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Western Kansas World.
Established March 1, 1879. Official Paper of Trego County. Saturday, October 30, 1897. Republican County Ticket. For County Treasurer. A. L. GLEASOX, For County Clerk. L. G. JOHNSON. For Register of Deeds. C. II. HEX SOX. For County Surveyor, J. It. WILSON. For Sheriff. TIIEO. COURTNEY. For Coroner. JOSHUA GROFT. For Commissioner, 2nd District. A. P. IIINSHAW. Ogallah and Adair will vote for Ed Griffith for township trustee. Vote for Groft for coroner. He is steady, trier and true, and has never been found wanting. Vote for Garland for trustee in Willcox township. lie is competent and accommodating. Republicans of Collyer and Banner will vote for Morrell for township trustee. Give him a big majority. Vote for Courtney. He has demon strated his ability to run the office of sheriff. Compare his record and that of Lynn. Vote for Grant Marshall for trustee of Wa-Keeney township. He is al ways the same and you know where to find hiui. Vote for Gleason for treasurer. There will be no jockeying with county funds if he rs elected. He is substantial and safe. Vote for Johnson. He is a fanner, a tax payer, and is inteiested in the upbuilding of the county. He is well qualified and will make an excellent official. " Vote for Henson for register of deeds. He will give the office his un divided attention. He does not want it as an adjunct to a real estate, land shark business. Vote for Wilson. He is a good sur veyor, an old resident and a heavy tax payer. He has been tried and all admit he is in every way qualified for the office of surveyor. Vote for Hinshaw for commissioner; Not as a personal favor to any one. but because it is the only way you can protect your own interests as a tax payer. This matter has gone far beyond the personal favor stage. The letting of the county printing is only one among many important consider ations and Hinshaw has shown that he cannot be stampeded by any body and has shown respect for the law and the courts. No wonder Olson fights him. HOW WILL YOU VOTE? WHY? Compare the Following Statements of the Two Parties. It Will Aid You In Deciding the Question- Let no one imagine that because the election in Trego county is only for county officers it is not of great political importance. There is more involved than the mere question of what particular men shall fill the offices and draw the pay. We invite the attention of every voter to the roilowlng statement of the position of the two parties: Republican politicians say that aoout the best campaign document they ever saw is in circulation in Crawford county. It is a circular entitled "How Are You Going to Vote? Why? It is issued by John Randolph as chairman and W. II. Yarcho as secre tary of the Crawford County Republi can committee. Last year the Demo-Pops claimed that there was not enough money in the country with which to do the business of the country, and ' this be cause the world's money dealers had conspired to enhance the value of their holdings gold by striking down the money of the people silver. The Republicans declared such a conspiracy 'impossible, said no money had been stricken down, and that there was plenty of money to do far morejausiness tlnn was being done and that it would be put to work as soon as the free silver, cheap money conspiracy was strangled, and confi dence restored. Which part' was right? Which party told the truth? Tiie Demo-Pops said that if free silver did not triumph in the national contest, the price of all farm and labor products and the wages of labor would at once fall. The Republicans declared that the triumph of sound money and protec tion, meant an increase in the price of farm and labor products, and a re sulting increase of wages. Here are the facts: 139; 13!)7 Wheat $ 67 $1 00 Corn 2:i 30 Oats ,. ' 17 21 Pork, oarrel 35 S 20 Butter 12 18 Potatoes 25 65 Most wage rates are already increas ing in many instances 10 per cent or more. Which party was riht? Which party told the truth? The Demo-Pops said that the price of wheat and the price of silver are inseparable connected, and must rise and fall together. The Republican party declared that price is controlled by the relation of supply and demand; that as the de mand is relatively greater, the price is higher. Then, silver was 65 cents an ounce; wheat was 67 cents per bushel. Now, silver is 55 cents an ounce; wheat is $1 per bushel. Which party was right? Which party told the truth? The Demo-Pops said that if Mc Kin lev and gold stanuard triumphed, sil ver money would at once be driven out of use, no more would oe coined, and no man could buy goods or pay a debt except with gold. That this would be the verdict of the jury in the People vs. the Gold Shylocks of 1873, which shylocks had driven the people's money from circulation de monetized it. Metallic money in circulation in the United States: In 1S73 Gold, per capita, $3.23; sil ver, per capita, 15 cents. In 1897 Goid, per capita, $3.40; sil ver, per capita, S8.80; total metallic money, $17.20 per capita. Increase in metallic money in circu lation Gold, 160 per cent: silver, 5S67 per cent. ' The United States Government is still coining millions of silver dollars monthly; every one of them will pay one hundred cents of any man's debt (except by express contract to the contrary) or buy -one hundred cents worth of any man's goods. Were the Demo-Pops rights? Did they tell the truth? Lastjear the fusion Moses. Bryan, declared that if free silver did not triumph, if he was not elected, the people were forever enslaved, and he would be at once compelled to "shut the gates of mercy on mankind.'" Have you seen any new slave marts? Have you heard the gates of meicy clang? Was the Demo-Pop right? Did he tell the truth? Last year the Demo-Pops said to the farmers, vote for us, that is the only way for you to get more for your products, wheat, corn, etc., and pay less for what you buy, farm labor, coal, manufactured articles. etc. They said to the farm laborers, coal miners, factory men: vote for us, that is the only way to get higher wages that is to get the farmers to pay more for the products or results of your labor. Support - McKinley, and you are ruined. The Republicans said, these two things are self contradictory; let us join to support the protection of American labor, American agriculture and American trade, and we will thereby secure the best advantages for all. Support McKinley and you benefit yourselves. Which party was right? Which party told the truth? Last year the Demo-Pops of Kansas said that if they were elected the penitentiary coal mines would be worked in the interest of free labor. At this time, one in position to know says: "Coal mined at the Kansas peni tentiary is being sold in the open market, and Populist officials are traveling over this part of the state (near Leavenworth) selling it. Penitentiary coal is now oeing put in under contract at Ft. Leavenworth and other government institutions here, thereby knocking out free labor. The Pop officials are running the miue with all the convicts they can crowd down and dealers are supplied at 10 cents a ton lower than from other mines.''' Did the Demo-pops tell the truth.? Did they keep their promises? The Demo-pop party does not stand today in theUnited States nor in any state for any agreed principle or tiling to be done. It stands today as three card montedealeraud the bunco steer er of American politics, willing to de ceive any voter for "pie"' or adopt any doctrine for spoTles. It is too wild to make a promise it can keep, and too foolish to explain one it has broken. The Democrat party is an organiz ed appetite; the Populist party an op ;n mouth: the union, belly and jaw. If you belony; to it, why? If you believe in it, what? The Republican party stands today for just what it did a year ago. Its predictions have been fulfilled. Its arguments have been verified. Its promises have been kept. It stands by its position on old issues, and stands ready to meet new ones. It is the only political organization now ext;iiit in tins country which stands for a known doctrine anil policy. If you belong to it, you know why. If you believe in it. you know what. Is there a Demo-Top speaker who would today repeat in public a speech he P'iide last year?. Is there a Republican who would not proudly repeat- in public every speech lie m;Kle last, year? Do you judjre the future by the past? or do you rely upon a political fortune teller? Republicans do not claim that Mc Kinley's election was the sole cause for the-hi.jjli price of wheat; neither do they admit that Hrvan's defeat was the sole cause of the famine and war in India. How are you going to vote? Why? John Rudolph. Chairman. V. II. Yakciio, Secretary. A few weeks ago the editor wss taken with a very severe; cold that caused him to be in a most mis-Table condition. It w:is 'undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe and rw:ortiiziii it- as dangerous he took immediate steps to brinvt about a sjieedy cure. Kroin the advert i semen t of Chamheriai n's Cougit Remedy and the in any trood lecom mendiitions included therein, wo con cluded to mike a first trial of the medicine. To say that it was salis factury in its results. ;s ii:t r i tir it very mildly, indeed. It a--ted ii!e magic and the result was :! speedy ::;! permanent cure. We have no liti tancv in recommending this excellent Coutrli Remedv to anybody aftiicted with a cough or cold in any form. The Banner of Liberty, iibertytown. Maryland. The 25 and 50 cenl sizes for sale bv Jones oc ii':son. CS J mst as Good as Scott's and we sell it much cheaper is a statement sometimes made by the druggist when Scott's Emulsion is called for. This shows that the druggists themselves regard Scott'a Emulsion cf Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos-: phiies of Lime and Soda as the standard, and the purchaser who ; desires to procure the " standard " because he knows it has been of untold benefit, should not for one , instant think of taking the risk of using some untried prepa- ; ration The substitution ; of something said to be "just as good" for a sti r.d- ! ard preparation twerh - ' five years on the roarWt, should not be permitted r 7 i the intelligent purchaser, ' Be sure : ou v-et SCOTT'S Emuls-or-. tV? j; that the nian and fih are on the wrappct '- 50c and Ji-oo, all draKsnsta. j SCOTT & EOWNE, Cbenusts, Kew York. . '::TtT Dircc: from y- Which Saves you 4 Big Profits. The Cammis son House. The Wholesaler. The Jobber end Store Keeper. - E.ROSEMURGER & C0. 202-204 E.102MSU NEW YORK CITY, v 1 IS JO SDS2.98 Our Great tirnli BOYS' ADONIS 1 I akjl HIM VP TMJ M CTs. Them Suits are fanntewd tt be tnatle from imported Wool Chev iot, in black. Bluet Urer and Brjwn, In Rises from S to a. Made up doublr-breasied. Lb &ai.or Collar Collar fancy ubroitlered lined Albert Twill Waist Band. CZJ Ftw-i f-r r IU I yara M ntion ace atlwjt wrtnnay. una tf iTgor J 'ST THINK OF JT ! 1 la&-vr3r?BK T rira I' tit A CUSTOM MOE TO QDER $!4.00P $6.98 MAN' CK SUIT I What you can save by buying direct from the man.if.actu er. Guarantee, to be made from All Wool, Fancy brown, Oray. Bl ck or Uu Twee , made in l-itest sty e, IneJ with Imp r'ed Farir Sat.n, trimmed and finished ii trbeslof Custom Tai'or manner. You cannot duplicate it in your town for $ 14.00. Sizes 54 to 43. The same goods made for Youths. 1 j to i3, in I jng Pants, 1' ftfl Coat and Vest V.VJ i low to measure men's a youth s Suits: Measure around the breast and waist over the Vest, and from crotch to heel tor IVnts. Vr.n orx.V ii-. rend IVst-OfTicr l'x-rc--.i -ney c. ,.r or !'.?-i t rred . c.urr"-. o c "' c. - .T r rc -;:.I.dif n x f ;M y. - ? i Z-. rtirr:? for ; nr.v t. r ni-ajurc. messurlr.j t- j Vf 00 A NEW BATH TUB FOR $1.00 We will send prepaid, for one dollar, enough $t PORCELAIN ENAMEL PAINT J& to cover a bath with three coats ; or yoti may give THE APPEARANCE OF CHINA WITHOUT ITS FRAILTY jtjtt to Wooden or Iron Ware, Bicycles, Furniture or Flower Pots, This is not a paint with a shiny surface only when new, but A LASTING ENAjVIEL. Shades Snow-White, Cream, Ivory, Satin-Blue, cic Send stamp for circular. RINALD BROS., No, 30 N. Sixth Street, PnlLicflvrJa, .TTf 1 t CURES IN THE R1GJ-T WAY, A AND KIDNEYS, AND PURIFYING THE BLOOD. It is a positive cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia. Sick and Nervous Headache, Fever and Aue. Chills, and all diseases arising from z diseased liver or the kidneys, or impure blood. V(TDi:jP MvfDMRV RAlCK" Is the plan on which it is sold. If after taking B UUK; i AIM a OrlIV the entire box of medicine you do not think you have had vour money s worth, send us box, and we wi:l scnJ you a jA. It is put up :n two forms. p checic tor $1.00 powder and tablets. in no nnx'iia-. Price $1.00 for io dnses of either kind. Sent post paid upon receipt price. S.Mid locen;-; tor ten days treatment aiutcopy of Nature's Ouide to Health. 4 0.A. H. LEWIS MEDTONT? BETTER THAN WANTED. J OVER FIVR THOUSAND NATIONAL STATE AND ddiv il l KiKKS IN THE UNITED STATES are con stantly being supplied with our pens, which DURABILITY. QUALITY, SMOOTHNESS, UNIFORMITY. Take No If yoar dealer cannot sup- rlv van. aerKl to this office. Price, per 1-3 " 1 FATKKT AFTUID FOB. Tut of inkstand shows our 1 o. 3, Automatic. rite us. en tsin stamps, and we wiii send HI sample pens an i le'1 you how -et the above sianJ without cost. J? Miil to Wearer. -1 1 'MM 99 I IRIsH FRIEZE 1 $10.7: m-9 ulsters! largest Vlt:g cccr Offered. Offer! On sccourt cf the failure of one the largest Lomm salon Houses here, repre senting 'octn Mill in Ireland. ie bought last fr-r he entire production 01 their gray r: ! I ' tk Irish Frieze ot o. . piectsat'asV ? Therefore we are a hi. tos II t-rm r' '. -hove less than Hit rw matei -I r-r ce. $1075. nevei before in t-e i i lory of ck thing an.t propablencKr i-;ain will you have chance to fiet l--f such a value for yotn money. Above price fa less than the new U iff rl .1 v on the material. They art-madeupdoi.ye-l.re.tedal per cut below with rai'ed sesnvs l ;'.ed througho t Wllr extra he.'vy oven plaid linings, pinkrl facings all pockus framed anj well -tavr.l with extra cle. p storm collar and i-r.j latch. Above I'lstersare retaile-t t 5 after these are c'.ied out we will nut I . able to dii7-icJ"e y IP them for double tl -- ThlS J. SUITS, 9 years of with fast Bateen ana Tnmmins 1.. price 0.1 a c 1 01 . 7 s--the r-w t.i itT wtTl f- -X -I easuie s c ; i for a Suck I'oat. f "v- ji ing Icn:h wanted. also hight and weicht. A 2C. star.-.p w:.l s bring you samples, ' catalogue, tpe measure and b'anks. J- O we pay c:.-re s charges ard s':oud you not fc.l y cd - we will rc ur.J t.ie 5 Mp money. K mc:i: Vcr yo 1 bu- f'irect from rite of l.ie 1 T7CEt in rnrnL!'. c:ur.:' ; 1 A mcriv-a BY REGULATING THE LIVER back the guarantee, which you will uud in the by return mail. The tablets are the easier to take, reqr- Bolivar, Mo. CM VS. Ill T II GOLD SaSr- ARE THE STEEL PEN3 30 S4. v our fact alone ' THESE ABE THE STRONG POINTS: Snbstltate. enclosiDr price, and we will fill your order, and guarantee safe delivery. cross ( box) $ i.oo doz. boxes, s-4 W L MASOMtC doz. boxes, ' 10.00 W. L. MASON & CO., (incorporated.) SAXITACTIRCKS STATIOXCKS' SimiES