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Ponder the path of thy feet and let all thy ways b established Prov. 4-26, m 'u mi n 1 1 isnuiusmwoii. i w Kov. Mar. nth 1909 No. 13. ; : T W RI7U A I R HTf wVJ ftri-r-- ..the ownership of industry. So hae to be returned it lh form of .:LV. HIHSFI F CAN REFUGEES. ' " ' : Fairban . ' : m Vol. VII. NORWOOD; Mo;; Thursday WORLD'SCRESSET NO IS LIVES TQ tJarri'it PUBLUREBS. N. G. Garrett od M, M Uooem TKXT: Kir tiKtiti f x livr.ih io bin tt, kA Gifts for Natiuuai Secretary Barnea wriU'H on tin cas . of the Mexican refuiiees; As the .issue Involve J no uiau uietii i. liimiclf. Hum 11-7 in tbe various Mexican refugee the owiierihip of iodnetry. So have to bero'arned iu (hi form or IotR M the cupualiwtn 6n- t! ditidoade A 1h h U, penple Fairbanks aohhmry of pmduotion ond di.- bich would .nnn. e. profit ; !0o.trol it, Ort the oth.r bt, V"'' owwrbip. KullowiDgltu Aburo oeaie itnau S1.1H& wl6 the peiplo or. thi innchin. ei1mli.i..HiwnKo,,,I,. ,. r,-.j rUBLKHKD DVKllY TIIUUDV Y 'Entered tefiond-riai' no in as alone jusa GrtJ Silver Service While Mm- L. lKu- .;n ..,,i i. tnuiual t employ hiuutlf.aud ority Gives Lovin Cup. V,i addition to the ownerabin of rweim h full locial product. WashiDgton.. Maicli 'i.-Tha the maohinpry of nrodnctiort w.d without having to reoder to any '. I . if . i . . i l-i i mM nU ant ntift. tent or pro- 1 , .III man Ul, )P Will IU"llH "".J will tt ahle to nuke himulf con l. rnm thin 1VXt Wa And timt Ucoiaing more ,nale behid -4.-1 Ji.,rlWin l,ih. i man can Hv for hlmsolf alone ' knwn' and he volume of , - ; I . . cnlWlive ownw,hiP. Ut, will monn that -vry man i . . t i - a 4 a.u a. rm vv.- ivv a ubiuuh a ua - i- ..... U U'.USL HUlilUHb LliL'ir LILliLUJJIlL I . . . . . u T.uanra ii.i nnn nji itvo i.iqt. i - t ... ... . .. i triifn nn a nani m 1 1 ii vuimir hiv epes TU ili-hi c !!? tbC of magnaiccnt saver com()norft private property It i. ..' . . . Tv . . . Jtlie Diaz Pie8 nucnta bee n- avrvice costinir 1.185. as n irift . . . ' . .j . ,ni.a t.i mnniiM that the' So. live in this lite to tiltnseli' . ... . .nmiece onauisaiion oi iokibiv . . nrncrlA umuar in l lio rarkltullkt. nlik.... ..i I.... . s : ' ......... ii. ihn rkritfft.A , and i-scnre the rath of a " V. ' " . . " ".w nenaiors ana thau DrvailH now. o ae to admit P""" " . " 7 .1 a I ri-i ho f In ri - I hhiiIa Uhitnl i 1'wi.a n va aua a,2 lul iuuviuui u'jui at For tveryvmao must a'ft'r October 2. ftVH 'ti 'ive an account of himself befors the Font-office t Nor-Jtlm judgment kc.U of Christ, wood Wo..' under th Aeix.w, tf lit expocU to pain tu n CanqreHH of March . .Vrdlapnroval of C;i i-t the Savhiur. He inu-t please to live tin life tlu; v;y that Clii-Ut'rt love i es For nr y tliir less than lovo of ChrMt is su'eido. Inor- KVnHCItll'IVION ori yfar ........ 60 cents ix months 25 wkts 'nREB MOUTHS 15 PEHTr Invariatly n AJvace. j with a loving cup ai present from of popular rule. Tbi iuvolvm pr' Prty lit tlit Hitrkli'Pil tnn r t d.att1. fniftM inKw:lll1ecpenedandtl1ts Dia,, D,mocTatlc members semv the .operat.ve pr,oe.Pl, m i. to have 'jO,(XK) execution. ir ambet V- to th. compot.t.ve. w.th the his credit, will bcBl..ia;.da an Hvcr Bervloand8ci.ator Dancl. "'"', ?f dnphcatmn. and n..n .-.. n...n..ni1..o Bl,olto ' ww.rity. B.th;w.t9Bn.!ha. prevail today. Th . I ., '. senators apoke of the delihiful iJ(.a w illugtratnl iu the postnl iloas-' t-Vi'fy wu-Te should forfaitn Ibem ' hoanltalt )i! im bonlca I l- , i . . ,,.! , ... . , "JapiuM.ty it .4 i. i' tu dodub. llirvioe which, liiing on, Ukoi i tiWisclvooaKuinrt the ommrf avalan- ' VVheuheleavcsofli'cefoinorrow .. . ... " . Wheu he leaved ofli'ce foinorrow clie of mislnformatUm. Get the iu vic.a nrvaMnnt u-in tab u?tth ors him the beautiful inkstand, which ROLL il HCKOR. Warren M. IIaBy Omah.t Neb. ..rncts, John lvobertc n Norwood mo. Mury R'aUo, Mt. Grove 2:. Mrs GioKinlcy Mt. Grovo 1"). dor to Rave our soul we must , . , . , , . is not aske lhow teat we ca.ii""d community. Address llw ornamented his deep for the last! live nhrtie. He is fished how much he (bn do fov others. But the cry is we mi si be fce. Free from what and for whai. Freo the plao.) of the many private rr rir who formor'.y did the carry ir. . of tho mail. But another thing miiivilvpd in Politic! Uefugee Defense LeoRiio four yt,ar8. According to custom ISO Wasljlnclon strct. Chicago th(J vicc preifi(t;nl lnBy flc ,K Til. (Tliironmt R. n.iri.mv i,f CAAi. - i . ' . . . . I ' 1 ;uim uuvc uiauuiUMUlCU Ull IU11' .lul., ...I T iiiri nil ft iM li.T ago has been retained as counstF ..,.,, nMVtriH'tt : u,ltnt. ' ..... n , "" j-.every pnrwrn. vi-n umuy ur the ida of rnlloc-tiv" ownership of the mnnhioery of production and t i it. r . mi from your fd'o nwn. for to play W n iTLe published story of the bill m .hft .n. Hnd. hennitonan emnty earth. No convention, ly resolut:on, clurly .fop fitilU(1 wnrt! ft n (kat h(18i not sm h freedom. But the jd the altitude of the party lllUt ,t COst$ri00ia-d thili raukled.j tl)e wule principle will apply freedom that give c,o.l riKt( Mexican cases dechr- in lM Today Jic seut! nduU MM ti every man, woman and child, . "a" BUt11 i' i..UuUu sec,.(.tiry Tleenct a chicle for': on the face of God's green earth. J labor Hader by the Upita'isv 00( tho actuai cost ()f the or. For on the wynpe of life.no onc',,,-'M ot lhe Ullited StalM and j nauental frtaiid, and announced wauhasthe whole right to all j constitutes an -iult np-; timt hfl wouId Ue it wUMj1 the pnod wealth. interest in industry. meam that eauh man shall 'Htain all the private property he may be, aM to innke by iii own ffforU (willniut i-xnciieg tribute ir.m aiiypne elffl ) and tntpendbii earn ii.KS justae b p!ni. lhenuit ai'll be mnnh more private pro. party for the masnc, for the work- orp, than they are alile to obtain now hen they bave to ny tri bute to the idle owm-m of th ma chinery of production and dutri buti'Mi. It in a mistake to suppose that Socialism ba a rigid system which it waitt to enforce on the pi'oph'. On the cf ntraiy. it' merely wants to set tlnm free from tho riRid system nf cipitalim, and Ift i hem rulo us tlu-y may son fit to rub.. Coming back to the first nronoiitinn. it wihiies merely to atah!hh an industrial t'uniocracy A second corollary, or thiuB.nilj (juiTnr thsm in this wav from Notion's Chief Receive $75,000 Per AnDnm To life is blest mon- abundant than the oUier, follow, share your bread, with the one who is les favored than you. This is the wily that Cud do-ie. lie avt! To man his son when the world was in tfrcut distress, mid could not help themselves. Under the laws of G al no one should be left bcaind. All So if one man's on lllC p'lt'"' workins class of ooiii countries, menacing sucii political rights as the workers still retain." at. Louis Labor, -The Springfield Republican. TAFT'S Inauguration. On tbe 4th. of March 1009 William II. Tuft was installed the 27tb. presid'int of th- United States, God took hand In the Washington, March I'. Never b.is congress expired more peace fully than the Sixtieth congress Tbe Democratic filiiiusW again st the penal code bill in the senate was drawn to a close today b un agree merit ilminating from tha measure object ianible feat u res author izh- R the u?e of troops a elec ion p'aecs un 1 thJ measure passed without actually changing the law niw on the statute books. The Bailey n s 'lution declaring the right of tho sena'c l demand 1 papers and information from the . The rights of every true born American Cit:zen shill be to this disphy by -ci ding a blinding I n .lion as sacred as the Golden Lhzzird werp:ng over Washing should be taken ulong in the raw Wedge of Ophcr. When the ton, hindering.. the grpat pir- in tuts open woriU, ana.untii tins yiJ(ir,v 0f nat;on wns doclar- 'ftde anticipated. Fifty . trainH (wnclusion is re icied there can he od an(, wcnt down on tin; . pages ' we: stalled between Pbilidel no universal fraternity. In this. f etrnily it was intended by phK and-Washington, enroute oiir day itappers that every labor lhJ fourfathcr!, ,0 llst wrilJe lim0 fop the day and place of the inau big man is lwirg among n mob of )astod and 1)0oplo livC( on nrUl j gUraiion of Preside nt Taf,6. Mr. cnamtes. ow we UreaU to turn Uat r K,J0 )(g tram;led thi mjTafty'we hndrrstand sai l that tt,e coi ner, for fear some unseen nder lllL.ir (wtt;and it waits for there shou'd be more economy . . . .... .i laiamny ui iuab u.t-iv. aU t0 come U1 tQ the h(,poj t!iei,,scd in tho cxponces in carrying ! a hits! ikf rrciuf. t Vftl ! . i . . u.., t, j)oor, inorder to gain their rights on the government and make the ble lor us. lsui wnon tne i as.n farmer ajid the laborer unites j their efforts together in the love .""Bills To Stop Sp38disg of home industry and home tnan- ufacloring, then we will know ; House Passe Measure to Pre- that It will be safe to turn the comers, for then tlicre will bo no great lion of profit to tare the IIoaIi of tbe back bone of tbe poor lab rcr. And that there will be vent luckless Speeding Ily Autos nud Motorcycles. JetTerson City, Mai ch 3. The house of R-'presotatives has ad ded antorbopil'8 and motorcycles iioiliii:g but hospitality lei king 1 10" the lis' of v . bii h-s -prohibited 1 heads of the departments was upon the path of lirotherly love. from Ulair,uining a reckless Ireferred to tbe. committee on Th.-n we'will not be a fraii ti glM!cd A mnsure including the Xjudiciary after an animated ; mest each other .will) oar eyes j two vehie'es was introduced by ylebato, during whie'n Dollivr shut, we shall not be a frail to Representative Uro iks of St. and- Hoveridge made n' 'vigorous go to our bed. Not knowing ruis county, wh-irp a high defense of the president. The! where ti.e nexs meal wiil com'3 8pCl.,i . maintained on the conference report or tho lejUla-, from, but knowing that the fath- I county roads, and cime up for i - - . - -.... i i i five, executro and judicial ap.;-''' umvoru oroi.itiu.mu , pa3sasp ln lhe house, prorriation bill was agreed to. burden of taxation just as light as possible. Well Iia might say so after' his salary hag been raised twenty-five thousand dollars. Such economy will never feed the iocr, wo believe in equality as well as economy. What Socialism Is. hich follows ai amattur of cour-1 ,fJiation of industrial aro se is that all prtfit-tekicg will perors and lords ef the land, or cease. Itn!wys does when the' landlords. Appeal to Btoson, public conducts industry. Even j This supposed to bo political should thcro be a profit it woald Socmlum. MIL lS.tf . Mrs. Jane Rmcy petsced this life on March 4th, lJK 't Left 5 Sons and 1 Daughter alone to mourn eM-r her. Mrs. Raney was 71 years old thn 10th. of Fob. She was born Feb. lfith 1838. Was a good chilstian Ijftdy Mr. Calvm JJolt knew her in her young days. Mrs, lianey was ve'i known by almost every body at Mt Grove, A Friend, '' ' Sociulim morly another namo for industrial dmoercy. This inpsns that th people shall have full control ot industry, ii stead of that control biing excis ed by oapitafists. .as it is t'idar; 3ojUlism, therefore, is mar.ily an Confeiecs elminated all asalary increases in dispute cxept that of the alary of .the president cd and all will be thecqualof the which wa fixed at $73,000; I good. '. ... dsdf, III uiw mmn'. wilg antabinJanceof wheat and After ctinsiderable dlscussionjexiensioii ot popuUr rule and of corn,, aud the high- will, be jthg bill wa. pissed, mil will, now! the prineip'i for which thn Amer- broughl down,' and the low exalt- go to the Si-uate for considers Uon.'' ' ' -:T.ie Springfield Republican. , revolutionists fought in 1770. ; ffow, tbe rul f indnitry in. Volvos two biiigi- The first is. ' HOW D.CBS IT SSEM" TO YOU. "It seems to me I would like to po, Where bolls don't ring, nor whistles dont blow, Nor clocks dont strike, nor gongs dont sound. And I would have stillness all around. ' Not really stillness, but just the trees Low wbisPcrlngs, or the hum of bece. Or Brooks fait-t .. babbling over stones, In strangly'softly tangled tones. " Or maybe a cricket or Katyadld. Or the song of. birds in tbe hedge bid. .'' . Or just some nch aweet sound. '.'.? As these to fill a tired heart with cae.s If. it were not for sight or smell, . - - " I would like a city pretty well, But when it eorriea to getting re it,' : ' T would like the country lots the best. Sometimes it seems to me'I must, . : ", ' . ' v Just qnitthe cities din and dust, ! - ' . And.Retout her li9 k to to?i -r;f; ' ' Atd ts mv, how doca it seem to you'1 . , . ' , .,..'V;v .. Mrs. Cat tio:t. !-'. fil MIS '.'t4A . . ..V ate' "Htmir . - - -' . " "