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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 12, 1909, Wellsville, New York ' ' ' 12, 1900. cents a Roosevelt Lays Corner stone of Memorial FARM PRESIDENT Home of the Martyr President Had Been In Litigation Although It Has Only Changed Hands Twice Since Thomas Lincoln's House Transferred From College N. and Set Up on its Original 12.Nowhoro the ot the Lincoln moro i than those held In tills Two from on the Lincoln fiu m. which has purchased by a national association for the President lay tho cornerstone of a memorial now being erected by popular to mark Lincoln's Career of Great Liberator In Speech at Laying of of the Lincoln Men Present Escort of Former Wearers of Blue and Gray For Mr. Under Auspices of the Lincoln Farm Feb. 12.-At America's near this where ' her born 1(K) years the nation paid tribute today to the memory of Abraham Eloquent extolled his and on the stands the cabin in and to protect for all time tho little log cahln in which tho martyr president was The centenary will bft figure at the laying of tho cornerstone was who delivered the main services at tho Lincoln farm heM under the auspices of the Lincoln Farm which by President labored long and assiduously in the oral Luke E. secretary of now crowned with to will speak on behalf of tho Ton federate mark worthily Iho of General Grant Wilson will ' The was f represent the veterans of the Union former and native state represented by Governor Augustus Willson of Other 1 dresses will he made by | way of and Joseph W. Folk of Life of In that brought Ills 1)ri(ie, mid home years was to Into the rough life of the farm it is now a sterile piece of and to make both ends meet the Lincoln did odd jobs of in the working the actual necessities of life were but it was a life of severe some years Thomas j served a county of public an important in i that i tax witli pick tind shovel and on | road he used to take J little Abe for and I ior thai time Kentucky few to poor and in the Uttle farm 1 nnd moved to Lincoln the rest is throuch ' men at nil the years that he j New to his first Tie rarely country owes the Taken and at 12.Tho nt pea nf ihn hound from to L. Ti. Stanton of In a ' ' by nf Use or ' and 1-. of bound for h in an on the of the Kivira -t ' !! of the In is t 200 feet 1! Pho and is uv a Parade of Citizens Miles in AT Draft of Made on Tnp - Mr. Taft Assembly Votes to Take Report of Consulting Be a Complete Approvai ol Present and Methods on the Canal Sure to Be Compiete J by 1915. 12. here Panama ari he of Japanese In on the of h sua evident of t mad other of 1<t1v, dopting Governor to to defray of show Uie of Japanese tn California the wVA J heartily pent from tc h for lock of the HuH ' Mate Robbins of ' one filled a. old ' for a wick terch which nt the a brief irx aro in season that of of Mr. S Y. M. centennial tng nicht be sf Great at In Kew ' Brings Six Steam ers to Her SENT FROM Eng as V. lu to to thp he wlU About d in a request br far Asiatic the a re- hj Marc for special election wherein of might express on of Asiatic Vas by a voie of 22 to of the executive at had special in but its chut on a of order the not M rst r graft at to of Mr. to W. ot its Lloyd who hail active charge of the j today's t and other ers and Who Steamer Comus Came Up With Water Was Gaining on Men at Pumps a Foot nn Wireless Sent to Cape and 1,000 to Sea Brought Steamer Lorimer and Revenue Cutter Onondaga 10'the' the to but after he had become president of Ignited he known to the war is over I would like very much to visit my old Kentucky T remember It ho never did return and the farm and the little log cabin had a Thomas sold the place to a family Creal and It in their hands for over ItK beautiful rock spring was apparently its one Feb. 12.--Thf- in off is for the of a A to the from Cape that at the rate of one fool per and ' cannot any swept to i The revenue cutter already en route to was ordered to answer signals of the hi the ureal 1ii>erator was In the cabin removed from Its site to i another a mile and a half near There it served as a house until the early when it was bought by an enterprising | man and carted around tho country to i and tho revenue cutter an attraction at world's fairs doga are keeping more or less distant and From this ' on to Sing Escaped Tuesday From Prison New Feb. tho' and convicts in Yoi N. Tiur men were in a from and rendered were lo Sinu men in their .oi the while in m a small ou The grub at Cue l v. iuk fit and we on to Feb. 12.-Thanks to summons sent bv steamer rather Norte of tho Southern had to there and in Steamship of Mr. to tis plan or it as yet r. of steel it was rescued by Mr. The outgrowth of his efforts to preserve It US a perpetual memorial for the nation Ing feature and only recently has Lincoln Farm awakened to tho realization that j labors will take concrete form any value the marble memorial which will bo yield in corn and From ' around and over the shack Iti time to time the have was thai the birthplace i as escort for President for Philadelphia from and sighted twelve miles j of the Diamond Shoal j Ing signals of in a message sent by the up bv the j which hastened lo the assistance of the disabled The K1 Norte then proceeded upon of I on Be Built Around Plant on tii cf St. Louis John Feb. 12.-A new cit y. ig to be built by corporation which r. go atoa ce to bs that be s. - on G atan but ti-as Che dah of Three of Nine dieted Called For 12- The of in city wtU trial dort f-f A. t r. a of thit he tried on of In addition far ard a in ali all to ta for trial out cf the alleged the in York Provision 2 1 northern 2 L b. Mixed 25 lo it to 4.2 to was to be hut as a matter velt and lending a very It has only hands touch to the occasion were the from tho captain of the Matanzas since Thomas original trans- bers of the post of the Grand he could keep vessel plant to-be at a point on the Louis three oi furnaces are to be located few years ago it was civen into the management of a Rev. J. who removed the cabin to the exhibition at and of the Republic and the When tho came up with the bers of the of the a few hours Confederate Tho of blue the gray on this from it to some exhibitors who took it many of about the as a travelling a year or two ago the were found in a cellar at whero it waA stored and with ceremony to its original by Robert J. Tho farm itself has the i of litigation for Finally in it was advertised that Aug. the was to be sold from the courthouse steps at public outcry to the highest J. Collier of New York city had been negotiating for the property find upon the appearance of this notice lie dispatched Mr. Richard Jones to Hodgenville with instructions to buy the place if Collier interested a group of representative American in forming a national association for the preservation of this This group of organized tho was promptly Incorporated under the laws of The title of of ona at once was saining on the men at the at the rate of a foot an hour and her captain decided to stand I A by him to the I station and out to sea a brought r to the j scene and two stood the 5 o'clock when she I was reported I tho The I Larimer leaving the ComuK on Then j The Comus the Cape whose are hi wireless was received with i with the nt is to great The as orator Mon Who at the Lincoln farm beuan The address delivered by who on Lincoln He was by theme was Minnesota side of the auxiliary plants are to be located cu. tho Wisconsin Steel corporation and of ou th ' Wisconsin Tho of has drawn and put been tu ou an to the i c- a thas thf city what that 31 and full liS Provision ti. 1 2 7.X. 2 t,T\5C t No. 2 b. Nsv 3 i - to States Association In New York Now of importance playera out Ity the meeting nf the j the and with the 1 1 Eitel en route from spoke for Confederate Last on list of speakers General James Grant the well known writer and who spoko for ' The Thy laying of the cornerstone tho Roosevelt spoke as We liave met celebrate tho hundredth anniversary of the birth of of the two or three greatest to New the on j her way from New York to tho Seminole bound from Turks Island to New and out from for tho will not want for should it be on Sib Canvass Cost 12. ' his expended afi a the fpr tho 1b in ial filed witia the of be held In city tonight the mattet a to come the are in tho rules the trame and the governing the for the Dwight W. international - now held by the upon the foot fault the of the standing out for tlie part by tha as a oc i 1 was prevail now hut c-f ' - - to 13 export 5C to Ace fo to AND No track 2 Gets Union it M f la and - this
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