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ies the 6nerves, in
slep. and brings
back the joy'of 'ivig.
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ri by the use of AN'''.
Takelw :W dIose, .,Cery three or
four hours -l1ti k kvel.
Dircioud wji wth each bott e.
Por .\l DiJortiers of the
S"toncilh anlld IOwels.
DacI es'c This Lady.
"suffer'cd for a longy
Simupso:z, of 5'1 SymiictieY
St., Ashiev~i~e, N. C. " Ir.$
~Af inall; gZot to the ph:cc 4~'
4j' wherec~ it was an~ effort for
1 'ato go. .1 would hiave
bearing-do n p.ins la
b:rayd ndb-c - cs
S P-cilly svere across moy
blyrlk and downin mhy
.' 1here was a gr:at 41
jkdeal of G.oreniess. I wias
nie vous and cg~ily iip.
The Womfan's Tenile
S"I heard of Cardul and Ii
decided to use it," con-.
tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I
saw shortly it was bene
fiting me, so I kept It up '8.
and It did wonders for A
me. And since illen I'
have been glad topras
Cardul. It is the best
woman's tonIc made u4
SWeak women need a
tonic. Thousands and
Sthousands, like Mrs. A
Simpson, hiavo found
Cardul of benefit forthem.
Try Cardul for your trou
Five Minute Chats.
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGANI
(to.alh,102v, by Jamen MAorgtartI
ONLY DISPUTED ELECTION
1822--Oct. 2, birth of Rutherford~
8. Hayes at Delaware, 0.
1352--Married iutcy Waro Webb.
1861-Major in Ohio Volunteers.
1867-71-Govemrnor o hio.
187G-June 15, nominatped for
President by Fihpublicani
National C;onvention at
1877-Jan. 30, olectoral conmir,
sion appointed March 2,
Hayes declared elected.
March 5, inaugurated
10th President, aged 54.
r ' ti1l wav"'e wilch Swept downII
- the liepublicans ii the congres
sional (lectlous of 1874 still was run
nin,,g so strongly In Ihe eumttpgn of
1170 that. Rutherford I. Hayes hmst n
FlnIee wvs coniblit of his stuces's.
Nor wts the country surpris-ed to renld
in) thle headvlines flhe mnorning afteorel
tIlon thit 'I1(1en, the Diemocra.tic "an.dI
dini , hal wol the ra'.
'le.' Itepublican itional hidganr.
ters in New York city shit up1 hop
early elect Ion night, and the Reiub
lienn1 coImpiintu'hi er went to bed
Tildecn wa-ts elected (oi the race of
the retirns. with 2,1:1 electoral votw";
to 106 for Hay's, and had al:o a
plurality of 2 0,000 in the popiltir vote.
111s election intleel rested wn the iame
lm.:is tis Clevchdi' In 188.1 aml wi ..
4ol's in 1010. Bit In 1871 the Riepub
licians hal not yet ac1i1eseed in the
suippr ioj (if tihe! igiro vot-4 in the
South. And if th regro. , had not
be.'n "persundefl" hy variotus means
froin ghjiigC to the nolls, 'Tlrien eouild
not have beent elect..
hoth the Riepubiicans ond the Dem
oeraits calimed to have . *-d Ln T oulsi
Rutefod B. Hayes.
mau, South Carolina and Florida, and
froma those states two sets of* returnas
were sent to WVashington. Who should
:lcholt between thetm? The Conistit1.u
lion provides merely that the presiiient
:f the .9tnuate shalli, in the presence of
the senlate antd house, openl the e-rti
Iiicates5, "and1( the votes shall thetn. he
But when thern are two sets of
votes, who shall tsay whichl siomil he
counted? "The president of the sen
ate," answered tihe llepublicans he
cause the president of the Senate was
ai Republienn. "The two hous~es," salid
the Democrats, because one of the
houses was Democratic.
CompromIse was necessary io save
the government from (-iao~s and the
ert ry from another Civil wart. 'The
biter (dispute) was heft to 15 men, on
third of whom were Senators and an
other third were representativI es,
eqlually divided between the parties.
To gtaraintere a caln, judiia! deeision
the remaining third were justiees of
the Supreme court.
Nevertheless, the commnission pro
ictedede to decide ever-.y essentil ques
tionl in favor of Hayes lby ai strict party
vote of S to) 7. Alas. t he partisan
zeal of that feverish hour burned just
as fiercely heneath the gowns of thle
jlustices as under tile Crocik coats of
The judigment of ti. 3 commission
was withouit force in law until ad~opted
iby the two opposing houses, and some
disappointed D~emocrats inl the hctuse
b~alked-t at ratifying tile decision agaiust
Tilden. But representatives of llayes
whlispered to certain southtern Demo
crats in a secret conference at WVorm
Iey's hotel that if they would let the
Rlepublicans hatve the presidency, the
Republllicanf piresildent woulid let them
halve their own state governments. The
bargain hav~ng lbeen struckc, it was
kept. After a turbulent nighlt session
of the house the result of thle election
was (declared at four o'clock in the
morning of March 2, 1877, just 56 hours
before theO inauguration. --
IFor three months Hayes himself had
been alternating from daX to dlay b~e
tween expectation of success and de
feat. Evcn when be startedl for Was.h
inttl~oniO on Nirch 1 hie wats still so un
*Certaila that lhe franikly fo1(d thte pea
1)le of Col'jnbus In his puruting speech
that tic enighmt he ble~r, .with them and
fin the governor's chair again in104
YIELDS TO MA'IRCH OF TIME
Old Hotel In Quincy, Maas., Associated
With Famova Men, Is to Become
The old I1&lncock house. situated In
City square, Quiney. ia veasetil to be it
hiotei. rite prlwit owner of the prop
erty, leitry M. .axon, is to have the
upper part reinove'il anl the first iloor
coiverte'd ii(') a lilt- htis ess blvock.
Th1e hotel ha1I wnly providtell sleepinig
quarters for a n tunher of years.
Ili the tiy! of the old stag.econeh
III l1ialcock lios:e,' was ono of the
h'al otel41'1l , I pill t C'ai te eirn 'Alassat -
1uwiiogts 1111d Ithe V;-:41 plac to which
f v rs resort er for re freshwwnts.I
Annst th <1kt'wuui:-hl 1n w 1 thot(
hav wlwv n ia 1i I id lin-rv w IIn
II e1bstr vi, go i:wl to, t l:y froinl his
hoifte lito the (,'I Ply11iot.he1a t oech., Orl
neomnt of 'Mr. Webt 1 ibrality Ill
difispnig g44 a cheerl It wasq frequent
lyN ;, long. t111i. bea-fore tilt coach 1s14
ille to proco l' n its trip. vir. \Veb
stor i. I ai lway n r l Ill.;'i h I tp to
the st::ble hoy,4 :0l91whel hops)Z (if those
ahll i dAyt Art'hi tory ays that he
oftenk threwx - 5 gobfi1 ieces-! to the serlarni
hiinlg bo)ys in t he hot el yarel. I
The preizt-nt structulre was4 inilt fin
1%T, it ,vvirail ,earte the ground I
tloor wa \V:h,4 Fa1inet stores an4l
only Ithe- "art \wa1s usotIo as the
hot el properl. Whenl Ad imls 'wndeu1y
was In it4 "wrilne 11h4 phnev wIas usewl ats
a boli.n1 h rm t who
C '' 1n e ' to Q 11:1i1 fr11m i ot her 1:le14S 1
ta' aifl w r obii- d to i 44 k tleilr
ti in hl tit etty of resii ! n ts
TURINING TO HOME GARDENS
indicaitionis Ar 'That Pecople Ar~e Be
t innintg1 to ealize the Danjer of
a FoodI F inelil. 1
A ioca sivdiovel \iza crowded w:Ith
"What I lovs i11s Inal?" tho vropri
"! 14ne1it nis anshat otheor ptolpl i
I aI 'hikn 11 11w 1 sit I < ," h hie 8abl.
"th::td onf' s fooii lirii etonuasp ed
"ilu t h I r , I 'l tl i a tI i I ti ionts't i )Iin
this countor i hr21. Frorinry ty
c:lit 1 help> in or e r to rio-!avce W 'r
ortl aI its a, 0'an 0 tlit'siltu to e vry:in n
toid fin': h i if. \\' n tir'n s high aI.-:
CI.M ie'l si '.i a !hy htr.Ths i; In
tlitf' lc to a ig t, i-r business.
[I's ; 4) oi i up like tisL all
thro Ii4h the mioniti, tilt. It did last
'atev 4!d (tho at I r Who < i111l to le
tirle fronl i the h i1e-garen bIt'l usiness,
"towt Ii that iwar Is 1Ior, 11
chan 1 therha :11 that thnn.
hai of hoie ofn O increasing In
stead of, u idillnnishitg.
ie I aolo that it Is stranW e that!
whlethere wa*Is lltuc crop shortage
list ye:Ilr st eds of all Iil s; wIth the
proahble exception of pens, are Iin ai,
ple spl.-niaaoi es
I.wo nirnbers ot the har were trying
a rvpevhin stilt lin the superioir court
recently and in th e otrse of th trial
got into at sharp wraighas hwyers
solelltnes <lo-over theb ararion. of a
certalin pi of evieiiie. The wrangle
resol Vl I Itself into anl or al ttli ie In
hleh both l~ hwers riedii fu tal a
1 They '' 11poke1 '0i oud toes l a ftila
raitd-ft', iri alt \Vhe 111t inoke had st
tcleaCttr.e away 'vI andth t hast fia' ovir
thei ee (' ttCIite13 114uIrptised1 to ern that
the ort.SlogheMrad eesa.
tho gtlowl in is~l1 illo1ok evrt wordt
ofle had~ paidt,esite the fact th-y
were both5(1)1 flega tiie- ('a1n1 t'irne.
Thnn cle ofl cot ilnen te ln the
"ar h, rerkdone of thehiwyirt,
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Inssaithilselts senaitor speaks to
31tis 3i1eeing ni Bra ve Field, Bos.
MIostii, Au". 28.- -Thu leagtic of na -
jons was eccademned)( by Don"'lator.
-odlue inl an~ addivres at q 'maass mewet
pg of Ithe Rephuti caii nh LI-agule of
'laiiwalhu ti Vti 'raves fi tt torlay.
The aeil,. w ich hot all me10n
iri in if but one." h aid, "has been
in ab .olut' and total failure. ItI Ihas
tot v oIIpl; sh:.ed anytIinig."
"I[ mau: hn pos sible to r.lit'y with
'eerVailonA." Swnator 'lanh i ded, ''it
iar h T 'i a * to d s . ;I it m y
' ityi he !.(Jia:f ) th..
'llt itih i liieva~i <i r lf itiI tin y i i ei
o pl.n abi this ail drawri, ill c!on-;
'Iidh. :: and to tako e% under
he aulspise of t- i-nile.i Sta:e Ial
0,16VI III or 1( u..",cI
4' :t I 1 .ation <. o a 1 14
-t t t f a ll in of , ithei
arih fit e ('he tmhrhoo thei l ni -
ci d a That. 1's ;a :,o; o n 11 w I h
I kaa -I Iti
:f''2r I P .. if IPa I i i .:
; um-aI itt 11 . I h , .4n or
d i 1i:.1
T' 'ore 1nr~ y o M, :l iti*
o\lim.f. ReuIt 'an.\ I anibte frr
it ' Li t i n11 a 4 m idr l. il
'irof o- ' I ir t. i o f ilil i: t t
"The , l ly ofw I Ia ; Ir i m, mini
"i e:: n hV0h s do s !fn
(1V tina I. a b1. " i (i :-t y i re
ai i adod ~i m'iia h'nii. iecI t"!
(layydened on oh Nrh::t a
. : - tyr - if1 it :h 0
'n al i' d . ea l a IICI non -
y com o f hn pr
: t 1, 1 mos t -on 'n t 4Ni I
c r. No mxn. 1~u "0 *y e
AMw S heh wond and
uaane fubodipuend el::o
milness' an a flavor asnnd
refrshin as it is new. M
;3.NO0---H IG H
0OL L ING(- ANI,
H;1E A L T HY
G elod Roaqal Gooil andCa
a nd Gooid .iglh bo. inl H erl
Clay Section of Norh nd
Ida, ama ed to -tienrae
farmng, cattle anld iyan
rsin;anly ;-ize farm !
to mper nr a.
For informiioe wriwt
CAM E arL y haeownond er-tin
Dupoeic tbacoi ouo
mean tooyour lsati N.actio
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