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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
PUIIt.lHIIHtl KVKIlt TIIUIIHUAY MOHNINtl,
Tlu Logan Printing and Publishing Co.
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flIfMfUi-ln UnllHtifi lllock, Mouth Door.
liutcrcil ill tlui I'oilnilli'o tn l,ogan,Ohlo, ns
Second OIiim Mull iMiitU'r.
Thursday, Sept. 20, 1906
'Hie Next President of the United States
White and the Ticket.
i.Mm rnv City News Hcpubllcnn.)
The Hocking Republican stated,
la's t week, that the county ticket
would le elected if the people did
not sueriitce thb ticket to pull even
with smother man.
Tin- other man is John F. White
and if the Republican suspects,
tlmt three good men are likely to
he cut down and thrown out be-
I'ain' of White why does'nt the
Republican join the rest of the
Republican papers of the county
and the people in denouncing
White ninl putting him out of
politics? Just as sure as day
follows night and night follows
day, the ticket will lack consider
able support because of White.
White i. loosing votes for Doug
las, tor Jn'jnston for the couuty
ticket and friends for the Repub
lican party. The people believe
our ticket is a good one from
Douglas down and want to support
it but one man, a single man, a
mere man who by the drift of af
fairs by the corruption of commit
tees, blood "tickers and unscrupu
lous politicians, has placed him
self in the way and says by his
attitude if not in words, if you
elect, you strengthen me! lie is
like the old fellow on Sinbad's
back, he is there and means to
stay there until he is knocked off
or deceived in to abondoning his
It' Whito is put off all commit
tees and thrown out of the way,
on or before Oetober first, the Re
publican ticket is elected.
If Whito is Put Out-
Miirin City N'ows Kepubllcnns.)
We aie in receipt of the following
letter signed by one of the leading
Republicans of Ward township
and which will bo made stronger
later on iii an accompaning note
Orbiston, Ohio, Sept. 11th, 1000.
Brother Cliutfield, Murray, Ohio
The time to decide between
Democrats and Republicans is near
at I) inula ml as yet there is nothing
done toward securing harmony in
the Republican ranks. I have been
oyer tio township considerable of
lute) and find, that the Republicans
of Ward are willing to elect the
ticket providing John White is
kiekod out of the way, I never
voted a Democratic ticket in my
life, not even last fall but if White
is permitted to stand in the way,
1 will Yota the Democratic for the
I know 67 other in Waid town
ship who have told me personally,
(hat thuyarw in tjte same boat and
I lnlmvy there, are hundreds feeling
the same way who have not told
1 think Mr( Editor, that the
Hi.ckmy Republican is an enemy
to the Republican party when it
upiiolds Whits and trys to cover
up his evil influence. I can tell
you noyv, (he Republican is making
more DeuiftoruU than uny Demo
rat pupax in the comity.
If any one know how the party
oau vomit nil John White we
woul J uli bs ld to hear the plan
through the Nuw
An Old Subscriber, j
(Murray CltyNown Kenubllenn.)
The Republican S$tnto Conven
tion lit Daytoif, has boon the edi
tor of attraction this wook.
Senator Koraker made u miming
spoecli Tuesday, ousting epithets
at Roosovolt and defying the peo
ple in the execution committee and
UosbIhiu and thereby infixed Mgaln
into the campaign.
Kx-Gov. Herrlck was chosen
temporary chairman and endeav
ored to bring about a good feeling
and looked well to the rights and
honor of our president. Hcrrick
was once a victim of Dick and
other Bosses and feels koenly his
turn down. Congressman Burton
stood for the vico and rights of
the people agninst Fornkor'B de
fiance of the president and the
groat multitudo of Ohio voters.
The convention was in the hands
of the machino controlled in most
respects. The convention sounds
the key note for the campaign and
if the signs are not deceiving, the
Republican mujority will be great
ly reduced this fall again. Many
enthusastics endorsed Foraker for
President in 1A08, and hie bold
speech against Roospvelt and the
general policy of the nation Re
publicans, rnado him a hero among
the wire pulling politicians of the
Galaxy of Real Democrats.
If the Democrnts of Ohio could
succeed in electing the major part
of their congressional ticket in the
state what a delegation thero will
be in Washington! John C. Welty
of Canton, would be one of them-
Judge O. W. H. Wright, of Logan,
would be another, and from Wil-
laington would come a member of
the celebrated Denver family.
From Franklin would appear that
genuine Democratic fighter, Col,
W. A. Taylor, and so on all
through the state the highest and
most chivalrous types of both the
new and the old Domocracy would
go forth girt with the armor of
truth to adyocate the time-honored
principles of the party Town
An. Honest Man.
Anent the criticism in Republi
can papers of the advocacy of gov
ernment ownership of railroads by
William Jennings Bryan it is
pleasing to note that the sincerity
and honesty of Mr. Bryan is not
questioned. Thus we have the
Columbus Journal, probably the
ablest, Republican paper in the
State, saying of Mr. Bryan :
Whatever may be said of Mr.
Bryan's political opinions, thero is
one thing to be said in his favor,
and that is he utters them bravely
and unselfishly. In a recent in
terview with a friend, reported in
last week's Independent, lie said:
But, in addition to this, if 1
think of how my actions are going
to aifect my chances of election to
oflice, or even the party's chances
of success, I lose my liberty. I
don't know that the presidency
will ever be my proper place. I
do know that the advocacy of
what I consider right is alwuys
my proper place. So I have put
the question of election to oflice
out of mind, and claim for mysolf
my liberty of advocating the ideas
which I think right.
There is a noble spirit in this
utterance to say the thing that
one bolieyes to be true, and leave
it to the logic of events; for if it
is true it will stand the test and
abide. It may be defeated for the
time, EnemieB may hawk at it and
spit upon it all right; let it take
its course. Lot it quietly work its
way. All this belongs to God's
dealing with the world. What is
said unselfishly and sincerely
needs no oflice, no position to back
And so, with all men, If they
say what they feel to he the truth,
without truckling, without asking
what is there in it for me, without
the semblance of a selfish wish,
but all for the cause of right and
truth, and the good of men, how
noble would bo our religion, our
politics and our social attitude,
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July 19, W, 1-yr.
By C. W. FAIRBANKS,
Vie Preldint of the
HE negro who becomes
thoroby will soon largely overcome Urn traditional prejudice-
which exists against his color. It is not only u good
thing to have liberty, but it is essential that eucli and all
should 3CNTOW HOW TO ENJOY" IT.
We should learn, first, that liborty is not license. Wo should
respect tho rights of others whilo insisting upon our own. If wo tiro
obedient to the law, if we are onnmored of education, if we practice
those virtues which arc the basis of TIIUE SOCIAL PROGRESS;
if wc are helpful to our neighbors, we can win respect and break down
tho barriers if there is prejudice against us.
It is not necessary for men to tear down others in order that they
may succeed. Weak men are thoso who take no thought of thoir fel
lows in tho struggle of life and seek to pull them down in order that
they may rise. Such 'men there arc, and nil too many. BUT FOR
TUNATELY THEY ARE IN TILE MINORITY.
H K K
Most people are willing to proceed upon the old fashioned principle
of live and let live. Whilo helping themselves, they are willing gener
ously to aid others WHO ARE DESERVING-. Each one should
feel that ho owes something to the people among whom ho lives and
that debt ho can pay by making himself an orderly, intelligent and in
dustrious member of the community.
HELP OTHERS AND OTHERS WILL HELP YOU. You
will get out of tho world what you put into it and nothing more. If
you make no contribution to the welfare of others you will have little
coming to yourself.
To advance we must educate. There is nothing more important
to learn than the fact that education is THE BASIS OE ALL
PROGRESS in this country. It is essential not only to educate the
head, but it is necessary to educate tho heart and the hand as well.
You must havo education which is practical in its effect, which enables
you to take hold of tho common, EVERYDAY AFFAIRS of life
and make yourself a useful citizen.
Education is not for the purpose of enabling you to get along with
out work, but to make your work count for the most. There is a vast
amount of manual labor to be done. Do not get the perverted idea
that manual work is degrading. Always be ready to perforin your
FULL SHARE of it.
Most of us, both white and colored, know what it is by our actual
experience. Wo do not have less respect or have less the respect of
others because we have engaged in it. On the contrary, we have more
self respect and a greater measure of the respect of othera because we
have been willing to put our hands to the tasks about us and to MAKE
OURSELVES USEFUL, helpful members of tho community.
Work ! Work ! This is the keynoto of success. r
t K K
It is one of the CONDITIONS of our existence. It is one of tho
good providences we enjoy in this world. The man who works with
his hands, all other things being equal, is as good as the man who works
with his head. He is making his contribution to society in an HON
ORABLE way. Each is necessary in our social and material progress.
A BROAD OPPORTUNITY LIES BEFORE THE COLORED RACE.
WHAT IT WILL BECOME WILL DEPEND UPON WHAT IT DOES. IN
THE FINAL ANALY8IS PEOPLE ADVANCE ONLY BY VIRTUE OF
THEIR OWN EFFORT.
The Simplified Spelling!
By Profcuor BRANDER MATTHEWS
CHE adhesion of the foremost linguistic authorities of both
branches of the English speaking race- ought to bo reassuring
to those who have dreaded that the recommendations of tho
simplified spelling board might work harm to our tongue
and etymology. It serves to show that thoso who KNOW MOST
about English spelling believe it ought to bo improved.
Sooner or later what wo propose to do is bound to go through. All
thinking people already realize that, and nothing better could have
happened for our movement than to have the president stand on a
hilltop and blow a vigorous blast for ns. What wo want to do is to
nrouso THE INTEREST OF PEOPLE and mako them look into
what wo are really proposing, and the president's action will do that as
nothing else could.
Tho president's order come as un entiro surpriso to mo. I am sure
that I did not even send him any of the documents published by tho
board and did not have any idea that ho was interested in tho subjert
oven until a request for our list of recommontlcd spellings was received
from Secretary Loeb.
Tho next I knew wa9 the announcement of tho order in the papers.
I am very glad to find that tho president wtuj more interested in our
efforts than I supposed, and I feel stiro that his indorsement will bo of
the greatest possible benefit to the simplified spelling movement.
Tho opponents of the movement havo snid that many profossors of
colleges and universities havo not indorsed it, I have started to sift
down this statement.
SO FAR I HAVE EXAMINED OUR "ADHE8ION LIST" AND HAVE
FOUND THAT IN THREE STATES SEVENTY'THnEE PR0FE88ORS
HAVE ANNOUNCED THEIR WILLINGNESS TO U8E THE SIMPLIFIED
IR CHARLES TUPPER
and may somo day yet rise
imperialism as absolutely
drifting OUT OF THE MAIN CURRENT into tho eddy.
Cecil Rhodes did so after carof ul study of tho problem und proved his
race imperialism by bequests embracing the raco.
It does not take much study to boo that Amoriea iu 1910 is to con
tain double the number Britain is of English speaking people, MEM
BERS OF OUR RACE, and a third mbro than all tho world
beyond her borders, Britain included, nor to Beo that nt the present rata
of increase; she will soon havo moro than double the number in all tho
IT IS, THIRKFO' MEMBERSHIP WITH BOT-1 CANADA AND
AMERICA FOR THE MCVEREO MOTHER OF THE RACE WE RACE
IMPERIALISTS SHALL .CONTINUE TO PREAM OF AND LABOR. FOB,
a good citizen in, nil tlutt is implied
looks across tho Atlantic, as I do,
from British imperialism up to raco
necessary to gave his country from
Children; all the latest styles and novelties of
the season. Largest line of Top and Rain
Coats ever shown in Logan : : : :
Call and See Them
Washington Twp. Deborah A.
Trimmer etal to Thomas D. Trim
mer; 170 acres in the e. 4r of Sec.
Clarion Twp. Nathan Conrad
and wife to George "V. Houston ;
120 acres in Section 33. $110.
Fulls Twp. William F. Walker
and wifo to George E. Walker and
wife; the west half of the n. w.
of Section 8, also Fractional Lot 3
or Section 8, containing-124 nores.
lienton Twp. John W. Toole
and wife to Mary F. Flutter; 42
acres in tho s. e. 4 of Section 17.
$1.00 and other considerations.
Falls Twp. Emma and Anna
Blosser to John S. Buchanan: 4 a.
in the n. e. of Section 22. $200.
Murray City. Anna and Charles
Danim to William A. Sunt; part
hf Lot 05, Columbus k Hocking
Coal ib Iron Go's Addition. $1.00.
Murray City. William A Sunt
to Enoch Nicholas; part of Lot 05
C. & H. Coal & Iron Go's Addi
tion Assignment in trust for cred
itors. Laurolville, Cyrus Karshner
and wife to Fred Harmon and wilo
Lot 3, Contury addition. $750.
Marion Twp. Mnlinda Nuiio
inakor ot nl to William II. and
Huth Nunemakor; 80 acres in
Soc.tion 27. $2200.
Logan. William II. Nunemakor
and wifo to Maliuda Nunemakor;
Lot 855. $1700.
Falls Twp. Jennie and J. II.
James to Warren Gugo; part of
Lot 4, Section 11, uttaohod terri
tory to tho Village of Logan, con
taining 1050 square feet. $55.00.
South Perry. Tooumsoh Floyd
and wifo to Isaac and Anna Foust
30i foot oil of tho east sido of
Fractional Lot 30. $150.
Miss Eva Nail left on Monday
to take up hor studies in art at
Ohio State University.
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(Ohio Stato Journnl Kopuhllcan.)
There is probably not a man
who figured in tho opposition to
tho machine control of the Repub
lican party at Dayton who feels
that his work was in vain, though
the umchino won. It was simply
u stand made for manhood ideals
in politics. It was a protest
against a United Stntes senator
using hie power, through party
machinery, to build up a political
autocracy in this state, of which
he should be the head.
That protest was a magnificent
demonstration for n beginning. It
curried one-third of the delegates
on a Htrnight ballot, and really a
majority of Litem when it came to
individual expression. Many of
these delegates, who could be
named, declared before and dur
ing tho convention that Mr, Dick's
chuirinansjiip would be an injury
to tho Republican party, and yet
who voted for him in convention
through tho sheer force of ma
chine methods. It is very myster
ious, and yet it was so.
Acknowledging the wrongness
or tlmir notion in tho abstract,
they yet hold on to the vague idea
of a duty to the wrong, in the
name of practical politics, Hero
is tho very reason why the ma
chine must go because it cfuslies
a man's true Hoiitinumts and ideals
and gently force-) him to do the
will of one man. The secret of
that mini's sway is tho power ho
has to seizii tho fruitH of party
success und distribute them among
his friendH. Men who enjoy thoso
fruits in any way, or have a hope
or promiso of some, stand by him
that is, tho machine, whose mo
tive power is not principle.
Now, the fight ngah:nt this po
litical condition was in the name
of a manly, sincero, Inspiring poli
tics. That i all tho issue thero
was, It is of a sort that, in thoso
days of progross, educatioa and
independent voting cunnot die.
Tho old war problems that nntui
ally divided the pooplo into two
pnlitiaal enmps no longor rouiuln.
People are thinking their way into
political poHiliotiH, and when peo
ple get to thinking thoy nro very
apt to think cbnyo tho level of
Ot Interest To Many
Foley's Kidney Quro will ,cure
any oase Of kidney or .bladder
trouble that is not beyond tho
reach of luedlolno, N,o' medicine
on do more. Bort & Co,
Mr, Ed. Uoker left on Tuesday
for his home in Missouri, after
visiting reJutivcB here and in other
Ohio towns for six weeks,
Natlcu lulioraliv- l-Kvii Unit tho follnwlnu
AiMjoiintH und Vouchor liuvuLoun filed In
thu I'roUiniUoUTtor HgoulnK County, Ohio,
for llret onU ftmtl tvttlemolic Viotorlit
l'hollxi AUmlnlWrittrlx, with tho wilt mi
ijoifcd, of iho i:tnto of Jt'tw ii. a. Nuttur
(teceuted, milt the siimo will coma on for
btmrlue on tho 13 day of October A. J IWd
Ot 10 o'clock a, M ,or ussoou thereof tor u
tk)ju. -V, -vv ProV'ulo JuUo
Watch Our Window
Granville Potter and Echo N.
Koon, both of Murray City.
John McLaughlin and Carrie
Price, both of Logan.
James Wiliiam Shirkey, of
Feightnor, Rosa county, and Ida
May Danner, Salt Creek Twp.
Adolph R. Uenke, of Athens,
and Frieda Frnzee, Murray City.
Mellie Summers, Gore, and
Dobio Nixon, Oreville.
Relief ns a blind person was
granted, September 13, to George
Lindsay, of Goodhopo Township,
The second and final account of
John E. Canty, Administratrix of
tho estate of J. J. Snider, was
heard and approved, September 14.
The first partial account of O.
W. H. Wright, assignee of Chas.
K. Roctonwald, was heard Septem
ber 17. Notice to creditors was
ordered that claims will bo paid at
the office of the assignee on and
after September 29, 1000, at 1:00
p. m., at tho rate of twenty cents
on the dollar.
Application for appointment as
administrator of the estate of
Elizabeth Frnnoisco, lato of Falls
Township, was made by M. C,
Franc'sco, SeptembarlS. Bond of
$100 was ordered, same filed and
approved, and letters isaued.
Affidavit to commit Arthur
Clary, of Falls Township, to the '
Athens Stuto Hospital, wa3 filed
September 14, by Catharine Clary.
On hearing tho same day, commit
ment wns ordered.
Application for the appointment
of a guardian for Mary Ellen
Myer, alleged imbecile, was made
by Ellen Smith, September 13. On
hearing, September 17, party was
adjudged on imbecile, and a guard
ian was ordorod to be appointed
on filing of bond,
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