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Akron Evening Times from Akron, Ohio • Page 13

Akron Evening Times from Akron, Ohio • Page 13

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AKRON EVENING TIMES PAGE THIRTEEN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1919. i omorrow Woman Billy Loose Old- Sunday" Arrives; Shell Time Gospel Against Devil i 'm a On rthe 6th of November, in 614, Omar 1., the second caliph after Mahomet, was (lssns.lniited. He carried forward tho new Mahometan religion with great cuccesR; 36.000 towns and villages fell to his sword, and the Alexandrian library and hosts of Christian churches were te- troyed. Four hundred mosques were built by Omar and the ancient canal between the Nile and the Ked Sea was restored. In 1622. on tho 6th of November, King James issued an extraordinary edict prohibiting "interloping and im in to of a Old-fashioned gospel, administered lollypops or sugar-coated pills, will be preached at the Akron Armory, Nov. 9 to 17. Mrs. Aimee Semple McPherson, famous "Woman Billy Sunday" has come to convert Akron. McPherson- predicts that Akron will have a "bonfire "People are hungry for the old-fashioned doctrines. That is proved by the hundreds who throng to the altar when it is preached. "War has, and unrefreshed, with a dull, heavy head, often amounting to headache, to feel low-spirited and "blue" are symptoms of self-poisoning by food poisons, notneu-tralized or eliminated by bowels, liver and made people more earnest The world has been sobered and men and women are, ready to receive the' the evangelist told an Evening Times reporter today. Mrs. McPherson came to Akron yesterday from Holdredge, where she- held revival services ttt- tenaea oy the people irom is states. During the last 11 years Mrs. Mc Pherson has held revival services i not only all over the United States but in Canada, England and China. When 17 years old she was converted lr figfiSLLnn. kidneys acting in harmony. Mfra lismm: BeechamVP r- .1 by an evangelist whom she later married. Since- that time she has preached with signal success in every state in the union but refuses to give any estimate of the number of converts she has made, preferring to help to remove the cause of this trouble. ly and safely, but also let the "roll-call" be kept "up-there" as she puts it-. Drives Across Continent. 1 Last fall Mrs. McPherson drove her own car from New York to Los An geles, her home, stopping along the to preach to soldiers in canton- jnents and farmhands in country and distributing tracts. Mrs. Mc-herson is accompanied on this trip her mother, Mrs. Minnie Kennedy. Sold hj druggists throughout tho world. In boxes 10c.t 5c. iwiwwuiiii- lliiliuilli I in ii Bfty I. in 7 Potatoes and Apples Will have a car load soon of Michigan potatoes' and Northern Spy 'apples in Cuyahoga Palls. Watch for notice in this paper of car arriving. Lowest prices. J. A. CAMPBELL. Stand by the Merchants Who Stand by You I I .11 11 er son, Koir, ana aaugnter, KODerta, in. Los Angeles. Special attention will bo directed igainst liquor, dancing and kindred rfvils in Akron, Mrs. McPherson says. She does not agree with the modern church practice of introducing movies, dance halls and billiard tables Into religion. "How many dances does it take to savo a soul?" she asks. Look Out, Mephisto. Theatres, dance halls, cabarets. flirting, immodest dress and lonliness are listed by Mrs. McPherson as the Ichief evils to be found in the modern 'city. Mrs. McPherson will open her cam paign at the Pentecostal church, 20 E. Cedar at 2:45 this afternoon. Evening services at 7:45 and after noon services at 2:45 will continue this week at the Pentecostal church. On Nov. 9, Mrs. McPherson will begin speaking at the armory. The seat ing capacity of the armory was one of the reasons which brot her to Akron. It makes little difference in what city she speaks if an audito rium large enough to contain her audiences can be found because people from cities thousands of miles distant come to hear her. Mrs. McPher. on is an independent evangelist, but comes to Akron under the auspices of the Pentecostal hurch of which Rev. C. A. McKlnney is pastor. II I 9 9 'vl III your home town a better place in which to live. Trade with the following reliable grocers. They are a part of this AIMEE SEMPLE MsPHERSON, EVANGELIST, Wise Buyers Will Purchase Their Christmas Presents Now: BEAUTY CHATS BV KDNA KEKT (OIUSES. trading Eng- On the 6th of November, in 1JS3, the first of the British "Orders in during the Napoleonic wars went into effect. The orders were establish a blockade against France by holding up the commerce neutral nations. British warships were to stop all -ships laden with supplies for France or for Frenc.e colonies and bring them into an English port for trial before an admiralty court. The effect of this arbitrary blockade was to nearly destroy American foreign commerce. On the 6th of November, in 1917. the state of New York at a general election adopted' Woman suffrage by vote of 646.0110 to r.55.000. the morninff tired 1 hey act gent very erfa-ciently. BUI a in is a Piatiibt Violinist Cellist Baritone Soprano disorderly land' 1 ins "It in doubt got her a (liainoiul. the always safe policy. HOOD'S JEWELERS OPTICIANS 33 SO. MAIN ST. METROPOLITAN BLG Dressmaker Gives Advice "I underwent n. surftlual operation tor grail stonis 5 years ago, was the hoiipitai. 4 weoks. For 1 year I Telt better, lint then my old rymp-tomB and pains returned, and I have suffered ever Bince. Four 9go onthe ndvieo of a lady I tried Slayr's Wonderful lleinedy, and I now feel like a new woman. 1 have number of friends who suffer as did and I am advising all to try this valuable medicine." it Is a simple, harmles3 preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One doso will convince-or money refund ed. Hay Drug Co. 11 stores end drug gists everywhere. Medical Book sent free. The fecllngr of depression preceed- Ina; a Cold, Is duo to a eheck In Jhe circulation of tho blood; tho prompt use of "Seventy-seven" restores the circulation; sends the blood coursing through tho veins and breaks up the Cold. "Seventy-seven" also breaks up hard stubborn Colds that hung on, that have not yielded 'to other treat ment. At all Drug and Country Stores. Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine 154 William Street, Xcw York. merchants. Those who standard brands and give full value should have your patronage because, by their taxes and their efforts, they make llumilion Groi Center Locust E. L. llane, 423 Huwc t. Kane Evans, 423 Htwe st. IS. H. Honscom, 806 W. 'Market Harkins Harkins, 487 S. Arlington J. H. Harmon, 597 Upson st. D. B. Hartford, 212 Talmadi; ave. Chas. Harts. 719 Miami st. I. J. Hartz, 192 W. South st. Thomas Hicks, 1036 Jefferson A. F. Hoffman. 1401 E. Market' W. H. Hubbell. 396 S. Maple st. Hall Bowers, No. Brittain rd. C. H. Humphreys, 523 Sumner st. Independent Tea 16 Bartges st. S. I. Kaufman, 1822 E. Market st. Killinger 1005 S. Main st. John Klein, S09 S. Main st J. Kohler, 131 E. Cuyahoga Falls ave. Koster Co. Stovo Koval, 609 S. Arlington st. Chas. Kraft, Sam'l. Kreiselman, 139 E. South st. The Kunkle Co, 15 E. Cuyahoga Falls ave. R. Kushkin, 917 E. Buohtel P. Lttbovitz, 986 5th st. L. Lazarus, 733 Johnston st. E. M. Leach, 331 N. Howard st. Louis Leffier, 552 Sherman st. Frank Linton, 351 W. Market at. 1. J. McAleese, 851 Grant St. McClurg Rice, 124 E. Market st. McDonald W. Thornton W. C. McUlnley, 94 W. Market st Main St Provision Co, H. Margolls, 862 Johnstoj st Marquardt N. Howard St. Mars B. C. HicJtley, 1337 S. Main John Milford. .1207 S. Main F. 506 S. Arlington. E. D. Hlttio Slodel Food Stores Co, 863 W. Ex change st. More o. 1. McLedar Jenior, 440 Grant St. R. J. Morris, 820 N. Howard st. F. Mott 88 Broad st. Mutual Bros. Cash Groc, W. Ex change Locust George Neal, 993 S. Main st. F. J. C. Nelson, C43 E. Exchange st. Wm. Nold. 606 S. Main Chas. O'Nell. E43 Dayton Osborne Gaines, 74 Blttman St. F. D. Ott, 310 S. Arlington st. Papp Groc Co, 651 S. Main E. D. Pardee Son, Bowery Center II. R. Parker, 719 S. Arlington st R. F. Pemherton, 165 E. Thornton St. Peoples Groc, Prov. Co, 109 Frank st. D. A Purts. 808 Coburn K. J. Quigley D. Rufulovllz, Cor. 6th A Talbot B. Recht, C10 Washington C. W. Reeves John Relnecke, W. Cedar C. It. Replogle, 1426 Rpraguo C. A. Rice, 844 Carroll D. F. Richards, 2S6 Perkins B. Ridley, 1314 Curtis ave. M. Rothman, W. Thornton st Geo. C. Roush, 623 W. Thornton st. E. R. Howland. 458 Wooster ave. P. Salchak, 1198 1st ave. C. Sanders, H. Main St. If. Salem, 393 8. Maple Schecter A Rosenblum, Merrlman st I I i npRUE ECONOMY consists in getting full value. Any article which gives full value without premiums, needs no premiums to sell it. The same principle applies to AKRON, OHIO O. U. Aokerman, Wabash It Chestnut ts. Acme Cash Stores Bacon Emerson J. G. Authenreitli, 1058 Cella nve. Win. Axel CI. Bell, 1511 Kuglewuod C. L. Bullou Son, 105S Celia nve. Geo. Bei'hter, S83 Kliuff st. liv-clc Sons. H. J. Becker. 354 Wooster ave. Beekwith Downing. 369 Howe st. Albert Blechlln. 401 Grant st. Dis-hop Chamberlain, 517 N. Howard L. piura, IL'34 E. Market st. Beck SIS SS. Maple nve. Buwen Bierbaum, Manohester, Ril. Britseh Richards, 415 Wooster nve. Brown 645 Bowery st. Buckeye Cash Grocery. Forge Arch sts. Budweiser, 4S3 Bown st. A. Callow, 631 Sherman St. L. Chamberlain, 547 Howard St. L. J. Claflin. 780 S. Maple St. I. Clar, 232 W. Miller ave. Coughlan 1136 S. Main. Crawford 42 K. Market V. A. Cunen, 284' W. Exchange Daneman EftelnofT, S. Main st. H. I. Davidson, 302 Pioneer st. D. H. Davis, City Market Doratany Havant, J195 S. Main H. A. Dewey, 1278 E. Market Dlehm-Long N. Howard st. R. Dillinger, 396 S. Maple St. X. Ii. Dlsler, 330 E. Exchange Chas. Donncr, Forge Arch sts. M. S. Downs. 1822 E. Market T. H. Doyle, W. Exchange Locust G. R. Durham, 668 Wooster avc. East South Street 350 E. South 1 st. C. G. Eckard, 187 S. Arlington Eller Bros. Esposlto Bros. J. B. Everly, 709 Upson st. A. X. Farrand, 143 W. Market st. A. Federhar, 018 Johnson St. C. W. Ferrcll, Welton Bulger sts. jr. Finkelsteln, Brittaln st. Fisher Lichter, 1450 W. Market st. U. E. Firestone, 467 E. Exchanga V. R. Fletcher, 080 Bell St. E. Flicltlnger, 413 N. Market st. It. V. Flournoy, Masslllon rd. W. Market st. F. D. Foote, 212 Talmadge st. C. J. Fornecker, 268 E. Exchange. II. K. Korslev, 801 Upson St. Fouse Dlle, 235 Glenwood avc. Funk Brothers, 225 E. Center St. O. V. Funk, -249 Splccr, No. 1. O. W. Funk, 300 E. Exchange, No. 2. 0. V. Funk, N. Forge st. store No. 3. T. A. Ganilee, 163 Ira a.vo. Fred H. Gormnn. Rhodes Chestnut D. George, 1105 S. Main 1. George It. a. Gigger, 1589 Englewood lx)Uls Gilbert, 750 Bell St. filbert Eller Son. 226 E. Mill. Tho Glntzler Co, 422 E. Market B. Gwen, 543 Vf. Thornton Mrs. R. C. 01i4sner, J61 Johnson st. 1. p. Goodyear, 8 Collego st. nreoley Davles, 1727 E. Market St. M. Grossman, 26 Grlttnln rd. f. Grubcr, 422 Knherts Hacklns, 361 Wooster nve. Ilagelbarger Rupert, 519 W. Ex. ihanga S. Hambly, "75 Grant St. We now have 'a first class Chiropody office attended to by a Chicago Expert, Dr. Ernest E. Steinhouse. Best Scientific Methods are applied and a full line of Pedic Appliances always on hand. Lanie Beauty Parlors 16 E. Mill St. Fop Hollow Shoulders. There are two ways of filling out hollow shoulders. One might be called an internal treatment, the other external; and, as usual, the internal treatment is' the more effective. The internal treatment, as you have probably already guessed, is to HEARTBURN Caused by Tbtt bitter heartburn, belching, food-repeating. (Dfligebtion. bloat sfter eating-all are cauflod by acid-Rtomteh. But they are only firtt ymptomr anger signals to warn you ol awful troubles il not stopped. Headacne. biliousness, rheumatism, sciaticas that tire'd, listless feeling, lack of energy, dizziness. Insomnia, even cancer and ulcers of tbe Intestines and snany other ailments are traceable to ACID-STOMACH. Thousands yea, millions of people wbo engbtto be well and strong are mere weaklings because of acid-stomach. Tbey really starve In the midrt of plenty because they do not get enough itrength and vitality Irom me food iney eat. Take EATON 10 and Rive yonr stomach a chance to do Its work rurut. Make it rool, sweet and comfortable. KATOMO brings oaick relief for boartburn, bolchiog, IndiRestion and other stomach miseiks Im- roves digestion help you get full strength rom your food. Thousands say EATON 10 Ja the most wondcrlul stomach remedy In ltbe world. Brought Ihem relief when every tblngelFe failHl. Our best testimonial Is what EATON TO will do lor you. So get a bin boa ol EATON (0 today from your druggist, use ft fivs days If you're not pleased, return It and get your anouey back. ATONIC ZEMO STOPS ITCHING, BURNING ECZEMA A CLEAN ANTISEPTIC LIQUID The very first application of clean, liquid ZEMO stops itching and burning skin. Eczema ard most forms of Itching and disfiguring skin troubles usually start to heal, and in short time yield to this soothing, antiseptic wash. If you have used many salves and preasy lotions, try one 35c trial size, or Attra large bottle ot ZEMO for 91.00, anU see the difference between a smear and a clean, efficient and economical treatment for your a'cin. ZEMO SOAP is healing and should be used Tilth ZEMO in aggravated cases. The E. W. Rose Cleveland, 0. Boys' and, Girls' Acid-Stomach take 'daily deep -breathing exercises. Tho best time to do this is aa soon as you gut up. for then your room will be filWHl with fresh atr and your windows will already be open. Fill ing the lungs with fresh air stirs up the fllUKKish circulation-, makes your eyes bright, and makes you feel fit to begin the day's work. Il is quite worth tho price of getting up ten or fifteen minutes earlier. Roll yourself up in some loose warm robe and stand at the window. Inflate the lungs slowly with air, raising the arms In front of you as you do so, until you hold them directly over tho head. Or starting with the arms outstretched in front of 'you, extend them sideways on a level with the shoulder and as far-back as you can stretch them. Or else, starting-as before with the htotds in front of you, draw back the arms until they" are in hpeosition shown by the girl in the picture. Always inhale slowly and fill th lower as well as the upper part of the lungs. The external treatment is quite simple. Holcf hot wet cloths over the shoulders and chest until tho skin Is red and the pores are open. Then massage In a quantity of warm cocoa butler. This is very nourishing and very good for filling out hollows, but it is too heavy to use on the delicate texture of tho complexion. Siitwnkes" The lnly 62 years old should wcivh 160 pounds and the lady years old should weirh 112 pounds. O. Tbu aro richt In sarin thst sho am oim of the most Important nrtirlcs of ciothtnr. A pair of shabby si iocs will ioil the most pffctivo contunw. Talks nn footwpfir appear Irom time to time in this rolumn, Button shewn ura roturiiinjr Tnfa riallr nWo hreathln rwclutm. to lnhlon Renin. Tliry are derirr but not always aa sstuu.iriorgr aa lacs shoes. D. The mott effective treatment for nits In the hnir la kerowne followed by a shampoo and a thoro soaking of the scalp win vnirifiir, Good Health to You Dr. Carter's K. B. Tea Costs but Littls and You Can Make a Whol Lot from One Package. More people are drinking Dr. Carter's K. B. Tea than ever before. because they have found that In these days of high prices some ot the sim plest remedies are best. tlet a packsye of this purely vegetable tea. Everyono In tho family will like It, because It only takes a few days for thorn to find out that l'or liver, stomach and bowels and to purify tho blood there Is nothing surer, safer Or better. l'lm ply skin mid sallow complexion vanish after a few cups, ond the Itttle tots lust love it and should always have It, especially when out of sorts and Adv. SCHOOL SHOES Uclmelder Van Delta. ISO E. South st. Schwartz 1105 S. Main Mrs. D. Schwartz, Cor. Voris Miami i Seobey's Groc, E. Akron Mkt House Mrs. V. Seidel. 453 Sherman st. W. E. Selden. 776 S. Arlington H. H. Shapiro. 1079 S. Main-' R. A'. Shaw, 361 S. Maple Jos. P. Cheruondy, 675 Wooster ave. Simide Bros, 402 Fuller st. L. E. Smith. 229 E. Exchange st. Snyder Grocery Co, 393 S. Main Mrs. Laza Solarova, 1178 Irwin st. R. E. Spade, 83 W. Exchange A. J. StelzerT 619 X. Howard J. B. Stener. 606 Sumner st Edw L. Stevens, 577 S. Arlington S. D. Stiener. 70 Bittman st 'J. Kimervitz. 23 Kenvon st. John Thomas. 950 Johnson Thomas Keifer, 455 Howe si. F. H. Tomes, 26 X. Forge A. Tot h. 1134 Pondview H. C. Uhl, 15 Miller ave. Bros, National Groc. J. W. Valentine, 353 E. South C. E. Vijn Horn, 118 E. Thornton St. John T. Vaughan, 151 Bartges st Vogt Groc. Co, C. Adams st. I. H. AVagoner. 25 W. Summit Wagoner Cornmesser, Forge Arch H. 76 W. Thorton Watung Hocktnan, 201 Brittain rd. Weaver Higgs, 341 WrJMarket st Chas. L. Wilcox, Central Market C. L. Wiseman, 41 Adams st. S. Wohl nlshner Kaufman. 1822 E. Market L.Wolf, 862 Johnson St. L. Wolf. W. Exchange Locust At. D. Wolf, 862 Johnson st S. G. Woznlak. 1283 5th ave. H. Zollinger, 058 Main st J. Zieglcr M. Zimmerman J. A. Zinn Co, 827 BARBERTON, OHIO W. Ht Bowers H. R. Brady J. H. Derhammer Flickingcr Bros. Frederick Grocery Novelty C. A. R. Kelster A. Ling C. D. McKee i Son R. Marker National Grocery Co. L. M. Painter B. Recht M. Recht Sam Rogow W. G. Schmalc Wm. Wagner Richard Wasson KENMORE, OHIO. Allen St Schlegal Boston A Son W. J. Walters A. L. Glndlesbcrger LAWNDALE, OHIO. R. E. Kirkpatrlck Lawndaly Supply Co. R. J. Scott Smith Williams CUYAHOGA FALLS, OHIO H. H. Dyer F. C. Hall C. Hurd B. L. Muggy II. Parkin ft Co. E. 8. Wctmore mm 1be Musk League of Akron -EVERY SUNDAY AT TIIKEE" UNDAY POPULAL CONCERTS A SERIES OF SEVEX The Great Artists of the Day Always a Program for Everybody SEVEN CONCERTS Cif SEVEN CNERTS RESERVED elV RESERVED Huilt for real hard wear that boy and girls give their shoM, yet they have the style that is sure to please the youngsters. Great Values at $0.50 Nov. SKlKiKI KACHMAXIXOFF Xov. )IlN 'S ELIJAH" Doc 2l HAKNDKfi'8 "MESSIAH" Jan. II MAUD I'OWKLL l-b. 15 PAULO CASALS 7 AKTI1UK MIDDLETOX Mar. 21 GAKUISOX It So. Howard St. SEASON TICKETS OX SALE XOW League Office Akrori Armory

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