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   Anita Republican (Newspaper) - July 18, 1906, Anita, Iowa                                IwHtot add TimXI Of One y M OB Sx ThrW All not paU to advisee will W toe of on BntiMd Seoond Clm Matter at the Poit TIME TABLE Tto Bight Road to Jfom and between Qhloaffo Omfthtv Loots Denver Colorado Feoria Sort Wotth 8t Joseph 8t Paul Kansas Mlnnea polls beyond Hums AUITX FoiiQvrs Westbound Mall and Dally Ml Wf m D HO m D b itopi for Colorado pamengers Eastbound A M D Mail and Pm 6 itopi to from our line from Belleville and 78 Dally exoept Jfor apply to any Rook Island General Tanangef Line Bait of MliBOttrl lit Omoial eprwentative Worthing Clerk ftecorder Bertha Superintendent First door Bast of Reynolds PHYSICIAN low Call Promptly Attended Jay or Bnpture Permanently Offlee herongblj equipped with ineladlngXBay wor Call deroon PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON over Citizens ANITA Calls answered promptly day or night PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Anita Day Night Reynolds Hot Calls answered promptly at all OSTEOPATHIC Otlli promptly attended day or LadT Mtiituit In Emmie discuses a Consultation and examination Office over Bank of Fisli RESIDENT DENTIST Office with over Citiz ens All styles of Dental Work done promptly and satisfactorily 8 Office and Laboratory over Majors drug tSF All kinds ot Dental work done Crown and Bridge work a specialty Somnitoriu gas used In the extraction of making the operation pain ANITA REPUBLIC ST AlSri BY THE TMOHT JOB PRINTINGS cK jnr pitnt 28 Every OASS JU1Y ing anil natlsractloa live m u raH on prices iiml extuniua Churoh OnsoniOATioHAt F Bervlosi every Sabbath at Sabbath School after morning meeting at OaBKont Don Allen Berrtoei every before morning Sabbath 1 12 m Prayer aeetlng Wednesday t CjBOTOH Sabbath School every Sabbatb at 10 m Preaoblng every Sabbath at 11 and Junior Endeavor 8 Senior Bn 7 Prayer meeting Wednesday oventnp Thompe ASITA A partorj Preaching orvlce a per aa nounAtmenti mador Sabbath aohbol every CHURCH or Prenphtag ev nry at U oclock and oclock Sunday school at Endeavor at Prayer meeting Wedneiday evening at oclock No Department of Iowa meet in Masonic Rail the 2nd Saturday evening of each Visiting comrade are cordially Invited to meet with 0 P CLARENCE CITY DRAY AND EXPRESS Meets all Delivers baggage or express any where in the Prompt service and charges Leave orders at the Reynolds Hstol BUSINESS IN The young Mun loves the young Latly THATS HIS The vonng Lady lovest bo young Man HER Boon they will be THATS THEIR i The ministerwill marry them THATS HIS When fflatrted will need All kinds of Staple of The Right Quality anil at Hlght Thbyll live on a farm and will want Advance Stock which it will be my business to sell to WORTHING The Corner Four years ago in the election ot a sen or rather in the nomination of a a candidate for senator from this district there was no trouble in finding men who were willing to serve as senator If some body would boost them into There was no lack of men willing to serve but the was making a vig orous campaign tor ibe and others instead ot pulling themselves to gether and defeating as they ought to have contented themselves with the prediction and expectation that he would bo be beaten at the They wished tor his defeat but as to mailing a peisonaf campaign they remind one of the Cable of the mice wanting to rholl the cat none of them the So it He got the nomination and by the very trifling mnjorlty of n couple of dozrn votes he became This year of grace his candidacy is no more popular than it was in and no will be nominated just ns he was then and will thus have a place on tho ticket because he has tho delegation ot his own choosing from this county and it ont numbers the shBlby county In Cass county he is supposed to be a Perkins man and Shelby county is known as a Cummins Now the situation takes on a somewhat serious Suppose the Democrats shall decline to pnt up a candidate for Senator and a united effort Is brought to bear on some straight republican either In this ot in Shelby There woulil be a fight worth going miles to We have heard talk ot this kind imd have heard several names mentioned as worthy the confidence of all ciasse of people in the Men who have not riuhbled ex tensively in How far such a movement may have we are not in position to We dont know but the name we have heard most favor ably mentioned is one that stands for everything that goes to the makeup of a upright business enjoying the confidence of the public in a very marked That name is James G Whether Would consent to become an indeienrent candidate we know not but ot one thing there is a cer tainty that if he should do so and bo o lected he would rank among the Host In the as lo integrity ami business It issald that men with no moral back bone never do anything but that is a it is the man without any moral backbone that by his vote permits the saloons to He has not tho cour age to to rote against he votes for One of the saddosv occurrences appearing in the news of the day was the drowning of seven children whose ages ranged from seven to sixteen yours at Cedar Rapids Thursday They were wading in tne river when onu little seven year old slipped into deep water and cried for The next girl wont to her ancfl and the next until seven were But one of tho party escaped It it be true that Cummins lius enongh delegates to the August convention to secure bis it U well said there will enough democrats vote for I him to elect Then it would seem that his path to the Senate is plain as a pike Should this ambition bs gratified it will be a big boulder in tho path ot any ninth district mnnbav ing senatorial aspirations in whichfact some persona will find a large amount of Batlsf The Polk COUtlty republican convention endorsed other candidates foraWefenTBiate bffleft bnt Cummins clrims all the delegates regardless of any endowment oti Mor row nnd nil us much entitled to their support as the The Pure Food hill recently is orally broad In In thai it defines in ward food as herein shall include all articles used as eonfectiorjary or con by manor domostlc So yon see it applies to everything we eat as well as we drinh distillers and saloon keepers will be under tho penalty of this act and It may tie that Iowa will have less liquor and a eaaller number of saloons and larger cash balances in the hands of her The Minneapolis Tribune offers six nrlz to tlie boys and three to girls who do the best work in hlplug to clean up the city before the encamp In thecntmty convention of Sholhy eonnty exSponker Bvers was endorsed for attorney And tha Progressives claim it as u Cummins No city In the whole list has over made a better advance showing of a wel come to the than Minneapolis Is with rornroneo to the U in his Independent recently eXprost his opinion of menwho go about as ovargelists which was not vory complimentary to thorn as h The reply hit article called forth from one Brett wno was Inhliug mooting Plaino accordnil to thn Belle Plalno ttolotf rhmvs at lonst Bosley hit one of thorn i uentor shot and up to date we at this long range must say that the editor has tho best of tho Ho minister can afford to indulge in tho art of story telling for effect neither should he undertake to In The plan of pliJii over the roads In the connty with a heavy grader annually is stupid beyond any power ot descrip tion Whon this is dons the work ot onu year simply msaus the undoing of tho preyirus years and as a result such roads are usually in a constant stiite of unfltness for Our I good roads has come through practical experience through the Ios9 of much Our cou elusion as the result oil this experience 1 that the roadmakers should aim to build a perfect pleeeot earth road We realize that it Is often necessary to makeshift methods in order to reafly make all roads in the county and because of this it is not expected that the labor of the year will be put on a of w miles of On the other hand the general policy should be adopted ef putting np substantial grades so that these may be kept for years to come the use of such an implement us tlie King Homestead t SAID A LOT Proposed Resolution of UK IT By dtp Town Council os the Inoorpoluted Town of That in order to priwrvo tlio and aacitre the proper fanitury atil tor corivonlBiicc of tlio abutting ami adjacent property lioldora nlungtho strcwt hurelcafter it la lierohy rtoclarotl necessary to construct a lino of sower and necessary caUli hiwlns there Which shall bo of the material and dimensions hereinafter tlio same shall be located iw follows A round sower four 4 teat In to bo mu Bructed out ot vltrlfljd brlclf and B id in accnrdaaco with pious and gpoclHuBtlnn i to bo f urn isnodby the engineer omployed by tlio Town for BUili on ilio Kast orWuliint iiml turough tlio illtehor wolBrcnurso now thu and at tilt North lino ot Hie right of wny at Hock Island Pacific and termi nating at tlio North llnu ot tlii allay be tweon Main Street uud Stroet in said The coat of construe ing Raid smvvr and catch basinn to bo asftsful against prop erey alibutlins thcrmm aud adjacent and v liat ever portion of the it not so the samfl to lie paid by tlie lisvy o u t ix on inn iisuesiod viiluiitioa of all rou I propertrl vn tho town aud the rjomnutor shall luaku siiiil improvement slmll keep PAIUO in repair fur one ijoiir froivi date of its occcptuncu by the BEITlFUETHKR tllC town council wilt moot at oclock on tlie Sliii rf at the conacil room In Town for the purpoHDot considering objection to said proposed and thut notice of saltl pniosffd retmlntlim and of the his to lie published asproyklad by Passed a i id Attest 1 MADE HER8EL UNPLEA3 ANT Anita Market Report Cftiefnlly ootjodttd to the morning going to Butshera Vat Fat Farm We are prepared to euoiue farm loam at and 6 per Call And see WOOD uuocesgors to John Kooky Mountain Tea Nuggets Walter Smith came to town Wednesday last to look over the situation with reference to the Anita Pos olfflco Heintervlowea most of tlio busiiiPsa men on tho stront In the course otthe which all tolil constitute eighth or a tenth of the patrons of the Anita Post He seemed tn have no desire to hear from any body except those he could nail on at their places of What tho re Bttlt of his visit may be we nave no means of Neither do we think that anything he found put or what anyone said or might have said cut any in In the So far as we can judge the gentleman had the matter all fixed In bis own mind before he name and was perhaps seeking justification for his decision whatever It may have been This personal looking over the situation dont amount to and does not de ceive many At tlio Grnnil Lodge meeting of the of orrtnr at Cedar Falls next month there will occur an seldom if gver witnessed lit that or any other Order Frank Stewart of Tlnttloy now 77 years nf ace the father of twelve who all hecaroo momhors of the Or der is to be initiated by his SODS who will only fill all the chairs on nccnsinn but will conduct tho degree work as Sir Stewart having parsed the nge a special dispensation wna granted by the Grand Chancellor authorizlne his nd mission to tha This mnnrkutilo Cormony will atfaci attention in Pythian For Commander in The Department of Kansas has given to Captain Coney of To a most nattering endorsmnnt fnr the position ot Commander in Chief and will present his name as a canditate for election at tho encampment at Minneapo He has acceptably filled the highest post to which tlio Kansas department could elect him and is the only man ever reelected Department Commander In the The post department and the council of administrators give him their most loyal It would hoa fitting rpcounitioh not only or the Captain himself but of tho dopiirl of Kansas that has never yel had the commander in chief it their wishes tnav be Image wed bi Mayor Al Mpore of Waterloo ruads utit nf the Rcptlbl docs no Belshazfeiir vhctl ha net up hin golden HontnThy Boston Herald In iliiyn when anew 10 the courts ij an iwy wny of HHlUininn rstato which liiiNMilTxr ort by had btminrst and wlnit tho iloinunil anil K rnid for inniuiy nnd thoportsosslonotwialthmiriiiwsos all other it wu can bellcvo what aomi rorormsirt till it Ing nnd noteworthy to wnil of thn perfir manceot a young itnui lit town who niter working hard tor ton lias paid nil adebtot ltfi by Ills wlui became u bankrupt and died us n result ot his Whit ney is the iiatiiB of tlio yiiiiitg iniin who thus Ilourid the nnmu iiml moniury nC hta us well us established a iinino turlligli purpom and of liis fittJier wni ruined Iuii ii iiitfnr ttinntit There nu laliil nf in tiiisappniniitiiKi nt iiothinKrvilectiniron laiytliin lint thn judginnnt oi Tliiti ever intuit nn ililYiTeliiii to Iliif wh takini ujiiiii his own iiiiiiiiihis tliii biiHinpsNiii ilm irmito liinl wlilili his fiitliir had managm anil all tho oilier obligations which his hud lofliit an oslatu which it was thought at tho time woulil not yield iiOccnts on tho has ciirrhd tliis liiifineds to such successful results that ho has beou ablti to nut this vnst sum ot inoniv to the crodlluiii ut Idi fatiur iiifi will now tirocetd to sicnru privuln t jrtuiii1 or his D U is u liiili miiuluil ilcul anil DUO vvlikh Flnmlil u luCd up far tlm admiratidii full who ti biliivn that tho day ot atidi deeJi uu 1 tlu luyally aonsia not passing Why He Runs A A Kansas Jointkeeper 1ms told tho Uepubllcau how ho hiippuncil 11 go into that lloro U his story Oue tUiy a man ciuuo in nuil wuntud Bomo chnap I showed him some that wore ton cents u He askod me It I dul not have BMnethlug cheaper 1 got down some that were ttvociiiUa Ho looked at thorn some and that tliuy wrro li3 and walked I happened to step to the duur and saw him go into a nnd I followed him out of There wiira Bovijriil persons in and The old Inic nvtlnnl nf tlv tcm with Im Krinrl down tlin n ilic stnnaclj intestines is Tiiiy tlicn tlio whulo sysinn const IvnniMljN l ncy H tlui iir UK s Mini the tu r ilio iioiiph vnil HIM snni if ctilil fitiiiiin nn liy j II to it ION it ill Uu nuts mils jiulil tn II kii1 u x on i inuul ui nil tiinrlo tuiniiiii j S yriri lini rut lnlliiwit liy I i sir you the iriniiini il liy j A UiVIHlt III j Vnu wiuit ti kiss your iiiiithur 01 HivueiliMiirt niih u linil You L Imvi n swuei n hiiiilihy You luivu litiillliy Hioiirirh witisoul Timrii is onlv HIIH prninly Hint ilijjtHls luiil nuilaH tho hruiiin in HIVLM in ii iiml limi UHiy IH ICCHIUL lOi it M u for of mill nil oilier ol ihn aiomiich ih iliku n lullo Uoiiol iifmr your mid iiaa whiit ii will du Silt by Llius Chamberlains Cholera and Diorrhoea This is aparfcctly reliablimedicino far bowel complainu aud oue uever been kaown to fad in the mast sevure and dangerous For sale by Davis nsors lo i sluiic ol yotiipat to thoti supplied MB he fount ol kinds of ifio full sunpl FlilJKH and CCKED MF Fish O ttMH li iMi t iv IK to soivii you that cau party ubotit every one that favor nomination of Cum fhn hud IH much authority as old tho mancallod ihom up ami treated IIu Nolathmg linrmfiil in Ono Minute Cough Inn ilroJiynsiuiiiugli uutn thu Hoiilingnnd au ill bulUhy o lio worshiped ha would proliab Jy oast us all into the flry Hut in good Smoking Tobacco by As a means of lestiug the quality ot to bacco made into cigars there has been lu yented a machine that will smoke four cigars thn action ot the ipouth beinjr almost perleotlv imitated by Die Bo there nro machines Afow years ago Captain Arfred Drey ot theFronch wan arrostud for and before bis ho was stripped ot his ppaulpts anl every vcsiigi ot the docoration of his utiiform was iub llcly ripped and then he was bimish ed aa a prisansr to Devils Many grave questions were raised about tho and he was raealled and was again tried and The incriminating charge was a certain writing that was a giving away to Germany ot wtnto and army secrets Dreyfup wns aconied of writing Bat the course of Jnatino is sometime very tortnons and the vindi cation ot the innocent U sometimes long This been tlio case with The Lnprenie Uourt cnnsistin ot forty nine the highest Judicial XrJbpnal nl has aequited Drey fns Betting aside his conviction and de 4nnoeeoe and Irtw reaiorod His offense RedEyed and RedNosed Bride and Very Angry Huoband Moral in This Story for Those Who a Cluaorseable Tho fcriic had bnen entertaining a caller in her little new After her visitor had gone lock nil tho door and And red oyea nuil rednosed her husband found Maude was here this she as they sat down to Was she And how did Maudlo like our little horns genially asked the She said It was real said tha And acted like she thought it wus B eh answnred the showing a deep acquaint ance with Maudics little she didnt care for UIG parlor Didnt the bridegroom for bore to say but his tone spoke She didnt like the Morris chair She thought it clashed with It dont clash with remarked the Howd she tike the kitchen She said it was a little t believe she remarked that it was fortunate we couldnt afford but a tiny little She said wo should be careful not to buy rugs that cried aloud to The man across the table marie no but montally vowed to pur chase rugs with a brass band She agreed with you about that picture in the said the in a mollifying Sho said it was too hideous for any place but the You you said It looks very well remarked the with squint Ing across at the picture on the par lor I thought she miglit admire the back went on tho plain but she thought it dreadfully She asked me to pull the cur tain She said the dining room looked terribly and the hath room gave her the Slio was surprised that we had such n tiny She said really we were payin twice as much rent as the place was She said she hoped we coiilrl stand the She said why un der the heavens did we get green cur tains She And hero the bride I dont care to hear any more that she shouted the This is our and thunk tho good Maude isnt solng to live in it I dont think Maucie meant to be apologized the bride lifter a when her tears were Its Just her way to pick out th its a rilsa responded the Jhc returning to the hend of the And you can Jnst te for me that We live and we ray and were going o buy the things wo and do exactly as we choose and we shant at ail offended If she doesnt comearound again until she learns better And this IBwritten that Maudle may take and think up a lot Thn Kise in tho It Is a little short of nstnnishing toeco how little water ii required to iloat soutlicm river A bunt loaded with perhaps u thousand bales oil cotton sliupim nlonir contentedly whero a lioy could across the the Chntlahnochce got too low fur ovflii her light draft at Giitiioat shoals H sfihittcr As thn drinking water on board needed was sent ashore with a of water at this ainment a unrthcni trnvelerap proached lhi captnin o boat nnd asked him hnvv long he thought they wnuld Uavn to say nnly until that man es batrk with a bucket of water to poor into1 tho the captain Presently derk liand returned nnd tlie Btiilo w attr from llic cooler was over tn the amazement ot tho traveler ttio bout bepun In RKIVP if that doesnt bent thunder he The fuel WHS Hint the louchinsr thn had acted R3 re nnd soon thiru wns bncVnd up enough water to lirt her over Ilie nhonl and peni her on down the pers IVcatlipr Crop For week ending July 1Klfi Dos Krom Monday t Salnriliy tlio uvimce tonipcniHiri wna about th nnrrnnl for tha midsummer The cool wave Sntnrdny night nnd Snndnv nfTirilwl nrrrppnhln rPlief frnm oppressivo wnnnth and Thnramfnll wnsvnriiilih ranRlnp from a trace nt tnanv stntion1 tn Bpenv eighty cents for 1 concluded wlinn u timn kicked on buyingsorksnt fivu cents a and immodlatiily apinit oicht y conta for that tho Silicon busm usa was the uno wanted tocnttiigc 1 got it Annpology Illtn mnJiciuo rarely bus any Ifyoubeliovn in fortune any body can I If people slrnild vote biggest boro in vvn woulil nil gut You can uoner rinly know hnw moan a woman can bo iiniii who InitLs the biggest stnivmunt nny one can muku is Tho world is Iciribly crowdid with Dont try loiitiiuirL1 tame in that You cin throw notitinint Into most people witi n scao and will wnjoy The miMtcmiiiiole lioni of could not Uie ui mine Jewand otnlce things to say about that llti tie dovectte before rhe calls Philadelphia tlie rainfall has liien de for tho hnK nf tint the supply of moisture in ho soil Is ample nt tor corn and smHll prrai The corn crop rapid griwtii tn all fluids am showing tasaplu at the normiil and even tho lute plantings five promise nt n good The hay harvest Is well nni lnon fiiviinililo for tin exlni qtinlitv nf In the southern part nf lhentntn the liiin ost of ninl wintei wlient ia nenr ly and In Inlf early outs nnd barley am ready for the Siirinir wheat IH viiriiiblo cniulHtnn1 as t stiind and diiiwiee by iotato vticabo and bnrry crops niodniiir fairly The applo crop us n portid1 When the fin placKtl his gun before a commiden of judRei j he BtRted iis carrying power ti lie much low what ha ielt sure the cun urf arcnmI The rfcsiilt of the rial a great surprise instid It is ilie same the ot nnd Diarrhoea They do not publicly lioast nil this rernfdy will accrmpish but prefer la let the users make the What they do claim is that it will positively curs rain in no4 bowels has never been known to No affair is so fnoitali but wlnit in u women will pruiully buasit of Tlls is u fitiiy till in a neiir1 fnriui r near lie in fritiiid i hut ho WHK tiboiii a pif and wniilJ lilui tocll u joint liieirimd giivu him llii onli r uud then toM thut he hud ordmnl iniiii IJHIIV nnd not not bvy She did not nnd on Sniiilay they hail nu ii Thu tork did unt In met fiirmers daiijihlir uud anked tlie rciisun why thu IorU WHS She tried lo tin1 hut lieing c h out jiiu the pif I In town n womi u is t1aird lodrnih if shy has attrailive yirl nnd her hiJMliand In tlicn lh bun iiiiiil tn worry i liirol nuiii It SOMIIM peiiii1 all I siCiuily an only ill nni Sonio wiiHiin tliinli ii lo In diiiigriisilili1 to iMMi lliut men rr sitit Men Iuiit inlk I I iv have u way of n iig 11 wiinmuf and never fail to take advuutige of There me wi wh a entitledo who iifver ilicani nf imklnj fm1 In if wiit u gfiiesJil wire iM iiiiii urner IIH hiiMiiinli triiiijiily ihc would lie fiill hiis hr i i uitry ihul liy The KocU Inland Railway Co has i very pretty lillle booklet entitbd Chic as a Summer Rcucirt wilh rales or rund trip tickets o Cbicagj froni nil principal lainls in tha Iiin an oleRanl pnlar tislic little biioklet that contains much mformiition ihout the It his caused HI and fried r nurt diseases and uiii iwny fears Ihitn any other in Hciiiistcrs Pocky To iVftnr cxperiunce in shoo in tha priociplu at the lasalicit a nhate ot your We are yours for lamoson TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Atiyane soiullna n nhefcrU and dcdorlptlon may titlu our ophuon frao tvnoLhor an N Jima uS Ive lived I remernher writ when he Mississippi wsi a My Rood icalth anil lonR lifu cams by taking Hul Rocky Mountain Jii fllllukly Invonllnii 18 iirolmtily a strictly coiilltlont onlnlciita uont oldest for aorurlnK Pnlcntu lakon thromili Jlumi A raoolvs without lu tho A rmiidnomolyIlluatrnleil elr i nf nnr niTlontlUn a aolil by Bruncll C25 F Wo ptnmiitl Korcigll IH u n irt oil Lowo iiiJ Price Free and Uuickost Uuro for all THEOAT and LUNG or MOUSY oiiVr for n liinitiil Stilisciiptiun the foliowiny greatly on Pojiiilur with The Anita liopnbliian OF i rlLAU ANITA U JI K I ALL THESE c woitli S uvu V to tlie ONLY oiiVi1 1 J Take a Tip From Uncle rail Golden Stal loos cl strci if bid sour nnd of the tjmach aru all due to KoJol cures This new cry rsprisents tho natural juices ci tlon M they exist in a healthy with the greatest known Ionic and reconstructive KericI Dys pepsia Cure docs not only relieve Indigestion and but this famous rcmeijr sitlps all stomach troubles by sweetening and tho mucous membranes lining lie of Vn I was IruurLieJ with sour stomach fr Kcxiol cured me and we we nov it Ui milk Kodol Digests What You Bcltlcs Site ticIcinR 2A tfmti 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