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A'llItON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THUBSDAY. DECEMBER 21
Hustling To Ralso Tax Money Only
Inla.ni, Dee. 10. The Evangel
leal nnd the United Evangelical
churches nia making arrangements
for Christmas entertainments.
John Foltz, Glint. Gougler nnd
Monroe Gougler are having timber
sawed preparatory to erecting now
wind mills on their farms.
Miss Sarah Beam has boon on the
sick list. Sho.lt Improving.
Johnnie Koontz died Sunday night.
Mrs. John Stake has been very
sick the past few days.
Frank Carman's burled thoir only
child last week.
Glint. Fasnacht has, removed to
tho Isaac Cramer farm near Myers
ltepresentatlves of the American
Book Company and of Qinn & Co.
were here last week making an ef
fort to get their text books Into tho
new High" school.,
Alpheus Schrantz has a Jol of
brick laying nt JJotzum.
Tho Inland Dramatic club will
Slay "Tho Girl from Klondike" at
r. O. V. M. hall Deo. 80.
The Greentown elevator Is taking
In considerable wheat just now. Tax
paying time always makes farmers
liustlo. Tho telephone- line to Green
town Ib comploted.
Myers & Foster, operators of the
now coal mine on tho Jacob Boottlcr
farm nro selling all they can mine.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will provo a
quick and suro cure for croup.
Mothers, when your children are
attaoked with that dreadful disease,
you can depend on this marvelous
remedy. It never falls to euro nt
once. Price 25c. 21
Preparations Made For Wedding
Respected Resident Dead.
Stow, Dec. 18 E. O. Nowton spon
Sunday in Akron.
Extensive preparations arebolng
inuue ior mo uarry Williamson
Ruth Gaylord wedding to take place
Wednesday evening. Rev. (Jium
will perform tho ceremony which
will take place at tho home of W.
W. Wotinore. Over 100 invitations
have boon sent out. Mr. and Mrs.
Williamson wllliesldo In Cleveland.
t Charles Evans of cast of Kent,
will remove to the Sweeney farm.
fnrmarlv nnnnnlml hv Mr. llnlpi. Iim
having removed to Kent some time
ago, where ho is now employed in
one of the shops.
Thi Sunday school of this ilace
will glvri nn outortatnment S.iturday
evening in luociiiticn. A cnuii' com
posed of the pest singers in tho
school nnd a solo by Arthur Wet
more will he features of the occaMou.
Homer "Williamson and Alice
Nlckerson wero in Akron Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Wetmore left Wednes
day night for Keokuk, la., where she
intends to Bpend tho winter, return
ing in the spring.
Newman Chamberlain of this
place, died Thursday nlcht at one
o'clock. Sometime ago Mr. Cham-
Deriain naa a cancer removed irom.
his side. This seemed to nut him on
the road to recovery. Ho contracted
a .cold, which ran into a
fever and -proved vfatal. Ho was a
. well-to-do man, and-, a- devoted
church member. A wife and one son
survive him. Funeral was h Id from
the house at 1 o'olock Mondn v. Rev.
Crum officiating. Tin: Kid.
A SURE CURE FOR CROUP.
Twenty-five Yean' Constant Ute Without a
Tho first Indication of cioup Is
hoarseness, and in a child subject to
that disease It may bo takon as a
sure sign of the approach of an at
taok. Following this hoarseness Is
a peculiar rough cgugli. If Cham
berlain's Cough Bemody is given as
soon as the child becomes hoauo, or
even after the croupy cough appears,
it will prevent the attack. It is used
In many thousands of homes in this
broad land nnd never disappoints the
anxious mothers. We havo yet to
learn a single lnstanre in which It
has not proved effectual. No other
preparation can show such a record
twenty-five years' constant use
without a failure. For sale by all
druggists. E; Stelnbaoher & Co.,
Thomas Bird, eldest son of Geo,
Bird, is Berlously ill with hem
orrhage of the lungs. Dr. Sponcer
Doylestown Is the attending phy
slciau. Mr. und Mrs. Frank. Montgomery
of Clark's Mill spent Sunday with
Mr. nnd frs. Perry Ware.
The High church Sunday school
will havo a Christmas tree on Satur
day night, Deo. 23.
Rev. Etter of Wndsworth occupied
the pulpit of the High ohurcli on
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Swain spent
Saturday and Sunday in Akron the
guests of Mrs. Aaron Teeple.
Mra.AdamHackenborg has been in
Akron tho past two weelcs hoping to
regain her Health.
Charley liaugnmau lias bad a vory
sick horse the past week.
Miss Carlson of Barberton spent
the past few days with Miss Clara
TO CURE LA GRIPPE IN TWO DAYS
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
if It falls to oure. E. W. Grove's
signature Is on eaoh box. 25c. 2
Several of tho old friends and
nelgebors from this place attended
the funeral of Samuel Kulp in
The children and grandchildren of
Mrs, James Stuver celebrated her
65th birthday on Sunday at her
There will be an ontortainmont at
the Reform church Christmas even
ing. A tree with other appropriate
E. P. Laubach will havo a wind
power mill placed on his barn In the
James Trowbridge and Ira Mease
of. Akron, were hunting quail in this
vicinity. Ask James what luck he
hadi and If he ever got skunked and
how deep tho mud Is in tho Itelmer
swamp? Jft clnlnn, he did see a bird,
but Just as ho was going to shoot the
ice gave way under his feet and he
missed tho mark. Benson.
Butchering Is tho older of the day.
Fine porkers are being slaughtered.
Tho iialoons must bo doing n thriv
ing business, Judging from tho stag
gering victims seen on our streets of
Jacob Klmo, Emanuel Keller,
Mrs. Foltz nnd old Mother Dally aro
Mrs. Oloo Baber and hor sister,
Minnie Dally, have returned homo
from their visit west.
If Old Rurnor is correbt there is a
wedding on deck for Christmas.
The Reformed Sunday sohool will
render a Christmas service, entitled
"Christmas Ships," on Saturday
ovonlng, Dec. 23.
Tho Literary Is still In full blast.
Tho Juniors had thoir debato Friday
Or. Bull's Cough Syrup Cures any
t.9v w MtuiHilJlUB, JUUg iiuetuuu UUU
grfnpo. Physicians prescribe this
1-aUnMn wn....l. .....I . 1 .....!...
commend it; because it never falls to
cure, and costs but 25 cents a bottlo.
Mr. Frederlok, who has boon su
perintending tho construction and
erection of dlgestors at Watervllle,
Maine, for the McNeil Boiler works,
returned home Thursday, after an
absence of five months.
A now furnace was plncod iti tho
collar of tho school house recently,
by May & Flobcgor, of Akron. It
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mohlor, of
Sherman, 0., spont Sunday with D.
The eclipse of tho moon Saturday
night was plainly visible. It was
witnessed by many.
Catarrh Cannot bo Cured
Kith MOAT. APPLICATIONS u they can
not rc-urh tho sent of tlio fllswisn. Ciiturih
Is ft blood or constitutional illscaso, mid In
ontor to emu It ou must tako Internal
remedies. Unit's Catarrh Core Is tukon
tDtornnltv. n1 nets ulr.eUy on tliu blood
and mucous jnrfaots, Unll's Cnurrlulura
Is not n quack medicine. It was presorlbcd
b mis of ihs lM iihjrtlrUnslh this ooun
try fo r oars. nr.di lis regular prescription.
It Is cuiup'-SAd. of the teit tonics known,
onmblnod with the best blood purifiers, not
lngdirectlv on the mucous surtneos. The
perfoct combination ot the tno Ingredients
uvlintprodutoMsucL-wondorful results In
curing Catarrh, bend Ior testimonials, freo.
F. .1. CUENJCYtf CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
8olrt by clrui(glts. prlcoTCc.
Hall's Family Pills nro the best,
The pupils of tho Tallmadgo High
school will give nn entertainment in
tho Town hall, Friday evening, Dec.
22. An excellent program Is being
propaied, and as the admission fen Is
only 10 cents, it is hoped that a large
number will attend.
Rev. Scott admitted eight persons
to the M. E. church on probation
Mrs. Xi. Thomas' little son fell oft
his sled Saturday, receiving a large
cut under bis chin. He Is getting
A freight engine and tender jump
ed tho track In front of the depot
A ti amp found a warm place to
sleep in the High sohool Thursday
night. Ho fired the furnace to keep
warm, but woke up and got out be
fore the janitor arrived In the morn
ing. Nothing was missing.
Ralph Williamson, of Bedford, and
Edith Williamson, of Barberton,
spent Sunday here with their moth
er. J. Young and wife, of, Columbus,
will spend Christmas bore with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Younir. ' "
Albert Wnltsrs and Clara Dan nor
spent Sunday in Cuyahoga Falls
with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards. While
coming home the buggy dropped in
to a deep rut, breaking two springs.
Now on sale va C, A. & O. Ry. to
tho south and southwest. For tlok
etsnnd full information see C. D.
Ilouodle, railroad and steamship
agent, Union dopot,
Next Time You Go o Now York
Tfy thd new C.A.&G. Pennsylvania
lines train, leaying Akron 2:27 p.m.,
dally, reaohlng Pittsburgh 6:40 p.m.,
Philadelphia 4:45 a.m., and Now
York 7:0. Pullman sleeper. Hud
son to New York without change,
supper served In diner leaving Pitts
burgh. For full information, sleep
ing car space, etc., call on O. D. Ho
nodle, ticket agent, Union station,
Excursion Rates For the Holidays.
The Cleveland Terminal & Valley
R.R. will sell tickets Dec. 23, 24, 25,
CO and 31, 1899, and Jan. 1, 1000, at
one and one-third faro for tho round
trip. Return limit Jan, 2, 1003.
Mrs. Joseph Stlohter haB recovered
from a sovere attaok of blood poison.
William Archart haB removed to
the resldonco of Joseph Nlcodemus,
whore be expects to make his future
The new kiln at the Akron Smnk.
lng Pipe company will soon be com
The Bowers' Insulator works havo
extondod tho plant by placing In a
how vuKiuu uuu uj(y null.
It is said that a new sewer nlnn
plant is to.bo oreoto'd In the near fu
ture Piof. B.F.Rhodes, of Suflleld, is
holding singing sohool at the Log
town school house every Saturday
Tho Christmas exercises will tafcn
place Saturday evening at both
Tho danco givenby tho S.of V.camp
-rnuiiy nignc was largely attend
ed and another one is advertised for
Monday night. Good mttslo will be
furnished. G. O. P.
Oscar ChamberJIn telegraph oper
ator at Steubensvllle, O., Is 111 with
typhoid fever. His mother. Mrs.
Lizzie Ohamberltn of Krumroy, has
hnnn nt. Vtlc Tiorlofrfa ftnii.lantlt.fn in
days. Reports are not encouraging
m n uiq .ecuvery..
Mr. Norman Bitter and Miss Lucv
Moore were married Thursday even
ing nf tl,A hnM.r. t .V... u.-f.-ln' ......
onts, Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Moore.
James Hutchinson anddaughtorof
Miohlgan are visiting relatives at
One of Jed Barkqr's horses was
taken slok'while going to Hinkley.
Mrs. H. H. Fasnacht was called to
Akron by the serious illness nf Imr
Mrs. Snearse and Mrs. Penmnn
ware in Akron last Saturday.
Shubert's Mandolin ciUb gay6 n
musical entertainment at tno Jtx. (J,
T. M. hall Friday Evening,
H. H. Fasnacht and family spent
Sunday with R. J. Qummlns at Ak
There will be a dance and chicken
pie supper at the K.O.T.M, hall Fri
day ovenlng, Deo. 20, A new orches
tra will furnish music,
The funeral of Harrison Haulk
was hold iu the Lutheran church
Thursday. His pastor Rov. Latsher
assisted by Rov. Yodcr of tho M.E,
ohuroh conducted tho services. Mr.
Haulk was born In Carbon county,
Pa Jan. 7, 1817. He died Dec. 11,
1899, aged 62 years 11 months 4 days.
When Mr. Haulk was five yours old
hU parents moved to Ohio and 1893
lie moved to (Jllntou wliere he re
sided nt tho tlmo of his dentin Dec.
18, Ibii, he married MaryHousman.
In 1E8& ho and his wife Joined tho
Lutheran cluifcli, tinder the paitor
nto of Rev. J. F.'Sponseller, remain
ing n faithful member until tho end.
Mr. Haulk. leaves a wife, mother,
stepfather, flvo sisteis, ono brothor
besides numerous other telatlves
and ft' largo circle of friends who
sympathize with tho family in their
Misses Elsto and Jessie Smith wero
in iiuriicrtnn Friday.
W. H. Rlller and wife received
word Inst woefc'of tho death of their
sou Edward, who was iu tho army If
the Philippines. Theyoungman was
well duown in this vlclnltv. An en-
fort will be made to have his body
John Smith and Howard Spangler
attondod tho literary at Manohoster
Rov. W. L. Leshor supplied tho
chnrsro of Rev. J. II. Zlnn of Lee-
tonla, O., Sunday, while the latter
was preacintig a trial sermon at tit,
Paul's church of Akron.
H. F. Serfass, Chas. Oasenhtsor,
rreu ueutscn una wile, J. 1). junior,
havo all removed to Akron.
W. H. Klein, P. M., will soon bo at
Rev. Jenkins and Lloyd Weaver
spont Sunday with C. S. Spangler's.
Mrs. O. N. Church aud two chil
dren, of Canton, visited with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hous
man, the past week.
Miss Maud Bayslnger, of Akron,
spent Sunday with Miss Fannio
Miss Maggie Griffith is visiting
ncr sister, jurs. uuiunan, oi uoyios
town. Mrs. John Rasor attended the fu
neral of her stop-mothor, Mrs.
Deuoy, at Rogue's Hollow, Tuesday.
Curttss Rles was home Sunday.
Wm. Bridenstlno is improving.
Dr. E. B. Hnrper and Ed Shondel
were in Akron, Tuesday,"
F. Deutsch la in Barberton on bus
iness. Orlando Smith is absent on a vaca
tion. The Warwick Stone company is
cxblbltlnir fine samnles. It will be
of a high grade for this variety. It
win do snipped ana usoa ior Drown
The Brlmfleld Dramatic olub pre
sented the comedy drama "Diamonds
and Hearts" ton good sized audience
Norman Mauror visited friends
and relatives in Tuscarawas county
the past week.
While Frank Overholt and family
were returning from Kent ono night
last week, the bit broke in the bridle
leaving the horse free to test his
speed. He instantly dashed away
at a speed which was not to be
cheoked until he collided with a tel
ephone post. Tho buggy waa found
in countless pieces. Mrs. Overholt
nnd daughter were slightly injured.
Tile horse was captured in a neigh
The Brlmfleld district schools will
hold a school rally in the town hall
r riaay evening ueo. zz. A. line pro
cram is boinsr arranged.
Both churches of this place will
noiu tneir vjnnstmaB exerciser Sat
Wm. Osborne and wife of Kent
spent Sunday with Frank Mahoney
uuu luinuy. HIE.
Fels-Naptha soap i,. a won
der : it does what no one be
lieves beforehand : it washes
clothes by soaking a half
hour, thdn-a little rubbing: in
cold or warm water, not hot.
5d ; and the 5c back from
your grocer, if not as we say.
:Ft fl Co. makrrs,' PhUsdslphl.
Tom Corvwtu'm Month.
Tom Corwlo bad an enormous
mouth. Ho once said be bad been In
sulted by Deacon Smith. The good
bi other asked for further explana
"Well," said Corwln, '"when I stood
up In tlio lecture room to relato my
experience and I opened my mouth,
Deacon Smith roso up In front and
said, 'Will somo brother please close
that window aud keep It closed?"'
Ban Francisco Argonaut.
ADDS HER EVIDENCE.
Story Is the Same as From Other
Lots of Money Spent But no Re
turns Have Been Received.
The people In Akron willingly add
their evidence to that which has
nlrjitH. hnaii n-li-o,, In 1rm n If.
row's 'Kld-no-olds, the best remedy
iui i."n u,ui uecu sum ill uus City
for backaoho, kidney and urinary
ness. Our druggists report wonder
ful cures and state that Kld-ne-olds
are dally increasing in the opinion of
our people. Kid-ue-olds act directly
upon the didnoys and nerves nnd ro-
Bbtuu Liiuui luujuji Miiiumi conuuion.
Good kidneys make good blood, good
hl,itrl ,nlroi atmtir. via a trlJv
oids make good kidneys nnd strong
Mrs. H. R. Moore, 701 North How.
1 asl ct A Tpn i tf-An. llT 1.. ..
Milt Dl,, rtttllll, V., OtJO, -X JJIJVe
been sorely afflicted with kidney
tJntihl fir fhn nnuf a IV naftr. nn.
symptoms being kidney, backnohe,
no luiiouuoai j(7u-..c.. 01.41 uminry
disturbances und swelling of the
icoi uuu iiiiiicoi x men uoaiiy ail
the kinds of kidney pills and oures I
vanrl a limit Vvti t oiA(nf1 am I. ..-,.. .a .
from them. When I commenoed to
uikb iuonowfl jim-ue-uius X leU
better the first day, and how feel
ncnnllit rAllnniirl tt nil v- AsAt.T
I shall continue to use this grand'
Morrow's Kld-ne-olds are not pills,
but yellow tablets and sell at fifty
cents a box at all drug stores and at
John Lamparter &Co.'s drug store.
Mulled on rccolpt of price, Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co,,
cbemlstB, Springfield, Ohio,
FROM DYSPEPSIA AND STOMACH
INSTANTLY RELIEVED AND PERMANENTLY
CURED BY STUART'S DYSPEPSIA
A Now Discovery Bui Hot a Patent Medicine.
Or. Redwcll relates an interesting
account of what he considers a re
markable case of acute stomach trou
ble and chronlo dvsnensla cured hv
the uso of tho new dyscovory, Stu
art's .uyspepsia xnuiets.
He says: Tho patient was a man
Who had suffered, to my knowlcge,
for years with dyspepsia. Every
thing ho ate seemed to hour and ere
ntu gases in tlio stomach. Ho had
pains like rheumatism In tho hack,
shoulder blades nnd limbs, fulness
and distress after eating, poor appo-
H.gnuuiUB3ui ucoil j luu uuulb ue-
camo affected, causing palpitation
and sleeplessness at night.
"I gave him powerful nervo tonics
and blood romedles, but to no pur-
Eose. As an experiment I finally
ought a CO cent packngo of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablotu at n drug store
and gavo thom to him. Almost Im
mediate relief was given, and after
he had taken four boxes he was to all
appearances fully cured.
"There wos no inoio acidity or sour.
watery risings, no bloating aftor
meals, tho appetite was vigorous and
ho has gained between 10 nnd 12
pounds in weight of solid, healthy
Although Stuart's Dyspessla Tab
blets are advertised and sold in drug
stores, yet I consider them a most
vaiuaoie addition to any pnysiclan's
line of remedies, ns they nro perfect
ly harmless and can be given to chil
dren or invalids or In anv condition
of tho stomach with perfect safety.
uviuts iiuriniess ami cunuuning notn
lng but fruit and vegetable essences,
pure pepsin and Golden Seal.
uWlt.nnnfc finv ntlpAttnn thnv nrn
the safest, most effective euro for in-
uigestion, nuiousness, constipation
and all derangements of the stom
ach, howover sllirht or sovoro."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are
mado by tbo i . A. Stuart Co. of Mar
shall, Mioh., and aro sold by drug
gists evorywnero at w cents per pacK
ago. Little book on stomach diseases
mailed free. Address F. A. Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich.
The curious fact that corn, potatoes
and other plants thrive hotter when
placed in rows running north and south
has been provod by Dr. Wolloy cf Mu
nich. This reduces tho shading by each
other to a minimum, inoro uniform and
regular light, beat and mobturo result
ing. Keep yourselves up to
concoripStch by taking
10 cents $ai as ceats, at J1 4rujr stores.
Tit n n-nal- enfll e,4 -
nl.-imne, -ff Atlf-nTi, in.
-1 fAttvA r.nii kIi.H f lirnnrn
by waxen candles.
ine ugui mar netgntens
beauty's charm, that gives the
finished touch to the drawing
room or diuing room, is the
mellow glow of
Sold In all colors and shades
to harmonize with any Interior
hangings or decorations.
STANDARD OIL CO.
for laie every woere. .
CMalu.tei'i XutUk Sural Imt
Dn.ri.rt ftr CltkJUsitr KnolU ti
1 box K(Ud ttH bin 9 ribbon 1 ko
motiii iNj in sun uii uivii biiauio
UbIIjiI ft! T.Ait.- tiUttr bTHMn
mr wi -vj vnuin-v
nilhort H. TIlicanM. uhntA rr1rlanM3 ! 11 n.
known. will take notice that nn thn lytii
dnv of Deceinlier. IStta, Mnrnto i;. JUumMI
niea ner petition ngninit tne said Gilbert B.
Hueiell In tlio Court of Common l'lens or
Buramu eountyuiiio. ueing cnaso hoimws,
prHjlng for dlvorco, alimony and for reato
ration to hpr inn Id pi 1 nnmA.
The laid OllbeiCU. Hussellla renulred to
Answer thonnld petition In said nctton not
Inter than K noIu from tha 13th day of
December, iyW.ort he prajer of said petition
"fu wo K:auLruT
By Attorholr, Man In t llogera her attor
1)00 1121 23 Jun 111 H
To vacate a portion of MnldenLano
AVbereos. on tho 16th day of October, 1939.
a petition yat presented to tho council
tor the vacation of Maiden Lano
alley, from n point w bore tho southerly lines
of lot numbers tt and 11, King's) addition to
Akron, imended across said Maiden Lano
nllej to the northerly, to tha south line of
Tnllmadge street, notKo ot tho poudlng ami
Eraver pi which hat ben glen as required
y law, and
whereas, upon hearing, the counlcil Is
ftbtltned that thero is Jut cause for such
vacation, and that tho same would not bo
detrimental to tha general Interest, and
uhoulrt bo made! therefore
fcoqttonl. Ho jtoidnloed bv the council
of (ho (,tty of Akron, Ohio, that said Maiden
I.nnn alley, botwrenthe south lino of lot
Ko.u, urtwnded easterly, und the south lino
of lot No. I), oxtendt-d westerly, block B
Kjuji'i addition to Akron, and , the south
If nt b "allmadge stieet.be and ihosamols
Bye. .' 1 his ordinance shall take etTrt
nnd bo in fotco from and after tbo earliest
period allowed by law,
Uhas. u. isbeli. 1J. V. Bprlglo,
7 r City Clerk. Trest City Council.
Aunroedbv tho board of Cltv Oommii.
sloripri, Chas. IX, Isboll, Olerk.
1 M IV '
FOn BALE OH KXCHANOB-SeTon acre
truck arm nrnrAkrcn.wlth goM hone,
Ttvo lots, Korlh lllllt at KM c a ih.lt sold
Now S room houso n-ar pavement and
st rm cars, a barxaln h t tl.120.
Nnworoom houso York n.t nearly new,
for II AX), '
Money to loan at lowrnt rntm of Interest.
C. II. JOMiM. Tclt &J.
For Sale On Eaty Terms.
Tho most el(rnntnburbtm home In Bum
in It count; largo lioufo of I rooms, hard
wood finish, poodcllftr, heater, good barn,
nliracres or land. Htrott cam pass doorj
This property Is beyond question the finest
property on tho nmrket. Will sell for less
than cost of buiidtnKfi. A bnrealn.
'1 lioa, h. cUlLim. Attorney.
1 have 1100 to loan on im provod property
at 6 per cent.
E. IVI. Young,
Itoom No. 81, Akron Savings Block.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TOIOAysVXXMnsums to suit borrower,
J.I llachtel, 13 Boutb Howard. 179 tf
FllOM sioo to tiojooo to loan at e per cent,
Welsh & Kawyer. attorneys Doyle block.
MONEY TO LOANVrom .00 and up
ward on housAhold goods or any ohattle ae
curlty aud allow the (rood to remain In
four possession. Can repay as In monthly
nstallraems, Uoom H, Arcade block. Of-
nco nours, o:ioii:;n. m., i:m toe p. m.
WAITED Horses to keep overwinter.
Prices reaSonnble. Good stalls nnd plenty
of good feed. Uoferenco. Krwl Laub or J'. T,
lctonn. Aaaress it. j. liyuo. jr.. Chip
pew a r. O. 1&7-X06
WANTEJJ Agents In every county to
unnaio-uoinon Jioney," sola exclusively
through agents. For further Information,
address Coin Publishing company, 8 btudlo
JJldcs., corner Htate and Ohio st.. Chicago.
WAITED At onco a reliable life lnsur.
nncomnuns general agent. Address, W,
H. Baldwin, supt., Grand Uotel, New
FOR RENT 1'ront loom, down stairs,
furnished, furnace heat, near business part
of town. Apply to E.J. lioskln, Democrat
Iwltlbuyall tho old borscs nnd mares
that you do not want to keep oer winter.
It. C.Timmcrman,216 Turnaco St., Akron.
Ohio. Tel.SM. isj 1 1
LOST A pair of Indies1 gold bow glasses
and leather case, Bomewhere between Day
st. and B.Howard st. Finder please return
to 103 Da st. 2ufr-211
A. F". COLEMAN
Justice of the Pence and Notary.
900 Wooster avenue,
nouses on nirithly payments, choice lots
on Wooster nv. will bo sold ntasocrince,
also greenhouse equipments cheap. A 45
horse -power boiler, almost new. I have tho
dnest allotment In Akron. Lots 00x175 from
tlOOtotm Come to see me.
If you want a flrst-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Stelnor'a Stock Barn,
No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but
Qrst-cla&B horses kept In stock.
N. K. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Men 18, 1900
A CHRISTMAS PRESENT
Wtlcti will lie letter m lcncer appreciated
ttin many a co-Uler tti
An Aetna Life, Endowment
or Accident Policy...
A tlionratfcl token of yonr best affection.
........ riulnc 0. HEWCOMB,
District Acent. Iverett tcllUxri tel. 112.
ASK YOUR GROCER ABOUT
WADSWORTH MILLING CO.
WANTED TO LOAN
81,000 to (3,000 at 6 por cent
for term of years II security li
gilt edge. Jtaqulre at once.
Halo .Sa Coatos
Everett block. Tel, 163
New machinery, new location.
We guarantee our work. High ,
cloBsor domestla flnleh.
Phono I43B '
Nos. 132-1S7 North Howard st.
Manufacturer of all klndsof brushes.
Orders nromntlv- attended to.
15S:S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O.
F3tltl-lo Coal Co.
Has a gopd house for rent.
Also coal to soil. Wo are
not in the comblno.
IIO W. Market St.
Our speclulty. Spucial rates. We
wash clean, good finish, don't ruin
fabrics. Will call for and dollver
goods. One trial Is all we ask.
A IVI ES R IO AIM bAUIMDRV
405 East Exchange st.
Flume 739 Etz &: Reed, Props,
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working Maohlnery for
Btoneware a Specialty.
Catawba rare, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ires Seedllnj...
Always on hand. AU ordtrs promptly filled.
oyctiiu Biicuuvu liven 9 iu am orocrs.
Kelly's Island, 0.
Christmas and New Year Holiday Excursions.
Very low rates to nil 0. A. & O. and
Fenn. lines stations Sec. 23. 21. 'IT,.
and and 81 and Jan. 1. Tickets good
returning until Jan, 3 inclusive.
Christmas and New Yoar Holiday Excur
sionsVery Low Rates Via the Balti
more & Ohio Railroad.
On Dec. 23. 24. 25. SO and 31. 1600.
and Jan. 1, 1000, the Baltimore and
omo rnuroaci -win sell oxiurslon
tickets between all stations west of
Plttsburirat one und one-third fni
for tho round trlnj going Journey to
be, commenced on date of sale, lie
turn limit, leaving destination to
and including Jan, 2, 1000.
For further information call on or
address O. D, Honodle, ttoket agenti
From u on your own terras, also
sea us about that INSURANCE
you navo expiring soon.
P. P. BOCK & CO.
A. D- ELLIS
.Moving vans, Teaming
imrl 1Vu,iiirAntnn iWlll
7 vour coAl hlna now And
avoid the rush," Office,
Cor. Cherry and Canal sis. Tel. 2iT.
For Every purpose.
Exchange and Water Streets.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer tnd Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
for funerals, weddings, parties and
1 23 and 1 25 Carroll st. Tel. Ro. 306
'.f .WW want RefeshnenU of A
Hi m U snch as Imported and Do- m
fj Wines, Liquors ond Bra jj
W The test wet eoola ohtalnaMe visit
trV " (l
$ ATLANTIC GARDEN
g 200-202 E. Market st W
g DETTLING BROS., Props.
THE BANK OAFE,
The FlaetS Restaurant In Akron.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
rot mroRTzu Am soMzsnc
Wot Ooodsi A OltzsarcB
tfnttr Central Sarlars Bank,
JOHN KOERBCR, Prop
Primary, secondary or Tcrtlarj Blood
Poison Permanently Cared. You can l
treated at home under lomo nuaraaty. If
o uae taken mercury, lodidopotRflb. and
till have nches and pntds. Mucus Patches
In mouth, Bore Throat, Pimples, Conner
Colored Bpota, Ulcers on any part of the
body. Hair or Kebrows fnlllncout, write
CUOK HLAIBDY CO,. 1Z Masonic Temple,
Chicago. 111., for proofs of cures. Capital
I Wo noo. Wo solicit tho most obstinate eme.
Wo havo curod tho worst caes in 15 to35
days. 100-page Book Free.
Dou't wait nor waste your money
In building, when you can buv that
brand new South Main st. dwelling-,
Just at end of pavement for about
$200 less than it would cost yon to
build. J. I. BAOHTEL,
188 South Howard st.
Par Sawlnc Ma
Fire Arms, etc Tba
Hlshest Grade. Qtt It
from your dealer. p
ahBH SI 1 fa M TimfrMm
nia.fl aV.V mTM TTBUm
I Osird Bros, a Co,
Winter In the South.
The season approaches when ones
thoughts turn toward a place where
tho inconveniences of u Northern
w Inter may be escaped. No section
of this country oilers such ideal
spots as the Gulf Coast on the line ol
the Loulsvlllo & Nashville railroad
betwoen Mobile and New Orleans.
It possesses a mild climate, pure air,
even temperature and facilities for
huntinp; and Ashing enjoyed by no
other section. Accommodations for
visitors aro first-class, and can bo se
cured at moderate prices. Tho L, &
N. R. It. is tho only line by which it
can be reached in through cars from
Northern cities. Through carsobed
ules to all points in Florida by this
tind aro also psrfcot. Write for
folders, etc, to Jackson Smith. D. P.
A Cincinnati, O.
Die B. & 0. R. R. Is the Shortest
A nf? rtlifftlrsnaf fnuln A Ipvnn in tflKI
caco and points west. For tiokets
Him juii luiuruiuuon see v, U, xion
odle, railroad and steamship agen t
CT MnimiitaBiii.oE BStk
f' omm polish
For ramttiifti.rUitat, H Fo.ul.by .
TUlnc,llvdwoo41'liiUB bU Peslwl.
OsiaoBKoa. a Co. I! Clivilaho. O.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Dally; all others dally eicept Bnoday,
Central HUndaril Time.
KRIB nAILEOAD OO.
Ert. Depot, Will St.
TlmaOardi Dee. II, KM.
No if Exprss
Ho H Limiud TeitibafiiZ
tfn IM Tn A kM ...
Uoll"nton PciiTtffr lim pm
NO t ViwAnrtmtprmm .M pm
XtO 17 Allflommntltllnn , r $hq ftm
, li am
, -M am
Nw York tpiciiC.
Cbaatauqua tpTu cjga pm
lMmmni1ahin . wi
jTiTi """' .,, ih.im,,,, vau yiu
itt i)iHvuua7iaa aaya aiur noil
wnirLiKo lakh jcani ht.
Mrron T. Jlorrtok, Rotxrt BUekeud.rfer,
raoalTora. Tlmt eardi hot. 17, net.
Hoi WoH lf.1
Toledo (Dnioa depot)Xr rm
"" " "
M&ainion , . .
r.rnutnn ,, ,
10 :00 am
U :66 pm
Toledo (Union dpot)Ar 1:10 pm
XI. U. llOOtD,
. Oanaral Trafllo Manaier,
Assistant General Paaaancer Agent.
CLEVELAND, AKRON & COLDMOCS.
Union Depot, Market Ht,
flln., Columbus and Clereland .. tA am
MlllerKbnrg nnd Cleveland. ..... 4107 am
Pltuburg, rhll&delphla ond New
Y or ... . .. . . 1:tr pm
On., Columbus and Cleveland .M 'SilSpm
Cleveland, Columbus and Cln..., JM am
New York, PMIft.&nd Airon 11:13 am
Clnelandand Mlllersburff. .- 4l:Apm
CIdTeland. Columbus ond Cln .. 9OT pm
riTTSnURO i WEBTERN B. B.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
Chicago and Mew York Testlbule,
11m I td . Wsm
Warren, Yonngstown, Pittsburgh ;10am
Warren, Youngstown, Pittsburg flilo pm
Pittsburg, Washington, Philadel.
phlft, Nw York, departs C. T. A
V. Itr., Howard street staUon. 't.K pm
Arrive from the East.
Washington, Pittsburg. Cleve
land.arrlvesC T. V,KyUo
ard street statloru....... 1'Mtm
Pittsburg and Akron ... -... -lllS am
Pittsburg. Akron and Cblcago. 1:25 pm
New York.Washlngton, Pittsburg
and Chicago ....... .llrojpm
BALTIMOBE 4 OHIO.
Union Depot, Market street.
Tlffln, Fostorla and Chicago.-. 410.10 am
Tlnln, Fostorla and Chicago. . 7.t30pm
Chicago vesttbuled Jlmlted.. 11:U pm
Arrive from the west.
Chicago and Ts'ew Y'ork vestlbuled
limited. ......... lJOam
Chicago and Pittsburg . . 6:a&am
Chicago, Akron and Cleveland.... 5:10 pru
C. I.4V. B. B.
How. St. . Union
11 fflrt nn.
No ST ...
No 8 .
... 00 am
...h.m1 :10 pm
1 rfn nm
...w.. 8:43 am 0.05 am
.Mw...lz.01 pm U.SOpm
. Sopm SJSpm
No 8 .
No 6 .
o 47t 7:S5pm 7:50pm 8 00pm
4Dally except Sunday from Union Depot
7:85 pm 7:50 pm
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
TMnrta ah) Tabi la ltwa
Depot Worth Main Street.
Depart Nov 1
- TtW am
Arrtre No. .,., ,, , 4: pm
o. ,. ., , T;is am
THE NORTHERN OHIO TBACTIONOO.
The A., B. A C. Railroad.
"Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. Nov. SO, 1899,
Cars for Cleveland leave crimnr tTnwarrl
and Market sti. every hoar from 3.30 am.
to 8.ao p m and to 10. 80 pan. Saturdays and
Sondajfl 6.30 a.m. 0:3) a.m and ererr
half hoar to 7 p.m., 8 p.m., pan. and 10;&
NEWS and OPINIONS
Dally, Sy mall $.00aYear
Dally and Sunday by mall.. .$8.00 a year
The Sunday Sun
Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper Ib
Price Se a copy. By null J2.00 a year.
Address THE SUN, Hew York.
A Handsome Publication, "The Empire ol Mil
South," Issued by the Southern Railway.
"The Empire of the South," a 200.
page book, handsomely illustrated,
with most complete Information ever
complied regarding the South and
its Industries Is a valuable addition
to any library.
This book is issued by the South
era Railway, having been compiled
at a large expense, and it is the
handsomest publication of the kind
ever gotten out.
Copy -will be forwarded promptly
to any address upon application to
W. A. Turk, general passenger agent,
Washington, D. 0,, with 15 cents to
Hunting and fishing books, "Land
of the Sky" pamphlets, maps and
other lllUBtrated literature mailed
free to any address by,
J. O. Beam, Jr., N. W. P. A., 80
Adams St., Chicago, 111.
C. A. Baird, 216 Fourth ave,, Louit
Wm. H. Tayloe, Asst. General
Passenger Agent ' onlsville, Ky,
Tickets on sale Seo. 5 and 10, to
many noints in the northwest, smith
and southwest. See W. E. Langdon
for routes, rates and any informa
Akron to Plttsburor. Waahlnfftnn.
Philadelphia and New York vlS O..
A. Ss O. and Pennsylvania lines.
Leaves Akron dally at 2:27 p.m.,
reaching Pittsburg 6:40 p.m. and
Now York 7:80 a.m. next morning,
Pullman sleeper can be taken at
Hudson for Philadelphia and New
York; also supper can be had in din
lng car leaving Pittsburg. For spao
and full information call on C. B.
Honodle, agent Union depot station.
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