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wwwwww Store ! i Decoration Day Buntings Any shade you desire we can give you in the BUNTING LINE. Red, white and blue bunting, 28 in. wide 5c yd Pale blue pink, yellow and purple bunting . 5c yd- Iied,' white stnd blue buntings, 136 in. wide 10c yd Red, white and blue bunting with stars 5c yd Solid red, white and blue bunting 5c yd Fast color flags 8c each, 15c a pair Fast color ilage, on poles, big sizes - 35c Large flair, 4 feet by G feet, fast colors . $1.25 1 feet bvti feet, wool bunting flag . .... $5.00 150 and 152 South Howard- Street. E XEW LOTS JUST RECEIVED. You should t-ee them. It is duo you to come and see our "assortments, our styles and our prices before buying. You owe it to yourself, not only for the money you will save, but for the difference in the hat you will get. "Wo employ the most skilled trim mers. We are constantly in touch with Paris. Berlin and 'Eastern styles. Our styles can always be relied upon as being the latest, the most improved. Smith & Teeple, No. 172 S. SVJaim St. How Easy To keep your silver bright and clean if you use our Silver Polish. We believe it is the best polish in the world. It saves time and labor and leaves a very bright polish Call for a sample bottle Large Bottles SSo Frank, Laubach & Clemmer Co. I.O.O.F. Temple, Main Street. PHYSICIANS Will Attend Funeral of Dr. E. Hitchcock. Resolutions of Respect Passed .at a Special Meeting. The local physicians met Monday night in the Board of Health office and made arrangements for the funeral of Elizur Hitchcock, which will be held Wednesday at 8 o'clock at the First Congregational church. Dr. W. C. Jacobs was chairman of the meeting and Dr. E. S. Under wood, secretary. The following committees were appointed: Resolutions Doctors A. E. Foltz, W. W. Leonard, A. K. Fouser. Flowers Doctorb H. C. Theiss, E. A. Montenyohl, E. O. Leberman. Pall bearers Doctors L. S. Sweit zer, W. C. Jacobs, A. F. Sippy J. P. Boyd, E. O. Lebertnan, W. W. Leon ard. Uiliers Doctors E. A. Menten yohl, H. H. Jacobs, E. S. Under wood, W. A. Sackett, I. C. Rankin, C. E. Norn's. Resolutions of respect were adopt ted. The pall b'earers will meet at the house at 2:30 o'clock. All phy sicians are requested to meet at "Warner's drug store to attend in a body. There was a time when the most nauseous medicines were regarded as the 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. Exquisite Millinery. THE TRIMMED HATS WE ARE SHOWING Are without doubt the handsomest ever shown here or elsewhere. We've an entirely new lot of Trimmed Duplicates of the newest and freshest ideas of the finest trimmers of Paris and New York. Words can give you no idea of the rich ness, the beauty, the style of our millinery. Every popular, up-to-date effect is here, as well as exclusive ideas that are beautiful in the extreme. Hats of all styles, all colors, all combinations are shown. Hats that are becoming to all. I WOLF & O I 130 South ats & Sailors Headquarters for Corsets and Summer Ccrsets. Remodeled and Improved Quarters of the Akron Security and Loan Co. You certainly cannot help but ad mire the handsome office of the Ak ron Security and Loan Co., at No. 193 S. Howard st. The front has been remodeled and the interior dec orations are tasty and modern. Na than M. Berk has deservedly won the confidence of the public and en joys a large patronage. This com pany was organized eight years ago and has made a rapid progress to its present position. The office is neat and inviting, making it one of the finest of its kind in the city, being equipped with all modern require ments for this line of business. MADDEN'S GOAT m S2S A Money Saving Runs Through This Entire Advertisement. We will save you money this week on MWmmw Story! PROMPTLY, Our Entire Line of Men's Suits. We will save you money this week on everything in Our Boys AND Child's Department. We will save you money this week on Furnishings, Underwear, Shirts j AND j Neckwear. ! Before Commissioners Can Flop Again, We will save you money this week if you will look at Our Millions OF Straw Hats. Koch 8P By MB JSgjH Three Days' Sale of Sailors 50c eao "Worth C",c, 75c, .$1.00, $1.25. They are new and the latest thing out in rough straw. Howard St. . AN OLD FIRM Dissolved Partnership J. C. Weber Sells Out to Augustus Jahant. Augustus Jahant has purchased the interest of John C. Weber, in the firm of Jahant & Weber, 1C0 South Howard st., furnace manufacturers and stove dealers. The firm will be known as Jahant & Co., Rohrbacher& Allen represent ing the company. Mr. Jahant began his business career 33 years ago, the Ann being known as Jahant it Bros, anil later Jahant fe Gray. Thirteen years ago it was changed to Jahant & Weber. Mr. Jahant is well-known as a bus iness manof ability. He will con tinue his interest in the Akron Foundry Co. and the manufacture of rurnaces. VIE DISEASES Oftener lurk in cheaply made clothing than people generally- im agine. there: is danger To the customer in buying the productions of attics and base ments teeming with vermin und reeking with germs of contag ions diseases. OUR CL.OTHING Is made by firms who own and operate their own .shops, well lighted and ventilated. THE WORK Is done by competent, tailors. THE UNION LABEL On nearly every thing Ave sell. Will testify as to the workman ship. We sell you goods at NAHAT THEY ARE WORTH. It is dangerous to buy them for less. Reliable Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers," 118 and 120 Wain Street. MDZim HHHHsaBaaaBHBBMBaJs Promises to Cut a Big Figure In the Parade. L The excursion over the Erie road to Mansfield Tuesday, on account of the .meeting of "Grand Lodge of the Knights of Maccabees, was ljuite well patronized by Akron Maccabeps and their friends. Members of Ak ron Tent 120. to the number of about 125, headed by the K.O.T.M. band of 23 pieces marched in a body to the train Tuesday morning. At the meeting of the Grand lodge, which will be held in'the Y.M.C.A. building at Mansfield, the Akron tent will conductthe regular secret work of the order. This is regarded by the members as quite a compli In the parade the Akron tent might have been identified for many reasons, but possibly no feature was more conspicuous in it than Alvin SpillerV driving Patsy Madden's goat in a neal little wagon. That the goat might be familiar with all the cues Mr. Spiller was likely to in troduce in the parade, ho was given a rehersal Monday night in the lodge hall. With a good gad in his right duke and the reigns held in his left, it is said Mr. Spiller could bring the goat down to a line performance. l!T!"ie I OO "TO- I -FOR- Summer tans. If you are out, of TAN SHOES you aie out of style this summer. You are out of a lot. of comfort, too. All the new styles, lasts, toes and shades at a great range of prices. C. A. HOLLOWAY 143 S. Howard st. You know that tired feeling is ex ceedingly disagreeable. What is far Detter, you may know, by a fair trial, that Hood's Sa'rsaparilla entirely cures it. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache, billioifsness, indigestion. Price 25 cents. Tky Are Right, and We Know It - OUR STYLES AND PRICES OF- . Trimmed Millinery Are right and we know it: right in quality of material, right in general style and appearance, and right in price. We offer this week numerous novelties for the present season. Our Walking Hats and Sailors Should especially interest Flowers. you, and also our great bargains in BIRTHS. Flowkr To Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton Flower, Dayton st., Tuesday, May 16, a daughter. KtiXTZ To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuntz, 302 Allyn st., Monday, May 22, a son. Smith To Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W. bmith, 187 Upson st., Friday, May 19, a daughter. Shook To Mr. and Mrs. George N. Shook, rGl West Exchange st., Saturday, May 20, a daughter. Stuart To Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Stuart, 145 Crosby St., Saturday, May 20, a daughter. liEin To Mr. and Mrs. John Leib, Halo, O., Saturday, May 20, a daughter. S & G's Pointers. There's no mystery about it. Everything plain and above board. 10 lbs rolled oats 25c 7 lbs lA' farina 25c 7 lbs cracked wheat 25c 7 lbs bulk starch 25c 5 lbs broken rice 25c ( cakes sweet chocolate 25c 1 lbs mixed bird feed 25c 4 lbs California primes 25c 4 lbs California raisins 25c Removal Notice After Wednesday, May 17, our place of business will be found at No. 318 Mill st. Mairet Block While we are building on our present site. And as we wish to reduce our stock shall sell everything at cut prices. Man Bros. Does the Committee of Fifty Accept the Trust. "To the City Commissioners of the City of Akron: "Gentlemen : I am in receipt of an official copy of the resolutions passed yesterday (Monday) morning recon sidering and annulling your official acts of Saturday, and while the Com mittee of Fifty have twice, by a unan imously passed resolution, expressed their judgment as to what is best for the city of Akron and all its citizens, yet I feel authorized, knowing the sense of the committee, to accept the trust promptly of acting upon your request, and to that end there will be a meeting of the committee called within a few days, theresultof which you will be promptly informed. "Respectfully, &c, "J. Pakk Alexander, "Chairman of the Committee of Fifty." How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by j-ian's uaiarrn (jure. J. F. CHENEY &CO., Props., Toledo, O. We. tho undersigned, have known J. F. Cheney for the lost 15 'years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially able to carry ouwmy ounrauon maae Dymeirnrm. WEST & TBUAX, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. WALDING, KINKAIT & HABVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75o per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's family Pills are the best. $1.25 Sandusky and Return Via B. & O. R.R. Tuesday, May 30. Train leaves Union depot at u :30 a.m. Barberton 6:47 a.m., arrive Sandusky 9:45 a.m. Returning leave Sandusky 6 p.m. Rev. Monroe at the Art Exhibit. Rev. T. E. Monroe will talk on "The Coliseum" at the Art Exhibit on Wednesday evening. This will be a fine opportunity to hear an illustrat ed talk on these famous ruins, as Dr. Monroe will talk of the fine pictures now on exhibition. Wm. A. Willett, the noted baritone singer of Cleveland, will sing at the benefit entertainment at First Con gregational church Wednesday even ing. MAHONEY Will Continue to Act as Inspector. Sailors sr&sJ Sun Hats 10c each Thursday, May 25, from 9 to 12 M,. only. ft 1. L ttf ...Stylish Summer Tans... j If you are out of Tan Shoes you are out of Wk m style. You're out of a lot- of comfort, too, for fiM j they are the coolest and most comfortable of shoes. Si m There's another advantage in The AkTOIl Shoe CoS ftjj j Shoes while there's never a doubt of quality (d they're not only stylish, of unquestioned quality, W but low of-price. It is almost unnecessary to add s that we show all the new style toes, shapes, lasts M F and kinds. "P for both p Ladies and Gentlemen m afc $2 $2.50, $3, $3,50, and $5 M Compare our $3 shoe Avith any $3.50 shoe Pgj sold elsewhere. Mi The Akron Shoe Co. U'iU 132 South Main Street. ffl You walk easy on DYKE'S RUBBER HEELS, 50c-Put on- I m m Akron Security & loan Company Is now prepared to make any kind of a loan on all kinds of securi ties at the very lowest rate and longest time. Elegant nva Offices It costs nothing for information regarding our plan for loaning money. All loans or applications for loans strictly confidential. It will be to your advantage, If In need of money, to deal with a reliable firm. AVrite or call 1522, and we will call with money and make loan at your home. All loans made the same day. O. A- Goddard . i Toi. knnA r:i,j.- J I9S2 AllrdUC .DUUUlllg O. A- Goddard PHOTOGRAPHER Arcade Building M 161 S.Howard St. Klectric collec roasters and grinders. vwwvwv FOR... The Purest and Finest BEER Imported PSCH0RR- ffXfkr (Muenchen) always on draught. CALL AT THE ATLANTIC GARDEN Cor. Main and E. Market Sts. DETTLING BROS., Props. yvvwvywvywwwvwwwVA ? John G. Engelhnrt. Wm. F. Eckart Engelhart & Eckart I Plumbers, ISfg,,. ? Jlfrs.ofthe Engelhnrt Hot Wntor Generator. 5 311 E. Mill st. Tel. 45 old fisl Fif Thursday Evg. May 25 Try Allen's Foot-Easo, A powder to bo shnUen Into tho shoes. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous mui hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allan's Koot-knse. It c-ools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen nad sweating feet, blisters and callous spot. Ilelleves corns and bunions of all pain and glcs rest and comfort. Try It today. Bold bv all druggists and shoo stores for ar.. TViui lamckago FHEE. Address, Allen S. Olmstead Xo Iloy, N. Y. 2 AT AKRON PHOTO ENGRAVING CO. Is now In Its new bnllalnc, Ho. 603 S. Main St., erected purposely for its bashiess, equipped with all modern ma chistry and devices to produce tne test class of woik In Half Tone and Zinc Etchings. Phone Ho. I6SI. G. A. LEY, Sec. and Treas. Economy No. 19H South Howard st. Serves the test Java and Mocca 3 , Coffee with cream for 9w Also a full stock of Imported and Domestic uiears, looaccos ana uigarettes Sam O- Af hi-fcelEiw President Crisp's Scheme of Revenge Was Downed Hard. President Crisp could see nothing L but the sadness and disappointment of life Monday. Two of his pet projects met with disaster. The repeal of the resolu tions granting conduit rights to tiie Central Union Telephone company was a hard blow, but the one "that almoht killed Crisp" was to come. Inspector James Mahoney had the temerity to ask that he be ap pointed as one of the Republican members of the Board of City Com missioners. His candidacy was an tagonistic to Crisp and the Sixth ward statesman made prepara tions to revenge himself for this affront to his "personal popularity." He could not reconcile himself to the sight of Mahoney drawing money from the city treas ury, by reason of his position as in spector. Monday morning the Chairman of the Street Committee .(Crisp) recom mended the appointment of George Wilson as inspector for the Maple st. pavement. He had flattered him self that this recommendation would meet with approval. When the vote was taken Crisp and McMilien voted "aye" and McGarry and Paige "no." The motion was lost and Crisp was dumfounded. Hi II I. NATHAN M. BERK 193 South Howard Street FIRST DOOR FROM MILL ST., GROUND FLOOR. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST OX Aall Paper and Paints. Danforth & Saunders, Telephone 396. No. 309 E. IWIIII St WE DO IT RIGHT-New York Dentists Artificial Teeth We defy competition to workman ship or priees. Painless operating and extractions guaranteed. Careful examinations free of charge. Full set of teeth Terra Without plate A SPICIflUTT. Made of the best material, made sub stantial, made to fit any mouth, made to restore natural appearance. Twenty years -written guarantee with all our work. Crown and Bridge Work -Examination, estimation and ad vice FREE. Open daily 8 to-6. Sundays 10 to 4. SMevf York Dental Parlors 148 South IVIain Street. O. W. RENKERT, D.D.S., Manager. Over Standard Hardware Co. DEATHS. ISO So. IVIain St. (Joe Stelnmetz old stand) Everybody Invited IM. LASKARIS CO. Wholesale and retail dealers in Ice Cream, Fruits, Candies, Huts, Olive 011. Fits, Sates, Olive Soap, Clears and Tobacco. Finest Ice Cream Parlors in the city. Latest improved Soda Fountain. 162 S. Howard St., Phone 289. Attend tho muhlcal entertainment to bo given at tho First Congrega tional church Wednesday evening for tho benefit of Miss Angle Wat-tors. STREET FAIR PLANS The Chamber of Commerce Street Fair committee has been asked to submit its plans to the City Commissioners. Cure that ingrown toe nail bv usiiitr "Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail Remedy" price 25c. Foi sale by all druggists. IiUcrvreivliis: the Ofllce Boy. "Can I see Jlr. Smith!" "No, he's busy." "Well, I'll wait." "He will be bnsy all day." "Then I'll come in tomorrow." "Bnt ho saw yon through the crack of the door and'said to tell you he'd be busy the rest of his life." New York World. . Strong: Ci tilcnce. "So you think ho is strictly honest, doyo,nJ" "Thero isn't the least doubt about it Every timo an election approaches ho is talked of aa the only man who could unite the different factions of his party, and then Bomebody clso is nominated." Soma bkr "William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schabor, of Spring field tp., aged 8 months and 17 days, died Tuesday, May 23, of whoopin cough. Funeral Wednesday at 9 o'clock at the residence. Interment in St. Bernard's cemetery. NMjAN John Nelan, 405 Nortli Staple st., aged 48 yearn, died Tues day at 9:30, May 23, of Rright's dis ease. His wife and lS-month old daughter, Lucino, survive him. Hear Wm. A. Willett, the noted baritone soloist, at First Congrega tional church Wednesday evening. IIeeoham's Pills for Stonmoh and Liver ills. BARTENDER ARRESTED Geo. Smith, bnrtendor for John Koebor, has also been arraigned in .Tustico J. R. Campbell's court on a charge of selling liquor oft Sunday, his accusor being A. J. Durant, who claims that on Sunday, February 5, Smith sold liquor to one W. J. Alle man. Smith was held in the sum of $200 for a hearing Thursday, John Koorber going on hisjaond. This cut will show you the Detroit Hot Plate Gaso line Stove. The only thing of the kind on the mar ket. Gall and see it at 166 P. Howard street. If you are going to put in a furnace, call on us, we have the BEST. The last severe winter-has proven this. Jahant & Oo. Attraction AT L Every Night This Week. HARBEKS, William and Kittie, the Admission, including street cur greatest contortion, jugglingnnd wire ride, admission to park and reserved actors in the world. seats in the theater, loo round trip. HOWARD and LIVINGSTON in their The best of order will be main great success, "Scenes in everyday tained in the future as in the past and life." only tho best, clean and refined at- THE WINCHESTERS, musical sketch tractions will be booked for tho artists. theater. MENOHES BROS., Prop. f i n hi S s 2f&tf&c.