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within two days to
SIR FRANCIS
MEDIUM, ADVISER, PALMIST,
May consult him rcfardlnsr anything past,
present and future.
Fortune Tolling;
By pvpsies, cards, undereloped clalrvoynnts
or those who make guesses may be amus
ing, but If you are troubled and want the
truth, call on Sir Francis. He tells you
Just what you may rxpoct regarding any
one or nnj thing; also now to wintrol any
one or nnUblinr.isnJ succeed In love, mar
riage, divorce. bulness, properly, reuniting
separated, health, law suits, locating
absent friends, etc. He tells you Just what
you want to know without unking a ques
tion, whom and when you will marry.
wnere i ouctiTu, mv v., .t -...-
true, etc. So creature his powers (hut ht
can toll you full name, age, desires, trou-
Uies, etc. ajiscasca . uica. .wtit.'uu w.-
clneor NO PAY.
Sir Francis is the only member of the
Roval Order of Devlnation tin. America
All business private. No sign. Hours 10
a.m. to b:30 p.m. Open all dny.Sunday.
Regular feo IS and ; reduced for a few
days to 50c and ?1. Office nf 137 South
Summit street. -
S- S. Q-s POINTERS
Persons with flnlky tea tastes can
find what they want at our store.
From J 1.25 per pound to 25c.
S. & G.'s brag uncolored 50c. Japan
lias the largest sale of any lea In '
Summit county. - - - i
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ISAS. Howard St.
Howard a.
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John Q. En jelhart. Tm. F. Eckrt
Engelhart & Eckart
Plumbers, Sf&.
Mfn.ofthi Engelhart Hot Water
Generator.
311 E. Mill St. ' Tel. 45
WE LOAN IT ON EASY
PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND
YOURSELF OUT WE WILL LOAN
YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL.
' SUIT YOU LOANS MADE
ON HALF HOUR'S NOTICE.
WE will make loans from to to $1,000 on
Watches, Diamonds, Household Goods,
Pianos. Organs. Horses. Wacons. Carriages.
Store and Office Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies. Kents, Con
tracts. WITHOUT" ANY PUBLICITY
WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
Nathan IVI. Berk,
193 South Howard St., ggSS
Phone 1522 and 812. Open evenings.
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$20 off
regular prices
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Foster Bros.. .
We Sell Cheap
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Southern Camp Meeting,
Boston Ledges, Sunday, July 30.
CA Per Cent.
JV Discount Sale
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And one that you will do well to profit by.Not a reduction on a few old style odds and ends, back numbers, but CLEAN,jSTEr CLOTHING, bought of Davidowitch, Goodman & Co.'s clothing factory at Cleveland, 0., slaughter of the very finest KEADr-TO-WEAE
CLOTHING made. We will give 50 FER CENT. OFF beginning next Saturday, August 5th, and will continue during the whole month. Now, if you need a suit for man, boy or child for next fall, or for present wear, you will save just
FIFTY CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR during this month. We have a big line of winter suits amongst our purchase, made up for this fall's. trade. We bought cheap and we WILL SELL CHEAP. Now do not hesitate. It is for your benefit. We do not adver
tise bankrupt or removing sale just to get rid of a lot of trash, shelf-worn for years, we advertise we'll give you brand new goods direct from the factory. Our salesmen are at it now cutting the prices in half. Remember the 0 per cent, discount sale
Sale Begins Next Saturday, August S-fcH, 1899
Vid
No. 1. 300 men's suits worth
No. 2, 250 men's suits worth
No. 3. 275 men's suits worth
No. 4. 500 men's suits worth
Remember we have very fine
long, ior jc during our
jorae early, as our
50 Per Cent
Discount
Sale
RESIGNED.
Henry M. Hagelbarger
Will Practice Law.
Has Been Court Stenographer More
Than Seven Years.
Henry JT. Hagelbarger, for the
past seven and a half years official
court -stenographer, has handed in
his resignation, to take effect Sept.
11, the first day of the Fall term of
Common Pleas court.
Mr. Hagelbarger, who is a mem
ber of the Summit County Bar As
sociation, will take up the practice
of law. He will have an office with
Young fe Wanamaker, at 182 South
Main st.
The announcement of Mr. Hagel
barger's resignation will be received
with general regret by all those who
have known him in his official ca
pacity. He has been uniformly
courteous, efficient and obliging.
His start in professional life begins
with the best wishes of his friends,
and they are legion.
Wilford H. Collins, of the Ault
man, Miller & Co. office, is a candi
date to succeed Mr. Hagelbarger and
it is generally believed that he will
be appointed. The position pays
$1,650 per year and the appointment
is for three years.
2 BASKET PICNIC
Of Sunday School of First Methodist
Church.
The annual basket picnic of the
First M. E. Sundayschool and
church at Silver lake Friday will
doubtless prove a happy event.
The executive committee is C. H.
Elliott, Dr. J. H. Seller and G. B.
Tucker.
SI 00 Reward, $100.
The readero of this paper will bu pleased
to learn that there Is at least one dreaded
UNease that science hns been able to cure In
all Its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's
uatarru uure is tne only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being u constitutional dUense. requires n
constitutional treatment. HallS Cntarrh
Cure is taken Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of tho disene, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
add assisting naturo in doing its work.
The proprietors hnvo so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer one hun
dred dollars for any case that It fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F.J.CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
,Sold by druggists 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
FORMER TEACHER
Died Wednesday Night of Hysteria
and Grip.
Miss Julia Frances Stephens, 505
South Broadway, aged 56 years, 2
months and 16 days, died at 6 o'clock
Wednesday evening of grip and
hysteria, after an illness of several
months.
Miss Stephens was a former school
teacher and was very successful. She
was reared in this city and lived here
her entire life. Many friends mourn
her death.
ANKLE BROKEN.
An Aged Man Caught Under a Mov
ing Train.
E. H. Mills, of Twinsburg, aged G8,
who is visiting in Akron, was badly
crushed between an engine and car
at the Exchange st. crossing Thurs
day afternoon. He was taken to
the hospital in Parks' ambulance.
He wilirecover.
Beeciiam's Pills lor Stomnch nml Liver
Ills.
Distinguished Visitor.
Rev. M. A. Hehir, C.S.Sp., vice
president of the Pittsburg College of
the Holy Ghost, has been in the city
since Wednesday. He has been tho
guest of the Eeverend Catholic
clergymen of Akron. Parents in
tending to send their children to
this well known educational iustitu-
tion-can call on Rev. Hehir tonight
or tomorrow.
Geo. Fendenheim and wife of
Doylestown, are guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Straub, 234
May sL
Police Court.
Will Hall, a negro, was fined $10
and costs for cutting James McFeely
in front of the Buchtel hotel Tues
day night. McFeely struck the first
blow in the fight. He got $5 and
costs.
Delia Harris was fined $2 and costs
for assaulting May Bust.
Win J)eWitt pleaded not guilty to
a charge of clinging to a street car.
AJST OJ-.ID TIHEE BUCKEYE
Vy.ll Oon-fcinue
$6, they will be yours for
$8, 50 per cent off
10, during August
12.50, next Saturday
black clays, blue serges, worsteds,
ou per cent, discount sale. You'll never have such a chance m your life time to buy for 50 cents on
store is crowded every Saturday from
Buckeye...
othing House
J GENTLEMEN.
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Wishing to keep in touch with the best things findable will
do well to look over our line of
Neckerchief Cravats, Wales Ties
and S"ATTY things in NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, PAJAMAS
A3sD NIGHT ROBES. Also everything in FANCY HOSE
and COOL UNDERWEAR that everybody wants and no
body else has.
The A. K.
SHIRT TAILORS
168 South Main st.
Notice of
AKRON, 0., Aug. 1, 1899.
The firm of Breckenridge Bros, is this day dissolved,
Milton E. Breckenridge retiring.
The business will be continued by Dallas D. Brecken
ridge, who assumes all liabilities, and to whom all ac
counts due the firm are payable.
The business will be conducted on a cash basis, and
all persons indebted to the firm will please call and settle,
as all accounts due must be paid within -30 days.
DALLAS D. BRECKENRIDGE.
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EXAMINE OUR LINE
NATURAL GAS
Ranges
AND
Heaters
ALL SIZES AND PRICES
Call and see them in
actual operation.
J. Rutherford & Son
173 South Main street.
Telephone 413.
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LAST LINKS.
CAUGHT AN EEL G. A. Eber
hard caught an eel, three feet, ten
inches long, in the Cuyahoga river
yesterday.
RAPID ELEVATION The elec
tric elevator being tput in the new
Walsh block at present win run at
the rate of 300 feet a minute.
MOONLIGHT PICNIC The
Young People's society of St. John's
Lutheran church held a moonlight
picnic at Lakeside park Wednesday
evening.
FAMILY REUNION The Kit
tinger family reunion was held at
Lakeside park Thursday. The oc
casion was marked by a large at
tendance. EXCURSION TO NIAGARA A
special train on the C. A. & C. left
at 4:15 this evening for Niagara
Falls. A large number of Akron peo
ple took advantage of the excursion.
READY IN FEW DAYS Cor
oner E. O. Leberman will file his
findings in the A. & B. C. wreck, in
which Messrs. Martin, Smith and
Young Martin were killed, in a few
days.
CLERKS' UNION The Clerks"
union will hold an important meet
ing next Tuesday night and a full
attendance is desired. It is pro
posed to have a beneficial branch to
the union.
MISSION SERICE There will
be a mission service of the Luther
League and prayer meeting at Trin
ity Lutheran church this evening at
7:15. Topic, "The Testimony of the
Father." Leader, Miss DoraRoepke.
LAWN FETE The Royal Neigh
bors of America, a recently organized
woman's auxiliary to the-Woodmen
of America, held a lawn fete on the
property of John Angne, on S. Main
st., near Falor, Wednesday night.
rno lawn was Brilliantly ligntea
with Japanese lanterns, and enter
tainment was furnished by a graph-
aphone. Refreshments consisted of ,
ice c-t'iuu iinu uu. vuiiu a nuije
crowd was in attendance, and the
reiresiiment tables were liberally s
patronized. '
Win-til Saturday
$3.00
$4.00
cheviots, and a good many others
morning till night.
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AND HATTERS
Akron, Ohio. T
Dissolution
CHEERY HOMES,
Is there anything that makes a
nome iook more cneenui ana nome
like than bright artistic portraits and
nhotosrranhs and nictures of all
kinds? The display at our photo
parlors cannot be excelled anywhere
m tne state ot unio. -
If you desire up-to-date work in
any finish, you are sure to be suited
here.
We handle portrait frames and do
general iramintr at lowest prices,
Some of the things we do, we make
crayon, water color and pastel por
traits, caroou in.iumun ana uiaceno
photos, madalions, photo porclain
work, photo jewelry and tint any
kink of phographs in colors by our
new process, all at reasonable prices.
Here is our leader in larjre portraits
I for n short time. Bring a photo or
sit yourpoii anu wo win maKe you a
life size air brush portrait, without
irame ior $i.ou. inne nana-maae
crayon portraits $10 to $25.
A. A. BESAW,
Photogrraher and Portrait Artist.
186 S. Howard, near corner Mill,
Telephone 1744,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR REST Nine room house, 142 Balch
street, modern lraDrovements. creat variety
of fruit, beautiful location, opposite Hall's
pari., izupermomn. j. ju. u. .rreaericK.
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Derricks Being Erected.
Tho company organized by H. D.
Van Campen to drill for oil and gas
'it Barberton, have begun work.
About 22,000 feet of lumber have been
hauled to the site and derricks are
being erected. Material work will
be commenced shortly.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" price 25c. For sale by- all
druggists.
Mr. H. Evan Williams, America's
greatest tenor, used the Dreher piano
at his concert at the M. E. church,
Tuesday evening, Aug. 1.
To Foundry Men.
Durango, Mexico, July 29. 1899.
To the Supt. of the Foundry De
partment: Dear sir: We desire to establish
an agency at Akron, Ohio, and it
will give us pleasure and you satis
faction to allow us Jo express to you
a sample keg of hundred Kilos of our
new Ferro-Nickel Manganese Cal
cium Fluoride for trial in cupola and
ladle use.
This alloy, like yeast not ail expen
sive article, gives new life to the
metal in purity, ductility and soft
ness. Upon receipt of this, please tele
graph at once to our exclusive Solo
Agents Messrs. Stahlknecht & Cia.
Bankers, Durango, Mexico, for a
trial sample keg alloy, which we will
be pleased to forward to you imme
diately by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex
press direct to your foundry. Twenty-four
page illustrated catalogue
free.
Awaiting your immediate reply,
we are yours faithfully servants.
Howard Chemical Works, agents,
will ship from St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.
The National Ore & Reduction Co.
Durango, Mexico, P. O. box S3.
IMigh - t:, August 26th.
Now is your time, before school begins, to buy high
grade clothing for your boys for little money.
too numerous to mention. Come
PERSONALS.
W. A. Palmer is in Youngstown,
attending the races.
Mrs. H. S. Renninger of 1112 S.
Main st. left today for Niagara Falls.
G. H. Grimm of Rutland, Vt., is
the guest of David Logan of Sumner
street.
J. J. Feudner and family of the M.
O'Neil & Co., start this evening for
a trip to Niagara Falls.
Mrs. J. F. Stoeckle, Mrs. M. Kirk
and daughter, Mabel, have returned
from Waukeshaw, Wis.
James P. Loomis and Newton G.
Johnston left Thursday for Star Isl
and for a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rosemond of
Cuyahoga Falls left today for a two
weeks visit in the west.
Mrs. D. W. Roberts of Irondale is
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Cathern Roberts, 113 Rhodes av.
Ed Gallagher, W. J. and Elmer C.
Wildes are attending the outing of
the Knights of Columbus at Put-in-Bay.
Miss Nellie Blackwell of Barber
ton, has concluded a month's visit at
Jacob Koplin's residence, 10S' Fay
street.
Miss Jennie Roberts of Rhodes av.
has returned from her vacation
which she spent in visiting relatives
in Irondale.
Prof. W. F. Stickle will open his
dancingacademy in Clerkin & Maag's
new block on South Main st., on Fri
day evening, Oct 13.
Miss Allene Gardner of James
town, Pa., and Miss Julia Seibold of
New York city, are being entertain
ed by Miss Annie Bock, 800 East
Market st.
Mr. and Mrs. J . P. Jones of 347
Carroll st.. left today for Chantauqua
Lake, where Mrs. Jones will spend
the next four or six weeks, Mr.
Jones returning in one week.
Louis Culbertson, county clerk of
Knox county, accompanied by his
family, is visiting friends in the city.
Mr. Culbertson is a cousin of Mrs.
Elbert J. Hard, of 104 St. Clair st.
The relatives and many friends of
J. H. Andrews, formerly of Akron,
now of Petaluma, California, will
greatly regret to hear that he is suf
fering from a severe attack of typhoid
pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rinker, Mrs.
Austin Lilly and Mrs. JohnFretchof
Akron, and Mr. and Mrs. Matthias
McCracken of Munroe Falls, left
Thursday for Niagara Falls for a few
days' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Schneider, 425
Park st.. will leave tonight for De
troit. Mr. Schneider will return
from Detroit, while his wife will con
tinue on to Lowell, Mich., where she
will visit a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Mangold of
602 S. Broadway, left Thursday for a
two weeks' trip through New York.
They will go by rail to Buffalo. From
that city they will make a 300 mile
journey on their bicycles.
Family Reunion.
The eighth annual reunion of the
Kispert-Stroble families will be held
at Lakeside park, Tuesday, Aug. 8.
A good attendance is desired.
Surprised Her Husband.
Mrs. Fullerton, wife of Edward D.
Fullerton, general agent of the C,
A. & C. company, surprised her hus
band Wednesday evening by giving
a surprise party in his honor at their
home, 95G East Market st. All the
clerks and employes of the C, A. &
C. freight office on Mill st. were
present. The evening was spent
pleasantly with cards. Excellent
refreshments were served.
Moss-Lilienfeld.
Sol C. Moss and Miss Ella Lilien
feld were married in Chicago Wed
nesday. Mr. Moss is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Moss of Akron, and
has prospered well since he has been
in business in Chicago. Miss Lilieu
feld is a society lady and is very
popular and favorably known in
-t pays your grocer l.i sell
you Fels-Naptha soap, 5c, and
money-back it; we money
back it to him.
F-Is & Co. maters. Philadelphia.
now. We have suits for summer
the dollar, UKAJNU NEW UOOJJS.
And This Explains How at
Last if is Possible to
USUAL STORY
OF THE DISEASE.
In many cases diseases of the nose i
and throat, if neglected and un-j
checked, instead of extending down
into the bronchial tubes, extend r
along the oesophagus, or swallow, ,
into tne stomacn.
The mucous discharge is dropped
in the throat from the back part of the
nose, and in the daytime is hawked
and expelled.
At mght this nauseating material
still continues to drop into the
throat.
It first collects in the pharynx,
then it is brought into contact with
the foul and impure air from the
lungs and is mixed with the germs
of decay.
Decomposition results, and in this
condition the vile material is swal
lowed while sleep and goes to the
stomach.
The decomposing discharges so
swallowed are poisons not deadly
ones, but poisons neverthless which
act slowly but surely, undermining
the patient's constitution.
The thousands of little glands sit
uated in the lining are free to pour
out the juices that are needed to di
gest the food in the healthy stom
ach. With disease attacking the lining
of the stomach, the little glands are
choked up by the swelling, and their
exit is blocked by the sticky mucus
which has resulted from the inflam
mation. As a consequence there are not
enough digestive juices formed and
poured out into the cavity of the
stomach.
The food, not having the necessary
Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moss
and son, Gus, and daughter, Scela,
attended the wedding.
Pleasant Reception.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Brightmire
at their home, 108 Bartges St., gave a
reception Wednesday evening, from
8 to 10, in honor of their guest, Miss
Mabel Aigler, of Bellevuo, O.
Thirty-five of the young people of
the Calvary Evangelical church, of
which Mr. Brightmire is pastor,
were present. Tho guests were re
ceived by the host and hostess, as
sisted by D. Milton Herrold of 21G
May st. Singing and games were
the principal features of the amuse
ments. Elmer A. Zimmerman of
527 East Buchtel av., entertained the
party with the singing of a number
of solos. Light refreshments were
served at 9.
Reed-Haushaller.
A pretty home wedding was sol
emnized Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Haushalter, 937 East Market
St., the home of the bride's parents.
The contracting parties were Miss
Helen M. Haushalter and Edwin D.
Reed, one of the proprietors of the
American Laundry. Rev. T. E.
Monroe officiated, using the impres
sive ring service. Only relatives.and
a few close friends witnessed the
ceremony. Following the marriage
congratulations and presents were
given, after which a wedding repast
was partaken of. Showers of rice
were hurled at the newly married
couple as they returned from the
parlor.
The bride was attired in white or
gandie trimmed with Valenciennes
lace and carried a boquet of sweet
peas. The residence was decorated
nicely with palms and golden rod.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed will reside on
Fay st.
Try Allen's Fool-Ease,
powder to bo shaken Into the shoes
Your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and
get tired easily. If you have smarting feet
or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools the feet and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, Ingrowing
nans, Dusters ana caiious spots, neiioves
corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest
and comfort. Try It today. Sold by all
druqglsts and shoe stores for 25c. Trial
package FREE. Address.AllenH.Olmstead
Lo Koy, N.Y. 6
Program of Sport.
An excellent program of sport has
been arranged for the picnic of the
Baker-McMillan companys employes
Saturday at Long lake. Tho feature
will be a ball game between the mar
ried and single men for a prize of $25.
"Lefty" Jones, the one time crack,
will pitch for the married men. John
McGovern will twirl for the singles.
Other events are fat men's race, boat
race, egg race, spoon race, sack race
and swimming race. Free lemonade
and coffee will be served all day.
Note the Following Buckeye I rices:
No. 5. 175 men's suits worth 14, during our great August sale.
No. 6. 100 very fine men's suits Avorth $16, Buckeye price
No. 7. 175 men's fine worsteds worth 19, for only
1,500 children's suits from 3 to 14 years, from
800 boys' suits from 14 to 19 years old, from
and winter to suit yourself. We
You'll have ouly zi days to Duy
135 South Howard st.
Akron, Ohio.
P.S. Look for the buck on top of our building
and you won't be misled' by fakirs.
materials to dissolve it, lies in the
stomach like lead.
Instead of being converted into
nourishment for the blood, it is
changed into poisonous gases, which
distend the stomach, dilating it so
that the organs press upward on the
heart and lungs.
This causes a sense of smothering,
relief from which is only obtained
by belching up the gas. or its pas
sages along the bowels, where it
causes a sense of distension and
rumbling.
There is nausea and sometimes
vomiting in the morning, with hawk
ing and gagging upon arising, and it
requires quite an effort to free the
stomach of the mass of mucus that
has accumulated in it during tne
night.
In some cases there is waterbrash
or heartburn, with constipation to
complicate matters.
The old plan of doctoring for stom
ach troubles consisted in purges and
emetics.
Drugs that irritated or inflamed
the stomach.
Drugs that increased the suffering
rather than allayed it.
Under the Ramsey treatment the
inflamed and diseased lining of the
stomach is first soothed and quieted
INDIANA MELONS
Will arrive tonight. A very fine stock and
medium prices. All kinds of California
fruits have arrived in good condition.
Prices nre reasonable. Fine liananns on
hand. Headquarters for Jamaeu limes.
IM. Laskaris Co.
Phone 289. 162 S. Howard st.
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return,
S?nSfaaHlSp n Via. P. & TT. By. Aug. 1 to 5, good 1
SSiralai),i. until Aug. lothwith J
Honodle, Union depot. Tel. 42. , ivil b of extension until Aug. 31. f
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August Clearance Sale
M. D. BR0USE, Agi,
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ifi.uu ior ou cents.
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by the use of proper remedies.
The sore and inflamed spots are
healed, and the lining of the organ is
restored to its wonted tune and
healthy condition.
Under this plan healing drugs
quiet the sore and inflamed spots that
have been throwing out quantities of
sticky, slimy mucus that is mixed
with the food and has coated it over,
thus preventing the gastric juices
from dissolving and digesting it.
When once healed, the lining of
tho stomach is enabled to serve the
purpose that nature intended it to
serve.
The hawking and spitting in the
morning becomes less, the appetite
for breakfast returns, there is no
more nausea where there should be
desire for food, the heartburn or
waterbrash pass away, the bloating
in the stomach after takingfood gives
place to the pleasant sense of full
ness that accompanies the taking of
a full meal.
The foul gases that were belched up
are no longer formed and the bowels
become regular.
The entire system experiences new
vigor from the abundance of nourish
ment absorbed into the blood, where
foal poisons had been previously of
fered it.
IF YOU LIVE AT A DISTANCE
WRITE FOR SYMPTOM BLANK
FOR HOME TREATMENT.
Consultation and Examination Free.
Treatment and Medicines Reasonable.
Dr. W. C. Ramsey,
Rooms 411 to 413
Everett Block, Akron, Ohio.
Olfice only open TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS.
$3.00 Niagaria Falls Return $3.00
Via Erie R. R. Aug. 15, at 8 p. m.
No change of cars, tickets good five
days with stop at Chautauqua on re
turn. Wait for the JSrie!
Camp Meeting,
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
$3.60 Pittsburg and Return.
Of summer goods must be cut out to iiiak
room for my fall and winter stock. AVrap
pers, Shirt Waists, Summer Skirts, Spring
Suits that are left must go at any price.
The advance styles of Fall Suits will
arrive this week and they are beauties and
at prices that every lady can afford to buy
A Tailor-Made Suit
Headquarters for Golf Caps after Aug. 15.
Remember
All Summer Goods Must Go
THE TEMPLE
South Main street
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SUMMER GOODS
Lawn Mowers and Hose,
Ice Cream Freezers.
$
Screen Doors Windows I
And all other summer goods will be $.
sold during the month of August
AT COST
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The Leaders in Builder's Hardware
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Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard st
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