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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO. OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1012.
ALL ENTERED "
Candidates For Delegates in Oliio
BIND THEMSELVES IN WRITING
Brought Out by Roosevelt Clubs and
Organizations In the Various Coun
ties of the State Predicted That
Ohio Will Follow In the Wake of
the Great States of Pennsylvania
Illinois, Nebraska and Oregon.
BY ALLEN E. BEACH.
Columbus, O., April 23. (Special.)
Roosevelt candidates for delegates
to the Chicago convention have been
entered In every congressional dis
trict In Ohio. With them have been
entered Itoosevelt candidates for nl
tcrnates to the national convention
Rnd Itoosevelt candidates for presi
dential electors, the delegates and al
ternates to represent the majority of
the Republicans In carh of the 2t
districts In Joining In the nomination
of Theodore Itoosoelt at Chicago, the
electors to register at Washington
the vote of Ohio for Itoosevelt In No
vember. Each of the Itoosevelt primary can
didates has been qunlllled by petitions
duly signed by Itoosevelt Republicans.
Each of the candidates for Roosevelt
delegates has pledged himself In
writing to vote for Roosevelt. Every
man In the list is o'mnn of honor.
He will keep his promise. The one
way permitted to Republican voters
in this state to expiess their wish
that Roosevelt be nominated Is to
vote Jlay 21 for the Roosevelt can
didates for delegates In each congres
They have been brought out by
Itooseelt clubs and organisations In
the various counties In 10 of the 21
districts. Leaders In the Roosevelt
movement made no organization In
the First nnd Second districts (Ham
ilton county), in deference to the re
quest cf Colonel Roosevelt not to en
courage opposition to President Taft
at his home. Cincinnati. They even
positively dlsrouraged It. but local ad
mirers of Hnnsoxelt Insisted on filing
names of candidates. The entries for
delegates In the 21 dlstilcts are:
First Z T. ncMnr. Cincinnati: A.
O. Zwlck, Cincinnati.
Second Otto II G. I.Ippert, West
wood; John 0. Rcrd, Elmwood I'laco
First and Second districts (Cincin
nati!. Third Ex-Mavor Abe Rnthwell,
Hamilton; Charles W. Folkerth, Pay
ton Fourth Carl D. Jones, Greenville;
Dr. J. C. Pence, Lima.
Fifth Allen Rybce, Paulding; Frank
Carlo, Detlance. $
Sixth Judge R. .1. Shawhan, Leb
anon: W. II. IJaum, Ratavln.
Seventh Dr. J. W. Means, Troy:
Isaac K. Funderburgh, New Carlisle.
Eighth- Norman L. Marlach'an,
FIndlay; Lewis Slack, Delaware.
Ninth George E. Hardy, Toledo;
Carl D. Finch. Rowling Green.
Tenth Phil M. Strelch. Ports
mouth; Sherman Eagle, Galllpolls.
Eleventh Henry Zentier, AthenR;
James Thomas, Logan
Twelfth Karl T. Webber, Colum
bus; King G. Thompson, Columbus.
Thirteenth Thomas P. Dewey,
Clyde; Karl J. Gugler. Gallon.
Fourteenth Arthur L. Gnrlord, Lo
rain: H. G. Hammond, Mt. Vernon.
Fifteenth David L. Mellck, Rose
vllle: Arthur C. Smith. Ryesvlllo.
SixteenthCook Danford, Rellalro;
Emmfttt E. Ersklne;. Steubenvillo.
I Seventeenth Jude Enos S. Son
ars, New Philadelphia; Andrew S.
Eighteenth -Dr. Harry A. March.
Canton. Etnll Anderson. Voungstown.
Nineteenth Edwin Seedhouse, Ak
ron; W. J. IJpckley, Pnvonna.
Twentieth Josph II. Spddy, Cleve
land; Arthi r D. Aylard, Medina.
Twcnty-frst J. W. Conger, Cleve
land; John J Sullivan, Cleveland.
Expectation of the election of a
solid Roosfelt delegation from Ohio
has mounted lileh, following Roose
velt's swep of Pennsylvania, Illi
nois, Nebranka and Oregon In direct
primaries In which the voters had
freedom to express without hindrance
their picsldentlal preference. The
Illinois result, a two to one victory
for Roosevelt, the official vote being:
Roosevelt, 260.011 : Taft, 128.1501; La
Follette, 43,317, sent Roosevolt stock
The Pennsylvania result, totally
unexpected, for Senator Hols Pen
rose, Mate boss and Taft leader, had
boasted Roosovelt would have less
than a dozen delegates, was the eleo- ,
tlon cf C7 pledged Itoosevelt dele
gates and 9 unlnstructed delegates.
That lesult was a stunning blow to
the Taft cause.
Its effect on the Taft candidacy
was admitted to bo "deplorable" by
Senator Ciane of Massachusetts as
he left the White House after a talk
about It with the president. From
the silent Crane that meant as much
as the admissions of other Taft lead
ers that the president's renomlnatlon
had beoome wholly Improbable.
Last week Roosevelt swept Ne
braska and Oregon in presidential
preference primaries, in Nebraska
beating Taft 3 to 1 an polling a may
Jorlty of 10,000 over Tnft and LaFol
lette combined. In Oregon, Roose
velt's majority over Taft and LaFol
lotto ' more than 5.C00.
Its effect on the candidacy of Col
onel Roosevelt was to foreshadow
his nomination at Chicago. Its cftect
was even greater than that. It foio
shadowed his election in November.
The Inception of the Roosevelt
movement was the belief of many
Republicans that Tnft could not bo
reelected; that he hod no grnsp on
the country, which was out of sym
pathy with him, and looked askanco
on hta close association with and
support by reactionaries. The pre
convention campaign stiengthencd
that notion to the point of continua
tion In the public mind. Roosevelt's
candidacy provoked a storm of op
position voiced by high-brow editors,
who elmiged him with everything
from Insanity to high treason. Taft
8iipporiers said Roosevelt could no
more bo elected than could Taft.
Postmnster-made delegates in the
south and mnchlne-madc delegates in
the nor'h were stacked up and point
ed to as an nntl-Rooseelt expres
sion of party sentiment.
Then enmo genuine expression
with the voting in Illinois and Penn
sylvania. All the power of organized
politics, the Republican state ma
chines, was against Roosevelt. So
was the press, the notable exceptions
being one paper In Chicago, one In
Philadelphia and one In Pittsburg.
The newspapers had voiced every
possible attack on Roosevolt. Every
Imaginable objection to him as again
president hnd been Impressed on the
Republican voters of Illinois nnd
Pennsylvania. Yet they voted they
wanted him nnd him only.
They voted that sentiment by the
thousands. They voted it overwhelm
ingly. Roosevelt rode out the storm
his candidacy had provoked. Ho
would face no greater storm as the
nominee of the Chicago convention
In the national campaign. Roosevelt
can be elected.
Said the Philadelphia Press, a
ntong Tnft paper: "The people rule
this country when they choose to do
so. That they want leaders whom
they can trust Is the lesson of Sat
urday's primaries In Pennsylvania."
In legal, safeguarded primaries in
four states. Noith D.ikotn, Wisconsin,
Illinois, Pennsylvania, Nebraska and
Oiegon, Taft was In head-on collision
with public opinion. The Republicans
of those heavily Republican states
elected a total of lfifi delegates to the
Chicago convention. Of ths number
Piesldent Taft audited but 11, the
ratio against him being more than 17
How Hoosovelt nppenls to people
ovciywhorc, significant, too, of the
attitude of wage-workoiB In Ohio, Is
the declaration of the Union Reporter
of Canton, olllclal organ of the Ohio
Federation of Labor locals In three
"The fact that every boss nnd ma
chine pollt'clun Is against the candi
dacy of Theodore Roosevelt Is In It
self n siifllcleut gunranteo that he
wll, in case of nomination nnd olec
flun, stand for the rights of the peo
plo. It Is the strongest proof that
Colonel Roosovelt Is considered dan
Keious to the bosses, who fear the
loss of power and revenues.
"Hut the masses, who find them
selves more nnd more oppressed and
in need of ;,rotecton, know thnt The
odoro Rocsovclt will be fighting their
catine and that Is the reason Illinois
gave such a tremendous mnjority for
the colonel, and that will be the rea
son other states, unhnmpered by pol
iticians nnd ofllcoholdeis, will show
their preferences In thto jmme way."
Fiom Washington comes the news
that Senator Burton was amazed and
shocked nt the overwhelming defeat
of Taft in Pennsylvania, whore ho
spoke, and may stay out of the Tnft
campaign in Ohio, which he was ex
pected to lend. Tho four Ohio con
gressmen who had declared for Tnft
also are reported to be porturbed,
foreseeing now a Roosevelt swoop in
Ohio. Tho Pennsylvania verdict fol
lowed a conference nt which the Ohio
colony of ofllcholders In Washing
ton had decided to hnvo the Ohio
state convention, which thoj sup
posed they would control, explicitly
condemn Roosovelt by resolution.
In his speech as temporary chair
man of tho convention Senntor Bur
ton was delegated to pave the way
for ofllclally reading Roosovelt out
of the party by resolution of tho con
vention. In the panic caused by tho
nows from Pennsylvania the con
ferees overlooked making any change
In 'this program, which Is still tho
official Taft one.
In continued offoit to make in
volved and cumbcrsomo tho expres
sion of the voters' wishes, county
committees undor Taft guidance have
called county conventions to select
delegates to tho state convention.
Approximately two-thirds of tho
counties will choose state delegates
by convention and one-third by di
rect primary. In some counties the
Taft organizations havo endeavored
to make It dlfllcult for the Roosevolt
voters to get action by providing for
an unusually largo county conven
tion. In Hancock county tho appor
tionment was fixed at ono dolegate
for each 10 votes for Harding, mak
ing a convention of 365 delegates,
over one-third tho size of tho stnto
convention, nnd Incidentally making
It necessary for opponents of the
Taft organization to circulate peti
tions for 3C5 delegnles.
,Aro you going to try some alfalfa
this season? Send to the state ex
periment station and got free bulle
tins giving Information about tho
falsing of this crop. It Is one of the
best forage crops we have la this
It's the cotrtlition of the
KY13, not the ae of the
person, which determines
whether glasses arc needed
or not. Thousands of peo
ple wear glasses because
they need them.
WEAK EYES SHOULD BE ASSISTED
Glasses will do it if they are
the right kind.
We supply that kind.
Dr. G. F. Faris,
The Eyesight Specialist,
Olllce 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.
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Dapt. 8, No. 1 1 33 E. 63d St., Chicago, IKs.
Hostess (at the conclusion of a Sat
uiday nlghtgamo of bridge) Oh, dear,
colonel 1 I hope you don't mind ; It's
10 minutes past 12 o'clock. Sunday
morning, In fact I
Colonel (a strict Sabbatarian) Not
really I Hoar, dear! Still, as a matter
of fact, I was dummy during the last
10 minutes Punch.
Dinks Do you think thoy are as
many lovesick young men as there
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Gink Sure. They are still putting
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April 22, 1012.
Tho Friends quarterly meetinir will
bo hold at New Vienna next Satuday.
Mioses Josle and Belle Troth spent
Saturday night with their aunt, Mis
Oscar Keolor, at Carmel.
Mrs. Horner and Mrs. Allle Howe
and daughter, Helon, spent Sunday at
Monroe at the homo of Wm. Tomp
kins. Frank Wright and wife were guests
at tho homo of John Crlsman Sunday.
Wm. Davidson and family wore
guests of Charles Spenco Sunday.
VV. E. Chrlsman and wife and threo'
sons spent Thursday and Friday with
their daughter, Mrs. Win.Ludwlck, at
Mrs. Charley Po3t was called to
Kalnsboro Friday morning by the
serious Illness of her father, Mr. Webb
Wm. Tompkins, of Monroe, spent a
part of last week with Win. Howe and
Miss Grace Chrlsman attended the
Patterson examination at Hillsboro
Hay Washburn and wife gave a par
ty last Saturday night for. about thirty
five of their friends. Refreshments
wore served. All report a line time.
W. W. Wolfe and J S. Lovett called
on Samuel Wolfe, of Dallas, Sunday
Mrs. Emma Bussey purchased sever
al settings of tine duck eggs from Mrs.
Allle Rowe last week.
Vernon Hamilton visited his uncle,
Ed Hammond, at North Union, Sun
April 22, 11112.
Our school will close next Friday
with a free exhibition In the after
noon and night. Everyone Is cordially
Homer Emery will leave today for
Lebanon, where ho will go to high
Leslie Pen well has purchased a new
rubber tire buggy.
Miss Essel Vance spent Wednesday
with her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Harris.
W. P. Fender and wife spent Sunday
with II. L. Miller and wife.
Mrs. George Easter spent Saturday
Miss Edna Fender spent last Thurs
day with her grandparents, Mose
Vance and wife
Joe Strain and wife spent last Mon
day with the latter's brother, George
Vance, of Prairie Valley.
Lewis Emery and family spent Sun
day with the former's parents, John
Emery and wife.
Mose Vance and wife and daughter,
Essel, Frank Emery and family and
William Tico and family spent Sunday
with Charles Fender and family.
George Easter and Howard Miller
were business visitors in Hillsboro
Joe Strain and wife spent Sunday
with the latter's parents, Tom Vance
and wife, of Prairie Valley.
Mrs. Lucy Fonder called on Mrs.
Mary Emery last Monday morning.
Miss Essel Vance Is. assisting Mrs.
lien Martin, of New Market, with her
house work this week.
Darl Workman and family, of Frog
town, spent ono day recently with
Barge Peterson and family.
April 22, 1012.
The farmers are very busy In this
part of the county with their spring
Mrs. Charley Robinson is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Rose Abrahams.
W. W. Fawley and wife were guests
of Charles Oadwallader and family
Win. Carroll and wife, of Woodvllle,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Mrs. J. C. Landess.
Mrs. P. O. Robinson and daughter,
Mrs. Fronla Hopkins, of Lynchburg,
visited M. M. Workman and family
Orland Cochran and family and
Willie Turner and wife were enter
t aineu1 by narley Cochran and wlfo,.
near Manchester, Sunday.
Mrs. EtHe Puckett and daughter,
Miss Gertrude, havo returned to their
homo In Blanchester, after spending
the past two weeks with Ed Landess
II. C. Roush and family, Henry
Swearlngen and family, L'ew Roush
and family and Miss Lola Roush, of
Uuford, spent Sunday with Perry
Fawloy and family.
Philip Lelnlnger, of nillsboro, and
Mrs. Myrtle McLaughlin and two
children, of Danville, visited the for
mer's son, Ervln, and family, Sunday.
Hortsyl McLaughlin and sister, Miss
Mary, visited their brother, Willie,
and wife, Sunday.
Grandma Glblor, of South Liberty,
is visiting hor eons, John ond Frank.
Frank Glbler is confined to tho
house with a sprained ankle.
John McConnaha and wife were the
guests of their ilaughtor, Mrs. Bruce
Jonea, at Danville, Sunday.
April 22, 1012.
Hiram Miller, of Portsmouth, was
the guest of his brother, Bill, a few
days last week.
Several from hero took tho Patter
son Examination at Hillsboro, Satur
day. J. M. Roads, of St. Martins, was In
Mrs. Mary Tedrlck spent Thursday
with Mrs. O. N. Pulse.
Miss Ellle Miller was calllngon Mrs.
John Pratt and family, Earl Stroup
and family spent Sunday with M. O.
Fen Shatter spent Sunday with homo
Rev. Dresch and
Mary Tedrlck were
W. Carroll Sunday.
wlfo and Mrs.
the guests of J.
Nathan Aber and wife and llttlo
daughter, Susie, were calling on his
brother T. E. Aber Saturday evening.
A great many from here attended
church at Allensburg, Sunday night.
Irvln Stroup and wlfo, of Lynch
burg, were the guests of his parents,
John Wilkin and wife, Sunday.
Ben Wilkin and wife spent Sunday
Aaron Stroup and wife called on
Clyde Mertlatul Sunday evening.
George Sanderson and faintly, of
Prlcetown were the guests of the
latter's parents, J. W. Pulse ' and
Arvllle Ludsvlck, of Hoaglands, was
seen In our village Sunday evening.
Miss Lulu Williamson spent Satur
day the guest ofC. O. Jamison, of
Charles Cooper, and family spent
Sunday at the homo of A. T. lllzer, I
near Sinking Spring
George Umphlet and .wife were en
tertained by Dr J. A. Glasgow, of
Geo. Fells and wife spent Sunday
night at the home of Wm. Shoemaker
of Pleasant. Mr. Shoemaker ' was
stricken Tuesday with a severe stroke
of paralysis. He h is been lying In a
very serious condition. Has not been
able to speak a word. He died early
A goodly number from here attend
ed the convention at Prospect Sunday
afternoon, and report a very Inter
Mrs. Mabel Garen passed through
here today on her way to Buck Run
to the home of her mother, who is
very ill with conjestlon of the lungs.
Chester Brown and, family, of Mar
shall, spent Sunday at the home of
Miss May Tannehlll spent the past
week at tho home of Charles McNeal
Ferris Hughes and wife, of Louden,
and Willis Hunter, of Hillsboro, spent
Sunday evening at the Hotel.
A. W. Mllburn and Henry Beatty
and son' of Fairfax, spent Sunday at
the home of his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
John Yankey, of Ehnvllle, was here
at the mill Wednesday ovenlng, on his
way home near the home of William
Matthews, his horses got down Ln a
mud hole. They got one horse up and
tho wagon backed out but they had
to get shovels and shovel the mud
away baforo they could gel tho horso
up. Fortunately the team was not
April 22, 1012.
Bertsyl McLaughlin and slstur, Miss
Mary, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Willie McLaughlin at Danvlllo.
Mr. and Mrs. FrankJ Romle, who
spent two weeks with their mother,
Mrs. Margaret Paris, returned to their
home ln Cincinnati, Saturday.
Misses Rachle and Nell Faris and
Marie and Nellie Wardlow wero guests
of the Chaney sisters, at Ilarwood,
Miss Lizzie McLaughlin spent Sun
day wlthher friend, Miss Ruth Roush.
Miss Dortha llartman spent Sun
day with her cousin, Miss Gladys Mc
Laughlin. Philip Lenlger and 'daughter, Mrs.
Myrtle McLaughlin and children, of
Frogtown, spent Sunday with Ervln
Lenlger and family,
Ora Workman and family spent
Sunday with John Workman and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank; Miller and
daughter, of Plqua, wore called hero
Tuesday by the serious Illness of his
mother, Mrs. Loulso Miller.
A number of our young people at
tended tho "Sunshlno Lecture" at
Ilollowtown Saturday night, given by
James Donohoo and son, Elmont, of
Hillsboro, spent Friday with Leslie
Warman and family.
Rev. Foust filled his appointment at
Danvlllo Sunday. Ilia next appoint
ment is at Prlcetown, Sunday, April 28,
Misses Gortrude Whitley and Ruth
Roush took tho Patterson examina
tion at nillsboro, Saturday.
Unxsitoitu. April S3, mil.
Potatoes i oo
White Deans, bushel a
chickens, per lb f,
Turkeys, per lb a
Ducks, per lb a
Iiacnn liams. per lb a
H.icoii HUIch ina
Macon Shoulders sa IS
I. aril io
May, ton , SO oo
Kx. C. Sugar a OK
Granulated Sugar a 7
Cut loaf and Potvdereu Sugar a 10
i offec. Klo 2Sa 40
Tea, Imp., It, U. and G. u per n. 20a 70
Tea. Iilack , 20a M
Cheese, factory 25a 10
Flour, good family brands, cwt... 3 hOa 3 00
" btil a
Molaftses, N. O . gallon a GO
" Sorghum a io
Golden Syrup a 35
Coal Oil 10a 15
Salt a I2S-
Hams, city sugar cured, lb... ,. 17a 10
MVK STOCK ,
Ileeves, cwt . cross 8 00a H 76
lleevcs, Rhlnplng .....ooua 7 40
Sheep and Lambs, per cwt 4 Ofla 0 BO
Hogs, cwt., gross 7 10a 7 85
Milch Cows with Calves 00a 40 00
Humphreys' SpactHcs havo
been usod by tho peoplo with
satisfaction for more than CO
yoars. Modlcal Book sont freo.
Ho. . ron Piict
1 Krrr, ConRf silon!, ItiflnmmMloni ,.23
3 Wiiriiia. Wiirm Finer, or Worm Dlr&s8..'-2ft
3 Colic. Crying and Wakefulness of Infants. 33
4 Dlarrlien, of Children ami Adults Vt3
7 nugli, Colds. Ilronchltlj 23
5 Toutlinrlie, Kaccaclic, Neuralgia 29
D llendnrhr, Blrk Headache, Verllso ...... 23
10 lit iopln. Imllgpjtlon, Weak htomach ... 23
13 Croup, lloarvj Cough, Laryngitis 23
1 1 Knit Ithriiiii, Kruiit.ous Iyslclas 23
13 miriim.'itlMii. orllli'Umitlc Palm ... 3
10 I'etrr and sui-, aUrlu 23
17 iMlr,I)llulnrltlcori:i . external, Internal. 23
IO Ciitnrrti, tnlluciui, Co. Iiu Iloxl 23
20 liooplia Coiiuli. Sju ir.od.i! Cough 'J.'i
21 AllMnn.Oiprcjoil,tir.lculti!rcatMne 'J 3
27 Kidney Dl-en.r. 23
2H iXrriuii Debility. Vlt.il V l:p ...1.00
JO I'rlunry Incontinence V iiiiy tied 23
31 Min-'I'hront. Cjuwy 23
77 Crip, l!a fjtwr i..:j . f o'Js 25
Bold by d-w,j t, or sc. t nt of price.
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Farmer Urown I kin give you the
village dressmaker's address, She
knows the age of every woman In
Bcnrhorough Itoul Ebtuto.
I J8L IMHANWOODT