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Firm Stand Taken Against Imperialism and Trusts
Free Silver at Ratio of 16 to 1.
The platform as agreed upon by the
Coriimlttco on Resolutions nml adopted
b.v the courcutlon is ns follows:
WK, TUB IlHlMtlCSUNTATtVKS
OF TUB LHCMOCItATIO PA11TV OK
TUB fMTBD STATICS ASHKM
HI.BD IN CONVBNTIOX ON TUB
AN.MVBIISAUV OK TUB ADOP
TION OK TUB nBCLAKATION OK
INDBI'BNDBNOB, DO ItBAKKIUM
Ol'It FAITH IN THAT IMMORTAL
I'KOCLAMATION OK TUB 1NAL
1KNABM2 IIIGHTS OK MAN, AND
OKU ALLKOIANCK TO TUB CON
STITUTION KHA.MBD IN HAR
MONY TIIBKBWITII IIV TUB
FATHKIIS OK TUB ltliPUHLlC.
WK HOLD, WI.TII TUB KN1TBD
STATES HUlMtBMU COUHT, THAT
TUB DBCD.V RATION OK INDB
I'BNDBNC'B IS TUB SIM HIT OK
OKH (JOVBHN.MBNT, OK WHICH
TUB CONSTITI'TION IS TUB
J'OHM AND LETTER. WE DIC
OliAHE AtlAIN THAT ALL 10V
ERN.MENTS INSTITUTED AMONU
MEN DERIVE THEIR .IP ST POW
ERS KRO.M THE CONSENT OK THE
UOVBRNED; THAT ANY GOV
ERNMENT NOT BASED IM'ON THE
CONSENT OK THE tiOVBHNED IS
A TYHANNYi'AND THAT TO IM
rOKE UPON ANY PEOPLE A GOV
ERNMENT OK KORCE IS TO SUB
STITUTE THE METHODS OK IM
PERIALISM V'OR THOSE OK A HE
V BLIC.
THE CONSTITUTION
FOLLOWS THE FLAG.
WE HOLD THAT THE CONSTI
TUTION FOLLOWS THE FLAO
'AND DENOUNCE THE DOCTRINE
THAT AN EXECUTIVE OR CON
GRESS, DERIVING THEIR EXIST
ENCB AND THEIR POWERS FROM
THE CONSTITUTION, CAN EXER
CISE LAWFUL AUTHORITY BE
YOND IT OR IN VIOLATION OK IT.
(WE ASSERT THAT NO NATION
CAN LONG ENDURE HALF RE
IM BLIC AND HALF EMPIRE, AND
WE WARN TUB, AMERICAN PEO
PLE THAT THE IMPERIALISM
ABROAD WILL LEAD O.UICKLY
AND INEVITABLY TO DESPOTISM
AT HOME. BELIEVING IN THESE
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES, WB
DENOUNCE THE PORTO RICO
LEGISLATION ENACTED BY A RE
lMMLKrANT CONGRESS AG.UNST
THE PROTEST AND OPPOSITION
OK THE DEMOCRATIC MINORITY
ASA BOLD AND OPEN VIOLATION
OK THE NATION'S ORGANIC LAW
AND A FLAGRANT BREACH OF
TUB NATIONAL GOOD FAITH. IT
IMPOSES UPON THE PEOPLE OF
PORTO RICO A GOVERNMENT
iWrniOUT THEIR C'ON'SENT AND
TAXATION WITHOUT REPRE
SENTATION. IT DOOMED TO
POVERTY AND DISTRESS A PEO
PLE WHOSE HELPLESS
NESS APPEALS WITH PE
OULtAR FOHCB TO OUR
31 8T1CE AND MAGNANIMITY. IN
THIS, THE FIRST ACT OF ITS IM
PERIALISTIC PROGRAM, THE
KEPI BLICAN PARTY SEEKS TO
COMMIT TUB UNITED STATES
TO A COLONIAL POLICY, INCON
SISTENT WITH REPUBLICAN IN
STITUTIONS AND CONDEMNED
JIV THE SUPREME COURT IN
KUMBROl S DECISIONS.
Wo (loiiiiuid Hie prompt nnd honest
fulfillment of our pledge to the Cu
ban people and the world that lliu
United StnlCH Iuih no disposition nor
Intention to e.verelM sovereignly or
control over the Inland of Cuba ex
cept for Hh paelllt-atlou. The war
ended nearly two yearn iiko, piofniuid
pence reigns over all the Inland and
hl'll the Administration keeiH thu gov
eminent of fhi Island from Its people,
wlillo Ri'puhlleau carpet-lug olllciuls
plunder Ms revenues and exploit thu
colmiliil theory to thu dlsgiuco of the
American people.
WAR AGAINST
FILIPINOS DENOUNCED.
Wo condemn mid denounce the Phil
ippine pulley of the present Admlti
jNlrutioll. It him luvohed the lepuhlle
lu iinnpeeoKiiry war, sacrificed the
lives of ninny of our noblest sous, and
placed the United StaleM, pre lously
known and npplauded throughout the
world ax thoj'huuiplou of freedom, lu
the false anil'UiiAnierlcun position 'of
crushing with 'iiillllary lone the of
foitH of our former iiIIIch to achieve
liberty nnd il;lf-Ko eminent. The Fil
ipinos e.'iiindt belll7.eim without on
diiticci'Inu our eBlli.iillou; they can
not be MihJcctN without Imperiling our
form of government; and iih we nre
not willing to surrender our clvllUa-
CLINTON PEOPLE
Arc Going and Coming During tho
Hot Woathor.
(Special Correspondence,)
Cllntou, .Inly fl. -Oscur Mvnus was
Visiting AUrou lelutlves InM week.
l M, I'liise and Kred Deulsch were
lu Akron on bUhhtess lust week.
Peter Whitehead and family attended
the funeral of his mother nt .lohnsou
Jnat Wednesday,
About a dor.cn young ladles fiom
this village intended a parly nl l. i.
Thursby's, Kandyvllle. Weilnchday
uvoulug.
Quite ii number of ladles ut tended u
lulHslonary tea nt the home of Mr.
HIiHiik, between this place and Doyles
town, Thursday.
Mrs, Kim Serfass nnd Mi's. Frank
Wolf, wete lu Akron recently.
Mrs. I. W. Menlzer uud daughter
Mav. returned Saturday from .N llllsl
In. wheie they visited Mrs, McuUer'alty. am visiting friends In town.
faiucr, , The festival given Juno SKI, under the
Hon or to convert tl('o republle Into uu
empire, wo favor an Immediate declar
ation of the nation's purpose to Rive to
the Filipinos tlrst, u stable form of
government; second, Independence, nud
third, protection from outside Interfer
ence such iih has been Riven for nearly
u century to the republics of Central
uud South America.
The greedy commercialism which
dictated the Philippine policy of tho
Itepubllcan Administration attempts
to Justify It with the idea that It will
pay, but even this sordid and unworthy
pica falls when brought to the test of
facts. The war of criminal aggression
against the Filipinos, entailing an
annual expense of many nillllous, has
already cost more than any possible
protlt that could accrue from the en
tire Philippine trade for years to come.
Furthermore, when trade. Is extended
at the expense of liberty the price Is
always too high.
We are not opposed to territorial ex
pansion when II. takes lu desirable ter
ritory which can be erected into states
In thu Union, and whose people are
willing and lit to become American
citizens.
Wo favor expansion by every peace
ful and leglmate means, But Me are
unalterably opposed to seizing or pur
chasing of distant Islands to be gov
erned outside the constitution, and
whoso people can never become citi
zens. We are lu favor of extending
the republic's Inllueuce among tho
nations but believe that Inllueuce
should be extended , not by force and
violence, but through tho pursuaslvo
power, of a high nud honorable ex
ample. The Importance of other questions
now pending before the American peo
ple Is lu no wise diminished nnd tho
Democratic parly takes no backward
step lrom Its position on them, but
the burning Issue of Imperialism grow
ing out of the Spanish war Involves
Hie. very existence of the republic
and' the destruction of our free Insti
tutions. Wo regard II as the para
mount Issue of the campaign.
MILITARISM A MENACE
TO THE NATION.
Tho declaration In tho Republican
platform adopted at Philadelphia,
held In June, 1000, that the Republi
can party "steudfnstjy adheres to'the
policy announced lu the Monroe doc
trine" Is manifestly Insincere and de
ceptive. This profession Is contradict
ed by the avowed policy of the party
In opposition to the Spirit of the Mon
roe doctrine to acquire and houl sover
eignity over large urens of territory
ami largo numbers of people In the
eastern hemisphere. Wo Insist on the
strict inilutenaiiee of the .Monroe doc
trine and In all Its Integrity, both In
letter and In spirit, as necessary to
prevent I ho extension of European au
thority on this continent, and as es
sentlal to our supremacy In American
affairs. At the samo tlnio we declare
that no American people shall over be
held by force III unwilling subject ion
to European authority.
Wo opposo nilllbu'lsm. It means
compiest abroad and Int'iiuldalloii nud
onnrcsslou at. home. It means tho
strong arm which has1 ever been fatal
to free Institutions. It Is what mil
lions or our citizens have lied irom In
Europe, It will Impose- upon our pence
loving pooplo u large standing army
and unnecessary burden of taxation
and a constant menace to their liber
ties. A small standing army and a
well disciplined slate inllllla are am
ply sutllelenl In lime of pence. This
republic has uu place for a vast mili
tary service and conscription,
lu danger (he volunteer soldier Is his
country's best defender. The National
Gunrif or the United States should
ocr he cherished In t lift put riot le
hearts of a free people. Such organi
zations are ever nil element of strength
and safety, For the llrst time lu our
lilslnry and coeval with the Phlllpplno
comiuesl has there been a wholesale
depaiture from our time Imputed and
approved system of volunteer organi
zation. We denounce It as iiuAmcrl
can, uudemocralle ami uurepubllcaii
and as a subversion of the ancient and
llxed principles of a free people.
A STRONG ANTI
TRUST PLANK.
Private monopolies are Indefensible
and Intolerable. They destroy compe
tition, control the price of all material
and of the finished product, thus infect
ing both producer and consumer. They
lessen the employment of labor and ar
bitrarily it the terms nud conditions
thereof uud deprive ludlvldunl energy
.lohu Hit taker, uorlh of town, Is suf
lei lug fiom appendicitis,
Mis. NleU and son, of Akron, vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. Kerd lH'iit
seh, recently.
Mr. and Mrs, I). Khy and Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Smith spent Sunday with
Thus. Sours nl lleservolr,
MIkkcs .Icssle Huil I li und Minnie
KviuiH were In .Nlmlslln, Sunday.
Knelt uud Jpcl Ithodes of Akron,
spent Sunday with their paienls,
I). V. MenUer was home over Sun
day, Mrs. .1, A. Well and son and Mrs.
Wolf attended the funeral of Mrs.
I hilly at Handy llu Monday.
Levi I.ocM-r of tlreensburg, Mrs. Hally
and sou of Clinton, 'lleo.' Weygandt
of Sharon, and Mrs. II. II. Long of
Pes Moines, lit,, were tho guests of
Alouxo Weygandt Sunday.
MNs (lerlle Heller of Haveiina, Is
the guest of her atiut, Mrs. V, W, Meut.
Jter,
t). Kplluif nud wife of Holmes conn-
PLATFORM.
and btnnll capital of their uj)portuulty
for betterment.
They are the most etlielent moans yet
devlbcd for appropriating the fruits of
Industry to the benefit of tho few ut
the expense of tho muny, and unless
their Insatiate greed Is checked all
wealth will be aggregated lu a few
hands and the republic destroyed.
The dishonest paltering with thu
trust evil by the Republican party lu
state and national platforms is con
clusive proof of tho truth of the charge
that trusts uro the legitimate product
of Republican policies; Unit they are
fostered by Republican laws, and
that they uro protected by the He
publican administration lii return for
campaign subscriptions uud political
support
Wo pledge the Democratic party
to ut i unceasing warfare lu nation,
state uud city ugulust private monop
oly lu every form. Exlstlug laws
agillnst trustH must be enl'oieed nud
more strlugeut ones must bo enacted,
piovldlug for publicity as to the affair
of corporations engaged lu luterstutc
commerce and requiring all corpora
atlons to show, before doing biisluess
outside of tho state of their origin, that
they have uo water lu their stock, and
that they have not attempted, nud are
not attempting to monopolize any
brauch of buslucss or production of
any article of merchandise, nnd the
whulo constitutional power uf Con
gress over Interstate commerce, the
malls and all modes of lulerstalo com
munication shall bo exercised by the
enactment of comprehensive laws upon
the subject of trusts. Tariff laws
should bo amended by putting the
products of trusts upon tho free list to
prownt monopoly under plea of pro
tection. The failure of thu present Republi
can administration, with an ubsolute
control over all the branches of the
national government, to enact any le
Islntlon designed to prevent or oven
curtail the iihborblug power of trusts
and Illegal combinations, or to enforce
the ant I trust laws already ou the stat
ute books, prove the luslncorlty of tho
high sounding phrases of thu Republi
can platform.
DINGLEY TARIFF LAW
BREEDS TRUSTS.
Corporations should be protected lu
all their rights, nud their legitimate
Interests should be respected, but any
attempt by corporations to Interfere
with the public uffnirs of the people or
to control the sovereignty which cre
ates them, should bo forbidden under
such penalties as will make such tit
tempts Impossible,
Wo condemn the Dlugley tariff law
as a trust breeding measure, skillfully
devised to give tho few favors which
they do not desire to plnco upon tho
muny burdens which they should not
bear.
Wo favor such enlargement of the
scope of tho Interstate commerce, lnw
as will enable tho commission to pro
tect. Individuals nud communities from
discriminations uud tho public from
unjust nud unfair transportation rates
Wo reulllrm nnd indorse the princi
ples of tho national Democratic pint
form ndoptcd nt (Mileage lu 18IHJ, nnd
wis reiterate tho demand of that plat
for for nn American tluanelal system
made by. the American people for
themselves, which shall restore and
maintain a bimetallic price level, nud
as part of such system the Immediate
restoration of tho free aud unlimited
coinage of silver and gold at tho pres
ent legal ratio of Id In I without wait
ing for the aid or consent of any other
nation,
Wo denounce the currency bill en
acted nt tho last session of Congress ns
n step forward In tho Itepubllcan pol
icy which alms to discredit tho right of
the national government to Issue nil
money, whether coin or paper, and to
bestow upon national banks the power
to Issue paper money for their own
benellt. Permanent national bank cur
rency secured by government bonds
must have u permanent debt to rest up
on, and If tho bank currency Is to In
crease with population nud business,
the debt must also Increase. The Re
publican currency scheme Is, therefore.
n scheme for fastening upon thu tax
payers n perpetual ami growing debt
for the benellt of the banks. We are
opposed to this private corporntlou pa
per circulated ns money, hut without
ickiii iciiucr quinines, mm iiemilllil tue
retirement of the national bank notes
ns fast as this government pnuer or
slher cert I ilea tes can bo substituted
for I hem.
We favor an amendment to the fed
era I constitution providing f6r the elec-
auspices of the Sunday school of the
tlrill church of Clinton, was a profit
able, us well us social affair. Korty
dollars were secured above expenses.
Shako Into Your Shoos.
Allen's Foot-Huso, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, swollen feet
and Ingrowing nulls, nud jnstuutly
takes the stlug out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of the ago. Allen's Kpot-lCase
uin;es tight or new shoes feel easy. It
Is a certain cure for sweating, callous
and hoi, tiled, uchliig feel. '1,'ry It to
day, Sold by all druggists Mild shoe
stores, lly mall for '.Me lu! stamps.
Trial package free. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, l.elloy, N. Y. - 1
SUFFIELD.
I.
(Special Correspondence.)
Sullleld, .Inly 5.-Mrs. Hubert Cart-
mell and son Uiiilelgli. were; visitors
at the residence of Mr. uud Mm. .1. U.
- Declaration of
r.
tlou of United States Senators by tho
direct vote of tho people, uud wo fa
vor direct legislation wherever prac
ticable. Wo uro opposed to government by In
junction; wo denounce tho blacklist,
ilnd favor arbitration ns rt menus of
settling disputes between corporations
ami their employes. In the interest of
American labor uud, the uplifting of tho
worlclngmau us the corner stone of tho
prosperity of our country , wo recom
mend that Congress create a depart
ment of labor, In charge of a secretary,
with a seat lu tho cabinet, believing
that the clovntlou of Aiurclcau laborers
will bring with It Increased production
uud Increased prosperity to our 'country
ut homo uud to commerce abroad
Wc are proud of the courage and fi
delity of the American soldiers and
salloru lu all our wars; we favor liberal
pensions to them uud their dependents,
uud wo reiterate the position taken lu
tho Chicago Platform in 1SUU that the
fuct of eullstmeut aud service shall bo
deemed conclusive cvldcuco against
disease nud disability before enlist
ment. Wo fuvor tho Immediate construe
Uou, ownership and control of thu
Nicaragua cnuul by the United States,
ami wo dououueo the Insincerity of tho
planlc lu thu Itepubllcan platform fpr
uu Isthmian canal lu fufco of tho falluro
of the Honubllouu majority to pass the
uui pending m Congress We eoudemn
the Hay-Puuncefoto treuty as a sur
render of American rights, ami inter
ests not to bo tolerated by the Ameri
can peoplo
REPUBLICAN PLEDGES
NOT KEPT.
We denounce the failure of the Re
publleau party to carry out Its pledges,
to grant statehood to the terrlorlcs of
Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma,
aud wo promise the peoplo of thoso
territories Immediate statehood nud
home rule during their condition as
territories, uud we faor home rule
nun a territorial lorm of government
for Alaska uud Porto Rico.
Wc favor nn intelligent system of
improving tho nrjiblo hinds of tho west,
storing tho waters for purposes of Ir
rlgntlon nud tbcMioldlng of such lauds
for settlers.
Wo favor tho continuance aud strict
enforcement of the Chinese exclusion
law and Its application to the same
classes of nil Asiatic races.
.letrersou sal; "Peace, .commerce
and honest friendship with all natlous;
cutnugllng nlllances with noue."
Wo approve this wholesome doctrine
and earnestly protest against thu He
publleau departure, which bus Involv
ed ns In so-piillfd politics, Iiicludlug the
diplomacy of Europe and the Inlriguu
uud land grabbing of Asia, and we es
pecially condemn the 111 concealed Re
publican alliance with England, which
must mean discrimination ngalust oth
er flrendly nations nml which has al
ready stifled the nations, while liberty
Is being strangled In Africa.
Believing In the principles of self
government and rejecting as did our
forefathers, tho claim of mounrchy,
we view wnn inuigiiatlon tho purpose
of England, to overwhelm with fovea
tue south Africa republics. Speaking
ns wo do for tho entire American na
tion except Its Republican olllcehohb
ers, and for all free men everywhere.
we extend our sympathies to the he
roic Burghers lu their uucmml strug
gle to maintain their liberty end Inde
pendence, AVo denounce tho lavish appropria
tions of recent Republican Congresses
which have kept taxes high uud which
threaten the perpetuation of tho op
presslve war levies. Wo oppose the
accumulation of n surplus to be squan
dered In such barefaced frauds upon
tho taxpayers ns tho shipping subsidy
bill, which, under the false pretense
of prospering American bhlp-hulldliis
wotlld put unearned million Into Hi
pockets of favorite contributors to lhe
Hopubllenn campaign fund. Wu fa
vor tho reduction nnd speedy repeal
of tho war taxes and u return to the
tlino-honored Democratic policy of
strict ovonotny In governmental ex
penditures. Relieving that our most cherished In
stitutions nre lu groat peril, thut the
very existence of our constitutional
reputation Is at stake, aud that tho
decision now to be rendered will do
termlne whether or not our children
nvo to enjoy thoio blessed privileges
of free government which havo iiiiulu
the United Slates great, prosperous
nml honored, wo enruestly usk lor tho
foregoing declaration of principles tho
hearty support of tho llberly-lovlug
American people, regardless of pre
vious party iilllllntlous.
Krlleli, Sunday.
Sherllf M, I.. Long of ltavenna was
lu (own Tuesday.
Miss Kvu tirohe win In Kent Thurs
day. Ilobert Atchhon of Mogadore, called
nt the Sutlleld station last week to see
his friend, it. A. Cartmell.
Mrs. Weber ami daughter Mary of
Tullmadge, were visitors In the vlllago
Thursday.
Mr. Ward Lake, station ug'eut ut
Mogadore, resigned Saturday. '
35SOO REWARO.
Wo will liny the ciliovo rownnl for niiy enM
)riuU.l1nHI,,lnlHl n..ui..,.lil UlnL' ll.'nfla
noli. ImllKOMluii, ('tmsllimtlon or Uuntlvu
notii wo rnnnot euro with I.tverlln. tl Up-to-Dnto
l.Htlp M ft l'lll.wUtMi IhoiltrtH'tloiii
Hi-o utrlutly t'oiuplloil Itlu 'Xliey nr pnioly
Vosatiible ami imver full toulvviuitUfiwtloii.
So boxen routiilu 10U ,l!l, luo Uo.iqn contain
40 nllli. 6o boxf contain 15 Dills. nwnr of
pllli. 60 boxet contain 15 pllli. n
y innll.
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Hilton nuil Jncknon Htl., (JhlcnRO, 111
Hold by K. utelnlinchvr & Co.,- Uvuentt,
Akron, 6,
cat'iu
The Deuuiciiii h f.lneis are grnwlnd
becnuhc they bring results. Try. them,
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WINNER" BREAD
is im e:az
Everybody Eats
DO YOU?
. . . BAKED ONLY B Y . . .
...AKRON BAKERY.
2i!!Pl?Ss
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Dr. D. H. Hennlnger und Miss Helen
Cleveland spent n delightful Fourth
In Canton with Miss Maude Hennlng.
or or that city.
Mrs. h. W. Brown of 200 Carrol! st.,
left Friday for Hamilton, O. After a
brief visit she will continue her trip to
Atlanta, Ga. , ,,
Miss Martha M. Miller has returned
to her homo In Whipple, 0., after u
visit with friends In this city.
Miss Marie Pfnft of Whipple. O., is
tho guest of her bister, Miss Kathorine
Pfuff of liO'J Sumuor st.
Mrs. Luoinda W. Brown left Friday
for Ilamlltou, where she will visit for
several days. Tho will attend the Na
tional convention of thu Y. P. C. U.
of tho Unlversallst church at Atlanta
before returning to her homo In this
city.
(Miss Augusta Kopp, a teacher in tho
Buffalo (N. 1".) public schools, nnd her
sister, Bmiiui Kopp, will spend tho
summer vacation nt the homo of their
uncle und mint, Ml, nnd Mrs. Peter
Schick, 107 Cummins st.
Mrs. 0 ra co Whltciunn will Icavo
next week for a summer outing nt
Mackinaw.
Dr. nnd Mrs. It. B. Carter left Thttrs-
ilay for the country where they will
remain during tho summer.
F. C. Fish of Toledo, is the guest'
of relatives in this city.
Mrs. Eliza Lee and Miss Mary Bonn,
of IKM W. Miller live., will leave Mon
day for England, their old home, for
a soveral months' sojourn with rela
tives uud friends.
DELEENBAUOH-COHEBTT.
At r o'clock yesterday afternoon
Judge Frank B. Dellenbaiigh of Cleve
land and Miss Theresa M. Corlctt,
daughter or Mr. .lohu B. Corlctt, of
Corlctt Station, were united In innr
rlngo at the homo of' the bride. The
ceremony was performed by nt,v- Dl'
1j. H. Stewart, pastor of the Broadway
Methodist Episcopal church. There
were present ouly a few of the liiinio-
(Unto friends and relatives of tho
groom and bride, tho latter being uuat
tcuded. , The Corletts are tho oldest family In
tho place mimed after them, nnd nre
well known throughout the entire comi
ty. Mrs. Dellenbaiigh received a large
number or beautiful presents from hor
friends and the friends oT the groom.
At 7:45 o'clock last evening Judge nud
Mrs. Dellenbaiigh, accompanied by his
mother und tho bride's sister, Miss Eth
el Corlctt, loft tho city for a trip which
will last until the uihldlo or September.
They will travel through tho British
Isles, France, Germany nud Switzer
land, taking the trip up dho Hhluc.
They will also visit Italy nnd Greece,
nnd probably go ns far cast ns Jerusa
lem. MUCH INTEREST
Being
Taken In Sale of Unclaimed
Goods.
The auction stile to be conducted
Saturday by the Adams Express com
pany, lu uccordsuco with uu act of tho
General Assembly of Ohio, passed lu
187", entitling express companies to
sell unclaimed freight, will be novel
lu muny details. THoro tire 000 arti
cles to bo sold, uud bidders will not
know the couteuts at tho packings for
which they hid. iut, ninoui; 000 .arti
cles, It Is figured thut there are some
valuable t,'oods, and that great bar
gams may he obtained,
Considerable Interest Is tieiug inueu
lu the sale. Knob year these auction
sales are couduetpd. and the assort
ment of unclaimed goods collected
during a year Is lurge and miscellan
eous, i
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GuarnutcQ nud Trust Co., 'J20 South
Slain Street.)
A, Af Moore U Harvey Waterman
and Ilobert Force, lot fiS in A. A.
Moore's allotment In thu village or
Karhertou, ."ft".".
A. A. Moore to .1. W. Kdwards, lot
KEJ In A. A. Monro's allotment In the
vlllago of Iturberlon, l7o.
lleo. W. Leonard to Sebastian ltreii
ner, '-MM acres lu Hudson township,
$S0l.
Mary Cornell to .lohn liroyer, .18
feet ou north side of llrown st if 1000.
l.otlls Cabrosky to Aggie Cabrosky,
00 feet corner Canal and Heach sts.,
$1.00,
Wm. T. Snwyer to l'hlhuider M.
lloyer, lots Nos. 155 and 157 In W. T.
Sawyer's Colllnwood nllotment, $73.
The Democnit's' Liners are growing
bcvuusc they bring results. Try them.
THE NEW OUTING HATS
STYLISH
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Children's Sailors lOw IjN
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Handsome Sailors In finest
latest shapes, from vWw lit lm
IVIiss Helen Griffin
Phone 265 125 East Exchange st;, cor. High.
S THE
TO MAKE YOUR
Plumbing and
Gas Fitting....
Estimates and Specifica
tions Promptly Furnished
rntc vr unnu&.
1 HI. F. OAHILL,
J PHONE 1S5. 203 E. IVIairlcet; St.
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Get our special prices for ICE CREAM furnished and deliv
ered every Sunday In tho month.
Tho reduction wo glvo will make it nn object to you to contract
by tho month.
BECKER'S CAFE,
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IMaw York IVHIIinory
Still another special sale und cut lu prices for Saturday, July 0,
In trimmed and' untriiumcd goods, also In sailors nnd ready to wear
hats at oue-half price. Wo have had liunense sales ou these, goods.
Call and examine them. , Children's hats, nn immense variety at less
thnu cost, as wo nvo over-stocked with them, and wish to close them
out.
MRS. E. B. ROOT. Over U2 SOUTH HOWARD sT
Ice Cream
When ice cream freezers aro as cheap as they aro this season no
family should bo without ono during the summer. Wo have them in
all sizes nud luvlte your inspection of them.
Cherry Stoners
Aro a genuine bpon to the housewife in canulng season,
work, time aud tho hnnds.
HARTER & MILAR,
Howard and IVIarlcoi:
TELEPHONE S4.
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My Old Customers
Aro returning since i lmvo boon alono. Tho rea
son Is not far to seek-. Years of oxperlonco with my
work and prices oonvlnoe them that both aro right
In addition to my Plumbing and Heating business, I
am bundling a full line of Natural Gas Goods. Ro-
moinber my number,
J. &m SMITHS
357 South Main
Tlnnhon A.BQ.
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Felt and Straws
Are remarkable for their beauty uud
nrtlstle merit. The shapes vurledl
enough to sutt nil tastes, and the prices
amazingly low. Wo nre offering big
reductions ou nil Trimmed Hats ?5,
$6, 57, 5S Huts nt Just ONE-HALF the
price. To save you money you should
take advantage of this offer.
SAIIL.ORS.
Mackmnw Straw Sailors
this season's styles .
Mackinaw Straw Sailors 4QA
this season's styles . 39.U
straws in
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TIME
Contract
Complete line of Gas
and Electric Fixtures
carried in stock.
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