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AKROTS" DAILY DiSMOCRAT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1J100
St. Bernard's Fair,
To Continue For , One
Week, Will Open.
A Drama, "Tony the
Will be Rendered by St. Ber
n ard's' Dramatic Club.
Tho Program For the Following
Nights of tho Fair.
AH preparations nro completed and
everything lu readiness for tlio open
ing of tho church fair tonight lu tho
Assembly hall of St Uoruard's Catho
For the past live weeks, Kcv. John B.
Broun, and tho ladles of tho church
have labored hnrd to rnako this
year's fair excel thoso of tho past
years, and from present Indications
tholr efforts will bo crowned with
Thursday ovcuing, Nov. S-the open.
Ing nlght-a live net diuma, entitled
"Tony, tho Convict," will bo pro
duced by tho members of St. Uer
mud's Dramatic Club. Tho cast Is as
Tony Warren Albert Hummel
Weary Wnysldo John Fisher.
James Barclay Nick Sclinrff.
Vhlllp Warburton...Anna Wnldvogel.
Judge Vim Cruger John Lota
Warden Burrows John Iluminel.
Jackson John Wagner.
Lena.... Miss Theresa Grolsslug.
Mrs, Vnu GrugcF ,
- -..; Barbara Wlllenbacher
Miss Sedlcy..: Barbara Ihrlg.
'Bally , . . Anna Hol.ol.
Tho drama Is very, lengthy nnd
iiffti Lours will bo required In proi
duclng it. Tho St Bernard orchestra
will furnish iuurIc between acta.
Friday night a farce comedy will
Monday iilglit A pedro party.
Tuesday night-An oxhlbltfon drill
by Knights of St. John.
Wednesday night Will Smith's cuke
Thursday and Friday nights Voting
contests tvlll be hold and pr'zts
Tho bttll is handsomely 'decoiated
und many booths' will bo In thd hall
lu charge of tho ladles, whero candy,
refreshments and useful articles ennf
The public Is cordlnlly Invited to
attend each night of the fair.
nibert IJMbbord, tonight.
St. Vincent's Church
Fair Will Open
in Music Hall, and Last Four Days
Comniiltoo to Moot.
TJm qhuich fair, under tho auspices
of tho ladles of the St. Vincent do
Paul's Catholic, church, will commence
Thursday nvculug, Nov. 1C, and cud
the ,fnUnwtig Monday.
The fair will be held In Music hall
on Maikct street This was decided up
on at the meeting a few nights ago
of the 25 Indies and ltuv. T. F. Mahur,
.Kl)' were appointed a general arrange
inents committee for tho fair,
jjjjeompjlttco is UOw at work on a
program, and u mcotlng will be held
Monday night to nomplotu It and mako
Mauy of your friends, or peopl
.wljptn you know of, havo contracted
'consumption, pneumonia or other fatal
diseases, by neglect of a simple cold
or cough. Foley's Honey am Tar, u
safe, sine and pleasant cough medi
cine, would havo saved them, It U
J, M, Latter, J. Lampartcr & Co.,
Heavy Increase In Akron and Summij
Kindly grant, mo spoca to acquaint
your leaders with sorao of tho Prohi
bition facts of tlio local election. tlav
lug no local organ we appreciate tho
courtesy of tho local press. As to tho
Prohibition vote I wish to Inform your
readers that our vote tor President In
800 lu the city of Akron was 20. but
In this year of grace, 1000, It Is 182.
In Summit county the voto In 1800 wns
7fi, but this year It Is 3-13.
Ilere Is tho way n Prohibitionist
mlt03 from Montrose, this county.
"W. F. Crispin: Tho Prohibition
vote of Bath township is 0, a gain of
JOO per cent over four years ago.
Norton township which gave Levor
Ing, for President, six votes, gives
Woolley M. These are a few nuggets
of Prohibition gold nnd altho' they do
not come In great chunks, like, tho
vote for McKlnley, yet they show a
substantial gain and Interest, which
like the mnstnid seed, will grow nnd
expand In tin years to come Into a
mighty trfp. whose branches shall
protect tho people from the ravages
of rum nnd the rum power.
Tho Boa'con Journal had the gall
to report soven precincts In Akron as
having no Prohibition voto. Why ouch
sraallnrss In that journal.
W. F. CRISPIN.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Qululno Tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
If It falls to cure. B. W. Grovo's sig
nature Is on each box. 25c 1
For Constructiou of Plant
Has Been Awarded.
New Combinations of Materials In
Walls Offico Building,
The contract, for, tho, erectjou of tho
plant of tho Akron Laundry Company
Imtj .peon, awarded to tlo U., B. Camp
In polut of construction it will bo a
novelty lu tls cjty. (Tho. walls will
bo of hollow tlio nnd brick, The ox
torlor wllljba cjno layer of brick, tho
hollow Mo being entirely covered. It
gives n cheap and uubstuutlnl struc
ture. The grading for the hutldlug Is al
most completed1. Work on the construe
tlon will begin In it few days. Tho
liumdj-y yjllj bq located v tl lot
fronting on High (.. Just lioith of Hie
.Contracts ,for tho tuny . (jQlcq build
Ipg of tho Goodyear TJro &, Rubber
Company wDl bo awarded In a fow
days. Men, and. teams, started to woik
Wodupsday grading thq lot ou which
tho building Mill stand.
Elbert Hubbiud, tonight.
i ., . . ,
On Erie Railroad Arc Noarly
Tho masonry for tho now bridges on
tho Brio railroad has been copiplotcd
and tho Iron work will bo placed In
position within tho licit few days.
Tlio bridges aio located nt Sterling.
Rtttiunn and Burbnnk. The spans niu
110 feet in length uud couulst of solid
gliders of steel.
Wilwird 13. Whoolor, Au,ron, 24
7.elu Berry, AUroii' ..,. -1
Groom's occupation, bank toiler.
William O, Ronoh, Akron 20
Emily Schllovo, Akron 21
GroQin's occupation, barber.
Louis J, Grcthor'. Akron t..,2,1
Umlly L. finydor,' Akron ....22
GivHin's occupation, druggist
Nell "MoLeod," Jnmn(en. W. Indies 51
Lis Almlra White, Stow ......,,....ia
GroQin's occupation, mlulslcr.
Albert Hubbard, tonight.
Mrs, T. Uilddlomau of I'nrslmllvlllo,
Mich., was tioublcd with salt rheum
fpr thirteen yeuis and had tried a num
ber of doctois without relief. Afer
two or thico uppllcatlons of Bnnuor
Buhe, her hands beeamo better una
In a short tlmo she wns ontlroly cured.
J, M. Latter, J,, Lampartcr & Co.,
Sounded Fire Alarm.
All of Barberton Turned
Out to Kelp
And Found Big Republi
Diphtheria Is Spreading In
Due to Unseasonablo Weather This
Fall Cold Wave Will Check it.
Barberton, Nov. 8. Tho good people
of this town were terribly torn up Inst
night. About 8 o'clock tho Diamond
Match company's whlstlo began :o
blow the fire alarm. This Was soon
supplemented by tho whlstlo of the Na
tional Sewer Pipe company. People
rushed to doors and windows und wero
startled by a great glaro In tho neigh
borhood of tho Dlamoud Match coin-
pnny, which lighted up the vicinity as
though It worq day.
Every ouo lu . Barberton ho could
walk wns soon ou the scene, anxious
and eager to fight tho fire, to do what
they could lu tho saving of property,
etc., but when they finally got to tho
tiro they found that It was only u cel
ebration, which wus held by Barbertou
Itepubllcnus. Thou hundreds of dlsi
gustcd Democrats and others gazed
sheepishly about to see If they wero
recognized, .and wont back homo with
hearts filled with bitterness nt having
been duped by another Republican
The way it happened was thus: Dur
ing yesterdny afternoon teams wero
busy hauling rubbish, lumber and
inllnmnblo substnnccs from tho Dla
mond Match company Into tho big field
between that faqtory aud th6 Sterling
company. Tho rubbish was burned es
pecially for this celebration.
The question now1 arose ns to how to
best notify tho pcaplc. It was de
elded not to advertise, but to light tho
heap, then blow the flro whistle, and
tho "people would do tho rest, 't'ho
plan worked llko a charm. ,
Tho engineer atthoSowcr ripe wojks
hearing the Diamond whlstlo and io
solving to do his best' to nrouso Bar
borton'ri llro-llghteis, blew the big
Pcoplo werortlior6ughly aroused, and
tlip ,nltiili)Ms, the talk of 'tho town to-
Chris nelbllng has most of his stock
In placo In tho new brick block on
Tuscnrawos nVo which, ho will uso as
a clothlug store Ho expects to open for
business before tbo eud of tho week.
Barberton doctois report a slight In
crease lu tho millibar of diphtheria
cases In Barberton, but attribute It io
tho wnrm weather which coutluue.l
so Into this fall. It Is hoped that the
present cold wave will put a check
to tho spread of tbo disease.
Tho largest votu.lu tho history of
Baiborton wns polled nt Tuesdny's
election. Tho total number of votes
cast at tho two voting plnces was 1233.
Of these, 787 worn polled in tho low
or and larger precinct, and -1111 lu tho
upper preclncti '
Tho voto ou tho advisability of giving
tho council tho power to change tho
light contract was won by a voto of
GOO to 20. Barberton people nro also
In favor of ft now court house mid
county Jail, as was shown by yester
day's vote. ,
Returns wero locolyed at flic Stir
ling Boiler Co.'s oUleo, over a speclul
who of tho "Western Unlpu. A party
of about do pcoplo heard- tho returns
until a late hour,
A party of, exuberant Republicans
succeeded lu nssombllug n drum corps
about two o'clock in the morning nnd
held nu Informal painde. It was no
ticed that the pafnders took n fiendish
delight lu seronudlug their Democratic
Lowls Jolly, a carpenter, who has
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AND THE FOLLOWING lS fe MmffiMl
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been working on a new houso on Vord
ne. fell from a scaffold this morning
while at w6rk and was severely In
jured. Two of his ribs wero fractured
nnd ho was otheiwlso badly luulsed
Tho Bnrboiton social club will glvo
n dnuco In Tracy Hall Thursday night,
Nov. S. Good music will bo In attend
uuee nnd a good tlmo is piomlsed.
Art Stall) wns liouiu fiom Clovolnud
for tho purpose of voting. Mr. Stall
returned to Cleveland today.
O. O. Baibcr appeared boforo tho
Council Monday night and mado a
ptoposltlon containing great possibili
ties for Bnrbciton.
Ho petitioned for tho straightening
of the coiiiso of tho Tuscaravns ilvcr
fiom 4ts Juuctlon with Wolf Creek to
tho corporation line.
Mr. Umber ngices, In cnso Barberton
atuilghtoui. the courso of tho river nnd
redeems land which Is uow almost
worthless to tho city, to erect a lftrgo
factory on tho land thus reclaimed,
build duelling houses nnd drill wells
which will greatly Improve tho quality
of Bnibcrton's water supply.
A bowling team composed of clork
from M. O'NolPs storo In Akron, had ar
ranged for a gniiio with tho Magic City
club, Wednesday night, but Jt wns
found necessary to chango the date of
tho contest on account of .tho contus
ing engagements of memboiw of tlo
tennis. Tho match will bo played some
night next week, tho exact date to bo
John U. CInrko will nppenr at tho
First M. n. church In tbo Y. M. 0. A,
l.ecturo Courso Tluusdny evening, Nov.
Mr. Clniko aud his entertaining man
nor of delivering his famous lecture,
"To nnd Fro In London," aro woll
known throughout tho country, and
uced no especial Introduction to 'ill's
Following Is tho line up for Satur
day's football game between ho Bat.'
beitou Y. M. 0. A.'s and Planets;
Barberton Left end, Snyder; left
tuckle.Boborts; loft guard, W. Kooncej
ceutor, Keller; right guard. Marvin;
right tackle, St. John; right end, Bloom-
AND THE FOLLOWING
Akron Grocers. Si
WW MWW Mi I MIS M W llll ,n II WWII I III tl
J. T. Diehra t Frain & Manbeck
Guth & Hammel W. Gille & Son's
Inman Bros. Walter R. Nutt
Weaver & Higgs F. H. Booth
H. Schaffer W. Bittman & Sou
H. K. Neiswanger F. Sillcocks
Holzworth & Metzger J. A. Kempel
Homan & McGinley C. W. Joss
F. W. Rockwell C. Reusch & Co.
J. A. Rohiier J. L. Kohler
Snyder Grocery Co. W. Roche
C. a! Kempel Harry Grow
field; left half, Bocrstler; right half,
Howard; full back, Stullj' quarter,
Pianots: Loft and, Kllburn; left
tackle, .T. Bowers; left guard, T. Bltt
per; cpnter, Mpck; right guard, Wald
smith; right tackle, Wall; right ond.
Volk, (captain) (itiarterback, Dice; loft
half, Feuton; right balf, Adams; full,
J. W. Bryan of Lewder, Ills,, writes:
"My little boy was very low with
pnoumonlu. Unknown to the doctoi
wo gave him Foley's Honey and Tar.
Tho lesult was ningleal and puzzled
the doctor, as It, immediately stopped
the racklug cough aud ho quickly re
covered." J. M. Laffer, J. Lampartcr & Co.,
SOME ITEMS OF NEWS TOLD BY THE
Strul.ilit Tnllcn, Tim, !y u Man "Who
Wim In Himself UniU'rxtood iiml ix
Ahinja Itemly to lliu-k lip All 'Mint
(CopjTlBlit, 1000, by C. D. Lewis.
The vlgllauco commltteo over nt
Lone Jack seoms to need an lubtiuctoi'
)t has hung ouo man three dlu'ercm
times, and yet ho Is wulklng tuouuu
today lu good health.
Wo 'understand thnt certain parties
In this town have written tho post
master general that we play poker
Yes, we do, but wo play It as editor
and not ns postmaster and would like
to sit down lu n game with' tho P. G.
himself If he's lucllued that way.
Wo believe that what Is to happen
wll happen. In other words, wo gv
Lawyer Dodge due uotlco that If he
brings another libel suit against Tfye
Kicker e will cull at his ottlco nud
mnko liliu cat till the papers In the
case, with a fow deeds and bills of
sale us a wind up.
Tho rumor that wo nro looking for
another political olllco Is true. We.
now hauker to bo fish commissioner of
tho terrltoiy, thus glvltig us five soft
snaps. Thero Is no cheek about this
Wo are simply taking cmo of ouisrlvci
is nn editor. What Is left after wc
nro provided for cnu go to tho modes
nud humble public.
Tho Httlo scrap between our flghtlr
dog Jim and a clir f;otn nose HI
Which took placo pt the fink Wednt
day night, ns ndvetilsed. put $30 mo
In our pocket tow:id the pioject
ringing out a dally Kicker next yei
We own the dog ns an Individual ai
not ns editor. maor, postmaster
In accordance with a careless hab
wo havo somehow acquired wo spat o.
ell Them : wm piWH
boots as we stood
on the btiect tho oth-
toe editor sunrniscD.
or dny. Supposing wo meant to Insult
him, the major pulled his gun and
fired a bullet througi our hat. Expla
nations and drinks followed, aud all lo
serene nt this writing.
If uny one Is 'curious to lfiiQw wny
J. B. Williams loftftown last Sunday
night with his legs working like pis-
I ton rods and his tinlr ou tho curl, wo
uti explain mar. as secietary or tno
lgllance committee, ve had given
him warning to skip or dangle. Ho de
cided to skip nnd has piobahly roncn-
NOW 817 EAST
"' whlzjs .iirisLSs; nmm noUT-"
U .. .. x t ilna'Tamra and
Rock ballast, heavy steel, modern locomotives, block
signals ana electric headlights, vestlbuled trains, fast time,
convenient, schedules, Observation, Cafe and Parlor Cars,
Drawlncrpom Sleepers, Fjree Reclining Chairs and Palace
Day Coaches you get all these when you travel via the
Queen Si Crescent Route.
IIAViiInA .i, -.. r t nimn-iuint
"Ckvclaqd, O., for free
vu ni m u. u uiiim
W, J. MUBPHV, piRl H"i'ilN"i,3A.T,1oNEARS0N ""' "'"" ""'
i.'-i-? m HSBzma.
ia aitJJM 'TJrft tavH'J EivuamS WLW
cd Utnh by this time. J. B. was a lit
tle too stilf as a braggart nnd a. dead
beat. The gossip nround town that wo nro
planning a $50,000 opera house Is all
nonsense. Hellso hall Is big enough
nnd good enough for tho "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" troupes which como this way,
and the spectators on tho front seals
with their guns havo nlsp become used
to the targets and the distances.
Some one has sent us by mall n Ku
klux notice skull, crossbones nnd nil
wurnlng us to get out of Arizona with
in 30 days or take tho consequences.
Please bring on your consequences.
We don't propose to leave this balmy
country for many years to come, and
we'll bet 10 to 1 that wo add that
chap's carcass to the 13 others sleep
ing so qulotjy In our private editorial
graveyard. We aie no buzzsnw, but
tho man who monkeys with us lias got
to he chain lightning to keep his
health. M. Quad,
Employer I thought you told mo
thnt you wero the host scholar In your
elnss nt college. You don't seem to
New Clerk I didn't say scholar; I
said sculler. Philadelphia Record.
J. J. Friess
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