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..Weather for Ohio Fair tonight ami
Saturday, November io. 1907.
tWilllam Jennings Bryan, tho
Rrbat Commoner has given expres
sion to lila vIowb upon a third
nomination for tho presidency
und, as usual, ho has hit tho nail
tquaroly on the head and driven
lt$homo. Tor months various ru
mors have been In circulation.
Somo havo hud It that llryan felt
tliat tho democrats owed hlni tho
nomination ami that he would feci
uWrlevcd If It was not given to
him. Others havo been to tho ef
fect that Bryan would wait until
hoj saw whether President Uoose.
vclt was nominated before he do.
tided whethor ho would ask for tho
honor. Still others have told of
hfs" declining to make tho race.
to, trom ono extreme to tho other
theso reports havo been started
and heralded through the newspa.
pirs. Through It all Mr. Bryan
lm$ remained Bilent, apparently car.
Ihc nothing for tho opinions of tho
instigators. Tills dignified silence
w'flp not broken until this week
and when Mr. Bryan spoke, ho
stated his position in terms so
plain that ho cannot be mistaken,
lfe tells tho people just where ho
stands and thobe, who know the
."Jturaskan, know that this position
wjll not bo changed, no matter
what tho consequence may be.
JMr. Bran says ho will accept
tho nomination If It Is tendored to
iffm by tho Democratic party, but
ho will not make a light for it.
IlS othor words, ho says that It
tho party bollevub he 1b tho man
for tho place and Is willing to
irtaco confldonco In him,, he will
not presumo to say that tho party
Is mistaken However, ho does not
Intend to try to force himself
Jpon tho party.
H'llils Is another evidence of tho
good "common benbo which -Mr.
lryan has exhibited on all occa.
Mons. In his two previous cam
ljalgna, ho hau Impressed his stroug,
oharactorlbtic perbonallty upon tho
people. They havo come to know
him and his policies und now aro
suflluluntly well acquainted with
him to decide for themselves
whethor they want him for their
igTho statement of Mr. Bryan that
tho nomination of I'lcstdeut Hoosc
vlt, will not affect his decision In
jfiiy way, should call forth a
hearty "amen" from all corners of
Iho nation. Mr. Bryan Is about tho
only man who has dared to beard
Roosevelt In his den. Tho 'blg
tftlek" has no torrors for iMr, Bry
an. He Is willing to make tho race
against lioosovolt, or any other
plan whom tho opposition chooses
Jo namo. Tho more fact that Bryan
Jtfnot afraid of Roosevelt and Is
unwilling to lay down his cuo for
him; iBovldonco of the fact which
we pointed out sorao days ago,
that thore Is a vast difference bo
tweeu tho two men when the most
Ullent points In their policies aro
considored, If Roosovelt were carry
ing out Bryan's policies In tho
nuTfiT Bryan would bo tho first
jf newest louvcnler's out see.
IK Marten la an automobile.
v Papoose In its carrier,
tTwe beautiful autumn leaves1
f ch souycMlcr contains 34 views
f Marlon and they sell at ten
'X 1- Z im' Mimnm "Thero is need of more cur. '
l,ffOMMMULMm AJKO ITATIOFCK. oncyM decjarea the Mow York " D"ttol SScmS StJt.
JMM'flgfc w' xsm., .? ..w,r -v. , .?: ,-vX.;.' :. . - UA.
man to bid him "tiod speed" and
tho last man to signify n willing,
noss to opposo him.
Mewing tho situation now, six
or eight months in advanco of tho
convention, it seems almost n ccr.
talnty that Bryan will bo tho nom.
lnce. Kasten democrats, particular,
ly those of Now York havo been
endeavoring to start a boom for
Lieutenant Governor Chandlor of
New York, but the thing promises
to 'dle aborning." Some Southern
democrats are clamoring for n
candidate from that Bectlon but
they arc unable to center on any
ono man. Col. Watorson claims to
havo a monopoly on tho next
candidate and promises to spring
a dark horse which will sweep tho
convention. But so far no man
who has tho following, tho ability
and tho good common senso of
Bryan has been presented, so wo
say thnt at thia time lt looks as
though Bran would bo tho man.
Taken all in all, tho declaration
of Br j an as to his utlltudo is ono
of the most muBtcrly and compre
hensive declarations over made.
The statement will win many now
admirers to Tho Commoner nnd
thoy will stay with hlni until they
beo htm nominated and elected.
Mr. Cleveland rolled up his
sleeves nnd handed tho O. O. P. of
Mabsachusotts a few words, tho
other day, which, as a Republican
Journal of Boston acknowledges,
will make Its staud.pat leador
squirm. And so, wo guess Mr.
Cleveland's health Is not particu
Judging trom the number of
persons who aro taking tho Insan
ity dodge as a defenso. for mur
dering someone, it would be well
for tho Kovernment to establish a
bureau of Insanity.
CarrJo Nation now claims tho
Illblo foretold her coming. Carrie
must havo gotten hold of "Ton
Nights in a Bar Room" or ono ot
Lincoln 'J. Carter's plaja and
thought she was reading tho Bible.
An Indianapolis story haslt that
Mr. Talrbanks got his hold on tho
people by the fight he made on
freo silver. However, ho seems to
have lost it by his distribution of
Some day, wo hear, Ir. Cortel
you may tell tho public about those.
Insurance contributions to tho
lioosovolt campaign fund. Maybe hu
Is watting until the tariff Is revs,
The Uural Retreat (Va.) Times
annoum.es thnt there nro now four
automobiles in that town. By tho
time thoy havo two more, tho
residents will bo wanting to change
tho namo of tho place.
Tho men who has been trying
to live for a tlmo on green onions
alone, Is reported to bo "down
and out." Presumably ho found
Ills brentli getting too strong for
An Illinois man throw a Hack of
peanutB Into a crowd at an opera
hotibo and precipitated a riot.
'Hits llltiBtrateu tliu potsslbllltlca v In
Htoro for peanut polltlclana.
A Cincinnati iuanf havliiK miido
a million, han retired from business
on tho ground that he has got
enough. Almost any alienist will
testify that ho 1h Inuano,
The public need not demur at
the notion of H.50,000,000 cold btor.
ago eggs being thrown on tho mar
ket in a bunch. It will havo to oat
them uometlmo, any way.
A Gotham Judge decides that "a
wlfo has no right to throw dishes
at her husband." It seems a pity
to havo to use tho brlc.a-brac in
an ordinary family row.
Tho dlfforonco between President
Itoosovolt and King Edwurd VII
seems to bo in the fact that one
has a big stick while the other
has a big diamond.
Mr. Harrlman is building 800
miles of railroad In Mexico with
forolgn material and foreign labor.
Thoro'a where he, can evade tho
American trusts ana bavo money,
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SAVE CAS .
Srtvc Gas by the new Pro
cess. How true that is. The
New Process Gas Ranges and
Heaters are certainly entitled
to their name, the most econo
mical stove made, let us prove
it to you by sending one to
your home on trial it costs you
nothing to try it.
Prices to suit any pockctbook.
Have y 0)1 received one of those big fat turkeys McClains' are giving
away free with every Buck Range or $25 Purchase of Dining room Furniture
Other beautiful designs
in diners. Prices 50c each
and up. -v .-
Come in and open an
with us. Your credit
So farf people Hufforlnj; from
weak heaits, liavo not had their
careers cut nhoit by llndlng llourko'
Cochran on tho wuno political side
two yearn In hiicccbsIoii.
When nows of tho riot ut Aurora.
lUIuolH, ovor a sack of " peanutB
reaches KiiHsIa wo may expect to
road of -Homo anarchist hurling a
nick of deadly goober at tho czar
jr his prime minister.
Ono of tho easiest of fool kill
ers' tasks consists of gathering In
tho man who falls asleep on a
Tho woild is Htlll In tho dark
111 tho question of whut King 'Kd-A-ard
VII Is going to do with tho
Kdward V. Veston, tho great ped
estrian has demonstrated that a
nun may sometimes win In
Nature supplies force. Wind
turns the wind-mill. The brook
turns the water-wheel. Coal runs
the engine and food runs the
man. Some things contain little
force, some things much.
One substance full of power k
Nature put the power there. H
is a wonderful flesh-producer.
This Is not only a matter of
nourishment but of new vigor
ana activity in the tlwusf.
.DAILY - ItiRROV .KllllWif, SoVhMilHW i5. 1007.
Is Your Dining Room
Ready for Turkey Day
'Pro'bably you are going to entertain Thanksgiving.
Whether its a family affair or friends visiting, the dining'
room should be at its best. It will be more enjoyablefor
everyone. Do the chairs look shabby? Take them to 'the
kitchen, and get a new set. A new dining table may be
needed. What ever may bo missing McClains will sup
ply and you may be sure the terms will be most liberal.
- '- -SPECIAL REDUCTIONS
- THIS NEXT WEEK.
This solid oak box
scat diner is tin ex
ceptional value in a
line dining chair only
six to a customer.
$i.oocash and 50c
per week for ji set
of four or six. JiX
ngdbyA M'cDOUQALL KITCHEN CABINET.
HAVE ANOTHER LETTER
Alleges that his'Wife, Mary Scott Hartje wrote to the
Mother of Tom Madipe telling her about her son .
Mrs. Hartje .says the Letter is like the others
Introduced by her Husband.
iIhlladolphla, Nov. M-Tho sensa
tional Hartjo dlvoicoJcibo. In which
F. Augustus Haitja, itwealtliy rittH
have tho proceedings, under which he
have the poceedliigs,j,u!ider which ho
was refubed a dlvoico,'lly tfio PltttT
buig courts from his wlfo, Mary
a Scott Hartjo, re-opeuod py tho state
superior court, 011.. t,"o ground ot
etl ovlaenco, canio bo-
fore tno superior coijri..agaiu wmay,
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When aUornoys represpnU'iB Hartjo
presented a supplemental petition to
tho ono now pending before that tri
bunal. , .
(Accompanying' tho petition filed to
day were photogrnphlo coplos of let
tors alleged to bavpbpen written by
Oils. Hartjo to MrrfMary Ann Ma
dine, mother, pf "Tom Madine, the
family coachman, whovwas' named
co-responaent, anu a,,ietter written
ny Madlno to his mother. In which
he requests that a number of lotters
and tolesrams alleged to havo been
wrjtten to him by .Mrs. Hnrtjo bo
returned o him from Ireland, wliero
o had taken them.' The lottor al
leged to have been written by Mrs,
Hartje to Mrs. Madine is ns fol
lows: ( , .
"My Dear Mrs, Madine No doubt
you will be surprised,, to hear from
mq, some one you 'doTfnp't know, but
It Is mo, your boy Tom Is with, and "I never wroto a litter to Mrs.
)J arn tho moUier of a small Iwy and (Madlno In my life," sho said. "I
:'vs, - .fcJilBsWsssWslsWBBfas
jmnAMrfAiuTT -Me .F'wv.'v.vrfl.o- II J
SKltchen f riff . -.yr: 0 l
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LLL ajtfn! " 1-" -,f to i,t
"-cpvr,.h mi a . ""' ;i m lsy s ,
Thanksgiving is a day of rejoicing for
:ill but the house wife. A thoughtful'
husband will consider well the fact that'
this drudgery could easily be ;
Now, dear Mia, Miullno, ' I want to
bay Tom Is a flue fellow and has not
ono .b.u" habit. Wo havo a nlco
placo, with good hoises, I am, good
to him und try to make him at homo.
The other day ho look cramps and I
looked after him myself ( and as long
as this damp weather hibts will havo
Him wear a bandage. At times
ho wants to go homo, u'nd borne day
boon I will sond him homo, but V011
must promlbo him back to our ram
ily, Hoping this llttlo uoto of mjuo
will bo a comfort to you ilwayh re
member, as long; as ho Is with uh,
ho will bo cared f(r, Hoping your
family aro well and Will live long to
enjoy life, m
"I am, blncoroly yours,
"MARY SCOTT HART.IK."
Tho lottor was undated. It Is al-
leged, but the onvnlopo, It Is claimed,
bears tho postmark' "Pittsburg. July
bears tho postmark "Pittsburg. Julv
(Pittsburg, Pa.. Nov. JC.Wlicn
Mrs. Hartjo wds communicated with
at Llsonlor, Pa., concerning tho
supplemental brief filed by 1ier hus
band with the superior court, she
denied absolutely that tih had evdr
written a Utor to Mrs, Madine, moth
er of tho co-respondent In tho JIartJe
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T nr 'r -t -"it r o -.v .. l.' - -. ' ti
in all styles and s i z cs .
Beautiful Pedestal round
top table. Price $16.75 ant
up. Leg table quarter
sawed and handsomely pol
ished $6.00 and up.
Introduced In this tabc."
It la said. Mr. Freeman, Mrs. Hart-
Jo's attorney, will lllo affidavits 10-
pudlatlng tho letter.
The Uiloy Ditch in Marlon Town,
ship is sold' for '$3,793.
'J ho contract for tho construc
tion of tho Hiloy ditch was award
ed thia morning by County ilur
oyor 'Edward S Ault, Tho con
tract went to J, T. Moylo( who will
furnish tho ' tile, nnd William
Harpoa, who will do tho trench
work. The contract prico Is
;f:i,7f):i. Tho ditch. wlll run through
Marlon township, south of the city
He Refuses to Attend the
Inauguration of Gover
Outluio, Okla., Npv. lo.Frauk
Frantz, Govornpr of Oklahoma Territory-,
did. not participate In tho
coremonlos that woro conducted
toduy Incident to nthe inauguration
of governor-oloct Charles N. Has.
kell and the Democratic state
ticket. - I
His attitude became known when
the executive committee In chargo
of the .affairs Invited him to ap.
pear In the.- first carriage In Uio
Parado at the side of his suc
ressor. Ho rofusod omphaticaUy.
UrfcCd totake some part In the
cessor. Ho rofused emphatically.
Bucks stoves and Ranges
in till styles. Our stove de-'
partment the most complete .
in the city. Any Buck sWe
or range'sent to your home on
30 days free trinl; if they suit
pay us $1.00 per week.
Price $8.00 and up.
This magniliccnt- solid
oak. sideboard, "hand
- somely carved, and" im
possible to duplicate else
where' for less thn' $2fj
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and Liberal terms
any wage earner.
bo. connected in any manner with
tho ccromonlcz. ,
'lho governor's attitude Is Mio,
result of chargea inado during tho
toeont campaign for ,Htato offices byt
(Jovoinor Haskell. Tho oxlgency
that Ik responsible for tho flat
refusal, of an outgoing official to
participate in the Inauguration of t
tho Incoming executive Is tho ell-'
max of a heated political campaign.'
You can take advant
age of the present op
portunity if you open
an account here
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$25 00, ladies' suits
$10 00 to $30.00.
Furs, Waisls, Shoes
Hen's suits $10.00 to
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