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AXEOiN DAIX.Y DJflIOCKAT. THUKwBAY. JVhY 5, 1009
Believed AH Foreigners
British Legations Have
Havo Received No Word From
It is Impossible to Reach the For
' iWnsblngtgn, July G.-(Snl.)-Tho be
ltcf In well established In otllclal minds
khat tio cutlro foreign forco In l'c
kin, including Minister Conger, nil
bthcr foreign ministers nud tbu for
eign fugitives Jiuva been massacred
by tho Chinese ruyollcrs.
It Is expected that nny moment will
bring tbe awful news Unit not n sin
gle foreigner hns escaped. Thurc Is no
bxpcctntlon to the contrary- Already
Ibc Department of Slate and tbe Navy
(lepnrtinont bus begun to collect Infor
mation ns to tbe Americans lu l'o
klu wben tlio revolt began. It Is esti
mated tbat, Incluldng the guards, U.000
rorclguors were In tbo city. Minister
Cdnger bad bis family with biiu and
there wero several American tourlstH
nt-tho legation. The Amerlean guards
number !)! and are In command of
(Captain Moyors, of tbn Oregon. .Sev
eral days ago tbo Secretary of tbe
Navy Injured of Admiral Kciupft'
.what ofllcers wero In Pokln wltb tbn
'American relief forco. Tim following
Cablegram was received from Admiral
Kcmptt last night:
"Obefu, .Inly 1. Myers, Oregon,
pommands force I'ckiu. Caplalu Hall,
pr. Llppitt albo. ' '
Fall of Legations.
London, July 15. (Spl.) Trustworthy
dispatches from many points this
morning said It was believed that tho
fall of tho bewelged. British legation
lit Pokln was now Inevitable, If not
ulrcndy an accomplished fact, aud
Shut continuation of tbo reported mim
becre of Kpropeaus assembled (hero
Mas hourly expected. No authentic
Information as to the mlulsleis' into
fould be found lu dispatches Horn
phloa up to this morning.
London, July r.-(rjpj.) A dispatch
q a news agency from Shanghai of
j'oaterdny says three Chinese servauts
HYlio escaped from Pelcln report that
nli forelguers numbering 1,000,, (pclud.
lna 400 soldiers and 100 members of
it hu Chinese customs and women nud
thllrtien, held out utt ho British lega
tlnu until the food and iiinniunlllun
twero exhausted. Then the legation
Thp List word lu that tho boleagticid
Kurope.ms who numbered or'jstnnlly,,
!!,0(i0 are now sadly reduced. They
.tveto bill! holding out thron days ago,
but their uuimunltlon was then al
most sone, and nothing apparently
L-ould Iour delay the tluul hlaughter.
It Is brletly reported from ShuuKhal
Jlhnt news from Pukln, of data of July
3, has reached there through Mr. War
leu, the British comtil at Hankow that
the Knropoans wero still bosel&od in
tiie British legation. They had de
fended themselu's desperately and
v.i Hi home kiifccsi, but their position
sivas almost hopeless,
T'.o dccMon of Admirals Aloxlclf
mil Seymour tbat It Is Imponslhlo to ml
rnsce to tbu idler of tho JJuropeniiH
Is declurtd to bo luuod on tbo con
Pructlon that with tbe 'JO.OOO men
Ivblcb form tho total uvullablo forco
W present It would be suleldu to at
t)apt to re-ttb PeUlu. It Is believed
hu there mo 140,000 Chinese troops
Mwen PWa and Tlcu Tn' w(ilia'j
fiea, Nieh, wltb 00,000 men, Is lonorieif
o bt opproachlnj Tim Tuln. Kvqiltir
tbe S0,000 foreluu ttoops wero ublo to
cut through, It Is almost Improbable
that they would bd able to return wllb
or without tbo members of tho lega
tions. Tbo Times Shanghai correspondent
be Icarus from u pretty well Informed
and trustworthy oflit'lal who Is con-
lldeut that, bis lufoimallou Is reliable
Ibul the Ho.eis and troops uuuiborlug
about 15.000 attached tho legations
on Juuo 'J7. They were lepulsed with
loss. Tho news was brought by a spe
cial courier who left Tckln tbo samo
day the attack was made, ilo further
reports tbat only one gate of the Inner
palace Is open dally for a fuw hours.
The Kmpoior aud Kuipress Dowager
are tboio wHh their personal attend
ants. All being Boxers, tbo Imperial
Princes havo erected an altar within
tho palace where tbo Boxers riles arc
Washington, .July C.-(f5pl.) Secre
tary Boot had n brief conference with
.Secretary Hay this morning. Ilo re
marked afterward that there lias been
ilo news to chnuge tbo situation. He
added that each day Increased the anx
iety of tho government for tho safely
of Its leprcboutntlvcs In PelMng and
mado more certain tbe belief tnal Ibey
arc not alive.
Mlnlutor Wu also called at tho (.late
depailmeut but declared be bad no
uows from China. Tho ropqit that tho
Empress bad Issued edicts agalust
forelguers and commanding tbo Vice
roys to kill them, hu Mild be could not
bellovc. "t comes from Prince Tuan
and certainly must bo a forgery," bo
St. Petersburg, July f.-(Hpl.)-Tlio
war olllco has iccehcd the following
dispatch from Admiral Aloxlolf dated
June HO, via Port Arthur, July 1:
"(Jeneral Stoe.ssel reports that the
german laiulliig party of olllcers and
men entirely subordinated themselves
to Ittissloii command. During the
lighting of the combined forces their
conduct was beyond all praise. They
displayed signal gallantry, perfect, dis
cipline and kuowledgo of their work.
Tbo landing patty sulfered heavy loss."
If you waut puro Ico Creaih, F. A.
Jones keeps It. Telephone 071. i!7'tf
'Phono order 071. "Hello, Hello.
Slops tho Cough
atul worUs (!' tho Cold.
t.itxnttve nromo-Quiiilne Tablets euro a cold
lu ouo day. No Cura, No ray. Trice 25c
A federation of laboring men will bo
organized Krldny evening at Oujahoga
Tho slaters anil tluners'of Akron will
meet on next Tuesday evening to form
a local organization for mutual lionc-
Tho annual reunion of the 20th O. V.
I. will bo held nt the resldenco of KM
Ovorholt, of Wndswortli, August 8,
0 and 10.
The Tusearor.i Buhber Company ban
been offered $7,000 to locate Itu plant
lu Becab City, Slurlc county. Tho
proposition will probably be accepted.
The Journeymen plumbers will meet
this evening lit tbo Central Labor Un
ion Hall to form a local union. Calls
!uio been sent out to tho various men
In tho city,
At n mculliig of tbo Akron Camera
club TueMlay evening It was decided
to hold an oullug at Cottage drove
Lake MoL'riny. Pl.uiH were discussed
for tho fall work of tho organisation.
Mr. (J. 0, Cunupll of ISO l.ods st. had
liU eyeH and faco blown full of powder
early Wednesday morning, Hu was
taken to the olltcu of Dr. A. Walter
Jours lu tho Central Olllco building.
It h feared that ihu sight of ouu eyu
A useful dovlee for photographic
work has been Inveiited by Photo
grapher 0, A, tioddard, of this city.
It Is an Improved mop pre.s, ami Mr.
(loddord has applied for a patent. Tho
device Is constructed of cast Item, and
Is Jupaunvd. It Is cast lu but two
Ladles Can Wear Shoes.
One slza smaller after using Allen'e
Koot-Kawe, a powder to be shaken Into
tbo shoes. It makes tight or uewltbe opportunity of uottliiur a irhil hot.
shoes feel easy; gives Instant icllef to
corus aud bunions. Cures aud pro
vents swollen feet, blisters, callous nud
sore spots. Allen's Kot-Kaso Is a cer
tain cure for sweating, hot, uchliig
feot. At all druggists and shoo stoics,
'J5c. Trial package, Pice by mall. Ad
dress, Allen B. Olmsted, Loltby, N. Y.
Day at Barberton.
Fire Bell Was Sounded
Shot Skyrocket Into an
WonTwo Games From Gehrings
First Appearance, of Uniform Bank
Knights of Pythias.
Barberton, July 5. Fourth of July
was celebrated hcio yesteiihty In mild
fashion. There was uothlug special.
Soveial pcoplu shot olf. lire works In'
tho evening, while' all day lone lire
crackers were being exploded by
Shortly before midnight a skyrocket
shot In the window of a house owned
by the Barberton Land Co., and occu
pied by David Davis at 70 Bolivar
road. About .fiio worth of clothing
Was burned, while tho house was dam
The hew tiro bell was rung for the
first tlmo on account of this' HieTTt
could be heard very plainly for some
distance. Before the tiro department
arrived, the tlanies wero extinguished.
The Barberton ball team defeated
tho tielirlngs of Cleveland ' In two
games here yesterday. Both games
wero exciting and furnished much
amusement. The attendance, however.
was small, owing to tho large' number
ot people going out of town. The Hrst
game resulted 11 to J and tho alter-
noon game !J to 1. Vossler pitched a
good game' In (ho morning. Only six
bits wore mado olf Nyo In the after
noon. Tho team hap only loit two
games this season aud ;ihoild be Iveu
better support. '
The Young Men's Catholic Ashoclii
Hon excursloii to Wlntcrjjrceii park
was attended by over UOu people, yes
lerilny. Tho trip by tho steamer lu
tbe morning uas mntlo lu about 'JHi
hours, much to tho annoyance of tho
passengers. About olio mile from tbo
feeder It got grounded, nud many of
tho passengers went iishoro and walk
ed to the grovo.
Tho Bmberton Uniform Bank 1C. of
P., appeared lor tho tlrst tlmo yeriieiv
day in full dres unUorm lu the blg
parado at Canton. They mado an ex
Mrs. IjuIu Belford Is homo from a
visit In Toledo.
L. Miller spend Wednesday lu Can
Favorite Remedy Wins.
91 Out Of Every Hundred Uslnjr It
Never Such Searching Investigations
Given A Medicine Before.
Per Kidney, Liver, Bladder Or Blood-Diseases
It Has No Equal.- Trial
If you a to lu doubt whether you
have Kidney or Bladder tllseaso, Just
put some of your uriuu in a glass turn
blr and lot It staud 'J4 hours; ir U has
a sediment, or a milky cloudy appear
auce, If It Is ropy or stringy, pnlo or
discolored, your Kidneys or Bladder
Other surluus symptoms arc pain la
the back, frequent desire to urinate,
especially ut ulglit, u burning scald
ins lulu In passing urine or when
your mine laln Huen.
Tbo ouo siiro euro for diseases- of
tbu Kidneys, Uver,, Bladder' aud
Blood, Bbeiimallsin' Dyspftpila, Chror
lc Constipation and tho sjckiiosscs pe
culiar to women Is Dr, David Kenne
dy's rinorlto Uouu'dy. U bus cured
lu many en sen where all elso fulled
and Is sold at all drug utorex ror $1.ij
fey n large bottle, or six'. XJoltlgs for
M.OO. . ,
By n special iiiTiiugeuimit with the
imetiiiets, wo oiler our loaders
tin of this valuable remedy absolutely
free which will bo scut postpaid to
auy one who will sebd their address
to tho Dr. David Kennedy Corpora
tion, Boudout, N. -V., and .muiitlon
this paper. 'i
Tho publishers of this paper guar
antee tho gouulneness of tblj liberal
ton with friends.
Mr. nud "Mrs. Clms. Ammorman
were tho -guests of friends In Holmes
Mrs. M. Blchberger left for Cleveland
this morning for n lsll.
Mr. Aler Chrlstmnu has goncto Co
lumbus ou busluess.
Born toMr, and Mrs. W. Mackcy,
National iivo., Tuesday," July a, a
Born loJShv and Mrs. Wesley Mitch
ell of Stirling aye., Friday, x u daughter.
Curtd Bronchial Trouble
Cbas. K. Davis, 1071 W. Congress st.,
Chicago, says: "I suffered for years
with bronchial trouble and tried many
kinds of medicines without relief, un
til I began hiking Foley's Honey nud
Tar, which cured mo."
J. M. Laffer, J. Lamparter & Co.,
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mr. Forest Thorpe letuned to Colum
Miss Ada Miller has returned from
a two weeks visit at Columbus.
Mrs. Clms. Walton of Bnmiicr St., Is
visiting li lends at Ml. VcniLii.
Mr. Karl Kendlg Is In Now York city
lu the Interest of the Werner Co.
Mis. W. l. Burns of toa Cross st.,
has gone to Philadelphia for an ex
Misses Jenulo (J. Hall and Mamo
ZwMcr aio speudlng their vacations
lu New York city this week.
Mr. William 11. (Mark and Miss Mury
A. Wertz were married Wednesday at
the Methodist parsonage In New Por
tage. .Mrs. .Tames Braden aud daughter
Dorathy, of 1)50 .Kast Market st., havo
returned honjo ,froni u visit with
friends at Wooster.
Tho First and .Second primary class
es of the Trinity Lutheran Sunday
school, will hold their annual oullug
at Lakeside park Friday.
Mr and Mrs. "Joseph Korp and child.
ren and Mr. Uust Wcluer of Cloyo
laud, are visiting with Mr and Mrs.
Daniel Hummel, 'Mi Knlor ave.
Prof, X. h. (Hover, Mr. ,ee 11.
Knight and Mr. Homer Bass have gone
.to Charleston. H. C, lo attend the
National convention of educators.
In tbo presence of relatives, .Mr.
.Sheldon Brawn and Mss Ll.zlo Pal
mer were iriafrlcd by Itov. King at
1001 Mijln h Tuesday neulug,( at
?atf. BotliMaYsWkuovvii. Akron poo
pie. They will reside -on Woosler uvu.
Mr. Kred Hlmfreo and Miss Pearl
Hardy were quietly married by the
Itov. John W. King at tbo parsonage,
1001 South Main st., Tuesday even
lug at S o'clock. They left at mid
night for Meadvllle. Pa., where they
will visit relatives. They will return
lo Akron where they will make ihelr
Tuesday evening, nt 8 o'clock, at tho
residence of the- bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm H. H. Welton, .11"-' Sec
otiTI sl Miss Nelllo Wolton nud Ward
C. Mil born wern united, In mnrrlago.
The ceremony vah perfonncd by IteVi
W. l'J. Ketch. Alleiidanls'woro Miss
Bessie Warner and Ulcuwood White,
and guests to tho number of 70, wore
present, Mr. Mnyborn Is connected
wltlt tho advertising department of the
Akron edltlou of the Cleveland Press.
Tbo nowly-tuarrlrd couple left Wed
nesday gn a wedding trip,
All grocers In town aro glvlug freo
a paekajjo of Biirubntii'a Cream Cust
ard, which uuilNiyi two quarts of len
Cream or ten cup of Custaru, no cook
ing or uax.'n::: with Iho lnirehns.i oi' n
packago of Buriibaui's Hasty Jcllycop,
tbu ilne-H pieiiarcd Jelly Powder. Or
der today. Jellcon comes In six doll
clous flavors. .j
Tim Building conunltleo of 'uuchtel
collego met with Architect Brlirgs,
Tuesday hud discussed the plans for
the preparatory building. It will bo
two stories high. Tho material to bo
moil will bo pressed brick. The esti
mated cost Is SIS.00O.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANT15D-Young girl for light house
work, mid help take care of baby. AS4
B. Bachtel. 05-U7
NO'I'ICIJ OF A PBTITION TO V,V
OATH A PORTION OF FBA.NK-
Notice Is hereby given that a petition
has been presented to tho couuell of
the city of Akron, Ohio, praying for tho
vacation of a portion of Franklin st,
beginning at Biiehtel avenue and o.
tending along the westerly sldo gf
Franklin stteet, contiguous, to lots
numbers fill, ft'.', r.t and SO of L. N.
Smith lots, and Is now pendlug beforo
said council, and will comu up for l!un
action on and after tho SO duy of Au
CHAS. H. 1SBHLL,
July O-iS-10-SilAugSU City Clerk.
Destroyed by Fire.
Lightning Struck Plant
Standard Oil Co.
One Workman Was Killed
People In Brooklyn Thought Thero
Was an Earthquake.
Now York, July G.(tpl.) Lightning
struck aud llrcd the. Immense plunt of
the Standard Oil company at Constable
Hook, Bityoiine, N. J ut 1U:0 o'clock
Charles King, a bardinan, was kill
ed by tho bolt which exploded two of
Ib6 big tnnks In the west end of tho
works near twenty-second st. Many
other men were In tho yard at tho
time. Their fate Is unknown.
In the midst of the brilllan electric
storn, which brought New Yorkers out
of their midnight slumbers, a ball of
tire descended Into the Standard oil
works. The roar of an explosion fol
lowed, which wits heard everywhere
within a radius of 15 miles. In
Brooklyn, iho concussion shook the
bouses lu the south end of the town.
Many awoke, thinking It an earth-
qtinko shock. Loss, W,o00,XHJ.
Do you keep Jones' lec Cream V" "Yes."
"Send up two quarts."' 27 tf
Will Hoar Complaints.
The Olfy Board of Equalization has
completed Its canvass of the personal
assessors' returns. Next Tuesday it
will meet again to hear the complaints
of those whoso valuations havo been
If you are sick all over, and don't
know Just what alls you, It's ten to
ono your kidneys are out of order.
Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you
health aud energy.
J1M. Latfer, J. Lamparter & Co., A.
A MAN OF SCHEMES.
THE GRAND PROMOTER EXPLAINS
MAT TERS TO HIS LANDLADY.
HU Iilttls Account U 1'nder DUcnn
nlon, and lie Shorn. Her That She In
FlylnsAloiiK (bo nonil o Wenlth,
Thn lie riodiia n Calamity.
ICopjTlRht, 1900, by C. R. Lewis.)
Tho griind promoter expected It. For
the past week ho had observed many
signs that bis landlady had lost con
tldenco lu him and was working up her
nerve to present him a bill. Ills cheer
fulness at tho dinner tablo almost bor
dered on hilarity, and as he left tbe
table be executed a tlauk movement
"My dear woman, If It Is not asking
too much, I wish j ou would band mo
my account this evening. I don't want
to occupy your vnluablo time nor put
you to nny extra trouble, but It seems
to mo tbat wo ought tohave a settle
ment without further delay."
Ho hadn't been In his room two min
utes when tho laudludy followed. She
had tho bill In her hand nud tbe light
of anticipation lu her eyes.
"Ahl" said the major as he took tho
bill from her hnnd. "Nothing like
promptness lu business ntTalrs. Let
mo sec. Tho bill Itself is mado out In
proper form. The chlrogtaphy Is fair.
Itooiu and board for ten weeks at $7 per
week makes exactly S70, nnd there Is
no mislako there. My dear woman,
permit mo to congratulate you. You
!iuve a business head ou you. Hud you
"AND YOU IJtAN- t OWE YOU $030f"
needed this money bofore you would
linye. asked for It. Not having any
need of It nnd having perfect conn
denco In my llnaiiclal Integrity, you
ljavc tieh tho hill till this date, Ex
actly ten weeks and $70."
.H'cs, Jr, $70," replied tho landlady
as sho inuved about uneasily.
"WldJo'lt la ouly a trltle," continued
Ilia major ns he looked the bill over
again, "It should be paid nnd the books
balnnced thnt ls( If there Is npy
thing coming to you li should be paid
at once; If there Is nnythlng coming to
me I'll give you 30 or 00 days to square
"But bow can there be anything com
ing Jo your protested the landlady,
"Wo enn't tell until we Iiavo figured.
My dear woinati, my treasure of a
landlady, let me say nt tho very outset
that I am perfectly satisfied with your
table, and as for my rooin kings have
had far worse. If you will kindly go
over tho past In your memory you will
admit tbnt 1 have uot made one single
kick; satlsfled, my dear woman, per
"Then the bill Is all right?"
''Perfectly all right couldn't bo bet
ter. Let mo sec. When I organized
tho Universal Hand Organ trust I lot
you In on the ground floor for 550,000
worth of stock. I believe. Thnt stock
ought to havo given you dividends of
at least $5,000 a year."
"But It. didn't, major.' Tho whole
thing busted up, you know."
"Ah, I raniembsr. It was not a buat
up,,buLtho Hand Organ trust was con
solidated with the 'Great American
Antibilzzard syndicate. I haven't the
books here, but If my memory serves
mo right I presented you with 5100,000
worth of stock. If your annual Income
from that stock has reached tho sum
of $10,000 If you havo been enabled
"But I never saw any stock," pro
tested tho landlady. "You said some
thing about It ono day. but a week
later you claimed that you had dropped
tbe scheme (or a better thing. You
owe for ten weeks."
"Lot mo see," mused tho mnjor "lot
me see. Did I drop the Hand Orgnn and
Antibilzzard trust for a surer thing?
Ah, It comes back to mo! Yes; wo let
go of It to tnko up nml push to success
the International Nursing Bottle mo
nopoly. Object was to control tho man
ufacture nnd snle of all tho nursing
bottles In the world. Any mother who
refused to buy ouo of our bottles had
to feed her Infant from a trough. Each
and every ono of our bottles wns pro
vided with a squirt gun, aud when the
infant wasn't tilling up on milk he was
squirting at tiles and developing his
marksmanship. That monopoly wns
capitalized at SoO.OOO.Ou'O, I believe.
You wero let In ou the ground floor.
As my landlady 1 took you In first of
all. My dear woman, If your dividends
on that stock1'
"But I haven't had any. Tbat was
another of your schemes that busted."
Tho major looked at her for a mo
ment in doubt nnd perplexity, but then
his face cleared, aud, reaching for her
hnnd, ho shook it heartily and exclaim
ed: "My dear woniau, what a business
bead you havo on your shoulders
what a head! It Is no wonder that
your landlord never has to come twice
for his rent nnd that tho fame of your
table has spread abroad through tho
land. Let me assure you that I am not
only satisfied with everything up to
ante, but I mean to continue ou with
you Indefinitely for yearn and years."
"But you must pay. '1 can't run my
bouso unless my boarders pay."
"While perfectly assured that the In
ternational Nursing Bottle mouopoly
would pay SO per cell I dividends," said
tho nlnjor is ho walked about, "we de
cided to .drip It fdp a better thing. You
must know the difference between SO
and -10 pec ceut ptollt you biuely
"Of coumb I do."
"Then I needn't go Into details. You
will seo at once why wo went into tho
riiynlcalPlekandAx Handle syndicate.
It was the dlliereuco between SO nnd
40 per cent. Thnt organization was
perfected only three days ago, and I
have seized tho earliest uppoituuity lo
talk with jou about It. You aro to
come in on the groirnd floor. When
Major Crofoot gets hold of n good
thing, ho remembers his friends. Not
only havo you as my landlady fed and
lodged mo ou the best In tho land,
"But you are behind ten weeks," sho
"But, my denr woman, you did not
stop there. You showed your confidence
In my Integrity by nllowlng my Indebt
edness to nccumulato until It has Anal
ly reached the figure or $70. Wbero
can such another landlady be found?
Who will point mo out nuother such
case of flnaucinl confidence? But you
shall bo rewarded. People who repose
trust In Major Crofoot east their bread
upon tho waters to lmVu It returned
SO times over. You will romember
that this Is nn interview of my own
sccklug. Had I uot sought It you
would havo let tho bill run on for
weeks nud mouths yet."
"No, I wouldn't!" exclaimed tho wo
man. "I've been trying 4o catch you
for the last two weeks.!"
"But 1 sought tho interview," 30
reuely continued tho promoter. "I
brought nbout this mooting In order
thnt wo might bnlauco the books. My
dear woman, you aro a stockholder in
tho Physical Pick nnd Ax Hnndlo trust.
You aro lu ou the ground, floor. I havo
set aside for you $10,000 woith of stock
at 10 per cent of Its face value. That's
$1,000. You know how It Is when a
man strikes a blow;, with pick or nx.
He grunts. We make all our handles
hollow. They do the gruntlug and save
the man's vltnllty-iunkes the labor 10
pec cent easier, atul overy laborer
wants to work 11 hours per day. In
six mouths wo slinll be supplying the
worhl-profit of 10 cents In overy han
dle and 1,000,000,000 used every year."
"But this ten weeks' bill?" ibe In
sisted. "Yes, we now como to tho bill. Your
ground floor stock conies to $1,000.
Tnko $70 from that, and we have $i).l0
left. In other words, you owe mo $030.
But take your tlilie, winniiij ia!; your
time. Take 30. 00 -or 00 days If you
will. I havo contldvuce- lr you."
"Aud you menu 1 owe yqu $030?"
"As you see, luy dsar wnjnnn-ns you
sec. Look over the- figures for your-self-exactly
$l)30 ami you needn't
worry about It. Qpr l)r,3t call on tho
stockholders Is only" for l per cent, aud
If you haven't tho money I'll lend It to
you. And that's all totilgbt. I be
"But I-I don't understand!"
"But you will nftorthlnfdng It over.
Bun nloug now -and thlul;. Plnln as
day after a llttle-rofll-'etlonDon't want
to push you out. youknow, but really
I'm very busy, nnd 'yon also want to
flguro It out. Don't worry nnd 'lon't
worry, and good ulght toyou.''
V.hon you aro looking -for Dontal
work Hint our prices aro fair and
nbovo reproach, and work is socoud
We can extract your teeth painlessly
Vitalized Air 50c
Bctt Tooth on rubbor $8.00
Good Tooth $5.00
Fillings ,50c and up
Our Gold Crowns and Brldgo Work are
mado (rgm botl 22k gold,
126 South Main Stroot.
Open Evenings. Sundays 10 to 1
i soum Main si. no
Have You Tried It ?
Is pronouncod by all tho best that
exporlenoo nnd puro material can
Do You Do Your Own Bread
If so, phone 857, wo will deliver
you broad promptly and save you
much discomfort during hot
OiSXfrCES A full lino always
fresh. Try our Orange Roll, An
gel Food, oto.
Socio Wotor All tho
best nnd newest flavors.
Special Sale every Saturday of all
kinds of Fresh. Goods.
The oldest linker now In tho
city of Akron.
S00 S. Main st. Tel. 85r
Kubler & Beck Block
.Long Lake Park
Nowly iintlrd compdmit crow, quick
time, run dally ntu and li.10.v 111 Oil enunge
nniiils for dny or night excursion. bFuu
Rill suppers nnd smmmr boulder? nt hotel
mou reneonnble. Tel. 274,
An Old Adage
Do all the good you can,
To nil tho people you can,
In all tho wnyB you oan,
Just as long as you can.
This is just what wo aro
doing in introducing to our
friends and patrons our 1000
Tho best, linq ov,cr shown ia
Akron for tho money. Wo
curry a full lino of Bicyclo
Walsh & Co.
Oils and Glass
Cor. Main nnd Jackson Sts.
Ib gunrnnloed to bo
Absolutely Fly Proof.
it slides un aud down like a window,
nnd fits In either lower or upper sash
nnd Is the only sliding screen which
can ho locked nt night and so jcavo
room aired, yet safe troui Intruders.
Can Handle Outside Shutters
Kroin Inside. A child can put them In
or tnUo them out.
A girl can tako them out lu ten sec
onds and so
Wash Your Windows
Made ot honest Dine, llusced-oll
paint, best wlro nnd hardware; thin
screeu-sash must ho seen to bo appre
ciated; nothing liJ;o It has ever beou
sliotfn In thlb plnce. I.ndl'ca who hnvo
used It once, will havo no otLerl Com
mou sizes .n stocU. Call ..ml see thorn
THE HAWKEY LUMBER GO.
Exclusive .Agonls "?
Telcphon: 29 Akron, O
Mr. Mnjor, tho fmnous cfiiinnt num. ol
New York. rxplMni nonm jry litlcrrrtlng
I tic Uu limit Mn.tor'8 Cement.
Tho imiltltiuli'H who i;fn this tlnndnrd
nrtlclokumv tluu it In 'many hundred per
cut hotter tlian nllic "rcmfiiM" for which
lluHar olntiusjirnitinde, liutp grtnt mimy
do not know whv. Tim Mtnplo leuson t thnt
Mr. Mnjor u;o the het mittetliils' over itlw
covered una otuor mnmitnotureni do nut
umi iheiii. bccnun" thoy nro too exnonnlu)
hiui no not nuuw inrtie preuu
huh ilo not nlluu- InriiP nrouu. .Mr. .Minor
lelli. us thnt ouo of the rtinenta of tils cement
co8tJ.7Jn pound, nnd luiotlinr costs :ai n
gallop, wiiun it inrKt. nnnr in ma po-i'iiurci
cumoutsmid liquid nine upon the mnrliot
nro nothing mum llinu sUtecn-ceut Blue,
dissolved In wnter or cltrlo ncld, nnd, In
somn cases, mtercu (iiKiiuy in noior ana
odorby tho addition of cheap nnd useless
MnJor"i cement retnl)s ntlR cents nnd tJ
cents o. boltln, and when n dealer tiles to
sell n substitute, you enn depend upon It thnt
his only object U to mnko larger prottt.
ThopioTlt ou Major' cement!! ns much
ns nny denier ouiiht lo ninUeoii nny cement.
And this Is doubly true In view of the fact
thnt eneh denier Rets his sluirobf tho bene
nt o( Mr. Mnjoru udt)rtlng, which now
amounts to over tf.om n month, throughout
tho country. Kslnbllshtd In KM.
Inslnt ou hnvlntt Major'.. Don't noorpt
nny ofMinndiuUlce from u ilrueKlst, .
If jou nro nt nil hnudy (nnd ou will bn
likely to find thnt ou urea tiooddenl more
so thnn you ImiiKliie) ,ou ouu inpnlr your
rubber boots nnd fiimily shoos,nnd nnyothat
rubber nud leather articles, with Mn'or'i
Ilubber Ccinem pud Major's l.enther O
Aud you will be surprised ut how tunny
dollnrs n yenr you will thus Fnyo.
It jourdniRnIst crm'l supply you, It will
la forwarded by mall; utther kind, 1'rea ot
Democrat readeiH aro ulwaya nootcd
Pliiiii Denial room.
ou current events.
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