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Washington Letter- (From our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D.C., Mar. 24, 1906. Senator Tillman says the debate on the rate bill will last six weeks more and that the Hepburn bill will be materially amended hefore it passes the senate. Senator Dolliver says that the bill will be passed without -amendment and the debate will not -last more than a week or ten days ..longer. Anyone who Is interested can draw their own deductions from these diverse views. At the rate the debate is now progressing and from the number of senators who still want to' speak, it looks as though Senator Tillman's forecast would be nearly correct. Of course it is impossible to foretell what will happen to the rate bill and the friends of the railroads are trying bard to put some loop-hole in it that will render the proposed legislation of no effect. But it can be said that if the bill goes to the ! White House in such shape as to not meet with the .President's approval, he will veto it as surely as he can sign his own name and will call an extra session to thresh out the whole mat ter again. ut it is hardly to be sup posed that even the enemies of fair legislation will go to such lengths and there is always in the background the fear as Senator Tillman bluntly put it when he said that if the present congress could not turn out a fair rate regulation bill, the people would see to it that the. next congress was composed of men who were differently minded. ' The Statehood bill has gone to con ference. There was a strong show of resistance to submitting it to confer ence at all. but not it is out of the way for the time being and it remains to be seeu whether the -house in the end will have the temerity to defy the senate and the obvious wishes of the people of Arizona and probably the majority in Xew Mexico. it? Everything has been provisionally arranged for Secretary Root's trip to Rio Janerio in July. Nominally he is to be present at the Pan American conference'. But in reality it is un derstood that he will be charged with a mission to the Brazilian govern ment for the establishing of what amounts to an international alliance with respect to the Monroe doctrine. This was the matter on which Judge Penfield was sent to Brazil last sum mer. He looked over the ground and declared that conditions were ripe for such a move. He was an official in whose judgment the President repos ed great confidence, and his report was that not only would Brazil wel come such an agreement but that European politics were , so moving as to make it most desirable. It has been known that ever since the over : throw of the empire in Brazil that Germany . has been colonizing the country as well as she could and not only in Brazil but in most of the other South American countries she has been establishing a commercial foot hold that is almost as important as a political foothold would be. She has ime to Get Our line of implements, buggies, spring wagons and farm wagons is complete. "We ship all our goods in car lots and in so doing can give you the best possible price. We ab solutely guarantee any article we sell and will be here every day in the year to make our word good. We have gasoline engines for pumping, grinding, etc., constantly on hand. We have a fine line of listers and all kinds of corn tools and breaking plows for spring use. All sizes of disc plows for horses and engines that not only handle old ground nicely, but break sod satisfactorily. You can buy buggies and spring wagons as cheap as you can in Kansas City and thereby save the freight. Our harness line is complete. Come in and let us show you. JONES tried systematically to discredit it the Monroe doctrine in the eyes of the world both in Europe and in South America. She has hinted to all of the smaller South American states that the United States was only waiting an opportunity to gob ble them politically and that Brazil was all ready for a revolt against the Monroe doctrine and was only kept in line by force. Naturally all of this was untrue and it is thought that if Brazil can be induced to quietly ar range an entente with this country that has for its basis the formal rec ognition .of the Monroe doctrine, it will be a great moral support to the weaker sisters among the Southern states. 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U t II All the talk that has been made about the imminence of an outbreak in China and the necessity of imme diately sending wat ships and emer gency troops to the far east, seems to be dying down. Reports have reach ed the State department that the anti-foreign feeling is dying down and that the boycott is apt to fall by its own weight. The Nayy department has withdrawn the battleships that it had sent to north China waters and the bulk of the American fleet is now at Shanghai and southward. The agents of the State department' are alert and not apt to be caught nap ping, for though the outlook at pres ent is promising, a calm in China fre quently preludes the bursting of the real storm. H t This government is making more effort than ever to push American trade abroad and the latest move has been a bill introduced by Senator Overman to create a Presidential commission to study the needs of the cotton trade in the far east. This plan has been presented to the Secre tary of Commerce and Labor who ap proved it in its intent but suggested that as the department already had the organisation completed for such work it was useless to go to the ex pense of equipping a special commis sion. Consequently some cotton ex perts may be sent to the far east to study market conditions, and there have been arrangements made to send to all of the great milling centers sam ples of t he clothes and designs most in demand iu the eastern market These exhibits are already being pre pared by the department and will be sent out to the milling centers in this country as rapidly as possible. 1 The Troy Chief has discovered that the moon gets full, but she keeps on shining: the rain drops but it gets up again; the willow weeps, but never sUeds a tear; night falls, but does not break; the fly swallows and the swal lows fly; the bees buzz and so do the girls. The Editor Who "Dassent ' A whole lot of people seem to im agine that the editor keeps certain things out of the paper just because be 'dassent' publish anything) that concerns certain people. Mistake. No editor with backbone, and there are quite a few witti much more back bone than people give them credit for, will keep things out of his paper because he 'dassent'' publish them. No ties or race, creed, color, kinship or business will prevent the average sensible editor from publishing the news. No club that any church, lodge, clique or business interest may threaten to swing over him will keep him from publishing ligitimate news if he is any man at all. Hut there are a few things that the average man does not consider when he .is figuring out what, or more correctly, what not to put in his paper. Among those things are the innocent littlechildren of the brutal husband, who merciless ly beats his inoffensive wife, or the faithless wife who openly and brazen ly violates her marriage vows and ex posses her shame to the pitiless scorn of the community. The rescal who practices dishonesty beats his credit ors with impunity and otherwise con ducts himself in a manner that de serves criticism in the press, is often shielded from exposure because he has an aged, honorable father and a good christian mother living in the community, who v would read the truth should it' be told ' about their son. And why should a newspaper humiliate that young girl or her man ly young brother by publishing the truth about thejr disreputable father, merely to punish the old man? A thousand thoughts flash through a sensible editors head before he allows anything or the kind to be published in his columns. lie seeks to give the news as plainly and truthfully as pos sible. He also shields many a home that the gossips of the town would gladly ruin; he often keeps quiet when the world wonders,why he does, but never play him as a man who dassent.' If you do he is likely to demonstrate very forcibly that he 'dast'. Mason, (Iowa) Democrat. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. Town Killers. An Illinois paper says that town killers may be classed in nine separ ate branches as follows: First, those who go out of town to do their trading. Second, those who are opposed to Improvements. Third, those- who prefer a quiet town to one of push and business. Fourth, those who . Imagine they own the town. Fifth, those who deride public spirited men. Sixth, those who oppose every move that does not originate with them selves. " Seventh, those who oppose every move that does not appear to benefit them. Eighth, those who seek to Injure the credit or reputation of their neighbors. Ninth, those who give assistance to outsiders when that assistance should be given to home enterprize. Pickled pork at Baker s. CATARRH Mf Stiff Ca'i so' Elyts Cream Balm This Remedy is a Specific, Sure to Cive Satisfaction. CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. . It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cores Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. : ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York IFlrst publication March 31. 1906. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. In the District Court of Trego County, Kansas. H. S. Glvler. Plaintiff. . C. J. Ferris, Defendant. The defendant above named C. J. Ferris will take notice that the plaintiff. H. 8. Ciiv ler. did on the Stth day of March, 1900, file his petition in the District Court of T retro County. Kansas, against him the said C.J. Ferris, for the recovery ot the sum of -eighty dollars and seventy-five cents, and has caused an order of attachment to be issued aorainst the property of the said C. J. Ferris. That the said C. J. Ferris must answer the norit.lon ho filed a era Inst bim on or before the 14th day of May, ISO, or said petition will be taken as true and a judgment rendered against him for the sum of eighty dollars and seventy-five "cents, and that the proper ty taken in attachment be sold to s&tisfy Attorney for Plaintiff. " Attest: R- H. Brass. btL. Clerk of District Court. THE OLD 'BEL1ABLE ' irl 31b? F3S ABSOLUTELY PURE The g. safest of modsm-fisae' heips to' perfect esoking Used in She best fam ilies the world over aonu. Buano powdeb CO., new YORK OVER THE WORLD in a carriage is not an impossible trip. But the carriage lias got to be a eood one. It must be sound and strong in every part or the trip would end in trouble. IN ANY CARRIAGE we sell such a trip could be made with safety. We handle only carriages whose beauty lies in their staunch ness as well as their appearance. We would like to show you a few any time you find it convenient. We'll talk price afterward. A. B. JONES. For Sale Austin Drill. GOOD AS NEW. Address C. SPITSNATJGL.E, Wa-Keeney, v Kansas. lassniKiija PROCURED AND DEFENDED. 8endmodL ariwiiw or photo, for expert memrcn lad free reports Free adriee, how to ohtn pataoto, trade mrk, copyright, etc, N ALL COUNTRIES. Business direct ttntk Washington saves time, money and often the patent Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. Write or come to as at 1SS Stalk Strait, app. United States Patent Office, WASHINGTON. P. C, Before Too Purchase Any Other Write THE IEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPAIT ORANGE, MASS. Many Sewin? Machines are madeto sell regard less of Quality, but the S Home " is made to wear. Our guaranty never runs out. We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions A the trade. The "iw Heme" stands at the head of all Via; b-crmi family sewing machines field by Mtf iMrlxe dealers omly. - for salc enr . Notice All persons indebted to me will call at the Wa-Keeney State Bank and settle witli F. W. King, my ajrent. F. S. Diebold. For Sale Jones header in irood con? dition. W. H. Swiggett. FURNITURE! This is the place to Trade. Our Prices Reasonable Agents for the Victor Talk ing Machine. 10 inch Records 60c. - Picture Frames Made to Order. A lot of Pictures and Frames Just Rece ved. Nice Line of Rockers for Old and Young. T. S. HOWE & SON, Furniture and Funeral Supplies Repair Work a Specialty. HORSE NOTICES. VALLON 1222. VALLON, black horse, com i nff 5 year old. t7 hands "high and weighs 1700 lbs, smooth heavy bone, good style and action. VALLON will make the season of 190i, as fol lows ; Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday at my farm 3 miles west of Wa-Keeney. Thursday. Friday and Saturday at EHermeyer's barn in Wa-Keeney.' Terms 12.00 to insure a colt to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from the neighborhood where "they are at when bred will be considered with foal and owner must pay service fee. Mare and colt must stand good for service of the horse. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur. J. H. SI'EN'A, Owner. STALLION Robinson. AVill make the following season at our ranch 3 miles due north of Oollver. Kansas: Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday at home; Friday and Saturday at Col Iyer, Kansas. $12.00 to insure a living colt; colt Is to stand good for service of the horse. Maees removed from the county or parted with, money due at once. Robinson is an Imported Percheron. Is 5 years old the 12th day of May, 1906; weighs 1850 pounds; is a sleel grey. JACK Honest Abe. Will make the season of 1006 at our ranch Smiles north of Collver. Honest Abe Is a big black mammoth jack; weighs 1250 lbs; 15 hands high; ft years old; raised by F. McKiney & Son of Cairo. Mo. $10.00 to insure living colt; colt Is to stand good for service of the jack. Mares removed or parted with money due at once. J. C. A NO KaKNKTT KE8SLER. ' (First published March 17, 1906.) ' County Surveyor'! Notice of Surrey State of Kansas, Trego County, se: Tn the matter of establishing, permanent ly, the corners and boundaries of land owned by George T. Galloway. To J. W. White, Union Pacific Land Com pany, S. W. Stone. H. J. Trowbridge, Flor ence L. Griffin, John Lemke and lienry P.t -Hull. You are hereby notified that George T. Galloway, of Trego County. Kansas, has no- ty, Kansas, to establish, permanently, the corners and boundaries of the following de scribed tracts of land, owned by them and situated In Trego County, Kansas, to-wit: AH section and quarter section corners of section 8 and the southeast quarter ot sec tion 9, all in township 11 south of range 83 west of the 6th P. M.. as between them and ? on and each of yon with respect to tracts of and respectively owned by you and lying adjacent to the above described land, ana that I. as County Surveoor. will, on the 5th day of April, 1906. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at the southeast corner of said section 8, in said county, proceed according to law to establish, permanently, said corners and boundaries, at which time you may. If you wish, be present and be beard. . - C. J. FEKRTS, County Surveyor. By A. R. Livingston, Deputy County Surveyor, Trego County. Kansas, (First published March 17. 1906.) County Surreyor'i Notice of Surrey. State of Kansas, Trego County, ss: In the matter of establishing permanent ly, the corners and boundaries of land owned by A. T. Greenwood and others. To Charles A. Am buster, K. S. KUsworth, Nellie E. Roser, Mrs. V. L. Gay hart, Martha FathergUl, H. C. Gilbert and George H. Whitcomb. You are hereby notified that A. T. Green wood, ot Trego county, Kansas, has notified me as County Surveyor of Trego County, Kansas, to establish, permanently, the cor ners and boundaries of the following de scribed tracts of land owned by them and. situated In Trego county. Kansas, to-wit ; All section and quarter section corners of ' sections 29, 30, 31. and the northwest quarter of section 32. all in township 11 soath of range 22 west of the 6th P, M.. as between them and you and each of you with respect to tracts of land respectively owned by you ana tying aajacent xa me aoove aescnoea lana, ana tnat I, as county surveyor, wj on tne ana a ay ox April, iwud. at iu o clock" m. of said dav at the northeast rornnr said section 32, In said county, proceed ac cording to law to establish, permanently, said corners and boundaries, at which time you may, if vou wish, be present and be heard. . , C. J. FERRIS, County Surveyor. By A. R. Livingston, Deputy County Surveyor. Trego County, Kansas. M. If. MIS ON. AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. H. W. SFEftR, Manufacturer of " CEMENT BUILDING STONE ; Contractor and Builder of all kinds of Cement and Concrete work, Cement Posts, Chimney blocks and bricks. Also builder of cement foundations for ; '' houses and barns. ' Estimates furnished on application. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS.