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"T W WEDNESDAY, DKO. 24, 1002. AKRON DAILY DFMOCRAT ;: a m v? if I'd! a ii t THE DEMOCRATS I-iiner Columns YYANTED-MALE HELP. M'ANTBD-Bdys nnd girls. Tho Wer ner Co., Akron, O. 170tf (WANTED Men to learn barber trade. A prnctlcnl and scientific course by expert Instructions, free work, lec tures, etc. Years saved, tools pre sented, wnges Saturdays, board pro vided, positions numerous. Catalogue mailed free. Molcr Barber college, Chicago, 111. ' 211 tf. i i WANTED Two colored bell boys. In quire at Hotel Buchtcl. 210-212 WANTED FEMALE HELP J iW ANTED Woman to do family wash ing. Apply 121 N. Walnut st. tf LADIES' TAILORING and drosbinak lug. Also oveiilng Cutting and Sow log school. Mrs. M. Dugan, 131 S. Howard St. 200-220 WANTED Girl to do general house work. Inquire POO H. Buchtcl ave. 210-212 FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished steam bent and batb. S. Main st. rooms, with Bnqulro 218 207-212 FOR RDNT In American Ccroal of fice building at foot of Mill street, office now occupied by tho Home Building & Loan Association. Also four second floor offices. Apply to Tho American Cerenl Co. 210-215 FOR RENT HOUSES. IJOR RENT 7 room house on Spauld lng st.; $11 per month. Inqulro .Henry Holtz, Abbey block. J?edp'lo's phone, 2 on 1380. 102 tf. FOR RENT Houses and rooms, on . j Upson, Stone, Dny and College sts. I Apply to 100 S. Union st. Peo. phone 053. John 11. Auble. 200-212 TOR RENT-Modern 7 room bouse, 207 N. Valley st. Inquire of Edwin Wagner, Ererett Bldg. 202tf FOR RENT 7 room house, furnace, gas and grate. People's phono -152 and 8G0. " 102 tf. FOR RNT 314 Perkins St., phono 510. Grldley & Mytholar. 107 tf. FOR RENT A convenient five room house, with lot; also three unfurnish ed rooms. Ohns. Franklin, 157 Cuya hoga st. 211-213. UJNTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Four or flvo rooms, with I ' rmrt tt Klt.l l.n flnntwilti. Innn.rt.l 1 . Klin, ttiuoi uu ii-iiu.iuj lui.lll'll, ViUOil references. Address "Rooms," oaro of Democrat. 105-tf COAL. A. D. ELLIS, COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN ERAL TEAMING. nnd transferring. Parcels and trunks delivered. Transient nnd boarding stable. Office and stable, 228-230 W. Mnrkct st. Both phones No. 257. CASPER ZINTBL MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS 01' BRUSHES. Orders promptly attended to. 155 Souib 'Main st., Akron, ,0. ' . " dly tf "5- " ' ! ' HUMMEL'S 1IAO.K LINE. Hacks leave Rarbovton 0:S0 a. ra., an .4:15.1). m. -Leave Doylesdown 8 a.m. and S p.m. f f i , -fcpECIAr; ORDERS - GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION., THE DICKSON-TRANSFER CO. Coal, transfer and livery. Packing, moving nnd storing of goods, toacllcs, coupes nnd carriages for fu nerals, weddings, parties and callings. Offices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st., TcL BOO. No. 110 N. High st. Tel. 42S-. dly tf ClOTDES FREssnm. Akron Clothes & Fraaslna Co 1 Regular Prios. s , . L run buub, niiuugi'ti iiiiu luessuu. inc Overcoats, sponged nnd pressed... ,C0e .jPapts, sponged and pressed 25c .Cleaning business suits ?2.00 'nnts -cleaned 75c i) Goods called for nnd delivered to nny part of tho city. Mall orders given irompt attention. People's phono 751; Sell 2801green. 810 EAST MILL ST. STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE i Via all leading lines at lowest rates. fook's personally conducted tours. nformntlon cheorfully given upon np 'llcatlon to 0. D. Honodle, ticket ngont. Ifnlon depot q - 1UJA1J UM1UUKAT LINI5R5. I , - "Ifdnr linn nf One film nrn Rimnrlnr In FlB 'uttllty and much lower In price. UlLllUmi BROS, I X MISCELLANEOUS. LOIE IIONO LOW-YnkoMnnCho Leading Chinese Rcstnurant. Open day and nlght-GUOP SUEY Sam Chong, proprlotor, 107 East Market St., 2nd Floor, Akron, O. Chinese and American Dishes served nt alt hours. Increase your estate at once! You can do this on the slow-pay plan easy, accommodating, satisfying, euro. Get details free. No importunity. PENN MUTUAL LIFE. JOHN C. BLOOMFIliLD, Agt, Tchumachcr Block. Tel. 015. dly tt FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. $100 DlSCOUNT-uutll Jan. 1st. 3rd lot north ot West Mnrkot St., on Con ger ave., (first street cast of Portage Path road). This lot must bo sold quick for good reason1. $50.00 down will bo cqunl to ?150 by May 1st. Pleaso chll, wilto or telephone for particulars, G. F. Kasch, 230 Ham ilton Bldg. Peg. Tel. 1111 and CO. Do you want to sell your property? I can got you a buyer for almost any kind of real estate. Just now I want properties of $3,000 and less in value, what have you? F. .1. Wcttach. Hamil ton bulldlug. 210 tf. FOR SALE. 0 roor house, gas for heat and lights, 5 minutes walk from corner Main and Exchange, for only $1,200. 7 room house nnd barn, nenr Good yenr Rubber works, a big sacrltlco at $1,050; don't miss this, $150 cash and balance nt $10 per month; tho bouso will rent for $10 per month. 4 room cottago only $850, easy terms. Z room cottage, only $050. easy terms. Lot 50x132, near new Miller school, $300.00. Lot Mill ave., cheap If sold at onco. Flno lot Colllnwood allotment, $00. 0. II. and S. E. JONES. People's phono 452, evenings 8G0 102 tf. FOR SALE Rj Federal Realty Co., GOO Hamilton building, both phones 800.- G rooms, Charles st., $1,200; 5 rooms, Getz St.. $1,200; 0 room anil barn, Crosby' st., $1,800. Call nnd see our complete list of prop erty In all parts of the city. 210 tf. FOR SALE New 0 room house on N. Hill, for $975. Easy payments. Wra. T. Sawyer. 212-217 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1 acres of land on North Hill; will sell nr exchange tho same for a modern houso near Market st, east side. N. D. Tibbals. 210-212 FARM FOR SALE-81 acres on the Smith Road, 5 miles west of Akron. Inquire of Dr. I. J Baughuiaii. West Rlcliflpld, O, ' 201-231 FOR SALE-By J. I. BACHTHL, 1SS South Howard st; phono 722: SO f. front South Main, coiner Cro sier, 7 rooms, gas, water, sower; sec us for bargain price. 2 new u-room houses. Bowery, near Thornton, only $1350 each. 227 West Miller nvo., 7 rooms, new Blate roof. cemented cellar, wntcr, sower, gns, nenr shops, $1500. $3500 buys 33 ft. front South Main nenr Exchange, .with store building and 5-rooin houso In rear. Money loaned at lowest rates. FOR SALE-By Chas. EsselbTirn Wnlsh block, Phono 118. A llnonow 0 room house,125 Harvard St., gns, chandeliers, cistern, lot 50x150, Here Is u good honin for $1450. Don't fall to sen U.I Francis nve.. (N. Hill), now live room house, for $1210; lot is 50x130. Here's a bargain for somebody. Call and seo my completo list of properties. , ' 211-tf FOR SALK-Bv Henry Holts. Abbey block, People's fjhono 2 on 13S0. Real estatd In nil pnrls of city. Farms of 20, 30, 40; 0.1, 1 1B, ion nnd 170 acres for sale or trade. $1000 to loan nt 0 por cent. Open Saturday evenings. FOR SALE-SMALL FACTORY SITE on lino of Akron and Barber ton Belt Ry.Co., and about 300 feet north of East Excliango st. Ilns a frontnge of 250 feet on railroad and 227 foot on Huntington st. Just east of tho Rubber Workers' Allt Trleo $1000. Apply to G. F. Knsch, 23(1 Hamilton Bldg., Peo. Tel?., 00 and 1411. i7flt FOR BALK 10 room house; uiodorn; all conveniences; 5 minutes' walk from town; largo barn; Inqulro nt 200 Locust st., or phono Peo. 820. 203-tf Telephone 655 P. T. MoCourt FOR FINEST Coaohes in the City. On call at all times. Pull Line of Livery. All cushion tlrta. Largest moving vans In tho city. Best of servlco guar anteed. Prlcos reasonable Both phonos. dly tt FOn SALE REAL tSTATE. FOR SALE-By V. A. Lcesor, room RIO Everett building. Houses and lots In llio city on easy terms, "arm for salo or trade. Money to loan. 17(ltf FOR SALK-NIno of tho best lots In S. Akron, at $350 each. See us about one nt once, as they will not bo long on tho tnurlcrt nt this nrlce. Seven lino lots on Carroll st., SSOO to $1300. It looking for it desirable location on n paved street, centrally Jocatcd, you bavo It hero. Theso lots nie worth if 1000 to $1500. Secure one ndw ns prices will advance In tho sprhiff. P. 1'. Bock & Co. 100-tf CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. When you give, glvo a useful pres ent. Wo have n fine lino of rugs, blan kets, silverware, lace curtains, albums, clocks, rarpct sweepers, wringers, etc Payments only 25c a week. Call up 2 on 1113 and tho wagon. will stop at your house. W. J. Grimibs,lS0 S. Main. 207-tf FOR SALE Two building lots near the now Miller school and Fourth Church of Christ. A bargain. Ad dross, Real Estate, caro Democrat. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on real estate nnd ' household furniture, pianos, horses nnd wagons, etc. Special at tention given to tho collection of rents. Open evenings. 0; m. Mcknight, Room 17, Arcade. Phone, Peo. 037. dty tf MONEY TO LOAN-S1000, $2000. $3000. 0 per cent, on6 to live years Don't forget thnt wo also write fire insurance In old slock companies thnt wo havo represented for years). CHAS. ESSELIU'RN, Phones 118. Walsh Block. MONEY TO LOAN on REAL ESTATE $100 fOOO $200 $700 $300 . $800 $400 $000 $500 $1000 Hale & Coatcs, 314 Everett bldg. Tel. Peoplo's 377 Otf dly tf MONEY ADVANCED ON SALARIES. Without mortgage or collateral se curity. Rates rcasonablo and nil transactions treated confidentially. Open till 8 p.m.; Saturday till 0 p.m. The Salary Discount Co. Peo: phono 710. 112 Hamilton Bldg. REDUCED RATES FOR THE HOLI DAYS. The Wheeling & Lake Brio will soil excursion tickets nt greatly reduced rates on Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1st, good for return until .Ian. 2nd, 1003. For full particulars write E. B. Coo Udge, G. P. A., Cleveland, O. Standard American Annual. and ENCYCLOPEDIST A. Statistical Volume of Facts, and Figures Containing Over 600 Pases. SPECIAL FEATURES. RttUw ol tha Coal Striki! the Truiti In the Unite! 3tM; full lilectlon Rcturm ml I'mtlurm oi comical lrtlcf ol 1902; UN flccri ol tha National Committees! Federal, Stat and Labor Legis lation) Our imular I'osioasloni; lithmlaa ernnitnllortlwjMiUlp. tannl law civil iiov. pi nail Quallllcatlona tor Voting In All 'StatUtlca, Fraternal, Military and Patriotic Societies Information on Poiolan Countrlti, Their Kulers and Uov. ernmend; Pnlar Ox- Elorotlon i Review ol cl on title Achieve ments! Thft 4lmlr Disturbance ol 1002 (flont l'cl) Kciou- Sliuvuvu ui jv viljr u new I OrK. Condensed Information for the Office, the Store and the Home. Postpaid to any addrws, 33c THE WORLD, P,.1..t n.ilMI"!. N. v. On l'.l'lrv j'w"t'ni' THROUGH PULLMAN TOURIST CAIt SERVICE To California via tho Missouri Baclllc Railway and Iron Mountain Route. Via tho MisFOiirl Pacltlc Railway From St. Louis and KansaH Oily to Colorado, Utah ami tho Facllle Coast, and from St. Louis to Texas, Now Mexico, Arizona and Southern Cali fornia. Trains leave St. Louis Tucs- dajR at 0 a. iu.; Kansas City, Tuesdays at 0.30 p. m., Wednesdays at 0.30 p, in., and Fridays at 0.30 p. m. riihhenguivi for tho ICanstiH City Tourist Cars Icuvo St. Louis at ! ti. in. tho same day, Via Iron Moulaiu Route Trains leavo St. Louis every Wednesday nt 8.20 p. m. Tourist Car Rates From St. Louis to San Francisco, v!n cither route, $0; San Francisco to Los Angeles, .fOj Kansas City to San Francisco, 5! Knnsao City to Los Angeles, $5; WHto agents for further fnt'Onnatlon. II C. Townseud. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St Louis, or Jno. R, James, C. p. A., 005 Park Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. mm mootovks o--.. B 9 8k j Price 25c. riNANCIAL. f You Need Not YOUR IMinMnnunHnMMMntnaaMHMMBH On account of noiimvitig the ready niidlf you desfre to make some of IN YOUR HOUR OF NEED You can secure money of us, Just ns promptly And at Just as Little Cost nn on some ordinary occasion. We never take advantage of your ex tremity. Wo want jou to know this private bank as a plare where you can draw any sum you may mouth by month, Just ns you are In funds. All Wo Require Is that you own a piano, houso hold furniture, personal property, real estate, equity, or something tangible to establish your credit. Whatever You Own Remains In Your Possession Undisturbed ABSOLUTE Is desirable, perhaps necessary. Boclates know your money-need it will impair your credit Our sys tem of advancing money, and our carefully selected suite of bank ing rooms, keeps tho knowledge of your dealings with us from every one. Both-phoue". Open evenings. THE AKRON iiffi mu 1 1 fin in mi i i ii ii mi i ii i mi mil i mi a mwi I tsBBBBHBKSB9tS!X2SBBKBtBt&KBtBKSBSHBBSBffSKBHBS2SKESKiSBBBtS9 Weekly or Rilonthly Payments ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES. Wo can save you money by using our money. You may have any length of time you want. You can pay us ns you can. We Mill carry yoni' loan when out of work. Our sjstem Is easy and reasonable Call, write or phon us. Peopl e'.s 007. People's Loan Peoples Phone 99r To Loan on Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Norses, Carriages, Wagons, Insur ance Policies, Etc. If you wish to borrow Sio, S20, S25, S50. 875. Sioo, or any amount to &00, 1 can loan you tho mouoy at a nioro reasonable rate, than any other company loaning monoy in the city, and you can pay tho monoy back in small monthly paymonts of $2.50. $3-oo. 53-50, 85.00, $7.50, $8.50, 89.50, or in any amount to suit tho borrower, and every pay ment made reduces both princi pal and interest, and your busi ness transactions at this office aro strictly confidential. Call and investigate boforo you bor row and you will find this plan thochoapost and most convon onr. L. C. MILLER, Boom 14 Arcade block, cntrnnco to block 150'a South Howard st. Oftico open evenings until 8 o'clock. Bell pnono 700, Peoplo's 771. DOUBLE YOUR by tlmoly Investment. We lifuo tevornl bnrgnlna In unllitod iccurltlcs In ery promising companies. Vkrlto VJea. J. and J. T. SLADE, t gj Broad Stj Biw Torkj The time to buy fill's Is now. We will save you money. BYR1DHR BROS. TO FLORIDA AND THE SOUTH. Through Pnbsenser Sen Ice vln. C, A. & C. Railway. Through pacngcr servlco to winter resorts In ""lorldn and the Houth will bo resumed for tho season over C, A. & C railroad, .Ian. 5, 1003, via. Cin cinnati, Chattanooga, Atlanta and Macon to .lacUsonvlllo nnd St. Angus tine. By leaving Akron nt 0:35 a. in., passengers may step aboard tho through sleeping car In Columbus Union station, leavo thcro at 'J:15 p. 111., and 111 rive I'hattauoopn next mom lug; Homo, Mill a. in.; Atlanta, 10:10 11. 111 ; Macon at noon; Jacksonville, 8:15 p. 111.: SI Augustine, 0:.'!0 p. ni., on tho Florida Special consisting of sleeping, dining and observation cars. For particulars consult C. I). Honodle, Ticket Agent, Akron, or 0. L. Kimball, Assistant (ieiiernl Passenger Agent, Clovland. A Timely Suggestion. This la tho season of the year when the prudent and careful housewlfo re plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is certain to bo needed before tho winter Is over, and results are much inoro prompt anl sat isfactory when it Is kept on hand and given as soon as tho cold Is contracted and before It has liocomo settled in tho system. In almost ovory instance a sovero cold may be warded off by tak ing this ii'inedy freely as soon as the first Indication of tho cold appears, There Is no danger in giving it to ehll dien for It contains no harmful bub stancr. It Is pleamnt to take --both adults and children like it. Buy It and you will get the best. It always cures. For sale by all druggists. Disappoint i FRIENDS cash Remember Xmas Is here them happy wo can aid you need nnd at any time, anil repay It SECRECY If your friends or business as- SECURITY & LOAN CO, NATHAN M. BERK. Pros. Co., J-'- W!use 302 Walsh Block aimaiy Money to Loan In any amount at Prevailing Rtvtes. Bruner- B Goodhue Cooke Co. ON PAWN On watches. Jewelry and other prop erty, low commission, all transactions strictly confldentl.il. For the Holidays We can offer you a lot of bargains in Jewelry mid watches SPKCIAI Wp have an unredeemed et of En cyclopaedia Brlttanlca, latest edition, which will be a bargain for bomebody. AMERICAN LOAN & IN VESTMENT CO. South Howard st. People's Phone no6 CALIFORNIA. Fully described and Illustrated In an artistically arranged and beautifully printed book Just Issued by the Chi cago & Northwestern Railway. It de scribes fully its commercial, Industrial and transportation advantages, nnd the delights of outdoor life In tho beau, tlful climate of tha Coast; of special Interest to those contemplating n trip to this wonderful state. Send four cents In postage to W. B. Knlskeni, Passenger Traffic Manager, 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago. The time to buy furs Is now. Wo will save you money. BYRIDER BROS. Coughs, Colds and Constipation. Fow peoplo realize when taking cough medlclnos other than Foley's Honey nnd Tar, that they contain opl atos which aro constipating besides being unsafe, particularly for chlldmn. Foloy's Honoy and Tar contains no opiates, is safe and sure, ami will not constipate. A. Warner, J. M. LafTer, J. Lam-' partcr & Co. CONSUMPTION tho most dreaded and deadly of all diseases, as well as puc uonla, and all lung troubles aro lolicved at once and cured by Ackci's English Remedy, "tho king of all cough cures." Cures coughs and colds In a dny. 25 cents. Your money back If dissatisfied. Wrlto for freo sample. W. H. Hooker & Cu., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by Duffs Pharmacy, E. C Davis, Buel & Lemasters, Akron, and E. B. Prase, Barberton. I Loans 246 NO SURPRISE. Prices of Turkeys and Chickens Advanced. Price of Bran Also Boosted Five Cents. The ior.nl market took a sndden up ward movo today In the prices of tur keys and chickens, having gone up lc and 1 l-2e respectively. Today the grocers reported that they could not supply the demand for fowls. Creamery butter also went up le, now selling for 13c. The feed market has been rpilto and steady with tho ex ception that bran went up Cc yester day and now sells for 03c. THE MARKETS. BUYINO PRICES. Wheat 74c Corn, ear new, fine for 70 lb.; old, GOc for 70 lb. Oats 32c to 31c Hay, baled (10 to f 12.S0 Hoy. loose $10 to $12 Straw, baled 1 0 to 57 Straw, looe $3 to $0 Turfcej Is. dressed 10 to 17e Durk. dressed lie lb. Lhc rhl'-kens ,...I0c to 1016c C!ii kens, dressed, .young 14c, old 12c Ham. sugar cured l-'Ac to 13&C Ham skinned U-Ttc B.K'in lie to ICo Beef, dresed OVijc to Oc Cn!es. dressed 10c Hogs, dressed 7',4c Limbo, dressed Site Lnrd. country kettle, In tierces lie Lard, slmon pure, In tierces ll$;c Lard 111 OJ pound tubs. .c over tierces Eggs, fresh 24c to 23c Egg', storage 21c Butter, creamery 31c Butter, country 21c Potatoes 55c Apples 40c to 50c bu. SELLING PRICES. t Hay. per cwt 70c to SOc Straw, per bale 45c to 30c Oats 3Sc to 10c Corn 33c to 40c Bran 05c Middlings $1.15. $1.25, ?1.00 Potatoes 03o Apples C5c to 75c Eggs 28c to 30c Butter creamery 31c Butter, country 20c Turkeys, dressed 18c Ducks, dressed 10c to 18c Chicken?, dressed lCc VANDERBILT'S PHYSICIAN New York, Dec. 24.- This picture shows Pr Francis Delafield, the at fpndlng physician of Cornelius Vonder bllt, who lies stricken with typhoid. The picture was taken ns the physician left the homo of the young millionaire. What's In a Name ? Eveiything is In the namo vchen It conies to WltcU Hazel Salve. E. C. DeWltt &. Co., of Chicago, discovered, sonio years ago, how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that Is a specific foi piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching nnd protruding piles, eczema, cuts, lirrns, bruises and all skin diseases, De Witt's Salve has no eo.ual. This has given rise to numerous worthless coun tei felts Ask for I)oWltt'-lhe genu ine. C. B. Harper & Co. Report From the Reform School. J. G. Cluck. Superintendent, Prunty town. W. Va., writes: "After trying nil other advertised cough mellclnes wo have decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively In the West Vir ginia Reform School. I find lt tho most clfeitlve nnd absolutely harmless." A Warner, J. M. Latter, J. Lam parter & Co. MORE ROOM Required bv Justice Wcrntz For Holding Court. (Special Coirespondcnco.) Barberton, Dec. 23. Justice Wcrntz is forced to seek largor quarters when 11 jurj trial is demanded In ills court. Twelve men have boon summoned to ait as Jurors and .lustleo Wcrnu's of fice can barely accommodate six. He asked permission of tho Council to use tho Council chambers and was referred to Mayor Buel who gae him permission. The caso of Win Hage man charged with non-support of bis family was heard there today. tK jftisss RAILROAD TIME TABLES w v miM . 1 ..-.-. THE NORTHERN OHIO Rj B. Depot North Main St. Depart-No. 1 8:30 nia Depart No. 11 4:30 pm Arrive No, 2 .,..4:00 pm Arrive No. 12 12:03 pm LAKE ERIE & WESTERN R. VU North or n Ohio Division. Depot North Main St. No. 1 Lt 8:30 am. No. 11 Lt 450 pm I'cL No.2 Ar4:00 pmNo.12 Ar 12:05ptnloca! All dally except Sunday. THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION COMPANY. Cars leavo waiting room, No, 210 South Main st., for Cleveland, at 5:40 i.ta. and every hour to 8-40 p.m. and st 10-10 p m. Saturdays and Sun days, 5:10 n.m 0:40 a.m. and every half hour to 7:40 p.m., 8:10 nnd 1030 p.m. THE ERIE RAILROAP. Depart Depart East West New York k Chi cago limited 8:45pm 7;0Sam Wells Fargo Ex. (see Note 1) 2.30am 7i:01pm Marion Express (H?e note 2) 12:84 pm Chicago & Atlantic Express .... 8:50am 7:00pm N. Y. special 12:45pm 853pm Younstown Ex press 425 pm 11:1 J am Dally. Note 1, dally except Sun days and days following lcgtl holl days. Note 2, Monday only. BALTIMORE & OHIO R Westbound. Depart. Canal Dover, Bridge port d.00am Tiffin. Fostorln, Chi cago 8:43am Canal Dover, Bridge port 2:10pm Tiffin, Tostorla, Chi R. Arrive. 0:40am 8:10pm 8: 00pm 0:15am 1:42am Arrive. 11:53pm 725pm cago 7:50pm Chicago Limited... ll:58pm Eastbound. Depart Pittsburg. Washing ton, N. Y 1 :50am Youngstown, Pitts burg '6:25am Pittsburg. Washing ton, N. Y Northbound. Howard st. No. 47.... 6:42r.m 2.i5pm ll:43am T.'nlon Depot. 030ain 8i33am 0:4Pam 11:50am 4:53pm 8:19pra Union Depot. 8:33am 12:20pm East Akron. 0:10am 8.30am 11:38am 435pm S:00pjn East Akron. 8 :45a a 1258pm jNo. 3 8:43ara No. 11 10:00nm 'No. 0.... 12:01pm 1 No. 7V... 5:13pm No. 5V... 8:30pm Southbound. Howard st. No. 0 8:15am No. 4 12:01pm No. 10... 1.03pm No. 8 4:30pm No. 40'... 7:32pm No. 12... 12 :30am 2:10pm Ak'u only :33pai 5:07pm 7.50pm 8:00pm 11:50am 1:02am Daily; others dally except Sunday. C. A. & C. nAILWAY. North. South. Cincinnati and Clove 0K)5am 9.03pm Akron Cc Pittsburg. 8:20am S:10pm Columbus & Clevp ll&'nm 2:35pm Cincinnati &. Cleve. 4rf)Spm 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 5:10 a.m. nnd every hour until 10:40 p.m. (Blue Pond at 12.) Returning, cars leave Canton 5 a.m. 1 and evcrr hour until 11 p.m. I nncffnirn nnd Ernres service be- tween Cleveland and Canton. LEGAL NOTICES. LEUAL NOTICE. John S. Clark and Florence A. C'ark of Hartford. In the county of Hartford, nnd stato of Connecticut, v ill loke notice that on th Oth day of December. A. P., 1002. In the Court i I'oinnion Plens of Summit county, Ohio, where the action Is now pending, lielng case No. 11230. the undersigned, William Richard Crlfflth. filed his pe tltion against said John S. Clark and Florence A. Clark 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 an undivided one sixth Interest in a piece or parcel of land, with all the buildings thereon stnudlng, situated In the city of Ak ron, county of Summit, and Stnto of Ohio, and known ns a strip or land twenty (20) feet In width taken oft from the south side of lot No. eleven rtll. In block No. eleven (11). in the Town Pint of Akion as numbered and surveyed by Albert 0. Malltson, sur veyor. Said strip of land Is twenty (20) feet lu width on North Howard street, and extends tho same width to Canal street, be the same more or less, and is the same and all the land men tioned in a certain deed from Milton M.Henry, Guardian, to nenry H. Clark, which said deed Is dated, July 2. 1R74, and menrdeo in the Land Records of Summit county, Aol. 8S, Page 3r0, reference to which deed may bo had. The said .Tolin S. Clark and Florence A. Clark are required to answer this petition in snld octlon not Inter than slv weeks after the 10th day of Bsv comber .A. P.. 1!K, the date of the first publication of this notice or such relief may be granted. WILLIAM RICHARD GRIFFITH, By Chas. C. Bonner, His Attorney., Dec. 10, 17, 2, 31. Jan. 7, 11. A Cold Wave. The forecast of sudden changes In the weather serves notiea that a hoarse voice and heavy cough may invado the sanctity of health in your own home. Cautious people havo 11 bottlo of One Minuto Cough Cure always at hand. E. H. Wise, Madison, Ga., writes: "1 am Indebted to Ono Minuto Cough Cure foi my present good health, and proba bly my life." It cures coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. One Miuuto Cough Cure cut the phlegm, diaws out the Inflammation, heals and soothes the mucous membranes and strengthens the lungs. 0. B, Harper &Co. m ,.... rtlfcV,;. - f "- i , . - -AU&feU..