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mass of evidence antagonistic to ihmi. it is Rcommmled that its nae in baking powders be prohibited by law. United State Scmatm Committmm Report. r.lado from Grapes Approved by physicians and food officials, both Stale and National. Awarded highest honors by the great World's Expositions, and proved of superior strength t and purity by the jL-S omciai iesis. whereby the - corporate power can manipulate political influence among the law makers of the nation, than for them to come open and above board and swat the "deer peepul" with a .club. At this time a cousin ol John D. Rockefeller Is striding up and down the Sixth district asking the ote of the people that he may rep resent them in Congress, lie has been putting up a big -bluff about what a mortal foe of John D's he is indicating that he would drive a spike into the Standard Oil's tank if he got half a chance. This alleged estrange ment is all bosh. John D. and the 6th Dist. candidate are known to be on as good terms as any ordinary cousins. It is common talk, although not official that Rockefeller himself has acknow ledged that John T. has been mighty good to him. He has furnished him with money' for both education and travel. An old time Democrat was in this office just the other day one who has been acquanted with Frank Rockefeller for many years and de clared he wouldn't vote for Rocke feller because he can see the "man behind the gun," is nothing else than the Standard Oil Company, and allied interests who desire influence in their behalf at Washington. If you want to vote in the interest "of Stand ard Oil vote for Rockefeller. John T. ill do the rest Beloit Daily Ga zette, October 8. western Jvansas Ub or IsEuen every Saturday and entered into the puKvmc at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ier year, in advance $1.00 ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertisements 10 cents per inch. Locals. 5 cents per line. Collections on all advertisements made oaarterly. All display or local advertising will be run util ordered out. unless otherwise specified at atae time of insertion. Job work, cash on de livery, except to local customers. ESTABLISHED MARCH 2. 1879. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Saturday, Oct. 15, 1910 Republican Ticket Justice of Supreme Court J. S. West Silas W. Porter Governor W. R. Stubbs Lieutenant Governor Richard J. Hopkins Secretary of State Chas. H. Sessions State Auditor W,. E. Davis State Treasurer Mark Tulley Attorney General John S. Dawson Superintendent of Public Instruction Edward T. Fairchild Superintendent of Insurance Ike S. Lewis State Printer W. C. Austin Railroad Commissioners John T. White George Plumb - Frank J. Ryan Congressman Sixth District I. D. Young Judge 23rd Judicial District E. A. Rea Representative Herman Long County Clerk C. C. Hickman County Treasurer (short term) G. W. Marshall County Treasurer (long term) C. M. Bell ; Register of Deeds Nannie Glenn v County Attorney I. T. Purcell Probate Judge A. S. Peacock Clerk of District Court C. E. Ridgway Sheriff E. II. AUman ' Superintendent of Public Ins. " - , Mrs. Eva Jones Coroner . W. Y. Herrick v . County Surveyor - - Hudson Harlan - Commissioner 1st District . ; - John McXaughton. behalf of the State of Kansas in con nection with the freight rate hear ings. Mr. Dawson is contending that the freight rate increase proinjsed by the railroads is not justifiable. Mark Tully, the Republican nomi nee for Treasurer of State, has made a record of which every citizen of Kansas should be proud. His admin istration of the affairs of -,the depart ment has been unquestioned and his honesty and integrity guarantee that the great financial holdings of that department are safe-guarded in all particulars. The campaign begun last week by the Republican State committee is running smoothly at this time. Head quarters is a busy place and large bundles of mail are being sent out every day. Most of the executive force is composed of experienced men who know just how to crowd the most work into the hours that inter vene between 8 o'clock in the morn ing and midnight. Governor Stubbs first week in the campaign spent in the northwest country, was a hay maker. The crowds and enthusiasm were more than the committee ex pected after hearing the reports of the general apathy from the Demo cratic meetings of the past three weeks. The governor will spend this week in the southwest part of the state. The election is four weeks from Auesaay or this ween. Meet your friends at the polls and vote for the Republican canditates whom you have helped nominate, and who rep resent the principles of the party, Accept no substitutes. - John S. Dawson, republican nomi nee for Attorney General, has been compelled to go to Washington on E. A. Rea of Hays City, Republican candidate for judge of the Twenty third Judicial district, was in Oakley a couple of days the latter part of last week shaking hands with the voters and visiting friends. Mr. Rea has been over the district quite a good deal and he feels confident that he will get a nice vote at the election in November and sees no reason why he should not be elected. Ed Rea is practically a Logan county boy, hav ing lived at Russell Springs for number of years and having been court stenographer for a number of years, for J. H. Reeder during Reed er's term of judgeship Many friends of Rea in Logan county will be glad to see him elected and will do all they can to help him along. Oakley Graphic. Reports from the county chairman are coming in to the state committee every day and they all indicate the usual Republican majorities in the counties. Here and there a fight is being made by the Democrats for a place or two on the ticket. But in the main the sentiment is strong for the administration record and the county cand mates are standing on that proposition. One of the features of the Dolley control of the State committee is the harmony with which the state organization works with the local committees. Every plea for a speaker is given careful attention and the local men are con sulted on all local matters. There is no effort at dictation by any one. The spirit of the committee head quarters is to win all along the line and in order to achieve that end every one is keyed up to hard work from now until November 8. The county committees play a most im portant part in the scheme of this campaign. They must interest the local voter and get him to vote. The dominant partv has indifference to fight as well as the Democrats, and committee leaders are acting on this theory. "There are more ways than one to the woods, even though they be 'cross lots," is an old saying. There are more ways than a direct contest We Enave. soldi si (Carloadl off Decatuiir (Cars tMs week John Kirkner is down to Excelsior Springs this week. Sheriff Drummond pasted up elec- ion notices this week. Joe Papas took in the sights at Kansas Citv this week. Wm. Kelly is still confined to the louse with rheumatism. Miss Mary Nelson is visiting her sister at Emporia this week. Two cars of potatoes and one of cab bage were sold here this week. The merry swish of the carpet beat er is heard throughout the land these ays. A. J. Ellermeyer is enjoying a visit from his aged mother, who arrived from California this week. George and Wallace Kenyon of Coll- yer township took in the Live Stock show at Kansas City this week. -Miss Margaret Swiggett entertained few extra friends at the Yourig Ladies' Sewing Club last Monday evening. We are very glad to note that -out old friend Geo. T. Gall aw ay was able to leave his room and enjoy the fresh air in an invalid chair. R. C. Wilson departed Wednesday for Salina and attended the Sunday school convention; also a meeting of the synod of the Presbyterian church. F. P. Lucas has purchased a fine city home in Topeka on Lincoln street. For the present he will rent his su burban places and spend the- winter n the city. James Rogers came in on 110 last Tuesday evening. Jim has been gone over a year and has traveled a great deal in the northwest country. He says Kansas is good enough for him. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. A. J. Ellermeyer next Tuesday afternoon. It is rally day and a 15 cent lunch will be served. The ladies inrite all their friends. Uncle Josh Musgrave was a county seat visitor last Monday and made us a pleasant call. This is his first visit for over a year as he has been visiting his sons in Colorado. He informed us that he omay locate in Ogallah permanently. "OECAUSE we are giving value and are willing to take a fair manufacturers9 profit on our goods. Another carload will arrive at Wa-Keeney this week. If interested, see us before buying. The air-cooled car does away with 'pipes, pumps, radi ator leaking, freezing and will positively cool. Our cars are on exhibition at SPENA'S GARAGE. Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound. . Market Report Corrected every Friday morning. Butter fat '. .24 Butter... : 20 Eggs, per doz - 19 Hens....... ...06 1-2 Wheat, No. 2 84 Corn 45 Oats... 30 CATARRH Ask purchasers what they think of the cars W. W. BERTRAN HENRY STAATZ L. B. NYLAND Decatur Flotor Car Co. Decatur, Indiana - A. H. BARNARD, Factory Representative I Results That Remain Are Appreciated by Wa-Keeney People. Thousands who suffer from back ache and kidney complaint have tried one remedy after another, finding only temporary benefit. This is dis couraging, Dut tnere is one special kidney medicine that cures perma nently and there is plenty of proof right here in wa-.K.eeney. Here is the testimony of one who used Doan's Kidney Pills years ago, and now states that the cure was lasting. A.J. Johnson, or vv a-.Keeney, Ivans., says: "1 oiten haa to arise at mgnt to pass tne Kidney secretions ana was also bothered by a pain in my back. About a year I was afflicted in that way and the medicine I tried seemed to have no effect. Finally I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Gibson's Drug Store and their use cured me. I consider this prepara tion the best one to be had for kidney complaint." (Statement given April 13, 1907.) THE CURE LASTED. On July 7, 1910, Mr. Johnson said: "I have had no need of Doan's Kid ney Pills during the past three years. You are welcome to continue the publication of my former . endorse ment of this remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. V. "gti!l4 o - 2 c-s a 3 I S-S32 HAY FEVER ELY'S CREAM BALM Appliwl Into tti. nostril. . . I. quickly abaorb.d. CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects tht di-ieiel uierabnine resulting from Catarrh and drives way a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. It is easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. No mercury , no cocaine, no mor phine. The household remedy. Price, 50 cents at Druggists or by t"", ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St Nev York There will be a dance in the Hall at Ogallah, Saturday Eve., Oct. 22. Everybody come. Good music, good time. BY COMMITTEE. Look Here Neigobor. Should you want a loan on your land, fire and tornado insurance on your buildings, or protection insur ance for those, dependent on you come in and see me. - 12tf J. T. W. Cloud. x Notice. Those parties who helped' them selves to E. 51. wagoner's spring chickens had better not come for more, as they will not get away'' so easily the next time. Mr. Wagoner will give a reward of $25.00 for the arrest and conviction of the parties or party referred to above. AUTOMOBILES We make specialty of the roRD AflVr The horse power of the Model "T" tho rated TT II J i as "twenty" is greater than the average "thirty" and equal to some of the "forty" cars. A "thirty" weighing 2100 lbs. a much lighter weight than the average "thirty" has yne horse power for each seventy pounds. The Model "T" develops one horse power for each 53.3 pounds of car weight. Horse power has no significance except when compared with the load to be car ried you'll agree with us on this. We are also agents, for thr OVERLAND and MAXWELE Autos both first-class machines. If you are thinking of buying a machine call and see me. J. W. SPENA Garage north of depot Wa-Keeney, Kansas R. H. BURNS C. W. BELLOMY R. H. Burns Realty Co. We have a number of buyers who want land, if you want to sell come in and list your land with us. R. H- Burns Realty Co. Wa-Keeney - - Kansas. 3f ew Persian trimmings at the Trego Mercantile Co. Pure home made lard at Baker's. Fresh pork at Baker's.