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SATURDAY, NOV. 22', 1002.
AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT
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THE DEMOCRlAFS
IERfOLUMtNS
WANTED-MALE HELP.
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WANTED Boys" nnA girls. Tho Wer
ner Co., Akroiii 0 r- - V!Ott
WANTED M6n to Wara.barbcf' trade,
Rapid advancement by abundance of J
yruuuco, quuiiuca icncners, cic. in
ducements to distant applicants.
Catalogue frets. Write today. Moler
B&tber College, Chicago, III., Or
leans, La. l 173-tf
.WANTED Men for packing salt. Ap
ply at tho Colonial Salt Co. 184-188
WANTED-RBLIABLlf IERSPN
In each district to manage business
for old house. Salary $18 weekly.
Expenses advanced. Permanent po
sition. Enclose self-addressed en
velope. Manager, 342 Caxton Bldg.,
Chicago
Nov. 8, 10, -15, 17, 22, 24, 29, Dec 1.
WANTED Book and Job compositors;
wages $10 50 per week' of 54 hours.
Address Cleveland Typothetae, Clar
ence building, Cleveland, O. 160-tf
WANTED- FEMALE HELP
WANTED Girls and boys for steady
work at the Enterprise Works. 130
Ash st 177-204
WANTED-a few ladles to handle
goods of a responsible company.
Good salary paid with rapid chance
of advancement. Call or nddress B.
Kent Boom No. 36, v Central Office
Building. ' 185-1SG
WANTED Middle aged woman to do
housework; no washing; good wages.
Inquire Miss "Bert-odln, 811 S Main
8t . . . 184-180
WANM2D' SOLIOITORS-Xndleer or
gentlemen. Big results from a few
hours work each day: Apply at
once. Nd experience required. For
'particulars inquire at '""Denfocfat
office. ' tf.
. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
.TV ANTED To buy at once, a small
hOu$e, 'four or five room? fCcain.
Also, ' -good lot near Perkfos school,
forVddsb; give location "and price,;
'Address 'H." 313 Bowery sb 180-tf
.Wantrd-Manaeer fo'r'Aewi branbn'
bfr-outf-buslness hereXltAkrorAd-S
dress at once, with references, Al
fred Morris, Wholesaler, Cincinnati,
OY . ' ' 185-186
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(WNTED-Plaln sewing. Inquiry
room "l, 218 South Main St l
WANTED Four or flvtf rooms, with
gas. M,ust be centrally located. Good
references, Address f,'Rooms,''-care
of Democrat. ICStt
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WANTED By honest rcllad yqung
mau with tbveo years experience as
rate clerk In railroad freight offlco,
position with manufacturing firm
offering chance for advancement
Address A, Care Democrat.
180-185
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Hall, with anto room;
water andjjas In connection; suitable
for society meetings. Has been used
for this purpose and Is in good con
dition. Sfce with ante-room, 20x105
feet. Inquire Motz & Myers, 140 S.
Howard st.' 180-102
FOR RENT-r Two furnished rooms, ono
front; gas for light and beat, and
usa of telephone, 112 N. Walnut st
184-180
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FOK RENT One ormor,e rooms. En
quire .Tno. Krat,4?9 South Howard
. v i- "8-tf
f1 ' ' I. . mftmm lit i t
In
FOUND
iFOUND The' best place to borrow
money privately on furniture, with,
oqi romovnlj easy terms. N. M.
Berk, 183 S, Howard, both phones.
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FOR RENT HOUSES.
FORRENT Brand new house, Jeffer-
son aye., ?s pi? montn, edi. aio
E.) Cro,sler.
FOR'RENT Iooms or house. AJ1 con
veniences. Inquire 113 Homo St.,
rear of Grape school 183-185
I FOR RENT A small cottago, with
lot Good water supplyii2 minutes
walk from business center. Chas.
Frank.in, 157 Cuyahoga st. '
' 185,187.
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IFOR RENT Seven room houso with
fufpac and' gas; also four rooms. C.
H. and S. E. Jones, Peo.rihone 452.
tS. 184'1BS
i"OR RENT Modern 8 room Jiouse
808 Bowery st Inquire at 808 Bow-
cry. "- 1B-1-1B6'
'OR RENT House, 107 Weeks st. F.
i&h ieser, Everett building, 183-185'
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OR RBNT-rKour six room houses on
Beacon st,t H0.00 per month. Ond
8 room' house and barn cprne of
gieiner an, ahotus sts., $J8.00. One
T roon) house, Bellows st, $1400. In
qulre'vbf Wm. M. Buchtel, 140 S.
Balgh. Tel. Brown 2,471. 182tf
RBAB DBMOCRET LINERS.'
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LOSTA pocketboOk containing a
large adm 'of money on Arlington
sft,En8f AWfirt. 'Plrider notify "B,"
caro Democrat offlcft and recelvo re
ward. . 183-187
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' MISCELLANEOUS.
FOIt SALE. One.good young work
mulo. Enquire 215 N. Forgo'st. Wm.
Matson. -
178 t f.
FOR SALE TwoV good top buggies,
ono single buggy harness, cheap if
sold nt once. Inquire at 207 West
Tallmadgo ave. "J 1S0-185
LOIE HONG LOW Yako Man-The
Leading Chinese 'Restaurant. Open
day and night CHOP SUEY Sam
Chong, proprietor, 0 East Market
St.,.?nd Foor, Alypn, O. Chinese
'and American Dishes served at off
hours.
FOR SALE A full rubber trimmed
slnclo buetry harness, lrt good condi
tion. Cheap. Enquire 302 Lake st
Peoplo's phone," 117a 185-180
FOR SALE One dozen bedroom
'chairs cheap. At 114 South Pros
pect st 183-185
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FOR SALE About 15 000 second hand
red brick, In good condition. Price, $3
per thousand. Can bo seen at Rapid
Transit power house, on Furnace St.,
near foot of High. ThevCrown Fire
Clay Co., 120Q E. Market st 183-185
THE DRY GLOyE CLEANER is the
best preparation, yet discovered for
cleaning Kid Gloves. For sale only by
us, In the Glovo Dept, which Is' the
most completo department In' the State
of Ohio. Prico 15c. Dague Bros. & Co.
Increase your estate at oncol You
can do this on tho slow-nav nlnn easv.
'accommodating, satisfying, sure. Get
details free. No importunity.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE.
, JOHN C. BLOOMFIELD, Agt
fch'tijmacber Block. Tel. 015.
dly tf
HUMMEL'S HACK LINE.
- Hack leave Barbcrtoi 0:30 a. m.,
and 4:415 p. m.
Leave, Doylestown 8 a. m. and S p.
m. v
J -tSiv; SPECIAL ORDERS
GIVEN, PROMPT ATTENTION.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
) FOR 8ALE-A'r)hVsnarp, , 180 S,
, Mojh, Peo. phone 2 on 1113.
E. York, 5 rooms, gas, fruits, cheap.
$103$ easy terms Aekley st, 7 rooms,
$850r 707 N. Howard st, 0 rooms,
frtdts, $1800; 114 S'. Summit, 0 rooms,
modern, $3400; 148 S. Summit 12
rooms,1 modern, $4SO0; Carmlchael st ,
' 6 rooms ,$1100. Some big bargains In
farms. See our ls.'t, 180-tf
FOR SALE-SMALL FACTORY
SITE on line o5' Akron and Barber
ton Belt Ry.Co., and about 300 feet
north of East Exchange st Has a
frontage of 250 .feet on railroad and
227 feet on Huntington st. Just east
of the Rubber Workers' Allt Prlco
$1000. Apply to'G. F. Kasch, 230
Hamilton Bldg.,' Peo. Tels., 60 and
1411. ' ' 170tf
FOR SALE 8 room house, all modern.
308 Bowery. Inquire on premises.
184-186
FOR SALE-By BROUSE & HOL-
LINGBR:
,002 West Cedat; at, 8 rooms, ,$2600.
,327, Secorjd st, North' HJ11, $1700.
217 Sumter st, .0 rooms. $3250,
1Q4 James st, 6 rooms, $1800.
200 Poplar st, 6 'rooms, $1100.
124 Uacbtel ave.,,8 renins, $2550,
1 301 w. Cedar etSt rooms, $1400.
205 Bowery st, XI rooms, $3050.
.357Wesfc North at, 1.0 rooms, $lfO0,
710 Hotno ave., 8"ooms, $1250.
'102 Portage st, ,J, rooms, $2200.
2 bouses Long st!,.e&ch $1550.
305 Sumner st, 11 rooms, $2500.
102 boulevard near Thornton st,
$1C00. j
'195 Cbamplaln st, & rooms, $1500.
'545 W. Market st, 10 rooms, $3500.
121 Commlns sU.7 rooms. $1500.
7 room house Cuyahoga Falls road,
5 room house Hart st, $825.
100 Cleveland st7,5 rooms, $050.
088 E. Exchange st, 7 rooms, $1800
103 Locust st, OJrparas, $1500.
412 Bell st., 5 rooms,1 $1450.
123 Berg st, 0 rpotais, $1000.
Corner Hart and Second, 5 rooms,
115 Adolph ave., 0! rooms, $5700.
'827 "Edgcwood, 0 rooms, $1800.
"1208'Bo'wery st, 8'rooms, $2500.
307 Beck ave., 7 fporae, $3600.
410. E. Vorls st, & rooms, $1400.
118-Edgewood ava; 5 rooms,' $1150.
202 Bacbtel ave., 8 rooms, $2150.
1-T'4 We,st Crosier st, 6 rooms, $1800,
317 Second st, North Hill. $1000.
Corner Tallraadge a,ve. and Second
St, 52075. ' ' '
114 Getz st, 6 rooms, $1500,
2 properties Iron st, $1600.
Money to loan.
BROUSE & HOLLINGER,
226 S; Main st
183-185
FOR SALE Here's a bargajn$8'
wuinnY you a une, manaonnnevor
UBCU, ujubjc IHCB, 4UBimcuon oook
and mandolin cover: reason (Or sell
ing, no time to take up music. Call
at 020 East Mill st , 182.188
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READ DEMOORMT OWNERS;
FOR SALE-REAL tSTATE.
FOIt BALE-Flrio modern 10 room
houso and 0 acres of land, barn, fruit,
etc., good location, on street car line.
410 Crosby st., 0 room homo and
barn, largo lot, cheap at $1800.
7 room home and barn on Second
are., .tlldo.
Beautiful lQ.room resldjenco on ono
of tho fluent sts. In clU', extra largo lot,
Immedlato salo, $4500.
New modern 10 room house on West
Hill, 5 mlmttcc waif from Mar
k(k,nnd Howard Its, $3d25 If sold at
once. v
Fine 23 acre farm,' good buildings,
for sale or exchange on city property.
1 good lot on Beaver St., cheap.
2 good houses and lots at Cuyahoga
Falls for sale or exchange, $1000 each.
8 co theso bargains.
4 good lots on 8. Main st, $525 each.
2 lots In tho White City which we
will sell very chqap If disposed Of at
once.
(Call and see our complete list. For1
quick salo seo us. W have exception,
nl facilities. Money to loan. See us
for real estate.
THE FEDERAL REALTY CO..
Both phones, 800. 000 Hamilton Bldg.
181-tf
FOR SALE Grldleyi&MjrhoInr have
several very flno West Hill resi
dence properties to show your also
one on E. Buchtel aye, one on E.
Exchange, all of which aro modern
and some have never been, occupied,
see them; 0 room houso, barn, 1 aero
lot, Sherbondy Hill, big bargain,
$1,500. 48 Central building. PeO
pie's phono S'lO.
FOR SALE By C. H. & S. B. Jones.
People's phone 452.
10 acres, very fertile land, 3-4 mile
from city limits.
Good lot, 50x150 feet, on car Una,
$100.
3 lots with 3-room cottage and barn,
only $650.
7 room house, furnace, gas, sewer
and water, only 4 minutes' walk from
corner Main and Excbangera'ljargaln
at, $1700. . ' 150 tf
FOR SALE By Chas. Esselburu,
Walsh block, phones 118:
$500, lot 40x125, Arch st. $309.
544 W. Market, 0 room house, fur
nace, gas, bath, etc., lot is 82x332.
Here Is a bargain, at $4200. Don't fall
to .see this.
124 James st, 0 rooms, furnace,, bath,
gas, lot 57x187, $4000. Just oft from
College st.
New 0 room house, Fuller st, E. Ak-
rori ,$1100, lot 47x150, cheap.
116 Carroll st, first class 8 room
house, lot 60x185, with barn, price only
$3000. Call and see this.
593 W. Exchance. 6 room bouse, lot
82x80,5 cheap borne at $1275. " ,
120 Berg st, 7 rooms, modern, price
has been reduced to $2175; houso Is
new, good location.
$8000 grand home. Marshall are., for
$6200; 10 rooms, n bargain.
139. Portage St, at, $1100; can't be
beat; li's'ln flrsKclass shape; house bas
422 Park st., 0 modern rooms, a fine
location, only $4000.
141 Arch st, 6 rooms, good big lot,
not expensive at $2000.
315 (Edgewaod T ave., new. '15' room,
house, lot 72X165,'' abundant room for"
two more houses; price only $1200.
Lot 83x132 S. Broadway, next to 602,
with good barn, $850.
Corner Prospect and Park, $3675.
113 Francis ave, 5 rooms, $1245.
$2600 buys 104 Nash Bt, 8 rooms,
new, big lot, ood barn.
$1050, 016 N. Howard st, 8 rooms.
121 N. Summit, 8 rooms, lot 66x237,
about $3200; line bargain.
8 room house, Goodrich st, $1075,
6 rooms, 236 Crosby st, $1750.
10 rooms, $3975, 402 8. High.
560 W. Exchange, 8 roojns, $1705.
$1100, 126 Butler ave., 5 rooms.
New 7 room house, furnoce, gas, etc.,
Carroll St., $2300; is cheap.
$5000, 306 Park st, 12 fine rooms.
502 E. Market, $6200. 12 rooms.
$6000 Is cheap for 271 W. Market,
two modern 0 and 8 room houses.
New, 7 rooms, Boulevard ave , $1600.
$8600, business 'block, S. Howard;
will, net 8 per cent. Interest,
$2890, Modern home, Euclid ave.
$4200i good, modern home, Good st
153 s; Broadway, $4600, 10 rooms.
$1500, given away, ?gooq buys a
$i500 11 room house, Adolph ave.
Call and seo '170 Benjamin st, at
$2200, 8 rooms, 64x160,
Last Jot, 40x140, N. Howart st, Just
south of North st, $500; $200 down; it a
worth $750 easily.
Lot 25x180 opposite street car barns,
ror jfTuu, it a worm ?izw.
108 Tallmadge ave,, $1050; $100 down.
417 Miami, 5 room house, and 8 good
lots for $1400, 145x210. l
10 rooms, 125 Klrkwood for $8000,
Bargain, 0 rooms, modern, 625 W,
Market, $4400; tine location; lot us
show you tho interior; it's good.
205 Beck ave., $2075; $200 down. This
is a very neat home.
Lot, $295, Vwper st, 50x192.
Last lot, 60x212, Crosby st, $6000,
Lot, 52x112, $500; Allyn st.
163 it
FOR 8ALE-By J. I. Bachtel, 188 8,
Howard st, phono 722;
Your choice of two new houses, Bow
ery st, 6 rooms, comented cellars,
well, gas, only $1350.
Good 5 room house, Benjamin st,
oargain, $1100.
108 Amherst, 5 rooms, cementedcet
lar, well, gas, fruit, $1200.
12 rooms on Lake st, furnace, well,
gas, barn, fine shads and fruit, $350Q.
Good lot on S. Main st, $600.
117 Wolf, 7 rooms, gas, sdwor, well,
barn, $1450.
West HllMots on car line, from $600
MP-
83 feet front on S. Main st. with 2
store rooms and 8 room bouse In rear
at about; voluo ,of frontage, good- 4n-
vpsimenn
New five room house, Woostor ave-.,
njco lot, $ 950 If, sold soon,
, Money .loaned at lowest rates,
! 182-tf
FOR SALE By F. A. Leescr, room 510
. Everett building. Houses, nnd Jots
in the tty on easy terms, iparmij for
saie or traqe. Money to josn. I76tf
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE Two building lot near
the new Miller school and Fourth
Church of Christ A bargain. Ad
dress, Ileal Estate, caro Democrat
$7B DISCOUNT FOR 10 DAYS ONLY
Lot No. 5, on Bloomuejd ove.. West
Hill. Terras' not hard. Size, 50x140
foet Lots adjoining sold for $400;
price for ten days, $325. O. F.
Kasch, 230 Hamilton bldg. Fco. tele
phones 00 and 1411. 185-104
FOR SALE That lot on Mills ave.,
33x113, at only $303, is the grcatost
bargain in town. Other lots the
samo size on this street aro held at
$750. Owner wants money at once
This price Is good for three days
only. Seven room house. West
South st, $1050. P. P. Hock & Co.
185
FOR 8ALE-217 N. Maple, 7 room
slate root house, largo lot, a wonderful
ly cheap place. $1500.
102 N. Broadway, 2 houses, 1800.
Fine lot, Benjamin st, all Improve
ments paid, bargain, $375.
152 8. Broadway, owner moving to
Chicago; 10 rooms, lot 02x132, will
sell at big sacrlflco.
200 Amherst st, new, 0 rooms, fur
nace, gas, well, cistern, $2000.
F. J. Wettach, Hamilton bldg.
173-tf
FOR SALE Henry Holtz, Abbey
block, Peoplo's phone, 2 on 1380:
310 W. North, 11 rooms, $1250.
072 N. Howard, 8 rooms, new, $2300.
8 rooms, N. Howard, new $1800.
174 S. Maple, 8 rooms, modern, $2800.
311 Splcer, 7 large rooms, $3000.
fl acrs., good 0 rm. house and barn, 10
minutes walk from Hall's corners,
$8000. This Is a good Investment.
Farms of 5, 10, 20, 30, 10, 63, 82, 100,
143, 170 and 108 acres tor sale or trade.
Open Saturday evenings. '
Money to lbanotprevalling rates.
PROSPECTIVE BUYERS.
Parties wishing to buy or exchange
properties will do weil to call on us
before- buying, Houses and lots In all
parts of tho city. Farms for sale.
r Money to loafi. 'Gridley & Mytholer.
real estate and.insurance. 48 Central
nulldln'g. Peo. jlbone, 516.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate
and household furniture, pianos,
horses and wagons, etc. Special at
tention given to 'the collection of
rents. Open evenings.
oTm. Mcknight,
Boom 17, Arcade. Phone, Peo. 637.
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MONEY TO LOAN on REAL ESTATE
$100 J6O0
$200 . $700
WOO WSV?., j" $800
$400,'--' $900
500 ' $1000
Hale & Coates, 314 Everett bldg, Tel.
People's S77 otf
dly tf
Telephone 655
FOR ,FINEST
Coaohes in the City.
On call at all times.
Pull Line of livery.
All cushion tlrvs. Largest moving
vans In the city. Best of service guar
anteed. Prlcos reasonable. Both phensa.
dly tf
MONEY ADVANCED
ON SALARIES.
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 Disoount Co.
peo: phono 716. 112 Hamilton Bldg.
CASPER ZI'NTBL
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS
OF BRUSHES.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 South Main st, Akron, O.
dly tf
COAL.
A. D. ELLIS,
COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN-
ERAL TEAMING
and trans'errlng. Parcels and trunks
delivered. Transient and boarding
stable. Offlco and stable, 228-230 W.
Market st "otb phones No, 25T.
SOMETHINGNEW
And needed by ejery insn. Our 11,000
oomWnt!on ACCIDENT Poltcy, coit
Ing but fifty cents per month, covering
at Facctdenu unci nil occupations under
a new'plMi. IttO.oco already paid In
clalrnn. Hend for circulars. AGRNTB
WANTED. Good territory, Wbersl
terms. Address National Aocldent,
Society. 820 Broaday, N. Y. Estab
lished 1& years,
tu & stf
Examination of Teachers.
The Board of School Examiners for Suns
mltconnty will bold meetings at Akro
?a
High tcnool, assembly room,
further notloe. for examinations ot
wu
cants for teaoiien' certlOoatM U follow!
First Saturdays of September, October,
November, December. January, February,
March, April and May and third Saturday
of August. Pupils' examinations for ad
mission to high schools ti til bo held on the
third Saturday of April and second fintur
day of May. Examinations begin, at 8i30
a.m. aon aay. rats icnoumo goes inco enect
April 1. 10-.
y
order of the Board.
FRANK L. LVTXjE, Clerk.
Divorce Granted.
Edward Bock v,as granted a di
vorce from Maria Rock, In Common
Pleas court, Friday. Tho ground set
forth In the petition was neglect of
duty. Atty. J.W. Halderman was ap
pointed a referee In tho case and his
report, made Prldsy, was confirmed
by Judge Kohler. Tho tfartle were
tijarried.at JSuffaloN. X.r -July 14,
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THE DEMOCRATS BUSINESS
and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
X
DR. D. U. RUEGSEGGER,
TEE DENTIST
Removed to No. 210 Walsh Building.
Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-520 p.m.
C. T. PARKS.
FUHEKAL DIRECTOR
Personal attention given to all calls.
Lady attendant. Ambulance.
Both phones 442. 110 N. High st
L. D. EWING.
COHTRACTOR AJTO BUILDER
Dealer In mantles and grates, floor
tiling, parque, flooring, grilles siding,
frames, mouldings etc.
Peo. phono 052. 110-121 Klrkwood st
J. H. CAST,, Druggist.
Paints, Oils, White Lead. VarnUhe
and Paint Brushes. Befc quality at
lowest prlcos. Peo. phone 1000. Bell
Cherry 100. 182 Wooster ave.
JAS. T. FLOWER.
KAimX9 UfB GRATZ3
Qlazed and Umjlazert Tiling, Parquet
and Hard-wood Floors.
Both phon'cs 07ft 110 8. High 't
G. M. KEMPEL.
Furnlturo dealer, 'upholsterer and mat
trcsa manufacturer. Repairing a spe
cialty. Pecplfs phone 723. Bell,
brown 824. 140-JO1 3- Main "t.
Dr. C. E. Smith. Dr. J. B. Vedder.
SMITH O VEDDER,
PXKTIST3
810 Everett Building.
Office hours 8-11:80 a.m. 1-5.30 p-jj.
People's phone 890.
G. F- DURANT.
Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls
promptly attended. Peoplo's phono OL
Office, room 6, Tracy block, Barber
ton. Howard J. Cramer,
Wholesale and letall dealer In flour,
feed, baled hay, straw, salt cement
and all kinds of field and garden seeds.
Try our Acmo stock food. Both phones
611. 710-718 S. Main st Akron, O.
GEO. S. tBTLTT
111 KJIng St. People's phone 1287.
Contractor and brick masonry of all
kinds. Repair work a specialty. Esti
mates cheerfully furnished.
CLOTHES FRESSntO.
Akron Clothes & Pressing Co
Regular Prioe.
Full suits, sponged and pressed. .75c
Overcoats, spopged and pressed. .50c
Pants, spoDged and prosscd 25c
Cleaning business suits $2.00
Pants cleaned -...75c
Goods called for and delivered to
any part of tho city. Mall orders giv
en prompt attention. People's phono
754; Bell 2801 green.
S10 East MU1 st
dly tf
THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO.
Coal, transfer and livery.
Packing, moving and storing of goods,
coaches, coupes and carriages for fu
nerals, weddings, -parties and callings.
Offices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st, TeL
800. No. 110 N. High st Tel. 42K
dly tf
Auction S&le
? Real Estate
On Saturday, Nov. 22, at
2 p. m. on tho premises I
will sell to the highest bidder
the property known as No.
120 N. High st, Akron, houso
of 12 rooms, lot 60x132.
Terms, cash.
F. J. WETTACH
Agent.
If you are bilious and seeking ad
visers, Take DeWltt's Little Early Risers,
Just before going to bed.
You will find on the, morrow,
You are rid of your soirow
That's all; Just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but
move the bowels gently and easily,
cleanslpg tho liver. Their tonic ef
fect gives strength to the glands, pre
venting a return of the disorder. For
salo by all druggists
Money to Loan
In riy amount '
at Prevailing
Rtttes.
Brunei-
&i Goodhue
Cooke Co.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Assignment of Olareuco Q. Stetler.
The undersigned bas been, duly ap
pointed and qualified as Assignee In
trust, for the benefit of the creditors
of Clarence O. Sttjer, ot Summit
County, Ohio, All persons Indebted to
said assignor will make Immediate
payment, and creditors will present
their claims, according to law, duly
authenticated, to the undersigned, for
allowance. i
'Dated this 14th day of November,
A. D.t 1002. ,
WL T. SAWYER.
Nov. 15, 22, 20. '
'JL'ho foot of a horse Is ono of the most
ingenious and unexampled pieces of
meohanism In the whole range of aul
inal structure.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
n W. C. KITTLEBERGER,
Dealer In hlds, leather findings, and
saddlery, hardware Manf. of Harnesa
Phono 1820. 818 S. Main st
H. L. EGGLESTON, SMaWWr
Spectacles and eyeglasses. Headache
and nervous disturbances cured by
properly fitted gloates. All styles at
reasonable prices. No charge for ex
amination. C. U. phono 23" Cherry.
J. McTAMMANY,
rXACTICAl TAUOK
Special, fancy and sporting gar
ments. Rooms 212 and 213 Walsh
block. Mak(-r of men's clothes
Peo. Phone 1263.
Quit's Prescription Pharmacy, gLseJr
Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con
tains 00 per cent of pure Norwegian
Cod Liver OIL 50c per pint bottle. At.
most tasteJss. Children will take It
Try It P'uono 002.
Gumrs TAVwur, T.r. ownir.rres.
Hotel and Restaurant Sample room
In connnection. Beat wines, liquors
ind cigars. Both phones: P. 940; B.
3201 Cherry.
124 N. Main at. near Opera Honse.
Mystic Carpet Cleaning Works,
rOEHLMAK fFAms, ProprleUrs.
Business under management of Mr.
Poehlman.
ISO Bluff &t Both telephones 178.
Coed Best Cambridge Lump Co&l
Musslllon tnd Magnolia Coil. Special
prices on your winter's coal supply.
V. M. HERRICK.
Phones, 83 Peo.; 360 Bell.
610 E. mi:: st
PACKING AND STORING We pack
ind store furniture. Eratz Furniture
Store, 140 S. Howard st Phone
C42.
dly tf
Put not your trust In money, but
put your money In trust Be protect
ed. Prepare for a rainy day by de
positing your savings In
TEE GUAXDIAlt 8AVHT0S BAITS.
Masonic Temple building. Open Sat
urday evenings from 6-50 to 830.
Alarm
C Calls
1 Central Engine Houss
2 Buckeye Wurks,
3 Miller Rubber Worke.
4 Diamond Rubber Works.
5 Main and Market
6 No. 2 Engine House. 4
7 N. Broadway, near Market
8 Buchtel ave. and Bowery.
12 Prospect, near Mill.
13 Furnace and Broadway.
14 Main and Keck.
15 Ash and Park Place.
10 No. 3 Engine House.
17 Carroll and Exchange.
38 Empire Reaper Works.
10 Akion Rubber Works.
21 Prospect and Perkins.
23 Forge and Market
24 Sherman, near Exchange.
25 Main and Exchange.
20 N. How.Td aud Tallmadge.
2"i West Market and Green.
28 Akron Knife Works.
20 Washington and Hopp alley.
81 North Howard and NortS,
83 East Market and Spruce.
34 Wpst Warket and Valley,
85 Carroll and Splcer.
80 Carroll and Sumner.
37 North and Arlington.
38 Vine and Fountain,
30 Coburn and Campbell.
41 No 6 Engine House.
42 Pearl, near cistern.
43 South Main aud Fator.
45 College .and MU1.
40 Arlington and Hasst
47 Howe and Bowery.
48 West South.
40 Merrill Pottery.
61 Howard and Cherry.
52 No. 4 Engine House.
58 Center st R. B. crossing
54 Buchtel ave, and Union,
50 Akron Stoneware Co.
57 Lods and Turner
68 Perkins rnd Adolph.
50 Webster Camp and Lane,
01 Case ave. and Kent
62 Selberllug Mill, Oth ward.
68 Johnston and Cbamplaln.
64 Akron Sever Pipe Co.
65 Hill Sewer Pipe Co.
67 Carroll and E. Market
68 Secoud ave. and Valley R l-
09 Johnston and Wilson.
71 Grant and Cross.
72 North aud Maple.
73 Werner Printing Co.
74 North Union near Bluff.
75 Robinson Bros.
70 Whltmore, Robinson Co.
78 East Market and Cook.
70 Homo st, near Lillian
81 Western Linoleum Co.
82 Summit Sowei Pipe Co.
83 Allyn and Cross.
84 Thornton aud Harvard.
85 McNeil Boiler works.
87 Thornton and Camp.
80 Main and Miller ave.
01 Cereal Mill, S. Howard.
02 Schumacher Cooperf shop,
94 Mill and Summit
05 Mill and Main.
OS Buchtel and Fay,
121 General alarm.
123 Silver and Hickory.
124 South High and Chestnut
125 West Market and Rhodes.
120 Arlington and Second ave.
241 Sherman and Vorls.
251 Cedar ana Wabash ave.
253 W. Exchange, near Willow,
312 Cascade Mills, Howard.
321 Adams and Upson.
OTIS & HOUGH
Bankers and Brokers
110 Hamilton Building '
People's Phone 324 BeliPhonei28
rl
RAILROAD TIME TABLET
THE NORTHERN OHIO ft M.
Depot North Main St ;,
Depart-No. 1 e30 s
Depart No. 11 4:30 pas
Arrive No. 2 ...4:00 pal
Arrive No. 12 12:06 pas
LAKE ERIE & WESTERN K. It
Northern Ohio Division.
Depot North Main St.
No.l Lt 8:30 am. No. 11 Lv 4:30 pra Tel.
No.2 Ar4.00 pmNo.12 Ar 12 :00pm local
All dally except Sunday.
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION
COMPANT.
Car leave waiting room, No. 210
South Main st, for Cleveland, at 6:40
a.m. and every hour to 8:40 p.m. and
at 10:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sun
days, 5:40 a.m., 0:40 a.m. and every
half hour to 7:40 p.m., 8:40 and 10.80'
p.m.
THE ERIE RAILROAD.
Depart Depart
East West
New York & Chi
cago limited 8:45pm 7:08am
Wells Fargo Ex.
(see Note 1) 2.30am ?S.01pm
Marlon Express
(See note 2) 12:34 dm
'Chicago & Atlantic
Express 8.50am 7:00pm'
N. Y. special 12:4Dpm 8:53pm
Youngstown Ex
press 423 pm llsltans
Dally. Note L dally except Sun
days and days following legal holi
days. Note 2, Monday only.
THE BALTIMORE & OHIO SY8TBji!
Depart, West Axrlv
Canal Dover, Bridge
port '6:00am
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 3;10pm
Chicago Fast Ex
press 8:65am
Chicago Fast Ex
press 7:55pm
827pm
0.42am
820pm
6:43am
1:52am
Chicago Limited... 11 :40pm
Dally,
Other trains dail7 except
Sunday.
Depart East Arrive
Chicago & New York
Limited 2 :00am 11 :33pm
Youngstown
and Pittsburg ... 6J5Cam
Chicago & Youngs
town 8:20prja
Akron & Pittsburg 12:15pm
745pm
8:40am
11:42am
Dally.
Other trains dally except
Sunday.
goIng north.
How. st Union "East
Depot Depot Akron
No. 40.... 7:06am CSOain Caa:
No. 4 ,.... 9:10am O.Olana
No. 6 ....12:01pm 11:50am ll;83aia
No. 10. .. 5:13pm 4:53pm 459pm
No. 8 .... 835pm 8:20pm
No. 12 .... 0:50am 0:40am
823pm
GOING SOUTH.
. 8:16am 8:35am
No. 7
No. 11
No. 0
8:45am
128pu
5:07pm
8:02pm
.12:01pm 1220pm
"
. 4:30pm 4:53pm
. 722pm 7:50pm
.1220am 12:50am
No.
47-..
No. 6
Ito.3-
1:02am
. 253pm 3:05pm to Akron
only.
Does not enter Union depot San
days. C. A. & a RAILWAY.
North. Booth.
Cincinnati and Cleve 6:05am O.-OUpm
Akron & Pittsburg. 850am S:10pm
Columbus & Cleve. . 1125am 2:58pm
Cincinnati Jr Cleve. 4:25pm 0:35am
Pittsburg and N. Y. 4 :17pm 11:10am
Dally. Others dally except Sunday.
CANTON-AKRON RAILWAY.
Cars leave Akron, (N. O. T. waiting
room), at 5:40 a.m. and every hour
until 10:40 p.m. (Blue Pond at 12.)
Returning, cars leave Canton 5 a.m.
and every hour until U p.m.
Baggage and Express service be
tween Cleveland and Canton.
MONEY TO LOAN
' J Ut
On Household Goods,
Pianos, Organs, Horses, Car
riages, Wagons
And on all chattel property at th
very lowest rates. If you have a num
ber of small debts you want to pay, I
will loan you the money, and yon can
my lt back In small monthly payments.
All goods remain In your possession,
and your business is strictly confiden
tial. Call and Investigate before yon
oorrow, I, can save you mfcney.
L. C. Miller.
Room 14, Aroade Block'
Bell phono 700.
People's phono 774.
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NEGLECTED
His Team and Got a Pine and
Lecture.
Geoigo Mee pleaded guilty to In
toxication in Police court Saturday
morning and was fined ?2 and costs.
Mee left his team down town last
nlgbt shortly after 5 o'clock, and the.
team was still standing in the same
place when he was arrested nt 11:30.
Mee was lectured by tho Mfcyor for
his neglect of bis horses.
Masonic
Notice
Akron lodge, No. 83 F. & A. M.,
extends a cordial Invitation to the
Masonic fraternity In genera to
meetatMnsontc Temple, Akron, O.,
Sunday, Nov. 23, 1002, 1 o'clock p,
m., for the purpose of accompany
ing the Grand Lodge officers of
Ohio who will lay the corner stone
of the naw City Hospital at tbo
request of Bros. O. C. Barber. (J.
W. Crouse and F. M. Atterholt
Let us have n largo attendance,
R. B. WILSON, W. M.
W. E. WAUGH, Sec'y., P. T.
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