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JticKF.nyA lhiKKiiv, PuHlt-hrs.
o"a!ik a. 'n!!.)w, r.oitor.
.Vubwrfptlon price f 1.00 per your.
Kntered at the l;lch 5 till post
o I Vice a si-cond class innttcr.
With the different candidates
for president in the tie! J, the
Republican party can take a few
Knox and still put the enemy to
Putnam county now has local
option on the saloon question.
It's safe to say that there, ore
others awakening to the. evil and
Secretary Taft seotns the saf
est Republican presidential pos
sibilty. lie is a strong man,
prominent in political affairs and
the President's choice, and tviil
likely be nominated.
Many of the farmers, a3 well
as others who are complaining
about want of cars, would have
all they wanted should. the Dem
ocrats get in power. The trou
ble is, would they need them.
President Roosevelt is quoted
&3 saying he would run again if
assured of one southern state,
lie can have them all if he choos
es to run, as he stands today the
most prominent and popular man
in the Republican party.
A strange case of temporary
insanity, brain storm or words
to that effect, has been brought
to light in the case of Miss Eve
lyn Walsh, a millionaire's daugh
ter, who says she would prefer
to be an editor. Poor girl, her
case is hopeless.
The Washingtor Post says:
"With one scientist, perfecting a
machine that will do away with
the desire for sleep end another
working on a machine that will
raise the dead, it begins to look
as if there is still hope for the
Democratic party, after alL.
Nan Patterson seemed lo for
get the former trial in which she
was the principal factor when
her life was at stake and also her
dying husband in California
when she stopped near.Pittsburg
and caroused with 6ome gay au
tomobilists at an inn. Such a
woman is no doubt Hearing the
lowest Btage of degradation and
does not deserve the respect of
anyone. Experience ') not
teach some people lessons and
when the chains of sins. fasten
themselves around one, their
self respect, honor, everything is
I A WATCH
Tt.31 Ycu Can CeFekS Upon
$ 1 something everyone
needs. To have conll-
$ denee lu (i truHty tlme-
S piece mean money ami
W time save.
Vt . W haveronfideue lu
5) . our line of watclu-a and
$ that It I ouijoh1 of
VI of standard makes, as
5 Elgin, Waltham, Hampden,
'A and Kockford
2 movements 1 sutUcent
-j proof of thelrrcliahllity
' WE ('AhJU
i the best lineof Phonographs.
lV. 0. MYERLEY.
Jv Have you any old eter
iA 11m if Kit verspi ion", watch
cius- or rinti. We pay
highest market price for
.) old silver.
tr; . . i
We have quite a ' lot of blunk
AfhJlvilf, Oil and Gn !rase,
Farm lces O t'fj of Ollkf, Smie
nieiita of election expense that we
will tl! to tboe reeling- tame, at
v-v as tin te g'Mtn uny where.
Tf.a rresi.lentuil Situation.
Th pi csidi'titiiil campaign lins
begun to warm up in the. F-ast,
and the first impulses have
reached as far west ns Missouri.
Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania,
w as not regarded as a candidate
until the Republicans of that
state unanimously endorsed him.
which caused the other candi
dates to sit up and take notice.
Although Secretary Taft is sup
posed to be the administration's
candidate, ho is making little
headway in the race because of
the fight against him in Ohio, his
home state. While the endorse
ment of Ohio is not absolutely
necessary, yet it would go a long
way toward solving a knotty
problem. Until Taft has secur
ed the endorsement of his own
state, other states that would
likely be for him, will be
slow in expressing a preference,
and the progress of his campaign
is necessarily retarded.
On the other hand, Senator
Knox, with the solid Pennsyl
vania delegation Deiuna mm,
Uncle Joe Cannon, backed by the
Illinois delegation, and Vice
President Fairbanks, with Indi
ana back of his candidacy, are
reaching out into tho states that
have no candidate, and moulding
sentiment for one or the other.
Although tho national convention
is now a year off, it is safe to pre
dict that when the great assem
bly that will name Roosevelt's
successor is called to order, no
one candidate will have a major
ity of the delegates, and we are
of the opinion that there will be
no less than four very strong
candidates before that conven
tion, no one of whom will have a
long lead over the other three.
The result is almost sure tb be a
hard fought and long drawn-out
contest, with excellent chance of
its terminating like the conven
tion of when Garfield was
In this state the political pot
has begun to boil and the hungry
office seekers are anxious to be
first to line up for this, that or
the other candidate, so as to be
in line for political preferment;
but the conservative men of the
party are inclined to keep down
factional fights and line up the
rank and file for the party poli
cies which President Roosevelt
has popularized; making the
question of who shall be the
standard bearer a secondary
matter. While there is some
talk of a "reactionary" candidate
which comes principally from
the mugwomp press, as a matter
of fact, Taft, Knox, Cannon and
Fairbanks are ail closely identi
fied with the present administra
tion and have been its loyal sup
porters Taft as a member of
the President's cabinet, Knox as
former attorney-general and now
as a member of the senate. In
there respective capacities, each
and aM of those men have been
loyal to the administration, and
to their united support of the
President's policies is due much
of his groat success. These
statements being admittedly
true, it is diuicult to see how one
man and his friends can be
classed as friends of the admin
istration and another and his
friends as "reactionaries."- Car
rollton, (Mo.,) Republican-Record.
that won't come onT appear on
liuby'w face after one buttle of
WhlU-'a Crvaia Vermifuge, the great
worm medicine. Why not keep that
smile on Imby's faee. It you kii'p
thla medicine oit hand, you Kill lit-v-erfwe
anything else but smiles on
hi fuv. Mr. H , Pluck well. Ok la ,
'.My baby h uh p.-evlli uud fretful.
Would not t-at ami I (cared le
would die. 1 um-iI a liottlu of
White' Cream Vermifuge and he
hu not had u hIi U dnr iiice.
FrituJs and tubcrileti to Urn
paper will confer a Uvor upon ue
by oiJcring their legal notices
printed in ibi piper. They can
ihtn tee for thcmtclvct whether the
nuiicet are correct or not.
Subscribe jur The Twlv.vt.
IT'S ALWAYS CD.
The Best of Packs Are Dad When
Thy Ache, and Rich Hill
Pcoplo Know It.
A had I .nek I ahvii.vm liml.
l'.nd at nln'ht wheu l('iltlm conies.
JiiHt ni bfid In the itiorriltiiX.
Kver try Ooan'a Kidney I'M for
Know they euro backache euro
every kidney 111?
If you don't, some HUli 1 1 ill pco
llcnd a cane of It:
John Pnmm, living on .JelTorson
Ht, KIch Hill, Mo., snys: "I uwd
Doan's Kidney Fill, procured at the
Oivru Drug Ktore. and they did me
a great deal of good. My kidneys
did not trouble me. but there wait a
pain In my back and shoulders and
lumbago across the email of my
back. If I stooped or attempted to
lift, sharp pntuit caught me ncrosa
the lolna. I had'attacks of dlziineM
and there would be a blurring liefore
my eyes. The use of Doau's Kidney
Fills removed the whole trouble and
I do not now require any kidney
remedy. There U nothing the mat
ter with me now and I give the cre
dit for this to Doan's Kidney rills."
For sale by all dealers. Price W)
cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo,
New York; sole agents for the United
Ileniember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Bullish Opinion on 'Change.
Wheat has given a much better
account ot itself in the last week
than the trade at Chicago had
any right to expect. Despite
serious curtailment of outside
trade because of threatened de
lays in communication by the
impending telegraphers' strike,
the market has scored a fair ad
vance. If values should continue
to improve against all ordinary
June precedent when stocks are
so large it will be a valuable com-'
mentary on the deep-rooted atd
widespread belief that the wheat
crop this year is to be a short
one both in this country and in
Mr. W. S. Warren, former
president of the Chicago Board
of Trade, states to your corres
pondent that, in his belief, tligi
price of wheat will go very much
higher before autumn. "I ex
pect," ho says, "to see an up
ward movement in wheat in Au
gust or September that will like
ly carry prices far above a dollar
a bushel." The statistical data
has never been so bullish in the
history of the wheat trade as at
the present time. The scarcity
will be so great this year, both
in the Uifited States and abroad,
that producers will be able to
dictate their own prices.
Corn will go much higher un
less we have a late fall. The
planting has been so late that the,
crop will be unusually subject tc
fvost. I think short trading in
any grain in the Chicago Hoard
of Trade will this year bo more
dangerous to those engaged in it
than playing with a buzz saw.
Judge Loving Acquitted.
Tho recent trial of Judge Iv
ing in Virginia for his life, was
one of intense interest to all.
Even though the human fiend
who took advantageof thejudge's
daughter's innocence and robbed
her of the most priceless posses
sion, ncr virtue, was KUien in a
merciless manner, it was enough
strain on an ordinary fathe'rs
mind to prompt him to do a like
deed. The judge had been con
tinuously drunk for several
years and tho jury returned the
verdict of acouittul on the
grounds of insanity.
The attorney for the defense-
closed his argument with a
touching appeal to the jury as
Sweep from Virginia the
chaste homes of tho citizens, and
what remains of the fctate? The
purity and thu dignity of our
homes is the sweetest thing in
life to Virginia. It is tho gift of
God. When anyone invades our
homes, they btriliu society and
th'j body politic tho deadliest
Old Papers in bundles for adlo
at Uil office.
Mr. Uoldie Wheal ley and little
ones, of Kansas Oty, are vUHIng
Thanks to the klndiirs ot Mr. I'd
Houghton, we were treated to A
lfiesN of lixh Monday.
Andrew Wilson, of Kiitins City,
spent a day or two with his parents
at Iteavley last week. Andrew whs
enjoying an overland trip from Shel
don to Kansas City.
Today Is Hie fourth, the great and
glorious. We are afraid Kit li Hill's
"country cousins will not respond
as readily as they wish them, to
their Invitation to come celebrate.
Too many attractions at home too
We are enjoying lieautlful weather
now. Farmers are trying to put In
fourthlrds time, ns wheat and oat a
are rlte, rueadowa are ready for the
mower, and corn and weeds are bat
ing a race to see which shall gala
possession of the fields.
Well, well! we thought Gabe'a In
dustry he mentions once In a while
so modestly was like I'.lch Hill's Im
provements all on paper but, af
ter seeing that floe garden ot his, we
will have to confesa we were rule
taken. If something don't happen pretty
soon, Willow Grove will go by the
board. One of our friend kludly In
formed us one day that a "fellow
can't set a fence post any more but
that a blessed newspaer reporter
gets hold of It and pats It In the pa
per." Iiut alas, there won't any
body set a fence post auymore.
Her. W. W. Illalock, of Eldorado
Springs preached at Heavier church
Wonder what Prof. Robinson will
lie doing next Gone to carpenter
ing for J. A. Ilorron.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thomas went
to Foster Thursday on a visit, rt
turning Frlduy afternoon.
Mrs. Carlo Wheatley and children
of Kansas City, are visiting tvlativee
and friends In this vicinity.
Fred Hoeper and wife, of Iteavley,
and Misses Lilly and F.mma Mc
Coun, of Sprague, Kundayed at Mrs.
John Farrar wnnta to when know
we were going to bring him sumo
njil and we' haven't seen but one
upples on our trees.
Mr. Andrew Wilson waa rhosvn
HuiHTiutendent of Keith Nuudtty i
school. We are sure he will do all
la his power to make the 8. S. a suc
The ground Isn't la a shape to
cultivate too tmicti rain, so the
farmers will mostly all celebrate.
Wheat cutting atill goee on regard
less of the uiud. .
Dr. Allcn'e o tiles Is Died up real
comfortable for hie tick visitor
i' lee trie fan, easy cbalra and nice
couch, but his medicine tastee Just
aa bad aa ever.
"Ualsj" and '(.'Upper," of the Re
view, were In town Saturday. Gabe
said he had leen so busy working
that his new grandson waa three
dnye old txrfure be bad time to go
see hi in.
The relatives In this neighborhood
of Mr. Hud Wheatiey, of Hutler vie
lulty received ths aad tldlnga of
thu serious condition of that good
lady' health. They did not think
she could live but a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, J. K. WIUou ara an
ticipating itesant Kutlii-rlng of
tli Ir ehlldrt-n'thls wek. ltobert nr.
rlvd Fundny. Tom, of Knmrns llty,
ami K auk, auk Mr. and Mrs, Hup
ton and son Clyde, ot lowu.arvto be
LIT Josuh Am.em.
Ouee agalu, we will try our hand
at writing, and It these don't go the
waste bosket route, we will endeav
to come uga.!n.
In iM'lnntng our letter, we leg to
say that on account ot our long ab
sence, solus of ye country eerlbee
may tiling ttiat Sleti iiaa filed a
natural death, but tit Idea of iirti
being dead ia ua abnurd as the ami
shining in the night-time, ludced
MeU U more alive uow than ever be
fore lu her history. Now this Item
may apiar aa stale uewa to ao.ue
of the inhabitant of Meta, but fcinco
our last letter Met La Uvo Incor
porated and la now fathered by a
mayor ami council. l)ur1ng the rv
cent iut. thu cUy dads have framed
evi-rul ordinance wbtcli are Kood
things for the town uud tbv conven
iences of the peoi'le.
I'erhnpa many of your reader will
behind to learn of the fact that a
number of men and voiueti ot na
tional reputation n 111 fclteak III tlk
Chatau'jua that U to le held at Ft.
bcutt thl tUOUtU, the lints brlcg
Reduction , fi.V Reduction
Salebetin, (, rtHlQ? Salebegin
Wed.July io. lAiliy OUlfisi ' Wed.June to.
ORLU STOCK RIDLCTION SUE
Dainty Summer Wash Goods.
Wash Goods that you are needing right now
are offered at sweeping reductions in order
to effect an Immediate clearance. Sale begins
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10TH.
Q "X8 ,ll? finest ZQc wash fabrics we own, includ
jng Spider Silks, Silk Mulls and Silk Warp
Eoliennes, in solid colors and printed patterns.
bays 35c and 40c wasli goods in this season's
.newest weaves in stripes, checks and plain
IITC b"y 15c and 20c wash goods including fine
sheer organdies, tissues, mulls, and a small lot
of novelty ginghams, in plain, floral and check designs.
Ifl fj buys finely woven Lawns and ,wool finished I3a
tlstes in large variety of patterns including dots,
checks, figured and floral designs.
J. N. UTTERSON.
We call your attention. to the
great bargains that are being
offered during this month in
Wo have one of the . largest
stocks of Furiture ever in the
city. Look for our prices.
J. N. UTTERSON.
A CARLOAD E BOXING
at a LOW PRICE. Just the thing
for chicken pens, hog houses, etc.
LET US SHOW YOU.
phone 3i Williamson & Montgomery.
See us for drain tile.
from the 14th to the SOth. Among
the most prominent sHnkers on the
(irogram aa ptiblUlH-d Is V. J. I iry an,
the world's grrntest orator. This
will give all ths folks In this part of
the country an opportunity to go
over to see utid hear the famous
Nebraskun. Hen Ides Mr. Krynn, a
number of senators and representa
tive front several states will c;ik.
There Is ons petiker wln will fnter
taln, rvUlly students of hUtory.
It Is Mrs. l'UWett, wl low of the fain
our Conti'dernte general of lh ( Ivll
War. The sul.J.tt she will dwell on
a Tkket'a Ijist Charge." and will
no doubt be Interesting, not IsTause
she la a woman but Ufa use she Is
the wife of the brave hero, who invds
no monument to js-rpetuate his
memory aa the most endurlug monu
ment Is In the heart of the America u
The mayor and postmaster of our
town has t-n ou tho sick list uud
lor the pat two or three weeks, the
posloMlce lot been coutilctou ly
his alwncp. '
Tho new bank building that I be
ing erected on main street is a mod-
ConjumpUort i lees
Certain relief and
iU remit from the following treatment t
Hope, ret. fresh air. and C- -
era In-nitty. It Is Nlug l.ullt of
material of a very suUtantlal na
ture. Such a liulldliig ought to
atand live hundred years.
U. I. KlItsTSOIl Is Kill) rwtlliff
buiiieM iMill.ling on the east side of
jmuln sinvt which fills a vacant lot
and adds to the appearance of the
; tow n.
I The pco h. ,,f tho M. p.. Cbuuh,
, South, gsive an . p crenm siuhht at
.let Saturday i.lKt,t W learned
' that the aiipH-r was a success, buth
j socially and ftiiam lully .
w nsaiimu who, against all odds,
attained the l,lg,.t i1110r a (mia
couhl ui t ta tht I'nli. ..I w.... ... .....
Inrd s llen houii.l Syrup has atukln-
ed a phue never e.piulled by any
Uh.T Ilk-remedy, u U . sure cure
for t'ough-, ( olds bronchitis, lmu.
en.i and ; Pulmonary dM.,rik
.1-very mother should keep supplUd
j with this wonderful cough medicine,
.u i'j wp..ra nrug Htore.
IUad tho Tiuhune. $1.00.
deadly than it ued to be. -
60o. AND tl.OO.