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f F L aVWWWW - c Under- wear c Specials An For Saturday v See our rXDEUWEAU r he equaled anywhere for the Underwear For Saturday MORNING Ladies' and children's ribbed vests Ladies' sleeveless and short -.leevc vest- Ladies' fnncv ribbed eern and white vests Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests, high and low sleeves, and sleevele.-s, a big bargain Ladies Jerev ribbbed out size vest Oiitciv.. -lerii-v ribbed vest.", low Ladies' Jersey fine ribbed vests and pants also, outsizes whli short and long sleeves - Children's underwear, all sizes, all qualities all prices. Men1 Men's Jcrsev ribbed shirt and drawers Men's Kgvptiali balbriggan shirts and drawers Men's French ballwiggan underwear Hosiery i .i;.,..' f.-i-t lilnck bosierv. boxed Uov's henw black ribbed hose, double heel and toe. '" Don't forg-t our HIISISOX SALK THIS WEEK 150 and 152 South DARROWVILLE. The "Ideals." a musical organiza - tion from Grand llapids, Mich., will niveau enlertainment in fho Cra.nge hall. Saturday evening. May 13th. Mr. and Mrs.. F. it. Howe riunday ed in JJarberton. the guests of W. (!. Hubert sun and family. Rov F. Coller, an employe of the Cleveland Printing and Publishing coinpanv. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coller. Harry Lewis of Everett was in town-Sunday. L. E. Sweet, wife and daughter. Marion, or Kent, called on (J. W. Sweet and family, Sunday. Bert Darrbw was the guest or Ak ron friends Sunday. The funeral of Mrs. V. II. Norton was held from her late residence last Thursday at -2 o'clock. Rev. M. Green of Kent.'olliciating. Miss Sarah Dawson of Cleveland, is visitinir L. Darrow and family. She is returning home from a three , ntonths' stav in Florida. F.,15. Peck and family entertained visitors from -Akron, Sunday. William McWhinney and family of Fairlawn, were Sunday visitors here. M. P. Mvers and family entertain ed Frank Mvers and wife and Louis Mvers of Cuyahoga Falls. Sunday. F. 11. Howe and wife were in Cleve land Saturday on business. ' Jessie B. Sweet of Cleveland, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sweet, for a few days. Miss Nettie Moore of Akron, was fn-town Thursday. J. C. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Spauldingof Youngstown, attended the funeral of Mrs. Norton. Thurs day. Fred Darrow. who has been se riously ill with typhoid pneumonia, is improving. N. V. Walker and W. G. Smith were in Hawkins, Sunday. How's This? We oITit One llundreil .Dollars Howard for any cno of Cntnrrh that cannot 1o cured Jy Hull's Catnrrli Cure. .1. K. OIIEXKY A CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. We. Ill iindcr-lgneit. have known J. K. Cheney for the last 13 yciir-. and believe lilra perfectly hunorulile in all business transactions, and financially nhle to carry out any obligation made by their linn. WEST Jt TKt'AX, Wliolesal.t Druggists, Toledo. O. WALIIIXfi, KIXXAX MAltVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken .internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous -urfaees of the system. Price 73c per lottle. Sold by nil druggists. Testimonials free. . Hall's family Pills are the best. STEWARTS CORNERS. Miss Mamie Whaleyof Hudson, has returned to take charge of the school at this place, After a two weeks' illness. Mrs. James Campbell had quite a serious runaway last Tuesday on her way to Kent, caused by the iron bolt dropping from the thill. Mrs. Camp bell jumped out of the carriage as she expected every minute to be thrown into if deep ditch at the roadside. The buggy caught in a tree a quarter of a mile further on and stopped the horse. Fifteen dozen eggs Hew in as inanv directions, never to be re gath'ered. .-53 . -Z&iWk Miss Hannah Prior, who has. been very sick for the past months, is re covering. E.Moody and children are min ing to Kent. Mrs. William Norton of Turkey Point, died last Tuesday of pueti moifia. Funeral held at her late res idence Thursday at 2 p.m. Inter ment tit Darrowville cemetery. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn their loss. The children are Edgar, Wither, Helen and. Wil lie. Friends and. neighbors extend their sympathy in their great loss. A kind and loving mother is gone to receive her reward. Terrible plagues, those itching, pestering diseases of the -skin. 1'iit an end to misery. Doan's Ointment cures. At any drug store. Suggestions For M. 0. BRGUSE, Agf, OUR PRICES ARE Aai Paper Danforth & To I o p H o n o 396. WWMa ro Hosiery Specials For Saturday j and pare prices. (nnnot money. ea :i for 10c. 12U.C I leek. short 12'ic 15c ea JOc neck and sleeveless. Underwei :St)c .Vk- i pairs for old- 12'fcl Howard Street. I The Akron hoe Co, Xew Boots ami Ox fords are received every day. No house in the state can show belter styles and (tialities for the price than we. Ladies, keep your feet cool. South Ties, tan and black, and guaranteed not to slip at the heel Trince Alberts $ l-SO AND i2.50 Let us shoe the chil dren we give special attention to this depart ment. Child's Ian and black, lace or button, at Is a shoe usually sold at $1. See them, and hun dreds of other specials at the popular Akron Shoe Co. 132 S. Main Street. Rubber heels help the tired feet try them SOc put on. GHENT. Mrs. L. Point has returned from Michigan, having been called there by the death of her father. Tlie ice cream festival and dance given by the K.O.TfM. was largely iit tended. L. Daniels was in Kent Saturday on business. Mrs. Marv Heattv spent Tuesdav with Mrs. "H. II. Faniiacht. Miss'Hattie Cummins of Akron, is staving with her sister: Mrs. U.K. Fasnaeht, while Mr. II. H., K. S. and J. 15. Fasnacht lay a barn wall for J. Bennage in Akron. StSr.sSSs'rSps?:::. r You Must Eat to Live w 'V " Witt- nn onma . n.jt ...... . . may bui come wnere yoa gei i U the BEST MEALS at all hours? & ...THE... Atlantic Garden $ V W -i- ..curuieau nebiauram.. (J) DETTLTNG BROS.,. Props. IV 200-202 E. Market st. IX y' ,j?"S'S'ii,'S'5'S'? $2.50 Housecleaning Time If yntt roiiteinpliite using Aall aper don't fail tu see our line, tin.' stuck is complete. 1'resli and dean at nearly last year's prices. See us for I aoe Cur-taihs. We can please you. Rig assortment of New Skirt's and Shirt Waists. New Summer Underwear.& Hosiery. New Laces and Embroideries. New Ribbons and Parasols. New Suits and Jackets. I.O.O.F. Main st. Temple. THE LOWEST ON and! Paints. Saunders, No. 309 E. FVIill S-fc. MOGADORE. Thursday night about 1:2 o'clock-. Kinina Thurston was aroused by a strange noise, which she supposed was caused by burglars. On looking out into the moonlight she saw a hor.-e and buggy circling around the i houe. The driver being absent, the , horse was taken care of. Xext morning it proved to belong to Mr. Alexander of Akron, who was in town calling on a friend and re mained a trifle too late. We have been improving our town by placing a porch in front of Kagle , block. . . Saloma Mi-hler has purchased a bicycle for her .daughter from Mr. Kobeiistine. the second hand agent. The cheese quartet which attended the dance at Suflield last Friday night came very near cleaning out the town before thev returned home. G.O.P. COPLEY. The social given at the home off , Miss Maud Starr on the S'nii of April was well attended. The proceeds 'went to the Methodist church. Quarterly meeting was held at the church last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. H. P. Weeks served a big dinner last Sunday for her relatives ' , and friends of Akron and her sister from .Omaha. An ice cream festival will be given at the town "hall next Saturday even ing for the benefit of the Methodist church. All are cordially invited to. attend. Clarence Long is improvingslowly. Mrs. Roval Brock way. an aged ladv. is vistting Mrs. JI. P. Weeks. fr. and Mrs. Grant Franks had their little daughter, Mary, christen- i ed hist Sunday evening by Mr. .Mat thews, the presiding elder of the Methodist church. Sweet, refreshing sleep is given by Hood's Sarsa pari 11a which strength- , ens the nerves, tones tlie stomach i and overcomes all dyspeptic symp- i toins. You should try it. Hood's Pills are prompt and clli cienr, easy to i.iKe, easy in opei.in. ( . D0YLEST0WN. Mrs. Frank Nichter. of Cleveland, visited her parents last week. Edward Gardner, of Akron, was home Sunday. A.J. Rrandt, wife, and children, of Canal Fulton, were the guests of Mrs. 15. s parents Sunday. Miss Mamie Kline of Akron, spent Sunday- with friends here. Andrew Purscll, and wife spent Sunday, with relatives in Sterling. Joseph and Rosa Weinsheimer, of Akron, were the guests -of their mother Sunday. Kent Young and wife were at Zoar last week. Miss Auuis Gardner, of Jtarberton, visited her parents Sunday. Corletta Lnych, of Akron, called on friends and relatives Sunday. Miss luinna and Cornelia Marshall of Wooster, spent .Sunday with their uncle, Joseph Marshall. Miss Mary Weinshoiinernf Akron, spent Sunday here. Rev. E. W. J. Lindesmith went to Lovitl Oak Mondav night. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nichter, r Canal Fulton, were the guests of relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Gill, of Massil Uin, visited Sunday with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Deible. SUFFIELD. Mrs. Good of Akron, is spending a week in the village with her friend, Miss Grohe. Married, at Jlartville, last Thurs day. G. F. Stout, a former resident here, but now of that village, and Miss Laura Wegiuan, of Sutlield. Lewis Weginan, brother of the bride, iicted as groomsman and Miss Alice Stout, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. Rev. Lohman olliciatcd. Thev are at home to their friends at Har'tville. George Sixer and wife of Akron, were visitors at the residence of Mr. .and Mrs. A. A. Kent Sunday. George Arbogast and wife of l7n iontown, spent Sunday at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ran benstine. A number of our bicycle riders took a run to Mogadorc last Friday evening. They report a. good time. Mrs. Charles Halm or Canton. .is spending a fewdavs at the residence of G.W. Fitch and wire. Charles Ginther and wife of Hart .ville. spent Sunday with William Kreinberg and wife. The regular W.C.TX. meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. Emma Cramer, one mile east of the village. Saturday at I p.m. -Itrim- i field union has been invited. They i have expressed a willingness to I come. Refreshments will be served. 1 No preaching service af the 15c j formed church Sunday. Simday l school at !!::-( a. in".;- Christian En j denvor at T:H0 p.m. 1 LAST LINKS. MISUSE OF THE MAILS (trover Repp, of this city, was lined $-J(K in the F.S. court for seudinjrob jectionablo matter through the mails. HORSE KILLED A runawily occurred this afternoon mi East Mar ker st.. which resulted in the death of a horse beloiijrinir to .John Mem mer. TEAM WORK The team of Ak ron lod;;c, Xo. I. Pathfinder, were in IJarberton Wednesday niht to con fer decrees. The Pal blinder has a piod membership in that town, over 1(H) names heinjr enrolled. ' 4 DEATHS." Smith Catherine Smith, ASi East Center st., aged .V.) years, died Thurs day morning, May 4, of meningitis, after a 12 days' illness. Deceased had resided here :tl years. Funeral later. Try Allen's Foot-Ease. A jHimler In lie sliiiken Into Hie sIhm-s. .i this sfusoii .vour feet feel swollen, nervou and hot. iiikI eel IJml cn-ity. If .von Imve sinnrllnt; feet or tlsht slus, try Allen's I'oot-Knse. It roiils the feet nnil innkes wnlUlnjx ensy. 1'itves swollen ;mil swentin", feet, ltllsters iiihI e.'lllolls sjiots. Kelleves eoriinnil bunions of nil i:iitt:iint ie rst mill eoinforl. Try II IimIuv. Solil ly nil ilrnsists ami shoe stores for :.'.V. "'J'rln imi'kiige l'ISI'H'!. Ailclress, Aliens. i llnistenil Ij ltoy, r,. Y. A lireMi llelii. "It ic cherishing our illusions that teep-i us young." "Yes: especially if .we hold on to the illusion Ui.it wo iV, etill young.": Chicago Recoid. Fine Stock OF SMEV Trimmed Hats i A. A.I1 is. I. L Our Spring Line of Tans and Patent Leathers Is the most complete in the city. SEE THE NEW SHOE OUR ' ' "WALK-OVER" Made in all leathers.on up-to-date lasts. Forstyje. comfort and wear, they lead all medium priced footwear. ' E. C. WILDES, 113 East Mill Street, Under Akron Savings Bank. VU7. fcfcgftJaB HE STILL LIVES. A Cne AVIiltp lleiliciil Science Made n I. idle 311xfiilcnliitiiiii. "Medical science occasionally makes a grand miscalculation," said an old citizen. "I never pass a certain bonsu on lower Prospect street without re-" nieiuberiuK that 28 years: ao a certain noteil doctor of this town lie died re cently condemned me to'deatli. 'Yon have but a week to live,' lie said. "This was information of somewhat serious import to me, although, at that time, I didn't much care, whether it wiis ii week or a mouth. But I went to another doctor. 'Are you really fright ened V he ;i-keil. 'Ko,' I said; 'I've got beyond that.' Then he remarked, 'You can'Ula-t a month.' Somehow this cor roborative testimony didn't satisfy me. . Before 1 got through my searehjor in formation I consulted eight doctors. And, by the way, I was hnntiug through the second week before I made the rounds. Of course they all agreed pret ty well. The mut liberal man of the lot said I might pull through for a year, bnt he greatly doubted it. The other i medicos gave'nie finm a week to three months. "Well, sir, I've attended the funerals i of five of those doctors, ami, please God, I'll see the other three under the tod before I unit. "Understand me I was a pretty tough object id that .time. A bronchial trouble had worn nie to skin and bone. I walked with a crutch and a cane. I could scaicely talk. All the doctors agreed that my lungs were past mend ing. Five of them said I had bnt one Inng left, and that, they claimed, was on its lat leg. "Well, when I went to the ninth , doctor, I was mad clear through. I J knew he didn't have a blessed idea con- cerning my case. But he tried hard to look knowing and went back to his lit tle drug tank and presently returned with a neat package wrapped in white l paper. I handed him the $'2 be demand- ed and walked away. 'Here,' ho paid'; 'you've forgotten your medicine.' I ' turned back. 'Xo, I haven't,' I paid i hotly; 'I left it there purposely. Give it to the next credulous fool whose case l you don't understand.' Hay, it did me good to. get mad. I went home, chncked j every drug into the ah barrel, staid out in the open air all I conld, wasn't I the least bit careful about myself, worked about the house every da- until exhausted and began to get "better. By Georgel Inside of a year I was in tiptop condition! Look at m? now! Sound as f a dollar! Yes, sir, science does occa sionally slip up with considerable unan imity." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Elephants have the bitterest enmity to camels. When the camel scents the elephant, it stops still, trembles in -all l its limba and utters an interrupted cry I of terror and affright. Xo persuasion, no blows, 'can induce it to rise. It . moves its head backward and forward, and its whole frame is shaken with mortal angtii-h. The elephant, on the contrary, as, s(ni as he perceives the camei; elevates his, trunk, stamps with his feet, and with his trunk thrown backward, snorting with a- noise like the so nnil of a trumpet, ho rushes tc waidthe camel, which with itsneckoiil- I stretched ami utterly defenseless awails J with the. most patient resignation the approach of its enemy. The elephant, ' with its onunnons shapeless, limlis, tramples on the unfortunate animal In such a niitnner that in a few minutes it J i3 scattered around in small fragments, i Police Court. In police court Thursday morning Krauk Stadelmauaud Harry Walker, assault and battery, each $.", and costs. Cynthia Hansard, keeping house of ill fame, $a.i and costs. Myrtle 'Enfield, residing in sanle, $10 and costs. Loviiw A. l'redinore and V. H. Hansard, keeping house of ill fame, continued until May !. . (trace Hall, prostitute, continued until May 0, Prices ON Y V Soniel Hue second-hand bar gains Fine Square a-fc $125 .1 per mouth. gtTsed upright, walnut case, a lug bargain. Will offer it cheap. $135 3 Organs A.-fc $20 each, in good shape, cash or payments. Special inducements for May in now goods. Kranioh ifc Bach, Richmond, Starr 1'iauos. Old Pianos or Organs taken iis part payment. - Call and see us. G.M.OTTiOROS. 173 South Howard st. Wanted A safe cheap for cash Arc worth their price (riiaraJvU'i'd for live vi'iu's-. Thijik'nfthat. 0 Foster Bros. We Sell Cheap AMUSEMENTS Grand Opora House "Wimjuk F. Sticki,k, Mgr. NEXT ATTRACTIONS: Thursdav,' Mav 4, "A Spring Chicken." S & G's Pointers. "With one pound of any regular priced coffee 22c and higher we give free-a patent metal percolator. Can be attached to any coffee pot and holds all the grounds. Far superior t a bag. Schumacher & Gammeter. If. IS. Howard St. ,WVWWVVWWWWVWVWW John G. Kngclhnrt. "W"m. F. Ecknrt Engelhart & Eckart I ' IlliiinUw Htcuinand i iumuuij, (Js s irmiin'. ? Mfrs-. of the Kngelhart Hot I lit'iipritlfir. Wntf (J lill K. Mill st. Tel. -15 $ TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. U'AXTKU l'ii'r liiingers. Viil.v nt .lie.-. Dunne Urns. .tCo. l-'-ll WII.I. UXTl'KK IX A.K-ROX Mrs. Anna C. (Seorge will lecture in Akron. Her manager is here ar ranging a date. (KB The Far ORGANIZATION Of the Street Railway Company Friday. Makincj Preparations For the Con solidationThe Officers. The organization of the Akron Traction ifc Electrie company will be perfected at a meeting; in Cleveland Friday. The officers of the new corporation w'iH be II. A. Everett, president; i Will Christy, vice president: Charles F. Moore, secretary: .I..R. Xutt, treasurer and L. S. Beilstein. super intendent. The directors are H. A. Everett. E. W. Moore and C. W. Wassoiij Cleveland, and Will Christy and J. R. Xutt. Akron. C; F. Mooye w in Cleveland today on business connected with the road. As soon as the Everett people secure control of a few outstanding shares of the stock of the Akron Traction it Electric Co. another re organization will take place, and the Akron line and the Akron, Redford & Cleveland road will be consolidated ,,,,...,. s,,,.. , .,,,.. m.,,, ..,, ' llllliei uiu; ijitioOgCiutJiii. Funds on theunderwritingare now being paid to the trustees, and th'e ! consolidation will be effected as soon as the necessary legal requirements are carried out. LOST HIS ARM. Cereal Company Employe's Unfortu nate Accident Amputation. ' Frank McKee, 309 West Thornton St., aged about 21 years, met with an I accident in the shell dcrmrtmeut of I the Cereal mills Thursday morning at.!i o'clock, that cost him his left arm. His arm caught in :i buzz saw and the muscles were severed from four inches below the shoulder to three inches below the elbow, the cut extending, about eight inches' in length. . . ' He fainted and was carried into I Dr. J. V. Cleaver's dflicc. Parks" ambulance removed him to the hos pital, where Doctors J. V. Cleaver and James AV. Rabe amputated his! arm between the shoulder and el- . bow. He is resting, easily. Underwood-Kile. Dr. E. S: Underw.ood and Miss j Sarah Kile were married Wednesday j evening, at tlfe homo of the bride's! parents, 115 Balch st.,inthe presence of 75 guests. Many relatives and friends from out of town were pres- ent. They will reside at 130 South Maple st. Their new home was de corated by friends Friday in it most unique style. " THE MUSES. Of old the mascs Kit on high And heard and judged the songs of men. On one tlicy smiled who loiterod by; Of toiling ten thej slighted ten. "They lightly servo who sprvo us beat, Nor know they how the task wns done. Te muses love a boul at rest, Bnt violence and toil we shun." If men say true, the muses now Have changed their ancient haliitnde And. would he served with knitted brow And stress and toil each day renewed. Bo eaeli one with the other vies . Ot those who wcavo romance or song, "On us, O muse, bestow thy prize, For we have striven well and longl" .And yet mcthinks I hear the hest Come murmuring down from Helicon, "They lightly serve who serve us best. Nor know they how tho task was donl" Edith!!. Thonm3 in Dial. Aer the Cnll. "Did die make yon feel at home!" "No,, but she mado me wish I wns." Brooklyn Life. A Dilcminn. Hungry Higgins Here is an ad. in the paper that says "save yonr old ras." Weary Watkins That sounds all right, but I bet the feller that give that advice had no barb wire fence in front uf him and a big dog 'behind hiui. In dianapolis Journal. Self ICuoTvIcdKe. It is diflicnlt for a 'man to know him; self. If he thinks he's not a fool, he's certf.'.nly Mistaken, and if ho thinks he's a fool he's no fool. Detroit Jour nal. - Saved lij- "April Foul." April fooling is a very noted practice In France, anil we net traces of its prevalence thoro at nn curlier period than is tho raise In England. For- instance, it Is related that Francis, Duke ot Iiorraine. ami his Wife, being in captivity at Xnntes, effected their escape iu consequence of the attempt being luiiile nn tho 1st of April. "Disguised na peasants, the one bearing ! a hod on his phouliler, tho other carrying a basket of rubbish at her buck, thoy both, at an early hour of the day, passed through the gates of tho city. A woman having a knowledge if their persons, ran to tho guard to give notice to tho sentry. 'April fool!' cried tho soldier, and all tho guard, to u man, shouted out 'April fool!' Ijegtti nlng with tho sergeant in charge of tho post. I "The governor, to whom the btory was ( told as a jest, conceived sonio suspicion and ordered the fact to bo proved, hut it was too lnte, for in tho uiciintimotho duko Btid his wife were well on their way. The 1st of April saved them." . Vnltlnt For l'nim to riceltlp. Miriam Where do yen expect to go this summer to the mountains or the seashore V Fannie Wo haven't decided yet. It wijl depend on which papa selects. I do J hope ho will say theseashore. I hat Will make mamma take to the mountains, and I liko them so much better. Chi cairo News. $&C$&S! i Dasue BrosM Co. Wash Drei Are in full bloom on new beauties there.- Dimities. Onrandies. made by man. The great trade we have had on White and colored Piques is a test of tlieirpopulari ty. You will do well to consult our Wash Dress (Joods Department. TheWool Goods Section Is still rushed its much as at any time this season. The splendid qualities we are selling at ".!)c, 60c, Toe and $1 are causing our patrons to pitrchase'freely from this department. Supertoritv lies in thre'e factors: THE SELECTION. THE PRICE AND THE VARIETY, and the greatest of these is the VARIETY. Silk: F"sibrics Whether Plain Bliiek'Gros-lirain, Ditchessre. Peatt-de-Soie orTaffetta: we have in large variety that we can guarantee nothing superior in any market in Northern Ohio at the prices we are selling them for, FancySilks waiSs In all grades and colors at oOc, o'.lc, li'Jc, TiicKJc $1 and up. Wash Siltcs - Tn large variety at 25c, :i'.)e,.50e per yard. Ready -to Aear 'aiSt The assortmeiH of this stock has been badly broken for a few days, but that is-all-past and gone now. A shipment of the most tasteful effects produced this season, -are just in and on sale. The reasonable prices have much to do with the rapidity with which we sell these goods. Nice Satin Waists, fucked and corded are selling at 2.!)8 and a. magnificent line of Taffetta and Fancy Silk and Plain Satin Duchesse Waists, in all colors, and blacks are selling at ?o each. Ae Have EVSade Aoncirfual Strides In our Tailor-Made Suit and Jacket Department. There are new things still being added nearly every day. Perfect Fitting Suits in nice materials arc oflorcd at $7.50, ?S.."i0, ?10, $12.o0, $15 and up. Petticoat News Underskirts of Silk, of Moreen, of Mohair, of Sateen, of many fanciful stuffs that are made for the purpose are here. Women with Petticoat wands cannot afford to miss seeing them. . Lace Curtains Two new patterns just received, are on sale at $1.2.", and $1.50 per pair, worth one-half more. LAKE. During a thunder storm last week lightning struck the residence of John doling near the Elderkin mill i and did considerable damage. It i seems that the building was struck i twice iind at the same moment. Xo i person was physically injured. Several of the new and old neigh , bors visited Samuel Hoover and fam i ily in their new home last Sunday evening mid quite an enjoyable time 'was experienced by all. ; The cheese factory, under the 'new management, but personally .supervised by Christ Seiber. hit's 'again commenced the manufacture ofSwcitzer. j An Akron paper stated not long ! since that X: H. Barber was ill with : typhoid fever at St. Vincent's hospi tal, Cleveland. It certainly is not Ts'. ir.'llarber ofXake for he is hero and furthermore is well and has been. A farmer of Siillleld met with an accident lately near Hartvillc. He had loaded a potato planter upon a wagon without a box and had placed it in such a position that it slid for IWllA RPAG ft. P. I aVsSSp SiliSSllifa This (.nit will show you the Detroit Hot Plate Gaso line Stove. The only thing; of the kind on the mar "kel. ('all and see it at 1GG S. Howard street. If you are going to put in a furnace, call on us. we have the 1 BENi . 1 he Inst severe Jahant Geo J. Renncr's II Lager Beer Brewery All Orders by the Barrel or in RnttlM'nrnmntlv Attended tr Bottlesjpromptly attended to "I Q&ga&C&lQ& brics our counters and every day sees Daintier fabrics than "these Muslins and Lawns, are nor Dress 3 BUILDERS' HARDWARE 1 AIMJ MILL SUPPLIES Screen Doors and Window Screens Garnden Hose and Implements and Lawn Mowers Paints, Oils. etc. Call and get our prices before Buying elsewhere. Rohrbacher & Allen Tel. 70. 170. S. Howard st ward on going down hill. The first thing the fanner knew the machine was trying to plant potatoes on the horses' backs, to which they objected and succeeded in unloading the planter and the teamster, and also freeing themselves from the wagon. Xo one was seriously hurt and very little. injury done to anything. Mr. Beisler says his horses came up just 15 minutes earlier than the "early rose." A bag of that stripe was-on the wagon with the planter. Potatoes are being shipped by tbe car lots from Hartvillc. They are paying 50c per bushel of GO pounds and in some cases o.f extras a cent per pound is being paid. There was a time when the most nauseous medicines were regarded as tho best. Hot drops were perhaps the most disagreeable of the old time remedies. Their place has been taken by one of the most pleasant medi cines in use. Chamberlain's Colic, ' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is not only much more agreeable to take but more reliable. It always cures and cures quickly. For sale by all druggists. winter has proven tins. & Weber a This Lager is . Superior to . .All Ull All Others Tpl T OA Akron, 1L1. lltrOU Ohio. Ftiisi5;siiB'Ba",t S j v sjwyjH'TJ-3: -gWf-ia'n-ffiKMJW-WMgi-MrtCT l.-lftlllMMIWIMMMr,lWlr,tilWW -frc&ctKa' " ""' '