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AKRON t)AILY DEMOCRAT., MONDAY. OCTOBER 28 1 J)01
You t0 feel that yu are welcome to the use of THE DEMOCRAT'S LINER COLUMNS in advertising for
male or female help or for a situation. We make no charge for them to the people of this vicin
ity. Business Announcements under these heads and all other classified advertisements, twenty-four words,
three times, 25 cents in advance; 50 cents if charged.
WANTHD-A dopipetcnt girl Cor gen
eral housework'. Must give refer
ence. Address P. O. Box 47-1. Cuya
hoga Falls. 101-103X
"WANTED Girl for general house
work. Small family, good wages,
light work. Euquhe Grand Opcia
,W ANTED IB experienced salesladies.
Apply at M. Louer's at 7 o'clock this
WANTED A first-class experienced
stenographer Immediately. Apply
at the office of tho Werner Co.
WANTED Girl to do housework. Ev
'cry convenience'; waslilng ''or not,
as preferred. 102 Hurlbittt ave.,
West Hill. 1034C5X
WANTED An active Intelligent sales
lady to sell high grade perfume ,ind
"formulas" for making purfumes.
Address, "G" Democrat Ofllco.
WANTED 15 experienced salesladies.
Apply at M. Louer's at 7 o'clock tills
WANTED A good cook. The besfof
wages to competent help. Apply at
1043 E. Market s.t 101 it.
WANTED Lady responsible to repre
sent our business and supply to
trade in Akron. No money needed.
Address Model Toilet Co, r. O. box
340, Springfield, O. 159-104
To do needle work at home, and agree
to pay from $0 to $10 per week. We
bell hundreds of thousands of dollnrs'
worth of fancy work and nro always
behind with our orders. We can uso
now utmost any number of ladles at
their own homes for pleasant and
profitable employment. Send stamp
for particulars or send 15c for our
MAMMOTH CATALOGUE of every
thing men, women and children wear
at wholesalo. Address,
COLUMBIA MFG. &
'Manufacturers, Jobbers, Importers.
225 Dearborn 8t Chicago.
FREE WANTED MALE HELP. -
"WANTED Man to work on farm do
ing chores, middle aged man prefer
red. Apply at milk depot, 133 S.
WANTED 15 experienced clothing
salesmen. Apply at M. Louer's at
7 o'clock this evening. 103-lOlx
WANTED Five or six boys. Steady
work at tho Marblo works, AVest
Center st. 102-104.X
15 experienced clothing
Apply at M. Louer's at
this ovonlng. 102.x
YOUNG MEN for Railway Mall
Clerks, Intor-Stato Corres, Inst.,
Cedar Rapids, In. 150-180.
iWANTED-A lot on West Hill, with
in 800 feet of Market st. Must face
cast or north, with all Improve
ments. Will pay cash and build
$3,000 house. Hale & Coatcs, 314
Everett building. 100 tf
"WANTED To exchange valuable
city property for a first class 'farm.
Call or write 500 Chestnut st,
Mrs. J. B. Woods. 160-105
JTOUND Tho best placo to borrow
money privately on furniture, without
removal; easy terms. N. M. Berk,
103 S. Howard, both phones. 4-tf
Free to Everybody
500 BOTTLES OF THE WORLD'S FAMOUS
Walther's Peptonized Port
Will be Given Away FREE
Laffer's Drug Store, corner JMain and Exohange sts.,
Buoll & Lomaster's Drug Store, cornor Main and Bartgos sts.,
Inman Bros."'' Drug Store, 1184 East Market st.,
Gotleib Eberhard's Drug Store, cprner Exchange and Grant sts., and
F. W. Albrecht's Drug Store, East Oontor and Buchtel ave.
On Wednesday Morning From 9 to 12
' Ou-t Out -tHls Ad.
;And sign your iinme and address and
you wlirrecelve one bottle of Walther's
LOST Sunday ovcnlng, on S. Howard
or between Howard st and Flvo
Points a dark fur martin collar.
Finder return to 101 Tallmadgc st.
and receive roward.
FI1EE WANTED SITUATIONS.
WANTED. An experienced wall order
coricspondcnt and general office man
desires position. Best of references,
Bond if desired. Address 0. W. G.,
Akron O. 1G1-163X
WANTED Position by boy 10 years
old, insido preferred. Cau mako
himself generally useful. Address,
Homer, caro Democrat. tf
FOR nENT HOUSES.
FOIt KENT 8-room house, 124 N
Union st., all modern conveniences;
$30 per month. Apply to G. W.
Gridley, 48 Central Bldg. Tel. 510.
FOB, nENT Modern eight room
, house, all improvements, to family
without small children, at 022 E.
Exchange st. Mrs. M. O. Voss.
FOIt KENT New eight-room, house,
in Euclid ave. Piped for gas. good
well water. Inquire 202 Wooster
ave. Both phones. People's 884;
Bell 724. , 15S-1C3.
WANTED Good reliable book agents
male or female, steady and profita
ble employment. CalJ and (fee books.
Keystone Book Co., 310 Hamilton
block. S. P. Hartzell, m'gr.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two furnished ' rooms,
with all modern conveniences. 308
Bowery st 147 tf
FOR RENT Desk room In Hamilton
building. Apply at room 100.
FOR RENT Furnished front room,
515 West Market 150104
FOR RENT Four rooms. All modern
conveniences. Call at Miller's Shoe
Store,'606 S; Main st -102-164.
FOR RENT Boom 20x00 at 120 N.
Howard st. Nowly papered, painted
and fixed up. Rent reasonable. En
quire 131 N. Howard st. JO-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Restaurant confection
ary, lco cream and cigar stand, at
Involco price. Centrally located, do
ing good business, closest investiga
tion invited. Three living rooms con
nected, rent $10. Address L. B., 320
Doylestowu, O. 158-102
FOR SALE Squaro piano In flue con
dition. Rosewood case, good tone.
Cheap for cash. Edward Myers, 300
College st. 102-104
FOR SALE Carnerc,, -wide angle
Wizard, 5x7. Two-sets lens. Good
as new. Call 307ltJrown st
FOR BALE-A CO-gallon milk route,
horse, and wagon, etc. Address
"Good Route," care 'Democrat
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALETwo building lota near
tno new Miner scnool and Fourth
Church of Christ. A bargain. Ad
dress, Real Estate, caro Democrat
. 78 tf.
FOR SALE Lots at Frultland park.
Don't wait until they nreall sold
and then bo sorry you don't own
one, but sco Hale'fi Coates at 814
Everett building. Tel. 773.
AVIUl CSS tMrMIMIM Mlf llfq
TT"!"' i '; ' ""i" ; ' '-'
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOIt SALE by .G. W. Gridley, 48
Central Savings building; phono 510:
8 room modern house, May st, on
0 room house, 101 Yale St., $1550.
New 0 room house, Nnsh St., 1700.
7 room house, 205 Wolf st, $1200.
3 acres of land, good house, 287 H
North St., $2100.
0 room bouse, largo lot, 213 Sherman
5 room house, lot 74 feet front, 127
Sherman st., $1250.
7 room houso room on lot for another
house, 400 Wabash avo a bargain,
$1300. 150 tf.
FOK SALE Tho property on East
Market st, and on Park st., known
as tho Talman estate. Inquire of
John O. Bloomficld. 104 S. Main st
FOK SALE-By J. I. Bachtel, 188
S.' Howard st, phono 722.
Special bargains, cor S. Main and
Falor ave., G rooms and deep lot, to
close at once $1100.
$1200 buys 6 rooms, barn, lot 55x100,
plenty of water, sower and gas In
street, 002 Allyn st close to Thornton,
0 rooms, slate roof, stone founda
tion, Bachtel ave, $1500.
$1450 for 7 rooms, barn and good
lot, handy to cars, N. Hill.
FOR SALE Farm of 81 acres, 0 miles
west of Akron on the Smith road.
Good buildings. Inquire of Dr. I.
J. Baughman, West Richfield, .
FOR SALE Brouse & Holllnger.
427 Park st, 10 rooms, in one of the
best locations in Akron, rents for
twenty-five dollars per month, $2,300.
208 North Prospect, nil modern im
provements, opposite Grace park, fine
557 West Exchange, 0 rooms $2,000.
118 S. High, 0 rooms $2,200.
Corner Stone and North sts., Cuya
hoga Falls, 7 rooms, large lot, $1,050.
G23 Yale, near Long, 8 rooms, gas,
house nearly new, $1,550. '
500 W. Cedar, 8 rooms, gos, water,
sewer, now house, $2,700.
307 Bowery, 8,rooms, water, sewer,
gas, slate roof, $2,500.
1074 Bowery cor. Thornton, saloon
with living rooms overhead, $2,000.
Ill Fay, 8 rooms, furnace, bath, im
proved street, cheap at $2,800.
215 Bluff st, 0 rooms, well of soft
waiter, natural gas, $1,825.
704 Home 8 rooms, furnace, gas In
all looms, slate roof, $1,500.
123 Beacon, near Splcer, 5 rooms,
well, fruit, 2 story houso, $1,200.
Fine property on North. Hill near
school house, good house, nice barn,
330 Snyder, 5 rooms, $1,200.
137 Benjamin, 5 rooms, $1,400.
515 W. Chestnut, 7 rooras'$l,050. '
003 South Broadway, 7 rooms,
207 May, 8 rooms, largo lot, furnace,
gas, sewer, good well, $2,100..
507 East South 0 rooms $1,200.
Fine lot Weeks st, $185.
209 Silver St., 8 rooms, gas, elec
tricity, with all modern improvements,
8 good properties Nebraska st, $1,
A fine large lot corner York and Sec
ond, very near N. Howard, $050.
Ill Lods, very near Howard,' look at
this, $1350. .
508 W. Buchtel ave., 7 rooms, large
lot slato roof, $2,000.
605 Splcer, 100 foot front, 0 rooms,,
barn, furnace,' fruit, $3,000.
The ilnesflots for the money in the
city are in the Galo, Haynes and Ak
kron Boulevard, (near Thornton and
South) Allotment,, with gas sewer and
wator, also, streets on grade., There
have been 14 houses built on the
Boulevard Insido of one year.
Seo us before you buy any real es
tate. We ran furnish the money to
aid you in your purchases.
BROUSE & HOLLINGER,
220 South Main street 402
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Six room house, slate
roof, gas for heat and light; large lot;
only ten minutes' walk from Hall's
corners; $1400; easy terms.
New 0-rooni house, North Hill, near
cars; nice- shado trees, low price, easy1
8-room house, gas for heat and
light, bath, water and sewer connec
tions, one squaro from corner of Mar
ket and Maple st.. now rented for
$10 per montti; owned by non-resident,
and will sell for $1550; easy terras.
0. H. & S..E. Jones, Central Bldg.
Phono 452. 145 tf
One 5 room house.
One. 4 room houso.
One 0 room house.
These houses are
new and wlll be
cold on easy pay
ments. A. D. ALEXANDER
WANTED HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
We pay best CASH PRICES for
If you want to sell, call us up.
ARENSON & BEAR, 530 S. Main st.
Phone 102. 4 doors nort3h of Buch
tel ave. 140-174
PRIVATE HOME For confinements,
competent nurse and physician in
attendance. All private diseases
treated confidentially. Address Box
234, Akron,, O. 1C0-1G2.
PACKING AND STORING.
WANTED Packing and storing. Fur
niture a specialty. Kratz's Furniture
Store, 140 S. Howard st. Peopl&'a
phone 042. Sept. 24. 1000 tf
A. 'D. ELLIS i
"""M , - "1 Alovlng Vans, Gonsral Tonm.
I if Jrlil, JngnndTrniisrerrlnd. 1'arcoU
v-xv-l-'-1J arid Trunks delivered. Trail
lent and , Boarding stable. Team nul
driving boraes lor isle.
Ofiloe and Stable. 228-280 W. Mar
ket., tyjth phones No. 257. i
H. G. DAVIS
House Wiring and
107 on the VIADUCT
ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
The Brunei, Coodhue Cooke Co.
Oldest Abstract ofllco in the county,
Our experience grarantees a correct
Abstract of Title.
Prices reasonable. Prompt service.
215 South Main it
DRAWING AND DESIGNING.
,H. J. BINGHAM, M.E.
. . GENERAL DRAWING
21 Aroade Block Akron.. O
Akron Clothes cs Pressing Co.
Full suits, sponged nnd pressed.. 75c
Ovorcoats, sponged and pressed, ...50c
Pants, sponged and pressed 25c
Gleaning business suits $2.00
Pants cleaned 75c
Goods called for and delivered to
any port of tho city. Mall orders giv
en prompt attention. People's phone,
754; Bell, 8530.
114 Mill St.. Opp. City Building
Try the Democrat's Liner Columns.
jMiMW'iMMWC-' ' " - ant
(These prices furnished dally by I
Kryder & Sous.)
Wheat, per bu., 72c.
Rye, per bu., COc.
Oats, per bu., 80c, 38c. ,
Corn, cracked, cwt, $1.50.
Middlings, per cwt, No. 1, $1.05,
Bran, per cwt., 05c.
Timothy, No. 1, baled, per ton, $11,
Wheat straw, haled, per ton, f5, $0.
Timothy, per bu, $2.25, $2.50,
Clover seed, ?i.50, $3.
Oats, pet bu., 40c, 43c.
Corn, ear, per bu., 81c.
Hay, baled, per cyft. 70c, 70c.
Straw ba'cil, per bale, COc.
(These prices furnished dally by
Jas. Clulsty Jr. & Co.)
Green calf hides, No 1, per lb. Oc.
Green hoof hides, No. 1, per lb., 7c.
Sheep pelts, 1540.
Tallow per lb, 4c.
(These prices furnished dally by
Armour &, Co.
Sugar cmed hums, 11 to 1191.
Skinned houis, 1194.
California hams, 8c.
Clear bacon, 12c to 12c.
Summit Plating Works
207 Water St., Cor. W. Stato st.
tinder tho Acmo Pattern Worki
Gold, Bllvcr. Motol, Copper. Itr&ti,
Uronr.e mid Oxidizing. Illcyrlo and Move
'luting iinpeelnlty. All Worfc guaranteed,
work called for nnd delivered. Your pM
lonago Is solicited. I'eoplos Phone 017 and
, A. ADAMSON
FOUNDRY, .MACHINE and
Given Prompt Attention.
Let us Figure on Your Next Job.
.jBoth Phonos 681
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN
If you need mouey, you can borrow
fiom us &t most reasonable rates and
on most favorable terms.,
P. P. BOOK & CO.
229 South Howard Street
8. 4 AND 6 PER CENT INTEREST
Paid on certificates of deposit and
MADE ON REAL ESTATE ON
SHORT NOTICE, AT PREVAILING
THE tTNTTED STATES BUILDING
AND LOAN CO.
Paid In capital and surplus, $550,000.
By W. 0. MARPLE,
Buchtel Hotel building.
6 Per Cent. Interest on
Paid by the Akron Building & Loan
Association, the oldest largest and
strongest savings Institution in Sum
mit county. Has paid out over $350,
000 to its depositors since 1880. Now
has $18,000 surplus as additional se
curity to Its members, besides loaning
its funds all on first real estate mort
gage. If you have money to invest
call and Investigate.
0. I. BRUNER, Socy.
232 S. Main st
TO LOAN-$200, $300, $500, $700, $800,
$1,000, $1,200 and $1,1500. J. I. Bach
tel 183 South Howard st. 'Phone
722. 105 tf
Real Estate and Loans
Loans made on good security at low
rate of Interest.
, Chas. J. Hazen
802 Hamilton Building
WHEN SICKNESS COMES, it Is a
handy thing to have a bank account
to fall back upon. Thrco per cent
Interest on tlmo deposits. Separate
department for ladles. Central Sav
iugs bank, corner Mill and Main sts.
"NTo ill Ck-r Fays oa3h tor
JLN CuLLLCX seoond-hand eleo
238 S,. Howard' St.
Hummel's Haok Line
Hacks leave Barberton 0:30 a. m.,
and 4:45 p. m.
Leave Doylcston 8 a. m and 3 p. m.
GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
FISH AND 0Y8TERS.
'ClamS at the
Edson Pish Market
Anything for sale or trade, try
Dried beef, 11, 14.
Simon pure lard, in tierces, 1091.
Country kettlo lard, in tierces, 0)1.
Compound lard 791 In tierces.
00 lb. tubs, q over tierces.
Dressed beef, 0 t6 8'c.
Dressed calves, 0, 10.
Dressed hogs, Vj to 8.
Dressed hogs, 8c.
Cattle, live, ?2.C0 to '$5.
Sheep, $3 to $4.75.
Hogs, $0 to $0.25.
Spring lambs, urccsed, 0, 0.
Spring lambs, live, 4 to 5.
(Theso prices furnished, dally by Nelan
Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz. 23
Chickens, live, per lb; ,8c to '10c.
Butter, country, per. lb., 20c.
Potatoes, per bu., 00 'to 70.
Eggs, strictly fresh, per dz, 21-20.
Chickens, dressed, per lb., 14c to 10c.
Butter, creamery, per lb, 28c.
Butter, country, per lb, 2-lc.
Potutocs, 25c a pk,
0. M. Phelps, Forealdale, Vt., says
his child was completely cured of a
bad case of eczema by the use of Do
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of all counterfeits. Jt lustantly re
lieves plies, t
William yarner, ,ueiu Pharmacy, 11?
S. Howard ut,
I; A '
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.. -- iig.'i'mi-u. :..' Jj.wjn
The Modern Idea
Cure of Indigestion and
Has been the study of the doctors of the old Rchool and the doctors of the
new school, and both proclaim that nothing li more effective to the digestive
organs than pure pepsin in order to get all the nutriment out of the food
partaken of and assimilated to the system.
The proclamation that if HiIh tt eat ment is accompanied by a proper
tonic to meet the effects of the uuusu al work upon tho digestive organs
such as pure port wine, THEN THE WORST OASE OF DIGESTION OR
DYSPEPSIA must succumb to the combined actions of pepsin nnd port
wine. The happy thought of such a common sense remedy is represented
So much talked about nil over the country, recommended by every drug
gist and prescribed now by thousands of the most prominent physicians.
BE HAPPY ONCE MORE
STOP QUARRELING- WITH YOUR STOMACH
TODAY IS THE DAY
To start in to take this world famous WALTHER'S PEPTONIZED PORT.
You will feel the wonderful effects after the first few doses, and by
continuing for a short time you soon will be a new person.
Special demonstrators at Harper's drug store, 150 S. Howard st and In
man Bros., 1181 E. Market st.
Wo do FACIAL TREATMENT;
MANICURING, OHIROPO D I S T.
HAIRWORK, HAIRDRESSING at
home, or our parlor, 131 S. Howard
(up stairs.) I. L. Arnold, proprietress.
HAND-TURNING of every descrip
tion; architects' designs given spe
cial attention. E. M. Weygandt,
225 W. Maiket st People's 'phone
107. Res. 347. 200 tf
The Amerioan Fire Insurance Co.
Of Philadelphia Capital $500,000.
The Graham-Baum Co.
102 t f
BRUSHES AND BROOMS.
Vanufncturer ot nil klndi ot Brtunoi.
Orders promptly attended to.
1C5 S. MAIN BT. AKRON.
Money Loaned on Collaterals.
Business Enterprises Promoted.
Buy and Sell Local Stocks.
Suite 200, Hamilton Building
FEED AND FLOUR
Best quality of baled hay, corn, oats,
and ground feed, chicken feed, oil
meal, etc. Best prices paid for grain,
218 North Main Street
THE DEMOCRAT PRINTS THI5
Project of Local Unions to Build One Has Been
A. labor temple will no doubt be
included among Akron's public build
ings within tho next fe-fv years. Tho
project to build one has lately been
revived by tho unions, and it Is said
somo generous contributions are in
sight. The advisability" of such' a
building has been suggested by tho In
creasing number of unions, and tho
necessarily Increasing nggregato of
money paid for rent by each union. It
has been llgured that a labor temple
could bo maintained for considerably
less money than Is paid for rent an,
nually by the various, uulops and
then tho better conveniences to be had
are nlso argued in favor of tho temple.
Some havo ndvocated a building largo
enough to provide ofllco rooms from
which revenue could bo obtaluefl. The
I building, as suggested by oaie, would
of the Rational
Business Men's Restaurant
Meals served at all hours. Fine im
ported and domestic Wet Goods and
Cigars. Under Central Savings Bank.
JOHN KOERBER. Proprietor
The Dickson Transfer Co
Coal. Transfer and Livery.
I'ncklng, Moving nnd htorlng ot Good.
Conebes, loupe and Carriages lor lunorals,
-fttddlugB, parties and cnlllngs.
Offices Nos. 123-126 Carroll st., tel.
306. No. 110 N. High st., tel. 428.
ANOTHER REDUCTION PAN
Via Erie It. R., commencing Satur
day, Oct. 5th and every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday rate to Buf
falo and return will be $3.05, good re
turning Ave days from date. Trains
leave 1:08 a.m., 0 a.m. and S:54 a.m.
CHEAP RATES AGAIN TO THE
On Oct lGth, Nov. 5th and 10th and
Dec. 3rd and 17th. 1001, tho Northern
Pacific will sell Home-seekers' excur
sion tickets to western points reached
via. Its line, at one fare plus $2 for
the round trip. For further informa
tion regarding rates, write E. C.
Schoen, D. P. A. N. P. ., 305 Park
building, Pittsburg, Pa., or address
Chas. S. Fee. G. P. & T. A. N. P. B,,
St Paul, Minn.
CENTRAL PASSENGER ASSOCIA
The Erie Rnllroad now sells and ac
cepts C. P. A. mileage orders.
ONE FARE PLUS 52 FOR THE
Is the rate the Northern Pacific will
make to western points reached via
its lino on account of Home-seekers'
excursions. Selling dates will bo Oct
15th, Nov. Gth and 10th and Dec. 3rd
and 17th. For further information
write E. 0. Sclioen, D. P. A. N. P. R.,
803 Park building, Pittsburg, Pa., or
address Chas. S. Fee, G. P. & T. A.,
N. P. R., St. Paul, Minn.
WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR VACA
TION, Have tho Daily Democrat sent to you,
and keep in touch with affairs at
home. 25 cents a month anywhere in
the U. S.
contain a hall for lectures, or other
exercises which, by leason of having
no special hall, the unions say, have
not been as elaborate as thoy doslre.
VI had long suffered from Indiges
tion," writes G. A. LeDels, Cedar City,
Mo. "Like others I tried many prepar
ations but never found anything that
did mo good until I took ICodol Dys-
l pepsla Cure. Ono bottlo cured me.
. A friend who has suffered slmllarlly I
' pjit on tho use of ICodol Dyspepsia
1 Cure. Ho Is gaining fast and will
soon bo able to work. Before ho
used ICodol Dyspepsia Cure, Indiges
tion had tuado him a total wreck.
William Warner, Gem Pharmacy, 113
S. Howard St..
Tlint'a WUt It In.
"What do you think of thU Idek of
destroying the unaqulto wltn oIlT"
"Crude, Isn't it?" CJeveUnd Plt'n
MrfW' k IhiaWjl&'ii