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Editors and Mantgers.
E D H. Dk la. Oottxt, Mgr. AdrwtUlng Daft
Democrat Block, Ko. US nl 17 Main it.
president .
Ed. hT&b La Oouk't.
Entered at Use Potofflo at Abon, Ohio, as
Second-Class Mall MatUr.
Dellrertd Every Eyedcr by Oarrltr Soy
By Mall J3JM - - - IL for Biz Month!
Official Paper of the City of
NO. 180.
Mrs. -C. N. Church and children of
Cleveland, visited with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Housman, the
pat week.
Quite a number of our citizens at
tended the Akron street fair last
."week. All were well pleased.
C. S. Spangler and family spent
Sunday with his wife's mother, Mrs.
Geo. Whitmyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deutsch spent
Sunday with P. M. Frase's.
W. J. Holhnger of this place and
Miss Lilly Donnenworth of Canal
Fulton, were quietly married at the
.bride's home last Thursday evening.
Alex Kidd and Miss Lizzie Casen
hiser visited his parents in Wheel
ing, W. Va., a few days last week.
Ed Spondel lost a valuable horse
last Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Andrew Schwartz and Mrs.
Geo. Schwartz and (laughter, of New
Philadelphia, visited relatives here
the past week.
H. F. Serfass has placed new seats
in intermediate department of the
Clinton schools.
Mrs. Isaac Snyder and Miss Ada
Becker of Michigan, is visiting the
formpr's daughter, Mrs. W. "W. Bay
singer and family, and the latter's
father, L. F. Becker.
Emma Ncichter spent a few days
in Akron.
Harvey Shank and wife of Orr
ville spent Sunday witli his par
ents. .
Errett Rhoades of Tallmadge,
spent Sundav with his parents, P.
W. Rhoades.
Mrs. John Stauffer of Chicago is
visiting her father-in-law. Henry
The Lutheran Suudayschnol is'ar
ranging a speaking contest for a sil
ver medal. Particulars later.
Adam Kandeybush is nursing a
couple of cracked ribs.
Clyde Weil had his shoulder dis
located one day last week.
A Prominonl Virginia Editor Had Almost
Given Up, but Was Brought Back to Per
fect Health by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy Read His Edi
torial. From the Times, Hlllstllle, Va.
I suffered with diarrhoea for along
time and thought I was past being
cured. T. had spent much time and
money and suffered so much misery
that I had almost decided to give up
all hopes of recovery and .await the
result, but noticing the advertise
ment of Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, aud also
some testimonials stating how some
wonderful cures had been wrought by
this remedy, I decided to try it.
After taking a few doses I was en
tirely well of that trouble,and I wish
to say further to my readers and
fellow-sufferers that I am a hale and
hearty man today and feel as well as
I ever did in my life. O. R. Moore.
Sold by alldruggists E. Steinbacher
& Co., wholesale agents.
AVheafc seeding and corn cutting
are on the list, to rest up on, after
taking in the Free Street Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson and
Mre. W.'s sister, Mrs. Day, of Mis
souri, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cush
man of Akron, spent Sunday with
W. B. Vallen and family.
Miss Nina Vallen will spend a few
weeks at Montrose.
Dana Harfc of Akron, spent Sun
day with his people, Mr. H. Hart
and family. .
Miss Viva Carter, who spent Fair
week with Miss PearlFink,'returned
home Sunday.
Quite a number took in the Akron
street fair Saturday evening and re
ported a fine time.
Mrs. Emma BigeloWj nee Behmer,
who died from a stroke of paralysis,
was buried at the Hinckley ceme
tery. She was a member of the
Richfield L.O.T.M. hive. All knew
her but to love her.
Will Capron has moved to the
Berkon farm and H. L. Swan has
moved to his farm vacated by MrJ
One-Half the News
Comes from our neighbors. A neigh
bor of Joe Crook's of Bridgton, Ind.,
told him of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. He is cured of a case of fn
digestion that kept him down 12
years. Mr. Cook wishes us to refer
anyone to him who doubts the won
derful cure he found in Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin, which has
gained an horforablo foothold as a
true remedy for constipation, indi
gestion, sick headache and stomach
trouble. For sale by Dutt's phar
macy, 029 South Main st.
Misses Hattie Cummins and Lovey
Weaver of Akron, spent Sunday with
Mrs. H. H. Fasnacht at this place.
J. T. Flower and family of Akron,
spent Sum!) y with Mr. and Mrs.
I" rank Rothrock at this place.
Charles Daniels has returned from
Pennsylvania, after spending the
past year there with his uncle.
Farmers are busy cutting corn.
Mr. and Mrs. H.'H. Fasnacht spent
several days last week with their
uncle, Mr. H. H. Bender at Edin
burg, O.
To Be Started at Mogadorc By Akron
Mojradore. O., Sept. :0. The farm
er through this section are about
through mowing wheat. I hey are
now cutting corn.
A number of olir young people at
tended the social at the residence of
Mr. Kent, Wednesday evening. Ap
ples and grape were served. All
report a good time.
No new cases of typhoid fever are
reported throughout this vicinity at
Flora Fenton and Mrs. Lawrence
Mininger are slowly recovering from
a severe attack of typhoid fever.
The dance given by the sporting
club of this place Friday evening,
was largely attended. Music was
furnished by the famous Italian or
chestra. The Akron Street Fair and Carni
val has been largely attended by our
people throughout the past week.
Among the many curiosities witness
ed, Bosco, the snake eater, seems to
have drawn a greatdeal of attention.
Charles Breckenridge expects to
st rt for Kansas next month where
he will spend his vacation oi six
Logtown is getting somewhat un
easy about the incorporation ques
tion as thev fear they will not get
annexed to our city. Lutztown does
not care about being annexed as
their new store reports a prosperous
Akron capitalists have been in
town for several days looking up a
suitable site to locate a sewer pipe
factory. If the plant is built as ex
pected it will give employment to
about 300 more men.
Miss Hart and Miss Gilbert of Can
ton have been spending their vaca
tion at Benj. Hrfrt's the past two
Geo. Mellinger is slowly recover
ing from a long spell of sickness.
The Akron Smoking Pipe com
pany has not been running full force
the "last week on occount of scarcity
of clay.
Albert Hale, secretary of the Sum
mit County Agricultural association,
is busy at present preparing for the
J. Reiser nnd son aro busy running
t'eir cider mill almost night and day
to accomodate the farmers through
out the country.
Mr. Gilmore, - proprietor, of the
Snootsville pickle factory, was in
town last week.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known J. F.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Tirugglsti ,
Toledo, O.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price T5o per bottle.
Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hd11!s family Pills are the best.
Daniel Brown, a life-long resident
of Springfield township, died at his
home Monday of typhoid fever, at
the acre of 57. He had been sick only
a short time. Mr. Brown was a re
spected, honest and upright man,
always doing his duty wherever he
was wanted. He leaves a wife and
Ttnrf-chliare Edltii ' JamleY Clar
enceand Frank. Frank is danger
ously ill with the same fever. The
funeral services will be held at
North Springfield church, of which
he was a member, "Wednesday at 10
Florence Staver is spending a
couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Wm. Mitchell. She will leave for
Pittsburg next week.
The Cottage Grove picnic grounds
have closed for this season.
Adam Krumroy from Cedar Co.,
Iowa, is visiting his brother, Jacob
When dizzy
or drowsy take Beecuam's
Misses Nora Barnes and Jennie
Fretz were the guests of Barberton
friends Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fendenheim
celebrated their silver wedding last
Wednesday evening. About 75
friends and relatives were present.
Elmer Weaver aud wife of Akrou,
and Loyd Hartzell and wife of
Wadsworth, visited with J. H. Har
kins last week.
Emma "Whitman is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Wm. Nichter of Ca
nal Fulton this week.
J. B. Meech, Riley Franks, J. C.
Hochstetter and Mr. Johns were in
Barberton Monday on business.
Cornelia Marshall of "Wooster,
called on friends and relatives Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Gem of Craston, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ben
Whitman, a few days this week.
Quite a large number of Doyles
town people attended the street fair
at Akron last week.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" price 2c. For sale by all
Most of our people here attended
the street fair at Akron last -week.
All report themselves well pleased
with the enterprise.
Clarence Holm sustained quite ser
ious injuries by tho water tank pass
ing ever his leg. The unfortunate
boy was taken to Barberton where
his wounds were dressed.
Mr. Zaugg, who has been filling
the Reformed pulpit this summer,
will return to Tiffin Monday to fin
ish his clerical course.
A new boiler has recently been
placed in the old saw mill here and
cider making is again progressing.
A number of our band boys were
playing at the fair Saturday with the
K.O.T.M. band of Copley.
Corn is nearly
cut and the
wheat sown.
The social at the home of G. S.
Davis on Saturday evening, was well
attended. Proceeds were for benefit
of Congregational church repair
Rev. "Whitmoreof theM.E. church
is in Delaware this week, attending
tno annual conieronce. ne expects
to be returned to this work.
The M. E. church will hold Its last
ice cream social on Wednesday eve
niug at the home of A. L. Bouchton.
The Bath Cheese Co. will run its
factory all winter. The prices paid
for milk aro the highest obtained for
many years, averaging from lc to
ljsc above association prices.
A New Yorfc Physician Advises
His Patient to Take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
14 Peak Mrs. Pixkhm I have three
children and suffered with falling of
the womb and flooding. My physician
scraped the womb, still the flooding
continued and I was no better. At
last he advised me to use Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Then
I thought I would write to Mrs. Pink
ham for she could advise me better
than any one if I was to take her reme
dies. I received her reply and followed
all her directions and I am very glad
to send you this testimonial, for Lydia
E. Pinkhrm's Vegetable Compound is
just wha' it is recommended to be. I
advise rJl women who suffer from
these complaints to try it." Marie
Lejip, icr 2d Ave., New York Crrr.
"A ear ago I was a great sufferer
from painful menstruation. I could
not lie dew n or sit down for the dread
ful pain each month. I wrote to you
and took twelve bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
it has helped mc &o I cannot find
words to express my gratitude toward
Mrs. Pinkham. I am to-day well and
hearty. "Mies Joie Saul, Doveb,
Clare Co., Mich.
More than a million women have
been helped by Mrs. Pinkham's advice
and medicine.
Funeral of Mrs. Sarah Shuman-News
From Brimfield.
Bkijifikld, Sept. 20 Mrs. Dr. Mc
Connell spent a few days with friends
at Akron the past week.
Little Bertha Shuman of Akron
visited her grandfather, G. W. Car
rier and family, from Wednesday
until Friday. .
Dr. Finley Richards of Uniontown
was the guest of Charles Moulton
and wife Thursday.
.Lino. . , jjim-wii-i (tim uuii;ii
ter Aline snout Saturday ni C!lfV!
A great number of our towns peo
ple attended Akron's big Street Fair
the past week.
Mrs. James Swart wort and chil
dren of Kent visited Mrs. Elizabeth
Swartwort from Friday until Sun
George Manley visited his mother
at Akron Saturday and Sunday.
John'Willson and wife were guests
of Frank Parmelee and wife at Kent
Newton Carrier spent Sunday with
his aunt, Mrs. Kate O'Connor, at
Dr. J. C. Waldron was home from
Akron Sunday.
Milton Kneifel and family of Kent
spent Sunday with his parents, Wm.
Kneifel and wife.
Mrs. J. B. Wise and Mrs. S. B.
Jones went to Alliance Saturday for
a visit with friends.
Wesley Miller and wife of Akron,
were guests of Brimfield relatives
Mrs. Orra Brobst and Mrs. Electa
Jiwell will go to Lorain Saturday for
a weeK's visit witn relatives.
Mrs. Sarah Shuman -died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Loretta
Nlgbman, east of Kent, Sunday
morning after several weeks' illness,
ryeais. rne-runerai wnr-ttei,
held to'day (Tuesday) at her late
in the northwest part of the
A Word to Mothers.
Mothers of children aflected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate
nor narcotic in any form and may be
given as confidently to the babe as to
an adult. The great success that
has atended its use in tire treatment
of colds and croup has won for it the
approval and praise it has received
throughout the United States and in
many foreign lands. For sale by all
druggists. E. Steinbacher & Co.,
wholesale agents.
Stark County
Agricultural Society,
September 26. 27, 28 and 29
A great Agricultural. Industrial, Educational
and Fine Art Exposition, comprising
fourteen departments.
Open Oaf & Night
Concerts by Noted Bands, and Special
Attractions Daily.
Great Racing Events
Wednesday iVSigh-t:, Sept. 27
Grand Concert by the
Grand Army Band
Emil Keinkendorf , director ; 43 musicians, including
Knoll and McNeil, the world renowned
cornet duetists.
Thursday Night Sept.
Grand Ooncert by the
33 members, W. R. Yeagia, director.
Magnificent Display of Fireworks Wednesday and
Thursday Nights.
J. R. BOWMAN, Pres't. J. H. LEHMAN, Sec'j-, Canton, O
Mrs. Joshua Hile of Wadsworth, ji
sister -of . I. E. Wise, of this place,
was buried last Friday in the Wads
worth cemetery.
Miss Delia Bodeu was immersed in
Cox creek by Rev. Metzgar, Sunday
Everybody was well pleased with
the Free Fair at Akrou last week.
Sherman was well represented.
W. P. Baughman and family vi-ft-ed
in Akron over Sunday.
The Ware family held thfir re
union at the pleasant home of Joiah
Ware, living on the Akron and Woos
ter road between Hametown and
Johnsons, on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The meeting wa.s well attended by
all members of the Ware family and
all came with well filled baskets. A
sumptous dinner wa. served, to
which all did ample justice. The
afternoon was spent in social chat,
playing croquette and enjoying a de
licious melon treat gien by Ward
Ware, the popular young merchant
at Johnsons. Theru were friends
present from Akron, Seville, Wads
worth, Loyal Oak, Slinion Center
and Crystal Spring. The next re
union "will be held at the home of
Mr1-. Louisa Serfasnn the third Sat
urday in Sept. UKK).
M. L. Miller and family atttended
the -ilvei wedding at Duylestowii of
Mr. and Mis. Win. l'eiidenheiin last
Wednesday evening.
M. D. Spark has sold his propeity
to Jack Lowe and will move to Ak
ron in the near future.
The new Evangelical church will
soon be ready for dedication.
A. G. Sisler moved onto the Frank
Raber property last-Thursday.
Union Endeavor meeting at the
Lutheran church last Sunday even
ing was quite well attended.
Quite a number of our people at
tended the Free Street Fair at Ak
ron last week.
Rumor says we are to have another
saloon in town.
Mrs. Isaac Myers of Akron spent
two days with her parents, John
John Sisler is on the sick list, but is
some better at this writing.
The much looked for rain came at
last and everybody pleased.
Mr. Harings moves in with hr pa
rents, Jacob Row's.
Moving seems to bo the order of
the day in town this mouth.
Prove All Things.
This Old Command Is
Easy to Fulfill In
To will a wager, an English mar
quis stood on London bridge and of
fered for an hour British sovereigns
($5) for five shillings (1.S25). He
could not find a customer. There
are several good reasons why the or
dinary mortal could not he induced
to buy, but no reason can be given
why Akron people will not accept
the following convincing proof about
Doan's Kidney Pills. Read this:
F. M. Wolf, of 360 South Main
Kidney Pills did me a great deal of
good. My husband got them for me
from Laniparter & Co.'s drug store.
Before using them I had a dull,
grinding aching over my kidneys,
was lame in the small of my back,
my kidneys were sluggish, and I suf
fered from a feeling of weariness the
whole time. The use of Doan's Kid
ney Pills removed the trouble in my
backhand my kidneys acted normal
ly. They are a splendid remedy."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers; price 50 cents a box. Mailed
on receipt of price by Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, X. Y., sole agents for
the United States. Remember the
name, Doan's, and take no substitute.
Trinchera, Col., Dec 15, 1898.
I wrote you last summer and you advised "me to take "Wine of Cardut and Black-Draught. I have taken three bottles of
the Wine of Cardui and four packages of the Black-Draught, and I am glad to let you know that I am better ever smce I took
the first nine doses. "When I first commenced taking your medicine I was in bed. I tried several doctors and they-didn t do me
any good, but now I can do all my work and not get tired. I think I have had all the troubles
that could afflict a poor woman ; my back hurt, as did my hea'd and legs, and I had sick stomach
every time I ate anything. Nov I can eat anything and not hurt me and don't get tired. I think
this is the best medicine that was ever discovered. Mrs- CORA ROBINSON.
And yet this case of Mrs. Robinson's is only one of thousands. Every day in the year Wine of OrJui accomplishes
wonders for weak, sinTering' uonun,vthere doctors failed to brim: any permanent relief. Doctors do the best they can, but
Wine of Cardui 's the one natural remedy for female diseases, it contains the vital elements necessary to strengthen and regulate
the delicate menstrual org ns. Hence it never fails to benefit seldom fails to
th's -wonderful remedy, no suffering woman should hesitate to avail herself of
Archer, Marshall Co., Tenn., Dec. i, 1S9S.
My wife has been ick four months. The doctors pronounced it nervous prostration. I got her a bottle of Wine of Cardui. She has taken
five doses only and it has done her more good than all the medicine she has taken from the dpctors. E. C BAUCOM.
. 1
A TVqndiTful !)i;lfit '
i '.-t V. ns
I1.1 Only One
n::e llu ii.iik1!-? iSriu't "!'V ii n v -
nboui I ho srunf -. Nuiiir disturb-
:inri siocr ol inoieuit the other
H'UKiil.fd Wither Scott Unhurt
at tliH club one ntternoon. "It ennte
off wliiie 1 was down at my place at
San Mateo. Von know I have heeu
takiufr hoxinjr les-ons for xmie months
to reduce lle-h. ami it has worked like
a char.li. It's jtihmI sport, too, and.
though I say it myself. I'm pietty clev
er with the ;rloos now. Had an in
structor come riiiwu three times a
week: and we had some rattling bouts.
I can1 tell you.
"Pan it irot to he rather sluw aftei
awhile. The man had taught me about
all he knew. 1 was up to all his
tricks, ami lie .simply couldn't touch
inc. I saw I'd have to get a moie
scientilic instructor, and told the man
as mticli one afternoon. I broke it to
him 'gently, of course, but I let him
see I knew he wasn't m my class.
The Jioor fellow was all broken up,
and l felt so sorry for him that I said
we'dSmt on the gloes anyway for one
labt ?o.
"Itjwas then that the extraordinary
cosmic phenomena I men'tioued took
place! I had just put up my hands
and was
was getting reaily to show him n
trickjor two when the woiiri seemed to
bump into something hard and jarred
me clean off my feet. At the same
time itxan into a rain ot meteors that
made; the most brilliant pyrotechnic
display I have ever witnessed.
".Somehow it didn't seem to affect
the professor much, for when I recov
eredfrom my surprise lie was bath
ing my head and miirimuiug some
thing to the ertect that he 'guessed tlia
young guy wouldn't be so gay now for
awhile. I have decided to keep him
on unll the cosmogony gets a little
morej fsettled." San Krancisco Argo
naut.! tT An Artful Crratnre.
telling him sUe tlemly loxed rainy days?
Surely, 'ho didn't want hiui to think her
"Oh, uo; she knons well enough tha
sentiment is out ot date. She wanted
him to fi-t he idea her hair curled natu
rally "- lticltjnai-)lis Journal.
Retail Price.
Sept. 'Si, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery j jnffj
28c, country 24-25c, lard 10c; eggsjljg
OfUi uliicivuiiD,!? iu iuu yci. iu uienoeu,
surincr chicken. 15c a lb.
Corn, ear 22c per bushel,
shellpd 48C; oats 2Sc; hay G0c
a hundred; straw 35c a hundred.
Lettuce 12 to 15c perpound. Head
lettuce loc. -
Xow onions, three 'bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 2 for 5c.
Celery 10c a bunch.
Wax Beans 12)c a measure.
Tomatoes, homo grown Sc a 2 qt.
New beets, 2 for 5c.
Summer squash, 5c to 10c a piece.
New potatoos, 75c a bit.
Home grown cabbage, 5 fo 10c head
Green Corn 15c doz.
Wholesale Prices.
Wheat (!9c; oats '20 to 22e"
rtiir. l.Sc: corn, shelled. :-tnv
!iv. I:
in. - .. lii
Butter, creamery, 2Hc; country 15.
to 17c: lard, 0 to Ge: etrtrs, "l7c:
chickens, live 8c, dressed 1 U: -
ISavy beans, $l.:u, fl.lu; inanowfat
beans $1 .50, $ 1 .(.
Curpd hides, No. !.! No. 2. be,
jreen.No. 1, 71c. No. 2 fic, eon d
calf skins, No. I. 10'. No. 2, ;
green, No. I, He: No. 2, v. tallov. ,
No. 1, 4o; sheep pelts. :!'.c; I .nib-kin-.
Pork, dressed, 5 to ti In t A) !
beef, dressed, is to Su
to .Nc "w'Jnffl
i?2 C to Ml tf.
spring Iamb, (M
oific; mutton, live
dressed, 8iCc to 9c:
iu to uc; punt, loins, mo: wm. nw
6Jc to 6, dressed, !) to 10c.
HUKar-cured ham, H)Mc to IHjc:
shoulder, & to 7c; California ham,
0to7c; bacon, 8 to 9c; dried beef.
15 to loc; laru, simmi pure. 7
in tub; liic in tlereoi: enuntrv
kettle 6c; pure lard. (if.
Hemlock bill stuir $18 per m
Norway bill stuir t-2 per m
Yellow pine siding No. 1 $27 per in
Yellow pino flooring No. 1 common
$23 per m
Yellow pine ceiling No. 1 $27 por m
wmte pine lath ro. i, $. per m
White pine lath No. 2 $1.60 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $3.10 per
Clear hemlock
sningies fz.w per i
Until you get our prices and "see
our grades.
The Hankey Lumber Co.,
Wholesale nnd retail dcnlcrs In
And manufacturers ot
Sasb, Boors, Blinds, Etc.
1036 South Main St. - Akron, O.
Phone '29.
pains in the head anil legs quickly vanish beiore the magic innuence oi wine oi
Cardui. Foradvice in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms,
The " LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT," The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
- nZZe&frJK2IfiAr?S9VX
Grand Opera Mouse
Wiwu-r F. Sticki.k, Mgr.
Tuesday, Sept. 20-"Brown's in
Sept. 20 "Brown's in
Town "
Thursday, Sept. 23-Hoyt's, "A
Ti ip to China Town."
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itra. Popular prices.
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Paper, size 8x1 1
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Paper, size '8x14
A Inrfrt nsortment of nil entiles of
paper ami eiinl boiird, mouutlng
board forkodnks ami Perry pictures.
Ste samples.
Everett Building-. Tel. 24 lr
For Drugs, Prescriptions, Taney
j Articles and Cigars come to the
Nev Orus Store
At No. II2I S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
A cordial Invitetton
is extended to all to CALL AT
"The Cottage'5
Full line of Bomeatio and list
ported goods.
iln st.
Telephone 1611
The Summit County
Tuesday,' Wednesday, Thursday
October 3, &, 5,
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Fountain Psai-lc.
1 $b Ascension every day. ( 'hudreirs day, Wednesday, ( )cr. 4 ; all
jirpj admitted free on that da V. "
m The Races are uneuualed and alwavs
lappv eJactc. 2.0S), the Wisconsin
W)1 it'll if1i tlr tnnrla of fKrt foil
Wil "illv" uiiv. JtJVJi. iu uii1 inn
ra exhibition each day. lie
Other special features will be there.
Baby Show on
!M)0 first and $'2.00 second, premium each for the fattest, prettiest and bis;";
over tine year old.
A premium of $15.00 lirt and SI 0.00 second', for the finest two-horse Turnout
to lie shown in the grand parade on Friday. Entries Confined to Summit county.
The Best Bands in -tho Country
Aro to be there and will give a concert each day.
M. L. SPR ANKLE, Pros.
cure. With the convincing eviaence in iavor oi
it. That frightful backache.and those dreaded
The second annual reunion of the
Ream cousins was held at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mxs. Orris Ream of
this place. Twenty assembled to
gether. Exchanges of experience i
duriujr the nastyear, social talk,'
i ..I.? i ,
VT",1 rUIATf. "' ", 8,,"iel 'ele
imimjjeu m. Liasu uiiu wsiieruituoii
i wre 6erved' U w,e"t !UVJ. wi"'
an. expression of good will and hearty
wishes for future happiness.
tom n,.!.- ..A '(.m;i,. :. i
1 "''" "'n """ """".' alien
friends and relatives at Thomiis
town. Attorney Ira Nash of Cincinnati,
lw, -'no r,1l1 1-r, A L-,"rtM ftv - firt
days, visited with hi parents Sun-j
Jeremiah Ilarter has returned
home from New Rerlin.
Mrs. K. P. Hill is spendinjr a week i
in Akron.
George Bachtel of Akron, and his
brother, John, of Kokomo, Ind.,
cjlled at L. Nash's, Sunday.
A number of our people attended
the funeral of Mrs. Joshua Hale,
north of town, Friday, held at the
Wadsworth Disciple church.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Santee of
Medina, are visiting with the lat
ter's parents.
Levi Xash is auctioneering the
Licev sale at River Styx this week.
SnnkoH Charm nnd Kill n. Horse.
Ab'-Jin Itobeson near Grantsburg,
Ind.. while hunting1 a stray hor.se
which had been missing for two days
noticed a large black snake, which re
treated toward a cave formed by an
overhanging ledge of rocks in one of
the higli bluffs surrouuding his pasture
field. His horse was found lying in
this cavern, but coyercd by what look
ed to him like a mountain of snakes, so
numerous were tho reptiles. Robeson
fled to his house and secured his shot
gun, with which he returned and open
ed lire until his cartridges were ex
hausted. After the battle he counted j
me uouies or -iia snakes lying around
and over the body of his horse, which
was deauwhHe .niany reptiles escaped
in a wounded condition. He believes
i,-h'"1' nFttV 'I T'T"'"
cent animal, weighing 3,000 or more
pounds, had been charmed by the' rep
tiles so that he was powerless to escape.
Over 5,000 in cash prizes ntitl
loer foil tt'Ckltf nlmncr tfilrl
luciu iiiii Vjiiu (iiiiivcu iyiuj
is creating a sensation wherever he goes this summer.
Thursday, Oct. oth
t 2 p.m., at
During Hot Weather
Pure and Delicious
Ice, Cream
Ice ft(fa
Cream kJr.lW.Cl
With Pure FruifJuice
Flavors, Extra Fine
Also a complete line of
Baked Goods, Bread,
Cakes, Etc.
Don't fair to visit
122 S. Main st.
Orders by phone promptly
attended to.
Phone 3J2 1
Dewey! Dewey!!
Admiral Dewey,tho hero of Manila,
will arrive in New York September
28 and will bo welcomedhome by the
citizens of the United'States. The
patriotic Erie R. It. will sell tickets
to the pumic onseprerrtrj5r"26T2ra!id "
23 to Jfew York and return at rate of
$ IG. Tickets limited to October 4. in
clusive. For full particulars see "W.
E. Langdon, agent Erie R. R.
and Friday
purses. Grand Pulloon
children under lb years ot age
iniideless wonder, over.
tvill lir fimv on f 1 r Af fill
nuri'v unviv itiiw j - .
the otlice
the grounds,
babbies, not
Clark ft Co.

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