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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO THURSDAY JULY 30f 1914.
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The Brahman's Prayer. I
"This is my prayer to thee, my lord, -strike, strike at the root
of penury in my heart. S
"Give me the strength to make me bear my joys and sorrows.
"Give me the strength to make my love fruitful in service. i 5
"Give me the strength never to disown the poor or bend my j
eyes before insolent might. S
' 'Give me the strength to raise my mind high above daily trifles.
"And give me the strength, to surrender my strength to thy s
will with love." IS
This is the prayer of a Brahman, the famous Hindu poet,
Rob'indranath Tajore, who has been honored by being given the S
Noebel prize for the most valuable contribution to literature. I
While not a professed follower of Christ does not Tajore show
by this prayer that he is one of his true followers. We have never
heard nor read a prayer which so abounded in the teachings and
spirit of Christ. ,,.,...
It would be well if many of us who profess our belief in the (
teachings of and our love for the Nazerene would make the prayer
of this Brahman our prayer. If we would we would be better and
stronger men and women and truer Christians. -
This prayer is well worth rereading and it would be profitable
to memorise it. The more you study it tne more you win De im
pressed with its beauty, force and power.
Luke McLuke has returned from a vacation and the Cincinnati
Enquirer is once more worth reading.
There'are occasions when we are so meek, humble and discon
solate and we have such a poor opinion of the product of our pencil
and brain that we wonder if in describing this as a weekly news
paper it would not be advisable to change the second "e" in "week
ly" to an "a."
The other evening we were with a crowd of people who were
singing and we joined in. One of the party said that we were in
four different-keys in one verse and knowing nothing about music
we have been wondering whether it was a compliment or a slam,
but have been too modest to inquire
No Inalienable Right To Vote.
In connection with the agitation for woman's suffrage we often
hear the argument advanced that women have an inalienable right
to vote. This we do not think is true, in fact, we do not think
that anyone has an inalienable right to vote.
There is but one ground upon which women should ask for the
right of suffrage and that is that it will make for better govern
mental conditions. If this will not happen the women should not
be given the right of suffrage.
It should be the aim of every citizen of a country to secure the
best form of government possible for the inhabitants of that country
and it is his duty to do everything he can to have such a form of
If the best government can be secured by giving all classes of
people unrestricted suffrage, they should have it. If the best form
of government can be secured by restricting the suffrage to certain
classes or by the establishment of monarchy this should be done.
A country should have that form of government which serves
its people best ; which insures the greatest prosperity, opportunity,
happiness and contentment to its citizens. If this means that only
property owners shall vote ; that only men shall vote ; that only
people with a certain amount of education shall vote or everyone
who has reached a certain age shall vote, that should be the form
adopted. And if after a form is adopted it is found that certain
people have been given the privilege that should not have it, the
privilege should be withdrawn from them. If on the other hand
it is thought probable that it would be better to give the right of
suffrage from some to whom it has been withheld it should be
extended to them.
A study of woman's suffrage has convinced us that it would
be a good thing for the women to have the right to vote on all
questions and therefore we are in favor of giving them the right.
But it does seem silly to us for them to claim that they have an
inalienable right to vote and hope that .they will confine their argu
ments to reasons which show that giving the privilege to them will
secure for us better government.
Now is your chance to save big money
and at the same time' get one of this
season's best selling Suits.
Lower than you have ever bought as
good Clothin. It will pay you to call
in and pick out a suit now.
I. W. CRET,
on., IiIK HILL8B0B0,
itoe 'Phone 340 Bell 'Phone HI
July 27, 1914.
Rev. Screeclifleld preached here Sun
day morning and evening.
Malinda King and farqlly entertain
ed Sunday Ezra Carpenter and family,
Claude Carpenter, Misses Helen and
Elizabeth Jennings and two brothers,
Howard and Charles, Rev. Screech
field and C. E. King, of Cincinnati.
Visitors at the Tri-township celebra
tlon from here are agreed that it was
John W. Morgan w as the guest of
Ed Bales and family, Sunday.
Mrs. Ezra Carpenter and brother,
C. E. King, and two nieces, Helen and
Elizabeth Jennings, are shopping in
Mrs. Henry Coflman and daughter,
Erma, of Hillsboro. spent part of last
week at the home of J. V7. Morgan.
I FREE'SCORNER. HILLSBORO, 0, I
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I am a candidate for nomination as
countv commissioner on the Republi
can ticket, subject to the will of the
voters at the August Primary. ,If
nominated I will do my duty without
fear or hope of reward.
tf Frank L. Chosen.
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stipation, try Doan's Reguleto. 25c at
all stores. adv
July 27, 1014.
John -Patton and family and sister,
Austa, of Fall Creek, spent; Friday
with Charles Dlven and family.
Henry Wildy and family are spend
ing a few weeks with Lydla Good.
Porter Berryman and friend, of Co
lumbus, are spending a few days with
his grandmother, James K ester.
Several of Miss Lettle Naylor's
friends gathered at her home Friday
night and gave her a delightful sur
prise. Estel Cook spent Saturday night In
Lorain Spargurspent Saturday night
and Sunday in Berryvllle.
H. C. Sanders and family and E. H.
Edwards and wife spent Sunday with
0. O. Bernard and family,
Ethel Carey spent Friday in Cincinnati.
The English birth rate is decidedly
lower at present than It has been fo
Iiaii a candidate for the Republican
nomination for county auditor subject
to the will of the voters at the August
Primary. .If nominated and elected
I will do ray best to give the people
an etlldent and economical adminis
tration. CnABLES F. Rohehts.
I will be a candidate for Clerk of
Courts of Highland county, subject to
the decision of the Republican electors
of the county ati!the coming August
Primary. Your support will be ap
preciated. E. C. WiSEOur,
adv Liberty township.
I am a candidate for the Republican
nomination for County Commissioner
subject to the will of the voters at the
Primary to be held on August 11. If
nominated and elected I will give my
best service to the duties of the oillce
and promise an efficient business ad
ministration of Its affairs.
S. D. West,
To the Editor of The News-Herald :
Please announce that Ijam a candi
date for the Republican 'nomination
for congress, subject to the will of the
voters at the August Primary.
I would like to meet every voter in
this district, but this being Impossible
It will be appreciated by me if anyone
who desires to know how I stand on
any public question will write me.
Here I can only say that I am a'flrm
believer in the cardinal principles of
the Republican party and If nominat
ed and elected will endeavor to have
them made the policy of our govern
ment as In my opinion they will bring
the greatest measure of prosperity to
all classes of people, farmers, capatal
ists, manuafcturars, merchants and
laboring men, as there can be no sub
stantial prosperity to one class unless
all classes prosperand .are happy and
Soliciting your support and assuring
you that If I am elected; I will strive
at all times for what I believe is the
best interest of jail the people, I am
Youru very truly
Charles C. Keakns,
To the Republican Voters of High
land County :
I desire to respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for the oillce of
county commissioner subject to che
will of the Republican voters ac the
August primary. I
If nominated and Selected I shall
strive to be commissioner In the best
interest of all the people regardless of
politics or location.
Any favors shown me In either circu
lating my nominating Ipetltlons or In
support at the primary will be sincere
Irvin R. Rousn.
of Union Township.
To the Editor of The News-Herald ;
Please announce my (candidacy for
the Republican 'nomination for Con
gress In the Sixth District of Ohio.
I shall be glad to talk or correspond
with all about .the Issues before the
people. Mark Crawford,
We have a large stock of
both the ATLAS and UN
IVERSAL Brand, the very
best made, at
Headache and Nervousness Cured.
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled
to all the praise I can give them,"
writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport,
N. Y. They have cured me of head
ache and nervousness and restored me
to my normal health." For Sale by
All Dealers. adv
The program for the Hillsboro
Chautauqua Aug. 16 to 23 inclusive is
unusually good. adv
JAMES E. McDERMOTT
Argentina's wheat crop Is estimated
at 3,100,000 tons. '
Republican Candidate for Auditor
My opponent has just finished two terms as County Com
missioner. He is a man of wealth and influence; has as much need
for the salary as a wagon has for five wheels.
I have nev.er asked for an elective office.
I served one term as Hillsboro'S postmaster.
After a careful investigation President Taf t made my ap
pointment a personal one.
I went into that office as clean as a. hounds tooth, other
wise I could not have had it,
I came out of it just as clean.
I want the Auditor's job for the salary, because it means
a living and education for my children.
That is where the postmaster's salary went and I am
proud of the result, allho it left me just one jump
ahead of the wolf. You who have finished the edu
cation' of your children can appreciate the sacrifices. X
It will take a battle royal to win and thus far I have had
to battle for every inch of my progress. X
I am asking you for your personal favor. If you grant it
I win and I assure you it means everything to me. t
JAMES E. McDERMOTT X
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Representing six of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Companies.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Oo. Also Live Stock
Insurance. rt Insuring your horses
against.death from any cause.
I represent theJAetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Co. One of the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high class safe
Cleuuef and beautified th hate
Promote! a luxuriant trowlh.
Mover Fall to Restore Qrajj
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Prevents balr falling.
60P nnrt tl 00 at nntgglwta.
July 27, 1914.
Andy Bunion and family enter
tained Sunday his niece, Miss Maggie
Davis, of Lynchburg.
Misses Edna Hadley and Maggie
Saum, Arnold Wilkin, Rayburn
Chaney and Glenn Kesler spent Sun
day evening with Miss Mabel Cadwal
lader. Miss Emma Burton left last week
for a visit with relatives in Blanches
ter. Kay Layman's entertained Clarence
McConnaughey and family, of Lynch
burg, Sunday Jas. Bird and wife
were their Visitors one day last week.
Mrs. Margaret Hart visited Mrs.
Chas. Winkle, Sunday.
Miss Lee Hudson, of Blanchester. is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Ethel
Smith. Miss Silvia Fierce was also
her guest several days last week.
The attendance in Bible School
Sunday was 129. The offering $2 22.
B. F. Faris and daughter, Miss
Isma, were visitors in Cincinnati,
Mrs. Marjory Shrope was in Mt.
Orab the first of the week.
Uncle David Ragland one of the
pioneers of this section, passed away
Monday at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Belle Ludwick, at the advanced
age of 84 years. He had been suffer
ing from the infirmities of age for a
long time. Another daughter is Mrs.
Margaret Barrow The funeral con
ducted by Rev. F. F. Foust, was held
Wednesday afternoon, interment in
the Strange cemetery.
The best in the world of thought
and amusement are brought to your
door by the Hillsboro Chautauqua
Aug. 10 to 23. adv
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