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TtfBSDAY, PCT; 28, 1002.
AlfcRCU&PAI&Y DEMOCRAT if GeveiandS Baking Powder Always terfmot, nmvmi ww, gives uniform rmmultn, M I have tested all the leaden. Cleveland's give the beat results." .Mf'- & T. XORBR. IN J9I0 Barberton Will Be ;- a City. Comforting Words ' of Secretary Laylin. A Plea Por Gen. Dick Match-Town. ' In the When a political spellbinder has as signed to him tho doubly difficult and unpleasant task" of telling a hall full of people what hencflccnt things trusts nro, how kindly they feel to. ward th0 common people; when he has to tell thcin in the saino bicatb that they nro too big, too powerful, for the Republican party to cope with for a long time to come, and that that same amiable fairy (the, Republican party) will get up pome morning and polish them off before breakfast, he may well hesitate before beginning his address. When that same speaker, ambitious himself, has to praise the greater po lltlcal planet which moves between him and the glad light of political preferment, eclipsing him and his own -ambition, it requires a very dexterous juggling of platitudes and srtcred vcr . bal relics from the shrines of the lit erary bureau to enable him to mako a graceful showing. That task was the one assigned to j, Hon. Harry M. Daugherty a,t the Re-, publican rally at Bnrbertym Mondny night, npfl ho failed to mako good. Mr. Daugherty would like to bo Gov. ( ernprJfreports be hue, but as long as Gen. Ohas. Dick leads the procog. slon and Col. Myron T. Herrick( is am bltlous, he cannot realize his dreams. Yet Mr. Daugherty was oblig ed to talk about Dick n well ns tlie State ticket and national politics. It was his assignment, and it must be said for him that he tried to make the best of an unpleasant position. Mr. Daugherty was asked, after the meeting, If fte would be a candidate for Governor, bul; nil that could bo drawn from him was an enigmatical smile, which might, and does, mean many things, Candidates were numerous In nnd about the meeting. Jared Barker, Clint Kline, W, A. Pardee, Philip Wagoner and others had their "glad hands" In working order, and they wore accompanied to Barberton by County Clerk E. A. Hershey, Dr. L, B, Slsler, Dr. L. S. Bbtlght, Chairman 0. F. Beery, Secretary Nation O. Mather and others. The Barberton band furnished music: There were 500 people In Whlgara Schubert hall when the meeting was called to order by Mr. Leonard Miller, who Introduced Mayor B. M. Buel aa chairman. Before Introducing Secre tary of State L. 0, Laylln, who was to be the' first speaker. Mr. Buel called on County Chairman 0. F. Beery, who entered' a plea for the county candi dates. He 'named them all In turn, extolled' their virtues, and asked the support of Republicans for them. Apathy seems to be wfoat Republi cans fear roost In tho coming election. The dead certainty that thoy are fall ing to Interest the people In their advertisements of their prophets crops out la every second utterance of tho 'speakers. 'Wo know all our candidates will be elected," they say, PrtTTf T? tJ4TJTT?e ""-"""a Bottle babies are so likely, to got thin: What can be done? More milk, condensed milk, watered milk, household mixtures try them 'all. Then try a little Scott's Emulsion in the bottle, It does for babies what it does for old folks gives new, firm flesh and strong life. You'll be pleased with the re sult. It takes only a little in .milk to make baby fat , We'l I od jtou (lull la tiy, 1 J ju Jit's, corr Bowr?n iwimttW Yd? "but for any sake don't forget that we want you to vote. Don't forget Secretary of Mate Laylln, of course, In presenting his causo and desire for a second term, must Impress the peo po with the conviction that he and the administration with him were Impossible to duplicate, "tfever has there been a State administration it? the history of Oho," he said, "which has been so worthy of the gratitude of the people as the present one un Ser the leadership of Governor Nash." "In referring to Gen. Dick's can didacy ho spoke of national affair vfn the prosperity route, and credited tho Republican party with all things good, eluding American progress, brains, tho crops and Uio weather. "In the face of talk of tariff revis ion,"" he said, "what can you do bet ter thnn to stand by tho Republican candidates, who stand for tho party which has produced those conditions?" Mayor Johnson nnd his campaign and principles received some attention. Mayor Johnson was denounced also his principles nnd the party general ly. Mr. Laylln maintained that tho constitution has been outgrown. "When It was -afade," said be, "there were no railways, no telegraph, etc., nnd now we bnvo to legislate for pres ent conditions." Ho claimed that the Massey law, the Wllls law and oth. crs are doing nil that can bo done for oquablo taxation, and declared that Mr. Johnson only sought to excite the prejudices nnd passions of tho peo ple.' Tho fact that people In Barberton object to the code that places them back into the village class, goes with out saying, and during the meeting Mr. Laylln was asked for an opinion as to how the code would, affect the Magic City. "t wli bo a Village un. til tho next federal census," be an swered, "but only because the growth of Barberton has been so marvelous and' rapid that the Legislature could foresee no such a condition as you are facing." i Hon. Harry M. Daugherty, when he began his address, appealed first for support for the candidates, county, Stato and Congrosblonnl, nnd looked after tho nntl-Dlc'k feeling In Barber ton by saying; '.'This is not a time for Jealousies. J don't believe you have any Jealousies In Summit coun ty anyway." At which the candidates, who were present In Jiuraber, and Messrs. C. F. Beery and N". O. Mather looked knowingly at each other. "Let's all hang together nnd support the Re. publican party, which lias done so much for this country. "The Republican party Isn't the ono which discovers an octopus In every corporation, "Tom Johnson goes about making his race on a small Issue, namely, the three cent fare. The Re publican party Is too big to discuss any three cent lssne. "It may be that a few of the so called trusts ore controlling the prices of several commodities. The Republi can" party, however, ean' do every thing In a minute. It will take time to regulate the, trusts. But one of these fine mornings we will, go out and polish them off before breakfast." Mr. Daugherty endqd with a reference to the Hnnna slogan, "Stand pat" Dr. L. S. Ebrlght was the last speak er, and ho devoted the time allpted him to making an appeal to the Re publicans to rally Nov. 4. "Don't let them catch us asleep,'' be said. ' ATTRACTION TOO GREAT And Barberton Council Did Not Have a Session. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Oct, SB.'-Tbe "Republican meeting last night was too great an attraction for the Council ana- the legislative halls were deserted. Most of tho Councilman were near the city Building, but were unable to stato whother there would ,be a meeting or not. McCarfy was apxlous for a meeting. He went on a still hunt for enough members, to transact business. He came upon McCoy, Miller and Dunford In front "t the hall where tho Republican hosts were gathered. "Go find another member and we'll havo a 15-mlnute session,'! said one of the trio to McCarty. He wont but In five minutes he hud not returned and the trio went into the. meeting and Council did not meet, ONE WARD Less Than Akron Has Now. Number To Be Reduced to Seyen. i. Re-Districting Will Be Com menced Next Month. It has been announced ofllctotly by Solicitor Esgat that it will be nec essary to re-dlstrlci this city into seven wards, and that the task will have to be commenced, by the middle of 'November. This will give the city ten Council men, seven to be elected from wntdB and three by the city at large, Tho president of Council Is not consider cd among; tho ten. He will raerply preside at the meetings, and have a vote only in case of tics. Tlie president of Council will, bo elected by the people, and when the Mayor Is out of the city hie duties will be performed hy the president of Council. Goes Like Hot Cakes. "The fastest selling article I have Jn my store," writes druggist C. T, Smith, of Davis, Ky., "Is Dr, Kind's New Dlscovory for Consumption, Cougbs and Colds, because It always cures. In my six years of sales It has never failed. I havo known it to save sufferers from throat and lung diseases, who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy." Mothers rely on it, best physicians prcsclbe It and 0. B. Harper & Co. guarantee satisfaction or refund price, Trial bottles free. Regular slues, 00c and $1 Ira D. Reckard, Duucombe, In. writes; wy nine xipy scaiaea nis leg from the knee to tho ankle. I used anner Salve Immediately, and in three weeks' tlmo It was almost entirely healed. I want to recommend It to every family, and advise them to keop Banner Salve on hand as it Is a sure remedy for scalds or any other sores." J. M. Laffer, A. Warnei, J. Lampar. tcr & Co. OH, GIRLS ! Who Would Not Gladly Be This ; Milliner's Clerk? Washington? Pa., Oct. 28-At Union- town after a romantic courtship. Miss Minnie Booth and Clayton Shaw, both iUl Many an Akron Citizen Finds the Struggle Hard. With a back constantly aching. With distressing urinary disorders, Dally existence Is but a struggle. No need to keop It up. Doan's Kidney PJUs will cure you, Akron people endorse this claim. Mrs. E. Pomeroy, corner of Rush and H. canal sts., says: "Both my hus. band and I used Doan's Kidney PJUs sojd at Lnmparter, & Co.'s dnjg store and we found them effective Jn prompt ly relieving symptoms of kidney trou ble. I suffered from pains in my back and my kidneys bothered me greatly, the secretions being Irregular and caus. lng inconvenience. Dean's Kidney PJUs did me more good than any other medicine I over used. My' husband always speaks of them to the same effect. We have recommended them to acquaintances as highly as It is possible to speak in praise of a medi cine." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fostcr-Mllhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y .,sole agents for the U. 6. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. MORNING MEALS. He We can give you an elegant breakfast for ICe. Lady It's too cheap to be good. I am a stranger in Akron, but was re liably Informed that the Model Ralo ery, 100 South Howard st, served a most excellent breakfast for 25c. I ara going there. My dear reader, when nothing tastes good, stop la at Model Bakery. B. B. LAFFiDRTif. I M 4 Charlerpi, ero nnietly married, Both aw members of well known fami lies And the courtship which resulted In thrlr rnsrrjflgo was instituted by Mrs, Mary Well, a milliner, who has for years made It her chief object In life to secure for her clerks good bus binds. Miss Booth was n clerk In Mrs. Well's establishment and through thp efforts of .Mrs. Wells met fibaw, who was engaged Itf business In Charlerol. The couple became engaged and the marriage .resulted. Miss Booth is the B7th girl employed by Mrs. Wells who has been married In tho last five years. So many applications nre made for em ployment in jMrs. Wells' store that tho applicants are taken In the order In whlcktbelr-oppHcatlons aro fl'led and as soon as a position Is made vacant by the marrWe ot a girl a new ap plicant is given, the place. STRANGE Curse of an Old Woman May Be Realized. Chicago, Oct. 28. Charley Comls key, owner of" the White Stockings, is wondering whether a strango prophecy made many years ago, s going to prove true. He was reminded of it by' tho injuries bis brother, Ed ward, received Friday night. When Comjskey was a boy, playing on vacant lots, ho threw a ball and accidentally it .bounded against an old woman, who, was picking rags on tho dump at the other end of the lot. It did not have sufficient force to hurt her,' and' Charley immediately apol ogized but she was angry. "May you live lo see all your kith and kin die!" exclaimed the wpmsn in a melodramatic manner. Recentlythe- strange fatality which seems to have pursued the Comiskey family brought the old woman's curse to ils mind. All his brothers, except the one wno was hurt Friday night, have died within .the last year, as well as bis father. HM Life In Peril. "I Just seemed to have gone all to pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare, Tex., "biliousness and a lame heck had made life a burden. I couldn't cat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters, but they worked won.ders. Now I sleep like a top, can eat anything have gained In strength nnd enjoys bard work." Tbey give vigorous, health andew, life to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try them. Only 60c atJ3. B. Harper & Co's. drug store , Look Out For Fever. BiJIousness'and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by cleansing the system with DeWltt's Little Early Risers. These famous little pills do not gripe. They move the bowels gently, but copiously, and by reason of the tonic properties, give tone and strength fo the glands. For saje by all druggists. Read Democrat liners. DEMOCRATIC TICKET STATE. For Secretary of State, HBRBERT S. BIGELOW, of Hamilton county. Fof Judge of tho Supremo Court (Long and short terms,) MICHAEL DONNELLY, of Henry county. For State Dairy and Food Commls. sloner, PHILIP H. BRUOK, of Franklin county. For Member ef Stato Board of Public Works, JOSEPH J. PATEB, of Butler county. JUDICIAL. -. For Judge ol Circuit Cc rt, BKNJAMIN STARR, of Cuyahoga. CONGRESSIONAL, For Member of Congress, 0. D. EVERHARD, of Summit COUNTY. For Probate' Judge, WM. D. YOUNG of Akron. For Clerk, ALBERT T. PAIGE of Akron. For Shcritf, E. L. FILLITIS of Hudson. For Treasurer, aOBEUT L. ANDREWS of Akron, For Commissioner, 10HN McNAMAR. Of Barberto'n. For Recorder, JAMES H.'BURT of Akron, . , . For Coroner, DR. C. J. HAYS o' Akron. For Infirmary Director, B. F. DAVIS of Akron. ..SWOP mSmmmmWf 7HK. r . i'".r .. 'vv .- T kmmm JBrnTStRffl v VyV'Viy. .''-Hry.-'f -i -Ttlmwm i ff VttVlTTWli 'WSmrM ..S-'' CISTERN WATER Was Scarce and Made Two Women Quarrel. A bucket of ordiuary cistern water, drawn by one woman for the purposo of doing some washing, was the causo of an arrest, a trial and a fine, Tues day morning, In Police court. Mrs. Louise Sbeplcr was arrested on a charge of assault and battery, the complainant being Mrs. Emily Bug gies. Mrs. Ruggles stated that she had drawn n pall of water fioin a cistern, for the use of which Mrs. Shep- ler pays rent, and that when the water was drawn, Mrs. Shepler, in nn at tempt to take it away from her, spilled It over her, making her very wet and uncomfortable and making It neces- -. The Wonderful Toned S. r . tf wear Fnde yU1fc atW.:l iti Hi HOBM M 3 mm & & ft HBH ft Bffii ft H9bHHkM1 ft ISeiiimPW ft mSKBSSBm ft inHi ft mmsmKm IPlHWIlm ftWHHHIRH ft ' M mr ft V H ft M Wk ft M V ft V m ft U ii) opening, besides some later effeots that we wore unable ikt bestWQ ofin do to explain what there is, is? to come' Jn, W -. Ta:U!' $ UUf tailoring, V to make your clothes distinctive, graceful, and withal, PRIDE THE TAILOR, ft ySr MpneTAlways 120 S. HOWard StfCCt TO jjpjwMGiS fiots (feKtly:; fkc.ts Acts fids trAilyas'a Laxaiive. Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and tha well-intormed and to the healthy, because its com ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be cause it acts without disturbing the natural func tions, as it is wholly free rom every objectionable SkrrrrkCieo.'Ca.l. Louisville-, Ky. For &lc by all dfurfrfiats sary for her to change her clothes. Mrs. Shepler did not strike Mrs. Rug gles, but the Mayor held that she was technically guilty and fined ner the costs. RETREAT Held at Barberton by Cleveland Presbytery. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Oct 28. The ministers of the Cleveland Presbytery held a re treat at Barberton Inn Monday and Tuesday. There were 22 ministers l'resent. This was the third Tetreat that has been held by this presbytery. The time was occupied with a discus sion of church questions. The meet ing closed this afternoon. A. B. Chase Pianos lei so Overcoats r business, street JX HI C&S all requirements. Have you ever examined our showing of foreign and domestic woolens? It would prove a verv beneficial half hour to you and a great pleasure for us to show them to you, A Matchless Display of Overcoatings We can't give ,you an idea of our overcoat stuffs in words, you must see therri to appreciate them. Meltons, Kerseys, Heavy English Worsteds and an inexhaus tible showing of Scotch novelties. Our Suitings You will find just as complete an assortment now as at tno season's m Satisfaction, is the word that tells how wa try to treat M you, style fit and workmanship of course, but wetrv m W-JK piesaavtlyt Berveficiallyi quality or substance, in the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine manufactured by the IAftt5YRjJP(? flew York.N.Y. Ericclfifty cents pcf-bottlo. LAMFRECHT BROTHERS & CO. STOCKS-BONDS MEMBERS. New Xork Stock Exchanges Chicago Stock Exchange. Chicago Board of Trade. Cleveland Stock Exchange." Detroit Stock Exchange. Akron Office : 216 and 2l8 Hamilton Bid. CLAIRE APP.Mgr. Local stocks bought and sol. Both phones, 447. Read Democrat liners. ivivin i Walah Blook arid You Wear the Best m m m $o show at that time. 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