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1 - Rtorr2C'.y clifti'lers Its tinued iic-i- mean 3 injury to hahh. mr ti - . . v - scientists, Enjrk nd r rd passed laws prpaiblring its us in bread mak : : " American h o u 8 e should protect their holds against Alum's wrongs by always buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. J Pure Grape Cream Tartar Powder is to for the asking Buy by name .Royal Good-Looking Farmer Boys. "We heard sevei nl people winiin the )ast wees pass o niplimetii-- m tiie appearance of tli- ,inir fy,,iv who took the prize off -rvxj to tin- u.ty who made the pest a i i in uie corn growing con '.est. i;i ."-iiawiiec They see tiled surprised that . oiinty. ; i ariucr ', boy should look - neat ,i,l trim. : That shows that - : have around anionic iIm- farmer Kansas. Tliere ui.iy ii ive b when the farm toys c shine with the t vi ys in i.il lien j Urns of ; 1 :i time n id not : n: mat-' ter of dress and iipti.r.irauce nit that 1 tiniu lias goue l.v ii Kans;.. fhe j other day we wen-n. a Kai.sr.s t own j iiud noticed a lot .1 ti'ie teiim-. hitch- j d to Hue double carriages, we -aid j to a friend that nresuim .i 1 he ! ams belonged t !..: bU- of U.m ; town. "Not on :.. )! life," - .id he. ' "those teams bet 0- to fai n , -rs The I best carriages tiiu : u see 1 111 town .Saturdays belong u. farmers What I farmers. What n.uers in.- o kith he fariiK.-iV hovs. . lies mm- tlteni. is more the best ins stores have ;' INo cheap shoddy They want the ! .suid tliey get the ' s, tlu-r.- -"tis i t. Su;ts costing j firomi-'Uiowui. u.eniic." 11 has , .come about that ih-i f irm.-. l.ys ai e : zam well dressed M-e Iw.ys m town ; ounces of bread, eight ounces or po iand maybe a ltl'- betuir on the ; tatoes, two ounces of cheese,- two saveragd. Mail ;u 0 lireez.-. : "No Kansas Il'-nie," t-clares Hie Chapman Ad veriis.'! .-aliulf, '"is alto- -gether happy w::tto::t. a "oaihtub, a j SKKiuet of flower- 011 t: di.iaer table .aind a Bible in t.i-.i ;v:ri ro ilu When j the whole famii b.iihes iu. h basin 1 snere is apt to ta um-;)aunas wlucli 1 she doing Her best to pull on a re 2s close kin to tl.t- rf jvii. Wtieti there ! fractory pair of gloves. "Why don't ss nothing on tiio t;H,;e but iirad and 1 aneat, no clean iir.r R. no fl wers, no ; sshining silver,vt!ijre 1 apv to In; cross ; swords or quarrel.-. Aiid whu there 1 rare Bibles only u the shelves iu t he ; dark corners of ike lipiarv vvorldli- neee soon grip 1 t.e ia rupiii ts of any ; home. TheaT-ri;' man who keeps' can insiae ana rut s,ae, wro sooks at the flower and : t the dust, who! reads toe-Bible -rd : ves his wife and baby is the best Ht.iseri. Ha is worth More 10 me cimuii.ty loan tiie in- who 1.- mao-iou ana a library and stock- 1 . .Os and, iu- sstae, xne saan. i so nsunc.-s oigger uan a wooocim k - food cat iises :n- - .- " SJ I permanent r 3: 1 Frei; :e have v i v e s house I A chunk of truth from the Jewell Republican: When a Montgomery j Ward man has visitors from the east ; come to him lie takes them around and shows them what an enterprising town we have; what good stores we j have out here, wide walks, good schools and churches, electric lights n;id beautiful homes, But he never tells them that all his trade goes to build up Chicago instead of Jewell OHy. ; E C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, at w,,ose laboratory Kodol is prepared, a-wure s that this remarkable -diges- t-'t and corrective for the stomach conforms fullv to all provisions of the National Pure Food and. Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large oie. but if all the sufferers from in digestion and stomach troubles could know the virtues of Kodol it would impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand. Kodol is sold here by w. w. gibson. Bread and butter is the food for muscular work, according to an Eng- ish pbvsician. The perfect diet for tj,ose W,o are neither faddists nor teetotaialers is announced as eight ,lnceg 0r cooked meat, twenty-four ounces of bacon, on ounee of butter, I half a pint of milk and one pint of boer a day. fJreen fruits are desirable iaJdition "to any diet. American Farmer A married couple was coming out of the house, he dressed to kill, and you dress in the house? "I would as soon see a woman put on her stockings in the street as your gloves. "Most men would," he said sweetly, and then the silence was so intense that you could hear a chocolate drop as they burr ed to catch the train . Young lady, says an exchange, don" grab at the first nair of good looking dothes that come alone and say. "It's , m-u,e. because I found it," but wait anWn a sure enough man comesalong. ; H inay notbeas Johnny on the spot as j tl,e other kndt but be wiU tllere wi,en the other one has made you tir be f ,gv' i ed and passed on WHy Are They Kicking? "Wliy is it," asks a reader of this moral ' and agricultural guide,. "that there seems to be such a spirit of un rest in the country? It seems to me that people never were so generally prosperous as they are now. I never knew a time when it was as easy to get a job as it is now or when people seemed to me to be living better than hey are now." No doubt of it, but then it doesn't follow necessarily that people are contented in proportion as they are prosperous. It seems as if they ought to be, but for some reason or other they are not. You maybe have read the story of the king who wanted to find a man who was perfectly con tented and exchange shins with him. rhe king it seemed bad a fool notion that there would be some sort of a charm go with the undergarment and by wearing it lie might acquire per fect happiness. He sent out his mes sengers to hunt for the perfectly con tented man. They finally found him. They said they were directed by the king to exchange shirts with him and flashed a silk shirt on the sight of the contented man. The shirt of tiie king was a peach of a garment. The con tented man examined it with great nterest. He had never seeu anything in the shirt line that compared with it but finally handed it back to the royal messengers with the remark that he would of course be pleased to accommodate his majesty but the fact was that he had no shirt and never iiad had one. The most contented people we have ever known lived in the most primitive style. The entire cost of the individu al warbrobe of any one of them would probably not have aggregated more than $1.50. Of foot wear they had noue and if all the household furniture in one of the cabins . had been sold at auction it would not have brought over $4.20. "These people did not even have plenty to eat according to our standard of living. Hog meat corn bread and hominy made up the bill of fare and sometimes they were short on hog meat and hominy. And yet they were content. On the other hand people . who have plenty seem to have a lot of things to worry abeut or think they have. Tliev are generally suffering from some ail ment and have to spend a considerble part of their times recuperating their physical powers.. They would seem not to have any particular reason to grumble, but they do just the same So you see, gentle reader, content ment is not measured by the amount f wealth posessed by a people. According to Holy Writ Jeshuron "waxed fat and kicked." Why he kicked is not stated, but in proportion as his adipose . tissue increased Jeshuron seems to have recalcitrated. It seems to have been always thus The more men have the more they want and the more they growl. Aclam and Eva weren't satisfied with a good thing and as a result lost the whole business and had to get down and dig. Their descendants are the same way. Clothe them with fine linen and they kick because it isn t silk. "Feed them on beafsteak and they roar for turkey with dressing. The children of lsreal had all the manna they could gather up for nothing but they insisted on having quail on toast. And when they got the quail they discovered that they were better off when they had the manna. Mail and Breeze. A maa with a sprained ankle will use a crutch, rest the ankle and let it get well. A man or woman with an overworked stomach can't use a crutch, but the stomach must have rest just the same. It can be rested too without starvation. Kodol will doit. Kodol performs the digestive work of the tired stomach aed cor rects the digestive apparatus. Kodol fully conforms to -the provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Recommended and sold by w. W. GIBSOK. Editors seldom see money and when bv chance it falls their lot to possess a piece of the coveted metal they us ually scan it carefully and attempt to disci pher its history by its scars. This is the meditation of one editor. A man came in and left a worn dollar with us the other day for a year's subscription and after he had left wc fell to wondering ir the thin lips of the regal eoddess on that old dollar comld speak what a story they could tell; what tales of travel, of intrigue, of passion, of want, of luxury, of am bition and of failure, of happiness or woe, of which this shining bit of silver bad formed a silenft ret all po tent factor. Over those worn cheeks have slipped the careless fingers of the spendthrift, the light touch of the gambler, the bard grasp of the miser, the f rezied touch of the opium eater, and the tremulous fumble of the drunken sot; maybe It has faelbed to swell the list of crime, been a part in a man's dishonor or a woman's 6hame, If it could speak weuld the record be more of laughter than of tears, more of hope than of dispair. We feel sure the past of many of the goverment dollars are more than shady but don't let this deter you from bringing them in, we will accept them on- subscrip tion just the same. Fat is of great account to a baby ; that is why babies are fat. ' If your baby is scrawny, Scott's Emulsion is what he wants. The healthy baby j stores as fat what it does : not need immediately forj bone and muscle. Fat babies are happy , they do not cry ; they are rich ; ' their fat is laid up for time of need. They are happy because they are comfortable. The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them. When they - are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch. They delight in Scott's Emul sion. It is is sweet as wholesome to them. Send for frea sampla. Be sure t" at this picture In the form of a label is OA the wrapper df every bottle of Emulsion you buy. Scott Sr Botvne Chemists 09-tS Vmart Struct Mma York 50c and $1.00 t . An Druggist A The following from the Eldorado Republican can no doubt be vouched for by the old bachelor in each com munity who have for the last forty years courted and proposed to every new girl who came into the neighbor hood on a visit: People say there used to Le more or less joy about pro posing to a girl, a sense of excitment, a variety of sentimental emotion which is no longer permissible. The truth is that girls know so much more about love than they did that the glamor is gone. Few girls there are now who "tremble" with excitement, whoes faces are "suffused" with blushes, whose eyes "drop," who "murmur" softly, and who "sigh" deeply or exclaim "this is so sudden." Indeed, it Is getting to be perfectly safe to propose to any girl without embarrassment- that is to say, with out any other embarrassment than we naturally always must feel in the presence of a superior being. The consequence is that it isn't nearly so much Tun. says a young man who lias often tried it with more or less success. Open the boweis ana get the cold out of your system. Kennedy's Laxa tive Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at the same time allays the in flammation of the mucuous mem branes. - Ctintains Honey and Tar. Drives out the cold and stops the cough. Absolutely free from any opiates. Conforms to the -National Pure Food and Drug Law. Pleasant to take. Sold by w. vv. Gissojf. Here is a tangle. An old man of fifty and ayoung man of twenty-eight. botli widowers. The young man has a stepdaughter thirty-eight years old, tiiat he marries to the older gentle men, and in return takes the old man's, daughter for a wife. Now what relation re those four people to one another? Ex. BEST FOR THE DOWELS If 70s barven't rervlar, healthy movement of the bowels every day. you're 111 or will be. Keep your bowel open, and be well. Force, in the snape of violent physie or pill poison, le dancenros. The mootheat, enaiest, most perfect way of Iteepinc the bowels clear and clean is to yJto CANDY CATHARTtO EAT 9EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatblet Potent, Tnsto Oood. Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or ripe; lO. 3S and fvceat per box. Write for free sample, and booh let on health. Address 4SS Manr Tartu KEEP YC-JIt CLCCD CLE x . Tiar Las&tivc Drcmo Quinine Tatiets. W. E, SA.UM. KaMS City, SAUM & Wa-Keeney, Agents for Close 80.000 Acres of Desirable Western ansas Land for sale on Easy Terms with Low Rate of Interest. Call on us or write for terms and prices. ' Literal Commission to Eastern Agents. JOHN W. DEALER IN. 7W Iron and Wooden Tanks of all sizes made to order. Agent for THE ' SAMSON and IDEAL tand other Wind Mills. Most complete Machine and Black smith Shop in Western Kansas. "Your patronage solicited. M. W. MASON, AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales -and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. RANK LINDSAY, B. A. M. D.. SURGEON ' OFFICE. IN TOSH BUILDING. Office 'Phone S3. House 'Phone 79. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. I 3Cen, I gRESIDENT DENTIST.I S Office over Ufford & Johnson's M store. v Satisfaction guaranteed.. 2 " 'u i WA-KEENEY - - - - KANSAS.JJ a u oeeeeeeeeeoecceeceeecoeeeo LANDS WANTED. I have customers for a few unim proved etieap tracts of land; some well improvpd farms; some small ranches, and two large ranches. If you want to sell now is the time. Come, list what you have, or send me descriptions, prices. .etc. or Sale Lands. A liw bargains in lands farm and t ncli ands Irrigated Lands. . am agent for the Arkansas Valley Su ar Beet & Irrigated Land Co 's lan.' s in Southeast Colorado, where farn ing pays. Ca Ion or write, S. M. HUTZEL, Wa-Keeney, Kans. before Too Purchase Anr Other Write THE IEW HOME SEWINB MACHINE COMPART ORANQC, MASS. Many Sewfnr Machines are madeto sell regard, less of quality, but the " Jf w Haate " is made to wean Our guaranty never runs out. ft make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions of the trade. The "Kew Ht" sandsattha bead of aUmsfe-trratele family sewing machines aelsl tejr BathoriMd dealers emly. FOR salk arr Trego Mer. Co. A Snap. For Sale Northwest quarter of sec tion 4-15-25. Small stone house, stone stable, some fencing. About 70 acres in cultivation. School house on north east corner. 1,100 buys it; $600 down, balance i n one or two payments at 6 per cent interest. Address World, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. u 11- To Cure a Cold in O113 Day I. T. PBRCEI-t. Wt-Keeaey, KaMas PURCELL, - - Kansas. Bros- & Co's Lands SPENA, a Mills. -V rumps, Tanks. WA-KEENEY, KANS. urns, Real festaU Slgeit. Have a fine list of choice lands in Trego county, and am in position to satisfy land seekers and investors no matter what mav.be tiieir demands. WA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS. 5". 10. loud. CHOICE Wheat, Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms FOR SALE FOFEXHANGE Money to Loan on Land Phone . Wa-Keeney, Kas. fl. W. SFEftR, Manufacturer of CEMENT BUILDING, STONE- Contractor and I'.uilder of all kinds,' of Cement anr) Concrete work, . Cement Post-. Chimney blocks and bricks. Alsobuilderof cement foundations for houses and barns. Estimates furni-'ied on application. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Tli difference between I'T'Hn and MfssrriRr Is the dif ference between an A - r -.1? and an Inaccurate Amu Choose wisely drscr-h.-.cl Get STKVENSI Forty yrs expexl--C is behind our $ritd and pr-weii line of RIFLES, 11 TOLS, SHOTGUNS Rifle Ttiffocopei, J-tc Ak your dealer and mtheSTKVESS. Ifyeu cannot obtala, ship di rect express frtpuiiOB. 1 gig I H of catalog price. Send 4c in stamps iT 140J patje catalog1 aescntnag the entire Stevens line.: P roftisel v i 1 1 ustrated , and contains points on Shoot-1 irtc. Ammunition, Etc. Beautiful three-color Aluminmn Hansrer will be fotv warded Cur xo cents in stamp. J. 8TETXNS AND TOOL CO., P.O. 11x4096 CHicorzs Faul;. Mass.. U.S. A. C. D. YETTER NOTftRY PUBLIC. Ooallah - - - - - - Kansas. Your swearing- attended to at reasonable rates. Hi inks furnished. a. b. Jones. " PHYSICIAN ANI SUKGKtlK. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. Cures Crip in Two Days. (Vj& on every r