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We have a lew of Irl Hicks' al
manses which we will give to any
new subscribrr who fays one year
in advance or to any old subsciiber
who wi'S pay op one or more year's
aubucription. There isn't many of
them, but they are good and pve
a splenlid forecast of the weather.
Sir Thomas Lipton has arrived in
the United States and will be the
guest of honor at a number of pub
Gen. Grosvenor, of Ohio, the
best political prognosticator in the
United States, predicts that Cleve
land will be the nest Democratic
nominee for president of the United
States. Grosvenor 'don't often
3. Frank Smith, editor of the Ob
server, has been appointed post
master at Pleasantan, Kans. Good
for Smith. The Herald says Con
gressman Bowersock "lied like a
wet dog" about the appointment,
but all the f ame the appointment is
lhe one that oucht to have been
made and will prove a good one.
Hon. Joe Cannon, the next
speaker oi the house of representa
tives, wtil do nothing that will give
the Democracy any comfort, you
may depend, for he will attend
strictly to business and do bis duty
without fear, favor or affection.
This will please his friends and
supporters and cause the opposition
to have -'reminv fits' in several
Harriet Lane Johnson, who was
the lady of the White House as
Harriet Lane during the adminis
tration of her uncle, James Buchan-
an, died Saturday, Jaly 4th, She
was the most popular lady of the
White House that had ever presided
over the social functions of our na
tion up to that date. She was lov
ed and respected by all who come
within her influence.
The name of O. D. Austin, the
able editor of the Bates County
Record, has been suggested as a
suitable one to put on the Republi
can slate ticket for lieutenant gover
nor at the next Republican conven
tion. We don't know a better man
for the position. He certainly de-
serves well of his party, it lonp,
faithful and uncomplaining service
counts, and ought to be nominated
without opposition. Put Austin on
The supreme court of Oregon has
decided the fciiliative and rtferen
dum amendment to the constitution
of that state, voted on by the peo.
pie at the last election, unconsti
tutional because of Irregularities on
the rart of the lepislature in their
proceedings with the amendment
Here is hint for Missourians. It
Is an axiom of law that 'fraud v'tci
ales a contract" and by a parity of
reasoning, why not viciate a law?
If a law is passed by a legislature
under the influence and at the be
hest ot boodlrra and the criminal
live of monev. is this not such an
irregularity as will vitiate any law,
that may be passed by any corrupt
legislature. A few decisions setting
side such laws would make our
IrtMiljtors a little more careful in
the passage of laws and would go a
long ways toward eliminating the
boodler from our legislative halls.
The- rittcock Iteward.
The aunt of $1571 has been rais
.l as a reward tor the arrest and
conviction of the person vr persons
vho muidered J. M. Pidcock at his
home in Greenfield on or about thit
lilh of Jane. Of this amount ioo
was oltered by the county
couit and the remainder laUt J by
puvte ubcitptioii. An eft'oit
i!i be iiixda to hv Governor
IK-cUry add 5 unl m
?. half of the state, maain a total
lenanl of itK'i lh $i"-
It is hoped, ty the aid of this
mn, to kuii esiJciita that
., .'i .1.... ii,-hi 011 th mysterious
Jr.thtd Mr. lVkk. JircnlitlJ
Pope- Leo, t'.ie most saintly and
really the Rrcatc st of tlifl pontiffs
of the Cathoi-c hurch, lie at the
point il J c i a w I ut slicht hope
of tveo temporary recovery, und
bb death is expected at any moment.
We publish in this issue the first
installment of a series of American
Legends, written up by Rev. C. C.
James. These Legends will run
through three or four numbers c(
our paper and will prova very in
teresting to our readers.
Rainfy,tnd, is one of the smallest
towns in the state to boast of water
works. The citizens have erected
a tank sixty feet above the ground
and the water will be piped Into
town. The water is pumped into
the tank by the flour mill company
at that place.
Ore of the most remarkable suits
every begun at Springfield III. was
filed by Mrs. Mary C Gambrell in
the Sangamon county circuit court
July and. against George and Frank
Reisch, w ealthy brewers of that city.
On June 7 Mrs. Gambrell'a son
Charles was killed in a fight with
other young men. Young Gam
brill, who was 17 years of age, bad
purchased a keg of beer at the
Reisch brewery. Mrs. Gambrell
say the beer cold to ber son by
Reisch btothers was the cause of
her son'a death, and hence she be
lived Reisch brothers should be held
responsible under the law. Mrs.
Grambrell asks $10,000 damages.
A Striking Comparison.
For the ten months ended April,
1903, the total merchandise exports
and impoits of the United States
were: Exports $i,ioo,S6S,Sj6
imports $864,590,364; visible bal
ance in favor of the United States,
$336,278,461. as a result of Protec
tion. The United Kingdom, for the
same period ahows; Imports,
$.I58'38,S49; exports, $1,187,-
$54,471 ; visible balance against the
United Kingdom, $970,464,37$, as
a result of Free-Trade.
cosirAitHox: pnoTiM-rios vmiara
I'd I ted States, favorable
United Kingdom, unfav
orably balanced :.. 9T,I.rt74
Or over 1130,00a 000 monthly.
Walter J. Ballard.
A recent item ot Indiana news
savs the Democratic leaders are
more uneasy about the trip of W.
Jennings Bryan through the state
than they are willing to admit. .
Tbey are pulling on a brave front,
however, just as if they were not the
least bit worried. But to hear the
former "peerless leader" hammer
ing away along the old line, while
the crowds are cheering him when
ever the "rcorganizationists" are
lambasted, is more than the average
Democrat of the old Jeffersonian
and Jacksonian school can stand.
Bryan has made himself clear in no
uncertain tones, and what is more,
he has threatened to keep coming
to Indiana for forty yean if neces
sary to plant tiis idea in fertile soil.
Think of it forty year more of
Bryan, and one can gain soma idea
of the frame of mind of the Demo
cratic leaders. Bryan spoke at Co
lumbia City today and will eud his
trip at Danville tomorrow night. It
is noticeable that but very few of
the party leadeu havt been running
after him since he came into the
ANOTIIEJt IDOL GONE TO
Recent developments have elimi
nated Sam Cook as a'gubernatorial
possibility. This rules out the ma
chine chess board, makes a new or
clean slate. It has been clear in
our mind all of the time. If Sam
did not know it, why?
Sam ts a most clever fellow and
is neither a knave or a fool but a
most affable gentleman, . but bis
backbone and spare rib crowd of
editors have "reckoned without a
We believe that either James
Reed, the accomplished and able
mayor of gieatei Kansas City, or
James Glint, the iirepioachable su
pinna judge, will be our next gov
ernor of Impriial Missouri.
While Mr. Folk it indorsed in
his work by the people geurially,
we think that it is not the "proper
thing" lo boom him ior governor
At preent Mr. Folk h
i0 aiquaiuUmt !u the s'.j'.e, till
as f teak Irl him become one of
the people and be seen In a Demo
cratic con rntion fust. Tins paper
Jus it years of a conMnnt and real
ous loppou of the ticket as it rec
ord, are ahvaya for it. Hut Mr.
Folk has time yet, his time, prop
erly has not tome. Western Enterprise.
Speaker to be Cannon has been
spending a few davs in Washington
and has left consternation behind
him by his assurances, made to a
few prominent republican, that he
would not, in this capacity as speak
er, peimit the consideration of any
financial legislation at the next
sesHJn of Congress. Mr. Can
non knows the Senate committee on
Finance appointed a Sub-committee
including Senators Aldrich, Spoon
cr, Piatt of Connecticut and Teller,
to sit during lhe tummer and pre
pare a financial bill which it is com
monly understood will be along the
lines of the Aldrich bill, pressed for
passage al the last session. One
meeting of the sub-committee took
place at Hot Springs, Va., and
much preiiminery woik was dispos-
of. Another meeting is scheduled
to take place in August when it has
been expected to complete the pro
posed measure. This measure is
understood to have the tentative en
dorsement of the Administration
and it was with the hope ot induc
ing the president to sanction its con
sideration at the special session to
be called in November, in advance
of the Cuban treaty, that Mr. Geo.
W. Perkins, partner of J. P. Mor
gan, called at the White House
with Senator f Ianna a few days ago.
Mr. Roosevelt, having learned of
Mr. Cannon's opposition, refused
the request, however.
It was not until this week, that
knowledge of Mr. Cannon's views
become public and consternation, in
the east, at least, has been the re-
suit, Four of the leading New
York papers have expressed them
selves editorially on the subject and
it is learned that Senator Aldncb is
exasperated "beyond measure."
Apart from the merits of Mr. Can
non's position on financial legisla
tion, his avowed intention of
using the unlimited power conferred
upon the speaker by the existing
rules is regarded with amazement
It is at least likely to foment the
bad blood which already exists be
tween the House and the Senate
and which led to severe strictures
being passed upon Mr. Cannon
himself during the special session
of the Senate last March. In some
quarters the view is held that Mr.
Cannon's announcemeat will lead
to some modification of the existin
rules, so that the power of the
Speaker shall be materially curtail
President Roosvelt has gone to
Ovster Bay for the summer and
every Cabinet Officer has taken ad
vantage of the 4th of July to stip
out of town. Secretary Hay pro
bably spend a good part of the sum
mer at bis summer home. Secret
ary Root has gone to New York
Secretary WiUon is iu Iowa. Post
master General Payne has gone to
the Cat-kills for brief rest and
other members of the Cabinet have
left for nearby points. First Assis
tant Secretary of State Loo mis is in
charge of the State Department and
is keeping close watch on the Chi
nese treaty situation and the Panama
Canal treaty. A direct wire has
been leased between the White
House and the picMdcnt't -resident
at Oyster Bay and by making con
nectioiis w ith the State Department
Mr. Roosevelt and the acting Sec
rclary of state can diacu.s the situa
tion at any lime of day or night
The president has issued cmpha
tic or jers prohibiting gossip regard
ing the postolhce investigation
among employees of the department
and it had been announced that only
important devtlomenls will be given
to the pret. The result of this or
der has beerr to frighten the employ
es of the department from giving
out any details which lhe newspaper
men can use as clews and little
knowitd;e ot the investigat'on it
reaching the public. The investi
gation i being pushed vigorously,
however, and Postmaster General
Payne has atsuied the newspaper
correspondents thai v. hi-11 iheic is
anything of tutliiient importance
to wairanl it he will make it public.
Secretary of the Navy Moody hat
usued a statement, denying the re
port sent out fiouiWashingtuii to (he
effects that the Kni-.tr took an un
wananted U my in atkiug to In
speit the Kcisii; i On the con
trary, the i;;v,l o:ticia!s r !cej
with the Kaiser's inspection and his
complimentary remarks. The F.u
ropean squadron lias now sailed for
Unglaud where an attempt will be
rn.ide to outdo the Germans in hos
pitality to the American sailors,
both officer and men. The evi
dent disposition of the European
powers, to culivale the good graces
of the United State cannot but be
gratifying to the olRcials of the ad
ministration and all are unanimous
so describing it. ,
IS TIIH LKKAMEHY WANING?
Just now there are soma indica
tions that it is.. Within the past
few weekt whole blocks cf cream
eries operatedunder one head have
gone by the board, while many
single concerns located in various
parts of the country have shut
their doors. What is the matter?
Has the creamery outlived its use
fulness? I do not think so. As
an institution the public creamery
has always been friend to the
farmers. It does not seem to me
that we can afford to do without it.
Out there are creameries and
creameries. I fancy the trouble at
present is that we have been build
ing creameries where none were
needed, increasing the capacity of
old ones when those already in op
eration were Urge enough and
good enough to answer every pur
pose, and in other ways overdoing
the matter. I know of several
creameries which have grown up
directly out of spite between
creatnerymen. This is not right;
it is not wise. Still another reason
why fo many creameries have gone
to the wall of late is the rapid
growth of the so-called co-opera
tive system. Men who make it a
business to locate and build up
creameries have persuaded the far
mers in many sections to put their
money into these concerns. Al
most invariably too much money
has been Invested in these wild cat
speculations. Soon the farmers
found this out. . They saw that
they were beaten, and have been
getting out of a bad scrape as well
as they could. The way out is
clear. We must stop building
creameries unless they are needed.
We must support those doing a
legitimate business, and let the
rest go. If we do this the matter
ill work itsell 01U -E. L. Vin
cent, in Farm and Fireside.
K. C. Market ltevlew.
Estimated run of cattle today,
6,000 bead which about met our ex
pectations. There were not so
many fat cattle among the offerings
as has been the case for aome time the
market ruled rather active on fat
steers at strong prices. There were
no choice cattle but some good ones
brought I5.00, which was the top;
bulk of sales ranged from ?450 to
1 1. So. Good, welt finished steers
are apparently coming fewer each
day, and in our opinion, the market
on this class of stuff will be consider
ably better within the next 30 to 40
ButcLer Stuff in fair supply ; the
good to best grades were in sttong
demand, others steady, while can-
ners were very dull. We quote
best corn fat cows, ..io 104.25;
good to best, 3. Co to 4.00! me J
ium grades, 3.25 to 3.60. Grass
fat cows, to 3.15 1 canners 1.50
to a. 21. Stockera and feeders were
in strong demand, especially the
best grades. We had the pleasure
of selling one load of 031 lb, feed
era at 4.40, the top; hulk ot sales
range from 3.60 to 3.90.
Hog receipts 17,000; market op
ened about 10 lower, weakened as
the day advanced, and closed dull
and flat 20 lower. Bulk of recipts
sold at I5.43 to 5. J5, but few heavy
hga sold better than $5.50, and
extreme top price was I j.70 for pigs
weighting around 120 lbs. On the
the late market these pigs could not
have been sold than $5.35. A good
many lugt failed to find sale at the
The outlook seems unfavorable
for the rest of the week.
Live Stock Com. Met
A Tvpoft-rapblra.1 Curiosity
Taken from the Sbclbina Demo
crat 1 "There i$ a little matter lo
which the Dcmociat beg$ lo call the
attention ol $om ot il$ $ub$crih
er$. We really hate lo $pak tl
it, but $ome have $eemingly allow-
eJ it to ihp their miud$. To u$
it iS a very important i$$uej iu
fact, il'$ nrce$$ary in our bu$i
ne$$. We won't $eak further
on the $ulject. Pt-rhap$ you have
already guc$$d lhe drift of our
An I'xatupiA of I'eralstetiee. 1 1
"No" says the couutiy merchant,
"I guess you'd better leave my ad
vertisement out during July ami
August, Its always hot and dull
and little doing then, so I ir.ny at
well save the money."
MYou ought never to drop your
money," tising," urges the editor
of the local paper.
,,Oh, I don't know. Seems to
"But look at Lipton, Don't he
go right ahead building yachts and
and racing them without regard to
what time of the year it is? I tell
yoti its the presistent, uncreaaing
advertising that counts. - Chicago
Mrs. Peyton and and little
daughter , of Emporia, visited in
Pleasanton last week the guests of
Mrs. Julia Decker. They are now
at Rich Hill visiting II. M. Ruble
and family. Mr. Peyton will local
at McPherson this State and engage
in the mercantile business. After
Mrs. Peyton completes her visit in
this section she will join her husband
at the above named place. Pleas
The grand old 4th nan-come and
gun?. ve tntna everyone rnjoyeii
the day. People In Arthur hart
nice quiet time en ting Ice crvnm, and
Mr. Jo IH-llar nnd wife i-nt tlx-if
tn In Carthntw, returning home
Monday. They aay tlwy hnd a nU-e
time In that city.
Wlllte Hue Mb returned home Junt-
3i)lh from tola.
Mr. Walter Mllnor nnd wife of lulu,
Kanwts, returned home Moudny.
They came to Arthur to iiend the
4tu and have a (rood time.
Mr. Jack Williams bos got hlx
boune moved, his new Iwiru done
and of courme he will aoou U r resi
dent of Arthur,
Mr. and Mr. Sarver were vUlting
In Arthur Sunday and Monday.
Wins A WAS.E
Kvery body 1 bnsy harveetln
onla and putting up liny tUta work
(.ten. Long and wife ainnt 4th of
July dny at Uua Olftnda.
Henry Lee haa bought httuwlf n
new mower, and lige IU-o,ua and C,
Kk-nberger have Invented lu hay
rake. I', K. tut alo U-e-u gi-ttlug
hliiiMt-lf a new aprlng wngon.
Llge r.uthT waa making a Snndny
erenlng cnU on aome tf ttie 1'nj.lu
vllle glrla Itut tSuudny.
We have been Informed that llarv
Long la going to start out w Hit hi
threaUlug machine home time thU
Ilarve Iktihore attended churvU at
raplnrllle Irvat Sunday.
We have leeu over right ainiirt
f country the limt few riuya, and
think ttirtt the rtinnrv for tilth h (
a com crop look pretty nihil, oata
and flax uotltlug extra but the hay
crop will lie Iuhihmiho.
wolf and Olnnd were thrvliliig
aotii Kaftlr com nnd enne evd for
dlnVreat partk-a lat Momlity.
Mr. and Mm. ItuMih rrnw sen
talk ra lu Itich Hill, Humlay eveiilnu
MImm Med it IVnton. daughter .of
f vtwyer IVnton t Hutter, 'iit
lew day 1mm t week vIkIHiu Mr.
Iir. IkelaiiM'U-r and family t ItH-li
Hill rrvateil fjulle a atir In Miolv one
aventnir lunt wtvk ly patina
through that ltut lu their nutoiuo
Mk. Ala Tourttilott 'ld a tiiHim-
vlit to Nevuda htat Tliuraday.
Mr. EltaKeraM went ti Ida n
B1 who Uvea near KprnKue. Kut).
day. Mr. E. anya Uol la well nnd
linppy, has corn wnlxt high and a
five months old daughter weijjhliiK
tweuty tteven xtlti(U. Htjnio ulie
liouhl tell li(MwvelU
(lrij;a Tarver palil n I.urIim m
trip to Karinna ("Ity Erllay.
Mtam-a lV-a Ityun, Edna J one,
C1U Ayrr aud Ioina iHKUr. ud
Mcar. Harry Jones ami E1 Ayer
celelratt-l the fourth III Nevada.
Tlila la a very buy w-k for our
farmer. Out are ripe and ready
to cut. Hay la rvudy to put up itutl
the corn I tut-d I ujr cultivation lu
if. At jtrvm-nt crop prtmiH.tta Jirt"
Mr. Wulker uud family f l:h h
If lit wrrv vMitlBtf frk'tnl hens Huu
day. IVn Ityan and a latiy friend wen?
eiijoylnjf a drive Huudny rseuliiK.
A ainall houao near Ovid vt ualturu
ed to the ground Saturday IiIk'iI.
Mlaa Atta Tourtlllott waa iill
Imdly hurt while rrmiiit the lake
on the trolley wire at Itutk r tlie 4tn.
Mlaa Alt waa Mutined and urn -
aeloiia for an hour or an, aud it v t
thotiuht her akull was fnu. turcd, tint
fortuuiitely alt hiu uot hurt ao
tunlly na at tlr.t thotiuht.
Mr. U-u liivla and dntiKhtcr of
J'leiuft it tiap, were ruliln uu hiioU-
(rkixU one day lat wevk.
WITH ftJOOTMIHO, nAtMY OILB.
( T-imnr Catarrh IMii'fc Kltm!.1 D-'-r
t l! '-MB JM1 ! li-w.-- VVfit4
! Iiir.ii.k-J 1i,m-S. S'ullrr. ivi-m
Th fi'rttli' I uhIm nlotig tint
IulKl!l(t A. Nnhhvlllc It. I:.
In Al.tttuu.'l, Wtfl I lor!., 1
nnd MImInIpI lire v rltnlilc
boitiin.nH for t he fruit trr-ow rr
nnd triu h gitvilucr. tim- in.tu
ohl from imo Kindle in iv, l it)
li.'irrvt of rndiMht-H for. ',Ml.m,
grouM; iinothi-r piitth of 4
m-ivH riiillxliv yielded -fl.l'w.-0,
net. In tlit pprlng of Y.i,
nnother truck g-.miner Bold
!WHi tmnvlif of invt.itoen In
1'lttMliiirKli from acres of
ground for 1..Vh, nl uft'r
paying all en.I-ni's, cleared
JM'J.ihi. or (.7";) jt u-re.
Within two i-ki nfter w 11
lnT hi--1 potato-, corn wnt Up
nnd watciiin i'Mi tinea were
run it In a: n the jrue iand.
lie harvested hi corn,
hold III ineloiit, mid after
ward cut twurroim of hay
off the. num. land, rind on
January it, l:.rl, wna plant
ing It titfulu In potatof.
Strn wlicrrica yield from fU-O.-(a)
to f .Vai.tN) pr acre; n lilnh
as K'.tvi iiartt of 1u1ouh
Ix-rrle have Urn grown on
a alttjjle acre. Addrv
G. A. PARK.
Unrl Industrial ssad I wml
Louisville & Hashviils R- R.
St. Louis & North
C'ouuecl at bcllgiuan with the t-t
Louis and Han Francisco. Nw time
card In Te Sunday June. "., V,rl
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Tcxn. I il.l.ihi na and Mem-
lJi!. Mail nnd Kxprti V 't n. ni.
( 'ariioii t Vner .'.40 p. in.
for detailed Information iu n-tard
to train -'rvlo-, rate, etc., apply t'
IU T. Liil!.rrleie, . al np-nt. or
Jat. loiii.ihiie, A. . 1. A.. KansaM
KeviHcd Llo I of Special farra.
Via lhe EiUco lHie:)ii fir.t
and third TuckI.iv in each inMiiih
One wjy at half l.uc plu $j.oo,
to 15 Hato '
lloiiic-nrlct Noitli, ct and
soulli. one? f.tm jilut $J.oci.
Snttth Il.ikoU, one f.ite, piu ioc
I'enle Spring, oneftic j-lus Jc.
lio.toii, one ..ie pint $j.oo,
June l to July 4.
Michigan, Ohio, New York, one
litre plus ti.ot, Juitic to Novcnihrr.
Denver, Ji6,oo, July it to loth.
SjnFianci'o, f S,ct, Aiintit 1
California. f-,n,o, Jul) 1 to 10.
H. Y. 1. I"., Atloitj, one fare
plus $..oo, July ) to li.
All point within 100 nn!c, July
3 and , one fare .u t,c, and
nuti) otwt i, t" i iiiitncmtK to men
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liiisliK-ra In IhU t'niiiiij and adjoin.
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fn oriiUy know 11.
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