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MONDAY, MAt 2(1, 1002.
There Is no other season wlion good
rnodlcino la so much needed as In Uio
Tho blood Is Impure, weak and
impoverished n condition Indicated
by pimples and othor eruptions on tho
faeo nnd body, by deficient vitality,
loss of appetite, lack of strength), and
want ot animation.
. and Pills
Mako tho blood puro, vigorous and
rich, creato appetlto, glvo vitality,
strength and animation, nnd euro
11 oruptions. Havo tho whole family
begin to lake them today.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In
otir family for some time, and always with
Rood roa'ults. Last spring I was all run
down and got a bottlo of It, and as usual
received great benefit." Miss Bxcun
Botci, Stowo, Vt.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cure and keeps tho promise.
Sdtve a Little and
You've made a Little
Tho best way to savo
is to open an accouiit
at 'this bank. We
pay you 8 per cent,
on savings accounts.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
108 South Howard St.
GEO. W. CEOUSE,
IT. C. STOITE,
Are two qualities to. con
sidor In choosing your bank
account. Your money Is
with us, and we pay 8 percent
Interest on savings accounts
nnd certificates of deposit.
Our LAcatfQn sa.Vs SSJS?St
run tint n PtTi
,. For Convenience. )'
Universalist Choir Did Honor to
- The choir at the Universalist church
Bundaymo rnlng was composed of
tbout '35 Tolces, representing the pres
ent membership and some of the old
members. This extra attendance was
In honor of the leader, .Mrs. Ella Case
Holaday, who will bo married Tues;
day evening to o'Mr. Richards, of New
York. After serv.Jces, a picture of the
choir was taken by Photographer H.
O. Beck. Thrfplcture shows the mora,
bers standing on tho steps leading to
the, mala entrance to the church.
Former Buchtel Student Is Circus
A former Buchtel studsnt' is trav
eling wjtn ningllng Bros., as circus
physician. He 1 Dr. Arthur, Gollmer,
who graduated from tho Bush Medl
jn'l College last year. Dr. Gollmer is
a cousin of tho Blngllngs.
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A DELICIOUS FOOD.
A Scientific Combination of
Coroals and Nut Oils.
The 'inventive brain of man has Just
discovered a process whereby certain
tereals are combined with the eniul
litled oil of nuts Into n food, and calls
By a new and scientific process the
tereals are twlee-cooked, and ex
posed to Intense heat, converting tho
itarch Into dextrin, making it diges
tible and the addition of' the eraul
lifted oil of nuts, produces a food thac
fe-'ntalns four tlines ihe "brain," fle'sli,
huscle, and tissue building properties
A number of so-called pre-dlgested
toods have been offered the" public In
(he past, but a careful analysis shows
ihat many of them abound In starch,
causing the formation of gas In the
Itoroach and bowels.
The cereals contained In Malt-Nut
ire taken through the first and hard
est stages of digestion, making It easy
f assimilation and nn assistant In
the digestion of other foods.
Malt-Nut can he served' direct from
(he package with half mlllc nnd cream"
or Into a ecore of palatable dishes.
Bold by nil good grocers. Mndq by
American Puro Food Co., Ltd., Battle
l.,.Creck,.MIch. ." w -vsw
To Obtain New
Chevaliers Have Ar
ranged For One.
Keady For Picnic.
Whole Lot of News
At la meeting of Akron Castle Wed
nesday evening It was Unanimously
decided to appoint leaders and divide
tho castle Into two divisions, nnd enter
a contest for ninety days, beginning
June 1, 'and ending August 31, to see
which side can sreuro tho intrat mem
bers, a banquet to be nerved ut tho
the close of the contest, provisions for
which ore mndo in the proposition which
was presented by the' Supremo Coun
cil. Tho Noble Chevalier Appointed
as leaders Master at Arms Roy L.
'Lynda and Worthy Clerk 13. T. Jones.
The leaders nre already making their
arrangements and further announce
ments will bo made from time, to time.
This promises to be a spirited. contest,
and will undouDtedly result In an ad
dttlon of scores of members, as many
liave already signified their Intention
of becoming members under the pro
visions of this contest
v On Monday evening, "the 10th', an offi
cial visit was made to Conncaut Castle,
Conneaut, 'O., by Supreme Secretary
Stratton, Deputy F. A. Placo and Clerk
E. T. Jones, who, with the assistance
of officers of Conneaut and Ashtabula
Castles, exemplified the Esquire's and
Ohevaller's degrees with a class of
23: a special car carrying 'about 20
members of Ashtnl ,i Castle to Con
neaut for this meeting.
On Tuesday evening Supremo Secre
tary Stratton addressed a public meet
ing at Youngstown, where .i fine pro
gram was rendered to a large and ap
A castle was instituted at Wnus
worth, on Friday evening, by Deputy
Geo. Lynds, assisted by Supreme Sec
retary Stratton. Some of the best peo
ple of Wadsworth belong to nis castle.
I. K. Umbarger", district manager,
called at the oiBce'on-hrs' return from
Ashtabula and reports the lodge in
Messrs. M. F. Cook, of Canton, and
M. T. Bollinger, of Wheeling, W. Va.,
two prominent Pathfinders, called at
tho Supreme office this week.
Aki'on lodge nppolnted a picnic com
mittee nt the lost meeting to make ar
rangements for our annual picnic.
T. Harvey Smith, Supreme Guard,
called at the Supremo Lodge rooms
The Supreme Lodgo has been obliged
to ndtl two more rooms to the office,
on account of t'ho increased business,
nnd hopes to bo able to take care
of tlie work better in the future. We
now have a Directors' room nnd nn ad
ditional stock .room for printed matter.
At 'tho regular meeting of Akron
Lodge last Monday night, a committee
was appointed to make necessary ar-
rangements .for. tho. annual memorial
services to bo held In G. At R. hall on
.Monday evening, May 20. Brother U.
C. Cnywood will make the principal
talk. Since Tho Pathfinder was Insti
tuted In Akron, there have been sev
eral deaths of Akron members, and an
annual memorial rervlce ha,s been pro
vided for In tho Supreme constitution
All Pathlludcru should pinko special
effort to be In attendance nt that
meeting. Members of all other lodge
of Pathfinders arc cordially thvlted and
pertons who are not members will lie
welcome! Besides tho-regulnr routine
of business on Monday evening, n com
mittee to arrange for our picnic outing
which will take place In the not distant
future, was appointed.
l. o. T. M.
Regular mwting of Busy Hee Hive,
No. 35, Tuesday evening. Mny 2", In
the K. O. T. M, hnll In tho Abbey
block, nt 7:30. There are some who
have not paid April dues. Ladles, If
you do not intend to pay. let the rec
ord keeper know. They nre past due,
and nil ladles In arrears aro out of
benefits. Per cnpjta tax for social mem
bers will be due June 1. nid raupt be
paid. There are a few life boneflt
members In arrears for assessment
No. 02. rienso pay up as the record
keeper forwarded tho samo to the Su
preme record Keeper to keep you in
good standing. Assessment, No, 03 was
due May 1, nnd must bo paid by May
31 or you nre suspended. '.lake notice,
ladles on the By-law committee, the
chairman of the sanm has called a
meeting for Tuesday evening, Mny 27,
iri the K. O. T. M. partflr, In.t'he Ab
bey block, nt 0:45. That1 will be a lit
tie before, our regular meeting tnkes
tip. Committee, b'e sure to come.
Independent Hive will meet Weflncs.
day evening In regijlnr rpvew. -!No. 03,
assessment fs 'due and must.be paid
by the end of tho month.' . Ladles,
please bo prompt In paying your as
segment. Tho'HIye S?Tiing Society
Will meet .nt the" homo of Lady Qalrs.
721 'SuninBer st., June 3i nil Hay. La
dies, please brlngyour lynch', "
O. U. A, M .
' Summit Council, No,' 10, held n racst
Interesting session Wednesday plght.
One application was received, and
'much other business transnpted. The
Uniform committee, has'5 things, going
nicely lincl by next meeting night pear
ly all will have Ijeerj measured for
tlic'hV uniforms, Tie; Entertainment
W. B. "Erect
Time for your summer corset new
before your thin dresses are
made. Your costume will fit twke
as well over the new corset. The
W. D. Erect Form summer models
give desired Erect Form figures,
release all the strain from the bust
and abdomen and are as light as a
feather. Made of line white linen
batiste In the following models i
J9M for slight figures : $1.00 I
970 for medium figures i I.M I
972 for developed figures l.M I
Ml for median figures 2.09 II
903 for stout figures i :,50 II
If your dealer cannot supply you Hi
send price of corset desired to III
WEINGARTEN BROS. Ili
377 Broadway, N. Y. jM
Largest mfti. of tenets la th vttla
committee was given more time, and
its chairman promises to havo a sur
prise for the members next Wednesday
night. Representatives to the State
Council, Brothers Baum and Llpps,
returned homo in time to attend the
meeting, and both-gave interesting
reports of- the ddlngs at that meeting.
Brother Baum was re-elected National
Representative, which Is one of the
honors of tho meeting. They reported
It one of the best meetings they ever
attended, and say that much enthus
iasm was manifested. The next State
Council meeting, will bo held at War
ren. Brother oiate V. C. Baldwin, of
Yonngstown, was at tho meeting of
Summit Council, Wednesday evening,
and spoke briefly on the good of the
order. Brothers will please remember
that the time is near when tne mem
bers of Summit Council will go to Can
ton on a visit, nnd will therefore please
prepare. The exact date will be an
Louise Assembly held a very Inter
esting meeting Saturday evening, there
bqlng quite a number In attendance.
The Chancellor Commander has called
a special meeting for Saturday evening,
May 31. The captain of the team also
requests all members' of the 'team to
be present at this meeting.
Ogareeta Council will meet In reg
ular sleep Tuesday evening. Wo ex
pect several applications as some of
the chiefs and squaws have been trail
ing tho forest on the trail of a number
of pale faces. The candidate that wo
balloted for last meeting. If present,
will be Initiated into the mysteries
Zoa Phora Is the Only Safe Remedy
In the Three Danger Periods of
Woman's Life It Brings In
stant Relief to Pain and
Backaches and Cures
All Diseases of
LARGE TRIAL BOTTLE MAILED
FREE TO ALL WHO WRITB.
For -thirty years Zoa Phora has been
tho safe, ever-ready, ever-reliable
stand-by for the sickly women. It
quickly and permanently cures ovar
ian trouble, painful, profuse, or sup
pressed menstruation, loucorrhea, dls-
Mrs. Blanch Seymour, Dowaglac, Mich.
placement, ulceration orjnflaramatlon
or derangement of the organs of ma
ternity. In the change from maiden
hood to womanhood, or, In the later
change of life, Zpa Phora brings tho
sickly woman through, to perfect
health and strength. It Is a constant
support -arid strengthening tonic for
..ntnnt mMlinra find rrtnlrpA thn
hour of maternity almost tree rrorn ""- --- --
pain and agony. To tie frail mother , clal entertainment on Thursday even
in the days of recovery from the or- " s fl ver-v "jCB 0Dft nna a soA
deal of childbirth. Zoa Thora brings ' Program was rendered to a very up-
health, strength nnd vigor and topes
the nerves, to women in constant
dread of the approach of their men
strual period, Zoa Phora brings relief
Mrs. Blanche Seymour, Dowaglac,
IflnV, ma I'T lie I frrj-tmilfiH ttnrl
terlbiy painful periods, and suffered
fn, U. rrm torrr,nn- Znn Pl,n
has completely ctire.d me."
Get a. dollar bottle of Zoa Phora
at the nearest drug store, or the Zoa
Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., will i
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A DANDRUFF. BEDECKED garment li not pleislng to the eye, and
materially detracts from an appearance otherwise Impressive. Such
miniature snow-falls" not only mar the evidences of dressy gentility,
but point to careless neglect ol the hair and scalp, and' foreshadow the
betraying stent ot aae-gray hair, thin growth or baldness. If the evidence
Is on you, the friend who gently brushes it off Is perfectly justified In scolding
you for your palpable neglect of your hair and scalp, particularly If your
attention has ever been called to tho wonderful properties of
Cranitonic Hair and Scalp Food.
That you have npt used this most excellent preparation Is proven
by any dandruff In evidence. People that have Used It' write as follows:
Mrs. J. S. Dann, 1006 Franklin Street, Reading, Pa., writes:
"I am pleased to -Inform you that I am cured of all my hair
, troubles. The Itching and dandruff have passed away and the 'hair
has ceased to fall out. Mr husband has also been greatly benefitted
by the removal of dandruff from his head."
Miss O. V. Ellis, Princeton, 111., Is so grateful for the beneft she hat
received that' she aiks us to publish her letter :
" X am nleased with the result! of the use of Cranltonle Hair
Food, and if you .wish to publish
lo uo W3. rour nionins I
copttsl eaumlaitlon'. srha
to do sd.' Four' months ago I wrote you and learned, after a ralcro
eoottf&l eaumln-itlon what the r.al trouble w.t. nnd followed vtvir
lustrucUeas. . About the face the
almost 'Kne. There the hair Is now new and fully two inches In
length;. I think many try 'he Food and give it up, when If they would
persevere In Its use they would be more than paid for the expense.
rcopie suouia rcroemDcr taai nair aoes not grow tn a weeic,"
Miss' Mabel E. Ferris, teacher of Physical Culture and Delsarts,
Annanaaie, .in, j., 6?y3:
"It affords me creat trieafure
Food. It has saved my hair, which was my pride, A few months
ago, .during severe illneu, ray hair began falling out to an alarming
n.grcc. -i.ic use 01 cranitonic tiair
botues, new nilr started out all over my bead,
growth of hair than I ever had before."
Wo have on file In our offices tens of thousands of statement!
similar to those printed above.
Cranltonle Hair and Scalp Food Is for sale by Druggists at $1.00
the bottle, on will be sent direct from Laboratories, cxpressage prepaid, upon
receipt of price.
FREE HAIR FOOD
TO prove the1 wonderful merits of Cranitonic Hair Food, its absolute purity,
therapeutic value and elegance, Its freedom from grease, sediment and
dangerous 'dye matter, and to convince you that It will stop falling hair,
make hair grow, cure dandruff and itching scalp, and that it Is the or,
hair dressing" ever formulated fit to put on the human bead, we will send
by mai, PREPAID, to all who send name and full address, and mention
the name of this pajicr, a dainty sample of Cranltonle Hair and Scalp Food
and a 48-pagei,IUustrated book entitled Hair Care and Testimonials.
SENdtSAMPLE OF HAIR In cases where there is excessive falling
out of the hair, Itching, dandruff or other hair or scalp troubles, you are
recommended, nW send, as for microscopic examination a few hairs, or a
sample from the;dallycomblngs. Our physicians will1 make a diagnosis and
tend you. a report concerning the condition of your hair without any charge
being made lor -their professional services. Write to-day, to
. CRANITONIC HAIR FOOD CO.,
526 West Broadway, New York Gity.
PARIS, 5 RUE DE1 LA PAIX. LONDON, 57 HOLBORN VIADUCT.
The Cranitonic Producfs are for s ale by the following druggists of Ak
ron: Blocker, 111 N. Howard; Buel & Lomasters. 1000 8. .Main; Clapp & Co.,
Exchange & Maple; Eber'hnrd, 40S E. Exchange; Ink, 020 E. Market; War
ner, 113 S. Howard.
of our degree. Captive, come prepared..
You may never sec. the rising of an
other sun.- ' ' -
Court Pride, if Akron, met Tuesday
evening, with a fair attendance. One
new member was received by card. Tho
anniversary committee decided to liold
the 22nd anniversary of the order by
going to tho United Brethren, church
Sunday, June 10,. Will meet at the
hall at 1 o'clock sharp.
U.-R. K. of p;
Summit City company met in reg
ular business assembly Inst Monday
evening and held an .interesting meet
ing. The company went to Newburg
Sunday and was entertained by the
Standard Co. Mny St), the company
, will assemble promptly at 1 :30 p. m.
by order or tue Major to participate in
By action of the company, it wa3
decided to go' to Bnrbertoil June U to
nt,tend.. memorial services. Assemble'
promptly ni 0 n. m.
It is desired that every Knight Loyal
of the 'company bepresent on the above
mentioned dates. Don'fforgot them.
DAUGHTERS QF LIBERTY. .
Columbia Council did not havo as
good an attendance lit last session as
should havo been, for nominating offi
cers. All the members ought to take
pains to bo present nt next meeting,
June 5. The business of last meeting
was promptly attended to.' Two candi
dates were obligated. A dispensation
has been received to continue Initiation
nt tho same fee as last term but It on.
ly lacts six weeks, so members will
have to hurry In their prospective
applications, as the time will soon slip
by. l'heie were same still reported
on the sick lift by the Relief committee.
Don't forget to give them attention.
The sick always appreciate a visit.
June 5 will bn the last time for nomlna
j, ttn eiirn tn hn nrpspnr. The an
llro"'"- "'" "VJ
t. O, R. M.
Sarannc Tribe kindled Its council
Are last Thursaay sleep, and the War
rior's and Chief's degree were con
ferred, and one, application received.
1 TaX'vn "la-'ta'H
. fl'ODl Stimuli! Tribe. NO. 18.. to WOfk
the Adoption degreo on live pale faces
next Monday sleep nt their wlgwnm lit
the Kaiser block.. Chiefs, don't forget
the date f-et for drill. All turn out and
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let us (HI Summit's wigwam with
anything I say, you are at liberty
hair had become very scant, in places
in recommending Cranltonle n.lr
rooa sioppea ti,
and after a few
I now have a thicker
All Havana Filler
of same valuelasUags'ram
"spearhead: "standard navy?
"OLD PEACH, '-HOHEir
and 7. T." Tobacco.
PAIN and COnNTlB-
w.. si.k.i walklnir essr.
r.dlr.fM tbo corn. At dealers In
1 srv.tl.t- AHtrl... 10c. U.nttOD tht3
paper and write for f reeKtnrJe. Incloslog ad.,
i,"rvrnv fiiPPt.T CO., ffowarK. W. '.
DR. KLINE'S BREAT
Ma Fill tn.r StM .M VM.
, ., MTUrAL. D(1TT1.B1'RB8
W44i a.r, ! ..9 lMif.,.rr r.lW. bf .11 r
.N ttuvftiri, XpiUpfr. a,Mt;Sl V1,.'UW4.
831 Arck ttraet, FMUWhia. hsM ut.
Poople's Thone, 70J. 148 SOUTH MAIN ST., AKRON, O.
Open evenings; 0 to 1 Sundays. Dr. Rcnkcrt, Prop.
aw . BL tawK lm
I m V a69a9' Jr
wk HBeSiK' '
Money to Loan
In any amount, or. anything of value, without removal. Business strictly
If you need money, don't hesitate to call on us.
Jewelry, Watches, Etc.
We have placed in our store a full lino of fine, new Jewelry, which
wo bought at a sacrifice, and will sell accordingly.
THE AMERICAN LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Henry Kraus, Treasurer. 234 S. Main St.
I Don't Have Any Plumbing f
X Done Until You Have
Estimates and suggestions free. We
we are closing out at almost cost.
Gas fixtures, mantles and globes
prices in the city.
THE DAUNTLESS MANUFACTURING CO.
PLUMBING, HEATING AND LIGHTING.
People's Phono 359. 233South Main St.
fe DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS
DR. D. U. RUEGSEGGER.
Removed to No. 210 Walsh Building.
Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5:30 p..m.
C. T. PARKS.
Tersonal attention given to all calls.
Lady attendant. Ambulance.
Both phones 412. 110 N. High st.
M. FRIEDMAN, 5c and 10:- STORE
We positively can save you money
on go-carts. 140 S. Howard St.
Office hours,!) to 11:30 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m.
DR. L. B. HUMPHREY.
Kelly block, Akron, O. Pco. phone 878.
L- D. EWING.
CONTRACTOR ABP "PILDER
Dealer In mantles aud grates, floor
tiling, parquet flooring, grilles siding,
frames, mouldings etc.
Peo. phono 052. 110-121 Klrkwood st.
J. H. CHASE, Druist.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes
and Paint Brushes. Best quality nt
lowest prices. Pco. phone 1Q00. Bell
Cherry 100. 132 Wooster aw.
JAS. T. FLOWER.
MANTELS AKD GRATES
Glazed and Unglnzed Tiling, Tarquet
and Hnrd-wood Floors.
Both phones 070. 110 S. High st.
Have you any money working for
you? If not, open a'Savings Account
with us today. Try one of.our home
GUARDIAN SAVINGS BANK,
Masonic Temple Building.
RICnARD H. LEIGHT0N,
Call us up when In need of
first-class work. Bell phone
Brown 1001, 437 E. Bucb- '
All faulty action, knee knocking, In.
terf ering and forcing of nil lame horses
guaranteed. 411 S. Main st.
J. V. YOUNG
People's phono 1314, 2 rings,
G. M. KEMPEL.
Furniture dealer, upholsterer and mat
tress manufacturer. Repairing a spei
clalty. recple's phono 723. Bell,
brown 324. 140-1D1 S, Main st.
Dr. C. E. Smith. Dr. J. B. Vcdder.
SMITH & VEDDER,
3J6 Everett Building.
Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5.30 p.m.
People's phono 800.
PLACE YOUR WAJtX ADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT
Eating If you would let us fix
your teeth. Oun work la all cover
ed by our guarantee. We do pain
less extracting. Prco when we
make your now teeth.
Full set of teeth M. Bridge
work .?.'. Crowns $,T to $5. Filling
Wc up. You will havo to double
our pilccn to reach our quality
Tfiofo J"c That will mttce your furnl
AUvrKlA lure look so bright, plsnoa
ftjn nhnf so new.mtntels and tiling
Essy fo apply, economical, and "
will not Iniure the finest surfaces.
Nothing better for Hardwood
Floors and Hardwood Finish.
C " f"? 7"' to'. Unnarrh Dromlnm 1 1
Our Estimate on your
have a few gas ranges left that
a large variety at the lowest
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
W. C. KITTLEBERGER.
Dealer In hides, leather findings, and"
saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Harness
Phone 1320. 34S S. Main si.
H I FRRIFSTflH optical sp:ciaiiit
II. L, COOLEOlUn, tfjs. Main St.. airiosf
.pcuiuwit:a U-tiu ej fKW6frt;&. iivuuauu?
aim jjuriuu5 msiuruancvs curcu pj
pioperly fitted glasses. All styles a(
reasonable prices. No charge for ex
amlnation, C. V. phone 2372 Cherry
Special, fancy and bpoiting gar
ments. Booms 212 and 213 Walsh
block. Maker; of men's clothes.
Pco. Phone 12S3.
IliiH'c Proenrinllnn Pharmflru S. Mala
wu.i u . I f ii.unimvj, jf.2
Pine Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con
tains ,10 per cent of puro Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil. ."0c per pint bottle. Al
most tastelesB. Children will take it.
Try it. Phono 602.
B. J. CRAMER B. S. HULI
oisjAiviTrra & mii.i-
Wholesale nnd retnll dealers In flour,
feed, baled hay, straw, salt, cement,
and nil kinds of field nnd garden seeds.
Try our Acme stock food. Both phonesi
011. 710-71S 8. Main st. Akron. O.
OLEHB'S TAVERH, T. T. GLEBTf, ?rep.
Hotel and Restaurant. Sample room
In ronnnectlon. Best wines, liquors
nnd cigars. Both phones: P. 040; B.
124 N. Main St., near Opera House.
DR. H. E. KECK. Dentht.
Room IB, I. O. O. F. Temple. People't
phone 180. Office hours 8 a.m. to
We have the latest styles In milli
nery at the most reasonable prices.
Wo carry a line of stamped linens
Mrs. O. Mathews. 722 S. Mala.
CEO. H. PETLEY
111 Kling st. Tuple's phone 128T.
Contractor and brick masonry of all
kinds, Repair work a specialty. Esti
mates cheerfully furnished.
All work guaranteed.
Bell phone, Brown 1741.
M. J. HERWICK
All kinds of brick and cement side
walks, chimneys built and repaired.
Res. 410 B. Forge st, Akron O."
Mystic Carpet Cleaning: Works,
POEHLMAK k PFAFFLE, Proprietors.
Buslncbs under management of Mr,
130 Bluff st. Both telephones 178.
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