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"Thero's high merit in the Shoes
I am showing for Winter," sayi
"Men's, Somen's and children's
styles are here In abundance in
all the wanted leathers.
"Somtf are built extra strong and
of heavier leather for tho rougher
"Then there aro neater fashioned
ones intended for everyday and
business wear substantial, too.
"And dress shoes.
"I can supply you at whatever
price you want to pay.
"Of course, prices arc right."
Fine premiums, cash dis
count checka or merchan
dise stamps with all sales.
- URB SCHWERTNER,
Just Around the Corner from Tus
121 N. WALNUT ST.
To Boys Under 16 Tale of Misde
meanor From Alliance.
Epecl.il to MornJnB News.
Alliance, 0., Oct. 9. Joseph F. Bizzl,
a foreigner who conducts a store on
Front street, appeared before Mayor
McConnell this evening and pleaded
guilty to a charge of selling tobacco
to some boys under sixteen years old.
Monday afternoon Officer Fawcett ar
ranged for two lads aged respectively
eleven and thirteen years old. to go
Into tho store and ask for cigarettes.
The man did not nave .any in stock at
the time but sold the boys a package
of tobacco. When arraigned Tuesday
morning BlzzPpleadcd not guilty.
The mayor assessed a fine of $25 and
costs which Bizzl paid. Tho foreigner
Bppeared;jto have plenty pt money as
he left $100 in cash Tuesday moimus
for his appearance in the evening.
A Matter of Concern to Many Anxtoua
Most disease in children Is caused
by giving the stomach too much to da
The kind of food given it to tako caro
of is vastly more important than tho
A piece of steak, for instance, whe
ther tough or tender, must be torn
apart, fibre from fibre, by the digest ivo
-organs, absorbed Into tho blood and
made to build up the tissues of the
body. It's a long five hours' process
exhausting much of the child's energy,
You wouldn't know he was the same
boy HARDYFOOD DID IT.
and at the end leaves salts and other
.foreign matter In tho system which
rack the norves of the hardest youth.
Are you sure that your child is get
ting "value received" In new muscle,
stronger bones and real nourishment
for his brain and nerves? Do you re
alize that beef has only one-fifth tho
nourishment of slmp'o wheat that,
wheat gives your child bone, muscle,
warmth, brain and nerve, and does u
with the least demand upon the diges
GIvo your ch'ld what nature intend
ed him to havo and what the clillc
likes the pure wheat with malted bar
ley, the greatest musclo and nerve
producer known. You get it all in
Hardyfood is the Ideal Summer Food
for Children. It tempers tho body and
therefore prevents prickly heat, hives
and heat rash. It regulates tho bow
els and wards off diarrhoea, dysen
tary, cholera infantum and other dis
eases brought on by Improper feed
ing. Hardyfood Is oxce'lent for tho baby.
It Is natural for tho child to change
from mother's milk to Hardyfood. The
child longs for Hardyfood aud it won i
Mothers And Hardyfood a strength
to them and their little ones. It is
tho most healthful and most digestible
food for the nursing mother.
It is nature's own food, prepared un
der most sanitary conditions. Hnrdy
food 1b the Ideal food for the entire
family. It can bo eaten from the 'pack
ago or cooked into n delightful por
Hdge. Sl your grocer for a 10c package.
II. MA 0
Reaches Havana and
Will at -Once Take
Charge ofAffairs Na
tional Republican Party
Havana, pet. 9. Tho new provision
al governor, Charles E. Magoon, who
succeeds Secretory Taft in the ad
ministration of. temporary government
of Cuba, Brigadier General Franklin
Bell, chief of staff, U. S.navy; Mrs.
Taft, and Mrs. Bacon, arrived in Ha
vana this afternoon fret Key West.
Tho organization of n new, party to
take the place of the discredited mod
erate party In congress, .and others
prominent in the former organization,
conferred in tho re-organfzatic-n. Tho
new party is is to be .known a the
National Hepublican party.
Mr. Mngoon's reception wa folici-
tous. Tho party arrived from Key
West on the steamer Mascotte, which
ehiore.- the harbor at 5:30 o'clock,
escorted by the battleship Texas. Sec-
rotatyi .JTaft and Assistant Secretary
Bacon boarded the ship to greet their
wives, and brought the party ashore in
their tug. The landing was made
at the Gaballeria wharf. Julio De-
Cardenas, mayor of Havana, and a
committee of aldermen were present
to receive tho visitors. Bouquets were
presented .to Mrs. Taft and Mrs. Ba
With the arrival of the new governor
and the amnesty proclamation the sit
uation in Cuba may be regarded as
resuming: its normal tone.
Caused by Storms on the Great Lakes
Last Night Several Lives Lost.
Cleveland, O., Oct. 9. Threo ves
sels were wrecked, three driven"
ashore, threo men and possibly 14
were drowned in tho gale which swept
over the Great Lakes today. Tho
barges Wayne and Foster, owned b
the Jllnes Lumber Co., went ashore in
Lake Superior about four ml'es cast of
the ship cunal. Tho barges carried
crews of 14 people. The Wayne has a
woman cook on board. Threo lives
were lost when tho barge Pasadeni
of Cleveland went ashore at Keweenaw
Point, near Houghton, Mich. Steam
ers on Lake Erie felt tho force of tho
gale. The steamer Benton was blown
from her courso and got into shoal
water near North Bas3 Island.
Just at daybreak tho steamer Cobb,
loaded with coal, went aground. The
steamer May Richards sank near Kel
loy's Island. Tho crew, clung to the
r'gglng until rescued by life savers.
Tho propeller Selwood is reported
aground at Lime Kiln Crossing, almost
To Deal With, the United States Wlfl
Finds, Says Consul Pazos, in
Speaking of Cuban Affairs.
New York, Oct. 9. "Boforo tho Am
ericans get through with Cuba I fancy
they will arrive at the conclusion that
after al General Weyler had a pretty
hard proposition to deal with and pos
sibly was not such a monster as ho
This was tho opinion of Senor Ave
line Pazos, vice consul at New York
who returned to the city todav on the
steamer Morro Castle after a visit ot
some weeks to Cuba, where he has
been looking after heavy personal to
bacco interests. .
"The United States has Cuba on her
hands now," continued Senor Pazos,
"and she cannot desert her. It would
bo little short of criminal for this
country to withdraw from Cuba now,
or at an early date, as every think
lug man on the island knows that such
a move would immediately resu't iu
another uprising similar to tho ono
which has just been brought to a close.
Cuba is no more fit for self govern
ment that she was under Spanish rulo
and Is "not suited for the democratic
form of government to which Ameri
cans aro used. So long as Cuba Is a
republic tho 'fellow who Is beaten at
tho polls will bo a rebel.
And a Birthday Anniversary Kept Alli
ance Firemen Reasonably Busy
Special to Morning News.
A liance. O., Oct. 9. The fire de
partment was called out twico today,
tho first alarm being the result of a
small flro at the new residence ol
Joseph WlU'ams on South Union ave
nue. Tho weathcrboardlng had lgulted
from a fluo. Tho loss was only about
At 6:45 this evening an alarm came
in from box 3G at the corner of Free
dom avenue and Broadway. A quick
run was made but tho firemen found
that a false alarm had been sounded
No clue could be secured as to the
identity of tho person who had been
tampering with tho hox.
Tuesday was Chief w. S. Aungst's
40th birthday anniversary and the
members of th department presented
hi i fine umbrel a at drIP time to
That's all we ask for this large Reed Rocker, though you
can't buy its equal at the furniture store for less than $11.00
or $12.00. It isn't a toy rocker but full size, large enough
and strong enough to hold a heavyweight.
It is just as shown in the picture and
described in this advertisement.
The way to get this Reed Rocker for
t' $1.00 is on the Walker Plan.
f's a wonderful plan so liberal and
fair that over 1,000,000 women in all parts
of the United States have adopted it.
These women are fitting up their home
with handsome furniture of all kinds, on
the Walker Plan, at no expense.
Take your own' case:
Now, you buy a certain amount of
groceries and household supplies every
day of your life.
You trade at different places, pay full
price for everything and the storekeepers
make a nice profit on everything they seU
But they don't give you any household
furniture, wearing apparel, etc., over and
above what you pay for.
Well, We do! That's where the Walker
Plan steps in and helps the housekeeper
secure the luxuries she needs to make
her home more comfortable and attractive.
The Walker Plan doesn't increase your
living expenses one penny.
It gives you the very highest quality of
goods made in our great Pure Food Fac
tories in Pittsburg, and allows you to make
your own selection of Household Furni
ture, Wearing Apparel, Musical Instru
ments, etc., which we give you extra.
On the Walker Plan, you get $2,00 in
value for every $1.00 you spend.
The reason we give you so much more
for your money than the retailer does, is
that we own and operate enormous facto
ries, and deal with the consumer direct,
instead of through middlemen.
We do an immense business on one
small margin of profit.
We make H worth while for you to
buy all your'household necessities on the
It pays you handsomely to send right
to headquarters for your everyday
household supplies to the factories where
the things you use every day are made.
What do we manufacture?
We answer almost everything. The
Walker Products embrace over 225 differ-
The large full roll ot this Rocker continues to the
rockers and Is made of best selected German reed
throughout. Tho back Is made of (elected flat reed,
nicely ornamented, and stands 24 In. high from seat.
Arms and back are very securely braced. Has apron
extending completely around the rocker, made of round
reed. Frnnie is made of selected ha'd white maple.
Seat. Is JS'.i In. deep and 1814 In. wide made of selected
cane. This chair Is suitable forany room. Shellac finish.
CostsiYou Only $1.00 on tho Walker Plan.
ent necessities, like Teas, Coffee, Baking
Powder, Soaps, Spices, Extracts, Baked
Beans, Ketchup, Flaked Wheat a very
complete line of bottled and package goods.
What articles do we give extra with
The list is a long one. There are over 1400
articles from which to choose Furni
tiue of all kinds for Parlor, Dining Room,
Library Bedroom, Kitchen and Laundry.
Wearing Apparel, including Furs,
Walking and Dress Skirts, Hose, Corsets,
etc., etc. Rugs and Draperies, China, Cut
Glass and Silverware, Baby Carriages,
Musical Instruments, Bric-a-Brac, Jewelry,
and in fact everything that goes to fur
nish and ornament a home.
THE WALKER PLANLet Us Tell Yoia All About It
The wonderful Walker Plan will help you to re-furnish your home complete at wonderful bargain prices. In fact, on this
plan, you can get many handsome articles absolutely FREE.
You want to know about this plan and we want to tell yea all about it. IE ycu will write your name and address on a post
card and mailit to us today, we will send you by return mail our big illustrated Walker Furniture Book, which tells everything.
You will be surprised and delighted with the variety of articles we give away to our customers. Don't let
anything hinder you from writing us today.
West Salem was badly damaged by
Are last night. Three buildings on the
Bain street of the town were con
sumed The loss Is $10,000. The cause
of the flro is unknown.
In the Prosecution of the
Standard Oil Company
at Findlay Rockefeller
Scored by Prosecutor.
Special to Morning News.
Findlay, O., Oct. !. The jury in'-tho
Standard Oil case wa3 empanelled to
day. The case tw begun by Intro
ducing in evidence, the delense object
ing and being overruled, the records
of suits begun In supreme court by At
torney General D. W. Watson in 189::
to oust the Standard, and by Attorney
General Monnot in 1838 charging the
Standard ywlth contempt of former or
ders of the supremo' court. No effort
will be made to bring Rockefeller here
short of two weeks. Attorney General
Ellis wi 1 bo here tomorrow. Prosecu
tor David in summing up tho case,
scored Rockefeller and others who con
trol the Standard.
Five More Bridge Companies Quit.
eueclKl to Morning News.
Dollefontaine, O., Oct. 9. Five more
bridge companies on which Attorney
General Wade Ellis is warring, sur
rendered their Ohio charters today.
Only one concern, the Mount Vernon
Co., is left as a result of tho ouster
suit by tho attorney general, in which
13 concerns wero accused of pooling
their interests in violation of tho Va:
entlne anti-trust law.
Scramble for New Hospital.
Spcclul to Morning News.
ColumbiiB, O.. Oct. 9. Tho state
commission to locate the proposed
S'ato hospital for crippled children
will meet here next Tuesday. Wester
vllle, Zanesville, Circlevl'le, Marietta
and Piqua aro asking for tho new
Considerably Puffed Up.
fippclal to Morning .Sewn.
Ravenna, O., Oct, 9. The largest
puff ball In this section was found on
the farm of D. W. Talcott in Frankn
township today by his son-in-law, Dr.
Leslie A. Woolf. Its circumference
was 47 Inches, Its diameter 1G inches.
and its weight ten pounds.
Long Illness Cause of Suicide.
Special to Morning News.
Akron, o.. Oct. 9. Despondent be
cause of long continued illness, Mrs.
Theoda S'egfrled tho young wife, of
Josoph Siegfried, shot and killed her
self this morning.
Fire In Wayne County Village.
Wooaterf o., Oct, 9. The village of
Farmer Pulled His Gun.
Gperlal to Morning Newn.
Painesvllle, O., Oct. 9. Carried past
his stop on the Lako Shore electric
line today, Coloned D. A. Pond, at tne
point of a revolver, forced Motorman
Heddeman to back his car to the stop.
Ho thanked the motorman as he left
Odessa, Oct- 9. Riot and bloodshed
are expected here almost hourly as a
result of the constant processions and
demonstrations by members of the re
actionary "Union of tho Russian Peo
ple." Business men generally are urg
ing the authorities to put a stop to
such provocations to the liberals. Tho
latter persist, however, in their sup
port of the "union."
It was a series of loyal demonstra
tions of just this character that pro-'
voked the massacre of last October.
A GREAT WEAPON.
Canton People Cannot Fall to Appre
ciate the Worth of It.
Only one weapon
Ta fight backache
The weapon that strikes the cause
Doan's Kidney Pills reach the root;
Their work in Canton proves it.
You read of cures made years ago,
And tho cures were lasting cures.
Read the following:
Charles F. Fals, musician of 1500
Housel St., says: "Lapse of time
has strengthened my appreciation of
the value of Doan's Kidney Pilla. I
gave this remedy my endorsement in
May, 1900, because of the benefit I de
rived from using them, and I told at
that time how I had previously been
troubled with terrible pain in tho loins
and irregularities of the action of the
kidneys. The passages were scanty
and some entirely absent for two or
threo days. The pain in my back
would increase in severity from timo
to timo until I wa3 often compelled to
cry out with pain. As I stated beforo,
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Dur
bln & Wright Co.'s'arug store, cured
me. I am now abole to mako that
statmont stronger because four years
havo since passed without a recur
rence of the trouble, and I know that
my cure Is permanent."
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
rents. Fostor-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., solo agents for tho United States.
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
What between tho new Mrs. Piatt,
Miss Mao Wood and a few others, Sen
ator Piatt has little time for the minor
concerns 6t politics, Milwaukee Seu-tinel.
A FAMILY PLEASURE
is a shared bottle or two of that ex
cellent, yet harmless, beverage Homo
Brew with a light luncheon just beforo
retiring. Your sleep will be all the
sweeter and will come at call. But
don't mistake the brand the Homo,
lite Home Brewing Co.
36 n, 186
BELL. Phonois STARK.
Of Laying Conduits by
the Power Company
day. The Merchants' Heat, Light &
Power Co. started yesterday to tear
up tho pavement on Tuscarawas
street at the comer of Court street
to lay their conduits.
Several weeks ago the company was
granted permission to lay conduits on
Tuscarawas and Fifth streets betwec.
Court and High, but it was under
stood that the work v.'ould bo delayed
Complaint was received by the
board of public service of tho condi
tion in which this company left the
pavement in Piedmont street and En
gineer Sarver was instructed to notify
the concern to relay the pavement
to Third street In three days.
Was Mildred Holland and Her Sup
porting Company at the
Mildred Holland In the romantic
drama "The Paradise of Lies," played
to an audience at the Grand last night
which thoroughly appreciated her emo
tional acting. It is a piay in a pro
logue and three acts and Miss Holland
runs the gamut of every human emo
tion known to a woman's soul In a
life which begins as a castaway child
on the banks of a lily pond and ends
amid tho brilliancy of an Italian court
In which the heroine meets many ad
ventures. Miss Holland as usual cap
tivated her audienco with her brilliant
and clever acting.
Alma Chester us Isabella, Countess
of Keumore, gavo a splendid bit of
acting that was thoroughly appreclat
ed. Howard Sydney as Antonio Loll
tas, the lover, was fine. The other
members of the cast did their roles
In an able and finished manner.
Paid by Official In Fees as Pre-Elec-tion
Chicago, Oct. 9. A pre-election
pledge cost States Attorney Healy
$51,213 today. The money reached Mr.
Healey in the form of office fees.
Some of his predecessors have turned
such sums over to Cook eounty. Tho
majority have kept it. Healy prom
ised in many speeches during his cam
paign for election to content himself
with tho $10,000 salary and give- all
fees to the county. Since then tho su
preme court has decided that the mon
ey belongs to the states attorney. Mr.
Healy considered himself bound, how
ever, by his pre-election pledge Today
he seut his check to President Brun
dage of tie county board, for all fees
collected to date.
AND PAAJ R W0RK
The members ct the Democratic
central committee of Stark county to
the number of 75 enjoyed a smoker at
McCurdy hall last evening and dis
cussed plans for the work of the cam
paign. A number of addresses wero
made, and refreshments served during
the evening. All parts of tho county
were represented. Tho affair was, ar
ranged by tho executive committee and
it was a social success.
Has opened a
NEW GROCERY STORE
Full lino Groceries and Country
Produce A share of your patronago
339 NORTH CHERRY ST., (Cor, Bird)
Stark Phone C-1672,