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TWENTY-SECOND YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KAN., OCTOBER 6. 1900. NUMBER 31 CLOTHING! Boys' and Men's Suits. The largest and best selected stock m of CLOTHING ever brought to Wa- p Keeney. At the Great Money-Saving Store of Wa-Keeney. REPOBLIfflUCKfl. For President. Wm. McKinley, For Vice-President, Theodore Roosevelt, For Governor, W E Stanley. For Lieutenant Governor, II E RlCHTER. For Associate Justice, W A Johnson. For Becretary of State, George A Clark. For Treasurer, Frank Grimes. For Auditor, George E Cole. For Attorney General, A A GODDAKD. ForSupt. of Public Instruction. Frank Nelson. For Insurance Commissioner, W V Church. For Congressman at Large, Charles F Scott. For Congressman, 6th Congressional Dist., W A Reedeb. For State Senator, 39th Senatorial Dist., Charles Bttschow COUNTY TICKET. Protection to Labor and Industry. rt a 3 tariff which protects Aniericau labor and in dustry and provides ample revenues has been written in public law. We have lower interest and higher wages; more money and fewer mortgages. The world's markets have been opened to American pro ducts, which go now where they have never gone be fore. We have passed from a bond issuing to a bond paying nation; from a nation of borrowers to a nation of lenders; from a deficiency in revenue to a surplus; from fear to confidence; from enforced idleness to pro fitable employment. The public faith has been np held; public order has been maintained. We have prosperity at home and prestige abroad. President McKinley. occcecccccccecccceccocccccoecccccccocccceceow It is estimated that Roosevelt spoke to 125,000 Kansas people last Friday and Saturday while passing through the state. Large crowds were waiting at every stop and much enthusiasm was manifest. The Gavlord Herald says that when a fusion nominee wants to withdraw from the ticket he has to notify any where from three to half a dozen "committees" and it is so much trou ble that quite a number of them pre fer to stay on and be licked at the election. Editor Watterson, of the Louisville Courier-Journal, said of Bryan in 1896: 'He is a dishonest dodger. He is a daring adventurer. He is a political fakir. He is not of the material of which the people of the United States have ever made a president. IS or is he of the material of which any party has ever before made a candidate. Ex-President Cleveland intimates that he gave advice to the American people for eight long and perilous years, and that he has nothing further to offer. A prejudiced Democratic judge and jury have convicted another innocent man who they claimed had a hand in the murder oi William Goebel. How ard, who was given the benefit of a mock trial, was "found" guilty last week and given the death sentence just as was exspected before the trial begun. Gov. Taylor was requested to return to Kentucky for trial, which he refused to do, knowing full well that he would not be given a fair hearing. Secretary of State Powers was the first man tried for GoebePs murder and was convicted. Then came Howard's trial and he suffered the same fate and it would be folly for Gov. Taylor to return as he would stand convicted the moment he touch ed Kentucky soil. H. C. Rupenthal, a Russell boy who is on his way to the Philippines, in a letter to the Russell Record, says in part: "The sneaking, cowardly Fili pino in the United States should be made to cease giving aid and comfort to his brown-skinned but no blacker hearted brother in the south seas. I would try for treason such men as At kinson and others of his stripe, and if the hangman's knot did not end his raving at least the dungeon should re echo his anarchist baoble from wall to wall to fall only upon his own prej udiced ears." In 1803 when the Louisiana purch ase was made, the government took charge of the newly acquired territory without asking the "consent of the governed." They not only gave no consent but were strongly opposed to this change ef masters, but they were "purchased and delivered" (as our anti-imperialistic friends would say) by the man who penned the Declaration of Independence. A Pop orator, says the Galena Re publican was about to begi n his speech when the sound of a drum was beard approaching. "What's that?" asked the orator, and when informed that it was the Salvation Army he made a break for the back of the stage and was about to jump off when the chair man said: "Hold on. What's the matter with you?" "I don't want to speak to those fellows" said the ora tor; "I have no speech to suit them "Why," said the chairman, "the Sal vation Army will harm no man." "Salvation Army," shouted the ora tor. "Hell. I thought you said Grand Army." Thirty-six years ago last August, there assembled in Chicago the repre sentatives of the Democratic party, and they declared then as now that the government was carrying on vindictive, horrible, imperialistic and totally hopeless war and that the per- fidity of the president was wholly at fault, and he, spattered with the blood of his countrymen defied hu mamty and disgraced the name and smirched the fame of America. The notorious Vallandigham, whom Lin coln had ordered out of the country on account of iiis treasonable utter ances, was the master spirit of the convention. There is no difference between the Democratic party of to day and the Democratic party of thirty-six years ago; still this upstart who heads their national ticket is going over the country today repeating the sayings of the martyr president. The Democratic party from its organiza tion has been a menace to the wel fare of the country and will be so long as it is controlled by such reckless agi tators as William J. Bryan and others of his ilk. For Representative 103rd District, C. C. Yetteb. For Probate Judxe, M. W. Clift. For County Attorney, John A. Kelson. For Clerk of Court. Harry Reid. For County Superintendent, Hudson Harlan. For Commissioner 2nd District, W. E. TlLTON. 2 0 Patronage hangs on a thread ; w 2 that thread is tock satisfaction, v 2 v g Treat you honestly and it's as H g strong as a cable ; abuse your w 2 confidence and it may snap like a H cobweb. 5 g We are striving to build 3 Cables. g 2 therefore we handle g TEAS AND COFFEES , g S Imported by g CfiftSE & SftNBORN. g This name means a great deal in g these days of Cheap Everything ; it is a name that brings to you a g guarantee and satisfaction that g no other line of tea and coffee will 5 produce. C. C. BESTOR, g Agent for g CfiftSE 3, SANBORN'S J Importations " g "Seal Brand" Coffees. u 8 3 s 3 3 rt 'Buffalo Chop" Teas. oeceecccceecccecccccccccccccecceccoi C. C. BESTOR. publican institutions. I am willing to trust this great problem to the American people and we shall make no mistake if we say to them: 'We have put our flag here, we have buried our dead here and by the eternal the flag shall stay while the Union lives.' " benator Teller, of Colorado, still clings to Bryan, but this is what he said in a speech at the convention of the silver Republican party at Colo rado Springs. Sept. 8, 1898, in regard to the Philippines: "These islands are in the line of the great commerce of the world. They are worth mil- I lions to us, and we can bold them without any disadvantage to us. We can hold them so they will be a glory to us, and a glory to the people over whom we extend our flag and our Re- Senator Bevendge's audiences lis ten to his speeches on the Phillip pines with unusual interest because they realize that the Indiana states man is telling them of what he has seen and investigated, not merely of what he has learned from hearsay. The man "who has been there" al ways commands a respect and atten tion that is not given other ins true ors' CASH GROCERY. J. J. DRUMMOND, PROR. -DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, CANDIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Program for the teachers' association to be held Saturday, October 13, at 2 o'clock p. m: Song by association. Address by association president. Roll call, members responding by current events. Review of work of association, 1899 and 1900, W. F. Swiggett. United States and Foreign Powers, Chap. I, A. S. Peacock. Piano solo, Miss Pierson. The study of literature, Chapter I and II, Miss Hattie Kiroy. Committee. Deafness Cannot be Cured These goods are all fresh and clean. Highest market price paid for butter and eggs. by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that la by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused bv an inflamed condition of the ruueocs lin- ng of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed yu have a rum bling sound or imperfect bearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the in llama t ion can De taxen out ana tnis tube re stored to its normal condition, bear- ng will be destroyed forever: nine cases out or ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con- ltion or the mucous surfaces. . We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused bvca tarrh) that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Chenet & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. FRANK WOLLNER, DEALER IN- DRY GOODS, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. awaMl ORANGES LEMONS AND OTHER FRUITS. CANDIES. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. iiiirin "" These goods are all fresh and clean. We want your produce. C. J. RERRIS & CO., DEALERS IN- FURNITURE AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. I will furnish every thing in the line of Under taking that can be found anywhere. All calls answered day or night.