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of Uncle Sam
should l deeply interested in what he has said about soda
crarkers, because they are the one food with which al! of
them are familiar.
nc!e Sam has given out figures showing that soda
crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements,
properly proportioned, than any food made from flour.
This is saying much for common soda crackers, and
much more for Uneeda BlSCUlt, because they are
soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better
more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly.
The damp, dust and odor proof package retains all the good
ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best
baking, all the purity of the cleanest bakeries.
Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks oest
for his people. His people have shown that they think
Uneeda DlSCUit the best of that food, nearly
400,000,000 packages having already been consumed.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
' ' A story hail from Nebraska
that might bo used a an exam
ple to show the Kolllshnc.su of
woman. A man and wife bought
a section of lan J many years ago
at the low prevailing price of the
period and for many years tilled
and harvested. At last plenty
having come their way the hus
band decided to sell the place
He received a magnificent ofier ;
that represented thousands of
dollars, and having the release
papers made out, took them
home for his wife to sign. Im-i
agine his surprise when she re
fused to sign them. Argument
failed to move her and at last the
husband appealed to his attor
ney to reason with the woman.
The attorney drove out to the
farm nnd discovered that the
woman had never had any money
of her . own and felt that she
should be given a cash sum if the
transaction was completed.
She had worked hard and
faithfully, she said, for many,
many years and she thought it
no more than right that she be
allowed something in the way of
ready money now that the home
was to be sold. The attorney
agreed with her and asked her
what she thought she ought to
have in the way of cash. Ima
gine his surprise when the wo
man after thinking a moment,
said, wilh determination in her
voice, "Well I think I ought to
have at least $1.50 Ex.
M -t Mtf ,.
Cllcntl I. "Mit iihvU In
Monday lu February. May
County court meet lt Monday In
February, May, Augimt and No
Probate, court meet 2nd Monday
In February, May, Auguet and No-tphjIkt.
Meeting of Township Itonnt.
Flrnt WedneMdny after tlrt Tues
day tn April.
F1rt Tuesday after first Monday
Third Monday of Novemlier of
each year at office of the township
Via the Mlns.Mirl Pacific It. ft.
8K"lnl Honieweker rate to -nil
point wettt. wouth and coin hweet.
ticket on on I) Jutit- .1 n nd 19, July S
nud 17. Anir. 7 mid SI. Sept. 4 Hiid IS.
Oct 2 und 1C, and Nor. 0 and 20 at
verj low rHtt'N. via Mo I'iic.
' U. A. Bailky, Agent.
W prmiiiHIf tllu I), a Kurt-urn
-J sodi, or I I ito oi invriuion lot
.1 I - S (in.)
VVe are anxious to have every
Republican in close touch, and work
ing in harmony wi t" h,the Republican
National Cngres j onaI Committee in
Jor the elect ,n 0f a Republican
The Congreswc nal campaign must
be based on the administrative and
legislative record of the party, and,
that being so, 1 beodore Roosevelt's
personality must, be a central figure
and bis achieTements a central
thought in the campaign.
AVe desire to maintain the work of
this campaign with popular subscrip
tions of One Dollar eacJU from Repub
licans. To each subscriber we will
tend the Republican National Cam
paign Text Book and all documents
issued by the Committee.
Jlelp us achieve a great victory.
James S. Sherman, Chairman.
V O. Box 2063, New York.
lU'irvwututlv. tieo. Church.
Circuit Judge C. A. I'enton.
Probate Judge J. A. 'Silvern.
Sheriff M. II. Morri.
Circuit Clerk U. M. liarklcy
County Clerk .1. F. lleml.
llecorder T. K. l.Ule.
Trvnuuivr W, K. I'.i 11.
I'n.n. Atty. A. 1'.. I-udwKk.
Schoid Com. A. Ij. lvch.
Hurvcvoi i:. II. Hormu.
AdinlnUtrntor S. 'J'. Iiroiddui.
Coroiii-r V. II. Allen.
I'li-HliiUij; Judi J. W. Mi-I'tid lrii,
Abn.lutt " Jiio. Aniihtroi).
' 1". A. I'-ru. f.
Subscribe for TiikTkiucm:. "
r.U-h Hill Lod;re No. 479. A F & A
M.. meets 2d and 4th Mondny nlirhta.
W. K. Tycnrd. W. M.; B. Birk. ec.
Ul. li 11111 Lo.l-re No 412. I O O F
inet-tM rverr Friday tdht at Odd
I ellow-M Hill. T Kelwo, N G; L F
l'.kh Hill Uidsi No. Sea. K. of P.,
imvth every Tuenday nllit. Ed Mc-
arty, Jr., C.'C.; John Connelly. K.
.f U and S.
t)pag Lode No. l0, K of P meets
rach Monday night. Julian nigert,
C C; i: II Tarver. K of It and S.
Uii h Hill Camp No 1911. M W A,
iniH-ts every Thursday niht. W W
i-Vrs;'ioii, J l.Miirtin. "erk.
Pine I'aliip No 34. W ( W meetM
very Weilui-filay liixtlt. W'm BlirOM,
; Watt I :i ' hi, lerk
Vielorla Camp So 4S-.ltoyil Nelh
n.iinuf Anieilca: nt.i'lx 'Jd and 4th
l.niday nlfjinnin K P C-NBjHmII
.In. Millie I lie key, Oracle; Mbui
Naiit-y Huekeby, P.ecorder.
j llieh Hill Lodp? No. 1, Seh-ct
Kninhtii nud Ladleo, mccta Sii and
14th Friday tveiiinK F II Chever
1 ton, Pre; W J Myerloy, Sc.
HU h Hill Council No. 184, Auier
loan tiuild meet every Tuenday
evening. K W .McManua, Pree; Don
l:i h Ilili Camp No. 217, A ) U W,
meet lt and ad Friday nlghu of
each month. 11 M Woodnou, M W;
i j Cook P.ecorder.
Iloyal Arh Chapter A F & AM
No l. meet l"t WedneMibiy night
iatu.h iiionlh. W FTyuard, HP;
I it li Ilk key, Seey.
j Order of IwtKteruSlur meet 2d und
' 4th 'l ui n.lay iilht In iwli mouth.
Mr. 1 i: Siualley, M; Mr V It
All. ll, Secy.
l U Hill t otmi II No MS, KuUhta
aiid I .u die nf S-ciirlty, meetM lilt
alidad Siitnniay of each month.
J l'.elliiiun, Pren; Nuney K lklhuan,
Rich Hill Aerie No &71. Fraternal
Order of Eagles meeta every Wed
nesday night tn K P Hall 69. Wm
H Linn, Prvs; W Frank. Hvcy.
RelM'knh Ltaljte No 216. meet-te
t nud 81 Wednwilay nltfhta t rarh
month In Odd Fell..ra Hall Mr-J
H WHIIhui, N G; Mra Alice C Martin
At a recent business meeting
the officers of the National Wo
man Suffrage Association adop
ted the following resolution:
Resolved, that we rej ce in the
endorsement of woman suffrage,
Gen Cnnby Poat No 10.O A K M-ta since our last meeting, by the
lat Saturday In each month at 8 P. United Mine Workers of Ameri-
L w -I S
)ppo5ito U. t. latent Office
WASHINGTON O. C.
it. It L McMurtrf,
P.C; Geo P
Judge Supreme ' ourt. long term.
Judie Supreme Court, abort lenn.
J. T. NKVILLK
J. U. WMITF.
KallroA4) and U'Htvbou-a Com.
E. W. FLENTGE.
Cheap One-Way Rates
West and Northwest
MONTANA, NEVADA, ETC.
September 13 to October 31, 1906.
Ask Any Frisco Agent or
Write the Undersigned.
(ii 11 1 I'.-n.M 'li'.t ' A;;et.
sr. i."i is. m.
J, C, LOVRIEN.
Ai-h't tiill I PilMieliKi r Aiil,
KANSAS CITY, MO
ca, the International Hrother
h'Kxl of Book binder, the Inter
national Brotherhood of Team
jstera, the American Federation
,of Labor, the California, Colo
rado, Iowa, Indiana, Masswchu
setts, NJaine, Michigan, Minne-
x- tt l.: -t.:.. l
soik, i'w iuuiiui v, vsiiiu nu
West Virginia State Federation!
Frisco Tliu Table.
In eff.-ct Novfiiilirr 19, pjo:,.
No. 114. PiiMHTiijrrr, 12.01 p. m.
No. 1.VI, Allxel 4 00 p. tu.
No. 141. Pnwntrer S.TO p. m.
No. l.Vl. Mlxixl 0 00 a. m.
No 144 connect at 1'leiiK.iutoii
Mill liny trnliiM north and mmth.
No. I."v4 comieciH nt Pk'HMiuton
wltbliiHt trftlnx fur Texan mid Ok
lahninn ilnt, and for MemphU
and the Huuthent; nUo with l-nl
pnwnmT nr Kanmm (Ity, nrrlvliin
nt Khhi.uk CI t.r 10 .til p tu.
fl. II. I'llMlUH. Airt.
Wc tmvc quite lot of blank
Affidavit, Oil sii.l Gs lrnm,
Farm lrnj Ooh of Oflice, Sui-mi-n'
! elccio'i ixpi nun thut mc
will m II to llm. n. i (iiniF kme.
iiw h run t-. toi'rn anv wht rc
Very f.aw IV ri '
Loulsvllie' & Ncshvllle R. R.
'TO POINTS IN '
ARKANSAS. INDIAN TERRITO
RY, OKLAHOMA, MEXICO,
TEXAS, NEW MEXICO
November G ond 20.
December 4 and 18.
Liberal ICeturn Lliultn,
For rates nnd further Informntlon
K D IU;hk.
I P A. Clm-inuntl,
J E Pavkni-out.
D P A.!St lMlU,
H C Baii.ky,
N V P A.Chlcngo
J II M M.I.IK KN.
I) P A.LoulxTlllt!
LStMiic, Gen. 1m. Agt.
WANTKH by I h ten go wholesale
'n.1 mall order Iiouih1. nH!tant
iianngxT (man or womnn) for thin
tiunty nnd adjoining territory. Sul
try J) 00 undexMnneM inld wwhly;
excne money . advanced. Work
ileaaiit; position iH-rmattent. No
Invevtineiit or cxiHTlenn? required.
Spnrc time TaltihMe. Write nrAmcc
for full particular and endow. '1N
addrcMwd enveloiH. Addrvtwi, (Jr.t
r k a i Manager, 134 I. Ijike H t.
Don't Neglect Insurance.
1 1 you winl (rood fire insurance,
tiMi furifl thai I Tpr.-vni One of
i. i i :Tp t-i e. in nif United
Geo. 1. IIcikbby.
Ccn;rf ssicr.a!, 6th Dist.
W O. ATKEON.
Senjtorial, I6th Dist.
J. K. OVEItRY,
of Labor, and by the Democratic,
Prohibition, Socialist, Indepen
dence Ix-ague and Union Iabor
J parties of California; in the
granting of the full ballot to the
two and a half million women of
Finland, and the nomination for
the Finnish Parliament of our
friend, Baroness Alexandra Gri-
penborg; and in the decision of
the two courts of AppeaU of
Florence and A neon a that the
women of Italy have a right to
Por Sheriff '
F. UK A It D.
For Circuit Clerk
W. M. I.YLK.
For Itccorder 1
JOHN U. MOOHi:.
Kor Prowuttng Attorney
P. II. 1IOLCOMU.
Tor County Clerk
It. W. BAUTON.
J. W. BOBBITT i
For Probute Judirc
OKO. P. 1IL'CKI:HV.
For County Collector
For County Aetor
P i BOWLINtl
For Putjllc Admli!ltrutor
is. B. ALLISON. I
Prenlillug Jud County Court
It F HA it pi: It
Jud Northern l)Utrlct
W. H. DkAKMOMI.
Judge Southern LUtri t
JNO. AllMsrjtONtl. '
A Fireside Knutftucfl.
"Men and women are but men
and women not tods -very hu
man and frail and faulty, and,
adoring over-keenly, they de
inand too much and forgive not
at all." This is the burden of
Justus Miles Forman's delight
ful love atory in the November
McClckk'b, one of those brief
and exquisite bits of lyrical prose
which reads like a snatch of nong
The story of the falling out of
two young married lovers and
their happv reconciliation is told
with the tender, compassionate
irony of one who envies while he
smiles at the follies and extrava
gances of youth.
Mrs. Sarah A F.vuns, of, Port
land, Ore., bus been appointed
pedal police ;nun by Mayor Lane
iu order to iouUo her work as
ALWAtl WAV ICK
hen u man uvij h lie ulwiiya wna
Ick troubletl with a eolith that
latel nil winter what would you
think If tie nhoutd iy he never a
nick iio Ualn ISallurd'a lion huund
Kyrup Stftli a man ixUta.
Mr. J.C. Clark, iH-uver, Colorado,
write: "For year I wa troubled
w 1th a aevere cough that w ould liuil
all w Inter. ThU couh left I no In a
nilratl coudltlon. I trh-d Hal
Inrd' Horvhouud Hjrup i ud have
not had a nick day lueo. That'
what It did for me "
Hold by Ojieru Druj; Ktrv.
AfUralotig fight the women
of Colorado have aocurtd eijua!
representation with men on the
Democratic fcitato CvntruJ Cow
nmtMrMffaM rf irU ta'WtNl
XM1I 4 I hMr lai CaH-f tiaWptotttf.
wVvtr ka .r he l.it M k l
fr'9 aAiHfMl tM)et,) -i AO tff A !'
roana-", A fM. lkfllM tUB M.CU J
I f r Wuir4. Wiw pn mi mm m
Ateti naniM4l. I l(n t . iiaj; 9 (M 4.
w PriM (kiaj m pmmmq
CO YOU READ
HAND IN YOUR
$1.00 Per Year
G?o, B. Conover, local At.