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AKBON DAILY DEM
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f WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE,
I i CASH OR CREDIT.
p'emah Jlp Wanted
, WANTED Lady to travel in Ohio; $50
monthly and all expenses to start,
permanent position if satisfactory;
felf-addresscd cuvolopo for reply.
Address Treasurer McBrady, 350
Dearborn, Chicago. 100-171
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Apply 307 West Ruchtel ave.
WANTED A housekeeper who can
do sewing, baking, etc. Apply at
500 W. Thornton st., corner Har
vard st. 171-173
WANTED Agents 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.
WANTED 500 men and boys to sell
the Liberty Bell lithograph of Wil
liam Jennings Bryan. A great seller,
Corao quick. A. W. Knlsely & Co.,
202 E. Cedar St., Akron, O. 121-tf
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WANTED Men to learn barborWdo.
Only eight weeks required; $12 week
ly paid graduates. Catalogue free.
Moler Barber College, Chicago, 111.
,Wb.N'1ED Four roomers ot 8. Main
st, good locaJon. Address Democrat
WANTED Young mnn wants situa
tion to caro for horse nnd cow, and
to woik arpuud premises. Refer
ences given. S. Rlcheson, 508 Bell
st, city. 170-172
Gentjemnn or lady to assist In office.
Salary $15 weekly. Position pre
manent. Railroad faro paid hore.
! pro lito alarm!
0 -. -ALlvbt
1 Central enxtno house.
9, Huckeye works.
3 Miller Rubber woiks. TIT
4 Diamond Itutiber works.
5 Mnln and Maikct
O No. 2 engine house, Sixth ward.
7 N. Broadway, uear Market
8 Buchtel avc, and Bowery.
0 Schumacher mill, Mill ntj
12 Prospect, near Mill,
J3 Furnnco nud Broadway.
14 Main and Kock.
15 Ash nnd Park placer
10 No. 3 cqglno lioiiRU ,W, HI1L
17 Carroll nud Uxcjuhrc.
' IS Einplro Mower & Reaper Wks,
Enclose refcrenco and self-addressed
stamped envelope. Wholesalers,
801 Gaxton building, Chicago.
WANTED lo buy two good farms 60
to 100 acres south east and west of
Akron, within four miles of the city;
good bulldlugs. Enquire of O. W.
Grldley, 48 Central Bldg. 157-tf
WANTED Three rooms on ground
tloor, for light housekeeping; no chil
dren. Add. ess A. B. O., Demociat
WANTED nouse of from 6 to 0
rooms, must bo ccutraily located,
rent reasonable. Addreps "C. F. S."
care Democrat. tf
WANTED Correspondence with a
young lady or widow with matri
monial object. None whoso Intern
tlons nro Inslncero need reply. I am
27 years of ago and of good charac
ter. Address G. H., Kent, O.
WE LOAN ITT
. On Long Time and Easy Payment
WE will ronkc loans from to 11,000 00
Wntches, Diamonds, Household Goods,
t'lanos, Orgnns, Horses, Wagons, Carriages,
Uoro and Olllco Fixtures, Merchandise,
looks. Bonds, Jewelry, Insurance Poll
ioi.Konts, Contractu. WITHOUT ANY
PUBLICITY WHATIOVKK AND WITH
lUT HKMOVmG 1HKM FROM YOUIJ
1 OHBKHH10N. Klepant Frlvato Offices.
Loans mnrin fr.rrm day.
AKRON SECURITY & LOAN CO.
193 South Howard St., SSSf
Near tVllll St.
Hone 862. Open evenlnci until 9 V to.
MONEY tO LOAN-
' Uu household goods, pianos, organs,
horses, wagons, etc., In sums of $5,
$10, $10, $25, and upwards at the
very lowest rates. Property left In
your possession. You can pay tho
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., 1:80 to 5 p. m. and
from 7 to 8 In the evening.
L. C. MILLER, room 14, AJlCADB BLOCK
MONEY TO LOAN-5100, $500,
?1000, $1500, nt lowest rates.
'Phone 510. G. W. Grldley.
$200, $400, f 5,000 to loan., Low rates
of Interest. J. I Bachtel, 188 S. How
MONEY TO HOAN-Oq real estate
and anything of vnluo at .lowest
rates of interest; also collections
and Insurance. Flower & Koplln
10-11 Guth .block, 134 South Howaid
st. People's 'phono 175.
TO LOAN First mortgage loans, In
sums from $500.00 to $20,000. In
quire of Jos-eph Winum, 248 S, How
ard st 104-105
BROUSfcj & UOLLINGER.
WHEN LOOKING FOR MONEY to
buy a homo or pay tpv tho ono you
have, remember that we can let you
have It on the; most favoiablo terms
and In any amounts. t
Brouso and Holllngcr,
220 S. Main st Tel. 2.,
1 Mi irsi I MM
Upholstered, rcpalied and reflnlshed.
Packed, stoied nud shipped. Feathers
icnovated and chair? resetted. O. W.
Chamberlain,' thu upholsteier. 170 N.
Howard st. Hello 1229.
A GOOD SAFE' INVESTMENT.
Tho United States Building & Loan
Co. has a limited nmount of paid up
stock to dlsposo of nt $101 per slmro.
This stock Is a gll edgo Investment
being a first mortgage on Improved
renl estato security, which pays 0 per
cent dividends paynblo seral-nnnunlly
in cash and In addition shares In all
profits of tho company.
W. O. MARPLE.
Secretary, Buchtel Hotel building.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME
On smaller monthly payments than
10 Akron Rubber works.
21 Prospect and Perkins.
23 Forgo and Market.
24 Sherman, near Hxnbange.
25 Mnln and ExChnngu.
2U North Howard and 'i'allmadgc
27 W. Market and Green...
28 Akron Knife works.
2!) Washington and Hopp alley.
81 N. Howaid and North.
1)2 B. Mm Let nud Spruce.
8-. W. Market and' Valley,
85 Carroll nnd Splcer.
8u Cm roll and Hujiner.
87 North aud Arlington.
88 Vine and Fountain.
CU Coliurn nnd CamphelL
41 Woostor ave, aud Locust "
42 Pearl, near clstoVn.
43 B. Main and Falor. J
45 College and Mill., 1
40 Arlington aud HuioL
ordinary ront, and no Intercut? It
bo, call at room No. 808 Evorott
building, and Investigate tlio plan,
H. G. Grlfflu, room 808 Kveictt build
ing. Peoplo' 'phono 185.
NOTICE! will buy all tho. old horsos
and marc? that you do not want to
keep over winter. II. O. 'i'lramer
man, 213 Furnnco Bt, Akron, O.
Hel. 82a 180 if
READl GREAT BARGAIN! READ!
Ale you looking for the best "onl es
tate bargain ever offorod? Call at No.
C57 I Main st..aud get full partlcu'an.
A good seven rooiT house and barn. Hi
acres at land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 14.0
Dayton Si., North Hill. If sold Im
mediately, $1,000 will buy this prop
erty. SPECIAL NOTICD-Old Forgo Steam
Boiler Works. Earl Brown & Co.
Practical boiler makers. Oflico and
works, 102 Earlo st. Pcople'R 'phono
033. 'Phono 11041. 133-150 tf
PICTURES OF RUINS of city ball
Buchtel college Democrat picnic,
nud other places of Interest. Groups,
buildings' Interiors, etc., made to or
der. 15c and 25c each. E. J. Hcskln,
Demociat office. .
WHITEWASHING and patching. Or
ders sent to 110 S. High st. or tel.
414. A. T. Picket. 1022'tf
I 11 I -HI PI .. m
READl GREAT BARGAIN1 READl
Are you looking for the best real es
tate bargain over offered? Call at No.
357 S. Main st, and get full particu
lars. A good 1 room house and bain,
lVt acres of land with nil kinds bf fruit
trees. Property is located at No. 141)
Dayton st. North Hill. If sold lm
media ;cJy,$100O will buy this property.
"Cash paid for lapsed policies against
' old lino companies, and any kind
death claims. W. H. Stewart, tenth
floor Now York Life building, Chlca.
go, Ills. 100-172
SPECIAL TO BUILDERS AND
W6 are now prepared to furnish you
with any size of building material. If
you anticipate building, It will pay
you to Investigate ns wo have put In a
saw mill to saw up the lumber to suit
the purchasers. Before buying call or
telephone Bell 837. A. W. Mll(or,
manager of tho salt plant
Packing and Storing
WANTED Packing and storing. Fur
nltuio a specialty. Kratz's Furni
ture store, 140 S. Howard at
Sept. 24. Mcb. 24
FOR SALE Newspaper, weekly, and
job office. Town 15,000. Bargain
for right man. Don't wrlto unless
you hnvo money and wont to buy.
Bos 10, Barberton. 142tf
READ! GREAT BARGAINI READl
Are you looking for tho best real es
tate bargain ever offered? Call at No.
857 i. Main nt., and get full particulars.
A good deven room houso and barq, IVi
acres of land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton Bt, North Hill. If cold Im
mediately, $1,000 will buy this prpp
crty. READl GREAT BARGAINI READl
Aro you .coking for .ho bpst rtnl os
tato bargain over offered? Call nt No.
857 S. Main St., and get full particulars.
A good seven 100m bouse and barn, IVi
acrco of land with all kinds of fruit
trees. Property Is located at No. 140
Dayton st. North Hill. ,If sold im
mediately, $1,C00 will buj this prop
erty. SPECIAL NOTICE.
Below Is tho description and price of
a great bargain in a house and barn:
A good 7-room houso and barn, 1V4
acres of land, with all -kinds of fruit
trees, located at No. 149 Dnyton st,
North Hill. If sold at onco $1000 will
buy this property. ITor particulars,
call at No. 857 S. Main st. 2U0-tf
FOR SALE Four very desirable. lofs
on Kuder ave., also threo on Merrl
man st. These lots nro about 800 foot
from the beautiful Allen resldenco on
W. Market st. They aro worth- $000
to $1000 each, but to any one buying
within 30 days their choice will bo
given at a low figure. Ouo ot tho
lots would mako a first-class Inveatr
P. P. BOOK &. CO.,,.
220 S. Howard st
' I " - ! . 1 1 mmm
FOR SALE Lots 250 nud 251 In Swelt
zer 'and Stelner's allotment, second
addition 'to City of Akron. Spoclal
Inducements to a man who will
build. Enquhe of E. J. Hoskln. 103
Wills ave. or Domocrat ofilco. Tel,
47 Howo and Bowery.
48 West South.
40 Merrill pottery, Stato sf,
51 Howard aud Cherry .
52 No. 4 engine house.Mnln & Fair
53 Center st. railroad crossing.
54 Buchtel ave. and Union.
50 Akron Stonewaro Co.,i)tb ward.
57 Lods and Turner.
58 Perklua and Adolpb avc
50 Mnln, near I.O.O.F. Tomplo.
-01 Cub's uve. and Kent
62 Hlcbcrling mill. Sixth vard.
03 Johnstou and Champlaln.
G4 Akron Suw..ri)o Co., Black mill
05 Hill Sower Pipe Co., a Market
07 Carroll and Ifl. Muiket
08 Second ave. and Vl'y railroad.
00 JohiiKOn nnd Vnaou.
71 Urant and Cross.
72 North add Maple.
78 Werner Printing Co. . "
FOR SALE-By O. W. Grldley, 48
0 room hotiBo Splcer Ht. $1200.
0 room hoiiao W. Crosier st., $3000.
0 room lionso W. Codar st., $1850.
0 room hcuso Sumner Bt., 1500.
11 room houso Sumner st., $2700,
7 room house Wolf st., $1100.
7 room houso Cleveland st., $1500.
7 room houso" Wabash avc., $1500.
Bargains In lots. 'Phono 010.
ItEADI GREAT BARGAINI READl
Arc ou looking for the best real es
tate bargain over offered? Call at No"
357 S. Main ot.,and get full particulars.
A good sovon room house ai1 barn, IVi
acres of. land with all kinds of fruit
tires. Property Is .ocutcd' nt No. 140
Dnyton St., North Hill. If sold Im
mediately, $1,000 iv.'d buy this prop
erty. THE BRUNER. GOODHUE COOKE
Oldest Abstract office In tho county,
Our oxperieuco guarantees a correct
Abstract of rule.
Prices reasonable. Prompt oprvlce.
21b Uouth Main st
FOR SALE For the nest 30 days, at
private sale, I will sell a few moro
bul'dlng lots in n. S. Falor's allot
ment, on S. Mnln st, now Miller
school building, now Disciple church,
right In our midst; factories all
around us. Call at my odlcp, 417
Everett building. A. E. Kllng. ns
slgnco H. S. Falor. 105-100
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Will
sell lot on Brown ave., or exchange
fdr house nnd lot In good location
and pay 'difference. Address G. F.,
care Democrat Office. 155 tf.
FOR SALE 43 acres of lanJ, second
bottom, tW'o miles south of Hudson;
new house, price $1,-500; $200 down,
balance la ten years. Leroy Munson,
FOR SALE-By G. W. Grldloy. 'Phono
510. 03 acres, buildings, mlno In
operation will take city property
worth $2,000 part paymcut This is
a bargain. Call at once. 48 Central
FOR SALE By Bruner-Goodhuc-Cooko
Co., 232 S. Main st. Both
Look at 527 S. Main st, store and
dwelling, If you hnvo anything to
trade or desire to buy a place for less
than It isworth.
213 Johnston st, 8 rooms, modern
200 Thlrdjave., 0 rooms and barn,
209 Harvard, 8 rooms with furnace,
Elegant bat, 47 feet Just west of
Klrkwoodr- on rE. Buchtel ave., very
cheap at $1400.
VA aero lot, corner W. Market and
Cobb ave., "cheap.
48 acres" of land near Hammonds''
8 room house Spruce st, 55xl40,
$8700. f v
C lots on Beaver st!, cheap at $350
735 W. Cedar, $100 down, balance
6 per cent, $1500.
0 room houso Crozler st, lot 45x140,
2 lots on Grant st., 40x120 each,,
321 Carroll st, 8 rooms, 60x209, $2500.
143 Aich st, C rooms with barn,
G acres of land, Johnston st, good
for allotlng, $1800.
1201 E. Market, 10 rooms, up-to-date
houso, at a big sacrifice, $3100:
500 W. Thornton, ( 8 rooms, built on
If 'you want to mako 12 per cent on
yqur money Invest.
$1400 In a 10 room houso which we
havo for sale,
07 foot lot Park st, at SO per foot.
Lot 41x118 Zollars St., $25 down,
0 room botise Campbell st, lot S9x
101 Upson st, 8 rooms, two lots,
152 Arch st, nowly painted, double
house, $3000. '
205 St. Clair st, largo house and
1021 Bowery, 7 rooms, lot 42x102,
$1500. ' 5
220 Wooster ave., 00x153, 8 rooms,
114 Hawthorne ave., 8 rooms West
541 W. Market, lot 52x175, $3000.
Vacant lots in all parts of tho city.
FOR SALE Houses, ranging In prices
from $030 to $14,000. J. O. Kapp,
417 E. Mill St. 152-172
FOR SALE-Tho only lot left on
B,rown ave. Will sell cheap If sold
. soon. Addi ess F. W., Democrat
Office. 155 tf.
FOR SALE Houses, ranging In prices
from. $800 to $14,000. J. O. Kapp,
417 E. Mill st 1CS tf
74 North Union, near BluO.
75 Robinson Bros., N. Forgo st.
70 The Wbitmoro, Robinson Utl
7S D, Market aud Cook.
70 Homo st. near Lillian.
81 Western Linoleum Co. ".
B2 Summit Spwer Pipe Co,
bi Allyn and Cross.
84 llioi ton and Harvard.
Ht in i McNeil Boiler work
87 Thornton nnd Camp.
Ui Uurui miiiH B. Howard ot
02 Schuu.uiiiui cooper shop, X
J21 Geueinl Alarm.
123 Silver and d.ekory.
125 W. Markot and Itliodes ve.
282 Rcnnor's broweo, N. Forgo st
241 Sherman nnd Vorls.
251 Ccdnr and Wabasb avc.
853 W. Exchango and, near Willow,
312 Cuiicado mills. N. Howard,
ITOR SALE Hero Is the place you aro
looking for one of tho finest resi
dence properties on East Market st
A sacrifice; a floe homo and good
Fino rcsldonco on Arlington st,
$2,500, CO aero farm In Cuyahoga
Falls townBblp. E. M. Young, 31
Akron Savings bank block.
FOR SALE A Ono driving horse, also
rubber tired buggy.
Wldcs, , $
118 E. Mill st
FOR SALE Houses, ranging In prices
from 800 to $14,000. J.iO. Kapp, 417
E. Mill st. lC8.tf
FOR SALE One large delivery wagon,
extra heavy box and Scllo gear.
Can be seen nt Jackson Bros., or
Schumacher & Gamraetcr's. 108 tf
"A SAVING ACCOUNT-Ib a friend
In ndvers.ty." Start tha now year
right ty opening a savings nccoun.
with 'bo Central Savings bank. '6
per cent Interest paid on deposits.
Sepaiata departments for ladles and
special attention given to their ac
count. Jnn. 0, 1001
FOR RENT A front furnished, room,
all modern convenience, for ono or
two gentlemen, at No. 121 N. Forge
6t 150 tf
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
all modern conveniences; centrally
located. Inquire at 167 South
Broadway, Akron, O. 158-tf
FOR RENT Three room on Bluff st.,
at end of College, near Werner Co.
Water and furnace heat furnished.
G. W. Grldley, 48 Central bldg.
'Phono 510. 163 tf.
FOR RENT A sis room house, 172
S. Maple st. Key at 174 S. Maple. Ad
dress Mrs. Hattlq Williams, The
Frontennc, 'Suite 5,' 107 Prospect st.,
. Cleevland,' O. ? 1, 109-171
LOST A K. of P. watch charm, near
Lamparter's drug store, Saturday
night. Finder 'leave at the Democrat
office and receive reward. 170 tf
LOST Sunday , afternoon, a brooch,
set with amethyst,. somewhere be
tween Valley'' and Ac'queduct sts.
Finder return to Krause Dept. store,
and receive roward. 170-172
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EU
ROPE AND PARIS EXPO
Tickets via all leading lines at low
est rates. Information cheerfully giv
en upon application to O. D. Honodle,
ticket ngent. Union depot. Cook's per
sonally conducted tours. Apr2S-tf
HAVE YOU BUSINESS IN PITTS
BURG? Train leaving Akron 8:20 a. m., cen
tral time, arrives Pittsburg half-past
eleven via Pennsylvania Lines. Lunch
Is served in cafe parlor car en route
nnd you aro ready for business as soon
as you reach ho Iron City. Return
ing train leaves Pittsburg 5 p. m., ar
rives Akron 8:10 p. m. central rime,
giving you all afternoon in Pittsburg.
Ttetuinlng train also carries parlor
cafo car, serving good meals.
IS THIS CONVENIENT?
After finishing up business for tho
day in uron, leave on 2:30 p.m. train
via Hudson, take supper on dining
car en routo and enjoy a good night's
rest In comfortable sleeping car which
runs from Hudson through to New
Yoik. Passengers arrive Twonty-third
st. station, in tho heart of Now York,
at half past seven next morning. For
further Information see O. D. Honodle,
ticket agent, Akron.
ARE YOU GOING EAST? -
Tha man to see about tickets Is O.
D. nono'dle, at Akron Union station.
Train leaves dally at 2:80 p.tn., cen
tial time, via Hudson, from which
point there Is through sleeping car
service to New Yoik over Pennsyl
vania short lines. Supper Is served In
dining car en routo. Passengers reach
Now York 7:80 a.m. next day without
changing enrs after leaving Hudson.
HOW TO GO TO NEW YORK.
Loavo Akron 2:30 p.m., central time
any day on O.'A. & C, train via Hud
sou, arrive Ni.w York next morning
nt half past seven. Sleeping car to
New York frotn Hudson. Supper In
dining car en route. Ask O. D. Hon.
odle, ticket agent, Akron, about this
COMFORTABLE TRIP TO NEW
It may bo mado by leaving Akron
314 Flro chief's residence.
821 Adams and Upson.
841 Batch and Market
842 Maple, opposRo Ralcb.
845 Blttnian and Crosby.
851 Exchange and Splcer.
412 Wooster and Bt Clair.
413 bt. Clair and Bartges.
415 Water works. Wo oster ave.
431 Uwart Tllo works,
AFR'AID OF BEING KISSED,
Clever Story of n Mnn, a Maid nnd
nn Iron Kettle.
Hero Id an Ingenious Circassian sto
ry: A man was walking along on
road and a. woman along another. The
roads Anally united, nnd the man and,
tho woman, reaching tho junction ot
the samejlme, went on from hcro to
at 2:30 p.m., central time, any day via
Hudson. Sleeping car from Hudson
to Now York. Supper In dining car
en route, so that passengers need not
leave the train between Hudson and
New York City. Details about tickets
etc., will bo furnished by Ticket Agent
O. D. Uonodle, Akron.
j& j$ mental
Eight 'now and elaborate seta of
scenery aro carried by tho Vance com
pany who arc at the Grand for three
nights and Saturday matinee, com
mencing Thursday, Nov. 8 to produce
Mr. Vance's own carefully followed
version ol Mrs. Southworth's famous
novel, "The Hidden Hand," which will
be played by the capable company on
Saturday matinee, and the latent pro
duction of Mr. Vance's great hit In
comedy Is that ever laughing side-splitting
bit of work called "Queen of thu
Circus." This piece Is beautifully cos
turned and calls forth every effort and
the full taleut of Manager Vance's
clever company. The play w'.th the
elaborate scenery painted by T. A. Fol
11s for both of the above pieces and
that wonderful little "Beatrice" head
ing the bill Is sure to creato-a most fa
vorable Impression on nil who wit
ness the performances. -
A good play noeds no eugolistlc L
troductlon. To announce the coiniu
of Hoyt's "A Tin Soldier" is still
dent. Suffice It to say that the pn
ductlou this season Is absolutely ue
and the most expensive ever given t
farce comedy. Tho cast Is composec
of ladles and gentlemen who have beei
selected on account of their rcputatloi
as farcical fun-makers and Include
such well known artists as Miss Maj
Flske, who created such a sensation
In New York city the past season on
account of her beautiful and artistic
rendition of her original Scotch ballads,
as well as Loy Qulnton, Jas, F. Lee,
Harry Bond, Phil Barnard and M
mora Hallam. "A Tin Soldier" will
be the attraction at the Grand Opera
house on Tuesday evening, Nov.
6. A special ten act vaudeville per
formance has also been arranged for
11 o'clock, consisting of the very best
talent obtainable and a special wire
has been placed to announce tho elec
tion returns. Thus giving both ladles
and gentlemen an opportunity of good
amusement and hearing the election
returns at a cost of 25 cents. This
will bo after the regular performance.
State of Ohio, City ot Toledo, ) ,,
Lucas County, ) "
Frank J. Ohoney makes oath that ho Is the
senior partner of tlie arm of F. J, Cheney i
Co., doing buslnesB In tho City pf Toledo,
county nnd stnto aforesaid, nnd that snld
Brm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
OLLARB for etjh nnd every case of ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Oatorrh Cure. .., . '
FRANK J CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this 6th day ot Docembor, A.D. 1SS0.
(.) ' A. W. GLBAbON,
i seal Notary rubllc.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces ot the system. Send for testimon
ials, froe. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druEglsts. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills nro the best.
He Sorry to hear your engagement
with young Do Rooks Is off.
She Yes. He ran away and enlist
ed to flgnt in China, the cowaidl
Asklt Is Loafer a lazy mau?
Telllt Lazyl Why, ho has killed so
much time ho Is ashamed to look a
clock In the face. BtMmoro Ameri
can. Mrs. T. Brlddleman of Parshallvllle,
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for thirteen years aud had tried a num
ber of doctors without relief. Afer
two or three applications of Banner
Salve, her hands became better nntt
In a short tlmo sho was entirely cured.
J. M. Latter, J. Lamparter & Co.,
gother. Tho man was carrying a large
Iron kettle on his back. In ono hand
he held by tho leg a llvo chicken. In the
other a cane, and he was leading a
goat Just as they were coming to a
dKm, dark ravlno the woman paid to
"I nra afraid to go through that dark
rnvino with you. It Is a lonely place,
and you might overpower mo and kiss
mo by 'force."
"If you aro afraid of that," said tho
man, "you shouldn't havo walked with
me at all. How can I possibly over
come you nnd kiss you by force when I
bave this great Iron kcttlo on my back,
a cano In ono hand and a Uve chicken
In tho other nnd am leading a goat? I
might as well bo tied band and foot."
"Yes," replied tho woman, "but It
you should stick your ano Jni tho
ftr Wlen jn wut Kciesbsttnta tf 1$
all kUj, nch iu Imported ud s
TO, uqoorc id Bern S
ill niitwif MAJf jkfttalnaMii wist f
Aiateuv .. ,
W 200-202 E. Market st. Jj?
gj DETTLING BROS., Props. 2
;The Dixon Transfer Co,
Conl, Tranxfer nnd Livery
Fecklng, Moving and Storing of Good.
Coachti, Cera pet nnd Carriages for funeral,
wedding parties and callings.
123 and 125 Carroll St Tel. Ho. 30
Moving Vass, General Tetmlag
r.d TriailerrtBg. rireels anil
Trunks eUrere4. Transient
' asa BJirdlng Stssle.
Office and stable, 228-230 W. Market SU
Buth telephones, 1(0. 257.
Livery, Botrdlng, Feed and
Sale Stablo ....
Cor. (Villi and Hlgli at.
First-class Service is Every Respect
t hone 372, E. Vf. Cubblson, Prop.
Growers of Vt!re
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling..
Alv.nyi on hand. All orders promptly
ailed. Bpeclal attention given to mail
Schaedler & Rhein, Kellys island 0.
ur bpeclalty. Special rates. Wo
h clean, good finish, don't ruin fab
. Will call for and deliver goods,
trial Is all wo ask.
45 EAbT i.XCHANOB ST.
10 7Z. GEO. E. ETZ. Prop.
J. K. WILLIAMS
achine Shop and Foundry
rXBRY MACHINERY, BUBBEB
MOULDS AND DIES,
eral machine and foundry work.
Lawn Mowers Sharpened.
For So wine M
chines, 1 ype writers,
Fira Anns, ate Tho
Highest urcae. ust a
from your dealer.
IS TEE LAUlTDEr BUSIHESS.
Your Inundry 111 bo clean, white and
bave a leautlful finish, without destroy
ing the material laundered. A trial
opeknge will convince you.
THE SIXTH WARD LAUNDRY,
13 T DUCr 11S3 East Market Bt.
C. D. JKEED, rhone IIS6
Ej3 STUB I.-U8TJ1EI
7 "A HI " Furniture. niAob
I TUUr. IttrfwooaFlnus
I IMim Bros, o Co.
Business Men's Restaurant.
Meals served at all hours. Fino Im
ported and domestic Wet Goods and
Cigars. Under Central Savings Bank.
.JoHn Koerber, Prop.
FOR EVhRY PURPOSE.
Exchange and Water Sts.
Fragrant ns ripo fruit Pure us a
mountnln sprlug Hoary with age and
a blessing to men when rightly used--.
that's Harper Whiskey!
J44 South Howard st,
Manufacturer of all kinds of brashes.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O.
ground and tio tho goat to It and turn
tho kcttlo bottom side up and put tho
chicken under It, then you might wick
edly kiss me In spite of my resist
ance." "Success to thy Ingenuity, O wom
an 1" said the man to himself. "I should
never havo thought of this expedient"
And when they camo to tho ravlno ho
stuck bis cane Into the ground and
tied the goat to It gavo tho chicken to
tho woman, baying, "Hold It while 1
cut some grass for tho goat," and then,
lowerlug tho kettle from bis shoulders,
bo wickedly kissed the woman, as she
was afraid be would. Stray Stories.
"What a beautlfuV volumo'of Emot
ion's 'Essays' you have, MIsa Madge."
"Yes. Isn't It lovely? It'a a caudj
boxWndlunapoUa Journajr- '" "