFo lino
; of Fancy Vests for the- holidays, all :
: wool, woistcd choviots which I :
Bought at a Song j
J Anil will soil thorn nt tho tinio of $3,00
. You Certainly Can Dse l
S An ovorcont. Look at tho lino of uovorts, korsoys, !
Boavors and tnoltoiis. Thoy go at $IO.OO.
Fifteen dollar values. " I
E-Senry J Oerrodin,
High Art Clothlor, Hattor and Furnisher, j
SIO South IVIialri St., Kabor E3ool S
Noar ESxchango, J
Green Label Ketchup isc
A. fc P. Corn Starch 7
Best Lump Starch, i lbs.: loc
A. Si P. Gelatine sc
imported Castile Soap 5c
I.X.L. Starch 7c
Courtenay's Sauce 12c
New Crop of 1899
S lbs. $1.00
. 40c, 50c
, 60c, ?0c
Calorific Grate Burner
The vondor of tho nco.
10c, Satuiday, Doc. 10.
in proportion at
(loukl not ho a moro beautltul
Hlght than THE MODEL BAKERY'S
Xmas decoiatloiiH and display or
Xmas Candies !
OUR HOME MADE CANDY
la 4lii itiAul fniiiime lAKinn iL.. a&. i
n mu iiiwi), iiiuiuun iJtJLltuiDtl tUU II1USI
dollKlitfitl of aonfectlnns,celebrnt((l
mid Unlitty flfivois.
A uiilmulUl Xmtis lino of
Fancy Box Candles
Asmrtul Ch6colatcs,i Hon-Ilnns, all
the new varieties, just recelvod fresh
from hoveral of tho laiRust Kanoy
llox Candy inanufacturers In tho
Special pieparatlonsinndo for able;
lino of Candles for decorating Xnias
Tiens. Wholesale and retail orders
promptly filled at popular prices.
S. B. LAFFERTY,
Pnone 394 1 06 South Howard St.
Livery, Boardlnc Feed and Sale
Cor- (Villi ond Hljh Sta,
riltST-CLASS SERVICE In Every Respect.
Phone 112. E. W. Cubblson, Prop.
The Martin Bros.
A comploto stock oi
beautiful Pianos, from
good, roliablo makers at
A splendid now Up
30 down, $7 por
A slightly trscd $300
Upright for $200.
?7 p6r month.
A slightly used fine
Mahogany .'1L'5 Piano
for $265. ' ,f
A splendid Fnwcett
Square, worth $150, but
$125 buys it. illasnioo
rosewood ease',)' carved
legs, Ik ioctavta3,i is all
1?o por month.
A Jf.oowood Qalo
Piano, 7 octaves, caso
lofinUhcd, tuned nicoly,
l per month.
A goo d Emorson
Squaro Piano, all right,
straight legs, caso rovar
A good Galo Piano,
$11.50 per month.
Other quaro5 $25,
$45, $55, as low as $2
$25 up lo $200.
Regina Music Boxes
Music Stands and Rolls
Sohunor comnleto Li
brary just added, at nn
oxponso of $1,006.
220 S. Main si
Werner Company's Book
Every Day New Employes Are Given
Places Working Overtime.
Never within tho history of the
great Institution haa the volume of
business boen groater at the Werner
company's plant than at tho present
Nover have more people been given
employment; never have so many
orders been booked ahead. Orders
are being refused almost dally.
And this Is not all holiday trade,
If not a single order were booked
within tho next six months, the
Werner company's plant would not
of necessity decrease Us force one
man. For at presont tho order book
Is crowdod, and six months' steady
work would not complotoly olear It
up. But other big orders come dally.
Every day new employes are given
place, and every department from
bnsemont to attic Is astir with the
busy hum of Industry.
The machinery in the factory is run
many extra hours, and the packers
and sblppors can scarcely keep up
with their work. Many of the ship
ments are retarded a day on account
of physical Inability to handle thern.
From three to live car loads of pro
ducts leave the faotory dally for all
parts of the United States and
The pay roll at the plant was never
so large as it is today, and when the
whistle blows at noon Saturday, in
dicating the completion of another
week's worki and tho men and
women file in ranks to the cashier's
window, the scene is one full of sig
nificance. It Indicates that hundreds
of homes are supported and made
bright and obeery by the existence
of this industry; It indicates that
the youth of this city have in the
plant a source of remunerative occu
pation, and all along these lines the
great force of the mammoth Institu
tion Is keenly felt.
And another point, too most vital
to Akron. The policy of the Wornor
company la now to concentrate In
this city all the most Important de
partments and greatest forces. Ak
ron is to be tho central power, and
here will be oonducted the Insti
tution's greatest work.
Palm Stooli 23c. "
Saturday evening, Deo. 10, at 7:B0,
we will sell on second floor, house
hold department, cherry colored
palm stools for 23c. Sale lasts till
all aro sold. J. J. llrasaemlo's Go and
lOo store, T. II. Smith's old stand,
118 8. Howard st.
Erastus Thomas of Springfield Is
confident he will be appointed aer-goant-at-arms
of tho Ohio Senate.
Llonell Pardee, of Akron, Is a candi
date for the place.
State Organizer N. L. Driest, will
deliver an address and organize a
local alliance of tho Socialist Trado
and Labor AUIanco at Kramer's hall
107 8. Howard st. at 2 o'clock Sunday
Babies seem (o be no tioublo tn Italy,
and one cannot hut bo struck by the
number of them. Theso bambino mn
often huue upon pegs In tho front of
tho house, where they loot; out of their
little hlnclt, beady eyes like papooses.
I unhooked one of theso babies once
nml hold It anhllc. Its back and little
foot were held tightly ngnlnut a strip
of board so Unit It vns quite stiff
from Its feet to Its shoulders. It did
uot seem to object or to bo at all un
comfortable, as It only honied whllo 1
una holding It. I lime nn Idea that,
oxcept when Invaded by foreigners,
the bambino's existence Is quite hap
py, Lilian Bell In Woman's Homo
n ICIrctrlc llonee.
Tfttye a pane of glass a broken ono
ulll do-aod secure It by placing tbo
ends between tho leaves of two large
books, letting the glass be tno Inches
from the (able, Cut from lightweight
writing paper, or, better still, from tis
sue paper, dolls, dogs and other flg
urcs. Place thcni on tile table bc
ueath the glosv Itnb tbo glass vigor
ously with a silk handkerchief, and the
figures will cut all kinds of antics.
According to Site.
T.Ike most mleutals, the Chlnrss are
apt to bate their judgments upon ex
ternals Onpt'n Caspar I. Goodrich
tells a story which points to this conelu
Thq captain Is o Tory short, but verj
dluulSfd man, Once wben he was lu a
Chinese port, he uent ashore to pny his
respects to the prefect, who, being of the
ruling MintchoQ race, was n much larger
man thau the ordinary run ot Chinamen.
When Captain tiondrlih rose to take
his Iraye, the illgnltury made a special
effort to be polite.
"Your excellency," sajd he, "I now see
how you, though a little man, como la
command q big warship. If you Mere
only a llttlo fatter, yolt would be ca id
mlral." Youth's Companion.
y Until the day before Christmas to
HflW rrnnrla will nil ha nnrfnrl nvnr
Ml HA,. AM thlnM A !.... k - l -
M.J flllj UJkl LiJill .U feITU IU i JflUIlU
WHATEVER YOU BUY
Have it good.
Only the be3t makes in White and Colored Shirts, Hats, Caps,
Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Mittens In wool, leather or fur, Ox
ford Mufflers, reversible or plain, from EOo to $1.50, Neckwear
from 25c to $1.00, Handkorchiofs from 2o up. See our Initial
goods nt Go, lQo, IGc, 2lo and COc. In fact overything a man or
boy wears tan bo found at our store and you can always feel
safe on what you buy, because everything is guaranteed. YOUR
MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT,
B. 3. EVlors & Oo.
Reliable Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
118 and 120 Main Street,
Shumaker & o .'s. Special
Tho bost values in CHRISTMAS SLIP
PERS you ovor saw for
49c 49o 49c
A Falr up A Pair up A Pair up
SEE THEM AT
Shumaker & Co.,
Wo aro now prepared to show you one of the finest
solectod Holiday Stooks wo have ever shown.
Jy w rin
ODD ROCKERS, BOO to solect
from, prices $1 to $65.
COMBINATION BOOK CASES.
liavo 50 to select from, $12.50 and
Wo want your Xmas trade and will quote you the low
est prices on good, honest-rnado goods, that can bo found
in tho. State of Ohio. Como early and mako your selec
tions.' Wo will store all goods froo until wanted. Open
154-156 South Main street, also
Tracy Block, Barberton.
PLACE YOUR WANT ADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT
nnd fho ilnttrnhiA m .... -il
DINING TABLES, 40 patterns
to select from, prices from
$5 to $35.
CHINA CLOSETS, 40 patterns
to solect from, prices $10 to
CHAMBER SUnS, 05
patterns, prices $18
COUCHES, 50 pat
terns to select, from
prices $9 to $50.
200 to select from,
prices $1 to $50.
SIDEBOARDS, 06 pat
torus to select from,
prices $15 to $75.
. -.j Mi-H.An'-.t-ni J.). KtfuiWAvati '.,