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1 1 iiner Columns
WANTED MALE HELP.
J.NTED Boys nnd girls. Tho Wor-
Co., Akron, O. 170tf
IVNTED-A general ngent with $100
Ish. Can clear $25 n weak. A now
luscliold article; lady or gentleman.
Ilenso Investigate. Address, Mauufnc-
hrer, Democrat onlce. 21G-218
ANTED Energetic, trustworthy
roung man to talco position with re-
ble house. $50 per lnontli. Call on
J. Grayson, 303 W. Buehtcl nve.
WANTED A competent billing clerk.
Must also be a stcnosranher. Male or
M' female. Must havo good recommen
dations. The Werner Co.
PANTED One colored bellboy. Ap-
Buchtel Hotel. 218-220.
ANTED Men to learn barber trade.
!a practical and scientific courso by
exnert instructions, frco work, lec-
ftures, etc. Years saved, tools prc-
eented, wnges Saturdays, board pro
vided, positions numerous. Cataloguo
mailed free. Moler Barbor college,
Chicago, 111. 211 tf.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
iVANTED Woman to do family wash
ing.. Apply 121 N. Walnut st. tf
Fifty girls wanted Immediately. The
J Werner Company, Akron, Ohio. 217-222
ADIES' TtAILOTiTNG nnd dressmnk-
ly- lng. Also evening Cutting nnd Sew
ing school. Mr3. M. Dugan, 131 S.
Howard st. 200-220
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A 5-room. house, No.
1232 East Tallmadge ave., North HUI,
10. Garden, fruit and water. In-
Iulro of W. A. Woygandt Democrat
fflce, or R. M. Smith, 410 East
Crosier st. 217-210.
OR RENT 8-room houso on N. How
ard st.; gns for lighting and hent-
flng. Inqulro Henry Holtz, Abbey
Iblock, Peoplo's phone, 2 on 13S0.
R RUNT Houses nnd suites or
rooms on College, Upson, Day nnrl
Stone sts. Apply 100 S. Union sr..
""eople's phone 053. John H. Auble.
kit RENT- Modern 7 room house,
N, Valley st. Inqulro nf Edwin
lagner, Everett Bldg. 2H2tf
IRE ROOM- Suitable for saloon,
r storo or butcher shop, to
for separate with flue living
lis upstairs; new hulldlug. good
n. Inquire, Al. SchuMnr. I0i;
kh noward st 21S-22H'
LRENT 7 room house, furnace.
kind grate. Peoplo's phone 152
SCO. 102 tf.
KENT ;I14 Perkins st.,
JO. iGrldloy & M.vtholnr.
iNTED -To trade, a new Singer
iiwing Machine for a horse. En-
lire nt Singer Sewing Machine Co.,
G. B. Mlnard, 704 W. Chestnut.
INTED Four or flvo rooms, with
Must be centrally located. Good
terences. Address "Rooms," enro
T Democrat. 105-tr
HONG LOW Yako Man The
lidlng Chlneso Restaurant. Open
and nlght-CHOP SUEY-Sam
ling, proprietor, 107 East Market
2nd Floor, Akron, O. Chinese
American Dishes served nt all
SALE- Ten good second-hnnd
lis for nnlo or exchange: nlso all
Is of buggies nnd carriages, at T.
BEdson's carrlngo Bhop, 1013 Bow-
caso your estate at oncol You
i this on tho slow-pay plan easy,
jitnodntlng, satisfying, sure. Get
free, No Importunity.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE.
tHN C. BLOOMFIELD, Agt.
Kiacber Block. Tel. . 015.
f dly tf
-A gentlemnn'H pocketbook, con
ing inonoy nnd vnlunble papers.
Jim to Atlantic &. Pacific Ten Co.
-Between Mnln and Summit sts
Market st, peHrl handlo of urn-
Finder pleaso leave at I. ,T.
Ik's and recelvo roward.
ItUMMEL'S HACK LINE.
ts leave uiirncrton 0:80 n.
115 p. m.
ja Doylestown 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
IEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
FOB SALE-HEAL ESTATs.
$100 DlSCOUNT-ttntll Jan. 1st. 3rd
lot north of West Market St., on Con
ger ave., (llrst Rtrcet cast of Portage
Tath road). This lot must bo sold
quick for good reasons. $50.00 down
will bo equal to $150 by May 1st.
Plonso call, wilto or telephone for
particulars, O. F. Kasch, 230 Ham
ilton Bldg. Poo. Tel. 1411 and CO.
0 roop bouse, gas for hoat and lights,
5 minutes walk from corner Main and
Exchange, for only $1,200.
7 room houso nnd barn, near Good
year Hubber works, a big sacrifice at
$1,050; don't miss this, 5150 cash and
balance at $10 per month; tho houso
will rent for $10 per month.
4 room cottngo only $$30, easy terms.
C room cottage, only $G30, easy terras.
Lot G0xl32, near uew Miller school,
Lot Mill, ave., cheap If sold at once.
Flue lot Colllnwood allotment, $00.
C. II. nnd 8. B. JONES.
People's phone 452, ovcnlngs 800.
FOIt SALE By Federal Realty Co.,
000 Hamilton building, both phones
800. 5 rooms, Charles t, $1,200; 5
rooms, Gctz St., $1,200 r 0 room
nnd barn, Crosby st., $l,80o.
Call and see our complete, list of prop
erty in all ports of the city. 210 tf.
FOR SALE New 0 room house on N.
Hill, for $075. Easy payments. Wm.
1 Sawyor. 212-217
FARM FOR SALE 81 acres on the
Smith Rond, 5 miles west of Akron.
Inquire of Dr. I. J. Baughmnn, West
Richfield, O. 204-231
FOR SALE By J. I. BACIITEL, 188
South Howard st.; phono 722:
SO ft. front South Math, corner Cro
sier, 7 rooms, gas, water, sower; see
us for bnrgnln price.
2 new 6-room houses, Bowery, near
Thornton, only $1350 each.
227 West Miller ave., 7 rooms, new
ulnle roof, cemented cellnr, water,
fccwor. gns. near shops, $1500.
$:!500 buys 33 ft. front South Mnln
near Exchange, with storo building
and 5-room house In rear.
Money loaned at lowest rates.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 4 acres
of land on North Hill, will sell or
exchange tho same for n modern
house near Market St., east side. N.
D. Tibbals. 218-223.
FOR SALE-By Henry Holtz. Abbey
block. People's phono 2 on 1380.
Real estate in nil parts of city.
Farms of 20. 30, -10. TI3, 143, 165 and
170 acres for sale or trade.
$1000 to loan nt 0 per cent.
Open Saturday evenings.
FOR SALE SMALL FACTORY
SITE on line of Akron nnd Bnrber
ton Belt Ry.Co.. and about 800 feet
north of East Exchange st. Has a
.frontage of 250 feet, on railroad and
227 feet on Huntington st. Just cast
of tho Rubber Workers' Allt. Price
$1000. Apply to G. F. Knsch, 230
Hamilton Bldg., Peo. Tels., 00 and
FOR SALE By Arthur Sharp, 180
South Main. Peo. phone, 2 on 1113:
Bowery St., new, G rooms, $1250.
110 Carmtchnel St., 6 rooms, $1050,
Ackley st, now, 0 rooms, 2 lots, only
$1000, easy payments.
424 E. York-, 5 rooms, $1000.
Tho nbovo aro bargains. See ray list
beforo buying. Farms from 10 to 200
FOR SALE By CHAS. ESSEL
BURN The price on 125 Harvard
st. has been reduced to $1100. The
now 0-room houso with gas and
chandeliers, lot 50x150, see this.
$2150 is not high priced for 120 Berg
st, 7 rooms, all modern. Fine 8
room houso with barn, Cobtirn st,
big lot, prlco, $3000. 210tf
Do you wnnt to sell your property?
I can got jou a buyer for nlmost nny
kind of renl estate. Just now I wnnt
properties of $3,000 nnd less in value,
what havo you? F. J, Wettnch, Hamil
ton building. 210 tf.
FOR SALE Two building lots near
the now Miller school and Fourth
Church of Christ 'A bargain. Ad
dress, Real Efitnto, care Democrat
FOR SALE OR TRADE-40 acres, no
waste, good buildings, flue fruit nnd
sugar bush, on Cross rond; 10 ncres
between Akron nnd Barberton, bnr
gnln. F. A. Leescr, Room 510,
Everett building. 2)8-220.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE
Via all leading linos at lowest rates.
Cook's personally conducted tours.
Information cheerfully given upon np
pllcntlonio O. D. Honqdlc, ticket agent
A. D. ELLIS,
COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN
nnd transferring. Parcels and trunks
delivered. Transient nnd boarding
stable. Office and stable, 228-280 W.
Market st Both phones No. 257.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR HALE Nino of tho best Iota In 8,
Akron, nt $3.10 each, Hon us about one
nt once, oh they will not 1o long on
tho market nt IIiIm nrlce. Seven fine
lots on Carroll nt., J800 to $1300. If
looking for a desirable locution on a
paved strcot, centrally located, yon
liovo it hero. Theso lotn nto worth
51000 to $1500. Secure ono now as
prices will advance In the npriiiff. I'.
P. Hock Si Co, IDO-tf
Rronsn .t-. ITollliiL'or liiivo homes (6
sell In all parts of tho city; aro In posl-
Hon to help you buy nt rnsh prices,
which is nn ndvnntngo to both seller
and buyer. It you want to sell or buy
It will therefore bo to your ndvantago
to sco us. Wo havo somo special bar-1
gains in vacant lots, nnd can help you
with monoy to build a home, call and ,
nilOUSE & HOLLINGER.
FOIt SALE 10 room house; modem;
nil conveniences; 5 minutes' wnlk
from town; Inrgo born; Inquire nt
200 locust St., or phono Pco. 620.
FOR SALE By Chas. Essclburn,
Walsh block, South Main st., phones
Wo have for salo one of tho very best
pioposltlons In their lino In Akron in
u retail drug store; nlso ono of the
best grocery stores In Akron; also n
tlrst-class hnrdwnrc store. The stock
In tho drug store will invoice about
$5,500 including fixtures; tho grocery
storo about $4,000 with fixtures; th6
hardwaro storo about $8,000 with fix
tures These thrco fftoroH.arq In two
first-class brick buildings which are
connected with an archway. They
eau bo run separately or togother. Wo
will (.ell either of theso thrco stores
or tho three together ns a whole. Tho
owner of these stores has mado a
fortune out of them, ono reason of
the complete success ho has made out
of theso stores is the location, tho loca
tion for business with hardly any com
petition In either storo cannot bo bent
In Akron. There is no old stock in
any of these stores, and everything
is up to dnto in Its lino (n visit to
either of them will fully convince you
as to this statement.) Remember In this
solo that not ono cent Is charged for
tho good will of either storo (which
hae been established for 20 years.)
Tho owner of these stores leaves Akron
tho first week In January, matters of
groat Importnnco calls him from tho
city, nnd a quick snlo means a bar
gain to tho buyer of either store. Tho
owner nlso owns the buildings (which
nro finely equipped for their purposes,
with good warehouses in tho rear) In
which theso stores are, mid will rent
them very cheap to the buyer with a
long term of leases if desired. All
cash is. not necessary, ono third down
with security for bnlanco erf payments
If you want to get a good storq in
a tlrst-class established business, do
not miss this opportunity, when yon
sco t hnt wo havo got to sell you will
buy, tho good will of either of these
stoics Is worth tho prlco wo ask for
tho stock (at low invoice price.)
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate
and housoholtl furniture, pianos,
horses nnd wagons, etc. Special at
tention given to tho collection of
rents. Open evenings.
a. m. Mcknight,
Room 17, Arcade. Phone, Pco. G37.
Monoy to loan on real cstnto or per
sonal property nt current rates. F. A.
Looser, Room 510 Everett building.
Money to loan In nny amount from
$300 up to $5,000 nt 0 or 7 por cent.
If you havo monoy to loan I can placo
it for you on good renl estate security
nt no expense to you. Seo mo for Firo
Insurance and real estate in all porta
of tho city. 27 Arcade block. R. K.
Crawford, Peoples phone 1070.
MONEY TO LOAN on REAL ESTATE
Hale & Coates, 814 Everett b)dg, Tol.
Peoplo's 377 Otf
Without mortgage or collateral se
curity. Rates reasonable and all
transactions treated confidentially.
Open till 8 p.m.; Saturday till 0 p.m.
The Salary Discount Co.
Peo: phono 710. 112 Humllton Bldg.
Itelng tho conventional leads of
the modern nclentlfio gamo tt
practiced by all of its masters
irlth hints to beginners. A.
beautiful booklet of thirty-tiro
pages, printed ln two colon,
blacic and rod, on enameled
paper nlth tho card arrange
ments appearing In their nat
ural colors. Tho cover la In
threo colors IU a very attract
lvo design on tho tttlo page.
This la a work of Interest to pU
whist players and will be sent
to nny nddrcsa upon receipt of
tlx cents In postage
C. L. STONC
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
READ DEMOCRAT LINEES.
To Loan on Household
Goods, Pianos, Orfjnns,
II orsc s, Carrltifjcs,
an co Policies,
If yon wish to borrow
$10, $20, $25, $50. $75, Si 00,
or any amount to $500, I can
loun you tho money lit u inoro
roason.iblo rato than any othor
company loaning inonoy in tho
city, and you can pay tho monoy
back in small monthly payments)
lof $2 50, 3.0n 350i Si00i 17,50,
a.r.n. Xo.en. or in uiiv amount to
Biiit tho borrowor, and ovory pay
ment mado reducos both princi
pal and interest, and your busi
ness transactions at this ollico
nro strictly confidential. Call
and investigate boforo you bor
row and you will find this plan
tliodhoapost and most convon
ont. L. C. MILLER,
Room 14 Arcade block, entrnnco to
block lBOtf South Howard st. Ollico
open evenings until 8 o'clock. Hell
puono 700, People's 771.
Would "Vou Invoat
$25 TO MAKE 51,000?
$100 TO MAKE $5,000?
Full partlculfirn otjuit thin kind of nn
Investment furnished on application.
MONROE, ROGERS & HAYNES,
20 Broad St., Hew York.
Write for our
book of safo
that will pay large dividends, nnd
which wo believe will inoro than
double hi vnluo Highest reference.
. & J. T. SLADE,
IS P.O. Square, Boston. 25 Broal St., Mew York
And on all other good securities at
rates you can afford to pay.
Then come in nnd nek us how much
you can get by paying back
$ 2.50 each month for 12 months.
3.25 each month for 12 months.
4.75 each month for 12 mouths.
5.50 each month for 12 months.
7.50 each month for 12 months.
0.50 each month for 12 months.
11.50 each month for 12 months.
12.50 each month for 12 montlw.
15.50 each month for 13 mouths.
17.50 each month for 12 months.
20.50 each month for 12 months.
22.50 each month for 12 months.
25.00 each month for 12 months
Wo loan money In nny amount from
$10 to $500 on household goods, in
sumnco policies, horse, wagons, carri
ages, etc., at lower rates and for
longer time than nny other lonn com
pany In tho city. Also loan on renl es
tate. The Akron Security
& Loan Comp'y
NATHAN M. BERK, 193 S, Howard st
Bell phone S7. People's phono Vi
La co curtains, blankets,, quilts and
comforters wnshed carefully.
1063 S. Main st.
People's Phone 912
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS
Orders promptly nttonded to.
155 South Main st, Akron, O.
John S. Clnrk and Florenco A.
Clark of nartford, In the county of
Hartford, nnd stato of Connecticut,
will take notlco that on the Oth day of
December, A. D., 1002. In the Court
of Common Plens of Summit county,
Ohio, where tho nctlon Is now pending,
being ense No. 11230. the undersigned,
William Richard Orltllth, (lied his pe
tition ngnlnst said .lohu S. Clark mid
Florenco A. Clnrk praying for Judg
ment for $2,000.00, and interest from
August 21, 1002, and foreclosure of a
mortgage on the following described
premises- Being nn undivided one
sixth Interest In a pleco or parcel of
land, with all tho buildings thereon
standing, situated in tho city of Ak
ron, county of Summit, nnd Stato of
Ohio, and known as n strip of land
twenty (20 feet In width taken off
from the south sldo of lot No. cloven
(11). In block No. eleven (11), In tho
Town Plat of Akron ns numbered nnd
surveyed by Albert (i. Mnlllson, sur
veyor Said strip of land Is twenty
(20) feet in width on North Howard
street, nnd extends tho snmo width to
Cannl street, be tho hiinie more or less,
nnd Is the same nnd nil tho land men
tioned In n ccrtalii deed from Milton
M. Henry, Uunrdlnn, to Henry II.
Clark, which said deed Is dated, July
2, 1874, nnd recorden In tho Land
Records of Summit county, Vol. SS,
Page 300, reference to which deed may
Tho said John S. Clark and Florenco
A. Clark aro required to answer this
petition In said nctlon not Inter than
six weeks after tho 10th day of De
cember ,A. I).. 1002. tho date of the
llrst publication of this notlco or such
relief may bo granted.
WILLIAM R1CHARJ) GRIFFITH.
By Chas. C. Benner, Hs Attorney
Dec. 10, IT, 24, 81. Jan. 7, 14.
P. T. McCourt
Coaohes In the City.
On call at all times.
Full Line of Livery.
All cuihlon tlrt-s. Largest moving
vans In tho city. Best of service guar
anteed. ITlcos reasonable. Both phases.
Akron Clothes & ProMlna Co
Full Bulls, sponged and pressed. .7Cc
Overcoats, sponged and pressed... .50c
Pants, sponged nnd pressed 25c
Cleaning builnosi suits $2.00
Pants cleaned 75c
Goods called for and dcllverod to any
part of tho city. Mai! orders given
prompt attention. People's phono 754;
Bell 2801 green.
310 EABT MILL ST.
To the Northwest is the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St Paul Railway. It Is
tho BEST road, has best train equip
ment, nnd best sleeping car nnd dining
car service. It Is tho louto of the
United States Government Fast Moil
trains and of the fnmous Pioneer
Limited trains. If you go to the Twin
Cities of Mlnncsotn or beyond go via
The St. Paul Rond" and ride on the
best train in the world.
All ticket agents sell tickets via
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
For descriptive literature address F. A.
Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chi
cago. Money to Loan
In &ny amount
.y Jf of four Special Ttatlnum
Vrlnt j from original ntiatl-Ctj .o
taktn at Ihi hiliht of tht rtjort
jtajon and picturing th dtllthtj
cf a Vacation at a "J 5 5 5 3
tvill b malttd to any addrtjj on
application to 11. K MOELLETl,
G. T. A... Vert Marquttf Tlalt
road, Vitrait. Mich., tuhtn rt
qutjt ts accompanltd by 25c. In
coin or jtampj to prepay postage
and packing. J J J 3
If you feel 111 nnd need n pill
Why not purchnso the best?
DeWitt's Early Risers
Aro little surprlsers,
Take one they do tho rest.
W H. Howell, Houston, Tex., writes:
w( have used Little Early Riser Pills
Jn my family for constipation, sick
heudnche, etc. To their use I nm In
debted for the health of my family."
0. B. Harper & Co.
TO FLORIDA AND THE SOUTH.
Through Passenger Service via. 0., A.
& ('. Railway.
Through passenger service to winter
resorts lu Florida and tho south will
bo resumed for the senson over C, A.
& C. railroad, Jnu. 5, 1003, via. Cin
cinnati, Chattanooga, Atlanta nnd
Macon to Jacksonville nnd St. Augus
tine. By leaving Akron at 0:33 n. ni.,
passengers may step aboard the
through sleeping car In Columbus
Union station, lcavo there nt 2:15 p.
m., nnd nrrlvo Chattnnooga next morn
ing; Rome, 8:33 a. in.; Atlanta. 10:40
u. m ; Macon nt noon; Jacksonville,
8:15 p. ni.: St. Augustine, 0:30 p. m
on the Florida Speclnl consisting of
sleeping, dining and observation cars.
For particulars consult C. D. Honodlo,
Ticket Aj(r, Akroft. ur C L. Kimball,
Assist? .eheral Passenger Agent
Chicken Will be Prominent Fea
ture of New Year's Dinners.
The condition of tho local market
today Is about tho snino as yester
day, and there Is Mill a ncarclty of
fowl. There will bo few turkeys or
duck for Now Year's dinners this
year, and the people of Akron will be
obliged to purchase chickens, which
nro also scarce. There was a small
movement of grain Tuesday.
Wheat , 7c
new, 50c for 70 lb,; old, 00c for 70 lb.
Oats 32c to 31c
liny, baled $10 to $12.50
Hay, loofte $10 to $12
Straw, baled $0 to $7
Straw, loose $5 to $0
Turkeyls, dressed 1C to 17c
Ducks, dressed lie lb.
Live chickens 10c to lOVjp
Clilckeni, dressed, .young 14c, old 12c
Ham, sugar cured 12c to 13 Vic
Ham skinned ll'ic
Bacon l.Tic to 1 Ic
Beef, dressed Gc to Oc
Calves, dressed 10c
Hogs .dressed 7c
I.hmbs, dressed SVc
Lard, country kettle. In tierces. .. .lie
Lnrd, slmon pure, In tierces llftc
l.nrd In 00 pound tubs, .c over tierces
Lord compound Sc
24c to 25c
Eggs, storage 21c
Butter, creamery 31c
Butter, country 21c
Apples 40c to 50c bu.
liny, per cwt 70c to SOc
Straw, per balo ,
45c to 50c
Oats ;iSo to 10c
Corn 33e to 40c
Middlings $1.15. $125, $1.00
Ann!r. p..-,p in t.-.p
Torres . . . oo , nn.
Butter, creamery 35c
Butter, country 20c
Turkeys, dressed ISc
Ducks, dressed 10c to lEc
Chickens, dressed lCc
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NEW THROUGH SLEEPING CARS
BETWEEN CHICAGO AND
'SAULT STE. MARIE.
Beginning Mondny, Dec. 20, a new
lino of through sleeping enrs will bo
plnccd In service between Chicago nnd
"The Soo," via the Chicago & North
western R'y, leaving Chicago dnllj. e
cept Sundny, 8:00 p.m. Fnst time nnd
excellent dining enr sen fee. Tor reser
vations and full particulars apply to
your nearest agent or address A. 1.
Cleveland. 234 Superior Street, Cleve
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railroad time tables
THE NORTHERN OHIO It. R.
Depot North Main St
Depart -No. 1 830 am
Depart No. 11 4:00 pm
Arrive-No. 2 4:00 pm
Arrive No. 12 12:03 pm
LAKE ERIE & WESTERN It. R.
Northern Ohio Division.
Depot North Mnln St.
No. 1 Lr PSO am No. 11 Lv 4:30 pm I'd.
No.2 Ar4:00 pmNo.12 Ar 12:05pmlocal
All dally except Sunday.
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION
Cars leave waiting room, No. 210
South Main t, for Cleveland, nt 5:40
a.m. and every hour to 8:40 p.m. and
nt 10:30 pm. Saturdays nnd Sun
days, 5:40 a.m.. 0:40 a.m. and every
hnlf hour to 7:40 p.m., 8:40 and 10:30
THE ERIE RAILROAP.
New York & Chi
cago limited 8:45pm 7;0Sam
Wells Fargo Ex.
(see Note 1) 2.30am 75:01pm
(Se note 2) 12:81pm
Chicago d Atlantic
Express 8:50am 7:00pm
N. Y special 12:45pm 8:58pm
press 4:25 pm 11:15 am
Dally. Note 1. dally except Sun
days and days following legal boll
days. Note 2, Monday only.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R It.
Westbound. Depart Arrive.
Canal Dover, Bridge
port il.00am 0:40am
jTIIlIn, Fostorla, Chi
cago S:43am 8:10pm
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 2:10pm fi:00pm
Tlllln. Fostorla, Chi
cago 7:50pm fl:15am
Chicago Limited... ll8pm M :42am
Eastbound Depart. Arrive.
I Pittsburg, Washing-
ton, N. ..
... 1 :50am llSSpin
j Youngstown, Pitts-
! lrB 'Gam
, ,on- N- y
No. -17. ..
ro. n S:15nm
;o 4 12.01pm
;o. 10.. . 1.53pm
;o. 8.... 4:30pm
:o. 40'... 7:32pm
;o. 12... 1250am
2:10pm Ak'n only
' :53pm 5:07pm
Dally; others dally except Sunday.
C. A. & C. RAILWAY.
ClnclnnaM acd Clove 0:03am
Akron U Pittsburg. 8:20am
Columbus & Cleve 1155am
Cincinnati & Cleve. 4:0Spm
Pittsburg and N. Y. 4:17pm
Daily. Others dally except Sunday.
Cars leave Akron, (N O. T. wnltlng
room), nt 6:40 a.m. and every hour
until 10:40 p.m. (Blue Pond at 12.)
Returning, cars leave Canton 5 a.m.
and everr hour until 11 p.m.
Baggage and Express service be
tween Cleveland and Canton.
Successor to Dicks, n Tiansfei Co Coal
office. All the bo't nules of hard and
At lowest prices. 127S iVuple's phono
oHlce, 2 rings residence. E. Exchange
I st , at R. R. crosslnr-
If Your Clothes Don't
It Dissolves the Dirt
You Rinse It Out
Ash Your Grocer
THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE TO
FLORIDA, VIA QUEEN & ORES
On nnd afier January 5th, the Chi
cago nnd Florida special will leave
Cincinnati nt 0:15 p m., with through
Pnllmnn sleepers to St. Augustine from
Chicago. Cleveland. Detroit. Toledo
and Pittsburg Also through sleeping
cars from Chicago In connection with
Cincinnati nnd Floilda limited; dally,
leaving Cincinnati nt 8:30 n.m. Both
trains are routed via Chattanooga, At
Inntn and Jacksonville.
The Queen & Crescent special leaves
Cincinnati nt 8.05 p.m . with through
sleeper to Jacksonville, via Ashoville
and Savannah Alsothrough sleepers
to New Orleans forTexns points.
THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO.
Coal, transfer and livery.
Packing, moving nnd storing of goods,
coaches, coupes and carriages for fu
nerals, weddings, pnrtles and callings.
Cilices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st, Tel
300. No. 110 N. High st. Tol. 42fr.
What's In a Name ?
Evm-j thing Is lu the name when It
r nines to Wltcu Ilnzel Salve E, C.
DeWltt Sc Co, of Chicago, discovered,
some jenrs ago, how to ninko a salvo
from Witch Hszel that Is a specific
foi piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching
nnd protruding piles, eczems, cuts,
luu'iis, bruises nnd all skin diseases, De
Witt's Salve has no equal This has
given ike to numerous worthless coun
tei felts Ask for DeWltt'i-lhe gnu
Ine. C. B. Harper & Co.