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ffee mMttta latin Hagle: glmrstUtij ming jfeptemlrja 3, 1903.
M." M. MURDOCK, Editor.
FRANCIS MENTIONED FOR PRESIDENT.
A supposedly "inspired article" has been printed in a
Chicago .paper associating the name of David R. Francis
of Missouri with the Democratic nomination in the presi
dential race of next year. Why it should be designated an
"inspired article" in view of the fact that for mora than a
year the name of Francis has been associated with the
nomination, ia difficult to understand, but that, it appears,
is the way of the politicians.
Francis, it is said, is "knocking" on the proposition
and positively states that he will not be a candidate, but
there is method in his protests. He is at the head of a
tremendous non-partisan celebration of the accession of a
section of the country that has contributed mightily to
the marvelous growth of American power and wealth and
influence among the nations of the earth, and feels at
present, of course, and while the enterprise is still prac
tically in embryo, that it would not be profitable or proper
for him, either materially or politically, to become the
candidate of a party in opposition to the interests and
the majority of the people whose influence is required to
make it a success.
Mr. Francis may be a candidate when the success of
the St Louis fair is assured. '
Should he become a candidate for the Democratic nom
ination the entire Cleveland influence will be backof him.
He served in the cabinet of the "Stuffed Prophet" during
the last administration of that leader and participated in
the schism which ended in two national Democratic
tickets in 1896, although he was not a bitter factionist
He'remained loyal to the Cleveland faction in 1900. going
so far, in all likelihood, as to have voted for the late
President McKinley. That was a grievous sin in the eyes
of the common run of Democrats at that time, but from
the viewpoint of the present, with every idea for which
Bryan contended proved false, the crime is not beyond
the forgiveness of a people who have prospered greatly
because they were defeated, and who now know that the
success of their leader in that campaign would have cost
their country dearly.
tBryan will be opposed to Francis, but the chastened
Democracy is, at heart, tired of Bryan and Bryanism,
and in all proabillty will ride rough-shod over his adher
ents in the next national convention.
Francis is a southern man, but not of the fire-eating
species. He came from Kentucky, but not from that cat
fish outfit that has done nothing in the last hundred years
but to raise from the ranks to be colonels of regiments
that never existed. In other words, he came from the
non-slave owning element, the poor white trash of "befo'
the wan." He came to Missouri a dapper clerk and since
that time has been mayor of St. Louis, president of the
Chamber of Commerce, governor of Missouri, secretary
of the interior, and now president of the Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition, -a position requiring extraordinary ad-,
ministrative talenfand business capacity of the very high
To win the nomination it will be necessary for him to
have behind him the support of his home state, Missouri.
The business men and women of that state are for him,
but the politicians oppose him principally for his de
cency and unless they are shamed into it they will not
encourage Ms nomination. At the head of the free silver
propaganda, and also at the head of the politicians, Is
Senator William Joel Stone, and for reasons above stated
he is bitterly opposed to the advancement of Francis..
And strangely enough they were born in the same village,
were playmates in their youth and came to Missouri at
the same time. More than that, when Francis left the
gubernatorial chair he was succeeded by Stone. They
were never, however, since their youth in Kentucky, Very
close friends, for Stone, being of the slave-holding class,
was ever jealous of the growing power of young Francis,
who was of the commercial or shop-keeping class. And
bo it is not impossible that, out of class jealousy, one
man may prevent a playmate, a schoolmate and a chum
of the golden democracy of youth from obtaining the nom
ination of his party for the highest office in the land.
Of course it needs no prophet to tell what will be the
result of the election if Francis should be the nominee.
Geography will be against him personally, and history,
logic, patriotism, sentiment, public policy, national inter
est and popular traditions will be against his partyT He
may be the nominee but he cannot be president.
many a husband" a cheerful disposition is the source of
"It is an undeniable fact that a disagreeable disposition
in a woman is the greatest destroyer of conjugal happi
ness. Though a woman be the personification of Venus',
if she supposes that because she is the queen of beauty
she is at liberty to find fault with everything, to grumble
dl the time, to gad about instead of remaining under her
uiK-band's roof; if she sleeps by day and goes out at night,
; if she insists upon the same dishes appearing upon her
! table day after day, there can be no doubt that she will
j soon find herself deserted by her admirers.
j "Might it not be for some ench reasons as ttiese that
Venus had the incalculable number of husbands with
which mythology credits her? For, of all the goddesses of
Olympus, none was more coiirted nor more often deserted
than the Goddess of Beauty.
"The question arises': Should a woman depend most
upon her beauty or her disposition for retaining the af
fection of thman to vhom she has given herself? Beau
tiful young women who read these lines, and who are
starting out in the world laden with all the most adorable
gifts of nature, do not allow yourselves to be blinded by
the glamour of your own charms. Do not suppose that
because you are beautiful you may do as you please.
Beauty fades; and notwithstanding that science has man
aged to set back-the signs of age, it fades all too soon.
"But character never fades, and an unpleasant dispo
sition will poison a whole lifetime.
INDIGESTION MAKES A SOUR TEMPER.
Tho Marquis De Castellane asks some questions about
Heaven and Hell with reference to eating and digesting,
and finds this definition: "Heaven is a place where one
eats, and Hell is place where one digests." Clever.
At first sight this does not seem to be a pleasant sub
ject for a newspaper article, but the Marquis De Castel
lane makes it so. He says:
"Of all the functions of the human machine digestion
is that which Is accomplished with the greatest difficulty,
and which, consequently, has the greatest effect upon
character. It follows1, then, that good nature and kindli
ness are dependent, in women as in men, upon the good or
bad condition of the stomach.
'Take warning, therefore, mothers, and If you desire
that your daughters should get the most possible enjoy
ment and comfort out of life, look after their digestions;
Eee that their stomachs' aro subject to no weakness, and
by so doing you "will build up creatures who, instead of
spending tneir time yawning and complaining, are always
wide awake and joyful.
"Gharaeter is, after all, the only, or rather, almost tho
only attribute which enables a woman who possesses
neither beauty nor tenderness to retain her husband's af
fection. Character, as exemplified in a pleasant disposi
tion, is tho great redeeming quality. A man without
much imagination may fall in love with a woman of in
different physique if she is willing to sacrifice her per
sonality for his sake to adapt herself to his moods, show
ing herself gay when he is merry and sad when he Is sor
rowful. If a woman has the gift of making a man's life
easy, if she is- capable of meeting bis every caprice with
Invariable good humor, the chances lire that she will gain
Ebsolute possession of his heart
"It cannot be too often repeated that the vision alters.
Two people living together their married life soon lose an
exact perception of each other's physical attributes, but
they never cease to be aware of the dominant points in
each, other's characters, and this is why I insist that a
pleasant disposition is, if not the first requisite In a wo
man, at least an important secondary attribute, With
GUM CHEWING AND INSANITY.
"Who would have thought," pertinently asks the
Evening Wisconsin of Milwaukee, "that doctors would
countenance the practice of gum chewing? Yet here is
the news from St Paul that the Minnesota state board of
control includes chewing gum in a list of supplies for in
sane asylums, as its use is found to have an excellent effect
upon patients, soothing them during violent spells, and
enabling them to concentrate their minds upon various
forms of work. Doubtless it is the muscular, not the
secretory activity that produces the beneficial result The
salivary activity may deplete the salivary glands, and thus
prove prejudicial to digestion. Insane people are nervous,
and almost every one inclined to nervousness has discov
ered that there are forms of fidgeting which enable him to
relieve the tension upon his nerves and help him to con
centrate his attention.
"Many a lawyer and many an orator would be at a loss
in speaking if he could not twiddle his-watch chain or
twirl his eye-glasses. Many a traveling man and many a
politician would lose his reputation for ease of manner in
conversation if deprived of the cigar whiclx he gracefully
puffs in the intervals of his talk. And the fan! What
mistress of coquetry .would be willing to surrender her
"But while gum chewing may relieve Vhe fidgets in the
case of those who do the chewing, the sght of it is likely
to give the fidgets to other people obliged to look on."
j- THE PIKERS' LAMENT.
AT EVENING TIME,
No little sticky finger prints upon the
j window pane,
Upon the polished casing; or upon the
There is no bowl, with spoon beside, left
J on a parlor chair.
i Oh, no. the house Is very neat, and quiet
I everywhere; ,
No Angers now that hleed and bleed, no
( tearful faces sweet.
No voice comes shouting: home from
i scnooi aionff the austy street;
There are no trousers worn out now most
dreadful at tho ,knee.
No bagr of marbles tellingf-tales to eyes
most sure to see,
No tangled curls, no ribbons lost, no but-
' tons off and gone;
No stubby fingers tryins hard to sew
more buttons on;
The cookies now grow musty, stale, no
body cares for pies;
Cold silence reigns about the house the
mother's heart knows why.
For some have grown to man's estate and
some are with the dead.
Now two old folks are left alone, Time's
snow upon their heads.
Two old folks with sad, dimming eyes,
v.'ith tottering footsteps slow,
Who sit alone at evening time and talk
of long ago.
' MAMIE MOORE LATHAM.
5 S I J
For a genteel way of suiciding, fasting
is strongly recommended.
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"In all seriousness," asks Dr. Brownleo
Pratt, "will Turkey come high this fall?"
Kentucky women have more rights
than Kentucky men, says an exchange.
They ought to, they live longer.
HERE'S A BETTING PROPOSITION
that is better than a Spanish cock-on-the
fence affair: Which will be the flrat, that
railroad from Hudson Bay to Argentine
or the railroad from Paris to New York
without change of cars.
: ! ! :
A venerable dame of 10S years died In
the territory last week and not a paper
has yet told how much longer she might
have lived if she hadn't etc., etc., etc.
Alabama whites must have hard feel
ings against the colored man when a rep
resentative will ask the state to cut off
an appropriation for a school in his own
town. IT has Tjeen UNDERSTOOD in
Piker circles that the PARAMOUNT duty
of a representative is to get an appropria
tion for his town early and often.
A new railroad has just entered the
town of Sparks inOklahoma, EVERY
MAN IS HIS OWN PUNSTER.
UNIQUE YACHT RACE SUGGESTED.
Since the cup seems certain to stay, the interest of the
international series is sensibly diminished. It might, how
ever, be restored by the promise of a race unique in the
history of yachting, both for spectacular beauty and for
instructiveness, says the New York Evening Post Reli
ance and the two Shamrocks are in commission; pre
sumably Constitution and Columbia could be made ready
at short notice. All might be manned by some friendly
interchange of crews, through the co-operation of owners
of Acing yachts. A race between these five great single
stickers woulcRje no anti-clinia"x;i&rrthough:iVfollowed
the cup series. It would, moreover, settle many questions
which are perplexing yachtsmen and designers, such as
tne asserted improvement of Shamrock I, and particularly
tho relative standing of the unfortunate and still com
paratively untested Constitution. To bring about anch a
contest would mean considerable sacrifice on the part of
the owners of Constitution and Columbia; but they would
be rewarded by the gratitude of all who go down to the
sea in pleasure ships, and they would have the further
satisfaction of associating their names with a memorable
year in yachting history. We think it may be assumed
that Sir Thomas Lipton, whose equanimity lends a grace
to defeat, would gladly second so attractive a project
The fact that nineteen empty whisky bottles were
picked up in a brief stretch of public highway between
Pratt and Preston recently admonishes tho people of
Kansas that they cannot bo too careful in the protection
of their boys against the baneful influences of the migrat
ory harvest hand.
There is a fresh source of grief for Mrs. Nation in the
fact that Thomas Lynch, the heaviest and hardest smoker
in Massachusetts, lived to be 100 years old and then some.
It is evident that the Turks have the wires. Their
losses are always insignificant
W. H. Eagan, who became ah office boy in a bank at
Hutchinson twenty years ago, and who studiously re
frained ever since from entering politics, has gone to
Chicago as president of a million dollar trust company.
Judge Doster may insist all he pleases that he is still
a Populist, but nobody will believe in his orthodoxy so
long as he maintains such close salaried relations with
the interests of the late Jay Gould.
Commerce bows tho head and bonds the knee to all
religions alike. Herr Krupp Is seemingly as anxious to
fill the order of the Sultan for ammunition as if It weron't
to bo used to kill Christians.
Public opinion concerning public morals Js by no
means one-sided in Missouri. Jim Reed of Kansas Jity
and Joseph Folk of St Louis are both in demandffor
public speeches at Potosi. " .
Young Carter, Harrison of Chicago probably antici
pated mention of his name for president in Bryan's Com.
moner when he announced that he would never again ac
cept public office.
Our ancient Assyrian friends would do well to ascer
tain whether the American vice-consul is around uefore
thov. act out of evenings to charivari thair newly married
Mexico is building forts along the border of the
United States. We will really need no Inland fort' in
those parts fifty years hence and Mexico is wasting
William Jennings Bryan has bolted John H. Clarke.
Tom Johnson's candidate for United States senator in
Ohio. Clarke bolted Bryan in 1S&6.
While a rib was the undoing of Adam It was the salva
tion of Mrs. SUckney of Galena. It turned a bullet and
saved her life.
lime. Humbert gets five years in prison. She Is young
yet and the lecture platform In this country will keep
her in her old age. 9
The ones that will be most seriously affect I by the
lard corner In Chicago will be the specialists in dyspepsia.
As an organ of offense the Kansas' City nove was in
ovidence last Monday. The police broke three of them.
DON'T STOP YOUR CARRIAGE. Iff
THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET. Ifs a
sign thacyou are from a town where the
grass occupies the same position.
J. P .Morgan's case is getting pretty
desperate. Think of having to drive into
an excavation to get your name in the
New York American. -:-(-)-
The Wiohita street car line is certainly
making wonderful progress. Judging
from the looks of the streets where there
aro tracks, the street commissioner has
given up trying to keep up with it.
When Morgan "goes way up yonder in
the clouds," maybe he can manage to
squeeze more water out of them during:
The government should quit-, making
thousand dolar bills. They're HOODOOS.
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Sayeth Dr. Burton: "Comitas is a virtue
between .rusticity and scurrility, two ex
.tremcs,, &sa"Jfabillts; isUetw.een flattery
and contention, itmust- not exceed; but
be still accompanied with that inno
cency, quae nemlni nocet injuriao obla
tlonem abhorrens. hurts no man, abhors
all offer of injury."
A WOMAN appeared at a railroad
ticket office yesterday to make arrange
ments for a trip to California. She also
wanted to visit Yellowstone Park and the
CLERK had to be sont to the hospital for
nervous prostration when she asked him
HOW MANY DAYS she would be on the
sea in getting- to the National Park.
all depends on the point of view.
People who predict rain this week at
Blackwell, where a fair is on. aro called
Stroud's ice man is sick. He probably
has the gout.
are all t-i-r-e-d but our interest In
the yacht race might be revived some if
the Reliance would just let the Shamrock
win a coupie of times.
Cool mines have closed in the cast be
cause of the market beintf overstocked.
This will recall the Alliance dsya of 1J
when Kansas burned corn because it "was
cheaper than caal and Pennsylvania are
coal becaus6 It was che&per than com.
Such days are returning, hence this
IF that race hasgot to come off. we do
wtoh that the Reliance wouid tow tha
Shamrock off into some coraer and finish
the Job quietly.
Secretary Root of the war department
is in Leaden and he DINES wtih Lord
Roberts twHgfct. Hot the ek! own palm
ers will talk over the GLORIES of the
batueneid. Roberts will tell of his Soath
African rtfihUntr and Root wfl dascrOK
bow s political contest is woe In New
York. Now If Sou?a were Just there,
what & triumvirate it wottW be.
WHY SHE DIDN'T HAVE A BEAU.
I kaew a little maiden with browa eyes
Sbe Is pretty, she is neat, and always full
And yet itr friends have told inc. and U
scroty most be so.
This wtnacsae fittle rnsldea has never had
Her narae Is Gladyca and she ia the ateest
Rtrt I know;
But aer father and her ra other just wcra't
let her have a Jau.
You may have yucssed the tcasou, it is
very plaia to me.
This dainty little m-Jdt is sot mihe one
OUTLINES OF OKLAHOMA.
Perry has elected her carnival flower
queen. Her name is Maude Queen.
The opening- dt the Katy gave Oklaho
ma City its seventh outlet. Two more
Purple and yellow are the Perry car
nival colors. Red wil have Its inning- on
the last night.
A theater house at Oklahoma City has
been closed by one of the-"features. She
Eleven out of twelve is the record at
the Grand normal. Seven secured second
The court house building at El Reno
will be finished this week. Vault doors
delayed the work.
Government patents for homesteads
are accumulating in the Alva land office.
This indicates several things.
Dewey county flour -will soon be on the
market. The mill at Taloga is expected
to be running by September 12.
Five new rural routes began doins bus
iness out of Enid on Tuesday. AVhat's
the matter with Garfield county?
Alva has a new automatic rocklnjr cra
dle run by clock work. Now this is sim
plifying the Roosevelt-idea, indeed.
Leaving gates open la Canadian county
promises to turn out seriously for some
one. The Democrat gives the penalty as
A docttr was fined five dollars for slap
ping a boy at Oklahoma City this week.
He could have used a knife and been paid
for the job.
The Day CQunty Progress reports that
p. thief broke into a Grand citizen's home
and stole his most valuable clothing;
probably his suspenders.
A widow tried to commit suicide at
Oklahoma City because her lover is al
leged to have favored a servant girl. And
sho was a widow too.
Seven and a half miles of sidewalk have
been constructed at Oklahoma City In
thrree and a half months. Every foot is
a step toward cltyhood.
The Perry Republican advises that the
police force be strengthened during the
carnival, because "part of Guthrie's pop
ulation is coming up," it explains
A Canadian bottom land fanner says
he will get sixty bushels of corn to the
acre. His friends are advising him to lay
aside ten per cent for fuel this winter.
Alva Pioneer: There are some of tho
meanest jokers in this townjthat we ever
knew or heard of. Saturday afternoon
a Tellow who had been drinking tangle
foot to excess was standing on the side
walk on the west side of the square, and
he was so full that he was speechless
and couldn't stand stuady in his tracks.
In order to avoid notice by people passing
he stood on the out edge of the sidewalk
and looked towards the streeL Then the
joker, or two of 'em, hapened along. A
email hose, used by a merchant to sprin
kle the walk, was handy and one of the
devilish cusses stuck the nozzle in the
drunk fellow's pocket and the other turn
ed on tho water. You can imagine the
fun, without us telling any more, but the
jokers shut off the water and escaped
Day County Progress: Items of suffi
cient interest to warrant setting in type
and occupying space in a great, religious
newspaper aro very scarce in Grand.
Only onedog has been canned in the past
month, and he only yelled a little as he
passed through the park while a preacher
was there telling the sinners of their
wickedness and the wrath to come. Our
jail has had but one occupant in the past
month, and he broke out so quietly that
no one's peace was d'stiirbcd. We have
but one victim awaiting his reward from
the district court for trespass and at
tempt to commit crime. Unless our sher
iff captures a few horso thieves who are
touring the west at present and shoots
them on the spot, we see no prospects for
a real good newspaper for Grand for an
ALONG THE KANSAS NILE.
Brass bands go with a ful measure of
The Abileno Flambeau Club is holding
regular meetings. What for?
A new M. E. church at Ottawa was
dedicated Sunday. It was dedicated free
It is not believed that Coffelt will waat
a new trial, whatever tne outcome of this
Everett RIdgeway, one of Twigg's vie
tims, Is not well yet. He Is paralyzej
from the chest down.
The Wellington Mail Is very plain
spoken. It calls tho cases against the
joints "whiskey cases."
A "blue jay" social will be sprung on
Arkansas City people this week. It must
be a very "fussy" affair.
One of the star actors in the "Princesy
of Oz" was formerly a Reno county boy.
He began his career with a circus.
Homer Jackson reports a horse stolen
near Torrance In Cowley county Tor
rance probably needs another A. II. T. A.
Abilene people seem to agree that Can
tain James Shane is, innocent. But Gov
ernor Bafley's home doesn t happen to be
Cowley county Is to furnish the apples
for the Kansas exhibit at St Louis. It is
left to Leavenworth to furnish them for
the Missouri display.
Arkansas City's band Is at Blackwell
this week. Everything will be all right if
the Kansas and the Blaokwoll aggrega
tions don't get together.
The Methodist church at Winflcld has
adopted resolutions agalnat tha wkle
open" state of affairs. Indeed, the mayor
helped pass tho resolutions.
A horse that has been driven to an ice
wagon for fifteen years at Arkansas City
has been "laid on." Tho Traveler doesn't
say so but it is presumed he died.
Another man has' a pea red In mouther
Kansas who has proved that ar beet
can be raised successfully. It is yet to
be proved that they will be raised so.
While Hutchinson is receiving
from Carnegie on tho one hand It to
"cussln" him on the other for not supply
ing steel fo its railroad yard Improve
ments. Jamos Spradley withdrew his motion for
a new trial at Hutchinson Tuesday ar.d
accepted a sentence. He probably Ugared
that life is too short to waste any of it
seeking to escape puBlhmet.
"Twice in the past few weoka anony
mous letters hae been wriUew to parti
at Macks vile, one to a ioraaa about bar
husband and the other to a mar. about
his wife." reports the Macks-lle ArgU.
We wonder tf the raaa ami we man were
husband and wife.
Atchison Globe: The Globe 1 aoi op
posed to Charley Curtis, but It has never
beea able to understand -why MKne otber
citizen of the district is not gtrw aa op
PorteMftT to go t eaagrew. Tbee fere
should be passed around. Oarils I aa
interloper In this district, and why b to
permitted to octroi the different ooaaU
ts a wonder.
S5 Dorado Rajwbttcan: Das t try 6c
put up aa argusjeat that a bHI eamai be
gotten through th 3 mO later- rrtlevios
uie sraal amouat of property no-x oa ta
ucc roile fram escf-safire taxation- A
raeasttre of that Mad caa be gotta
through -without any trouble whatever.
All that la necessary 'Is frr tbe ras who
own the property, that docs aet wjo
taxation, to set together, raise a pot.
jxjtat a commute acd fay the lesirta
tore. Ottawa Herald: Cfepwle Daval baa
artsn to "point the way" for Kaa
Democracy. Mr Dcval has sxtetaos th
r4ttirnkeatB of ate party. What Jeraoc
rcr need ht aoraebody " &PtT t
brake aad put aani "3 tb track and
otaer to stn la orercomfag the ft
fecta of a down grad and a frightful mo
mectnm. NotrfSIy nei U point lb way
for Kanaas Docracy. It cn e where
it Is going well enough. Ualtsa Mr. jj
ral knows how to help It stop ISO nught
as wU ill fcW2 asala.
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