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TORINAJBBNTINEU FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1914
m 'r. . ..CTothcraft Suit .,..Hat or Cap ....Bath Robe . Collars ....Garters ....Fancy Vest ' ....Gloves ....Raincoat ... ....Shirt ....Sweater Vest ....Suspenders ....Umbrella - Scarf Pin ....No. 6310 Blue 1 Suit 17 V u JiitJli A Father Husband Brother orf someone's, else Brother ' It matters hot. Strike the right chordfor c happy Christmas by presenting him with something from the Store of Practical Gifts. Some valuable suggestions on the Serge decking list make shopping here : easyquality of stock spells satis-faction-price spells economy. ....Clothcraft Overcoat .... Boxed Holiday Set .....Cane ....buff Buttons .... Handkerchief s ....Hosiery 7 ....Lounging Robe ....Muffler ....Scarf . . . .Smoking Jacket . . . ;Suit Case ....Sweater Coat ....Necktie ....Underwear ....Belt ....No. 4130 Blue Serge Suit H " ? 1 --y-ii iTniumm. wi ii- . .,JI 0. N. IH & SON Clothers, Hatters Haberdashers 42-43 Public Square PROFITABLE F'OS'ITIONS Are open to those who are prepared. Business of ; f ers the greatest opportun ities, the best salaries, and ; the most rapid promotions. Actual business courses are thorough and prepare not only for routine work but train in salesmanship, correspondence and office procedure. 0pen a good future to yourself by enrolling for a thorough business education at once. Day and evening sessions; Join the New Year's Class Jan. 4th. Actual Business College "The School That Gets Results" VJ -v. - VM . . I ' T t wlfe See?? I 4 fk, J7jv' ' ' Our Hardware Store is just the X yiaK w cume iur yuur nnsi- mas presents. X VE HAVE -SUITABLE, -SENSIBLE, GIFTS A FOR. ALL OF YolR, FR1END-5 AND FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD. VE CANNOT BEGIN TO TELL YoU AfcolT ALL THE THINGS WE'VE 6oT FOR CHRIST. MAS PRESENTS. t BEFORE, YOU BUY JUT COME IN AND -5EE WHAT VE HAVE GOT. AND LooK OVER V OUR FINE LINE OF t t f Sleds, Wagons, Velocipedes, -Roll abouts, Roller Skates, Ice Skates. X For Boys or Girls i t y y t t t SEE OUR EXTRA FINE CHE.5T OF CAR- X PENTER TOOL FOR AN EXTRA FINE BoY. "An endless line of Xmas gifts at the ndless store. 0AIMS.HDW. rw- .... i. A A A A -w -w X t t Y I Gift giving at Christmas time is, or ought to be, nothing more than a man. ifestation of the Christmas spirit, which is unselflsh, seeking only . to make others happy. Every one who has been moved by this spirit has re alized the truth of the saying, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." riedford Building North Main i? i rm EXCHAN6E NATIONAL D A iff ' ; 6-' ;L0DI STATE Capital and Surplus. WCOOttOO"' ,v UAllJUa INTEREST y On January 1 st we pay interest on all savings l accounts. On that date we credit your account here JE with all interest due you. 7 Like a , much advertised remedy, "It works V while you sleep." Start that bank account today. One dollar Afc. V AT1 11 J ! win aw ii WE PAY FOUR PERCENT 1 E. P. COLLINS. President TNO. G. SWIFT. Canhier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS 1 Y T t t t f t Opposite Portage Akron ood Has Hoods Ironton Heaters$4.50 to $10.00 Dangler Heaters $1.50 to $22.00 SPECIAL PRICES ON GAS GLOBES Welsbaugh Reflex Mantles 25c quality 1 5c. Oatman's Special Mantle 1 5c quality 1 Oc Quick service on plumbing and gas repairs. Phone 1110 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. " 2163 after 6 p.m. ROY B. OATMAN ti'msm 123 West Smith Road. BRUNSWICK Mrs. Martha Harding is sick at her daughter's, Mrs. Frank Horton's. ' Ruth Brasse and Wm. Ludwig were married in Medina , Monday, Hoy. SO. They have been on a visit in Ashta bula. ' T' . . " Edna Brant is working in the tel ephone exchange in Medina and stay ing at N. H. McClure's. Harold Barber left Thursday for Jacksonville, Fla., where he will spend the winter. Don't forget the ladies' society of the Disciple cnurcn supper and sale in town hall Dec. 16. The supper will be New England style and served from 5 till 9 o'clock for 15 cents. The sale will consist of quilts, aprons and nick-nacks. , Mrs. Ellen Newton is still quite poorly. M. J.'Earle and wife and Mrs. Clogg and daughter, of Strongsville called at (J. W. Damon's last Friday and at tended church in the evening. : i , Mrs. Walter Harrington, while scrubbing the floor, ran a splinter into her finger so far that a doctor had to remove it. Mrs. Wm. Hogue had another of her speels of hemohorage of the nose last Sunday morning. Her daughter, Mrs. F. Fritz of Cleveland is with tier. ' j t Harry Lincoln and wife are mov ing out from Cleveland this week h to the east part of F. H. Gibb's tene ment nouse. . Harry will assist Mr Gibbs to run the feed mill and lum ber and coal business. .The meetings closed at the M. E. church last Sunday night with about 40 converts. Te singer left here for Vermont, where he will be in a meet ing. , . In honor of our two boys, Earl Gibbs and Howard Chapman, who won trips to Washington, and Lloyd Vaughn, Atlee Bentel, Morice Case, Howard Leinseder and Norman Chid sey, who went into the contests, the town will give a banquet for them on next rnciay evening in the Odd Fel lows' hall. Prof. Rhode was in Cleve land Monday and tried to get Judge Levine or Harry Cooley to come out, t t T r i t' T ? ? T t t T T f x z t t ? t ? ? f t T z t f t t f t t T i Big of : Akron's Automobile and. Electrical Show TO OPEN WITH A BLARE OF MUSIC AND A BLAZE OF LIGHT AND BEAUTY, SATUR DAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 12TH, AT 7 O'CLOCK, AND TO CONTINUE FOR ONE WEEK. THIS, THE FIRST REAL BIG AUTOMOBILE AND ELECTRICAL SHOW IN AKRONf WILI, BE HELD ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE NEW O'NEIL BLOCK, MAIN AND CHURCH STS. OF THE 13,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR SPACE, 4,000 SQUARE FEET WILL BE USED BY THE 40 EXHIBITORS. THE EXHIBITS WILL REPRESENT AN OUTLAY OF OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS. THE GREAT SHOW HALL WILL LOOK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN GARDEN. THURSDAY NIGHT WILL BE SOCIETY NIGHT. MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED EVERY DAY AND NIGHT BY THE 8TH REGIMENT BAND. The Following Will Be Among The Exhibitors The Packard Motor Sales Co. C. A. Crow & Co. Akron Alter Car Sales The N. O. T. & L. Co. The Dauntless Plumbing & Heating Co. Buckeye Motor & Cycle Co. Worley & Thorn Akron Tuec Co. Cummings Shock Absorber Co. Akron Punctureless Tire Co. ..The. Denmead Tire & Supply Co. Coleman's Motor Cycle Shop The Portage Rubber Sales , Romig's Auto Garage Akron Taxicab Co. The Hardware & Supply Co. Portage Lakes Game & Fish Clubs The Thompson Chandelier Mfg. Co. Mohawk Supply Co. Portage Chandlier Co. The Edison Electric Co. H. & D. SHOCK ABSORBER CO. The Chevrolet Motor Sales Co. Weaver Brownlee Co. Bashaw Motor Sales Co. Main Auto & Supply Co. The Akron Auto Garage Co. . Cleveland Cadillac Co. Akron Branch White Motor Sales Co. Prospect Buick Co. Jones Auto Co. The Summit Auto Co. A. O. Wood Motor Co. The Automoble Publishing Co. W.H.Ertel J r V f f f V f f t 5 1 but they both had important dates,so he was able to get City Solicitor Jos eph C. Hostetler and S. A. Harbourt of Cleveland. E. R. Root, Supt C. E. Jenks, H. Rowe, G. Denton, and a rep resentative from the Agricultural so ciety, from Medina are to be present, and we hope to make it a memorable time. The five course supper is to be presided over by Miss Simmons, our Domestic Science class teacher, at 60c a plate. Mrs. Mary Thomas is back to her daughter's, Mrs. Alice Miner's. Ernest Popowsky is on the gain now, as Sunday he was very low. Prof. Fullmer of Berea will give an interesting talk to the high school and Earents Friday afternoon on root tu-ercolosis. The Standard Bearers had a social in town hall Tuesday night Mrs. D. F. Tillotson entertained the Home missionary society Thursday afternoon. Miss Mary Phillips of York at tended the teachers' meeting here on Saturday. f , Don't forget the next lecture for Patrick, leclurer and entertainer. Or last lecture by G. Bible was consid ered as fine a one as we have had here, so come and hear this man, for he is as highly recommended. This is the season of the year wher everybody is looking for Bomttninc Dec. 18, to be given by D. Lf Fitz.ne in stockings, ' '