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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 July 1899

- V r--v &- - H00CKO00XX Lost Gofd ; Y OF St. Leon. "It Is scarcely two summers ago," said Mr. 4. F. Rell to the New York Herald, 'that I was at the head of a quartz mill ng establishment near Guadaloupe y I'alvo, in Chihuahua. There were about W) Mvarthy and powerful peons, or semi llave half breeds, working under me, and I had absolute power over them. By kindly treatment I managed to get more work out of them than any predecessor and was in great favor at the mill. I also had a privilege of taking on new hands. The mill was situated in a lovely valley, where semitropieal fruit abounded, and wy little cabin was within a minute's walk of the mill. "One day a curious little Mexican ap- nriod"nt"tli(rmlli for"work. lie seemed to be a man of intelligence above the aver age and had evidently traveled a great distance. lie looked very diminutive be side the sis foot 'greasers,' who were able to carry 400 pounds of gold quartz on their backs, but I took pity on him and hired him. "On...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 17 July 1899

-7 ---vat2 -J'9m7ff'i'3i!Slt :-lw- '-Jv'"B?i sftj"V?E-iywii Insist upon bavins: the Bread With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is THE BEST... AKRON AILY DEMOCRAT. -HEADQUARTERS FOIL- Paris Green "SEE And Other INSECTICIDES. SHIR'S ::: K0. 104 BBi Intel. SL VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 75 AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1899. PRICE ONE GENT K IE GREAT Akron Elks Fair. Splendid Display Made by Business Men. Immense Parade Opens the Carnival. Midway Filled With In teresting Exhibits. German Village Has Numer ous Attractions. Searchlight Will Throw Rays on Clouds. ' Free Exhibition by AchilleTPhillion Fireworks'; Display. Illustrative of the potency of con centrated and continuedffprts in the achievement of success is the Elks' Street fair, which was formally opened to the public at 1 o'clock this afternoon. j. After months of industrious l'JSSf .-j aration, a large outlay 01 money, o$- 2& Iniioirn 1 u Vrvi inrl rlllllfrnrif BitBrn.Tv for pleasing attractions, the aggre gated collections of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 17 July 1899

5T THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hartsr Fred W. Gayer Editors and Mantgen. KDH.DBla.OoOBT,Msr.JLaTrUiliHlpt POBLIBHID BT THK AKRON DEMOCRAT OOKPA1T1 office ,, . . Democrat Block. Nos. 1E5 and 187 Main st LOSS DIBTJJSOI PHOK ISO. OFFICERS AHD DIBI0TOB8. Preslden"Jr J"ISAS TreMUrSr IZWlIilAM T. BAWTBB EDW. S?HITtFk".Z:.-JSO. MONAJCAKA KD.H.DBliAOonBT. Entered at the Fostofflce i at Akron, Ohio, as Becond-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMaUltfiO - - - 11.23 for Six Month. Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY, JUIA" 17 "Haxka's bossism and money are ruining the Kepublican party," says ex-Representative E. Conn, candi date for re-nomination on the Repub lican ticket.. The doctor might have emphasized his statement ana np proached nearer to the truth had he used' the past tense, and said that Hanna's bossism and money "has ruined" the Kepublican party. "Frank Mveks of Mogadore is older than I, and if he...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 17 July 1899

K FOR SALE. FOR SALE No 12-121 Bare U barn, -w ell, cistern, two good houses at a great liarpain; two 6-room' houses on Bnre L, onlytSMJ ach; three lots Ht a lmmnln; new house on Raymond St., with furnace, only $1,1(0; new house on Snyder st., only fl,fM; No. 115 Kllng St. at a sncrillce; Imrgnlns In all parts of theclty. Call and see them. Money loaned. Tel. 510. G. W. GKIDLEY.43 Central Bldg. FOR SALE Fine oak. upright, folding bed; 2 walnut bediteade, 2 loungev, l mar-tile-top wash stand, 1 walnut wash stand. 1 cniia s Dea. uns secona-nnno mrniiun-i- u irnod condition and will lw sold chenolf sold at once. Inquire at No. 351 K. HuehteJave. BUILDING STONE FOR SALE. Chlce building stone by car load; also brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders filled on short notice. C. H. Jone9. 317 fcfoutu Main st. FOR SALE Choice lots on Miller nv. and Uachtol nv.at bargain prices. Bear In mind that these lots are on graded streets. Just olT of car line, in good neighborhood, conven ient to sc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 17 July 1899

'--uj'wavvy i : V"- - 'H'V'-WJ Corsets We carry the BEST makes of corsets there is in the country. You can find your fit here in any shape you want. 39c Summer and jean corsets in long waists, comfortable fitting. 50c High and low bust summer corset also drab and black. This corset excels all others at this price. 75c "W. & B." America's leading corset in white and drab. $1.00 "B. & G." Thompson's glove fitting "Kabo" American lady Warners four-in-hand. Chicago waist, Ferris waist and Jackson waist, in white, drab and black. $1.25 Warner's four-in-hand, in ou sizes. The corset made for stoufc ladies. No bones to break our hips. We ask all stout ladies to try this corset. $2.50 P. D. white and black, this is the medium priced P. D. corset and fits splendid. $3.75 and $3.50 Her Majesty corset in drab and black, guaranteed for one year, made of strong jean and genuine whalebone, very suitable for stout ladies. 50c Misses' waists and misses corsets ', in white and drab, all size...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 July 1899

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRA Prescriptions... Dispensed at our store will not disappoint thedoctor. Ask him about us and by all means follow his advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug: Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 7(5 AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 18. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT 1899 Cameras 1899 Great variety, lowest prioe. In struction and dark room FREE. Photo supplies of everv descrij tion. Geo. S. Dales & Son, m I EOlil fl rii K OND Issue Is Authorized. Money For Street and Sewer Improvements. Appointment of Prosecu tor C. C. Benner. Consolidation of Two roads Approved. Rail- Allyn Street Resident's City Council. Petition Little business of special import ance was transacted by the City Council Monday night. The appointment of C. C. Benner by Mayor Young as police prosecutor was confirmed. The consolidation of the Akron Traction & Electric Co. and A. B. C. road was approved. Pavement Petition. An ordinance was introduced fur the improvement of Allyn st., from Exchange to the Wolf ledge. The ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 July 1899

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Cdw. S. Harier Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. Di La Oocbt, Hgr. Adyertlilni; Dept PDBUBHZD BT IUK AKKON DEMOOKA.T COMPANY OKKIOK Democrat Block, Nos. 183 and 157 Main' at. IX)XO DISTANCE FllONK 190. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. President James V. W'ejjii Vice-President A. T. Paire Secretary Feed V Oavkj: Treasurer WlK.ua T. Sawyer Edw. 8. Hakter Jo. MoNamaka Ed. U. D La Court. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 12.50 - - - JlJSlorBlx Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 160. TUESDAY, JULY 18 -rtfOfWfj -tViarriw 1fTRAnESliff)COUNCIU3 1 4c imf3bKZ-& dSSBi Juno k Anderson seems to be so puffed up in pride at his success in telling Akron people, by proxy,what they may do. that he now wants to govern what they say. But he got hold of the wrong subject when he began his censorship experiment with Senator Alexander. The cens...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 July 1899

K 27,875 Real Estate Security, farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. H.O. IV1B Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. l-ORPAI.hi NolJ.M.'IBar-'l. I'nni v.. II, clMom. two sHi him-' - .u :rMt Iniriiln, f two ii-room Ihiiim"-. on JShiv t , "iil f Mich; thru-lot-. :it it bargain, iii Iioumjoii j Hoyinond st., with film insonlj l,l", niu j house on hnjiler st mlj 1,"; o. II Kline t. nt ii siicrlllci bargains In nil parts of thecl;. Call mid tc tilt in. Momi loimil. Til.516. G. W. GHIIirKi. Is Cmtr.il Biilg. FOR sAUHiif onk. upright, folilinj lied; 2 wnlnut leiItiul-.iIoiinsts, 1 miir-lile-topwuslistiiuil, 1 wnlnut w.ih st.ind. 1 child's lx-d. This stxonil-huiitl furiiltnri is in good condition und wlllliosold i In up if sold at once. IiKjulrv nt No. .j51 E. liucht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 July 1899

arqteeasSte Muslin Underwear Don't think for a moment that because our undergarments are so well made and such good fits that they are high priced, even the cheapest garment we handle has to be made right no sweat shop work but all made by a first-class factory. 8c and 10c Plain corset covers, high neck, made of good muslin, much better value than if they had a cheap lac.e trimming. 12iC, ISC Trimmed corset covers, high and Vrneck, made of good cambric -with a good lace and embroidery .tjjmmiug. 25c, 39C Lace and embroidery trimmed cambric corset covers, square and V neck, no better fitting garments made. " 50C, 75c, $1 to $1.25 French corset covers, trimmed in lace and embroidery, made of good cambric with splendid work manship. 50C, 58C Plain and trimmed white under skirts, dust ruffle with a deep embroidery trimming, full made. rSc, 85C Umbrella white skirts, trimmed in lace and embroidery, dust ruffle full size, full length. $1.00 Umbrella shirts, trimmed in lace and embroidery....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 July 1899

Insist upon having: the Bread With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is THE BEST... . .-HEADQUARTERS FOJt PoHc Pfaan London Purpls 1 dl 15 III CCIl Hellebore And Other INSECTICIDES. SHIMMER'S ::: NO. 104 E08I fiQfKel Si. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 77 AKRON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EYENING, .1ULY 19. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT AKRON DAILY DEMOCR AT. HYPOCRITE. If Stories Are True Says Senator Alexander of Aaron Teeple. Article Printed In Demo crat Was True. Did Not Deny That Correct. It Was Had No Thought of Charging a Falsehood. "A. very fair report of our conver sation," said Senator J. Park Alex ander Tuesday evening in comment ing on the interview-published in the Democrat last Friday. The article referred to was that in which the Senator gave a few details of the contemptible inctjiods resorted to by his political enemies to bring about his defeat at Painesville and Columbus. The old adage, "It's the truth that hurts," is very much in evidence at the present time. Senator Alexan der did not spare certain me...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 July 1899

355f3"' " m THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hurler Fred W. Gayer Editors and Hir,ijer. Kr H. Da Uk. OOUET, SIgr. AdTertlilng Dpt TUBI.IBHXD ST THK AKRON DEMOOKAT COMPANY ornos Democrat Block, Nos. US and W Main t. LONG DISTAMOT THOSE 1W. OJTICEKS ASD DIBXOTOM. ., m TivmV.WkiH Vice-President.. JTOSBlUCJlfc .. .. ...-" " " ".. IFeid W. Gatxr ,& x rAiuft Treasurer "JZZnrZZWlli-lAii T. Sawtsb EDW. 8. HAKTEB JHO.MONAMABA ED. II. Dl iiA UOUBT. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall J2.K) - - - JLS for Six Muntlu Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL KO. 180. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 It is announced that "uuless the President's plans change" Secretary Alr?erwill resign in January. The people have learned not to put too much faith in the stability of the President's plans. Tkeiu: was laughter in the Repub- lican convention of Kentucky sever al davs aero -when the Anti-Trust re...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 July 1899

'&& jzrr?"; ' K I! FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good two-horse horizontal engine, in good condition. Write to W.J. Swisher, Wadsn orth. O. T7-7& FOR SALE Xo 122-124 Bare st. barn, -(veil, cistern, two pood houses nt n great bargain two 6-room houses m Hare st., only ft"" each; three lots t a bargain; new bou-e en Raymond st., with furnace, only 11,130; new house on Snyder t., only 11.000; Xo. 115 KUng st. at a sacrifice; bargains in all parts of the city. Call and see them. Money loaned. Tel. 516. G. V. GRIDLEV, 4S Central Bldg. (D Cool on! Hill (D FOR SALE Fine oak. upright, folding bed; 2 walnut bedsteads, 2 lounge. 1 marble-top wash stand, 1 walnut wnu stand. 1 child's bed. This second-hand furniture Is in good condition and will be sold cheap If sold at once. Inquire at Xo. 551 J. Buchiclnve. Lone Lake Park lias no competitor for comfort nnd beautiful scenery. The only resort affording a steamboat ride. T miles of romance on the canal, through Summit lake, the channel and Long...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 July 1899

-- .- "A - SB ELOPED. DECIDED HIT s HiGIxxL D tt Was Made and His $bt Our Second Gigantic July 22nd at 8 O'clock Mr. 0. A. Lockhnrr, the authorized aaent of the mills, will be here to take charge of the sale and will explain pub licly, on our floors, how these mill ends are made and how thev can be sold so cheap. Besides having lots of mill ends "we have bought out several other lines, among which is a big wash skirt bar gain. You never saw skirts at these prices before in Akron. 25c, 50c Trimmed wash skirts in chambray and crash and denim, never sold for less than 50c and $1 75c P.K crash and denim skirts, trimmed, pleated on the back, well finished seams, regular $ 1.50 $1.00 25 different cut styles in P.K. crash, duck and covert skirts, trimmed and buttons on the back $1.25, $1.50 "White P.K. also coverts and linen, P.K. have two rows of wide insertion running up and down. They were made to sell for ?3 75, $4.50 NOTE These skirts won't be on sale before Saturday morning when we a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

w" AKRON MOCRAT VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 78 AKRON, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, J ULY 20, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT KRON ELKS, Justice. Brotherly Love and Fidelity Its Motto. Men Who Have Aided In Making this Lodge DE JLL-L. JL I A JL HA TV K K V Four Corner Stones of the Benevolent and. i Protective Order Elks. How the Great Fraternal Order Was Founded, and its Noble Mission. The Phenomenal Growth of the Local Lodge It's Palatial Quarters. " Optimum r Hue umustliyito, nam cimtuctwIofacittjueundiitiMum:'' "Choose that course of life which is (he most excellent, ami custom will render it the most delightful." Pythagoras. Two years ago three citizens of Akron felt vibrating in their hearts that predominant note of the wml-octavc Charity. They must choose a course or life which would qualify them bent for promoting the good of others. In united effort the pursuit seemed noblest. So F. S. Ehlen, C. U. Suodgrass and II. S. App applied forndmissiou into the Beiie oleiit and Protective Order of Elks of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

ELKS" FAIR. Magnificent Display Made Akrons Business Men. by Midway Is Filled With Interesting Wonderful Freaks and Exhibits. and Dazzling Effect Produced by Brilliantly Illuminated Arch and the Fireworks. German Village Has Numerous Attractions Great Search Light Achille Phillion's Act, Illustrative of the potency of con centrated and continued efforts in the achievement of success is the Elkb' Street fair, which was formally opened to the public at 1 Monday afternoon. After months of industrious prep aration, a large outlay of money, ex tensive labors und dilligcnt search for pleasing attractions, the aggre gated collections of novel, entertain ing and instructive features assem bled on the fair grounds, together with the merchants' and business men's displays in the booths on Ex hibit street, constitutes a wierd and lively little city, whose appearance is very gratifying to the Elks and cannot fail to interest and please the thousands who will visit the fair. In their efforts to ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

K rv K A w WORK Of the Committees Resulted in the Fair's Great Success. The Members Have Been Energetic. Every Detail of Exhibition Is Complete. Citizens Enjoy Fruit of Their Labor. Names of the Members of Various Committees. Much of tin' snceess wh ieh. marks the Elk-' Strict Fair and Carnival is due to the euergetie w ork of the members of the different commit tees. Eer since their appointment the committee- have been untiring; in their efforts to make every detail of the great "-how complete. That they have succeeded goes without saying. The splendid ex hibition, which has been enjoyed by thousands of citizens of Akron and Ohio, tcllh tho whole Mor.i. The member.-- of the different com mitteob follow: Executive Comnullcc. Jacob Pfeiffer. chairman: W E. Young. 1., Ij. Sif-ler, f. S Pardee and Edwin Wagner, seeietai . Transportation. .1. H. McCrum, chairman; Alfied Akeri-, Fiank Kiebegcr, K. P. Bur nett, O. C. JJaiber, .1. AI. Beck, A. N. Bliss, Gu- Burkhardt, .1. V. Chapman, Will ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

4 - inrrnTnv" jD'naaam - -- ) - THE DAILY DEMOCRAT LUXURIANT ROOM VIEWS 4!iSto8iSiS Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gtyer Editors and M&nigert. Ed H. DB LA Court, II gr. XdTerUilnf Dpt y PUBLISHED IT THE AKRON UEMOOBAT COMPANY Home Akron Elks, Finest Lodge and Club Rooms In Siate. This is Old Sol's busy season and wc are meeting him half-way with some cold facts for HOT WEATHER. The 5ss?i -&&& jt -t.Ssa; oFriOK Drnociat Block, Nos. 133 and 127 Main -! i.o-'J tiisTAor pnosr 190. OfFICKK lD DIKECTORR 'ivakli-nl Jajiei" V W k.i-H Hfe V K-e-l'n-ililot A. 1 !!- r-cretnr Fbeii W . k- Tr-usuier WiLllA)iT.'i(H' KllV. H. IlAKIBH J0. MC M. K KD. II. I'R li CflDRT Entered Rt the I'ostofllcft at Akrun. Ulil" .cond-C!a.-s Matl MottT. CLUB B n H a i v Bsfmmreimasaa f&bUXasSWsTvSf: f&gg&S&K ' i"J" . i.i'd.MC i' H." '. - JC.iZ(CsJiftrrfV sx-aHi - wm i IK-llrtrod Kry ETtmlug uy Carrl-i Km ' 5 CENTS A WEEK H Mall ii.S - - - JlJitorH S..nt!i. Official Paper of the City of Akron....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

K MERCHANTS And Manufacturers Display Thoir Wares Very Attractively. Exhibits Are the Admiration of All1 the Visitors. 1S4S and the present building now occupied. The miniatures are trans parencies, being beautifully illum inated in the evening. A full line of made garments for gentlemen and children is the magnum display. It is certainly one of the wonders of the present day that such gar ments can be sold at such prices. The- aie very neath arranged, and even- here and there enlivened by an assortment of nobb neckwear. An Unsurpassed Array of All That Is and Ornamental. Useful The Democrat Gives Brief Descriptions o the Various Exhibits. All s. Zimi3mSKm2c Deputy City Clerk AW A. DUltAND. A complete detailed description of the many exhibits by merchants and manufacturers at the Elks Fair follows: :r. o'XEiii & co. Occupying the largest pavilion upon the grounds and most cen trally located is the mammoth dis play of M. O'Neil & Co. The reputation of this firm is far-spreadi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

K I- ELKS' FAIR. Continued Fiuin Tlunl Page. ess indicative of .upetb skill in the nrtii. H" was vigorously applauded i of 62 costumes, requiring 10 big- the- 'atrical trunk, to transport them. Her dance is on of the most inter esting of any on the Midway, being full of merit and introdiieintr xime tartling surprise. Camels. miimjBBW maim wwj lif llt.i l'llvr .riVl'1 fPll f.flllriJllf.O ' , Tli' riditijrranipN mi ih'Mruvt!?or ortlLipyn.techni.-display ita-nn .- lmia .ui(,r "o mm ( ,.HoJj tatic inspiration to all Jm ilii.-ei j Moses-" ami "Lilian Ku.'ll." while it. Mr. 1'hilion'- act will b" a gte.il ' tlt- jlephant. ar- known as '.!. lavorite wish tln (lii'Uniiil ho '',llt' "Pabf." a is.it the fair. Streets ol India. The Streets ol India yit- -vy popular Tuesday evening, with their elephants, camel, donkey, magic ians, acrobat.. Arab-:. Hindoos and fakirs. Haan Hen Ali'. troupe of Arab ian aciobat do some of the bet tumbling acts ever exhibited to the ptiMic. TIic concluding feature...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 July 1899

K MERCHANTS. Continui'd From FiHIi I'ago. purchased article." of all kituK and U-xription all at five ami ten cent": How a firm a.i -ell at Mich prices ib a uiy-ter' . vet it d'jes not interfere with the public buying, as past experience has teste! the merit of the goods old There are many articles of small size needed in a household which can alone be purchased at this store. It is a conglomeration of bargains. AKKOV BAKEKY CO. The Akron Bakery Co. is one of the main stays of Akron, and justly so. Its line of breads, home made cakes, plain, fancy, machine made, and sweet crackers, is un surpassed anywhere. Particular at tention is given by this firm to its bread, and as a specialty this article of food has now come into univer sal use. The variety of cakes and crackers manufactured is marvel lous, but only equal to the demand, which is enormous. A good bread and a good cake reaches man as nothing else will. This is why the Akron Bakery Co. is so pros perous. TAYI-OK'S DRY GOODS STO...

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