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bp. e. 'e, sparr;
V Specialist .
Will be at the
Tuesday March L3rd
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For One Day Only
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1 He feturnieyeiy-4'wwtst ..
Hours 'a.; M'. to' 6 'Ml.'.
rrd -THE afflicted'.
' .'tt jou-aTe'-affljeted with any dda
ead complfcated disease, of "receiit", first lime k tm. yean then has
.'datfejor Wg-&tafld;;yon can 'come jn. been en Increase, tfd.it is to
' fto ML'SPARiRi knowing that he Jbes tto' credit of. the Dlomocmtie Adm.'iiis-
treated and -.cured case, after caaetrB)tioa that it .was aoie to kap tS
. ke. your own If he .-accepts, yourjstata levy from being reishd. No
case for treatment- you can, rest as-
v urd.thartj: be lundestaihds the disease
, thoroughly ami "npiill imaVp nvn Wo-RitATV
in ItBjCaTle' ' You owe.it to" yourself
.Ba -well as those, dependent, "upon, you
: to- fully, .and ' frjereJy investigate, his
nriee innr nee tup vwir
Dr.' Sparr . treats diseases .of lw .."M F HV-v
"Sfcom'ach, -intiestliiies,-. ' iwr,'' Bided,1 T b. ,a iueti the difference between
Sk'v Neryes, . Heart, Spfacm;. ' Kid- nJtebt Vp?r- business ' nd
neys...Bafc' Sexual' Diseases, .-.wy'feH-per ;cent tiojjtice fn'this
;.ase6'-..d;yoijli;''. ,Rheumatisinf; Bed Pm-.. : . " . 5
' We&nVbbetesV-Ca'tan'' Lear Ul. ! ' uJ rTxT, ' .' . ' :'.
Mmrms of Paralysis, Ap..
;:Asa;ma,,&aia -Spn; -Goitiero. Tumors .
Caacers, KlJousaess, Dspea, fna-,
7T- -" -r-
jtgapiessness, eurasrtinenia, . Obesity,
.;P)eurisy Scrofulous Diseto, -nfseasj
. . r 7----,-v- ,
vfirlns .owtoe--bottle of. your ur-
BTor amailj-sds. ;
The-, doctor furnishes aU his own - '
.' mediciinlajs; .'
' ; .,' . ' ;'. PILES.
!.ItclitJeedimg,' blind; or protrud
fng.Kies. quickly ' arid lermanentJy
'-cirredj WITHOUT THE KNIFE.. " No
gwroiB .arajeecnHtic . iusea. He gives a
contract ' apd guarantees to' cupej ev
"ery: oase; he treats- no matter . tow
.'' your money.. .'
If you' are 'afflicted "with this padn-
fill aibl . iuviiiKlAeAmA loj4 lA jt1
him;- " . . -' : ...
The dootor" is authorised hv the
..'State .'of Kansas' to "treat alj chronic
.diseases' of ntn and,womn.
,' Examination, amA pnn'ffliltAf tri ' f rM
vand'consuiltation. ' . '.
e. e. sparr,' m. d... .
' '. .1125 Grand Ave., '.' ' .
. - Kansas City, Mo
.'' IerenceGate-' City Nat ional Bank,
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Heavy, impure blood makes a'tnud-
dy; pjmpiy complexion, headacbes, '
musea, ifndigestiorii.Thin blood makes.
you! weak", .pale' and sickly.'- For pure
blood; sound digestion, use ' Burdock
'Blood Bitters. $1.00 at aU 6tores. ';
We can make you a Ism loan. Low
rate Idas s closed promptly. Privilege
given to make partial payments. An- ' .
nnal Interest 11 desired :-: :-: :- :-:
GrZAT EETD, HA?:3AS
. 'TARIFF. LAW DIDN'T HURT.
American Manufaeturee .Can, 'Com;
pefo Without! fiigh'- Tariff. g
Ws call attauUon of .the calamity
croakers' to hls item of news which
proves, that the .maculfacturitig indus
tries . aiu sfaccessf ufiy ' compete . ' with
the world -without the -protection, of
a, tish, tariff: v '.";
.'A' contract which pay develop .in
to" tha mos,t important 1 undertaking
ever carried ouj. la itaiy oy -ao am-
Lefican fcanoern was ctoeed last -wek
with & Filaxlelipbia firm, ' which re
ceived an .ini'tlal order to" furnish for-ty-dve;;
thousand" "eofis of "plpa for the
thirty mi.Uiott dollar aqdiict undr
construction 'in the ApuJian district.
The'wrtoect was woa la: the face
of ' ItaJjaa,' French, -Germta : and En
Tire, reduction of th duty' to till
metal ftcth&uks -of the new t&rft
does not teem to. prevent the .Amer
icas!' manufBctarers from taoceeefuUy
competing wKh Xuropeafi ntauf&V
turere la their ore market.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE.' .
, Topeki, Kmxm. Feb,-16, 18H.
i iPor the first .time to ton years
here has been- oo increase fo' ett
Uxes, notwithstanding the mouthing
of thai TTiiH Mwae-RAnnMWji. run-a.
oaoera on, thef aiibiect. Thfa i . th
meirpams more state taxes this year
then he did last year, taieee ,h baa
morn' property. V your tax receipt
calls, for' more money, it to probably
becausU your, ccnroty, towttahito or the
eahooi district 9fflcr . (haver oeeed
more.'inanloy than. fa. prtvloua yeare.
Examine .your 'tax receipts and piare
the blamie.wiiere lit helonEis. You will
not find any of it chargeabfe "'to the
Hodges -adlninistration. .
. .Statie Graia toflfpector : Ross ha?
just .given put a comparative state
memit of the ' receipts, expenditures,
aind;balano61 of the stale Grata Dei
pairtmtat fbr . thV jDonth .of jaBury,
1912, 1913. arid.. 1914.' la- makingPthis.
comparison it should he remembered
that the' crop of 1918 coming" into fine
market ia January, .1914, .was'xcep-,
tfaoailhr. poor as. coinioared with that
of thei .two preceding yVare; '
The net .profit 'of the ftenartmant
for fihe-imonfli -of, Jaaiijary, '9i2, .and
sii, .under a-RiepubJIcain .inspector,'
wa? fl5-12 n, thie ag-gregate for;bpth
years. The . net fcamsngs 'over 'and'
Ioove &n expeniSfiS .under -Mr' -Tlaes
following editori to.. 'Lb" Wichita
N( - iaierested Eidentiv ' -Hecry
haB m wh
imvLiRK aomiwet ration rihoiiW nt
be -contino ,fo powf ' '' '
:'Haw you reatoed" that'practtcaily
ail thds taQc- abouthaTm'ony and sW-
wus lugvmer-o mac wb . can save
Kansas 'from another. Democratic ad-
ministration, fa ti,
- Wwin fhi jifwt.! ' . .'
'Haven't you realized' tfcat ..about
SS'per'.-cent' of' 'the peopWof Kansas
do not-'rega-rd the;ohlef adm of good
governmenit. to be' the . "licking of titi
Democratic party? : ' '
When the Democratic "oartvlhas
don)? something which .entitles. ft '.W
a licking, yon .won't to have any Jiar-mony-
meetings. .to get- togKher, the
people -who .wemt td lick' them, ' but
pntll the Democratic; party, has' hsd
Its' chSncfe, the plea,' for harmony, oforo
the mere purpose, of ..getting o.more
votes than- the DemoxTats have '!h
this "state la 'not going ' td be effle
tive exceipt amorg th leader?. t
-'ThA mlfia who take no particular
part .for politk. .exceint tha the-
vote iheir . inteHhrifit judgment", are
not interested m-'te various poBMi
cPiV'gotegs-pn of the ambit kms pdes
trlams .rho are now-trampAn? back
forth trVlnisr to figiiw out 'which
pany is the biirgest.0'.- ......
"Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is' jthe
4 -VUTl mi IUU4. vwu aki.uu vu
seaee croup, -it tae been, used 'with
success m our family for eight, years;
Mms. L.. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y.
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Mrs. H. E. Lindas was visiting with
friends in Hutchinson Saturday,
: capper is not sincere;
Preaches Ag'Jni But 'Carries Viflgar
Advetisemervta In His.' Papery
A .wleek .ago' Sunday the Topeka
.Capital, Arthui Caliper pnblieher, bad
a longsoreed doubJld column wide, on
the ddtoriai page. of. ' that alleged
highly moral and WJons'shleet,- con-
Icerni-ng fake and disreputable adver-
tiaing. Capper pricta. several news
papers, an41 unrt.il the campalginf of
1912 they alj con'taioed 'the .m'oet ob
Jectiqnal 'adiveirtfcicg wh'ich-ever ap;
peareij 'in public print.' In tie. articJ
Sjanday, Mr. Capper 'endeavori. to
iu6tifytWs- publication .of thl - ietuff
because other. nspaper d'd H.
Bat he doesn't .tell theUrutfc. ' Oaa
of h4 papers is the HousefioH, d
no shbeX printed on eartii..ar on as
beetos doth kx..heil ever corUioM
ae nasty. -a. lot of adveWletag in one
te. is did t&ia aeoe Honeehofl.
But Capper eaye lie bai uit k. Bvt
has be) Amonc'otber Adyfcrt&egiMt
whick air. Capper aeyt ebould be ta
booed ie those of oferettB. TUe
prom tee of reform wae made In the
isiiie of ' tte. Capital of February
If you: here copy j'of theOapitil
haqdy.-rf 6 oext .dey, Iebe ftnj,
look on page, two and you wlU find
cigarette advertisement four co!un:n
w(d and eiig'ht1 Inches dep.' . Again,
the OtpXri'tAp'tt dcee'n'ot prtat toe
'Ladies tMend' 'edTirt!wmea,a aad..
oth&rs of that el Sof Look on
pftgt'4, ectioo A, top of cohism la
the.' same ipaper .ac-aee tf Cappv fs
not a Mar. ' Once mora, Ctppfr, fc hV
Sxlay.2o'kHijQ- article, ea.va be 6oe4
not prto,. advram..c-.fortuc
tellere, aarologr, by8eUtli'inM-
icai adji, etc. ' But he. toK Ainv j
br of the Wetkly' Capi.t! ?c
givee the to'. tie Suadty :fitt-
ment. - Tie. fact' of thie matter. V'-i8
thit'Capper'fi Tef orintcttoiV 4p .. fflejeij!
for .political puxpows;' He'"htf,.. la
dlied,. cut.out- eome x the'' worst of
the objectionable' akerti?mbtt.' ti
goveriwrshiirp "being fa viw, but litre
are plewty'-enough left tiv-' t1
lie. to'" his profee$cri of fcm.
Washington Palladium.'.. ', ' -
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NEW dERT'FI CATENA W. " .
Fo.'r.Teac'hers. Must. No-? H'aveHtgh
' i School. Credits. ..
After.May 1, 19l4, ail applicants for
firtaid second . 'grade' ccrttfleatts
must h'aveihieh. School credits e Dro
ned by tie,' l aw 0M31J,,' regard lew
of prT?vou9' experience in . teaching.
First grade, certitfieatias issued before
Slay -1, 1914,. mayk bf .re'n? wed with-out-
high school 'credits', -provided that
holders' (have. 'grades, in" all subject's
now-requlrd for. fjrot grade..
Ean applicant for a first or second
gradecertjf Icate must,- at the time" of
thj eounity".exam?njtioTi, present-a
statemtfnit isigned by the ' suprinten-
dent .or principal of.an'apprbved high
school," certifying that the applicant
ha recetvtk.passi'ng grades, m the
number -branches required. . This
statemi?nit must be. made, on a form
provided by: the1 state 'uperntiont,
andmusbe-'attaenfd to the certifi
cate when issued or V.orded there
on.. ' ,.' ':"-
Blank forms ."for 6 applications bv
nifeh schools for approval and ' Terms
for principals .certifying to grades will
.be .provided Tby'thfjt state su'pertaten.
dent. .." o r '
One vear'of hirh school. rdit
shall consist 'of credit "in' three units
of 'high- school, branches s provided
in 'the Ifrst year of the official high
schobl coutsij of, etudy.0 Two" years
credit sbalf cons"i of0'se-en' units,
taken fromjthe first and 'second years
CREDITS BY EXAMINATION..' .
Teachers not having .grades 'from
approved schools 'may secure, credits'
by e'xaniinatlon. This examtoallon is
to be- given at the county 'seat; May
. xu t8M ura., .under, the" supervision
of the. county examining board:, fhe
wjwrs wyi ne grapes by the Statf
m 01 trtucaucMj. Avfiraga" grade
raqudred, ?0opei. cent, with-.no. sub-
below 60. -Grades
hA MTTliwI af vm win
I Following are thie subjer ts, . tp . be
to, m omer..with pumber of uoijs
each is crediifed, ' . , .'
May 22-Etiglish JJtpituiy! second
yeari; Ancient ;Hlstofy, if Modern.
History, 1- .Geomtetry, plane; u Cot
'V. imysKs, 1,.. Agriculture,
drawing, ; Latin i: . '
.May 23'-EngHsh Literature., first
year', l;. Algebra; 1: Pbysical'.Geog
fyi': Commercial Georf-anhr V,
Bcok-keeBrag, Civil overnmeait,
I -1. ' '
Further Morriation may be secure
ed.byV writing to the'siate or. county
supefntendent. i. ' ' 1, . .
blrks' Studio where It is ?never
too .dart ' '
All Ladles' $1C 3 Shoes J
$ . lor $1.65 '. S
KITCHEN-AS A LIVING ROOM
A Little Thought. Given to Decoration
and Appointments Wlli Make It
; ' . Attractive, ;
' . It. Is possible to have the Utches ia
attractive in Its. own way as. the living
room, especially when the woman does
the greateR part of her work and takes
.pride and pleasure in baring the repu
tation of being a good housewife. .
.The-display of -qaint -Delft ware
kitchen bdzei on view In -one'.hard-ware
departtoent-ia'.eaenth to tempt
tJe; housewife to reflt a dingy kitch
.en. These boxes, which are' made to
hold sugar, salt and spice, are labeled
and have quaint Dutch scenes in blue
.ajfd 'white on them, Half -a doten of
these boxes op the kiteheA shelf; with
a background of clean paint or tiling;
present aq. attractive appearance, at
ell as-a very convenient. wa J of pnv-
ing the"sd articles' close at "hand. The
newest bread 'box.es have, rounded
,8lasa vindowi In the Ud, so 4hatcths
coatepis- may ' be inspected, -without
raising the lid and admitting th air. '
What would osr great-grandieoih'ers
uy to the amy of mechanical ccb
trtvances which.-make -tht cp-to-dats
Wtchen rf sembls U"boitpry.T.Tners
U about as littls.'rssemhkace- petwssa
the' present methods' of oooksry cad
us utas?s;osed,-an4 tbs vayi of
yore at there is between ocr xnoders
gs stove and open -firs an3 "hfTrTf
ome.-PltUlaiih,Dis5a ' -
FOODS DESIGNED FOrTSEAN
Apple sn'd Qrepe Have Besii Kspeehd
tj ee'Aparj by Nature to 6erv '
,' - TWa .Thn;- -
"' -.The'' wii houMkaepar ii derottng
som.e atisntlos to the apple and the
grape at this seai.for.they gre the
nwet beneficial of aU the. frultl -
And we neod them more-nov than
at any. gme during 'the yens, -Our
ytteml rq'uire-.fbe proteins;, .sugars
and. fats, etc, .'thai thy-contain in
order that w may- buOd up for ths
long" winter which is before us." .
The .wise housekeeper knows these
things. She ttudiftt food toie'ntjlflcally
and undarstandt just what It ia. expe
dient to give hes family at each 'sea
ton, just what food Q1 be most nour
ishing and health-bestowing for them.
' A1 famous doctor In' Germany hat
said that applet should be placed on
tbe table, three times a day and every 1
day In the year. : S. ". l: '
'.' Utet for Bones.
Almost any .pones, esq be used for
soup making left-over bones from the
roasts, boils, chops, steaks, vegeta
bles,, sauces and gravies. "There-are
few bones and left-eve's that are st all
fit to be' eaten that will not form 1 the
basil of good soup. .Rib bone's of beef
ean be grilled or roasted, and spare-
v a .I' v
bags and onions and apple sauce, l
nf h.f w'tS .amo thd moof '
tached can be braised and the marro
bones make a rery palatable" dish"
boiled or baked.
Left-Over Sauce and Chicken.'! -If
some of the sauce . as . well as
chicken is left over for a second day,
try to scallop them with the addition
of a cupful of canned tomato pulp and ,
rolled crackers. ''
. Method Place a layer of the ses
soned tomatles In pudding dish, cover
with a layer of rolled cracners ana nits
of butter MU:the chopped chicken
matoes. ' Now put on rest of tomatoes,
crackers enough to form a crust and
dot with butter. Bake In moderate
oven to heat well and brown top.
.'Hashed Brown Potatoes.
,'Peel and wash some raw white po
tatoes, cut them into inch-square dice
Boil them In salted water until they
are tender, then drain off. the "water.
Pour into a buttered pudding dlBh and
pour over them a rich, wen-seasoned
white sauce. Cover and bake In a
good, oven for 20 minutes, then - un
cover and brown , richly " and serve
These' are delicious with cold meats
and hot biscuits or graham gems. ,
0- ' Buttered Carrots.
", Scrape, and mast) carorts, cook to
rapidly boiling water salted until soft,
tut In rather thick slices (oneMjuarter
la?h). Pour over them 's sauce made
by plating's tablespoon of butter on
back of atove to melt0 Season slightly
with al and pepper.. SOrovei care
fully with for to. blend,' garnish with
parsley.,' ' , ' J c
, ' - . -
ard Cooked'ofl,(Not.Bolled)' '
Put the eggs Into a sauijepan; pour
bVer them one cupful of cold "water
toy each egg. any one cupful extra.
C,over the tancepan and place over ,e
moderate Are ' As-soon as'tha water
boal remove t si. nce end set It In
S warm place for .twenty mtoutse. ,
. ' i 3 -
theeee and lmetto Salid.
". ro.-one "cream -or NeufachteT cheese
o'r.te three-quarters cupful of cottage
cheese Sdd two . vanned .pimentos,
chopped fine,, "Blend well and form
into "small balls. Senrf otf lettuce
leaves with o French dressing -..
Tomato Salad With Cream.' . .
81)ce tomatoea In father thick
slices Into sajad bowl; sprinkle with
salt. -pepper and" a little sugar if do-
sirett.' Cbjli-and Just before serving
put. over, them' some whipped 'cream
and sprinkle with chopped olives.
". When Frying Eggs.
. When frying eggs, add a spoonful
of flour to the grease In which, they
are fried end they will look and taste
much better and will also turn with
1 11 1
; DP53 NOT HUHT .FARMERS;.
Wlolpa f3rija Uarkete pu'e HIjHe'r
,Tm Those of United ' States ' . -
Tbe. etock arsuorsafc'-'ln KaWs
isjet the tjlw tar4Sf W; .by'l'the,
ejker ead. $e njftwepapers'.ot'iii'e
Repvajnoiwi SjdjJ Prbgnesslviei parties is
the; to the extenionl .of theree list
H discrtilnetwj against the Tanner
by opendog the doors-to the jmpof,
Usioa of iwieatand oiher agrtcurtirrj
H prodjrts .df Capade'aod 'dtii?r'.or'
?n coantrPs ttM'thue depTeciatftig
the formers?- sale- prieS.- Ko .'proiict
fif the form .cim be 'braugbi knv from
Canada iKiich is .any .w.dy -toterfetes'
wjth the- Kaneee .faTmj,'8 "marbDt
"ttat. caafaot be produced .yhe& at -a.
Jftes ."COST tbaa.iiere,- and- tt is- wry
Certain .tiiat be has northing to -fear
fWar Cafnadian wheat,' as" 'a. compar-"wa.'-.tlrat
caabe made by 'anyone.
whd"ean iJid,-lll prove'.. ..
The- Kansas Ckar pttb'jshes evr
ery-'weokdaj in its mafkl prloe. col
umns 'the. 'prteee '"prevaiilng that day
Ja .Winnipeg, .xhe grea" wheat "mar
ket cOaa,'atlnWcag'o; Sljn
neijpolls and' Kansas '-City, and-"the
coj3parfcoQ, will 'show 'thatexoept .in
j very, rare' Instance,, vheat selta for
ihteher DTloea.- inWtfcnlpeg than
either' of te market 'ceftteirs1' of 'bur
COUnirry.. "To llwrtraie--
f to' Winnipeg on JFrlday, W 6th.,
- - ctosed at.-Sl4v anir-Juiy.
Wheat.ClOSed Bt 93. . ft
At Kansas City (h same'day, MAj
wheat closed, at i7, and July 'whtat
at 83. ; ; -.
At Minneapolis th5' same, day", May
wheat closed at 89,. and- July wheat
At Chicago fhe 'same day, May
wh clofd. 93.f 4 3& vh
at 88. " ; I' .
These figures are illustrative .of
the general range of prices In these
'eTmt markets and-ehow that, the
fanner need-hat$ 'no'feaf of
th effects, of the new tariff law. es
far as wheat is conoerned. 0 . .
Fanners, are fsvlted to .patronize
the Star Feed and Sale Barn: Your
teams will rpoed've .good treatment
and fed. Albert Condra; prop. . . .
Will Bannister was down,, from AV
exnuder, he' first of the. week' on,, a
business trip and for a visit wjth hX
many old friends here, o'
All Ladles' $150 Shoes
p. 1 lor $1.95 . ;'
" ' KRAUSE'S' '
Be Free From;
0 '. " . o t?: '
over'tKfe- thought you might lose .ypiir. harcl 'yarned
money or that you 'rnighrte kn'ock'eri ."down and robbed
or killed in trying to protect
robbers.. We.alla'y alLt)!
oi hurt anadeatn, pysecunng ana insuring your money
:put.ih our; bank "agamsUcgs of any, kind 'at our expense
and pay. you interest pf .3 and 4 per cent orr all you leave
ontime.-- ' . ': ' ,-
' Doh'tlieep. much., cash in your pockets or at home.
Ypu.can pay your . bills' "by using' our checks They cost
' you nothing. .' Put'your 'valuable. 'papers, deeds, wills
secrets in our ' burglar and-, fire proof vault it will cost
you nothing, as ybir'can rent- one; of bur steel safety
-..'. boxes at a small cost See us .
- . . . . -..'.
, ; Citizens National Bank
;WM. ALLN WHITE IS GAME,
wilf Take Place On County Ticket a
.Example to Wavering Mosfs,
Local -leaders' for .county ofttoea sa
thej plafl, of 'AJilHaan-AUen Whlte Prl
gressive national "committeemeiri tern
neas,. who may bimself ,be a caarl
didate'fbr codmty cierk "n LyoQ cousS
ty f-i;W'omea. neceesary to 4rsW
csididatee'for.tlie' locai jobej tW
was the. message, which theidepsaf
ing fogresfiyee carried to theft
homtes ..rom'Topeka last week, wIA
fbJdpartlng"as6uran'ce from ihe rstaes:
leadrs that "local tickets would
foroed in '-almost every county la tike
hate.-' s '. '
.With he plan to place men of state
and nation -wide record on the coxsv
ty. tWketSj the'xansaB Moosers -eria
adopt- jthe Wisconsin organization pJa
This- plan talis for the.' naming eg
three to' five actual workers to eek),
of the.Z300 voting precincts, oC.tb.e
state. These mfeslotiAries in the Pre-gressivie-'icause'will
be expected to
bring 'the' voters' to tier polls end . to .
keep . intact "the organization whire
has'.alr.eady .been effected, to nearly
90;; pf-.jthe 10a counties of 'the stA'.
ye'.wiU'hhve an organization ax 4
a ticket. in 'bvery county and In - ev
ery'precWt ih Kansas,' said Wllkua
Allen Xhtis before leaving for Em
poria,. We ftant three to five work
ers;: including at least a- couple cf
wpmen, "in ever one of the. 2300 vot
ing t-ppecincts. Ue have-such an or-
ganlzaiion (a' about one third of the
counties and. nave a county org foiie
tfon ain all 'but seven of the 105
counties of the. stato; For the next
twomond!s we will devote alnvat
pur '.entire' attention- to. bringing this
cWs. precinct orgacizatlon about
'We' are gdPbg to have 'a' ticket to
every county, 'too,' continued Wttita.
'In' three our four counties the ber
monizertf havgt announced' only ' one .
ticket fpr P.rjgaessives and Repute
cans-. We dont'eare about "thq off
6ers,'but we So care about the organ-lzatloia-and
'the party ideals, and we
must nava a ticket. in -each of . tka
counties, 'to. preserve tifetn -(ton tt
throat ,tactlcf -of th'e fellows the .do
want the.Jobe and 'will. give up every
thing to. get thrin'..' .''
. Mr. .y-hite "stated' that he beOevert
ther' would" be 'no. t.rbuble. m secur
ing good 'me'a to' fill . a Prcgreaatfe
ticket in, "leach -county In the
even, though the chances In many cf
.counties' .are that' they would nev
er1 be etected,.'and "his- -opinion . la
the 'matter was: shared, by ail cf the
other Progress! vt s . present, '...
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