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-OF OUR-
Giganfie Mill
Mill End Bargains in
eCalicoes.
Simpson's black and white
also greys, regular price oc.
Mill end price 3C
10 yards to a customer.
Mill end bargain in ladies'
cambric niglit gotin, trimmed
in lace and embroidery, were
sold for $2 and $3, Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock $1.00.
One to a customer.
Mill end bargain in theliest
Lancaster ginghamsjyie gfade
you pay Gc for 3c.
Mill end bargain in dress
plaids, have always been sold
for ISJjC, Saturday morning 5c.
Mill end bargain in the best
organdies, guaranteed fast
colors,, same as you pay 15c
for 5C.
Mill end bargains in men's
black and white striped duck
working .shirts, 25 dozen left
our counters last Saturday,
will try to 'double the amount
onauu3ay, all39c.
Don't Forget Our Sale
on Wash Skirts.
Another big lot will beJiere
by 8 o'clock on Saturday morn- '
iiig. If anything they will be
cheaper than lafefc lot. Be on
time for they will go fast.
Mill end bargain in 36-in.
white duck, the same as you
pay 12c for 5c. - -'
Mill end bargain in fancy
striped tickings, same as you
pay 15c for 10C ,
gygTComs early Saturday
morning for some of these big
bargains will be picked out.
OUR SECOND
Gigantic
Mill End
fc3dlWeo
For the next 10 BAYS vou
will be able to bin- the BIG
GEST BARGAINS in MILL
ENDS you ever bought.
SATURDAY MORNING at
8 o'clock off goes the lid of an
other case of Simpson's best
calicoes at 3c, 10 yards to a
customer.
A mill end in new bleached
muslin, the grade vou pay 5c,
3c a yard.
Customers can bcarcely .ee
how we sell those WHITE
PIQUES at 10: a yard, the
same as they pav 25c for; but
they are MILL ENDS.
You had better prepare for
the winter now. We are sell
ing piles of COMFORT LIN
INGS. Seems strange to have
such a demand in hot weather,
but customers realize that
MILL ENDS means bargains,
4C a yard for COMFORT
CALICOS.
There is not a lady but what
felt perfectly satisfied and
pleased that wo gave them the
BEST WHITE PIQUE AND
DUCK SKIRTS, trimmed and
untrimmed, they ever bought.
A few are here yet; don't miss
them for they are BARGAINS-
150-152 South Howard Street
EXPANSION
"THE REASON WHY."v
Our present sale has thus far .been the greatest Ave
ever held is because the people know when
& IVlve
Offer Orie-Fifth Off
On everything in the store that they can pick out the
goods they need pay four-fifths of the real value and
have one-fifth left. You will realize this fully if you
come in during this sale.
118-120 South Main Street
f SPECIAL SALE
Mm OF
ngL Men's Tan Shoes'
II iBr We now offer you any '3-00 Tan
m W W Shoe in our store at
ft 5$PI Come while Ave have all sizes.
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113 E. Jlill St., under Akion Ssiviims Bank.
SHUMAKER
Mid- rini
Summer
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ance Sale!
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INMATES
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Shoes, Oxfords & Slippers j
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We Must Reduce Our Stock 5
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To make room for our Fall and Winter Footwear. AVe have a
made the prices so low that they are bound to move them a
quick. S
One-Third Off 5
Regular price on all TRUNKS, TELESCOPES, DRESS SUIT CASES,
SATCHELS, GRIPS, Etc. Big stock to select from.
If you are interested in LOW PRICES on good, serviceable
Footwear, you can't afford to miss this sale. Give us a call.
No trouble to show goods. a
SHUMAKER 1 CO. !
121
iou-fch Howard St. Akron, O.
PERSONALS.
Miss Etta Griffin of Iiodi, is visit
ing friends here.
The Younker-Frase reunion is be
ing held at Lakeside park today.
Dr. E. A. Montenyohl was in
Cleveland on business Thursday.
Miss Elsie Bartell of 01 AVest
Thornton st., will go to Wooster
Saturday.
B. L. Dodge left today for a two
weeks' visit with his family at
Chautauqua.
Miss Jean Brown of Uniontown, is
visiting with Miss Jessie Smith, 010
West Market st.
Miss Grace Conzel of Warren, is
visiting with Miss Emma Marquardt,
14G Cuyahoga st.
Miss Louisa B. Wettach, 108 South
Broadway, started Friday for Chau
tauqua for a visit.
Harry Mathews, who has been
studying art in Boston and vicinity,
is home on a visit.
Capt. J. H. Burt lias associated
himself in the real estate buine-s
witli Harry G. Haynes.
Mrs. Joseph Harris and son Max
of Lodi, are visiting at the home of
F. B. Loomis. 20i Sumner st.
Dr. W. M. Johnson of Philadel
phia, Pa., called on Doctors C. E.
Smith and J. B. Vedder Friday.
A. Polskyand daughter Miss Rose,
left Friday via the lakes for Duluth,
Minn., for a two weeks' vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Canfleld
of 105 North Walnut st. went to
Mackinac Friday to enjoy a vaca
tion. Mrs. James A. Muir of Port Hur
on, Mich., is the guest of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Findley, 134 S.
Maple st.
Rev. J. B. Brounj pastor of St.
Bernard's church, has returned home
from a vacation trip to Lawrence
county, Pa.
The Waite, Htfvey and Hardy
families will celebaate their four
teenth annual reunion on Thursday,
Aug. 10, at Gaylord's grove.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whedon and
F. H. Stuart and Miss Lilian Man
son of Brooklyn, N. Y., left Friday
for Detroit for a week's visit.
Chas. Blackford Esq. of Findley
will open a law office in the city
within the next few days. He was
here Thursday looking up a location.
Misses Ettie Treash of 100 Byers
ave., Esther Frank of 321 South
College st., and Miss Etta Frank of
Fairlawn, left Friday morning for
lake Chautauqua.
Louis Seybold, editor of the Akron
Germania, and Henry Feuchter, as
sistant cashier of the Citizens' Na
tional bank, are on a vacation trip to
uiemeus, iuicn.
SKIRMISH DRILL.
Volley
Firing and Rapid Charges
Were Features.
Members of Company F were given
a skirmish drill at the old Hall fair
grounds by Captain HerinanWerner
Thursday evening, commencing at
8:30 and continuing until 9:30. The
drill was participated in by about 25
members and to each man 10 rounds
of blank cartridges were issued.
Volley-flriug and rapid charges were
the principal features of the drill.
Of State Institutions Sent From
Summit County.
During the labt fiscal year two
boys were sent from Summit county
to the Reform school at Lancaster.
During the same period 21 lunatics,
11 males and 10 females, were taken
to the asylum at Newburg. Six pa
tients, three males and three females,
were admitted to the hospital for
epileptics at Gallipolis.
TWO BULLETS
QfSSSJ
lAssig
Fired Into An A.. B. & C. Car Nar
row Escape.
Car No. 18 on the A., B. & C. line
was fired at in Cleveland last night
by rioters. Two bullets hit the car
and broke two windows. One bullet
just missed hitting a man in the
head.
District Review.
The District Reviewof the Knights
and Ladies of the Maccabees at
Uniontown Thursday night was
marked by a large attendance. The
guests were entertained by Lake
tent. Mrs. Henry Heppert of Akron
delivered an address. Dr. "W. A.
Sackett presided.
Grand Council.
The Provisional grand council of
the order of Chosen Friends of Ohio,
will meet at the Empire house in
this city Wednesday, Aug. 2.
Nathan Morse, Esq, is representative
from Akron, and A. J. White, alternate.
DEATHS.
Schxkckexbekukk Alfred A.
Schneckenberger, 200 W. South st.,
aged 2 months and 2 days, died Fri
day morning at 3:45 a.m., July 28, of
lung disease. Funeral Sunday at
1:30 o'clock at the residence.
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AKRON
SHOE 00
Lndien black and tan
boots, broken lots, al
most all sizes, worth
i 1.50 to 3.r0, at 99c.
Buj s Men's $6 narrow
toe shoes, during clear
ance sale.
Men's Grocker Hals
best $5.C0 guaranteed
shoe made, now
$4.45
Mt.
Mrs. J. li. King and children, Mary
and Harold, of Dayton, after a two
weeks' visit with Mrs King's sister,
Mrs C. W. Clarke, of 144 North
Forge st., returned home Friday
morning.
Tragesser-Bunns.
Frank L. Tragesser of Akron and
Miss Carrie Bunns of Manchester
were married at Akron Wednesday
morning. They went to the home of
the bride's parents for their wedding
dinner, after which they returned to
Akron to their newly furnished
home.
One lot ladies' kid
button and lace,
broken lots, but all
good styles, worth
$2.50 to $4.50, now $1.49.
Child's Strap
Slippers
Big stock left to select
Prices
Very Low
from.
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B s. in si.
45c
Men's black tennis
T5c
Men'h base ball bals.
nee's
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Men's, Boy's, Women's and
Children's
'w
HOES
The assigned stock of J. N. MILLER
MUST BE CLOSED OUT
Regardless of Cost
The best bargains in reliable footwear ever offered in Akron will be sacri
ficed at this sale, so as to dispose of this stock quickly.
Don't hesitate but make your selections at once while sizes are complete.
606
SOUTH MAIN STBEEi
Miller's Old Stand
i-. :a;. 7- i House & Lot
AKRON DIVINE.
Ladies' Bicycle
Boots
12.50 cluck top fc OA
tans ..? "
$2.40
......$1.25
$3.50 tan kid 10-ln
boots
$I.T3 ox
fords...,
Ladies who wear size
2)4 and 3 get
Footwear at
regular pries.
1 lot ladies' $1.25 kid
or patent leather sandals
Phone 508
His Name Mentioned In Connection
With High Place.
It is said that the friends of Hov.
Dr. T. F. Mahar, pastor of St. Vin
cent de Paul'h cnurch, aie urging
that his name be considered among
others for the appointment to the
bishopric of the Columbus diocese,
made vacant by the death of Bishop
Watterson.
The names of a number of priests
will be voted on by member of the
diocese, after winch the names of
the three persons receivinc: the most
votes will be sent to the Pope, who
will maKe tlie appointment from
tho three names.
MESSENGERS
Will be Furnished by American
District Company.
The American District Telegraph
Messenger Co., operated somewhat
on the plan of the Akron District
and Telegraph Co., has established
an office in Akron with the Western
Union Telegraph Co. Contracts
have been closed for 125 call boxes.
ELECTION OFFICERS
Terms: Cash On All Shoes Sold at Cut Prices.
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AKRON
SHOE C0
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MIXED CANDY.
"Well, Nr. Krantzer, how's the
candy business?
'Och! Pisness vas rotten! If it
iss so padt day pohind gesterday as
it vas der morrow, I am a son or a
gun ! dots vot I vish."
Speaking about mixed candy, do
you know that the best place to buy
candy at wholesale-or retail is at the
Model Bakery? Yes, they make all
their own candy except some of the
beat makes, which they buy from
such firms as Walter M. Lowney, also
ofSchrofft& Son and tho A No. 1
brand. You can always get fresh
candies at. Model Bakery. Phone
39J.
S. B. IAFFERTY.
STRUCK A BIG BARGAIN
And bought two car loads of Water
melons from the raihoad company
at half-price, will soil at very low
prices.
ES. Iaslcai-is Co.
Phono 289. 1G2 S. Howard st.
S. & G.'s POINTERS
Daily more and more it be
comes apparent that we are the
coffee people. For Bio at 12c,
14c, Golden Bio at 20c, Re
ception at 22c, M. & J. at 25c,
O.G. Java at 30c and 32c and
Corinchie Java and Mocha at
3Sc, we can please you. Dis
counts in 10 lb. lots.
Of Eighth
Regiment Ohio
Cuard Today.
National
f 8
164. S. Howard st.
VWWVWVXWWWWW.
John Q. Engelhart. Wm. F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
PI n m h Ara Btm nd
riumoera, Qa, Fittinc
JIfrs. of the Engelhurt Hot "Water
CJenerutor. c
311 E. Mill st. Tel. 45 5
The election of officers for the
Eighth Begiment, O. N". G., is taking
place today at the armories of the
various companies.
The election in Akron will take
place between 5 and 10. o'clock this
evening.
Card of Thanks.
We wisli to give thanks to all
friends and neighbors for their many
acts of kindness and words of sym
pathy and for the many beautiful
flowers sent during: the illness and
death of our mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Austgen. The Children-.
Given Away
Abmf iai-ut of llio residence containing
six room", cellar and goad ell situated at
corner Sliintnn av. and Bellows St., Htclner
allotment. Lot i CO liy 130 feet.
Try to Get
a Home.
Tickets
By trading at the stores men
tioned below you will get a
chance to own a home for nothing.
AsUt -for Tickets
Witli every cash purchase of
30c you will be given a ticket
which may get you a home.
A waranty deed given the for
tunate person holding the lucky
number.
The Following: Merchants Give
On House and Lot.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
"WANTED At once, good girl for general
housework In family of four. Mrs. O. D.
Capron. 100 Oakdale av. E5-M
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Camp Meeting.
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
Steanierfor L.L. park 8 and 1 d.vil
TO COAL DEALERS.
Cntil 12 o'clock at noon, August 19, ISSfl,
sealed proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Board of Education, to furnish
coal to tho schools of the city of Akron, for
iuu ensuing year.
Bidders shall state the kind and quality
of coal, name of mine from which said coal
shall be furnished, and price per ton of 2.000
younus, ueiivorea to tne Miriou scuooi
buildings, as required, on the following
grades of coal, - iz: Forked lump, sliov eled
lump, run of mine, washed nut, slack and
anthracite.
Each bidder must deposit with the Clerk
of the Board at tho time of filing his bid, n
certificate of deposit, a certified check on
some bank doing business in Akron or ensh
to the amount of one hundred dollars ($100).
The Board reserves the right to accept any
or reject all bids.
C. V. -U1T.I.IKIN.
Chairman Committee.
July -N Aug I-1I-1S
BOOTS AND SHOES
Cha-,. A. Holloway, 143 South
Howard st.
D. W. Holloway, 626 South Main
st., Clarendon Hotel block.
BAKERS
South Main st. Bakery, 500 South
Main st fresh bread, buns, pies
and cakes constantly on hand.
CLOTHING
The Akron Clothing Co., 123 S.
Howard st., one door south of
Dodge's Furniture Store.
COAL DEALER
Sam Fry, 701 South Beoadway,
Telephone 172.
A. D. Ellis,Cherry and Caual sts.
Coal,moving vans, teaming and
transiernng. .rnone 2o7.
DEirriSTS
l)r. B. .1. Hill, s.w. cor. .Main and Ex
change sts.
DRUGGISTS
S. E. Allen & Co., 195 S. Howard
street.
Black, The Druggist, southwest
corner Main and Exchange st.
DINING HALL
The South Main st. Dining Hall.
500 South Main st.
FIVE CENT AND TEN CENT STORES
M. Friedman, 151 North Howard
st. and 147 South Howard st.
Viering Bros. ,502 South Main st.
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERER
C. W. Chamberlin, 170 N". Howard
St., furniture, upholstering, re
pairing and feathers renovated.
DRY GOODS
John Herbruck, 186 S. Howard.
HARNESS MANUFACTURERS
Fred Hanff, 531 S. Main st.
GROCERIES
Wiener Bros., 224 E. Market st.
John Herbruck, 1S6 S. Howard.
A. Whitman, 504 S. Main st.
D. L. Griffiths, 1201 S. Main st.
J-H. Etling. 331 Howe st.
Benner & Thornton, Corner
Bowery and Wooster av.
John Bussell, 1136 East Market
C. G. Welton, 112 W. North st.
HARDWARE
Rohrbacher & Allen, 170 South
Howard st.
S. F. Gulliford & Co., cor. Bow
ery and JBartges.
! GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
William Teplansky & Co., 191 S.
Howard st.
MUSIC
O. G. Brownell, 207 E. Mill st..
Sheet Music, Musical Instru
ments, Graphophcnes and
Phonographs.
MILLINERY
Helen Griffin, 121 E. Exchange.
PHOTOGRAPHER
A. A. Besaw, 1S6 S. Howard st.
STOVES, TINWARE and FURNACES
The Jahant Co., 166 S. Howard.
MEAT MARKETS
AVilliam P. Walker, 1137 East
Market st.
Alfred P.Walker, Corner Adams
and Upson st.
C. F. Gill, 210 W. Exchange st.
I j No.
IV1AIMAC5E:F3
188 SOUTH HOWARD ST.
READ DEMOCRAT LINERS
I CLIMAX
I 3tel Ranges I
I Have Pnrtahlp fnnner Reservoirs 1
m 'Pl-ioir ri nrf rmli f-lio firo nrirl (niirint: burn nut 9
9 You can have them in SEVERAL STYLES. 1
I The Jahant Co. I
I 166 South Howard St.
THE SUMMIT OF B
ARGAIN-GI
VIN
Is readied here now. Phenomenal price-cutting in eveiy department. Don't be short-sighted enough to ignore such wonderful ottering:-
And we will make one continual OUT" and SLASH in prices from now until Ave are compelled lo move our stock out of their way. This will be one of (he most sensational bargain sales of
Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing,
Ever offered in this vicinity. -'Positively no trash or wholesalers leavings in this sale." No fictitious prices, but all goods marked in plain figures, showing the GREAT REDUCTION WE HAVE MADE. Remember, the "Early Bird
Hats and Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Goods
REMODELING BUILDING SAL
GREENWOOD
Catches the "Worm."
BROS.
$ i HUG
LOTHING HOUSE. HALL'S CORNER
Saturday
We want to
close out
all of our
Children's
Wash Suits
Don't miss
this chance.
Prices
no object.
.S. Again we would ask those that can,
please come in the morning, so as to avoid
the rush later in the day.
Qtiiniav ...MEN'S CRASH SUI1S AL.
'CXLU.JL iLiUL f
ONE: - HALF PRICE.
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