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lit Kf III,
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The Important Issue
With the Republicans of the
Sixth Congressional District is
not what was done two years ago
by Ihf blundering of the friends
of some candidate who imagined
onv." I ivtrMwis. i thov had the bull by the tail with
9iKln..i'i . I Sile tnpir. OS j
- . - .- . a down hill pull, but what will be
.I !.-r t Kfh HIM. -OWI'I ' "
Iff nbliCrtii Call.
Pursuant to cail, the Republi
cans of Otigo township, will
meet r.t The City Hall. Kich Hill.
Mo.. Saturday. May T.th, to select
j- delegates to the county con
vention to be held r.t Uutler,
Hates Co., Mo., Saturday, May
lit, for the purose of selecting
delegates to the State, Congress
ional, Judicial and Senatorial
(i. A. Dki.amatkk. I'lmi.
Hon. W. (). Atkeson's name is
nioniioned as a probable candi
dato fr Congress. He is a good
man and a good campaigner, but
v. it 1 1 two candidates Hates coun
ty will hardly succeed in landing
It is a well known fact that the
Republican candidate of two
years ago was defeated by a
.smaller majority though he was
"a man unheard of previously in
i the district" than any candidate
since the year II. E. Iewis was
nominated over another candi
date by the blundering of that
other candidates friends; so that
sometimes a slight blunder may
seem to be not a bad thing
though it may result in the suc
cess of the other fellow. What's
the benefit of always harping
about federal patronage? The! SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemist.
i 4i. 09-41S Pearl Street, New Yorh
llltll niKIIIIIIU IIIC UUl'IHOMIHt.l a
When you go to a drug store
nd ask for Scott's Emulsion
you know what you wanti tho
man knows you ought to hava
It. Don't bo surprised, though,
if you are offered something
else. Wines, cordials, extracts,
etc., of cod Rver oil are plenti
ful but don't imagine you are
getting cod liver oil when you
take them. Every year for thirty
'ears we've been increasing
'.he sales of Scott's Emulsion.
vVhy? Because It has atwsys
been better than any substitute
I have concluded to KuUnilt my 1
mi nil-to tin' lt('iulillciin Convention
to lx- la id at Itlth Mill on lune :'1st,
an I I lii formal niiiiouiieeiiient Im
nuide after env'ul consideration
uinl In order that my friend may
know definitely that I inn a ennill
daU tor tho nomination for Con-j
crvH prior to tho township c.invrii-;
tioim to bo laid on May nnil the '
county convention to lie held on j
W. . Atkkko.n.
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While our political opponents
have some mighty good men out
as candidates for the nomina
tions and will likely nominate
some of them forotlice, yet there
is no good reason why the Re
publicans should not nominate
just as good men and even a little
better. The Republican party
was never so well supplied with
good oflkial timber as it is in
this year of grace, HM.
At San 1'rancisco where the
mayor, governor and military au
thorities all kept their heads and
their senses there was no fric
tion or conflict of authority as
there was in Chicago a few years
airo. There was no attempt .to
make political capital for any one
at San Francisco but each one
seemed to recognize the duty to
!e done and did it as he saw it
without stopping to blame or crit
icise any one else.
The members of the Republi
can league Clubs Convention
down at St. liouis must have had
an exceptionally good time They
are reported to have had regular
knock down arguments over the
adoption of some resolutions in
troduced by the man who always
has 'em. You can always bet
safely on a tight between fac
tions down at St. Louis. That's
what they have the factions for.
It wouldn't be St. Ijou'is if there
were no fact ions.
have about as many friends as
the rest of us, and if they have
been running things this indi
cates they have more friends
than the fellows who don't get
the offices. And if they hold
midnight seances to further
their interests they set the rest
of us an example of industry and
liersistence for which we ought
to profit withal, and not charge
it up against them as an official
sin for which there is no pardon.
While we may not have the en
ergy and foresight to do as they
do, yet that should not hinder us
from admiring their pluck and
"get there Eli" qualities.
However let's see how this so
called midnight work has panned
out. Have we any third term
presidential postmasters, or
other federal office holders in the
Sixth Congressional district?
Can any one name one? There
may possibly be one over at
Windsor, but he is the only one,
and he has just been re-appoint
ed without any serious opposi
tion. Have not all those appoint
ed done just as much for the
party as those w ho failed to get
apiointed? And has there been
any more doubt about their Republicanism?
When we assisted in the can
vas of Hates county in ltH0, P.
II. lloleomb, the then postmaster
at Uutler, was the target at
which all the shafts of envenom
ed political spite were directed.
Then came Col. Wheeler's w id
owed daughter. She was sue-
BOc. and $1.00. All druggists
"What means the unrest of to
day?" asks Joseph Medill Fatter
son. Imported un-American so
cialistic anarchist ic damn-fooler v
largely.- Milwaukee Sentinel.
for litlDAY Only.
A CJood Word.
When it comes to raising a re
lief fund the octopus, the trust,
the monopoly and the swollen
millionaire are handy to have
around. Chicago Chronicle.
Mrs. Gus O'Ned was in town
Aunt Hetty Neat was in tov n
Wm, Copcland is to have in a
Mack Wilson snd family spent
Sunday Mt Charlie t'erry's.
We are sorry to hear Mr. Frank
Martin is quite lick again.
Jim Louder mid family spent a
pleasant day in the timber Sunday,
Miss Jeimnelte Wilson came
down from Kansas City Thursday
to spend w few week at home.
Miss Meda Hawkins of ComiIhikI
visited Moses Mlanche Mdler Mid
Dollie Daik Saturday and Siiini.tv.
Wm Uohinson, of Ueavley, was
in town Salunlav. He is looking
quite well and seems to he enjoying
The coal company, we under
stand, will not set in cait on the
Shobe tracks for a lime, as the
locks are being rrpaited.
Vhe Reinheimer Phone Co., is
pulling in a line from town out lo
Ueavley. We are glad of this a
we can talk once in a while to our
Mrs. Morris Chlfvd ha two
well developed ami pel lYitly luim
ed thick, one white, one Mark,
hatched from a doidile tlkril rgg.
I 1 VI
New mul puiiy all i!k taffeta
tihrons in widths up lo j inches in
all wa'nted colors ranging from the
soft delicate sliide of pink and blue
to the deep rich shades of cardinal
ami iinvy: aUo black and while.
Tnee are (specially adapted lor
bow, neck and hair ribdon, and
effrr u mi mi al savings for the
economical vhnopei I'er yard.
Our House Furnishing Sale
Closes Saturday, May 5.
Women ot Hot Sprlriga In I'olitca
A hotly contested municipal
election was recently held in Hot
Springs Arkansas, in which wo
men took an active part. The
cause of the unusual interest
centering in the event was the
fact that an independend voters'! T, , n,nt,v
oriraniZiition, the Citizens lm-i ,,, ,. , ,
ui(,.inw.iu ii, nv il iivv (inivr in vrrv loiielv now
provement Union, hait placed u ; Mrf Vu UiUlll ,rUllIieil , Kan-J
ticket in the lield. '1 he , sas C.ty Thursday taking with her;
Springs Daily News said of the M,lierv, .j.i, to s,ltnd .
pan iai.cn o., u.e wo...... , , . . ,
Everybody is lishing nowadays.
'Among those who have been aic
A I.. f,.....ill.. (..nil., Mr.
Tliey represented the member-, ;.
, . . , , j- iv T. L. l lenmig, Mrs. Charlie Clan
ship of the two leading clubs,! '
. ' , . , ,, away, Messrs. efcra Hellier, Larl
the Lotus and the Fortnightly, I
, . , ... Howard and Ld Ayer.
and of the missionary society of . !
the various churches. They i Our Woman's Home Companion ;
were all using their influence in came Kllin !. fresh and-
..... , 1 lintflit anl nrli'ti. It ia rhnrk full
favor ol tlie iiuieiKMHU'ins. i- - tg
iiw.i . ii,.. i.wi;..u .k.i olirooJ things iroin one cover to !
do what is termed electioneering ,,,e ,her- ,,en, ,,f reail,nK lo do
but simply sold refreshments at u i,Me for ,he ntxt """'
Now is the time ol taking down ;
K 1 1 Pt !
An unusual feature of Unlays !
election was the fact the women!
of the city were busy at the imjIIs
booths near the im11s. Their
cceded by O. D. Austin, and then' piVscnce lent a quieting in flu-! tve, taknqf up carpets, pitching
came Dell WelUm. Iiach in his
The Hates county Republican
cm -i cut ions this year give excel
It nt promise of being quite ani
mated and interesting ucm
Llys. We predict there will be
a general attendance of delegates
and mighty few proxies. Th
convention called for May 1'J is j own exclusive um
fiii-the purpose of select ing del
egales to the state, judicial, con-I'es-ii
iial and senatorial con
vi titi'Ts, but it will be an excel
lent opportunity Xor the, sire
pullers to ijot in ouie good
work and lay out some candi
dates whosw names are suggest
ed for nominations for county
ence to say the least, and the us- everything in the house out into the
You can't do good work with jxxir tool. You tun buy
good implements cheaper than poor ones if you use proper
judgment in buying. You can't beat the
John Deere line.
No need of trying. Come in and examine their
IVo. I I ;! lru I'luiitt-r,
3(llttr 1111(1 eStSllC' 11(SVM,
DIhu mul "V'1 1 i 1 1 i i-i'owai,
iiiiii(r ii xx'ttiicitiu: On it ivntoi'M.
In fact anything belonging to the implement line.
Rich Hill, Mo. GENCH BROS.
Sellers of Good Goods at low Prices.
turn has teen tlie hine-qua-non uaj jm,fiin,t v umi lMisterous lan- i Vrd " "congiomeious mess,
of (Hiliticul trickery and the high LrUa,. incident to former elec and then work like "all possessed"
muck a-muck of midnight rjtions was noticeably absent." 1 for about tight houn to drag them
tings and perj.etuul ofticial blath- Now the question arises in the Lack into the house again. It the
cr-hltiting. And yet all of them minds of thinking people If ..Ul i0ii"gets a cold bit. on the
have given way to others wh ' tlwe wiiiuhh "lent u quieting in Liiclie ,-t)le wUl)OU, .wallowing a
. i i z nt . .i fluence and the usual profanity ,
have succeeded in tilling the . . ,M,S .,,..,, , .incident! ack or wo or 'lmK """"
shas they were charged with .0 fl)nner elect ions was not icea- j mixed w ith his colfee, he can feel
Says a Democratic editor,
"Jos. W. Folk is a Democrat, he
was born a Democrat, and lie
publicans need not expect 11113'
comfort from him," We don't,
ami we are glad to see him soak
it to the city Hepublicans who
elected him. We think he is a
splendid Democratic governor.
Kansas City has planted herself
solidly in the Uepublican column
since the Republicans elected
lii 111 Hnd ve fully expect St Louis
and St. Joseph to do the same
tiling before his four years term
is out. His election has brought
thousands of Republicans to
their milk, and taught thousands
of Democrats that for thirty
years tin y hae been electing of
liters who fiiled to enforce the
Irving to appropriate to their hlv absent." why in the name of 1 very thankful. Ii makes us wish
The fact is i common sense not let the women we WCIC , j,j jmr,(1 chief am
all this "U.mmy rot" about fed ! K",'1 slt'1' ' "'V MY ;uhl t,,.tl,''ir I ,Ved w
, , -.ii 1 ..' influence (which all agree is for j ,
era! patronage is fathered by; th), wt1. of tht. l)illlnt. l.-usecl
assistant Democ rats and mother
ed by the env ious jealousies of
MiuiU uiiudctl lucu whoe snap
ping and onarhng nvcr crises
long enough to allow them to cul
tivate the friendship of even a
good) the power
Influence plus the ballot is cer
tainly far more effective than in
D;s it not see in strange that
ieonle will nrnisH women for
here Dame Nature does the
eaning. No sir. we are not
la;y. nor are we suffering from mi
anack ol spring lever.
If you are afflicted with any
working to influence men to vote 1 disease whatever, acute or chron-
right, but condemn them if they ic, including disease of women,
Major Domo of Kutticient influ- 'manifest a desire to drop their rectal disease, disease of stomach
An l till n-. lul troubli'M inwitiil by n
111-W Hint tul lui llio.l. Pile iliri-il
I M-r in ii tt 11 1 1 s- er nionry n Iiiii'IimI.
IilwiOMK ( Women. Wcari- 11 Uk well
rqili'H-il ti tn ul iIIn'iIMS it lillll II.
MiOI.V ho haM- t.tit? rV'l tir jcara cured
by lioiin' I rt .tt lui lit . W rite for quiotloii
blank" I . v.iinlnii I lull nlnl n.lvlid Irv ut
t he t o 11 Ml 1 1 lliii I h-1 nl 1 1 iiirlit of the
CASCAIONL MLDICINt CO.,
Rich lllll, M.
ence at court to cause their j opinion, in
inmuy t Li M'lHI Iw.ll.it .f f , , t lieUl sol VCS
an upiMjintmcnt of any kind. Tlie
Ki'ublicans have no votes to
spare in this district or in Hates
county. The office holders and
their friends are just as much
entitled to respect and fair treat
ment as the non-oftice holders,
and no more. We need the votes
of all. It is no crime to be a fed
eral ottice ladder, nor is it an un
pardonable sin to try to get an
appointment or to try to keep it
after it is gotten. This is no
time for bickerings and back
bitings, but rather for generous
rivalry, "or rather emulation its
to who can best work and best
agree." "So mote it be."
the ballot box for
art a jewel."
Elnoua Monhoi: Haduxk.
The next national encampment
of tho confederate reunion will j
liver, kidneys, ami nervous di
sease, also eye, ear, nose and
throat, you can be treated suc
cessfully at the consulting de
partment of the Cascatone Medi
cine Co., N. f-th st., Kich Hill,
Mo. Consultation, examination,
and advice free.
Wan 1 ho 1 District Managers to
post signs, advertise and distribute
samples. Salary $iS.oo weekly.
$3.00 per day for expenses. State
age and present employment.
Ihkai. Shear Co, yj Randolph
St. Chicago, tmiv
The Cascatone Medicine Co
manufacturers of Cascatone com
pound and a full line of remedies
and family medicine.
They have also in connection a
consulting department where
patients cosult their specialists
on chronic and deep seated dis
eases, including diseases of wo
men, diseases of the stomach,
liver and bowels, diseases of the
eye, ear, nose, throat and chest,
kidney and urinary organs. All
rectal diseases acute and chronic
Pile successfully and perma
nently cured or money refunded.
Consultation, examination and ye i,ave a (Uu i,t of cuts for
advice free. Address ll.e Coir b k of s- U bei)
suiting iJciiartmeni 01 me v as ,,
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