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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1908.
STARK .COUNTY DEMOCRAT. CANTOR O. 3 ftF '' E :-, Hi 11 tit M n E nPuEPV HflW5 Mi KllDDLui 5 ULl MAIiLn M r ?' To Relieve Monetary Situation of Country METING CRITICISM From Offlolal Sources Seora tary Take Steps to Put His Measures In Immediate) . Operation. (News-Democrat leased Wlro Borvlco.) Washington, Oct.' lr1 BocnJlorry JBhaw was 'af.liU del-t$lnrfr&rris ftnrl Immediately Jbegan taking Btops i'tp put .operation v'mcasurWloKro- vIlf of the , monetary situ atlbn? which jwera dociaedvuppn "by) him in ;Ncw i wc i Later In te'day circulars 'will Jje Is? sued Informing all of the banks as to the details of his plan. Ho has do- cued mat in accepting otner man government bonds ho will take noth lug but state and municipal bonds. The remedial measures proposed by Secretary Shaw created consternation 'In official circles hero. Tho proposi tions are so radical that meir utility is a questioned for. theso reasons: I. It is not hollo vedby govemmen . It.! exports that Secretary Shaw has warrant under existing law to abolish bank" resorves or accept .other security ' tuar. government bonds for circula tion. . p , 2. it Is not the duty of tho secretary of tho treasury to construe iawa.vcli- . tlwtopiayohal bonks ,mUIctlon such I us ' suggested? y SecretaryH;'shaw; mitst i .a. 3 -ji-a i- '.-i'JiilS A J" .T - 1 as: suggested by Secre,t2ry;.Shaw:miiirt ' bo tAkon-Thi fiiocompl'roiler or tho Oliei U'? . ,3, The-Dresldoht-'haa notrglven-his approval torthd' plans advajiced and It Is believed he will 'conbidcr tiicui dan- f gerous both from a financial and po ' lltlral standpoint. 1 4, If made operative so far as the (laws will permit it is not bollovcd tho propositions wUl afford, permanent re- Wlefc- '5.If those plans' are -utlllzed-it is thought congress will enact such leg islation as will' hereafter prevent a construction of tho law similar to that advocated by. Secretary Shaw, 6. Secretary Gago and' somo of his predecessors fully considered every possible expedient, for assisting na tional banks and could not endorse the proposition now advanced. Their utility and, legality .arocouscquenyy . b rrr.Tt - NATIONAL OBSEQUIES: l Will .'Not ha Accorded Znla: . ' '-'- -i.' t- !t if (news-Democrat ucasoai 'Wlro. servlco.- '.Paris, Oct." 1, --"Tho ministerial council this morning decided not to give national obsequies' at the runera of Emlle Zola. M, Chauml will, however, represent the government at tho funeral, and will mako a speech of eulogy. LOOK OUT FOR FEVER. Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by cleansing tho system with DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These famous llttlo pills do not gripe. They movo the bowols gently, but copiously, ana by reason of the tonic properties, give tono and sirengin to uie gianas, Fisher's drug store, Shanafelt's drug storo, Miller's drug store. Ira D. Reckard, Duncombe. la.. writes "My llttlo boy scalded , his leg' from the 'knee" to 'tho ankle." I used Banner Salve' Immediately and 'in ttireo weeks time ft was almost en tirely healod. I want to recommend it to evory .family and- advlso them to keep Banner Salve, on hand .as it Is.n surp remedy for scalds or, any other sores." Sold by, Roth & Hug., Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts, sprains, stings. Instant relief. Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrlc Oil. At1 any drug store. When An OLD MAN too Infirm to work, stops up to the paying toller's, window and wlthurmva tho mouoy necessary to supply his wantB, it 1b an ob ject lesson that every young wan should hoed. The only way to be independent in old ago Is to save in youth. Start an account now. 4 PER CtrtT Mereat fa'.aby The Citizens' Building. & Loan Go Of FrelghtTralnsCaught Many Men of the Crews. (Nows-Dcmocrat Leased Wlro "Service.) Fort Worth, Oct 1. Two Santa Fee freight trains collided head-on on tho Cleburne rurcolt division Just across tho Red Rlvor brldgo In tho Indian territory near Qalncsvlllo Tox., Tucsdoy evening. Two big onginos and 40 freight cars were wrccxed. Flroman Wi.C. Lyth, of Bellovllle, Is dead, and Fireman M. R. Crowry, of Arkansas, Clty and Clarcnco Nue mnkerf-a brakeniajm wero. injured Tho wtjjcknge took firo and roports from lh'e:-s5eridvVay s6orairm6mbore of tho .train crews are-pinned under tho deu- Englrifjefrf Hdnryj Dick n.rtA ' Pang bum a'rb p"robaly?.fatalf h'lirt; WHlfCDRNER Ar.Tiour&Company Man aging a Big Deal. PRICE WAS ADVANCED To 95 Cents a Bushel--An Attempt Mado to Enjoin the - Men Who Ara Working the Scheme. -' Cblcngo, Oct. 1. Scptemborxwhcat sold on board of trado yesterday at ' . T r - - n-.n whioh fndJho hlchost Tirlce ohl that coreilTfncjthB- great Loltor deal ' 60clcti' mep 'were U.o robbers and that . .-.. -T. 'j. ? u. u ui u ,' t,ly considered this tho grcates: prac In MOftv The-caOsoiW the high prlco , J fc f t ie. 6easou, I-aler tU(;y xoany wlBvj. ,"7irpiu" - , appeared and gavo up the mouoy. unli able supply wasv practlcaijy cornoredi ton W. Wlsner, who is chief executive and it -was, rumored that Armour ft'ointer of the village of Warwick, Is comiwny held tho greater part of it. There has been activity among shorts in Sopteraber wheat iiulho past two w.ecks, bv.t, It was supposed that, all of, thonx .hadcovpxed. .during, Uio scai;o ot.laat week. Jlpwever, when trading opened 'yesterday morning it waa seen there was still a considerable num ber who had not made gooa Uielr contracts. Tbe oponing wa3 1-So to 5-8c hlpher at 88c to 88 l-2c and qulrkly anvanced to 30c, around which ilguro-there. was considerable selling and, a decline to 88c followed. Later thV'Sborts-again, runowed their ctforta to cover and Uio prlco rose in flvo minutes from ,P0b ,tp 95c, TYio1)roksragoflrni',oV)l..4LvWplls, members of ihe'-BQacdiOf'-TradOiijito- Jay--filed a. petition, asking ifor a tern- irrary .Injunction' against Armouf.j & company, 1J. J.4-Townsend, tho1, 319111 6i Trade, and othors To' prevent' what is" technically knpwn a.thondbis-lpubllc lng .u?wn01 fr?.- n .. ,B p?'rollnr .it the tin 'mill, filed attachment ticaliy tho same action as was askoa. 1 for inu the;, recent corner in pats., 'Thij cause or uio petition was tne alleged j cornering of September wheat by one or two local houses. At 95o' thoro was a halt. In the ad vancing figures, shorts apparently having succeeded In supplying 4 their needs. The close was at the' hlg'i price with a gain of 7 l-8c over yes terday's closo. TOWTAOMbBILE1 Causes Runaway Near Tiffin. Tiffin, O., Oct, 1. Tom Johnson's red automobile played havoc with a fanner's buggy yesterday afternoon. Tho machine, which had been left in ,TlfU.n, for, repairs was, .speeding, along a country road, near Das'com, and frightened a horso which was driven by .Mrs. Jesse KImo. Tho' animal ca reened, throwing Mrs: Klmo and baUy out and brcaklngtho buggy. , ASSAULTED AND RODDED. Sliolby, 6., Septl 30? A. bold burg-i lar entered tho home of James Mutera bach yesterday 'while Mrs, Mutersbach was engaged it doing her household work. Knocking her senseless, he ran sacked tho house and stole $15 In money, an old watch and four rings. She was discovered later stJU uncon scloup, with an ugly wound on her forehead whero the burglar had struck her with somo blunt Instrument. Sho lu critically 111 and there Is no clew to the robber. HIS POINT OF VIEW. Mrs. Homer Our daughter's now music toachor has a dolicato touch. Homer What? You call 7 a lea son a delicate touch. Chicago News. NEVER ASIC ADVISE. When you have a cough or cold don't ask what Is good for it and get somo medicine with llttlo or no morlt and perhaps dangerous. Ask for Foley's Hone1 and Tar,' tho greatest throat' and lutigremedyj 'It euros, coughs. ahd;oolda; quickly; -Sold ' oy Roth &,;Hug..M v't - ' " i up VALUABLES TAKEN All Passengprs Wero Com pelled to Deliver, But Ev ' erythlng'Was Returned Later In the Day. Mlddletown, N. Y., Oct. 1. Tho "sfaRo coach "Pioneer," which makes dally trips between "Warwick and Go shen, was licld up anil robbed by thrco maolfjd horsemen late yesterday, af ternoon. , Tho coach was bowling along tho road two miles from Florida, and at a lonely spot on tho road Clinton and Horatio S. Wlsner, who own mo coach and wero on it, saw the men on horses suddenly emerge from tho cunsc wood which line the highway. Clinton was driving. Tho robbers ordered him to pull up his horses. Ho refused and tho highwaymen opened fire with revolvers. None of tjio shots took ofi'oet, but tho shooting resulted In compelling tho whip to bring tho horres to a stop. Insldo tho coach wero Mrs. J. A. Chamberlain, Mrs. Fred Webster, Mrs. James Fuller. Mrs. Hart ana Mrs. Ed. Johnson, all of Florida. While two of tho .highwaymen covered the Wls ner brothers with their revolvers, the third, using many threats, compelled tlid passengers t'o give up all their money and valuables. After tho robbery had bson com pleted tho robbers spurred their horsn-j nnd escaped. Jjitor it lo'eloned that thrco young not. disponed to treaC tlio" 'affair' as 'a joko. OFFICIAL LEAVING BIG DEFICIT Paymaster of Lisbon Tin Mill Said to be Short to the Extent of $6,000. (Staff Special.) Lisbon, Oct. 1. Lisbon was given a sonsatlon this morning when it was Jearned that Cyrus W. Prltchard, pay- master and tlrao-keeper at the tin mw had disappeared, leaving behind him unpaid, bllU estimated at ;about ?6,000. ' Prltchard vle'ft'!Liabon -Saturday . night but his shortcomings wero not made until this, morning, when, Lodge mh r1intv m.rk Mc- Nutt narr holds four promissory notea amounting to $1,237. No assets havo been' found to satisfy tho claims of the creditors. On Saturday ho waa dis charged from his position at the mill for tampering with the pay onvelopes. Prltchard Is said to have been living a fast life of late. OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS. "When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble, that I had suffered with for years," writes P. Muse, Durham, N. C, "Dr. King's New Llfo Pills saved my llfo and gavo perfect health." Best pills on earth and only 25c at tho Durbln & Wright Co. 's drug store. RAISEDJ3UTY Gorman Reichstags' Committee Adopts Augmentatlonson " Breadstuffs. (NowH-Democrnt Leased Wlro Service.) Berlin, Oct 1. Tho rolchtng's taritt committee today by a groat majority adopted th'o following augmentations to tho duties on breadstuffs: As a mlnumum tariff on wheat, six marks; ryo, barley, oats, 5 1-2 marks por hun dred kilograms. FORTY YEARS' TORTURE. To be relieved, from a torturing dis ease after 40 years' torture might well cause tho gratltudo of anyone That is what DeWitt's Wjtch Hazel Salvo did for 0. Haney, Geneva, O. Ho says: "DoWItt's Witch Hazel Salve cured mo of plies after I had suffered 40 years." Cures cuts, burns, wounds, skin dis eases, noware of counterfeits. Miiler'a drug storo, snanaioits' drug storo, Fisher's drug storo. "WATCH THE KIDNEYS." "Whon they aro affected, llfo Is in dangor," says Dr. Abernethy, the great English physician. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys. Sold by Rolh & Hug., , , ,,"It,wa8 .almost a.lrochv Burdock Wood Qlttora' cured, me of a terrible freaking, outfall overs' tho .body, I am yorygraieiuj,y y.vuga Jiiua, .iriipripgo.i vei voruwen, uya,ljl ...g Society Men Hold Stage Coach. ULUhlill u On Opponents and Passed Curative Act. A COMPLETE VICTORY Scored by the Franchise Forces In the House Tues day NlghtLlghtnlng Changes. Columbus, Oct. 1. Tho franchise forces made a sudden and unexpected attack on tho opposition in tho"'housc last evening .that brought with It com plete victory.. Tho curative act, ro granting to tho- Cincinnati Traction company Ha- fifty-year franchise, do clarod invalid by tho superior court of Cincinnati, was adopted by a vote of 65 to 34. Eight Democratic mem lioi s of tho house contrluuted with their votes to this result aa follows: Clyburn, of Highland, Collier, of Ash land, Holmes, Earhart of Richland, Gear of Wyandot, Gohrotto of Henry, Partington of Shelby, Sharp of Iafr fteld and Wells of Wayne. Nine Re publicans voted against the curative act a3 follows: Chapman of Mont gomery, Colo of Hancock, Hagcnbuch of Champaign, Hypes of Clark, Kim ball of Lake, Mauck of Lawrence, De muth of Lucas, Painter of Wood, and Willis of Hardin. Tho result was a. complete over throw for Painter and Cole, wno have led the opposition, and tho result -was a. unexpected by. .them as tho sud denness of tho attack. The lightning changes made by a. number"" of prom inent members of their views on cura tive acts In genoral and of this one In particular, and tho most frank and fanatic lobbying ever seen in the leg islature. Meanwhile the Republicans of tho senate forced the Nash uoard rttlo code through to Its passage by .1 strictly party voto and tho application of gag rule amid scenes fully as ex citing as those witnessed In tho houise. Democratic amendments offered when the final debate on tho code began were rapidly nnd ruthlessly annihilat ed by a succession of strict party votC3. Senators Decker, Royer, Her rlck, Thompson and othor members of the minority then led such a vig orous and raustlo attack on the Re publican position that to silence the thrusts they had poor success In par rying nnd returning on the floor, the majority used' its power to suppress fuithPr debate, And tho codo thai was to be tho result of a consideration strictly non-partisan went through without the sanction of a Democratic voto. But' to firing this VesiilC about, it wan neCo.sarto eliminate tho Judicial sections ."from tho code; as tneir pas sage required a two1 thirds vorei Tli;3 the Republicans did and. mo judicial sections will later Jjq passed, as a sep arate bill. A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W. Va., writes: "I have had kidney and bladder trouble for years, and It be came so bad that I was obliged to get up at least a dozen times a night I never received any permanent bonoflt from any medicine until I tried Foley's Kidney Cure. Aftor using two bottles, I am cured." Sold by Roth & Hug BOUGHT A TROTTER. Hon. John C. Welty has bought tho trotting mare Elyrolde, by Elyrla. dam by Mastorlode, from Thomas Kemp, of Canal Dover. The mare has a rec ord of 2:22 1- and will start at Min erva and Carrollton fairs. Allle Wal ters has had her in charge for somo time and is of tho opinion that shQ will develop Into a good horso. BURNED TO DEATH. Conneaut, O.,Sept..,30." Samantha Hugnboon, ased sixty-eight, was bum ed to death at her homo near Plerpont this county Sunday morning,, as a re sult of a fire occasioned by the care less use of hor pipe. It is thought that sho had been smoking in bed and dropped off to sleep with the plpo still burning. Tho houso in which she lived was saved. KILLED BY TRAIN. Toronto 0., Sept. 30. William Freshwater, Jr., of this place, whllo at tempting to board a freight train near Raccoon last night, was so badly hurt internally that ho died at midnight. Ho was a brother of David Fresh water, who mado the sensational sui cide from tho Point brldgo last sum mer. NOTHING ALARMING. Sharpo Wha strange sounds your wife is making! I'm afraid sho has n fit. Whoalton Don't bo alarmed. Sho is merely trying to scold her neigh bor whllo sho has hor mouth full of clothespins. Chicago Dally Nows. BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. Mi$, Mlrieryu. Smith, of Danville,, III., writes;. "I, had bronchitis for twenty, yeais and never gotrollef until I used Foley's Honey and Tar which is a I suro cure." Sold by Roth & Hug. Placed on McKlnley's Casket by Prominent Hungarians. A committed of prominent citizens of Cloveland wero In Canton Wodnesday to placo a wreath of flowers on tho casket of tho lato President William McKlnley. Tho party was composed of Louis Black, Louis Perczel.Dr. A. V. Fried, Judgo J. C. Bloch and Rev. Alex. Csutoros. Tho men wero all Influential In se curing the statuo of Louis Kossuth. which was rocently unveiled in Clove land. The party was received by Mrs. McKlnley nt tho McKlnley homo tills morning. They then drove to West lawn cemetery and wero admitted to tho tomb at tho request of Mrs. Mc Klnley. Before tho wreath was placed on tho bier several eulogies wero pro nounced, ,ono In Hungarian, and or In English. Tho party returned to Cloveland today,, , LMriFIT Underwriting Syndicate Gets Millions. S BIG SLICE Promoters Firm Get $2,000,' 000 Out of $10,000,000 Payment Made by Steel Company. New York, QcL 1. Tho ?2J)0,000,000 syndicate organized by J. P. Morgan to flnanco tho United States Steel cor poration yesterday received $10,000,000 which Is the fourth dividend of 5 per cent declared by tho syndlcato managers from the profits of the United .States. 'Steel clcal yvhlch. . Mr Morgan put through. Tho firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. re ceived $2,000,000 of the $10,000,000 paid. Under tho -terms of tho deal Mr. Mor gan's firm as .syndicate, managers re ceives 20 per cent of tho entiro profits of tho syndicate. Although tho syndlcato subscribed $200,000,000 to flnanco tho corporation, It was never required to pay more than $25,000,000. At tho end of tho eight months succeeding tho formation of tho corporation this $25,000,000 wu returned to the syndicate. Therefore, on an actual Investment of $25,000,001 tho syndlcato has thus far received $40,000,000. Its nets profits, it 13 esti mated, will be about $56,500,000. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any cano.of' Catarrh that cannot bo cured by. Hall's Catarrh Cure. , , F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo. O. We, tho undersigned', have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him. perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any ob ligations mado by their firm. West & Traux, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Walding, Klnnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and muoous serfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Prlco 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall's Family Pills are tho best. . NEGRO LYNCHED Memphis, Oct. 1. Walter Sullivan, a young negro, was lynch'ed this morn ing at Portland park, on the spot whero Saturday night ho shot D. J Roddy, a white man, for whipping his brother. Sullivan was captured yesterday at Wllmot. FARMER FOUND DEAD. Bollovue, O., Oct 1. Hormnn .Jack son, aged thirty-five and unmarrjen, a farmer living west of town, was found dead In tho lane leading to tho barn on his farm at 5 o'clock last evening. Ho was subject to eplloptlc fits, and it is supposed this was tne causo of death. HIS LIFE IN PERIL. "I Just seemed to have gone all to pieces," writes Alfred Boo, of Welfare, Tox., Hlllousncss and a lame back had made llfo a burden. I couldn't eat or sleop and felt almost too worn out to work whon I began to use Elec tric Bitters, but they worked wondors. Now I sleep Hko a top, can eat any thing, havo gained In strength and en joy hard work." They givo vigorous health and new llfo to weak, sickly, run-down people Try them. Only 50c at tho Durbln & Wright Co.'s drug store. DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Fall colds aro Uablo to hang ou all winter leaving tho seeds of pneumonia, bronchitis or consumption. Foleyla Honey andTar cure quickly and pro c.nts serious," results. , It Is' bid arid re liable, tried arid tested, safo and mi re. C6ntalns ho opiates and' will not con stipate. Sold by Roth & Hug. MORGAN Populace Took Sides With Him. STATE CONVENTION Of New York Democrats Is Slow In Getting Down to Buslnoss-'Agalnst Trusts. Saratoga, N. Y., Oct 1. For gov ernor, Bird S. Colcr of Kings; for lieu tenant governor, Charles 'N. Bulgor-ot Oswego;- for controller, C M. Preston of Ulster; fo socretary of state, Frank II. Mott of Chautauqua; for attorney genoral, John" Cunneen, Erie, for engi neer, Richard W. Herman of Oneida; for treasurer, D. J. VanAukcn of On tario; for Judgo court of appeals, John C. Gray of Now York. This was tho ticket promulgated last night from the headquarters of Sen ator Hill. It was the result of-a long conference of many of tho state lead ers, in which Senator Hill and Hugh McLaughlin took a leading part it was almost noon beforo tho dele gates began to movo towards tho con vention hall. William S. Devery was cheered as he walked into the seats among tho alternates, tho outburst, which lasted for many minutes, break ing every time ho rose to shako hands with a newcomer. The convention was called to order at 12:30 o'clock and John B. Stanch field, of Elmlra, tho temporary chair man, addressed the assemblage in part as follows: The death of President McKlnley was a national misfortune, deeply de plored and sincerely regretted by all classes and conditions of people. Wo assault tho administration that is carrying on the Bo-callea war In the Philippines upon tho ground that it does not declare a time when it will turn over tho Islands to their people, as we .did in the case of, Cuba. Owing, to Uio dominating Influence exercised by tho so-called trusts of the day, which have grown upon Repub lican soil, we find ourselves in a posi tion where the Democratic party cau take an affirmative, stand upon the one Issue that far surpasses all others In its relation to both the nation and the state. We wage no war upon those corporations engaged in legiti mate enterprise. 'Wo aro told we must await the next at'ious and weary process of effect ing a constitutional amendment If wo wero in power and could pass and enact Into law a provision removing tho tariff from all articles in which a monopoly had been created, who will bo so vonturesome as to assert, or who so credulous as to believe, tnat re lief would not bo at onco experienced T (When the ninth New York district was reached in tho roll call of dele gates and Goodwin's name was read there was a volley of hisses and In an Instant tho convention was In an up roar. Devery was all tho time on his feet, waving his hat and shouting for recognition. Amid tho greatest confusion Devery demanded that tho Goodwin delegates should not bq seated but tho chair an nounced that tho roll was approved and order was restored. After tho appointment of tho usual committees tho convention adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. Tho Devery contest with othors of a like nature will go before tho committee on contested seats for settlement AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIES. Look with horror on Skin Eruptions, Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They 'jou't have them, nor will any one, who uses Bucklen's Arnloa Salvo, it glorifies tho face. Eczema or Salt Rheum van ish before It It cures soro lips, chap ped hands, chilblains. Infallible for Piles. 25c at tho Durbln & Wright Co.'s drug storo. Times For Holding Cir cuit Court, A. D. 1903. State of Ohio, 1 1'lfth Judicial Circuit. It ,1s .ordered i tlmt Uietlmoqf.the bcBlnnlnz of tho lofms of tho Circuit Court of the sov era counties' In said circuit for tbo year 1103. bo llxcd as follows,.to-wlt: Fairfield county. on tho Cth day of January and tho 1st day of Sept. lllehluud county.on Uie 13th day of January and tho 8th day of Sept. Wayne county, on the 17th day of Fob'y and the 22nd day of Sept. Starlc county, on the 3rd day of March and ,the 2Uth Jay of Sept , , Knox county, on tho 31st day of Murch and tliuUthday of Oct. Ji!c.V ,nF?unty'.0Al J'10' 7th da? of April and the 13th day of Oct. Musklncura county, on tho 28th day of April and tho 0th day of Oct. Morimn county, on the 5th day of May and tbe 24th day of Nov. Ferry county, on the 12th day of May and tho 10th day of Nov. Ashland county, ou tho 19th day of May and tho 3rd day of Nov. Coshocton county, on tho 26th day of May and tho 27th day of Oct. Holmes county, on tbo 2nd day of June nnd tho 17th day of Nov. Tuscarawas county, on tho 9th day of Juno and tbo 1st day of Dec. Morrow county, on tho 23rd day of Juno and tho 8th day of Dec. Delaware county, on thuCOih day of Juno und tho 15th day of i;oc. Said terms to boslu at 9 .o'clock a. m.. Sep tember Wfi. 1902. I3U.A8 Marion Douglass,) ft. M. Vcoiuiccs, Judces. Maurice 11. Dokaiiuk, ) ThoStntoofOhlo. ) Fifth Judicial Circuit, J-ss: Stark County, J I. Jacob J. WIho, Clerk of tho Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit, within said county of Htark, certity tuat mo ron-ffolntr Is a truo copy of tbe written order flxlne the time of the commencement of each torm of the Cir cuit Court In each county in said Fifth Ju dicial Circuit for tho year W). Inwitness Wbtt-eof; I hereunto subscribe my name.Bnd u till the seal of Raid court this 30th day of SeptemberA. D. IfXH. 3-10-17 J ACOll J. WISE, CUrIc. I'M- ' uV.-.-r ..' ' V " ilSi&i