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With a Dress or a Shirt
Waist of our White Piques,
Colored Zephyrs, Dimities,
Lawns, you can't help hut
feel comfortable.
WHITE PIQUES
12c
Short ends of piques in fine and
heavy'cords, worth 15c.
ISc
Plain cord and figured piques;
splendid value.
ire
Plain and colored striped piques
in heavy and lightcords.
20c
Plain white pique, splendid value,
will starch and laundry as good as
new.
29C
Plain colored piques, also colored
stripes worth .'5o.
COLORED LAWNS
Almost any color you can think
of in fast colors
Sc to 10c
"White lawns, best values in the
country,
5c to 39C
COLORED DIMITIES
Plain white, colored, striped and
figured dimities from
10cto25c
43?Received today a lot of Col
ored Shirt Waists, embroidered
fronts, were $2.00, to go at
$1.25
Sale of Trimmed Hats and
Flowers Saturday.
150-152 South Howard St.
A tS'a FOllMTERS
There was a time when "any
old thing would do" for Tea,
but now "the best is none too
good." We ask critical tea
buyers to try our fancy 80c
Oolong, or our 60c, S. & G.'s
Ceylon & India tea in bulk,
triple strength at single cost.
Machine rolled. Try our 60c
Ceylon tea and 1 pound 25c
Coffee combination offer for65c.
CHINA 8 JAPAN IEA STORE.
164 S. Howard st.
yyWWWWWWWWWWVW,
3ohn G. Engelhart. Tfa F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
Plumbers, gSfwSgg.
Mfrs.of the Engelhart Hot Water
Generator.
311 E.' Mill fit. Tel. 45
AAWIrfWWVKA
ARE YOU THIRSTY?
Try a Model Bakery Fizz ;
sparkling, cool, refreshing.
A drink of it and you'll
drop your , palm leaf and
shake hands Avith the
thermometer.
S. B. LAFFERTY
Phone 394. Confectioner.
The British conrt is called the court
of St James becaoee St James' palace,
London, is its oEicial headquarters.
A. horse will eat in a year nine times
his own weight, a cow nine times, an
ox six times and a sheep six times.
For fine plumbing call on C. M.
Oberlin for prices.
We
IBkb
BICYCLE
Which Can be Ridden on
i
the Water.
First Test Made at Summit Lake
Proved a Success.
The first test of a water bicycle in
vented by J. Ii. Cooper and Samuel
Eby,was made at Summit lake Tues
day afternoon. It proved to be a
successful one.
The peculiar craft was sent across
the lake several times, making the
trip in from seven to nine minutes
each time. It was propelled by one
man.
It is a remarkable looking affair.
On both sides are long metal cylin
ders 10 inches in diameter and about
10 feet long. These support a light
frame work. Midway between the
two cylinders is the seat for the rider.
It is so arranged that he works two
pedals which drive a small propeler
at the rear of 'the bicycle".
In the test Tuesday it was found
that the craft could be worked with
little effort. It is proposed to increae
the size of the screw. By doing this
speed will be made greater.
Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken Into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous nnd bot,and
get tired easily. If you liuve smarting feet
or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools me ieet Hup ranitn -whikjuk twv
Cures swollen.
.we
Tenting feet.
Ingrowing
tuiiiu. blisters and callous snots. Relieves
corns and bunion, of all pain and elves rest
and comfort. Try It today. .Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Trial
e Roy, N.Y. . 2
Sonnd of the Voice.
In experimenting with the compress
ed air pipes of Westphalian coal mines
Mr. H. Schab has fonnd that the great
est distance to which the sound of the
voice conld be conveyed in a straight
pipe was between 1,500 and 1,700 feet
For moderate distances a pipe of about
20 inches is diameter gave the best re
sults, a slightly larger one being better
(or long distances.
flnrn t.haf; inorown toe nail bvusintr
'-'Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Kail
Bemedy" price'25c. For sale by all
druggists.
Be Was Scartd.
The doctor looked at him.
"Yon are a dyspeptic," he said.
Then he pnt his ear to the patient's
heart and gravely added:
"A high liver."
"Heavens!" cried the startled pa
tient. " 'Tain't as high as that, is it?"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Evervbodv's liable to itching piles.
Eich and poor, old and young-
terrible the torture they suffer. Only
one sure cure; Doan's ointment.
Absolutely safe; can't fail.
A nice thing when you are in a hurry
a "Detroit."
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
When AVlfey Ponta.
"I think," he said, "that my wife
has a hallucination that she was once
rich or, an heiress or something."
"Why so?" they asked. '
"Because whenever she gets provoked
she insists upon saying that I never
loved her and yet I married her."
Chicago Post.
Notice.
Busy Bee hive will hold special re
view Saturday, June 17, at 2:30, for
balloting on candidates.
Candor.
"What position will yon take in this
campaign?" asked the statesman.
"Well," replied the practical poli
cician, "to tell the truth, I'd he willing
to take almost any that happens to be
vacant." Washington Star.
For Morbid Conditions tnke Beeciiam
Pills.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
V." ANTED Managing hotel housekeeper.
119. Head table girl, 5 side waitresses
Ladles bureau ot information oer Horn's
furniture storc.156 South Main st. 47tf
WANTED Man and wife to manage Ak
ron branch office of n mill established and
profitable cash busine?.- previous exper
ience not necessary. Yearlvcontract. Wages
to stcrt$75 nnd percent. Particulars, room
1 and 2. o it lot! South Main st. 17tf
WANTED Indies' traveling companion,
teacher preferred, for vncntlon months.
References exchanged. Toadies' lwireau.
over 156 South Main St. 47tf
ce WANTED Lady office matron, $n;oerl5G
South Main st. 47tf
WANTED Day hotel clerk, experienced,
for Niagara Falls. Particulars over leb
South Main st. ITtf
WANTED Young businessman toman
age the Canton branch office of this ex
change. Particulars, rooms 1 and 2, oer
15(5 South Main st. 17tf
LOST.
LOST A pockctbook containing a large
sum of money and two notes payable to D.
C.Ely. Lost somewhere between Adams
st. and Sliver lake, or at the Inke. $25 re
ward if left at O. S. Ely's grocery. Ill Adams
st. x D.C.Ely. ti-i't
-Which we are going
F
$25,
Men's suits, -worth S5,
$8.00 suits
$10.00 Suit. ,. . . '
Boy's suits,worth $4 . ,
Child's suits, worth $1.50 .. ...
Extra heavy overalls and working shirts, will so ...
Buckeye Clothing House, 135 south Howard
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Afternoon and Evenings of This Week
y. At our ware rooms, 132 South 'Howard st. We ex- fa
f tend a cordial invitation to all to come and enjoy 'fa
Vk hearing the most marvelous musician of the age, Ji
jg Pianola
The B. Dreher's Sons Co.
fr O- H. Margin, SySgr. H
The Fashion
Ae meet and defeat all competition in
Hats
and
STRAW - SILK
CRASH NEGLIGEE
STIFF COLORED
' SOFT DRESS
Badger, Van Ness & Co.
(23 3. Hovtard,
Nobby Tan
Shoes and
Oxfords
Is one of our specialties this
season. The stock is entire
ly new and exclusive. In
Men's andBoy's
Tans we are showing a line
never equaled for the price
in the city.
Tel. No. 1453
John Allen
158 S. Main st.
THE VERY THING
Don't attempt to be
your own doctor, but don't r,un the
risk of suffering by being without
the pimple reme'dies that help po
much.
A bottle of Peerless
Corn Cure will remove, your corns
and avoid much suffering, a bottle
costs only lOc. "Try i.
HIMMELMAN, Pharmacist
164 South Wain st. '
You are cordially Invited to visit...
BANK OAF'S
The finest Restaurant in Akron.
meals ) Fine Imported and
a!rall Domestic Wet Goods
hours ) and Cigars...
Under Central Savings Bank.
JOHN K0ERBER, Prop.
Steamer for L.L. park8andl daily.
Manufactured fcr
ooo
to sell at .fto
F3
. .40 per
.40 per
. 40 per
40 per
.40 per
SsWe have employed extra clothing salesmen.
Recitals
in
U 14 J
Sale begins
will continue
once
until sroods
are sold. An idea of the
great SHOE BARGAINS we
are offering Avill be ob
tained by seeing DISPLAY IN
SHOW WINDOW.
SPECIAL SALE ON '
118 fll ICK
RED) BROS.
1 up-To-Dote snoe and Trunk House,
1 '122 South Howard St.
A. D. ELLIS
1 tf" I moving vans, general
B- I m teaming and trans-I
lernng, parcel ana trnn& delivery, feed
siauiu. ruiupu service, popular prices.
Office corner Canal and Cherry streets.
H isianie yio unerry streot.
Tol. 2S7
Davidovitch
Iff f
4 V
Shirts
I 1 Giving Actual Re- i
1 I (tactions on Odd
I I Lots of I
I j LADIES' I
I MEN'S, I
I I BOYS' and
1 I CHILDKEN'S I
I Tnif nwrwn 1
at once and Si
AT
ortri
CENT. DISCOUNT, until the entire
cent. oiF for
rent, oil' for
cent, off for
cent, off for
cent, off for
... for
$3.00
$4..SO
$6.00
$2.5-0
SOc
39c
Now remember
"aCS!l
Will Cure the Sick of Akron With
out Money and Without Price.
The B03' Phenomenon to Demon
strate His Howers at the Grand
Opera House Wednesday
and Thursday Nights.
The Phenomenal Boy, the young
magnetist who is to visit Akron this
week, is no ordinary person, if the
press of the country are to be be
lieved. - .
"Wherever he has appearee the pa
pers have been loud in their expres
sion of eulogy, concerning the mar
velously startling cures he is credited
with performing before the largest
audiences. In Philadelphia, where
he remained nine months, giving
numerous exhibitions at the Acad
emy ofMusic, the largest theater in
the city, holding 5,000 people, it was
always crowded to its utmost.
The Item of that city says of him:
"He is the greatest of all magnetic
healers, before whose touch disease
vanishes like magic. The many phe
nomenal cures he has made in this
city have surprised the medical stu
dents and bewildered the faculty of
our colleges for a. satisfactory expla
nation of the young man's power."
In St. Louis for six months his exhibitions-were
given at the great ex
position building, which has a seat-,
iug capacity of 7,0iX) people, thous
ands being turned away nightly.
The Globe Democrat after investi
gating HO caes that had been cured
in public, says of him: "The Boy
Phenomenon is a phenomenon in
fact, as well as in name. He is one
of the wonders of this century. The
cures he has performed before thous
ands of people in St. Louis .have
been witnessed by many of our most
learned medical men and as most of
the subjects were well known citi
zens, many of whom hau been pro
nounced incurable by the medical
hospitals, of course the method
which accomplished such cures has
led to much discussion. We do not
attempt to solve the problem, or even
speculate as to how, or what power
produced the transformations. We'
only give the facts as they oecured
and that they are Tacts can not be
denied. After all what difference
does it make to the sick how they
are cured, results are what they
want, relief from their afflction, and
whether by pills or potions, electricity
or magnetism, it makes no differ
ence." The daily papers of Canton devoted
many columns to an elucidation of
the subject of Vital Magnetism, and
the Massillon press detailed special
reporters to visit the homes of those
treated upon the stage, so as to en
lighten the public as to the perma
nency of the cures performed. The
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BREAD
FROM THE AKRON BAKERY
...Born Sfe
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Mav 1 Fi
1 12-1 14-1 16
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Goodman 3. Oo. of Cleveland, O.
of
Sale Begins Next
tffcj. I JUNE
daiuraay?
you'll save 40 per cent, on the
investigations proved more than was
claimed, as.not a single instance was
found where the patient was not
either-entirely cured or greatly bene
fited. It is not claimed that magne
tism will cure every disease, but it is
guaranteed that where a cure is made
or a benefit derived, that it will.be
more lasting and permanent than by
any other method.
It is not claimed that he performs
miracles, or possesses any supernat
ural power whatever, but those who
witness his work in Akron tonight
and tomorrow night will consider his
cures almost bordering on the
miraculous.
The sick who wish to be cured free,
especially the lame", deaf, rheumatic,
paralytic, and all -pn canes or
crutches, are invited to be present at
the Opera house Wednesday night,
June 14, and put his powers to a
thorough and convincing test. The
afflicted should go early to avoid the
crowd, and obtain front seats.
Furnaces yes we make them.
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
If you think of changingyour heat
ing boiler call on Oberlin; get prices
on the Cottage boiler for soft coal.
How to Find Bicycle Gear.
Editor Democrat:
Please let us know in Wednesday's
issue of Democrat how to find gear
of a bjcycle. By giving us the rule
you .will greatly oblige.
Bicycle Readers of Democrat.
To find the gear of any chain
wheel, divide the diameter of the
rear wheel by the number of-teeth
in the rear sprocket and multiply by
the number of teeth in the front
sprocket. Thus .if the diameter of
tho rear wheel is 28 inches; if there
are 7 teeth in the rear sprocket and
20 teeth in the front sprocket the re
sult will be: 2S--f 7x2080 gear.
Funeral Notice.
All member of the White Anchor
Belief association are requested to
meet at their hall Thursday at 1 :30
p.m. to attend the funeral of their
late brother, Chas. J. Gerstner.
"Detroit" Its
lights like gas.
a gasqline stove that
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
Xot n Thine
Mrs. Gray Do you suppose Mrs.
Green does anything for her com
plexion ?
Mrs. Brown Oh, no I Her husband's
rich. She doesn't have to work for the
money she spends at the dreg store.
Chicago News.
Six-Horsepower
Electric Motor
. For sale cheap.
In good condition. Inquire
Akron Photo Eng. Co.
BUY
1 nDntJSi.
This Born Steel Range
with Reservoir and High
Closet
Only $35
smaller size
$30
ebeger
North Howard st.
of
stock is closed out. You
-...W1
E HA-VE not space
will do you goon.
mit county br in
OlotHin
goods but nice clean goods Direct From
Store is closed so as 2 E9 155" AT 2 A. I
to arrange for the " - -
dollar on everj Man's, Boy's
Haberdashery
For These
Warmish Days.
feAKD .
The a. K. Davis Co.
168 South Main st.
Akron.
J. H
PRACTICAL FHliVll
S04- S. IVlsai-tco-fc s-t.
Ge-fc IVly Prices.
M hi ii, its.
Our designs are very beautiful and prices as
low as consistent with the best class of work.
Were you ever in
GASOLINE STOVE
Saves Time and Labor.
They Light Like Gas.
The Jahant Co
166 South Howard St.
SB
Great Cut Price
am vMbt a.
OF TAN SHOES.
15 per cent. OFF
on all Tan Shoes, be
ginning today.
Special.
108 pairs Ladies' Tan
Button and Lace, a little
narrow in the toe, worth
$3.00 and $3.50, will
sell at
SI.SO.
C. A. Holloway
143 S. Howard st.
Wllllns to Please.
Gwendolyn, the beautiful American,
is to he presented at court in London.
"When will it be convenient for yon
to rehearse the ceremony?" they ask
tier.
"When will it be convenient for the
qneen to rehearse J" asks Gwendolyn.
For Ehe will be gracious, even at the
risk of seeming servile. Detroit Journal.
CLOTHING
can buy-
to give you prices this time, hut
JNo such great slaughter sale ot
any other county. Kemember
and Child's Suit bougit at
street,
Swell Negligee Shirts, Turn
Down Collars, Washable Neck
wear, Belts, Fancy Hose,
Gauze Underwear.
Everything smart and exclusive
at very moderate prices.
Hotfprc SHIRT
IldlLCI 5 TAILORS
RNAN
Tel. 649
Of Teeth...
Are your teeth like this? It
they are, co to the Philadel
phia Dental Rooms. Crown and
Bridge work, per tooth, $5.
Extracting positively pain
less. Vitalized air 50C .Ex
tracting 25c
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
126 South Main St., Akron, 0.
FUUTS ADD 1
ALL WORK
f0Its GUARANTEED
Hi. F. Cahii!
-AGENT FOR-
The I. e. Smi 6o. lin i M-
18.
First-Class Plumbing: Work a Specialty.
Orders Promptly Filled.
S&SUt. 203 East Market St.
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ASnO- 119 and 121
WBIf jj Kirkwood Street
a hurry ? A
Growers of Airae
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling...
Always on band. All orders promptly filled!
Special attention given to all mail orders.
SCHAEDLER fc RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0. '
Scientific Shoeing,
The Best of Help,
Kind Treatment,
A Cool Shop,
AT.
Prof. Rich's,
Phono 832.
411 South Main St.
Dancing: at th e Gorge
every week day afternoon and
evening:. tf
I
17 v Pj
, M.
&
you watch the daily papers;-it-;
clothing ever happened in bumr
this is not shelf-worn, shoddy
the Factory.
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this sale.
jfOpp. Snook's Gallery
Look for theBig Sign
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