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Klitertnl nt tlio I'oitolllco In T.OtfntuOlilo, in
.Sucuutl Clans Mull Matter,
Thursday, June 28, 1906
riiMrobyjitiiiounco my namn Tor lliu nom-
liiullun of Iiillrmiiry Director of Hocking
County at tliu Domncrntlc primary election
Wi uiiiiituiiou till! linitio of .Hultfo (). W.
11. Wrlt'lit. of Hocking County, nt 11 ciiii
illilnto lioforu tliu Doinooriitlr convention
for (oiisrosmnii of tlio hluvenlh District
W. J. BRYAN
The Next President of the United States
(Murray City News.)
Saturdtiy evening the central
committee of ward township or
ganization, met in Murray City
and organized. The meeting was
well attended and great intliususm
was exhibited by all. The central
committeeman wus accompanied
in part by the executive commit
teeman and by an unanimous vote
C. A. Chatlield was chosen chair
man of both central and executive
committees and by an other unan
imous vote. Ode Donley, was
chosen sec.'y of both committees.
This makes Messrs Chatfield and
Donley chairman and Sec'y of the
township in connection with the
county organization also of the
central and executive committee
of the township organization.
A joint meeting of the central
and executive committee was fixed
for Friday evening June 29th,
The following executive commit
tee was selected;
Charles Kerr Coal presinot.
C. A. Chatfield, Murray.
Ode Donley, Jobs.
Frank Stepheson, Blatchford.
The following resolutions were
read and adopted unanimously.
Whereas, Hocking county has
been thrown into a state of turmoil
and chats by fationul differences
growing out of the atton.pts of a
few to control the many for person
al nngrandizement; whereas, our
county has been thrown buck into
the ranks of Democracy because
of false and uncrupulous leaders
in Logan assisted by unprincipled
followers in various precincts and ;
whereas, we believe in the voice of
the people, the principles of the
Itepublicun party and the promo
tion of the better interests of the
masses, therefore ;
. lie it resolved, that we the cen
tral committeo of Ward township
and of the Logan organization in
meeting ussembled, denounce
UoBhiam in every form and use our
best efforts to defeat it's every en
deavor to brow beat, hoodwink and
deceive the people. Koaolve that
we exclude from our organization
as much us possible the tools of
Hoases and do all that lies in our
power to further the interests of
tlio parly and thoso who are
worthy of out support. Resolve,
that we demand candidates for
comity office in proprotion to the
Republican votea we cast for same.
Resolve, that wo denounce in the
strongest terms, the attitude Sena
tor Charles Dick liastuken In Ohio
politics. Wo believe, that he has
acted without principle, Judge
ment or honesty In frying to builiV
up Rossism and oppose the will
mid wish of the people nt iurge,
We believe that he holds his
exalte J position through dirty
politics and we firmly believe, that
lie and his knavish subordent,
were the direct and indirect cause
of the defent of Gov. Horriek for
his second term.
Resolve, the we cooperate wllh
tlio Republican or the rest of the
county, who believe in the voico
of tlio people, but that" we retain
nt all times, our township organi
zation for the purpose of defend
ing nnd promoting our follow citiz
ens who have been sadly neglected
and ignored by Logan politicians
and their associates.
Resolve, thnt wo call our organ
ization "Tlio Wnrd Township Free
Republicans" and that wc tie our
selves to no faction or factions but
thnt wc render ourselves indlspen
sible to tlio county nnd thoso who
depend upon the voico of the peo
ple for 8UCCOP9.
Resolve, thut we indorse and
warmly conimond the administra
tion of President Roosovelt. We
believe, that lie is a Republican in
every particular and thnt he ranks
next to Lincoln in greatness and
ability and patriotism.
The question has arisen in the
county seat as to what kind of
Republicans wo arc in Ward.
We can tell it in the plainest
and most simple style, we nre Abe
Lincoln and Teddie Roojevclt Re
publicans, we are Republicans who
believe, that the party is greater
than any man in it, we nre Repub
licans who believe, that Rossism
belongs to a by gone nge. We nre
Republicans who cannot bo
whipped or threatened into line by
bulldozers, salve spreaders or hood
winkers. We are Republicans who
believe the nation is bigger than
the state of Ohio, who believe,
that Gen. Dick and his cohorts
ought to be kicket' out of the party
until they learn to adhere to the
principles of tiuthand houor. We
nre Republicans who are lined up
for Roosevelt and ready to pull
our coats in his defense but button
them up when Dick speaks.
Yes, we are Republicans from
the ground up yet we will not take
oft' our hats to the rogue or togues
who get between us and our party,
we will knock them out of the way
either one way or an other.
Stands on Guard.
The hour is nt hand when every j
Democrat, who is really convinced
of the eternal principles of Demo
cracy, must stand guard about
Not only must ho be vigilant to
raise cry of alarm when tlio foe as
sails from the outside, but he must
be ready to detect and resist the
far more deadly enemy, the trai
tor, who would betray from within.
Once more the people cry unto
William Jennings Bryan to lead
them out of the wilderness of
fraud and corruption into which
false guides have set thorn.
That call will be answered, if
tluj people are wise and true.
They must not only be faithful and
diligent themselves, but they must
bo ablo to know who else is faith
ful. They must not be deceived by
apparent zeal and vigorous pro
testation, They have been misled and be
trayed in the past und they will be
misled und betrayed again, if it is
within the power of craft to do so.
The call for tne nomination of
Bryan has become so general und
spantaneous, that some fellows al
ready realize it is not to be denied
by force, so they havo Joinod in it
and are trying to make it appear
they lead it.
Watch them, Thoy are not to bo
trusted. They are tho ones, who
discovered Parker und builded u
gold standard platform two years
ago. They mean to do a liko
thing in 1008.
Deraocrats, begin to thwart thorn
now. In their hands the party
machine is well nigh nllpowerful.
See that they are not possessed of
it for the future, Begin the work
of dispossessing them this very
year. Go to your primary meet
ings and see that only Bryan men,
staunch and true are placed ub deb
gates und committee. It is going
to bo u fight und wo have got to
win the skirmish posts, if we would
win the final battle. Tho Ports
Off to the Work House.
Orley Guess, the unluwful un
liitohor, reinovor, user, and turner
loose of other people's horses, loft
here yesterduy for a sojourn in the
pleasure resort popularly known
as tho Columbus Work-House.
Ho was attonded by Sheriff Wil
E8 JULY 4
Good Racing. Good Band
AT THE FAIR GROUND.
No Charge for Admission
Good racing, good band musio
nt the Hocking county fair
grounds. Everybody invitpd.
No gate receipts. Everything free.
A big, .funny time expected;
everybody come and see the mati
nee rnces composod of farmers
and city folks nnd their horses.
There will be about six races
composed of trotters nnd pneers
classified in their various classes
in which they belong. Also in
connection with the rncing pro
gram, there will be a renl mule
race under the the saddle in which
Secretnry Ruble nlready has three
entries and expects several more
mule entries by the Fourth, nnd
it is whispered around that Maud
may make an entry here in the
free for all mule event and you
know Mnud always cleans up in
the finish. "Hee Haw!" This
mule race will bo on the novelty
plan. All mules make a start
from a standstill under the wire
and are allowed to trot, pace or
run. The first mule arriving at
the quarter pole wins one prize
uiid there they join up again and
the last mule under the wire at
the finish wins the prize; so on 3
mule can really win two prizes
here in one race if he is both fast
enough and slow enough, and all
mules must be kept on the move
all the time, and if anybody thinks
they are slick enough to catch the
I -t i n n rl rvlra n ta nllmli 4-ll n oiin A-11
(b , .
11IIU JUUH.U It KUUWII 111 Willi;, bliojr
jnay have a chance. Tho club
committee lias arranged for a good
band for the Fourth; the band
will remain in town until noon,
then everybody will make haste
to the fair ground, where the
races will bo called promptly at
12:30. All persons or members
of the club are requested to make
their entries with the secretary of
the club, S. S. Ruble, ou or before
July 1st, so that classifying com
mittee may havo ample time to
classify all horses as near where
they belong as possible, Follow
ing are the rules adopted by the
DateB of race meeting are to be
announced at the preceding busi
ness meeting as made with secre
tary. All entries close at nine p. m.
four duy'B before each race meet
ing. An entry made by a club mem
ber is good for tho entire race son
son unless party making entry
fails to participate in three con
All horses shall finish races in
sumo cluss of rig they started it.
Hobbles are barred, (unless all
parties in races consent! or hobbles
to bo used on any horse competing
in same raco.)
Any member objecting to the
classification of hin hoiso nt any
meeting ns made by club commit
tee, shall be fined one dollar and
stand suspended until tho fine is
Tho classification committee
may make a mixed class of pacers
The Thing is Settled.
Tho Dkmoouat-Sentinkl, of Log
an, names William J, Bryan as the
next president of tho United Stutes
and prints tho ploturoof tho "Hoy
orator," Well, it is gratifying to
have tho thing settled, The Rop.
ublioun p-irty will have a ticken in
tho field for appearance sake ut
least. Athens Mepsongor,
On next Wednesduy evening,
July 4th, the Logan Oroheetra
will give u dance nt the Red Men's
Hall, All dancer? and their
friends are cordially Invited,
Dancing from 8 p. ju, to 12. The
full orchestra of nine pieces will
play and Mr. Harry Rose will be
By J. FRANK 1IANLY. Covcrnor of Indltna
CHE American people nro nt tho beginning of n gront revolu
tion. As yot thoro is IN A LITERAL SENS' no cull
to nrms. There nro no drum bents, no buglo blasts, no ser
ried ranks, no marching columns, no battlefields strown
with tho wounded and tho dead, 'but THE REVOLU
TION IS UPON US nnd about us as certainly as though all theso
wore present. Stupendous social, economic nilflpolitical changes aro
involved. Deeply imbedded in the very core and center of this revolu
tion, running liko a thread of gold through all its shifting scenes and
changing forms, aro certain FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF
HUMAN RIGHT and of human liberty, and unless wo in oiir dny
possess a willingness to seek for these and the wjsxlom to find them and
'the patriotism and the courage to proclaim them, to stand by them
and SAVE THEM WHEN POUND, the call to nrms, tho drum
beats, tho buglo calls, tho serried ranks, tho marching columns nnd the
battlefields will come to us as certainly ns in tho past they camo to our
Tho criminal aggressions of incorporated and aggrcgutod wealth
against tho individual must bo stayed by legal regulations and whole
some laws COURAGEOUSLY ENFORCED or history will repeat
itself, as it has in the past. We will no more bo exempt than other gen
erations have been. Progress mu3t and will be made.
tt n t
Human rights, the rights of tho individual citizen or tho rights of
the body of tho people are not safe whore government is administered
BY SPECIAL INTERESTS or through the corrupt or demoralizing
influence of organized wealth and greed. No despotism can bo more
absolute than tho DESPOTISM OF MONEY.
Thrift, wealth and aggregated capital are essential to the prosperity
of the people and the development of tho country. I wage no war
against theso or any of these.
BUT I DO WAGE WAR AGAIN8T THE THRIFT THAT GROWS
BY THEFT AND PECULATION, AGAINST THE ABUSE OF WEALTH,
AGAINST THE CORRUPT PRACTICES OF INCORPORATED CAPITAL
AND THE UNDUE AND UNHOLY INFLUENCES IT EXERCISES IN
THE ADMINISTRATION OF GOVERNMENT.
I do not look with pleasure either upon "muck" or the "muck
rakers," but either is better than tho "muck bed," '"and as long as the
''muck bed" remains I hope tho "muck raker" will continue to expose
it AND TO LAY IT BARE; that tho people may come to hate it,
to despise tho greed that feeds it and to forsake ovory man whose hands
aro soiled with pollution.
The Deadly IMonotony
: of Men's Attire
By HENRY HOLIDAY, Famous Engllth Artlit
GHE deadly gloom and monotony of men's dress one of the
scandals of the age is traceable to CLASS INEQUAL
ITY and the scramble for wealth. There was a time when
sumptuury laws regulated the dress of tho different classes,
but free men did not tolerate this, and thoro fee now no
longer any sharp distinctions between the dress of the different grades
John Stuart Mill declared that it was the chief aim of people to
get out of one rank of society INTO THE CLASS ABOVE IT,
nnd it follows, therefore, that each class endeavors to dress liko the
one above it.
Tho aristocrat wears r top hat, a black tubular coat and light stove
pipe trousers. Tho wealiay merchant or banker is compelled to dress
EXACTLY THE SAME.
To introduce tho smallest mark of individuality or to indicate by
one's dress one's calling in life would be to lose caste. There is a ridic
ulous understanding in society that a gentleman is n man who does
not earn his own living and it is therefore incumbent on every one
"in society" to wear a dress which looks as though its owner could not
do any work in it.
In tho same way tho larger trader copies tho merchant, and tho
smaller tradesman npos the man above him, AND SO ON RIGHT
DOWN THE SCALE, until oven the workingman turns out on Sun
days in the top hat, black coat and stovepipe-trousers.
If thoro were no classes no ono would bo afraid of losing caste, and
consequently every one would consult his own comfort and conven
ience in his dress.
WE CAN HOPE FOR NO RADICAL CHANGE IN OUR DRE88
UNTIL WE HAVE ALTERED OUR 80CIAL 8Y8TEM. SO LONG AS
THE GREED FOR PROFIT CONTINUES, 80 LONG WILL OUR DRE83
Vacations Are Coupons
On the Bonds of Industry
By MARCUS M, MARKS, Prtildent National Auoclatlon of Clothlerf
E havo no right to live
moans, NOT AN END. If a business man does not
early cultivate a taste for tho higher things in lifo he be
comes so absorbed in the game of business that later on lie
CANNOT bo happy without it. After he has a competence ho contin
ues in trade, liko tho squirrel going around tho wheel, for lack of
somothing better to do. Ho cannot enjoy leisure, though ho has fairly
Many an old merchant has told me with pride that ho "never took
a vacation in his life." I could not understand his pride, Vacations
uro tho coupons on tho bonds of industry that MATURE SEMI
ANNUALLY. Cut these coupons regularly, so that thoy in their turn
may bo vitalized and earn interest.
It may seem to some that Yucations aro a loss, an extravagance.
Quito tho contrary; thoy are ECONOMICALLY A PROFIT, As
a mun can in tho long run do better work in six days than in sovtn, so '
he can do better work in six months than in seven, Somo merchants j
havo tho conceit that thoy cannot bo spared. Let them go away, and '
thoir VANITY will receive a SHOCK. They will in most casos
discover that tho raachino will move smoothly without their presence.
IF A MAN'S IDEA OF HIS IND8PEN8ABlLITY 18 REALLY WELL
FOUNDED HIS BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IS A FAILURE,
only to do business. Business is a
Claims Export Trade of Packers Has
Been Badly Damaged.
ALL EUROPE URGING BOYCOTT
Asserts, However, th American Meat
Industry Can Not Be Destroyed by
Political Revolutionists and Sensa
tional Journalism Chicago Packer
Home From Europe,
Now York, Juno 27. J. Ogdcn Ar
mour, head of ono ot the largost Chi
cago packing houses, accompanied by
his wife and daughter Lolltu, who has
been under the care ot Profossor Lo-
renz In Vienna, arrived hore on the
Kronprlnz Wllhelni. With reference
to tho recent Investigation of the pack
ing houses and suggested legislation,
Mr. Armour said: "The packers will
welcome any good Inspection law and
any suggestion for Improvement. The
better tho law the hotter thoy will suit
the packers. All tho talk about dis
crediting the packing Industry of this
country was unnecessary and, above
nil, was untitle. The packet b have
tried to Improve their facilities and
make Improvements generally." Lolita,
tho 10-year-old daughter ot Mr. anil
Mrs. Armour, showed but slight traco
of lameness and looked ttio picture ot
Armour made public the following
statement regarding the recent pack
ing house oxposuies:
"On summing up what has been said
about the puckers and what has been
done to the packing industry, one nat
urally Inquires: 'What has become of
our boasted American fair play?' Ono
of the largi -t American industries has
been attacked, and attacked without
reason, In a way that has discredited
American jjoods of all kinds abroad.
All over Europe there is open agitation
for a boycott on Amorlcan products.
"The entire export trade of this
country has been badly damaged. To
estimate the total loss now would be
merely guesswork. It may run Into
the hundreds of millions. When Amer
ican Industries are slandered by per
sons who pretend to speak as Ameri
cans, It is to bo expected that foreign
competitors will take advantage of It.
"But the American meat industry
can not be destroyed by Socialist agi
tators, political revolutionists, stump
speakers, sensational journalism run
ning amuck. It has existed for 40
years. Its products have made their
way Into every quarter of the earth on
merit. They speak for themselves.
They are good today as they woro
yesterday. If they can be improved
they will be better tomorrow. Slander
may retnrd but can not stop trood mer
chandise from finding a market. Tho
Inspection now in force In all tha
larger packing houses makes the salo
of diseased meat from such houses
Five Thousand Dollars' Reward Of
fered For Information.
Pittsburg, June 27. Five thousand
dollars reward for information leading
to the finding of Michael Llebel, Sr., a
millionaire brewer ot Erie, Pa., was
announced In this city. Liebel left his
home on May 25 for Buffalo, from
which place he telegraphed his family
he was about to start for home. When
he did not arrive detectives were call
ed Into the case, but no trace of the
missing man has been found.
Prfrls, June 27. Finance Minister
Polncure Intioduced the budget in the
chamber of doputles, showing a con
siderable deficit In consequence ot iho
extraordinary military preparations
during the Moroccan ciisls, amounting,
to 150,000, and also ?30,000 owing to'
Increased expenditure lesulttng fioin
Internal reforms. Definite proposals
have not ypt been formulated, but the
minister suggested that in oidor to
meet, the first Indicated deficit a loan
would be necessary, and that as to the
other item, a rearrangement of taxa
tion would be necossury, compilsing
an Increase of HO per cent In tho suc
cession duty, an augmentation of the
duties on spirituous liquors and tho
transfer of real estate, and tho sup
pression of fraud iu tho manufacture
Disorders Among Troops.
St. Petersburg, June 27. Dispatches
from Vladikavkaz, Caucasia, report tho
outbreak of disorders among the troops
forming tho garrison there. Mutinous
artillerymou bombarded tho officers'
club, where a dance was la progress,
Wth stones and also fired some shots,
causing a panic among the dancors,
One woiuun was wounded. Delegates
from all the roglments participated In
a great popular meeting, whoro a res
olution wus alopted to tho effect that
In case ot an antl-Jowlsh outbreak,
which It was rumored was likely to oc
cur, the troops would defend the citi
zens against tho Black Hundreds, Mil
ltary dlsc'nllne at Vladikavkaz has
gone to the winds. Soldlora have open,
ly Insulted General Zuovuslskl, tho
commandant, in the streets.
Marshalttown, la., Juna 27, Robert
Sliowalter and Abbla Buumay, each 18
years old, were struck by lightning
sere. The girl was fatally Injured.
Showaltor'j recovry. iu doubtful, ..
Governor Harris to 8peak,
Hamilton, O., June 20. The pro
gram for the dedication of the Butler
county soldiers' monument July 4 has
beu auuounuud. There will be a civic
und military parado In tho morning
and Iu the afternoon Governor A, h.
Harris aud D. D. Woodmausee of Cin
cinnati will dellvor addresses, Aarou
ment to the people of Butler couuty
Wesca, Esq., will present the monu
ana Mayor William F Thomas will
iaako the speech of acceptance.
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Do you pin your hat to your
own hair? Can't do it?
Haven't enough hair? It must
be you do not know Aycr's
Hair Vigor ! Here's an intro
duction! May the acquaint
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Atao manuraoiurera hi
The Universal Can't
There was n city one time thut
hud a certnin amount of street
work to do, unci it was dono at u
largo expense. When tho author
ities were cited to tho enormous
figures attending that job, nnd
their lnck of economy criticised,
they protested with their eyes to
heaven und their hands on their
beating bosoms, that the work
could not be don for a cent leen.
It happened, however, that an
other city had exactly the samo
work, at a cost at not a quartor or
an eighth o that contracted in the
former city, und when this exam
ple was cited also, the authorities
only replied, "Well, wo couldn't
do It at no such prices, try no hard
us we might."
Tho country is full of such cases.
Cost is a widely diffusive matter
when it come to expense in corpor
ate or public affairs. It proceeds
upon rules and reasons that do not
prevail in private concerns "Why,"
said a person confronting an ac
counting officer who had disallowed
sundry items in his expense nc
count, "the great United States
isn't going to cut a man down to
any such shabby allowunce as
The officer returned : The great
United States is only great when
it does justice to the people, and
paying for nil this extravagance of
you is is not doing justice to the
people it is doing them an out
rage." So many people think it
is weakness to pay any uttention
to economy if tho public or the
stockholders hnvo to puy the bills.
There is so much of the "let her
go, Gallagher" spirit in public or
corporate expense, and the indif
ference is ulwuys backed up by a
"can't" a "can't" that has a
largo measure of incapacity or dis
honesty mixed up with it.
It is always a serious thing to
give out a big contract, not only
because of tho pickings along the
way, but because at the outset,
tho enterprise may exceed the
needs, und many domands connect
ed with it may be only feats of
tho imaginution. Stuto Journal.
to a very great extent. The
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whitest teeth turn yellow, and
the most luxuriant hair fall out,
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over you must use only the pur
est and best toilet helps poor
toilet preparations are worse
We can supply you with pure,
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of every description. We are
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for we inavt their Ingredients.
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The Rexall Druggist,
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lay he eeen
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unUeralxned bin beau appoll
elHiAUmlulatratrlx wlih tin i .
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