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II . ' AKHQIT DAILY DBMOOBAi WiBDNESDAT, 3STOTE3IBBII 7 1900
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WE HAVE BUT ONE TRICE,
CASH OR CREDIT.
famale Jieip Wanted
WANTED GUI to do general house
work. Apply 307 West Buchtel ave.
WANTED A housekeeper who can
do sowing, baking, etc. Apply at
500 W. Thornton st., corner Har
vard st. 17,.-173
WANTED Ageuts In every county,
to handle "Coin on Money," sold ex
clusively through agents. For fur
ther' Information, address Coin Pub
lishing Co.,. 5 Studio BU'gs., cor
ner State and Ohio sts., Chicago.
BOY WANTED-Good position for
good, strong boy; Inquiro Wrlgley
Bros., 12(1 N. Main st. 171:173
WANTED A few good boys. Tho
"Werner Co., Akron, O. 172-174
WANTED 500 men and boys to sell
tho Liberty Bell lithograph, of Wil
liam Jennings Bryan. A great, seller.
Come quick. A. W. Knlsely & Co.,
202 E. Cedar st, Akron, O. 121-tf
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
Only eight weekR required; $12 week
ly paid graduates. Cataloguo free.
Moler Barber College, Chicago, 111.
WANTED First-class skirt and coat
makers. New York Ladles' Tailor
ing. Room No. 30 , Arcade building,
W&N'lED-iFour roomers ot 8. Mala
st, good location. Address Democrat
WANTED Young man wants sltua
tlon ,to ,care for horse and cow. and
to work around premises. Refer-enc6s-given.
S, RIchesou, 503 Bell
Pt., city. 170-172
-w i . - unuLfci i
, 1 Central englno House.
2 Buckeye works.
3 Miller Rubber works. "T"T
I Diamond Rubber wo.'ks.
' b Main and Marttet.
I 6 No. S engine houso, Sixth ward.
7 N. Broadway, near Market.
8 Buchtel' avo. and Bowery.
0 Schumacher mill. Mill st
12 Prospect, near All 11.
13 Furnaco and Broadway.
14 Main and Keck.
15 Ash nud Park place.
10 No. a engine house ,W, HIIL
17 Carroll and Exchange.
18 Emplro Mower & Reaper Wk
WANTED "Private- board by young
married lady, uo children, Giilsband
traveling.) Elderly churcu-going peo
ple preferred. AdilrcBs, "Boarder,"
lock box 151, city, stating location
and price. . 17&177?
WANTJ-3D lo buy two good farms 00
to 100 acres south cast and west of
Akron, within four miles of the city;
good buildings. Enquire of G. W.
Grldley, 48 Central Bldg: 167-tf
WANTED Three rooms on ground
lloor, for light housekeeping; no chil
dren. Addicss A; B. C., Democrat
WANTED Houso of from 0 to 0
rooms, must bo centrally located,
rent reasonable. Address "O. F. S."
enre Democrat tf
WANTED Correspondence with a
young lady or wldofr with matri
monial object. None whoso inten
tlons are Insincere, need reply. I am
27 years of age and of good charac
ter. Address G. H., Kent, O.
Money to Joan
vise: loan it
On Long Tlmo and Easy Payments
WE will make loan Jroru M to 11,000 on
Wntohoi, Diamond!, Household Goods,
Hanot, Organs, Horses, Wagons, Carriage,
Store and Office Klxturos, Merchandise,
tooks, Bonds, Jewelry. Insurance Foil,
lies. Rents, Oontraots. WITHOUT ANY
PUBLICITY WHATKVKR AND WITH
lUT REMOVING THEM KKOM YOUR
I'OHFKHHION. Elegant Private Offices.
Loans made cerae day.
AKRON SECURITY ft LOAN CO.
193 South Howard St., SKE
Near Mill St.
Flore 862. Open erenloes until E
MONEY TO LOAN-
Un house-hold goods, upianos, organs,
borees, wagons, etc., In sums of $5,
$10, 515, $25, and. upwards, nt the
very lowest rates. Property left in
your' possession. You can pay the
money back In small monthly pay
ments and each payment so made
reduces both principal and interest.
Call and Investigate, Office hours
from 0 to 11 a. m 1K$0 to 5 p. m. and
from 7 to 8 In the oveping.
L. C. MILLER, room HjvARCADB BLOCK
MONEY TO LOANHIOO,, 5500,
1000, $1600, at lowest rates.
'Phono 510. G. W. Gridlcy.
?200, $100, ?5,000 to lonnr Low rates
of Interest. J. I Bachtel. 1SS S, How
MONEY TO LOAN-On real estate
and anything of valuo'a't lowest
rates of interest; .also collections
and Insurance. Flower & Koplln
10-11 Gutli block, 184 South Howard
st. People's 'phono 175.
TO LOAN-First mortgago loans, in
sums from $500.00 to $20,000. In
quire of Joseph Wlnum, 218 S. How.
ardst. '. '" 101-105
BROUSto & HOLLINGER.
WHEN LOOKING FOR MONEY to
buy a homo or pay f,or ,,tho ouo you
have, remember that wecan let you
hare it on the most favorable terms
and In any amounts.
Brouso and Holltngcr,
220 8. Main )jt Tel. Z,
Upholstered, repaired and reflnlsned.
Packed, stored and shipped. Feathers
renovated and chairs reseated. C. W.
Chamberlain, tho upholsterer. 370 N.
Howard fit. Hello 1220.
A GOOD SAFE INVESTMENT.
The United States Building & Loan
Co. has a limited amount of paid up
stock to dispose of nt($101 per share.
This stock is a gilt edgo Investment,
being a ilrst mortgage on Improved
real estate security, wjitch pays 0 per
cent dividends payable semi-annually
In cash and In addition') shares In all
profits of tho company,
Wr O. MARPLB,
Secretary, Buchtel Hotel building.
10 Akron Rubber works,
21 Prospect nnd Perkins.
23 Forgo and Market f
24 Sherman, near Exchange.
25 Main and Exchange.
20 North Howard and Tallmadsa.
27 W. Market and tlrccnc.
28 Akron Knlfo wprks.
21) Washington and IIopp alley.
81 N. Howard nud North.
82 B. Market add Kpruce,
84 W. Markot and Valley,
85 Carroll and Splcer.' -
80 Cat roll and Suuiner. .
87 North and Arlington. 1
88 Vlue and Fountuln. ' '
CD Coburn uud Campbell.
41 Wooster ave. and Locust
42 Pearl, near clptern.f.
48 S. Main and Falor.r
45 College and Mill. .
40 Arlington and HasoL
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOJdfe
On smaller monthly payments than
ordinary rent, and no Interest?. If
bo, call at room No. 308 Everett
building, and Investigate Uio plan.
H. G. Grlflln, room 808 Eycrott build
ing. Pcoplo's 'phono 185.
' No. 181-1001
NOTICE i will buy all tbo old horses
and niarop that you do not waul to
keep ever winter. B. O. Tlniiner
man, 210 Furnace st, Akron, O.
I el. 320. . 183 tf
READ1 GREAT BARGAIN1 READi
Are you looking for tho best '.'cat es
into bargain ever offered? Call at No.
857 f Main st.,and get full particulars.
A good seven room houso and barn, 1
acres of land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton St., North Hill. If sold Im
mediately, 1,600 will buy this prop
SPECIAL NOTIOE-O'.d Forgo Steam
Boiler Works. Earl, Brown & Co.
Practical boiler makers. Office and
works, 102 Earle st. Pcoplo's 'phono
033. 'Phone 11041. 183-150 tf
PICTURES OF RUINS of city hall
Buchtcl college Democrat 'picnic,
and other places of interest Groups,
buildings' Interiors, etc., made to or
der. 15c and 25c each. E. J. Hcskln,
V.'HITBWASHING and patching. Or
ders sent to 110 S. High st or tel.
114. A. T. Picket. 10-22tf
READI GREAT BARGAINI READI
Aro you looking for the best real es
tate bargain ever offered? Call at No.
857 S. Main st., and get full particu
lars. A good 7 room bouse and barn,
IVi acres of land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton st. North Hill. If sold im
medIately,$lC00 will buy this property.
"Cash paid for lapsed policies against
old line companies, and nny kind
death claims. W. H. Stewart, tenth
floor New York Life building, Ohica
go, Ills. 10G-172
SPECIAL TO BUILDERS AND
Wo are now prepared to furnish you
with any size of building material. If
you anticipate building, it will pay
you to Investigate as wo have put in a
saw mill to saw up the lumber to suit
tbo purchasers. Before buying call or
telephone Boll 837. A. W. Mllor,
manager of tbo salt plant
Packing and Jtodng "
WANTED Packing nnd storing. Fur
niture a specialty. Krata's Furnl
turo store, 140 S. Howard st
Sept. 24. Mph. 24
FOR SALE Newspaper, weekly, and
job ofllce. Town 15,000. Bargain
for right man. Don't wrltb uulcss
you have money and wont to buy.
Box 10, Barberton. 142tf
READ! GREAT BARGAIN! READ)
Are you looking for tho best teal es
tato bargain ever offered? Call a No,
857 l. Main st.and get full particulars.,
A good seven room bouse and tarn, VA
acres of land with all kinds of fnUt
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton st, North Hill. If cold Im
mediately, $l,e00 will buy this prop,
READI GREAT BARGAIN! READI
Are you icoklii ? for vho best rial es
tate bargain ever offered? Call nt No.
357 S. Main st.and get full particulars.
A good coven room bouse, and barn, 1
acrco of land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton st. North Hill. If sold. Im-nu-diatcly,
$1,C00 will buy this prop
erty. SPECIAL NOTICE.
Below Is tbo description and price of
a great bargain in a houso and barn;
A good 7-room house and barn, Vi
acres of land, with nil kinds of fruit
trees, located at No, 140 Dayton st,
North Hill. If sold at onco $1600 will
buy this property. For particulars,
call at No. 307 S. Main st 2t
FOR SALE Four vory desirablt lots
on Kudor ave also threo on Morris
man st. These lots are about 300 feet
from the beautiful Allen residence!, ,on
W. Market st. They aro worth $1)00
to $1000 each, but to any one buylpg
within 30 days thotr choice w)l bo
given at a low figure. One of tlio
lots would mako a llrst-class invest
ment ' P. P. BOOK & CO.,
220 S. Howard 8.
' ' hm
FOR SALE-Lots 250 and 251 In Swoit.
zer and Stelner's nllotmeut, second
addition to City of Akron. Special
inducements to n man who vyjll
build. Enquire of E. J. Hoskln, 103
Wills ave. or Democrat ofDce. Tel.
47 Howo and Bowery.
48 West South.
40 Merrill pottery, Stato at.
51 Howard and Cherry .
52 No. 4 engine house,Maln & Fait
68 Center Bt railroad crossing
64 Buchtel are. and Union.
60 Akron Stoneware Co.,0th ward,
67 Lods and Turner.
68 Perkins and Adolph ave.
60 Main, near I.O.O.F, Temple.
01 Cas? avo. and Kent
02 Sleberllng mill, Sixth vard.
03 Johnston and Obainplalo.
04 Akron Sew. Plpo Co., Black mill
05 Hill Bower Pipe Co., E. Market
07 Carroll and E. Maiket
08 Second ave. and Valley railroad.
09 Johnson ond Wiisou.
71 Grant and Croaa.
72 North and Maple.
73 Werner Printing Co. "'
FOR 8ALB-By G. W. Gridlcy, 48
0 room houso Splcer fct. $1200.
0 room house W. Crosier st,'$3000.
0 room houso W. Cedar St., $1850,
0 room houso Sumner st, ?1500.
11 room houso- Sumner st, $2700.
7 room houso Wolf st,, $1100,
7 room bousa Cleveland st, $1500.
7 room houso Wabash ave., $1500.
Bargains In lots. 'Phono 510.
READ! GREAT BARGAINI READI
Aro ou looking for tho best real c-i-tato
bargain over offered? Call at No.
857 S. Main st.and get full particulars).
A good soven room houBo and barn, lVi
acres of land with .all kinds of fruit
trees. Property is .ocutcd at No. 140
Dayton st, North Hill. If sold Im
mediately, $1,000 will buy this pro
THE BRUNER, GOODnUE COOKE
Oldest Ab&trnct offlco In tho county,
Our experience guarantees a correct
Abstract of Title.
Prices reasonable. Prompt servlceL
215 fJouth Main st
FOR SALE For tho next 30 days, at
private sale, I will sell a few more
bul'dlng lots In H. 8. Falor's allot
ment, on 8. Main st, new Miller
school building, new Disciple church,
right in our "midst; factories all
around us. Call at my ofllce, 417
Everett building. A. E. Kllng, as
signee H. S. Falor. 105-100
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Will
sell lot on Brown ave., or exchango
for bouse and lot in good location
nnd pay difference. Address G. P.,
caro Democrat Ofllce. 155 tf.
FOR SALE 43 acres of lani, second
bottom, two miles south of Hudson;
now bousis, price $1,000; $200 down,
balance in ten years. Lcroy Munson,
FOR SALE-By G. W. Grldley. 'Phono.
510. C3 ncres, buildings, mine In
operation; will tako city property
worth $2,000 part payment This Is
a bargalu. Call at once. 48 Central
i i i i m
FOR SALE By Bruner-Goodhue-Cooke
Co.. 232 S. Main st Both
Look at 527 S. Main st, store and
dwelling, if you have anything to
trade or desire to buy a place for less
than.lt is worth.
. 213 John'sfon st, 8 rooms, modern
200 Third ave., G rooms nnd barn,
lot 50x125,' $1400.
200 Harvard, 8 rooms with furnace,
Elegant 'lot 47' feet, just west of
Kirkwoodjton E. Buchtel ave., very
cheap at j$1400.
lYa acre lot, corner W. Market and
Cobb ave., cheap.
43 acres of land near Hammonds
8 room ,houser Spruce st, 55x140,)
5 lots on Beaver st, cheap at $350
each. . . i
785 W. Cedar, $100 down, balance
0 per cent, $1500.
0 room houso Orozler st, lot 45x140,
2 lots on Grant st, 40x120 each,,
321 Carroll st, 8 rooms, 0(5x200, $2500.
143 Arch st, 6 rooms with barn,
G acres of land, Johnston st, good
for allotlng, $1800.
1201 E. Market, 10 rooms, up-to-date
house, at a big sacrifice,' $3100 '
COO W. Thornton, 8 rooms, built oh
honor,, $2000. ' -
If you want to make 12pcr cent op
your money' Invest.
$1400 in a 10 room houso which we
havo for, sale. ,
07 foot lot Park st, at 30 per foot.
Lot 41x118 Zellars St., $25 down,
0 room houso Campbell st, lot 30x
101 Upson st., 8 rooms, two' lots,
152 Arch st, newly painted, double
205 St. Clair st, large, houso and
lot, .,1206. :
102i Bowery, - 7 rooms, Jot 42x102,
$i5op. ' . 'y
220 Wooster'nve., 'bakl53, 8 rooms,
114 Hawthorne ave., 8 rooms West
541 W. Markot, lot 52x175, $3000.
Vacant lots in all parts of tho city.
FOR SALE Houses, ranging In prlcos
from $050 to $14,000. J. O. Knpp,
417 E. Mill Bt 152-172
FOR 'SALE-Tho only lot left pn
Brown ave. Will sell cheap If sold
soon. Address F. w., Democrat
Ofllce. 155 tf.
FOR SALE nouses, ranging In prices
iroin $ow io jpj.i.wu. j. o. liapp,
417 E. Mill st. I08tf
74 North Union, near BluO.
75 Robinson Bros., N. Forgo st
70 The Wbltmore. Robinson CU
78 E. Market and Cook.
70 Homo st. near Lillian.
81 Western Liuoloum G T
82 Summit Sewer Pipe Co. '
88 A Urn and Cross.
84 Itior ton end Harvard.
85 1'lir' I C. McNeil Boiler works.
87 Thornton and Camp.
1)1 Uurrui mills, s. Howard st
Vi Bcnuuittctier cooper shop, '&
121 General alarm.
123 Silver and tl.rkory.
125 W. Market and Ithodea ave,
232 Rounor'a browerj, N. Forgo st
241 Sherman and Vorls.
251 Cedar and Wabash ave.
253 W. Exchange and, near Willow.
812' Cascade mills, N. Howard,
FOR HALE Hero Is the place you nro
loosing tor one or the finest reel
denco prbpertles on East Market st
A sacrifice; a fine homo and good
Fine rcsldcnco on Arlington st,
$2,500, 00 acre form in Cuyahoga
Falls township. D. M. Young, 81
Akron Savings bank block.
FOR SALE-inquscs, ranging in prices
iioiu ow lo 9J.'i,vw. J, u. ivapp, 417
E. Mill Bt. loMf
FOR SALE One largo dollvery wagon,
extra ncavy box and Belle gear.
Can bo seen at Jackson Bros., or
Schumacher & Gammeter's. 103 tf
"A. SAVING ACCOUNT-Is a friend
In adverB.ty." Start the now year
right ty opening a savings accoun:
with tbo Central Savings bank, is
per cent interest paid on deposits.
Separata departments for ladles r.nd
special attention given to their ac
counts. Jan. 0, 1001
FOR RENT A front furnished room,
all modern convenience, for one or
two gentlemen, nt No. 121 N. Forge
st. 150 tf
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
all modt-rn conveniences; centrally
located. Inquire at 107 South
Broadway, Akron, O. 158-t
FOR RENT Three room on Bluff st,
at end of College, near Werner Co.
Water and furnaco heat furnished.
G. W. Grldley, 48 Central bldg.
Phone 510. 10U tf.
LOST A K. of P. watch charm, near
Lamparter's drug stqre, Snturrtay
night Finder leave at thc'Democrat
ofllco and receive reward. 170 tf
LOST Sunday afternoon, a brooch,
set with amethyst somewhere be
tween Vnlley and Acquoduct sts.
Finder return to Rrause Dept. store,
and receive reward. 170-172
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EU
ROPE AND PARIS EXPO
SITION. Tickets via all leading lines at low
est rates. Information cheerfully giv
en upon application to C. D. Honodlo,
ticket agent, Union depot Cook's per
sonally conducted tours. Apr28-tf
HAVE YOU BUSINESS IN PITTS
BURG? Trnin lenvlng'Akron 8:20 n. m., cen
tral time, arrives Pittsburg half-past
oleveu via Pennsylvania Lines. Lunch
Is served In cafe parlor car en routo
and you aro ro'ady for business as soon
ns you reach tho Iron City. Return
ing train leave's Pittsburg 5 p. m., ar
rives Akron 8:10 p, m. central time,
giving you all afternoon in Pittsburg.
Returning train also carries parlor
cafo car, .serving goocl meals.
IS THIS CONVENIENT?
After finishing up business for tho
day In -uron, leave on 2:30 p.m. train
vin Hudson, take supper on dining
car en route and enjoy a good night's
rest in comfortable sleeping car which
runs from Hudson through to New
York. Passengers nrrlve Twenty-third
st. station, in the heart of New York,
nt half past seven next morning. For
further Information see. O. D. Honodle,
ticket agent, Akron.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
The man to see about tickets is O.
D. Honodle, at Akrou Union station.
Train leaves dally at 2:30 p.m., cen
tral time, via Hudson, from which
point there Is through sleeping car
service to New York over Pennsyl
vanln short lines. Supppr Is served In
dining car en route. Passongers reach
New York 7:30 a.m. next day without
changing cars after leaving Hudson.
HOW TO GO TO NEW YORK.
Leave Akron 2:80 p.m., central tlmo
any day on 0., A. & O. train via Hud
son, arrive Now York next morning
nt half past seven.- Sleeping car to
New York from Hudson. Supper In
dlulug car en route. Ask O. D. Hon.
odle, ticket agent, Akron, about this
COMFORTABLE TRIP TO NEW
It may bo made by leaving Akron
nt 2:30 p.m., central time, any day via
Hudson. Sleeping car from Hudson
to New York. Supper In dining car
cu route, so that pt-ssengcrs need not
lenvo tho trafn between Hudson nnd
New York City. Details about tickets
etc., will be furplsked by Ticket Agent
0. D. Honodle, Akron.
814 JTlre chief's residence.
821 Adams and Upson.
841 Balcb and Market
342 Maple, opposite Balch.
845 Blttman aug Crosby.
851 Exchange and Splcer.
412 Wooster and St Clair.
413 St Clair had Badges.
416 Water works, Wo oater av
431 Ewart Tile works.
Pntpurlns For SJornI Snnalon,
"Don't you belleyo lu moral sua.
slon?" asked the neighbor,
Tho Indignant father stopped with
tho switch poised In tho air.
"Of course I do,'' ho answered. "I
tried It once, and I'm going to try It
again Just ne Boon as I tck this boy
hard enough so that be'U know enough
to be ruled by It the next time I try
Was Polled Tuesday at
Factories Closed During Day Will
Lay New Sidewalks.
Ouynhoga Falls, Nov. 7. Tho larg
est vote in the history of the Falls was
cast yesterday, and a largo portion
of tho vote was polled in tho early
morning. Tho day passed quietly, nnd
although It was evident that people
wero Intensely Interested In the situa
tion, there were no audible signs that
the biggest ballot In the history of
Cuyahoga Falls was being taken.
Most of the Jargc factories were
closed during the afternoon, for tho
purpose of giving all employes an
ample chance to vote. This helped to
give the town that impression of
strange quiet which prevailed.
Tho ladles ot the Cemetery Associa
tion gave dinners at the Town Hall,
which proved popular to the extent
that $42 wore cleared. Suppers were
The six-months-old son of Mr. Fred
Randall, 10 Vesper st., North Hill, died
Monday morning of stomach trouble.
The funeral services were held at the
house this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Iu-
j torment at Bettes Corners.
W. W. Sculpholm has returned
from a trip to Cleveland.
Messrs. Wallace Warner and E. K.
Pardee, of the Census bureau,
Washington were home to vote.
John Do Witt Miller, of national
prominence as an entertainer, is the
guest, of Rev. W. L. Davidson.
Mr. Harry A. Thompson, now of Cir
clovllle, was In the Falls for the pur
pose of voting.
The 0., A. & C. offlclals were no
tified by tho town fathers somo time
ago, to lay sidewalks at the Broad
st. crossing, ns that particular cross
ing was In an especially bad condition.
Monday J. P. Caldwell, representing
the maintenance of way department
of tho 0., A. & C. was in town looking
over the ground.
To remove troublesome corn or bun-
Ion: First soak the corn or bunion In
warm water to soften it; then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood ond apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigor
ously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should, be worn
for a few days, to protect It from the
shoe. As a general liniment fqr sprains,
bruises, lameness and rheumatism,
Pain Balm Is unequaled. For sale by
all druggists. E. Stelnbacher & Co.,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estato of Eva 0. Beck, deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed
by tho Probate court of Summit Coun
ty, Ohio, ns administrator of tho
estate of Eva C. Beck, deceased. All
persons Indebted to said estato nio
requested to make Immediate payment;
and all persons having claims against
said estate are requested to present
the sanio for allowance or rejection.
Dated this 24th day of October, A.D.
Oct. 24-31 Sept C.
TO HAVE mST-CLASS
We Qunrnnteo you
STVI,K AND QUALITY
Send us your next order.
WACKER & GIOIORE,
Tel. 1 IT43. 1 80 S. Howard St.
It. Yes, sir; moral suasion Is a great
thing, and I'm going to teach this boy
how good It Is If I havo to wale' tho
life out of hlra to do It. Ho dopsn't
appreciate Its advantages yet" Chica
"Weary of tbo Diminutive!.
Do Hamrae Aro you going to contin
ue giving playlets this season?
Barnes Torraer By all the gods on
high Olympus, nol I havo cut out the
playlet on account ot tho paylct Scest
thou? Indianapolis Press.
No DUpntlns It.
"Is that a real roso on your hat, my
"No, stupid. Did you ever seo a real
rose as natural as that?"
Tho bill convinced lim."7-
Mr Wtea Ta want RefeihtnenU of ).V
ti. u kladj, iadiM import and ft
wines, Liquors end Beers
Wf TtiftVftwt rrwula AtitfllftfltklA vlefft
ATLANTIC GARDEN jj
W 200-202 E. Market sh 'f?
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfor anil Llvory
racking, Moving and Storing ot Qoodj.
Coachei, Coupes and Carriages for tunerall,
vrtddlng parties nnd callings.
123 and 125 Carroll St. Tel. No. 306
A,. O. SL-LIS
MovlogVaai, General Ttasiar
mi Tranilerrlir. firctUaai
Tracks Ctlljtrct. Transient
era Besrdicr sums.
Office and Slable, 228-230 W. Market St.
Both telephones, Ho. 2Sf.
Livery, Boarding, Food and
Sole Stablo ....
Cor. IVIIII and High ats,
rirst-class Senrlce Is Every ticspset
hene 372. E. Vf. Cubblson, Prop.
Srowers o-r WIrso
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling..
U-,vBy on Land. All orders promptly
lied. Special attention given to lanll
Icliacdlcr & Rhein, Kellys Island 0.
::r specialty. Special rates. "Wo
nsli clean, good finish, don't ruin fab
.j. Will call for and deliver goods.
:.' (rial Is all we ask.
403 EAbT KXCHANUK fT.
hone T. GEO. E. KTZ. Vf op.
J. K. WILLIAMS
Machine Shop and Foundry
i'OTTEUI' MACHINERY, KTJ38BB
MOULDS AND DIES.
i.'eueral machine and foundry work.
Lawn Mowers Sharpened.
For Sewlnz Mm.
Fire Arms, etc Tho
nignett uraae. UJt it
from your dealer.
in THE L&UfflDET BUSIHESS.
Your laundry will be clean, white nnd
have n leautilul Ilnli.li, wltbout destroy
ing the material laundered. A trial
nacknge will convince you.
THE SIXTH WARD LAUNDRY,
E. D. REED, 1125 oVeW 8t-
j TUB IAJ3TEI3
J LOOS 2 fiCl
For Furniture. Fiino.
I Tllla;, Huivvtyi Finish
i Bairs Bros. Co,
B Clcvclams. O
Business Hen's Restaurant.
Heals served at nil hours. Fine im
ported nnd domestic 'Wet Goods and
Cigars. Under Central Savings Ban&
John Koorbor, Prop.
13 r sb ess
FOR EVfcRY PURPOSE.
Exchange and Water'Sts.
Fragrant as rlpo fruit Pure us a
mountain spring Hoary with ago and
a blesslr.3 to men when rlglitly used-,-that's
144 South noward st,
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly attended to,
155 S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O,
The Wlcl.cd Little CJerm.
"Microbes attack their victims whon
they are worn out."
"That's so; wo read about them until
wo ate dead tired, and then they take
a mean advantage of us." Indianapo
Notice Is hereby given that tho
Board of County Commissioners of
Summit couuty, Ohio, coutcmplato thn
purchase of ono hundred acres of land,
move or less, as ah nddltlon to tho
Inllrmary farm. Said land Is situated
hi Portage township, nnd located soutU
of and adjoining the luflrmary farm.
Akron, O., Nov. 7, 1000. ,.
B. T,. Fllllus, j
.T, F MOORE,
PHILIP WAGONHB, '