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A pJi c, cream of tartar powder
Ii3 faiiic i3 world wide
No alum; no phosphate of lime
The poisonous nature of alum is
so well knorrn that the sale of
condiments and whiskey con
taining it is prohibited by law.
In buying baking powder examine tho
labd ancl Like only a brand shown
to be made nix cream of tartar.
Ceo. 15. Dowei.u
ubscrtptlon prioe ?1.00 peryear.
Eatored at the Kich Hill post-
Sc at pcoud class ma Iter.
After coDHiildDt: with friends und
taatur consideration I haTe conclud
ed to submit iu.t uame to thellepub
Jkann of th, the 6th district, as n
candidate to conure. to lie voted
lor at the primary election to be held
throuahoot the diHtrlet on the tirt
Tuesday of August, next, lfeol thnt
thooewbo have wrltteu to me aDd
others who have show n mi Interest
In th matter are entitled to an mi
ower at this time. Very rewp-cifui-
ly, W. O. ATRFKOX.
roK Mttuif r.
I hereby announce nijre!f a candi
date for sheriff1, on the Kepiihliean
ticket, of I in ten comity, nuldi-ct to
the deeialon of the Hepubiieuu elec
tors at th primary In August.
It costs a county newspaper
feicney everj time it makes a
stand on any question, says an
Almost every ether citizen be
sides a newspaper man can do
so without injuring his business,
because he is not put on record.
lYhea a newspaper publishes
ftcjthiiz it's there in black and
whito nd no way to get around
If the editor adrocates itn
W 0 ATXESQN
In another column of this pa
per will be found tho announce
ment of Hon. W. 0. Atkeson, as
a candidate for congress, subject
to the action of the Republican
primary election to be held in
Mr. Atkinson is a man of abil
ity and in the last election, when
he was a candidate for the same
office, ran far ahead of his ticket.
Mr. Atkeson will make a hot
race for the nomination, and if
nominated would poll as many
votes as any Republican in the
l?aso ball will soon tk the
slflis'O in American smusements.
Those three men whom the
Kansas bandits held Bp shoujd
be thankful they did not hate to
ont their puns.
U.v act of congress the motto.
'In God We Trust will be replac
ed on the twenty dollar cold
Senator Stone says he will re
tire wheu Missouri and the Unit
ed States go Democratic, Hail
to Methuzelah II!
Tho robber who spent six
hours robbing a mail car st Spo
kane, Wash., got $2.40. We
would advise him to learn plumb
ing. Congressman Clrk, of Okla
homa, says there is Jess illiterscy
among the five civilized tribes of
Indians than there is ia Boston.
Clark had better go no farther
east than Washintton.
Now that our popalsr highway
enyiuecr has been supplied with
a second hand spool case for a
file case, nd has heard of a sec
ond hand well rop that can be
purchased st a bargain for s
measuring chain, all ho nseds
now to complete his office equip
ment is ink and pens. It being
yet many months before poke
berries are ripe he would, like to
have some kindly disposed per
son send him a recipe for cheap,
home-made ink, and would also
like to bo informed as to the
earliest goose-picking: dat set
Dick Woodson has sold his
Tracey Spencer was st Willow
Our ncighbor.Mrs. Whitehead,
sowed oats last week.
Lester Youcg who has been
quits sick is much bettei.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood
went to Kansas City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rowden
tisited at James Dark's last Sim
day. Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Hedden
atli iv'.?d church in this city Sun-
.'Vrrodie Dark Tisited rcla
tiTc'sta this city Saturday and
Misses Edith and Nellie Dark
were yisiting Willow Groye last
Robt. Thompson of Nevada was
at Rich Hill Thursday and tisit
ed friends near Willow Grove.
Frank Mclntire was at Rich
Hill Monday and took out a load
of farm implements from Gench
Miss Loretta Houghton went
to Springfield Monday where
she will take a business course
at college. Miss Loretta will be
sadly missed especially by her
young friends. ,
Willow Gkovx, Jr.
No more fires in Foster lately.
Grrndma Brisco is dangerous
ly ill of grippe.
M. F. Journey is strictly in
for Sac township in order that he ,,rKM
may obtain some auilla.-Lock. broom-making business.
may obtain some
Weather is fine and people wiil
S j Ln U ILJ li u
I'mh your buiriei or it will pn-l j u. rinn to
ninke eveiy lick count. Stoj i le Imk, mve the
r- - -
i- . i'i-
Hi 1 H-gi
SpMUl Kof, HorM ) Cattte Stl
Et7( li la. r 0 la apart
Csr f arm Implements
S Stock h never been tn bet-
ter hape. You simply enn-
nos buy onlil you hsve seen
3 our Flows, Ilnrrcwi, DiCR,
S Planter. Cultivators, in fact
anything Jht you mav need in
the farm tool line. Come and see us
) ur f irm and erJen
with American mid
li!!slu)iij tie d and
garden fenret and save
nil lli.it feed that ordinar.
ily goes to waste.
II Square Deal
absolutely guaranteed in every line.
soon "be farming . and making
Mrs. Dr. Wilson is getting
ready for her new millinery
Lcland Sbelton has been im
proving the looks of his property
The dredge boat crossed the
railroad north of Foster Wed
nesday. Chas. Immcl has purchased
the Mills property near the
Mr. Withrope of Kansas City,
is in Foster looking after his
THE DREDGE BOAT CROSSING Mo. P. RAILWAY.
Iraa Br c- ThlUr
Mild and Severe
Instantly Cured by
t 3 0 M
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ii i y?. l-l I dfiiit
n OAY On BATc
Hen-Gsw is not to be
confounded with the commonly
told preparations for this cause.
It is remarkabla
in every respect.
Alleviate all pain in a very
For Headache, Neuralgia,
tr that dull or tired feeling,
there 1$ nothing better than
Pcsitively no ill-eHecU
Is Sht V: :i 23:
t'.:: A t) j:3 ea r.ccc!;t tf f tli
. n. Au.t?t i Oil PAST
I Ali.n'i, Iowa, V. b. A. '
Tuesday, Mffxch 10, J908.
provements, me mossbacks go trade where they pleaae. If he ii Church In this City, and the ins Democratic press ay
after him and sometimes stop publishes mail order ads the snorts thn ill rlnirtmti of Brian will bo nominated this
their paper. If he opposes itn-, home merchants go after his uA hnrrh n K in a dnrUi,;n(, 1 Jer but tliat ll WH 'Eore l)0F'U
X'.. . I..U1C'Mtk..l.. S. .! . II,
. , condition. In some respects
come nquare out without making i ... . . ,
etH mk-s and losing money, ftnd this has been the best year in the
in tho run of a year or so will in-
j provements, tho progresive sort
'get on his frame an' call hi in a
back number. If he boosts the
churches the liberal element
calls Liai crazy and if h doesn't
the church peoplo s.v he's going
to the devil If he publishes
local news, Bomo say itU a!t nori
ene and if ho doesn't he gcU it
in the neck from those who look-
cur some criticism from nearly
Hut this should not be discour
aging. The newspaper who un
dertakes to please everybody
will please nobody and If it is
:r,.:-iUj6 at lni'i,iioa
for that sort of items. If lie hoiu-nt and sincere and thought
ful the public will respect it,
publishes politics the opposition
gets into his -hair, and if he
doesn't he's, charged with being
ufrt.id to etand out for his own
opinion. If ho condemn mail or
der houses there are some peo- j
pl who fey atteud to his own' Yesterday cloaca Ihs conftr
lusistjssjtlfy hsv right ty'cycoyvunitthe W'sjnp Kt. U
Cl::3 if Centers
history of the organization, There
has been raised for all purposes
about $1,850. The membership
has been increased by the addit
ion of 30 persons. The Sunday
School is doing good work, and
the future for this church is very
promising. Harmony prevails
throughout, and another year
will doubtless witness great ad
vances. At the quarterly con
ference Friday night official act
ion was taken requesting the pre
siding elder to ask the bichob to
ir in i'J'j loan rue is 10 oay. no
was defeated by over one half
million votes then, the second
time by over 800,000 and this
time it may reach a million
Some of the farmers started
to sow oats Monday bst the
ground was too moist and they
will have to wait a few days.
roturn the fiator
Tho leap year, Easter bonnt t
and tnerry widow Jokes in the
newspapers and magazines are
worse than the grip.
A car load of Whip Poor Will
covv peas JjHt received by tie
Fc: raster Co, t
Tho New Homo Coal Co 's. shaft
No. 1 is being looked after snd
win probably be in operation
Edward Crawford was called
here from Colorado to see his
father who has been quite ser
Miss Pad Hurkholder is vis
itingin Kkh Hill this week.
Mr. R;igan is beautifying his
collage with u t;oat of paint.
Ben Rand brought out a buggy
load of fruit trees Monday.
Miss May McCulluch visited
her parents uear Keith Friday.
Miss Nellie Coleman of Rich
11.11 is visiting at the Lome of J
nearly ill of Keith
Rich Ihll Saturday,
and heeiuf friends.
I don't know whether we're
ahead of anyone or not; wo had
turnip greens for dinner the
Grandma Hooper aya the lit
tie grand ou at Chas. Mar
quardt's is doing line and that
its papa is very proud,
St, Patrick's Day. and we are
not ready to plant i.tatnes yet.
Some of our neighbors have their
gardens made, so wo will visit
thern-tho neighbors we mean.
As the springtime approaches
every on.-should see that their
chickens do not bother their next
door neighbor. If they do, do
not get angry if thc-y cuu. home
headlea. An old hen with 12
chickens can tear up a flower bed
in a few minutes that the faith
ful hounewifM has been weeks in
St. Patrick's Djy.
"Tho Wint iu of the Green"
wss ia evidence Tuesday, and oc
caaiuuully you could hear some
Moiling peiM-n humming or
whiHthng this old ballad, all be
cause March 17th is the day that
St. Patrick, tho patron saint of
all who huil from the Emerald
Isle, is supposed to have passed
over iuto thu great beyond. A
great per cent of our people are
Iris.li to a certain eiteutand ara
all proud of the fact. The Irih.
man is recounted as tho boul of
good humor, wit.teuder hearted-
ticss, and is aUo a Jovt r of tha
nice lUtlWt-Hi-," but does not
harbor ill-will. Theoai ch.r.
acteristics that all may well feel
proud of, and explain why every,
bodi i proud of anv I,le!l ,iU ,
that jay U ia thvJr wicj.