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MATINEES
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Popular Aiqtraiot.iorim
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Thursday, Sept. 18,? It "" the People's
Ply House
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The Oreatait
oanlo Melodrama Ever Presented
Sccnlenlly nnrt drnmntl.
cnlly tlio conspicuous
success of the Reason.
A thrilling play of
startling realism.
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Embracing numerous
Rccnos of astonishing
beauty. Magnificent
and sensational stage
pictures,
LITTLE
Abounding In surprising'
ly novel climaxes and
vivid situations of In
tense dramatic power.
OUTCAS
Irradiated by tho mag.
actio personality of an
incomparable cat
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MATINEE 10c and 20c. EVENINGS 10c, 20c, 30c and 50c. PRICES ALWAYS THESAME. THIS COUPON and 10 CENTS Will Admit Ladto BEST -BESERVEO SEAT at Thursday's Matinee
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For week ending Saturday, Sept. 20th
lb. enko Itunlcle Tiros.' Premium
Chocolate (nothing finer made,) 10c.
"J3 lbs. Pearl tapioca, 12c.
h-VfaA'bg.roi-'goM Jnpnn rlco, 23c.
1 box Buffalo Soap Powder, 15c.
"M " SUGAR.
. 2? Jbs. best tine granulated sugar,
'$1.23, 100 lb. bags, .$1.03.
Golden yollow for caramel frosting,
Vic per lt.
1 lb. Japan Ten dust, 10c.
100 piece Ilnvlland china dluuer sets.
$C5, or 700 checks.
Now china lamps and bric-a-brac.
Save your "check for our elegant
premiums. $3300 worth glcn away
annually.
4 checks with each pound of 50c
tea or over. 8 checks with 1 lb. Star
baking powder; 2 checks with 1 lb.
Vround spices, and 1 check with each
pound of Coffee
You pay no more for your goods.
Tremiums are n rebnto on purchase
'price.
SCHUMACHER & G AMMETER,
1G4 South Hownrd st.,
China & Japan 1 Tea Store.
Both phones or postal free.
AMUSEMENTS
THE
Popular attractions at popular prices
10c, 20c. 30c, COc. Matinees dally
at 10c and 20c. Tluee dally matinees;
three nights,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
- - Sept. 11, J3, IB.
A Crania vof great worth; a 'produc
tion of true merit; a company of dl
tlngulshed players; a great, production;
a wealth of beautiful scenery and ef
fects. . .
The Intense comedy drama,
n i i ii ii
Full oV court tn
lerest, comedy and pathos.
Prices always the same.-
Grand Opera House
Popular attractions, at popular
prices.
Three matinees tbree oypntngs.
Sept. 15, 10, 17 dally matinees.
Al W. Martin's $30,000 revival of
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The grandest, most correct and ex
pensive production ever seen In Amer
ica. Only version that has been ac
cepted by the pulpit as a moral In
structor. Fifty people; 25 colored peo
ple; 20 horses, ponies, oxen, donkeys;
traveling in a special train; two car
loads of special scenery; grand street
p$rado dally. , ,M
Prjceslnlways the same. Matinee 10
nnd -20c. Evening 10, 20,30, 50c.
rhlscoupon and lOcents admit any
laly to reserved seat at Monday mat
inee' . .
Next nttractIon-,"A Little Outcast,"
Bept.,18,-19, 20,
tpefojtyfiu Decide
'qn your picnic, ercurs'lons, trolley par
oles or camping grounds, see and get
ierrns for
"Electric Park
bu shores of historic Lake Brady,
trlctly temperance. Fiee gates. Di
rect connection with Erie, B. & O.,
Pennsylvania and W. &. L. E. rail
'jroadsf also many trolley lines.
Fine cottages to rent For rates and
further partlpulars, write Electric Park
Co., Kent, 0.
$53 Long Lake Park
steamer -
Will run only for special engagements
for day or evening parties nil through
September. Will run next Sunday nt
0 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. The every dny
runs have closed for the season. Ho
tel still open.
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COMEDY AND
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Good Things In Both at Akron Play
houses Next Week,
"For Love and Honor"' drcjv a full
house nt the Grand Thursday even
ing, A. H. Cloments)qs Zckc Vebster,
a typcal Vermont Yankee, rVnndo a
great hit. Edith Ward, as Susie Dny-
ton, "who saved the farm' by wlnifing
n running iace, Is lively and vlvn-
clous and fills her part In .an. admlr
nblo manner. The other members of
tho company nro good and tho liberal
applause bestowed on the play1 Thurs
day night was merited. Tho matinee
Thursday afternoon was well nUcndcd.
as wns also the. Show last night.
Tho company appears again 'tonight,
Of "A Standard Article," which
comes to tho Colonial this evening,
the Warren Tribune says; "A email
house greeted Miss Alma Stirling lu
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ALMA STIRLING
Pretty Dutch Comedlenno.in "A Standard Article," at tho Colonial.
'A Standard Article''1 at the Opera
House last nlghf. Miss Stirling, as
Lena Snider the Dutch girl, won the
audience and her peculiar sayings were
very amusing. Fred'Wr6n, o,s Judge
Comfort, with his' big kind heart and
rather gruff manners also captured the
audience." v
"Lovers' Lane," tne famous comedy
by Clyde Fitch, will bo the ntfraetlon
at the Colonial theatre on Mondny
evening next. It Is picsented by Wil
liam A. Brady, who finds It as popu
lar and profitnblo qb his other bon
nnza "Way Dqwn East." Th,e orig
inal company Is offered the ono pre
senting It for five months In New York
and 14 weeks in Philadelphia. "Lovers'
Lano" Is a play of Jhe Massachusetts
small town, not of the fnrm yard and
hay field. Seats nre now on Hale.
The piny opens In the little, parlor
of tho parsonage, cheery, full of books
and pictures, the sunlight streaming
through tho big wlrjdow, and beyond
a charming vista pf trees nnd quaint
houses and. bright flqwcrs. 1; Is here
that Dr. Singleton writes his s,ermoris,
nnd it Is here that trembling and dlf-
A SCENE IN "A
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fldent young men come to ask the min
ister to marry them, and blushing
gJrlB softly murmur "Yes," In tho mar
rlago service. And it Is here that Dr.
Singleton falls In lovo and his whole
Hto tnlcos a new tone. After this bit
of home life the scene shifts to tho
vlllago street, befoie tho district
school, where Molly tolls and teachec
the "young Idea." Hero, too, under
tho spreading boughs of a great elm,
tho vlllago general stoic stands. Tho
crowd of schoo', chlldron play In tho
street singing their merry songs,
romping, plaring leap-frog, or "horse,"
and apparently enjoying themselves
to the Unite AJTtr this the minister's
orchard lu tho scene of action, and
here the tiagedy and comedy of llfo
join hands. In the autumn tints of
red and yellow and dull brown, tho
romance of the minister and Mary
seoius to end, nnd his flock enraged
at him, tell him as thq
uuriuiuss cuuicbc on unit
he Is to preach for them no longer,
but another time when spring sun
shine has opened the blossoms and all
nature seems glad, tho Gamo people
como to him, nnd under the apple tree
laden with pink nnd -whlte flowers,
they nsk him to rettun to them. Tho
scenery of the ploy1 fills out it
atmosphere of peace and quiet and
charm. Several players have won
high distinction In "Lovers' Lane."
Tho cast will be tho saino as for 14
weeks in Philadelphia. The sale of
seats is now in progress.
An event looked forward to with
more than ordinary Interest, theatri
cal! , Is the coming of Al. W. Martin's
$30,000 revival of Harriet Beccher
Stowo's lovnblo story of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin." Mr. Martin's reputation as
a promoter of big productions Is well
known by theatre-goers, but fewi are
nware that the coming event Is ono
of the most gigantic arid elaborate
LinLE OUTCAST"
Grand,
that ho has orer attempted. Not only
docs Mr. Martin promise to htlng n
company of ono hundred people, but
claims to uso a carload of ponies,
horses, oxen and bloodhounds in tho
piece. Undo Tom's Cabin will hold
tho boards at tho Grand, Monday,
BESSIETEELE
"LoYftrs Lane," nt tho Colonial.
In
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 15, 10
and 17, with daily matinees. A spe
cial train consisting of two coaches
for the company, two for tho scenery
and one for tho rtock Is required to
move tho attraction.
Tho biggest scenic production ever
housed nt the Grand will be seen next
Thursday, Frldny and Saturday, with
daily matinees, when "A Llttlo Out
cast" comes to town. Mr. Geo. E.
GUI, the manager, in an interview the
other day, shed somlo light on the mod
ern methods which have made "A. Llt
tlo Outcast," a nine-day wonder. Says
Mr. Gill; "In 'A Little Outcast,' -will
arrive sensational astonishments In
the matter of mechanical possibilities
never dreamed of In the less informed
days when gas Instead of electricity
predominated. When we want a hur
ricane with whirlings swirling thunder
clouds, forked lightning and torrents
of rain, we have it, and wo have It
right. In tho old days when I vtas a
youngster touring the provinces back
In 'Merry England,' all kinds of excit
ing weather was brought about by the
mystic aid of chopped paper 'snow,'
by blue gauze and canvas seas, by
burning pans of suffocating soltpetrc,
and working a sheet of tin hung on a
rope, blowing through paper funnels,
and rolling dried pens In n wooden
trough occasionally enlivening this
mild anger of the gods by a terrific
wooden 'crash,' and a streak of phos
phorous blown through a blow pipe
for streaked lightning. In 'A Little
Oiifcals1!!,' when the elements are to be
jarred we press the button, and elec
tricity does tho rest, responding with
TRIM tor fafefts: 101.J
Men and wonien of taste and judgnunt
go into testacies oer( the wonderful pat
terns, textures and'coldrs which are "the
fruit of the loom." But there is one
fruit of the loom
they rarely con
sider, and that is
the frail and faded
woman, old before
her time, because
necessity compels
her to work under
conditions, which
send her more
favored sister to
bed and 'the doc
tor's care,
i The diseases
which weaken and
torment women,
may in almost all
cases be cured by
the rise of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. 1 1
establishes regu
larity, dries weak
ening drains, heals
inflammation and
ulceration, and
cures female weak-
"I hid ftmsle trouble for eight years," wrftet
Mrs, LvJ Dennis, of Bis Ea?t College fatrtct.
JockspnWlle,iJll. "Words cannot expreBS what
I suffered souxht rtlif amenr the mtduai
profusion and fount nent. Friends urged nit tc
try Dr. Wercer FaVorile Fre,cnp"on- When t
commenced taking fhli medicine I weighed
Wlnety.nve pounds Now I weigh one hundred
and fifty-six pounds more than I ever weighed
before, I wns so bad I would lie from day to
day and long for death to come and relieve my
suffering. I had internal inflammation, a dis
agreeable drain, brearing-down pain, and sitch
distress every month, but now I never have a
Kin do ill my own work and am a strong and
aljhy woman."
"Favorite Prescription " makes weak
women strong, siqk women -well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
Works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should bt
used with "Favorite Prescription" when.
ever s laxative is required.
IS BABY SICK?
Baltrlax nvm the nu er cniianooa couc,
Chclor-Iilutuin, Diarrhoea, or the pains
lust Ql 1IVU. wvtuuim I
Dr. Jam'' Soothing Syrup Cordial
la a aafa, wrer-ZalUni remedr. Conulna no laudanum
nothing that could barm a delicate child pleaiant to
B the taste. At Druir cwrea, 28 cents bottl.. B
For Sale by. John Lamparter & Co.,
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nthin rnatln.-r ofnmi.
refined rorctano wax.
nannv who orwoor.
2i clr ttgbt end eda
vmot. Easily applied,
useful in a dozen otber
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Vi.ll ill.Mttntin with
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Made by STANDARD OK. CO-
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TJACOBSPI
more .kinds of weather tjian he aver
age bureau coUkf think'' up td cam its
salary when It had no news. Our head
electrician Is our wizard," said Mr.
qill, lighting his cigarette It had gone
out three times "and when, for In
stance, we want a grand spectacle, as
In our great fro scene, the result of
his knowledge is a picture which Is
berv helming in its vivid realism.
Huge sheets of flamo belcli out from
tho buildings and sea and sky arc
lighted up with billows of flame so
real that It Is hard to realize that ono
ifi not In the presence of the real thing.
4A Llttlo 'Outcast Is chuck full of
Jnodern nmnzetaents, and such Inde
scribable achievements as the theatri
cal world has never imagined." Just
"then, Mr. GUI, realizing perhaps, ho
had been given away a column of good
"copy," hurried away to the railway
ofllces, to arrange for the transporta
tion of his company to the next town.
On next Saturday afternoon and
evening, Messrs. B. E. Forrester nnd
Mlttenthnl Bros, will present for the
first time In this city, "A Desperate
Chance" at the Colonial theatre. The
pleco Is from the. pen of Theodore
Kremer, the weHlknown .melodramatic
writer. "A Desperate Chance" deals
with the life of tho famous BIddle
Bros, and Is filled with thrilling situa
tions. There Is much comedy and
several interesting specialties. Little
Clara, probably tho greatest child ac
tress now before the public is of great
Interest to the children nnd after each
matlnee.the stnge entrance is crowded
with little ones anxious to get a
glance at their little friend, and
Clara Is always pleased to think she
has made some now acquaintances.
The old horse nnd sleigh with which
the Biddies and Mrs. Soffel attempted
to make thelr-escape on that cold Feb
ruary day when they wero surround
ed by the defectives, captured and re
turned to the Butler Jail, will be used
at each performance. Tho horse Is
growing fat and lazy over the 'easy
time ho Is having ns nn .actor touring
tho country in "A Desperate Chance."
,Tbo sale of seats open Thursday,
Sept. 18.
Don't Poison Yourself
with "medicines'! of doubtful character.
Giving temporary rel of, they cousin of
fiolsonous eiemauts which must harm you
n tho long run. ,11 you suffer from any
disease of the stomach or the llvor, if you
nro nftllctod with indigestion, constipation
or biliousness, try "bt. liornnrd Vogotahlo
Pills." Xhey itre absolutely freofrora in
jurious substancer. Give tlio "8t.T3ernnrd
vegotnblo Pills" an honest trial. It will
convince you oi tnoir excellence. All drug
gists soil them. ,
Take Care of the.Stomach.
The man or- woman whose digestion
Is perfect and whose.stoma'ch perfoims
Its every function Is never sick. Ko
dol cleanses, .purifies and sweetens tho
stomach and 'purqs positively aud per
manently all stomach , troubles, Indi
gestion and dyspepsia. It Is the won
derful reconstructive tonic that is mak
ing so many sick peoplo well and weak
people strong by conveying to their
bodies nil of the nourishment In the
food they cat. Itev. J, II. Holladay,
of Hollnday, Miss., writes: "Kodol has
cured me. I consider It tho best rem
edy I ever used for dyspepsia nnd
stomach troubles. I was given up by
physicians. Kodol saed my life."
Take it after meals.
We sell tho greatest of blood puri
fiers, Acker's DlooJ Elixir, under a
positive guarantee. It will euro all
chronic and other blood poisons, if
jou have eruptions or sores on your
body, or are pnJe, weak or run down,
it Is Just what you need, 'o refund
money if you are not satlslied. 5u
Inman Bros,, J. M. Latter, and John
Lamparter & Co.
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TRADE P&9Sffi3r- MARKUP
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i CAPITAL, 8100,000.00 J- A- Kon,cr' Present .
) j. m. Larrer, vice president W
(a) 'TTfafV JohD Gros3. treasurer. (a)(
w"-&'-f-' Claude Clark, canhlcr. jSvi
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(0) DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ,(
WW ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
sj( Interest at 3 per cent per annum on savings deposits, from Vi(
W date of deposit, on all amounts resuunln 80 days or longer. W
700 S. Main street, - - . AKRON, OHIO ffi
- L. C. Miller,
I Room 14, Arcade Blook
"i b aV'AAai- "- Rpttpp Than Ynnr Bo11 Pnono 70(,
' SPH!B:Si 'MMfrzi People's phono 774.
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: w$mm : m?Saif thcy were Kod-but ime on 8 uuu I0 Loan on
'. sa aflH - lf 2&mSe them. Consequently, our brand of beer H FltrnitllPO ntn
- iWI'mri'??! &uI2Qgg3 is as good as any-better than most. lUIIIUUlU, Cll.
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VM WMl rafatair "yade you to try our product-you'll youowoadebtwhlchyoufln(lu
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rrtfl&!'r BREWING COMPANY H o mnd0 reduce- principal aild Inter.
X riii nfci WiWr est, so as not so mlsi It from your
. Aicnn a 1 earnings. We will loan you from
aj Furniture,
al Pianos.
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V 99 n Tf -4B -A- T H Horses,
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-f H Loans made In evory part of Bam-
-f BB mlt county. Extra time In case of
-r BB aicknets. death or loss of employ-
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m A JL HRl H Vl7"t" H phono People's 85, Bell 8T, and we
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X Wagons Everywhere.
What the Beacon Light
Is to the Storm Tossed Mariner, So Is
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
the Siol-
Rich &.nd Poor All Treated Alike.
With the greatest care and attention.
and a speedy and permanent cure Is guaranteed In every case accepted for
treatment. What Is your nllment? what do you suffer from? Have you
been told your malady is an Incurable one? Never despair until yon have
heard from Dr. Spinney & Co,, that such is the case, fcr he has a wonder
ful record of curing where other doctors fall. ' .
Are you of the vast number wh0 suffer from the miserable, wearing
feelings vihich Inevitably are 'coexist ent with '.
CONSTIPATION. NERVOUSNESS, S TOMACII TROUBLES. GENERAL
WEAKNESS, DIZZINESS, CHILLY SENSATIONS, HEADACHE, BACK
ACHE DESPONDENCY?
Do you suffer from CATARRH, ASTHMA, PILES, BRONCHITIS,
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIA TIOA, LUMBAGO, FEMALE TROU
BLES, HEART DISEASE, BRIGHT 'S DISEASE, BLADDER TROUBLE
RUPTURE, LIVER COMPLAINT, MALARIA, CHRONIC SKIN OR
BLOOD DISEASE? If so, consult
DR. SPINNEY & go
consultation oSW&k FREE and INVITED.
Dally office hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. '
Charges for Treatment Very Low.
MASONIC TEMPLE, CORNER iUr-n-.-. -, a-?
HOWARD AND MILL STS. J6" V 9 Q sTB . Vast m
THE KLAGES COAL & ICE CO.
Both Phones 19,
Company
161-163 S. High St
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Foes low and within tho renrh nt all.
Although Panama hats and Shirt
Waists are yet In use we desire to
divert jour attention to the very Im
portant Item of
FUEL
Wo want your ordors, whatever
they may be, and would urgo tho
expediency of
PLACING THEM NOW FOR "
YOUR WINTER COAL.
Summer prices are always lower
than those named Inter In the sensou.
Call us by Boll or Poonle's or wrftn
us nnd wo will attend to yon prompt-
Cor. Mill and Prospect stsr
HONEY JO LOAN
0(1 Household Goods,
Pfanos, Organs, Horses, Car
riages, Wagons
And on all chattel property at tho
very lowest rates. If you have a num
ber of small debts you want to pay, I
will loan you tho money, and you can
pay it back In small monthly psyraents.
AH goods remain in your possession,
and your business Is strictly confiden
tial. Call and Investigate beforo you
borrow, I can save you money.
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HOTEL. EEIWIF31RB:
Broadway aal 63d StrVt, Hew York City.
Absolutely Fire Proof.
Rates moderate. Excellence cuisine.
Efficient service. Extensive library.
iModern. Exclusive. Accessible. Or
chestral concerts every evening. AH
cars pass the Empire. From thri
'Grand Central station take cars mark
'Broadway and 7th ave. Seven min
utes to Empire.
" On crossing any of the ferries, take
the Oth Avenue Elevated Railway to
B9th st, from which it Is one minute's
walk to hotel.
; Bend for descriptive booklet
I W, Johnson Quinn. .
a;iy:aatt?sr"eller"
NOW READY TO SERVE LADIE3
AND GENTLEMEN AT ALL HOURS
Order cooking from 6 a.m. to Midnight
OUR CUISINE THE BEST
OUR PRICES REASONABLE
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