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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1Ir 1 i I JN SeriesNVo1 IX N 08IiIiSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COTJNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 20 1902 jfi A YSAB 2JiVOUR DIRECtoRYt c 1Veast ot erinpton J59 miles from Joisv1lte on Birdstowji Branch ofI Louisville and Nashville railroad farming and agricultural dis rictI Twp Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour miIIslumberI yards Population 1100 cotmty 15001 Represent tatlve in Congress Hon H Smith Hodfjenville IcyMiw Jteprexealaiive inKeutucky Leis llature Hon G A Dohoney Representative in State Senate Hon ThVEPlrrCounty Dlrctory CRCUfl COURTBt J rr g1utbegins Oil thfourtV 4Vd9nda1n rebru rrMlYa1d Octo berjV E Pattescn Judge tCoW HSweeney Commonwealth At toyzjyV FMt Campbell Clerk ThoA Medley Master Commiss ionerVV VV =QtfARTERL COURT iT I h4r itheldl on the third Mo Yin each month BtyoJudge v COUNTY COURT I Cpuntjr Court meets on the fourth Monday in each mouth VBrt LitseyJudpe yj FBooker County Clerk TV yesftyAttorneyi GeCatlett Jailer i Byron Croake SheriffV- Richurdlfiham f t t Sidney Osbdrfle IbiRH JNtulUcati Ed Masters t James F Mbbf County Surveyor t a j I Royalty Assessor TVV thTRobertwlrea5UrCfV I J M6ntg6mery CoronerV VV J 4 5J cYCOURTtilWHDa1crlolic Judge Joh J Grace Marsh lVW iCiaynrookeVCiVyi Attorney i t VsECQTT3ticeCourta ace held in January AprilJulyandt Otobeib Church Directory 1WI BAPTIST CHURCH Rey GebrgeAV Swope Past r Ser vices eveqkSundara II am and 730 i pm ndaySchOOI at30 Prayerjjj MeetlBgoriWednesdaT night at 730m ii METHODIST CHURCH fJfciV 8 Stiles Pastor Services ioHthetFirst and Third Sundays in each mouth jat 11 a ntand730 pmm PRESBYTEJACHURCRw ReV E c Lawson pastpr SertJI ylceseyery Sunday at 11 a m and 79 plaii Prayeinieetiflg erery Thursday 7ghVI CATHOLICCRURCHV- ReV Y P F HenneaT Past der f yicts every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours v 4 CHRISTIAN CHURCHp Rev H F Lloyd Pastor Services A second and fourth Sunday in each monthTIV Fraternal 9rdeifJf MABOKIC XODCE SpYiugfleld lodge No 50 jneetB second Monday in each i onthLWashtagtouR O Chapter No 57j t eeW every third MondaythJ Sptingfield Council No 52 meets on everyfpurthMonday KNIGHTS of THB MA CAHEBS Meets every first Wednesday in each rnontiif I QR M3XACK HAWK TKIBE No t54 eets every Wednesday uight wigwam I McElroy Hall rVL o VJ and N TIME TABLE jSi lifidaifl Departure p1 Trains 439 4241L n rul1248 Arj riprintflold HrU 5 30 t W 10lbYsllcy11OSoABooket 5 47 147 ilU54 Vrokes5 3- 8ll87WoodUwni 6 032 Hl37 Early TimeG ia a i5 illrlS jBarilstowH C28J55- l 680308rr308atl 1935 Ucatevllle C45 If IBilO iCnt Spring 611341 Ltj Hobbn 65i4 M laeamdnt 7 01400 00K4is fi fiubun i t j iti buth Park iMW t tith LouIsTille 7 50 5 tkel LouIsv11h Ar 8U3 rq9 i xlx- IIj A feyo Vjyouv TOn dOwn weau- atiAdisptrUed Take afcvr loves of Xtrliiip nwll cnfprceii nv energy iww Kfc3 fe the exhvasted nerves tW ij rtti3 M 1 bralti or miecii1a- xayMiiRMV pta ew faee pn life ti1 bav Pric 0 cents Hayden bS1ouV mWroww HKraiS W WiiinWWW Ii1 4J Aj ROUND OF tALK 1 J VVWYiO r From Kentucky Ob the bowlerS ere the loudest From KentuckyV Theyre the stubbvrnest and proudest From Kentucky cNow theres Wheeler on the floor ade the Britain J11onVoarVAnd t Xo1i erleat the shore Of Kentucky eresLord Pauncefote aaka protec tionVFrom Kentucky Hes bowed down with grim dejection By Kentucky And the envoys from this land okcd to slobber oer the band Q 1pJ1g Edward good and grand V5Fear Kentucky ITheresthe Kaiser and his brudder RfleKenJucky Wheelers words i st make them shud derrFor K ntncyVAh who is it withont fail Twists the lions snaky tallV Makes tbe German eagle pale Faith Kentucky Times Tattler 7BOUTTRuSTSInoticethat some of the county papers qs well as the tobacco trade pubS cations interested in the Louis ville tobacco breabsjare raising a great howl about the tobacco trust which is pictured as a Hideonsi squeezI wIacco growers state They say that the trust by sending iyers out into the country ttndi buying up crops are but laying the foundation for a plan to ruinie tobacco raisers by ruling the price so as to leave little or no margain aboivethe actual cost of production for the downtrc5dden grower To the average poor man or producer the term trust or combine embodies with it the worst sort of oppresSioncapital agaimt labor the rich against the poor and all that kind of doctrines suchas bas baen preached of late y writers and speakers who genT erally have an ax of their own to g rindtcounty have one of these monstersa tentacle of a gigantic octopus asiit werein their midst just now A branch establish ent of the Continental Tobacco Co which is the great and acknowledged trust of the tobacco trade has been doing busi neSs in Springfield for several onth And they have been doing business too from the ord go Considering the fact hat this trust has been heralded as such a bugaboo the tobacco farmers have taken very kindly to it In about three months time the representative here has bought about 550000 pounds of tobacco from the farmers of Washington county This purchase putting a low average of rice represents nearly 40000 which has been left in the hands of Washington county farmers hat the prices paid have been atWactory is indicated by the act that the trust is buying all the tobacco it wants and cdn handle The farmers have the same privilege of shipping to and taking their chances on the breaks that they always enjoyed and a gooc many continue to ship but the fact remrins that the local brand of the trust gets all of the weed iit wants and Ithe farmer Is saved the expense and labor of prizing and shipping to Louisville where the matter of price he gets iis more or less of a lottery and be sides the branch of the Continen tal Co by operating here is an aid to the business interests of the town They employ quite a number of men and the money thus paid out remai at home The tobacco trust may oe a monster t of the first water but until it devours some poor innocent it will probably continue to da business at its various stands throughout the countryV a URAL DELIVERY They e Is a good deal of talk about securing free rural delivery mai- lJroptesfor Washington county but 1judging frompast experience the matter is in danger of ending in talk A queer thing happen ed in connection with the effort I 3to5ttablished in a certain part of the bounty recently A petition was IIureof t proposed route asking for the service and all seemed plaint sailing There is a gentleman in the neighborhood however who imagined that the establIsh ment of the route would ruin his business He keeps a store and the postoffice and soils about thirty cents worth of stamps a week but the mail route would do away with his post office and would also probably keepsome customers away from his storea And so he was agin itV rrlistgentleman therefore it is saidt circulated rumors among the people of the neighborhood cal culated to kill the movement for a rural route The impression got out that it was a Republican scheme to rob the people of a mail service and another report waste the effect that the govern ment would compel every one along the route to pay five or ten dollars for a mail box A protest was framed and influenced by these rumors received numerous signers Congressman Davei mith in reply to the petition asking for the route said that it would be impossible to secure itsiin the face of the protest of sotmany of the people of the district and so the matter stands In the meantime there is a movement to establish a route leading through the same territory lead- ingi out of Lebanon That towni iis also after another roqte taking iin a part of the eastern part of the county Both of these routes properly belong to Springfield but wfe will never get them1 unless an effort in that direction is made VsALSEVREPORr It is aston F ishing how little iit takes- ometimes to put a false report into circulation and to keep it there he rumor came to town lastp week thatlhe drillers at vork on tile Coyle farm near Stewart had struck oil iat 1 depth Gf 1200 feet The report gained ground until iitt was generally believbd The correspondent for several city dailies finally tIred it ijnto them as news and the report has goneb the rounds of the press The truth is that no oil has been truck at all The well drillers iit seems were not very communi cative about what they had done to everybody who came along Und consequently those from whom full information was wth held to once jumped at the conclusion that a great strike had been made and hence the report leGacy of tho grip Is ol ten In run down system Weakness uei vousnes lack of appetitni energy and atDbll ion with disordered liver asd kidneys often follow an attac of this wretcned disease Tne reIatestneed then IsElectric Bitter s the splendid tonic blood putritier ond regulator of Stomach Liver and KIdneyrrhousands havfiprovedthat they won erfu lly strengthen le nerves buildI up thesystem and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip if suffering try them Only 50c Perfect sotis faction guaranteed by Havdoa Robertson Salesmen Wanted- amI hi needof a few reiablr energetic men to act sassistaILsj for PreIVIOUSnecessaryILive active men can gO l wages For term address giv ing full name age and rfeience- WI YC GRANTIColumbia Tenn There is probably no disease or condition of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than pilesTablers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures them qnlcHly withou pain or d tention from businass Price z5 cettts in bottles tTubes 75c Haydon and Robertson FOR SALE A few choice whitePlymouth Rock cockerels at 75 ennow1El Leadfr Stops The Cough and works ofrihtt Xolit- Laxatiyer BrpmoQmnine Tablets cure Ita noiarJlrlce25 Kentuckys Wan Claim The House has oncurred in the amendment to the Urgent c a ITertainf IT money expended in raising onI fotcesldurin t of Indiana differs slightly in wording from the Senate amend meat hence it will be necessary again to ask the concurrence of the Senate It is expected there will be no difficulty in obtaining this Represenaive Smith of Kentucky wno has been actively work in the interest of tKentucky claims said theI thattho claims on tile would amount to about 973000 This amount according to Mr Smith pay be increased or decreased as it will be ncumbent upon the office of the Auditor of the War Department to audit the claims an present then 10 Congress after whirh the amount will be a ptllopriatedc ItAsaved her chllds Life wlnittle boy vas changd by Pneu monia almost to a skeleton wri tes Mrs W Watkins of Pleas ant City 0 A terrible cough etin th ttin piteof a good doc rirs treatment for several weeks glCW worse every day wethen usrd Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption and our dar ling was soon s uod and well i medIcIleiits Vie snly suio cure for Jougn Colds and and all Lung dtsI casis Hay o1 and Robernspn Uiiiararttee atifaction 50100 wretched iIiIllonalreAThe story is told of the owner o everal raiiroads who was unable to bUy relief from the nerve twisting a dioilytale The sick man must have known that Perry Davis Painkiller would help him at oiiet as t has helped stlaano honsands of sufferers In tbe eastoiiihPainkiller PryIiavis liLillusion Par ks atd Margarett Kern oLh of Pjrryville made an fTrt to get out of the juris diction of parentil authority loig enough U nave a ccromony p frmed which would unite them in LCd bondS of matrimony They get8S far as Ipnction City on their wav t Jellico TernVvhere they were inter cpled bv the town marshal who had been notified bv the father of the prospective bride Both weru taken back to MiichellS burg where the girls father met them The young man went on to Louisville and theyoung lady returned home The girl is said to be 13 and the vouog gentleman about 20 years of age Danville News wo things in the treatment of nasa catarrh are now fully understood FIrst tee drying process is a delusion hat profucos mere mischief than benefit Second science common aonsoand experience proclaim Elys Cream Balm to he instant relief rnd fWlnlI certain cure It cleanses the disease membranes ajic never makes thc blentdruggists and by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Sheriffss Sale FO- RTAXES By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the county of Wash ington I will Offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield one MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 1902 AJ about oclock pm the following property or ao much thereof as wilt satisfy the amoont of tax and costs tqwitjPOTTSVILLE DISTRICT Kimberlin O W ncn resident for years 1900 nbd 10l amount of taxes and east 18 35 tL4nrhjland for your 1900 and 1901 amount of taxes and costs 9 70 Ray Sallle colored on land for iyears 1898 1899 ttOO and 1901 gimount Of toC and costs 9 70 Spaldlnp Fred non reaijent 01 and for year 1900 amount i VtaxesH B POWELL Ex TO CURE A COLD ikeT Laxative Bromo ets JVlt druggists r if it Jails to cure ii T4ture Ison ea VVV Circuit Court fThe Regular february Term Be gins Next Mondayla Ii PROS PECTS LinLE The February term of the Washington Circuit Court begins here on next Monday February 24th which day will also be County Court day The docket for the coping term is rather A light one there being only a few cases of an importance to be triedOn the criminal docket there is tionechances are iikwill be continued LeslieiShpwnjaker is to answer at the cominggrand jury for the mur der of George She maker last December but it is doubtful if the ase wjll go to trial at this term nother criminal case which ill probably be tried is that of the Commonwealth against Ben Spratt and Jessie Terrell accused of horse stealing This case has been postponed several times and has been tried once resulting in a verdict of two years by the jurjr A new trial was secured however by the de fendnts and the case will very likely QEf decided at this term On the Commonwealth docket there are about 60 old cases mostly for misdemeanor to belle There are twenty new suits tiled for this term on the civill docket besides 175 old equity cases which will come up mong the new suits is ad mage c Gasefordin agajinst W L Keeling Har in who is known as Little fiill is the same who assaulted and cut old man John Hays atI the voting precinct at Polin on glectiondayling it seenis interfered and p trobablyfe and now Hardin issuing Keeling for damages for assaulting him The term of court promises on the whole to be a short one owing to the fact that there are no cases of much importance on either tbe criminal orcivil docket JVIakes Weak Women Strong 1 have taken your RemicksIePepsins Blood Tontc I know it to be the bast tonic ever used It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise nougb Itt Mrs O D Pickering Olney Ill For sale byHaydon and RobertsonV OlaminyV Art CrltleUm The old negro mntnmy of the ante bellum type is fast disappearing and when one does meet with tho genuine a hrticleuiqinuer the occasion pleasantly say I the Italtluiore Sun Recently a gentle man was making some purchases in small grocery in west Baltimore when there entered the store one of those diameters y belonging to the days gonI Hanging conspicuously on the wall of the stOre was a large lithograph de- pIcting an airily clad youngster In n Held of waving grain The picture Im mediately caught the eye of the newcomer Who dot she asked the clerk Why that Is George Washington replied the clerk with a twinkle In his eyeHuh grunted aunty dubiously Hit luks mo uk Moses In de ambush Titer Still Name tbe cook A queer custom which prevails otno other couH than that of Great Britain is the announcement at the beginning o 0fof tlcodk who has prepared tko dishes served The Origin of this custom dates buck to the reign of KlngGeorga II who tuade a great favorite of one of his cools promoting him to the rank of chief 0rer the heads of all his seatlors ThIs of course created great jjealousy and every effort was made t aodering him responsible for the failure which were laid upon the kings Able Greatly Incensed thereby and fearing o Ipso hip post ho complained to Uitking in person who Immediately gave orders thait henceforth whenever a dla was placed before him the name of tbrf Booklire should bo announced In an aUdible a ltone r Vii lereJJ RAQPinon Tticrei only otto tiijuir mororh Itbiiu marrying for moneybVV What la tt marrying to win BbcUI uXout1rrylng WlthouttI New YorH Commercial Adverth rFc J Eves So b Little ElnierPapa what la ifthat jProfessor j Harpers Bazar VVV Mackville i W p Hatcbeth bought three combined horses ages from 5 to 6 years on an average of 70 per head at the Danville horse sale st week also sold a 9 year old mule to Difn Carey for 55 and a pair of 8 year old horse mules to J R Smith of nearjyour town for 150- qamilis Gillispie bought u3 year old comb f horse otGabe Shewmakerrfor 6230fV Nelson Shewmaker sold a bunch of 100 pound shoats to Walter Sbewmaker at 4 cents also sold a bunch of stock ewes to Ed Brittou at l7ji per head J R Davistbongti a bunch of 50 pound shoats ol A J SPtC yeesi Berry Shewmaker bought a bunch of 90 poufixi shoats at5 cents atNicholaspounds of tobacco to Will Will ham at 6J cents D H Matb3rlY bought 10I barrelsfcf corn at 3 per urelJ from Will hewmaker Mr M satherlyn i bborbood have corn for salek Wulle JRay borne bought a combined 3vear old filly ofr Erastus Case at 70 also bought a 150 pound hog of Josh Mewman at 5 cents and a bunch of shoats oSweeney Brown ol color at 2perhead R P Henaren bought a sow and nine pigs of Willis Adams at 20 and sold two steer calves to Taylor Harmon atf25r Jbought a aged mare of W P Hatlt4 also sold twt steers to P T Wutts at aoVMarried on tbe 12th William ibson of Stewartsville and MisS Olhe Lester of near Mackyille a ytPurdom of East Texasr When the ChimneyV Is choked with soot the fire Ian S ulshea and goes out When the bron chial tubes thetreatment with Allens Lung Balsam brings up the phlegm allays inflam stops the cough and pain in tthe chest and in a word overcomes hose terrible colds which if neglected soon become consumptionI A young minister who was naturally of a shy disposition was rather embarrassed af his first marriage ceremony and unwittingly reversed the usual order of the service thus making the bridegroom promise to love und obeo4ils blushing bride The error passed unnoticed at the time but shortly aft ttheand be said to the minister- I believe Mr you have made John promise to love and obey myj daughter Ah well he added after a pause and with a sly look at his better half I suppose It wont matter much It generally comes to that an- ywayPenrsons A Story of Stevenaon Robert Louis Stevenson was t sicularlyname and utterly averse to tho ph I form of spelling Letters of admiring autograph hunters did not often draw im but one day In Samoa a letter arrived containing praise so judicious that ho said That I must answer I Then his eye caught the envelope ad stelJLencerumpling the offending missive flung It on the firetHe Didn Slav to Kd BOWEd a a pladysHorace Yes I thought yatt tfQUl Ilike it pHoraceYuyoutFloraOh dear This la so Chelsea Mass Gazette addeR aNot Put imI was not successful in the attempt to ejecttho cook from my bouse But what nettled mo was tho unruf fled demeanor of the woman t You might at least have tho good breeding to act put out I cried and left tho kitchen slamming the door behind mePuck Porbearlnar Dps uA gut dog is the best friend a inan can have pmnrked tho tobacconist he wooden Indian When you get sick he doesnt tell you what to take nd when you get wen he doesnt Jel- lfouhow i much worse he had the same dlseaBP Syracuse Herald Maniachtiietii Superstition In parts of Massachusetts It la that If a girl puts n piece of southern wood down her back the first boy she meets will be her husband In oston if a marriageable woman puts bit of southern wood under her pil low on retiring thcf first man she sees In the morning wIll so says the supei Btitlon be tbo one whom sbo iiVparry A 6lntit ar 5oLte iJSweet WlferOb Herald the t lock just Tell and narrowly missed mother Had it struck her she would 1tsldeieaa loir iBdlanapolls NewLI L AtWjl u1 6 Breezy Notesf rm the NatiiiwI Capital v t Of iIGiUTt0SV atVVS t enatorPltOVbfCOnhj4ho author of the Platt athetdntentbe providing for our withdrawal t tceptedbY49heve SLntiontariff concessions hadbeeiipticawised who is regarded as one of tbe best constitutional laws rs in Congresshas put dnother k thnotexpressing the opinion that un dJer his amendment the annex lonof Cuba is impossible ill tiatopiniondestroy one of the strongest 9r1 guments in favor of tariff assis ta t3ucegiving temporary assistance toC the people of territory that will itjwit1early to say Senator Perkins of California is bne of thej stroogtist republican opponents of Cuban tariff concessions He takes the ground that we owe Cuba nothing while Cuba owes us much and that it wpfild be a great injustice to American farlII ers Je compel them to bear t ej expense of assisting Cuban sugar a cindThe announcement this week of the treaty of alliance between JfSatJBfl ian andJapan for lfhe m VtaintainauceVtt China Corea whicl more pointed notice to 11 that it was not to be allowed to- l ork its will ia China than the recjnt n teor this government warning it taatjio interference withAmencan commercial lrights and privileges in China wOUld be 1tolthis government which has known of fhe negotiations be j tween Great Britian and Japan from the beginning In fact this government wag invited to become a party to the treaty t declined because of the policy established by WashingtonfindI lived up to by every President since to avoid entangling for eign alliances4 but too occaSl0IJI to let both powers Know that itI was in sympathy witt the object f the treaty and ready 10Jt act independently if necessary o help it alongVThe American sugar growers threw a bombshellinto the camp of the advocates of tariff con cessions for Cuba this week by sending a communication to the House Ways and Means committee declaring that sugar is now being manufactured landI old in Cuba ata profit so that there exists no possible jus tification for therediiciqnS tbe present tariff on unrefinedI sugar coming from Ctiba flpbn the ground that tbeOqba1i planters are wmanufacturing sugar at a losstand asking that a special committee proceed to investigate the question of the cost of production price lend lafits befort Congress acted Representative Steele of Ind asked if the invitation to go fo uba included the payment zVO VOheobertsonofL who represents sugar making district and i icember of the coinmittee saidI tbe epxense would ba paid ttr necessary to get tKe comniittee ogoV 7 eVWyIiairVt U fTVthat took off all mrhalr Ijttr chafed a bottle s HiJf li Vigor and It brought ai1myhairtback again WR Qulnn MrehllesVhli I One thing is certain l Ayers Hair Vigor ntakcl the hair grow This itf because it Is a haff food It feeds the hair sand thfe hairgrows thats all there fis toft it StOPS faII1oth thofl ways restores color to gray hair ILNabi U OVIet titaaet clu eM ryoa betu Jte MM 4fT tfci OfJOV IreStXIIOJCATkC0LSSPaIS I iA Th95ecretary of the Nattomil rljairy Union ha issueq a state ntayinK that thy Olsomir- rine bill has passL t bytkt House is an iimprovemtni ortr thebillof llast year ndeprt- heopinon4tuat t I ed the proceK buttec amendmene t rlrpuUl strengthen hebilllinthe St a e The Industrial Commiftsiom has issueLl its finall report It re mdallVT i1l4SV the hotrrsjoflabor of persoift tween the ages ot fonrtee awl twentyonej a working dayof eight hours qgaU public work ate legislation making rVy- ment of all labif fitrfcti jth and abolishing company gt abandonment of the gem eral propeijty tax by states aide raising ot necessary revemue by taxing cbrporatioiisrevenss- dan infierilwicesj Ckngr MUHill legislation to prevent intiM4ir on at Federal elecioSVt prevent the State imporUtib ofVconvictmade goods from oe tate into another without ett consent of the State in ifhfcbtMt- oodstfrare Sold reyisioM M codification of the imniritioia laws ezclnafcn and deportatiim oanarchists and coaUinftttom wwitIiamendmenb easYgaVQid Senators who usually bow w hat they are tfalki f aboit MT tthatthere is no possibility ftSenator Onllomfat sucoeeiim ia his project of forcing sis by- het Senate on the old feclprt i ttty treatise that Ira oefoieiktiy committee on Foreign Rll Uj A member of that cojB iiWt ex pressed the opinion that t iltie s would never eyem bVrSV ported to the Senate t vikaisost The ftlllOM compound in the won qnor aches and kilL pi Culs Barns heals Burai Bruises Subdues IilamaUeB masters Piles Millioifbtboii sold yearly Works woaderiji I ifBo1JJdis eases It cures or ttb pj Haydoa and BobertsV I FaAaetItI VVVMarriage by abducttov was fcy W means uncommon la tbe Mdy assVThe dnughterthe t1Ac ef JL Was abducted by a FkGMtktaa fttGreeks carried off lorey fre TyssVand Modes from CoicilgVNext to the abductiom II fair Helen perhaps the most r adatMi m its poUUcn1oiieqnet Was tW King of Lcldsteri taking aiftr el tke wife of a neighboring petty ftTWtitf 0Bonrkeof Breffnl VTheth insult and drove froaa theVbrother of Lelnster who apfiriii tIHenry IL of iiBgland fee ali te over his lost soverelfitr Tkt Kft taaa conquest of Ireland fo irti WMI long centuries of war aH it lralt kP CioiSi Chicagoan may iraay jm that you are lotin aiMfe ttaM If you Uve elsewhere tVtVVV w4His mental attltedt ii thi nM + toojnuch Chicago JLMrirTMiMr ik llcly proclaims it that bss J9few tolles onbtifc f Mtir T ik i5Bi l you really cease tUn sadVcamping out That lath ittHfit much New Tori A Buliilii nothing and yoa wntonrt kite leg perfectly not saylnr whoto TOi BM jw lCrDtr a5 pows4s 1i a ws f ltou hive Pltylnir jou becavM yoVVthat 3o on is att tktrc L MM aterm I1Lgtii TertII1Iwhat kknQ 4jICOlUltW f the thin Itsty- erl the it ap ef tie The lMUter pfie su- idZIdIHYm reaa SV- styovcrthebackamdtbi IN on fire The JaMeatlli IMII Beparate at the iotetakbjir =Jute ifc A Iarf btofe k Vim horizontally between tiki Inuwhich are geztlypdsd tnm tte ta Many urtleir p aot Mrrtf tfc ss but moat o ihtiii Jlf aM a new cov lag JMt M a tflngnaepbCeMs 4 0V 4 Xe 1a wVKind luaayl jwi firtir IJIterh little boyV Boston PrOdIUVI uW K theanto ask a Aap ImiSam able to rocogts wentysix fnada t tal vyn witch Lbs Jftjfitrtr based I samM Nffiy te tm earned the wbit I wsi L OhiQtt3oseL wMtI1 W N ber N 1 efth JIteduiaefiMt for pEcri Ibm by tk5Isis j Well5r1 lagC4 Iob1Va- il wayrtf ws um2l tj iuMa- era t = itCN airarh lie IIe1aMI t raarchlot at tt bt id of tbs dAVV troop Mot ovfcKmyhto ssUp cj J I Tilt NtfSLEADER OBLISHED EVEBY THUXtSIXlY y f YEAR INADYANCe t 1 Vc SPRINGFIELD IKY S tLi E L DAVISON Jr t JDITR IPOSU Jiocal or tn lnc3 notices cant 116ii lirst iQsoitlonnncl S ceate fct rPieforthe a9b8ubscquent1nsertto 1 fjl 1kyCalls oa candidates anti political matter t cents per line I Job wqrk is dona at low ratesbnt cash J must b3 paid on delivery of goodsU if Advertising contracts made on liberal t 1t rnjs I X Obituariei and resolutions 9f respect 3 ients irlifl0 r T5i j t canty stntesvl 350 jUbtiomcer8 1to0 500 District offices tt=I THURSdAY rEBUARY 20 1902 tp Congressman Charlie Wheeler 4 of the Paducah district got on a rampage in ths Lower House of j Congress one day last week and f inMpeqch stirred up a decided n sensatfon an speeded at the qi j samd time in makins an ass of himself Wheelerinade a violent 1 attack on the Secretary of State ri an3 refeuingtO the coming viit of Prince Henry to this Country If referred to him as a little Dutch 5v nnH also threw afew hot shots 0 into Lord Pauncefote and said thathe ought to he booted out of this country He made asneer Tng reference to MIS Roosevelt i tlj the Presidents daughter because J tE that young lady intends to attend fI the oronatiOJi or Ring Edward 4L WtieeleVreceiyeaV a severe dress r W RepresentatiQe1IfvGrosvenour and others and even V w mantof bis Democratic h colleagues denounce his unwar i it ran ted outburst VV1l e1lt4bc latest bulletin from the r Kentucky Legislature is that the I ffeeTna teconlniUteejviUi report ad t IiEnot reiypn the House bill for the1 rembval of the State capital and it Is regarded as certau b11 win berv en voed upo lh Senate fr tnittna u Charitable Institutions jvill t favorably r port the Carroll bill placing tho asylums under a At Board of Control The Kedis- uVnctingat Committee has reached 1inagreemerif on the judicial aud congressional districts The only congressional districts Affected by the changes ate the Second Third Fourth and 4S fEleventh Casey county is to be to this the Fourth coi csddcd tdIstrictf JttttI J 4r VTlie railroad companies have = r a ibobr show when prosecuted in I tX cV TiTcburb The Southern Railway hasbeen fined 2000Cpmpanyiwg 1 ldeach of three cases in Mercer it p i Jf copnty for alleged discrimination r t iii freight its c rnusrIi W f Monkeys ltl rAllwellil1 happylots regularJflpfcUf t4 report from the monkey cage aJI rrif V ttjof Barnums Circusir ever since q cltii keers began dosing the in nkeysavith Scotts Enul- LZ5jfl r Gpnsumption was carrying off two thirds of them It oveiy1year and the circus had f4buy new ones tr Oneday tt 1ieper accident Scottsli tttunulsion n arthe monkey l eagerlyaMipped jtup from the floor P SSh ssUtr qested theidea that Jt rnughjjgfoi them good Since 1ftel1 the monkeys have received ftjjpfcrl poises and the keepers f port very few deaths frora1 V 11II Onsumphon oqrsstit theape1to buy SottsEmj tontt1 aw new monkeysand ff11fhatsuHs the circus mencJ i Consumption iin inonkeys and In iran is the same disease lfyou have it or are threaten fIdt rt with it can yoti take the hint i i ThiS picture repiese ttiL the Trade lIfarkof Sc tts L Emulsion andiwrapper of every bbttl sir if fSfor frtiirnpie i t SCOTT ti 4 BOSNE FiYorkof3a ctfI r 1r 1 mHE vvL T J A r 7w k iNHMM H OOIWWWW OO ii iiu mnw 1I 1t News Ffrom The County k- I 1 I 1t Happenings Among thefiounty People i H IasFfeported by our Correspondents ioW43 hclI q f Nvys is very carce i Mrsilfannie oaltn is on tbe s1cJiJisff 751s5 J14 Vrohtgoiiierybas moved torbis n vhcz liatThis place Caivin Settles of Texas is the guestof relatives at this place Mr Henry iReed attended the lecture at Springfield Tuesday night Mr Q Wrj Oder of Litseyj spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs Mary Olark Hugh and MIL Leachman visited their sister Mrs Bertha Miller of Danville James Settles sold 2000 pounds of tobacco to Springfield parties at 5 cents per pound Mr Ira Gillispie of Blooming ton 111 is visiting friands and relatives at this place Mrs Jane Noel isdangerously ill with cancer and her death is expected at any hour Mr Jqbn Leacbman and son Harvey are visiting relatives it Blopmfield and Fairfield Mrs Annie Kelley wno has been very sick fcr the past few weeks we are glad 10 say Is some better at this writing WIULISBUBG Ruel E Poster oi1 Springfield paid our towrfajall last Sun Jay Mr W S Gibbs isio Ander son county this weak on busi nessMiss Cora Trent of Kirkland is visiting her siser Mrs Mary Calvin E D Well ol this place va- In Harrodsourg last wvekorl buines Maud and Ottie 5funo v of bringfield attended ch1lerelast Sun RTF Juliu L Set cy arid fa mil ofj6nrlo nare visHin rtli tives at ihis plvco Born to the wife of Gi vgQ Keeling on tat Thursday a twelve pun bovv J N Cul and wife of FinwS 5k s pent last Sunday with R Chp hum and family Mr John Grider of our tuvn was over in Andersit oiun y last week on buisness Mr John Blanton pf ROlfln- Ky visited his daut bier Miss Bessie at this place last week Mr T J Trent and wie of Lopisville visited their relatives and friends at this pace llist weekMiss May Miller and sister Estelle who bavn just returned to Kentucky from their trip to California are visiting their rind Mrs IV IGraUdParel1tsMr pi ice Died on last Friday evonmsr tt oclock at her home near ihi place Mrs Elizabeth SuMof wifrtf off John Sutton She hasI been an invalid for quite a ber of years She leaves a bus band three daughters aid one son and several grandchildren tos moiiru he1lossl She wa73t years f age and had heel a member of tbe Christian at this pace for forty yearslatrhII funerHl services were by Eld Campbell of Lancaster on last Sjnday morning at thts plwce Her remain were in tcirJ Blithe Cemetery at this place the same day We rgletvIi much to bear of so much sick ies in our neighborhood We trus the sick folios will soon be ahln to bt out Tatham Springs Mr J M Mares is very sicir at this writing but we hope to see him out again soon rl MrEzra Tatum of Taylors ville iis visjtmg his sister Mrs Grant Scott this week Ivan Keeling is very sick jit this writing with pneumonia but we hope not ser usly Miss 11Ipra Parotte gave a mu steal entertainment last Satu r day night AH enjoyed themselves I Samuel Montgomery of the Penwick neighborhopdj is visiting friends and relatives hre this week t george Shi lds spldLhjs arm J talplDg 45 acrPsi ItcjLI JamtiorlDancing seems tobe the g- In this cpmmuniit Toe bpy- scantorkmucbwhi1otts sucil Aivv uuUlo icani Merril Pink +l sold his crop J of tobacco to Jj B Jenkins foy 140 Mr Jenlj ns also bought Erastus jV havnias crop contain injabout4500 Itijsai 7c per pouod Dames Keeling bought ut crop of tObiCCO of WJiUiam Coulter nt 7 cts per poun tl atsa a cro of John Coulter at 7 cits per iund- Tobacco buyer are bandlio tljeir money freely as there seems to be a bftiiir demvnd for tizeweedI ILast Sunday evening there seemed to bo copsiderable stir on Tadpole Ore kwhen MI Ed Gpff of Kalimazo and Miss Maud Scott eloped and were married at the home of Rev B F Aid kins of Stinnitt veISQDQ for Paris Ill where they expect to speud their futuite Thousand Dollars Thrown away Air W W Baker of Plainvie Neb writes My wife had Inng trouble fdrover fifteen hrs We tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any relief She was very low and I lost all hope wlian a friend suggested that I try Poley6 Honey and Tar which I did and thinks bD to this great remedy for it saved her llife Sjhe is stronger and enjoys bettor healtlT thau she has ever kuown in ten years We would IIcartry it GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS The Abject Dcferencc Shown T by Civilian In Amnrljipr emI The respect anti deference sHown the German army officer on dniy toI off duty by Jiis countrymen nro derful to see according to writer Civilians evon u1olllbnIof distinction on entering room bow to him with format humility He acknowledges the obeisances only with a rigid glare of hayfrtv indlffoiv once though hI Ianscious or the mdgolng of ladies The German ClvntllJl does not appear to be surprised at orfo resent being con tcmptueusly ignored by ulrtviut rec ognises him and looks up to him aSlr superior member of a superior race and continues to make his obeisances however loftily they are ignored But while the officer is unable see the civilian at whom he is toI point blank he never misses ohsorv Ing the entrance and acknowledging the salute of another of his own He rises from his seat and stands raceistiffI anti erect while the newcomer adIvances and exchanges formal and greetings and as be recovers the erect position from the bow he brings paradeIownIres1mcs There were tremendous ceremonies In eating and drinking too especially In drinking Each table group lifted thplr glasses Invariably together as if at the word of command taking their time apparently from the senor present Having seized their glasses to gether and raised them together and simultaneously drunk they would Bumultnncously finish and then hold lug their glasses before them would with great ceremony bow to one another before replacing them on Ithe table It did not matter whether were drinking beer or seelUsI Gorman champagne which the especially smart thing to take there was the same ceremony When a senior officer went out of the room nil the Junlr present rose to stiff attention nod bowed as he passed When a junior rnw hcnuidP the round of tin titblo on Ills way to tthe door and bowed separately with n si ur jjingling hiil clIck every time to every other OlIUlT PICKINGS FROM FICTION- It Isnt hard to jJudge human nature If you let tho cither man do tthe talking Tho Croat White Way WhYn wo undertake to compromise us1sertsn nina In the midst of the contume ly mid detraction of the world can get out woman to believe In him It Is enough Loves Itinerary Mrs Wiggs was n philosopher mid Phllosolphcolored glasses3Irs Wiggs of the Cabbao Patch Thorc is nothing In the world as harmless and us utterly Joyous mans conceit The woman who will pander to It is ungracious indeed Iliot Spinster Book pnst gives us regrets the pres sorrow the future fear at eighteen lent adores at once at twenty one loves nt thirty one desires at forty one dead now StcretI mourn all porctieo vlijimln was as nuich a riddle t to Mm as wntfl he rust married Light Freights rKnovvloilcejCallipers with the rising Inflection of one who earnestly desires to acquire Important Information u ujJiat Oh dopjt know replied his long wearilyj wanted to ask isnt fovllfiUt 1100 Hro Ilf lit Isnt foolish you may ask It But remember just ono ques tion and no luioru Well jm jthore are tfvlu of ciu that want to Ono l3AvhItli 1 ls the smartest thq wan vjirflinowb through to know that ho dont kuow nUifh or the man who knows cnoiigLr toilooTW If he knew everything The other is If the end of the world wns to tome and the eaiiyi be destroyed while n man was up In a balloon where would he andwhenbe came down And pn I t knov which ono of em to ask C hUNTS NATURE GIVES SYMPTOMS THAT SHOULD WARN MEN L OF eOMING SICKNESS The Slptniacnnce of Sneezing Yawn liar and Recurring Vlntcr Colds Tim 3IcunIii t of Dine HandB Apo lcxju Vn ruin Sleriml Nature scarce ever strikes without warning In so far as disease Is con cerned it gives clear signs of what is impending days weeks months and peoIlefing from them they would escape manyIremarkable how careless we are in this respect A man who will anxiously scan the sky for signs of coming rain lest his top hat may get spoiled will never dream of Examining his eyes nose or finger nails for signs of coming sneeze for Instance is very slg nJcanL Jt is always a sign that some thlugls injuring the air passages any whero from the nose down to the lungs Should it be only a case of snuff or pepper of course the sneeze is of no consequence But often It Is an Indica tion of congestion FherC Is iuflamma tiou somewhere with too much blood and the object of the sneeze is to give relief by getting rid of some the fluid This sneeze Is a warning thai every prudent person should attend t colrtRuttack of bronchitis or pneumonia When there is much sneezipg accompanied by something like a small shower of rain the victim will do well to take a warm footbath go to bed and adopt the other usual remedies to cure a cold The winter cold itself is a grave warning When it recurs two or three times every winter It Is sure to be fol lowed in the end by chronic bronchitis Once this comes on It is practically In curable Men are Started on their lives much Ins a such froma cannon with a cer fixed quantity of energy If disease or accident does not carry them otTothey will die some time of what we cull old useIn other words when the energy with whjph they started Is spent Sonic have energy enough toi carry them over the full century oth els have oily sufficient to keep them going for nijnety elghtlfeventy sixty er fewer ye rs a sure sign with some exceptions that the energy is likely to tail sooner than in the average man But all kinds of baldness have not this significance Sometimes the loss of hair arises from disease caused probably by mi crobes TIre warning baldness Is that kind which commences about the tern plea and on the crown of the head and gradually eats Its way over the sculL until only a circular fringe of hair Is left IBlue nails or blue hands betoken wcnk or obstructed circulation They are a warning against overexertion of any kind The obstruction may occur from disorder of severn organs in th body But most commonly the blue ness indicates that the heart is not up to the mark- Yawning is a somewhat similar warning It Is a sign t4m the steam has run down and that it Is time to go to bed or porhaps to go into the open air When you sit in a close room the lungs do not receive sufficient of the vital guts oxygen The yawn is then desperate effort of the lungs to propernI ly iterate the hired and It warns you to open the windows or to leave the room When you are out of bed too lion or when yon have done an unusu ally hard days work the waste prod exceIa you Most pooplo have a great horror of getting a stroke or fit of apoplexy It Is not by any means as unpleasant ins the toothache but the suddelllleSsI of It is what appalls no suddonuoss about it however o disease gives such early warning A stroke is a very simple occurrence and not at nil horrible It results from two or three causes but the most corn mon one Is this little artery In tio brain wears out and lets some blood scare which clots presses on the brain and paralyzes whatever part of the body Is governed by the piece of bruin pressed upon Now this artery wears out only In common with other arteries of the body In sonic people they all become what Is called utIle romatous or hard and brittle At the same time they become tortuous or twisted We can see these hard and tortuous arteries on the temples and then we know ltis not safe to do any thing which will congest the bruin lost the one little artery there which is especially liable to give way shall let the blood escape Likewise warn is often given by the tiny arteries Ilug the eye They break and let out traces of blood which can easily be seen but a cold or sleepless nlj htt unity do tije same When these signs occur and they occur months dud years before the stroke do not get jex cited or angry no matter how great the provocation do not rush to cafch an omnibus or in nay way overexjert yourself and do not dine too heartily By taking the warnings given by nature you will Insure yourself against this pleasautest way of leaving the vofld and be sure of dying of cholera respect4bledlseniselomlonMall dlseniselomlonMallpportunlttc Hail Neglected Were you surprised when propos ed he asked g btfut1Y1WI sed when you did as that youjdkl not proposo on some previous open alons ChUuiro Iost quietly Severed There has been very little discus sion of your separation from your hus band said the New York woman No answered the Chicago friend we thought It over pnd concluded hut a quiet divorce would be In so much better taste Washington Star quite the Contrar7I 1eeflbetet ITdelpblo PressIThe largest cast bronze statue in the ntStPtoaLi tMARIT1MEEXPRESSONS1VIed rl Are quite Coutmo- ulInrltimecxl1resslons used meta iphorically are In fact very common We ssy a couple are spliced a young man is themalnstay of lhis family a1lleilljernliack or has the wind taken oiit orI lpnferIlspinsother tack and a ruler steers the isliip of state through troublesome itlmesV This last metaphor Is extremely an dent by the way Horace refers toi Rome as a ship at sea and Plutarch says the Delphic oracle referred to Athens In the same way Trxinll Baying embodies a like metaphor file soul Is the ship reason the helm oars are the souls thoughts and truth Is the port An old collection of English proverbs contains this one The tongue Is the rudder of our ship A Malay maxim says The boat which is swamped at sea may be bailed out but the shipwreck of the affections is finalAristophanes Plautus and others use an expression which comes dovn as an English saw To rdw one way and look another An old Eng- lIsh proverb 1G14 was It is not good to have an oar In every ones boat United Service Lifting the King One of the picturesque English coro nation ceremonies which have been discontinued Is that of lifting the king In the old days the monarch always slept at the palace of Westminster on the night before the coronation The regalia which are still technically speaking In the dean chapter of toithe ceremqny These were arranged on a long table the crown the scepter the spurs and so on The king when he descended from the palace to Westminster hall was lifted by his nobles on to a marble chair lifting of the king Into this chair IThe survival of the old Saxon custom of carrying the king on his shield The theIwhich of his nobles should carry the aIrIJ Shnke ienrcN Annclironlims The very head and front of nIl offend ers in the perpetration anachronisms was Shakespeare himself He speaks of cannon in the reign of John whereas cannon were unknown until a centuryj and a half later of printing in the time of Henry IL of clocks and striking clocks ht that In the time of Julius Cicsar lie makes Hector quote Aris totle Suid Toriolanus refer to cats and Alexander he introduces n billiard tuj bin Into Cleopatras palace he dowers mnkeslDelphos A Mans Ever think what SneceImeans to a man a dog as long as he lives Iud send wife abroad und his children away hisII school Then when he dies he leave a competence for his loved ones in order that they may eon tinue to live without work Ever hear of a mans loved ones being criticised for failure to do their duty him But from the time towardI eight years old to the time Is tottering with old age he never picks up book newspaper or magazine without seeing something with refer ence to his duty But did you ever hear of any one owing a duty to man or boy Atchison Globe A Wimp The female wasp spen tIa torpid condition suid when spring Iln she hunts up sonic sort of sheltered spot appropriate fmr a nest Having selected the retreat she pro ceeds to lay within It tin foundation of a home For this object earth will not serve her turn The substance of which the walls and chambers of house are to be composed must none other than the Ilnest paper made of wood pulp mixed with a sort of sizing worked to a paste and finely spread In sheets Drlof Xnvnl 5leneOne of the briefest naval dlspntchos ever penned was Captain Valtoi sI message to his chief Admiral By after the defeat of Spanish fleet off Cape Passnroin 1718 and it ran thus Sir1 have taken and burnt as per mar gin going for Syracuse and am sir your obedient servant J CCr- nWe i j i ji iji j j j h J Jjaj ij bji 1m tJ jfJ h IOjtJ i jjijj ijj ll itiiv i Bu5ig1es i i1ItJt ct 4 bqrh1rLoadII io thenat house Style daqy j Call t1e1eetion and be lY for Spungi f I SEEDING TI1VE rYou must aeafr at hand alld2rwe have grgss seeds1 of aJI iiind 7 i 1We make Specialty offctbem M Oats GREENISPRINGFIELD KY g f t o t If f f f f f f n fHt O t t tt t t ltt tJttmt h OLD FAMILIES OF VENICE Their Futnncn Are DtsIi nt a and Their Palaceo So4 Vorj ftw of line old palaces of Venice belong to doscemhjiiis of tIll families who built nn l orl5rnliyocou pied them Very little of nit ehormous wealth for which Vriifro was ooh brat od In theft tnnth eiutury remains The most of It has ioei liilfltul luy the doscendanls of flit tiUii vhf mail1 It the same us in Enirkind Frame ami other countries Tho riclnten jl Ven Ic tiAlay are an firtivoly urw cLiss of people whose names tdo not ajipfar the iolden IJook which cuntaiiit list of tIn pairifjau himillos In onlce i who were invitiil b fostlvitlos at the palace This look vis instituted In 1315 and thenceforth until the Aus trian occupation was the index findIl standardl of nobility by which nfl claims to precodonce wore dfcidetl Occasion illy sirand council by a veto rewarded the gitllantry or public services of s tie ciJrvu of hunitilo birth by dirottlfiv that his name be inI scrjbod upon iis ies Xofte but those whose names were iu tiit loldwi Pook could use the polrtoif sUiirs when thoy entero l a hOeS palace and whou this right wns conferred it was iuivalent to an eider of nobility ill IIlIothN country Tlicro is ou itnljle escoinlon to tin dy 0 rro a uhi fitiuiiies am1l he is Count Crimmii who traces lila lineage bic to OL of mtat fa mous ofrtlx dogos Avhcse portnt- il n inted by Titlun liatrrsin Hit ouucfl chamber of the doles piace Tin Grimaul nnce is on rauhl canal nosir the iialto bridge mini is cele brated for its liiuly sculptured capi tills laiiy of tho rUly rnnn in Venice to iiv nro lows Tifey ipractically control the banking busings ntul manufnctur big Tljoy own tin JiBe licenses of his torical intorost mid the best paying es tot os on tin mainland in neigh bor hond I Tlie vrvseit wealth of Voike is invested iot Sn nnicli In riui ostte as in banking uuauufitturi flour mills elevators ens com panics eot u mllls tlii iujMiufiUtino of dfl8S anti in stiaipsliips upon Adriatic Chicago Icuihd MARRIAGE IN ARABIA The cdilIng PIoelon nu Elnho rule nud NC urtltr A inmriaso prcoo sJou among the Arabs isit very olaloraio nllnlr The criiitol which Mwirsthi1 iride is deco rikd with bright h nna dye on his mttuinl sbouMors while there are versos from flU Koran InsJIIIl1 on lie hI1iiiiis Ills uncQiith lEiH tire often swat hod with bright cloths his head botleckod with plutnes and snall mir rors wliik bin l acl ls resplendent with bright colored bits of tinsel winch glisten ajraiiret a patchwork of many huetl cloths A hood orcnge conceals tIlt bride and no doubt adds to the discomfort of the cramp ride on the boast There are attendants net itof all musicians chiefly I1 ThQ Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been iu usa for over 30 years has borne tIle fvj ntj ro of tf Sand has bequi made unde his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow uo otto to deceive you iu this All Counterfeits Imitations and Just sgool are but Experiments that trifle with and ciidangtr tho health of Infants antI Children Experience against Experiment What is CA TORIA Castoritt is a harmless substitute for Castor OI1 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrupy It is Pleasant It contains neither Morphine nor oUter Narcotic substance Its ago is its gunrantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhojiv and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep I The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 1IT The Kind You Have AlwaysBought Ih Use For Over 30 Years J T- Y1iiTT f jiJt e Inrn 4 trse1lt fi r clos figures Our jis now fill of soinB tftlia 1 Jitesfeiidnob IiOBt I on thkinai Let 1 Ariy a Prcej and ftkc remembe is tf Opium LI 1to fm InsuranceI ij1 j1Sr Reversed j s JJlltN mm l 51ililltestme Company d Of Lcxlntn y I ImIGIW IYIcELROYt- t2 1 J J AGENTee l IItJ SpringfieldKy1 rltJs 1 O 1m drummors Who atttact tae crowus oy their iiswKsaht t pbundlujj on small but high keyed instruments bomeIat frotiiu ifiUrvahjj und rty the Tfhilv the lover must ijot Khow an eagerness to wehom her no matfe what his feelings nmnmybC5Tlue Ambjnay4ie sf fKtiouatc but in cafeho1 vlh dignity be tray emotion ArnpHg the lOwer classes fitiroShs acepnipanjr the pro ceSSIUI witijn Wilnjjiii ns or othor will WfiPtt tat iii IiIiI 1tWealthy it d tKh itoU the route Int form of dot or cola When time 1Tni tent oi ixctl hoix has been ri3eteht jlOeis CSPPCIIJ to show t rInnt4tutlsrti outer ins it ami soirto efe8M1b has to be lifted I iIr lii bnnil over blond of a sheet o Us just aInteYoniau Home Coninanloh f AJJ5asiuttIceei Vca cl In 2ftS iC AjxhluJede devised r marvelous sblp fpr Kloro Syracuse llor tbrtv lofty unsls had bect brou rjl f r u Britatai w tiereas ow ships UKSI urof Iron or olitaincc froth Nov 1 3eaianjbr fret TflticieHvej Island ixurlwwiv flttcil slecpini ajmrtiueyT aiaqs4edmind oty of bet banqueting halls wtjs pave with agi1 and costly S iTtiyrone 3tUerftoor wore cuunU ly inlaid with seenesfrir the llladi KiaUw for n any horses ponds StocCpd with lIst sh garden Watered fcyj artificial fivuj eta Saul ho llatlis vcro jprovkki fbttfc e ortainuse mnentUhinibeaQurimI Lonicvltjv The spap of tifo Ig grad ally expand lug Wo Uro Joi3r Iud ret more Out jilt tsTi otr graudfathers lid Sheth T tio cause of this Iswjtetttrr know eif of natural law or more skillful surwrjr wpfwlll nt iJiMleitnke to At iy rltt pooplo thinl this fl pretrj good world to live in nUll jvvant to atnj lucre as long ns they C1uico1Uorinm- sfll uiiiu fnh Wj blitlirjrnulvererieh Uhitiil hioi Is not suehI renmrkabU feliuw after alt New lc1ik Herald Cntic For Crteykncci Wlipv vdnjoftisecl InC you jr iutscd atway Vonifi friend nnd now you niv t oKljiiH oft Icehorgi Hut r didnt tWOk yof were jjolujJ to atop pnimoslnglifejIII ter i f- vissl pvxr Skinnum light a cigar Wit n twobty dollar bill s IM bet H wpsnit receiptedr 1iiiliulolphfa Rot9rd Whou ruir tired of work you will nalizit rhat yeir hflv nacbrtl the time of lift v hCnJqu ha ie no place tc piayAtehiaui lobe Li Don t thnir for 9 hidmenr that you have met elf tbtriaiots thqn are in tin worldV Chicago NejiA Director They toll me tliat Jima Muggins lia one of the dlrectbrfl lnnbl city car porutlou nmw saId tllegroce Yes I seen him las tIme wani down to ttiwnJ saldAlrlIcaddrBTnsrrT He dlrectSthd4hvdiopbs for the OrmL LiahtlaoroAduericli I tnBorne ial uti id inii them fhtSQtiiL ift kiot others tfllnJ afeJjbiaRtinev erievon gtl ii LirrSyriEchfktf LCW5 tr f4eiztiii4t tu3U1VS caiC satt f 9 teIf its oated1y6 iriSbadyOti11CL2 order Ayers Piilfl yifal your toingue an fia cy 11 pcpsm 1h1cr 1c Easy 10 t k eay ot t s25 i All dgZ b Thut7otruM tfJ t It irooiie5 bei sutlr ty S sO 1ATUBALHiSTORYare Cam that cannot svrim A seal has been knorn to remaip twentyfive mlnutcsunqenrnter The srfiillhas no nose but can smell wItDihexvIiole of its under sIue The greyhound whiCh can cover ji mllp in Inx 25 is the fastest Jot quad riPcliA i f Nearly all bottom sea fishes have tho poyer of changing color at Will like chameleons A sea anemone taken from the JTirth ot Forth in 1B28 Hvea apaflourlshed In captivity until ISST Horses glraffcspand ostriches have the largest yes of land creatareg cut tlofish of sealreasts Gr1i4 tnbtbonL PtlVrtEnlo most Impossible to raise of twenty Mrocljfirn at Cincfnnationly one lived y The Eskitno dog wIll eat utmost any f if the dried fruits The sour or ncI- dfrunSnsdje1ran e lemon limesbad ioR etc aswcllas the pour plums ind tbctjtittcr olives are rarely eaten To jrotomt1Jtselffrom the rain tim jranj outangTcrpoks UstrmS over its liwrd The hair on the orinigs upper wu trolnts downward while on Uo nar inrttt Jtpjsrlnt upward the appar nt iwrpcso being to shedi the ntlh v dire a tfiatch t SAViJ til They Abandon aompei t nr rtOt hCnlJcwsnper discus o swcreraTlitr vapid despite the tIt iMdILnpruiztratmeWthc wutserpent- ei1 the arrival of 1hl targe potato Yns North9 In an Austrlqu Jonrual Mrppoundeii a proilIom that pKonld lead 0 usrfuhngufryi If Why was It that the Inhablfaqts ot mpeiijdil not return to their homos ifter rbll dejstnictlonof clty1 Of the O Intiabttnnts a few Jrttls nt nostsceiu to have lost their Htws The eruption of Vesuvius tasted itfis b few days Tbe dqp9slt of lava iixh aslrc was not vefy thick The hpusys irtght bate been easily rtjpalred- iihny of Uiem sf aii8 frihis day They jhrcre biautlful houses many of them rieliiy lappolnted1 mid containing tiblcs of great price J dt1ie pelh1uftnQgve or homK or ere t taioo KqjcratHIous or dW thelr terro InV Vtuption1 makci than belleve dlsustcr might come again 4 HOLJEWORISToo muqli housework wrecks ito meas mes Anti tIiO CQI1StUti care of children day and night is ustropgWoman 5taroftlioovcrworkOdhousewife l1na tibhr Dringcbllcns Jcujorrhoaav uiidIaiUngof tho Womb result ifionj v nrcnork IEvery housewife needs remedy to icguiato her 00503 and torkoch her sdiaItkofcnuale organs in perfect condidon WINEOr ARDU1 is tibin this for thousands of Aincricailwotucn today ftcured Mrs Joaes and that la Why slut writes this frank JJetflar t nc1MtJ IFeh1Ow ua iam so glftJ lfi ttour VIne of Cuxtuf Is helping me 1 car feeling better Ulan I hvp felt lot years I MI doing ay own vort Without nay 51odbttTnuEtdlfcst ireek aull wan il L3niat hQ1rathM tho Whim Is doflgrna lood XBI getting cihfer thaa 1 crer Wit before ad iteep good heartye Detare ybagsn taki Wi eot Osxdu1used ta hays to isy down flvo or six ttiyea weiy d r bot norIdonottWalcofiyiatrdownthroBgh this da l KM KKnuxi aoxH fiQAr Jw 1It ltm adl rls T J P 1krtxPHONE 53 PHQNli 53PHONE S3 t1 l c ji Hli j k 7 I e tts Dr 1F J j J tfa t r p I NEI I DNDERTAKERSI FFIRM I t 1J 1 i JlIt J i Ifit i k n jiIt f Tar ON SEBE MAYE Jr J Itr 1y r i J i Dr JI L mpton iyh was sent by us t Louisville Kyar t i t nithe latest mo e of Embalming has ch rgeof the ETIaIIrling Dep rtm y t1if lLt ai6 now fully equipped to serve the public lin our especial calling t j 1 JJ c j tti 26Yf 3 4jji ff iii Goodd Service and a first ClassI Line of jOOdCi1f rit s IbJ4jIiTqlnfct everything carried by f first class Undertakers and everything oii tcb Tfi 1 tffplease our customers iH our motto Our place of business is upstairs on 1 theII t1I fif f jfJloQr Just back of Dr J M Burtons Dental OffIce See the large sIgn sWlngllg tllELZ it 111Jn iddJeOf the street Dr Burton can be found in his office day or night plQNE 53 4 ijtt 1 fU 1J i I t t t tf Ii rif WLt1 il I t 2i 1r j t l i iJI tJ J nn l f ff ii GIllE US 7Ii hj jn oCiSt t =1 t lJJ l J t =E l 11 Li + L r jii When you need anything in our line anrLJ J J tt6 a i iJ a i r i IYour e also order beautiful Floral Designs of all kinds when wanted by r- yiigttipatrons at lijjp k command all the carriages you may need Callands iswhen you want an the 4 Undertakers line and evet wJ 1ta r = ase PH a t f r i J M BURTONrr 1P 1P 11 r dG r placeajf JMoint Vsrnon has become s j V great mecca fort e American 1 t Itbmristi at Yorktown and Valle Forge stand stately reminder oJtke FlrltGentlemanofr America while In every part of tvr tbVland the smaltafitrmementoes s tiia life lid actions are relig a ionfly preserved but In magna k jftcentaecay pa tie lower Pate ian lies Wakefleli Farm which ias associated vwith his early a life A simple granite shaft marks the spot where George ailiasnin ton was born and a few bricks And Clones are all that j I remain of his old borneaI Tne old country mansion was bum early in tie last century v bttbe 4brick chimney within a f Wbgse arch four people could sit rat tbe corner stones with a portion of the foundation were z itJifYicL Shortly before the Civil oX1far thfe historic farm passed i axe imtone hands of a family which v at first shbwed some cep reciatibn cfalta association A sdcceed iJrt iijf generation however tore A- oi resin the chimtey and the rem sattofrsattof the walls in order to ge care tte bricks marble seat hearing an inscription giving the t date of Washington birth an fotWr information which had 3arY 4Jt sieCnto the great arch w asis rtMOVtd to the old family grave iNi hut in placing it b trti ykebroken and its fragments lie P ittlitre tociuyaios grown and w vicavere i i ctj tfalgovernment erected atWakei t i ltd a miniature copy of thetihi ihintoii monument with r F jJ tQWlUjblnroDlsBlribii t tt i 5 byItketJiltediWaldHwC t in the Februar- yfiMiii Home Companion c t f titeMt rat ti wk TIN twMderful activity of the mew Cfatary iis stqwn by an en 1prpms iejiavd Jar the worlds bet workersDr Kings New Ije Pills For Htdcht Biliousness or M4re bie ot Stomache Liver r KHiiey s theyre unrivaled r OalT JHxj at Haydon Rob eateerai dreg itrtg r J s yIfar IIIIIfi1N Ne tley KANSAS CROPS Washi9rton Count Man Writes from the Grasshopper State- Hutchinson Kansas The alarmist whose prediction a short time ago on account of drouth that there would be no wheat in Kansas this year has discovered another bugaboo Thi time it is a scarcity of seed corn They estimate that it will take 350000 bushels to seed the state nd they are wondering where the farmers are going to get it There is no need to worry when the time comes there will be plenty of seed corn and while iit may be high it wUl not cost the farmers the enourmomtprice the alarmists estimate A great any of these predictions are made by persons who know nothing about agriculture and are always looking for troubl- and something to scare the farm ers Sometimes they scare a few but not many Last fall they bgot up a scare about a shortage farmerdsold off their stock for fear they would starve The consequence that these farmers lost money thhe winter in good shape Now th prediction is mdde since the thousands of acres ofV wheat t fields are carpeted with snow that wheat will not be worth 25 ents But jthe better class pf marksay it will reach the doel lar the new crop is 11e1hecrop will bring present figures This judgement is vindicatedtoy atthe Kansas farmers in holdingf their wheat and not rushing it on the market The time has not been so very long ago that thisi was impossible they were compelled to sell it to meet obligations But this has all been changed within the past few years There is nothing too good for the Kansas farmer If they get a dollar for the wheat andI itinsntno more than they deserve Butt it is pretty hard on the fellow who has to buy The finest hunch of steers tb has been prepared for the mara ketin Reno county this yea was sold and shipped by Wm neighrr bors There were eighteen in the bunch and they averaged in poundys and it is expected that they willj top the market There are several Easterners in Hut hinson who want to buy good Reno county farms They want good land that will grow good alfalfa and as there is plenty of that kind of land io Reno county there is no doubt sbut they will locate here add you may hear of me selling out- most att any time The buildin boom has increased rather the smIetaloffor the purpose of supplying the demand The square that burnt last faIron Second avenue just west of Main treet in wnich was the Grand Central lineal is being rapidlyrebuilt with commodoufe business houses and will be a gra d addition to the avenue tIPS01eflerks Wise Suggestion I have been much Doubted with dyspepsia belching and sour stomuch pharmaciS1t1 of Attlebpro Mrss I could hardlyi anT thing without suffering severall hours My clerk suggested that I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which I di with the most happy results I have had ceanhasgo to eating mince pic cheese candy aud nuts after such a time their di gestioa must be pretty good I indorse Kodol Dyspedsia Cure heartily 1I You do thave to diet Eat all t good food you waut butdont ouerloak your stoina h Kopol ntsde P a Cure digests whrt vou eat layd and RobertsonaBurned To Death Ida little daughter of Mr au QI Mrs Tom Jo Blandford age d jfour yer was badly burnt d jlast Friday thai Beat resulted shortly aftr tue s cident I chi ds ixitlier was absEnt from the room a short lime whn she was recalled by scre nfs ftomt liftle one whom she found en veloped in llames A physicion was siimmoued and eve y hlng done tu alleviate file suifeings the u fortunate Ii tl ffr b a shH iiwas beyond earthly ai Blinco Leiurin S andard atWhen pain or iirritation exists in ny part of the body the applloation rsprompt relief Price 55 and 50 ecuts Haj don and Robertson LOST CITIES EareJ Nelson County But few of the present citizens of Noison are aware of the fuctt that within the limits orIho county two large towns laid off over a hundred years ago that were designed to be among tthe most beautiful cities of the world One of these cities were laid off Rollinhat mouth of the Beec Fork in 1790 and was owned by Walter Boall a wealthy citizen ofBardstotfjh Beall purchased tthe tract of land from Jacob iMuyes and conceived the idea of ibuilding a large city An elaborate map of the pro jposed city was drafted and th withother documents conceit ing the enterprise it litisbeeu our pleasure to examine Ono of the laId musty papers gives a de scription of the town and the method by which the lots were to THt FIRSTBORN isdchildrenMothaner less and less vitality often n thereforiIExpectant mothers who use Doctor te Pre ithkeeps them in vigor eatI nervousoWhen baby conies its is practically painless and the mother is made happy by the birth of a youIite Prescription ttI will be very glad to DrhePrescription MansonvilleDrome the first four months tohge J fered very much from nau Ifeltanythingof food At this time I wrote to Dr Pierce and he told me to get his Favorite Prescription and a tattle of Golden Medical Discovery I got a bottle of each and tutterI had taken them a few days I felt much padany one and mold do my work without atitrouble I mold not do anything before I feel very thankful IhoDr Pierce for lsltmedicine t toheseartto Those who suffer from chronic dis Piercetbyr VPiercebUiousness be di posed off Another city was t hat of Lystita It was laid off by a com puny of English land spt culato in 1794 on the south side of t h Rolling Pork between Salt Lick and Otter Creek The cones tionjof the city was a more grand and njagniticent one than that of Beallshorough It was the choice puchasedfive large blocks or squares center of each being a kind park In the center of the plot was a circular park surrounded fehet wide The four indented or semii circular quarters of the four blocks enbracedcated to public use as sites for a church college town hull and place of amusement isThq streets were each to be one hundred feet wide thehouses atsouthetisback twentyfive feet from ti line but upon streets runni n east and west to be built on etsI Standard Lyst exce Pin rais S0Saved Him From Torture There is no more agonizing trouble han piles The atofburning make life tu olerable No position is comfortable The tortnre unceasing QoWltts Witch Hazel Salve Cures puts at ouce For sk ittordiseases cuts burus bruises and all kinds of wounds it Is ueequeled S Gorrell St Paul Ark says From 1866 Isuffered wijh protruding bleed to uothiughelpWitch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Beware of coun tcrfcits Haydon Robertson Bank at Chaplin Chaplininforms k will be launched at Chaplin about March Mr Murphy was here yesterday soliciting stock and he says a meeting of the stockhold eriiiwill be held at Chaplin next Saturda organizabys Messrirs of Owen county will be present assit in thu organization The capital stock of the bank will beI 15OOQ Nelson Record KodolI DJSPeIPsis Curit tiviIat yea eat trBIG XrsIeplalned by H G Hillenmeyep9 PA recent issue of the Danville Advocate contained the follow IDS rIf sleet be indicative as It is frYutt beeseasofa should there be treeS enough o which to raise it The foregoing editorial published ia Fridays Advoca brings the ollowIDgexplanatory Hillennnurseriman of Lexington IIn your last issue you voice an aphorism that runs through the language of ever fruitraiser in connecting great sleets and great fruit crops as a The philosophy of that sequence cuei rent aerie wnere only the truth gthat aato be followed by great fruit thraso is patent to every student venerablePhvsiolo19 To i duce fruitfulness ia trees not disposed to bear is accomplished j with certainty in one of theC ttdo girdle the stom or bend the tbranches Every text book ofj tthis country of England Prance Germany teaches us that t oC thatJis expending its vigor in makjug wood rattler Than I ifruit let the bt ancbesbe sharp tiedtI so thai the impeded cuculation will develop fruit buds rather than t wood buds or that fruit buds ah a ready formed will result infer tile flowers rather than aborts ones always born of teeming r vigor PrutinK the roots andi girdling the stems are drastic wasteful of effort already expend ed while bending the branch simply divert the energies of a it tree from one purpose to another The present sleet was very heavy and stil hangs The pressure has been aoplied so gradually that the boughs are b Natright ankles to theta former dli rection aad so will remain proportion ate to the length of iime the pressure continues Jo tpeir covering of teethe buds are Piter il fectly safe In jibe cpntprttox 0 of the branches that free circula tion that begets wood develop ment must conform itself to the changed conditions and vi fruit instead There were gr sleets in 1874 and 1890 and what banner frnit years followed True some things may halve lost out by nipping cold or un obdtSnever come at once and will not likely this year Butrhe p a diction is made with confidante jOYiOtbejOYiO rise into new lines of beauty and usefunss GOOD ADVICE j ingtbe g n from Dyspepsia and Liver Com iiere per cent of the people in tne rUnited States arc afflicted with these two diseases and their 6tomacpt h Sick Headache Habitual ICO Itivonesj Palpitation oftbe Heart aeart burn Waterbras L Painsn L the Pit of the Stom cbtelJowISkin Coated Tongue and Disi reesable Taste in the MoutH oming up of Fpodj after Eatingj toyoDruggistl August Plower for 75 cents Twbb doses will relieve you Try i Get Greens Special Almanac The last helrdOflt gDfY littea 1night1couldever tbIhones says P D9Ne nips Af ff eld 0 We feared hem wonld die b u few dpsas of Cue l Iiuute Core Cure huiokiyi restored hra and ha wen heardYeol croup Now isint a cough cure grisabsolntaiy safe aud acts Immedt t ly For soughs colds croup gnp bronchitis aud all throat and jpng troubles It isa certain care y eapleasant to take The littleones fike Haydou Rob rtsop bocal Option In Kentucky la tfighti bill which is practically tbej 55 r Roberts local option bill of lasti son season It mattes ihe county n1off 14Ti r VV any part of that county Under the present law one district in the county might vpteettJ dryaj orrcities under the propos 1 7oval option law would almost invade abiy vote wet St is claiaed while in the counties contal i fc smaller towns It Is said the lOp ppsile would result At any rate the county unit rvle hM been a bone of sharp conteatiofi between the Prohibitionists sad those why favor the saleof liquor A poll of the two houses by interested persons is said to have resulted inthedia coyer7 that the friends of local option have a majority of riboat two to one in the Senate ud of pearlY three to one ic the HJOUM as matters stand now TWre btthisi cUingas it was when theEofcr t arts bill was before the 1tegis lafureTHarrodsburg Democrat FNrywlwrrlfAn tipation means dulness deprefl lion headache generally disordered health DeWitts Litlfe Zzrlj tdltly t1te1bowdatredy and tnoroufh They must gripe Favorite Pilia Hayddaand Robertson V fJFive Men KiIIcilf Five men were killed aoo two wounded n a fight betweea the aidithe notorious Quarter Housi six trifles from Middlwborol Wednesday One member of the posse was killedand another iis iatatll wounded Fourot Tur ensemen aredeadone ly Wounded Turner is atMingo mines and says he will tetiaUd maabusinessthey are determ ned to ar tseltalment ruins of Turners rendezvous rae witb foundation fYou tie1P Yofidngeal trouble bronchitis COt hr etc by advising the use of 9A1 Horehound Syrepf the jpmtt myfor coughs aa oMv lyrics and 5o centtt1lJaISQI r iJJijrjRoWr to lvAP2lt9 = awy 1 Wr c k 4tM L t L M t aft r I t 4 J 1j F WASH I GOODS EMBROIDERIES0I D ES andd LACES it JJ fI i 33- r rt Dont fail to come tour Store to see the finest selection of Dress Groddst Wasi4Godds lSitej t j TPfdpf f ISAf J + I wIfl i DRESS GOODS r f t x Colored VenetionsColored Prunellas Cored Poplins Black Drap DAlinas Black Sala1tesJ Black Satin DChinas Black Prunellas ji F L i IN lfiI fj XfJ j 7i ie 11 lw f J P I jNainsookEdges t t t LH h swils ges Nainsook Jaconet MensIl Z We are to the we on Cash Sales We you a inpst to visit our Store wIll you our stoCk j 4TTT ti Yv T 4- a 1 I U iDorTwo x iitucKy sons frM widely celebrated not io nttoIqj though this State- iIs curious iinl was his It Tbj ths wy to recall that both Abrahftm Lincoln andd Jefferson Davis vai8 born in tins State not pore than 100 mlles apart and 1 J tbbut about a years ditIrece Iite HOW wide was the disparity in tht social conditions fC I tbjj lamiiiea pf th two lads it is Jr I i ledless to recallhbPt eech irriyedat the toftiest eminence t1 jtp American citizens When the great struggle choice of so ac a leader as Mr DoI vii and the outlast of his career In war the Senateand the Cabii net to hat of Mr Lincon caused the liyliest for the future ofthe But jihe ral1spltttEr was to do the Itltiestwork that fell to m nin the Nineteenth century while ot llthe genius for public iffair11l0r the oust are purity of Jefferson Davis character could ave the cause foredoomed to be lost JBoth of Ken tacky and tpthetnit fell to settle bthe one which Alexis De foresaw f jnd which made him y of to tthe the The settled it right ftBolpae questions aridnow that both have long passed away only remember the r yirtures f both her sons Courier Journal S l Ills ibIS t Wjlippbr One Hundred Dollars Reward se of Catairh that cannot be 0 ire ClfEN5Y COPrups Toledo 0 W bace known F J CheHoy for the last 15 years and lIe I Ya him perfectly honorable in all bus Jf transactions ana financially able IJ1 firrjr out any obligationl made by jf TTaAX Wholesale Drugslsta O tWAiiuNO KIOtAN tt MARVIN Whole i U Qruvrglsts ToledotOr 1a11i Catarrh Cure is taken IntornaUT meting directly upon the blood and mu Vtjiffll Nrfacej ol the ityatem Price 75c c1 r Druggists elF r aei4ll4i trJ cIHermif t I5rj Tne abode of v Jack Reynolds Uebrmit Was destroyed by Mveral day s ago Reynolds is a qaeer character and for a pripVer of ye4l been living jI ItT Utile hut i Is wild Iccality iei Ashs Creek mer Chaplin file ii tow as The Hermit I jM4jii patt life iis a5 mystery t1 welfiag was perhps thii rilt eyr oedupIet byi t Insertings Insertings Insertings human being It was only six feiet wideby eight feet llonghand was just high enough for an or dinar sized man to stand erect The hut was crowded with furniture and cooking utensils vera hundred years old many of which were very valuable on accbhritpf their age Jack was5 not at home when his domocile and of course the f fire IB no known Nelson Standard A THNG German Syrup is the special of Dr A celebrated German Physician and is to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs CBlds and all Lung troubles of the severest nature removing as it does the cause ot the affection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is tot an experi mental medicine but has stood the test of years giving satisfac tion in esery case which its raqidly sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold Bosjbees German Syrup was introduced in the States in 1868 and is new sold in eveiy town andI village in the civilized world Three dosss will relieve any or dinary cough Price 75 cents Get Greens Special Almanac To New Mexico Mrs M P Hetbrin ton accom panied by her husband and little son left Tuesday morning for New Mexico for herbeaUb Mrs has been at Eliza Hospital this city since Christmas eve under the care of Dr R 0 McChord In that time she has grown some strong er and bet condition of health some better but the improve ment was not so great as to en- Iable her to walk She felt how ever that she could mak the trip and with the permission of her physician left Tuesday Her many friends here heartilyYIwish that the dry climate of New Mexico may bring about her complete recovery v on your Keep young by Tteeplng the dii gestive organ in a healthful con ditiou Herbine will do this Health is youlh disease and sickuass brings ICobeetaon OwiP Mgst Ist yew eat Our Shoe stock is most and we invite attention to V GOOD United pt Romantic MaFrla cxrr Mr J f Mo who was a Nelson county seue ral days ago took a back to his Missouri home at bride the latter be1Miss Lda a Ice There is a tinge of tromance connected with the rmarriage which 4s tc the mEnYI Iriends of the happy couple Mr Dixon when a oung man resided near Belwood this couotyI as also did Miss Ice The two were lovers and were engaged to be married but a arose between tnem and they separated Later Mr Dixon married a Miss T well 1aod removed to Missouri Several years ago Mrs Dixon died and after living a lonely life for ten years Mr Dtxons thoughts returned this eat ly love Mis Ice The litter had never mar red and upon the death of her parents went to Louisville tot reside Mr Dixon succeeded in locating her and a ence ensued which resulted iil Mr Dixons cointog to Kentucky and meeting Miss Ice at the home of her brother Mr Leake Ice atBellewoDd where matters were adjusted uni 1the wedding took place in Louis yule on the 3rd inst The groom is a far tner of this section while his bride is an estimableand industrious lady Bardstown Stand i A Do5 Iaw The farmers of Kentucky have not as yet presented to the any bill which has WORTH The President of a certain big Oil Com pany is said to be worth 300000000 A tidy bit of money and no mistake And yet he isnt happy In an address to a Bible class h spoke of trials and troubles of the rich and the loads they hare to carry A young lady whispered to a friend that he might wear aBenson Porana Plasteron his bikor betterstili divide themoner among the members of the class I dont know why her idea about the plaster makes me want to laugh but it does All the same hare seen plenty ot people laugh after putting Seasons Plasters on their backs or chests or on any other spot where there was weight heaviness weakness or pain It may be the sharp stabs of neuralgia the aches and wrenchewif rheumatism itmay be colds in musclea or bones it maybe those kidney or lumbago thrusts that make you yell as at a dog bite or it may bee trsIn or cramp anhtni that wants quiet mi ani comforting Dont bother with serves liniments lotJcma etc or with any of the stupid and Useless old style plasters I Clap on a Bensons It reline aS onct I aria cures quickly jit stops the pin and I8akN err use and good cfeelingetlt But watch out against Sm rftatioas and substitutes All druggists we will prepay postage on any number ordered tht Usit d States on receipt el Ko each L BWHU7 JobaBOB Mfg Ohemfeto KT Sets Swiss Sets Swiss All Overs h TflraiTINGS Oil Cloth and Lenolium 100 Rugs and Matts Can save you mome on anythingin this w Boschee annually Needed for its purpose the portection and other stock from tne ravages of clogs The State needs ldv to protect the sheep indus try especially Sneep breeding ncI rasing have been profitable invall of tthe states of this country where ihxt slock has been protected by simple safeguard measures and why not In Ken tucky where the soil climate and the natural resources are ofI such a nature that the poorest farmer in the State may raise a suiall flock without much expense and with profit The dog how ever is in the way of the stnal breeder wh6 cannot house his flock at night The should protect the property of the people of the State from ravages by dgs and in no way cm that body render a greater service tc the farmer large aa small I than to pass a law which will give them immunity for their property from the rav ages of animals which give neither protection nor proJHs1 to their owners Shelby Sentinel In the Neck Abraham Lester is a member of the lodgeof Old Fellows at Perryvilie and attended the banquet at Friday eve after midngnt arriving home He considerableI go tea out of iho saw a man leaving the premises with a road ot chickens He fired and the man after running a shore distance fell to the ground with a bullet hole tirnush hiS The thief ills reported proved tto beNelsorr Lavis col orad Lewis had betin living in Bovle Muoty several year hiv ing been in thp employ of Mr Thos Gentry and oth r lealinjr faimers Danville Advocate Reason Cjl J Ge Craddock gives a uuique reason for desiring tu rt tain the capital at Frankfort Asked by Hurl S L Vanmeter it the people were given a vote on remoal would he favor Lexington he said No I am in favor of Frankfort I owe my life to that city My mothers first husband caught t le m ilaria there while serving in tha Legislature and died She then married niy father and thats the reason4 am living No II existence A A M Ji S A Lytam hea Jnr aajvoln Aho wof jSilkgllaIPsIMercerized Chambry Organdlles J i t TJe Gendered Cordedi iques jFrench Piques J v l it WAiSt GOODS ALL THE NEW EFFECT I rd EMBROIDERIES LKGES JaconetEdges I paintS Muslins Va Laces Laces CarpetDepattment ydsMatting el Abef William Rose and Mrs tUis city were riagiJ at the Holv Louisville last Tuesday oaortj ing Feb 11 1902 at Very Rev J A Hog rty of St Agustines The we i e Messrs John Montganrar of Washington county ai41George Hlandford of this cO11i The ceremony was performeio iu the presence of a fev friends pi the family At the conclusion of tba services tne happy coaule left for Nashville and other Southern cities for a brief bridal tour On their return home they willl reside until spring at tuti residence of lae oride ou High street in this city The groom is a son of Mr Jeff ODauiel deceased aod a brother of Messrs Lawreuoe and Jefi Opaniel of this county He is a prominent armor and trader a gentleman of the highest integ 1tIy acd a chiz n who by in dUstry arid close attention to duty has made In a self a factor ii the community in which he ha spent his life The bride iis the dauglrnr of Mr and Mrs Cummins of Lo ne s of dispositioi ud Lies ueigbbtrly trats oh a rte which mike life laIrY bO iduiiful- ilidt the sun of rpm ever shine nrighly in tbn sky ot ihiir ui tlt LifeiiIue wuh of a hist of friu Jsm io r Ho Hungry JIjist SaturJa 101 lwbai ligmuigr r r iher tie were tw t ofr tru n ered the of hIIIIEi N fiuridlp 1roaJ J i voil shot divn orifhsnft p r re On of te tit tvfs then b u o ing aM wai sufoi push t e g kiHn b ade of u big knife iritujIi the juuular of the Ii and stood by waiting fo it 1ied ken Before the next iei v iaken however a ork hatiJ ol ire Hundleys wb had tiea d the shot wujj seen eciii 10 wardtbem TIIJ mini sfcei g jtoc u d tectnil le j t ing j lhft hi t behind Tney got awav j Ibeing lidentified Mr Laces Silk Appliques We are just our siock 10000 Rolls Wall Paper in all the new combinations We are pre save you money them this season as low as 3c Roll still and ofl- heep however asks us to say ithat tt eI Lebanon Eutei prise fv AAC 1 J j fiI Ii iBy GARFIELD MACNEAL = g 8Copyright 1001 Oarflcld4 MaeKcal Lillian TrendAvell awoke on the morning of her thirtieth birthday to the sickening consciousness that she was an old maid She parted the cretonne curtains of her bed curtains covered with red roses suggestive of summer s nshJne and turned her eyes toward tile window Rain beating against the panes anti dull gray sky proclaimed a cheerless November day She sighed Then stretching out a shapely arm she took a silver hand froth the nearby dressing table und carefully studied her features In the language of Slmkespear9 she saw no deeper wrinkles yet face lohg and oval patrician in outline and expression skin rather olive eyes brown deep and luminous a mouth generously molded and a wealth of brown hair On tie whole It was a notable face and one of character Dropping the mirror on the bed she called Iols A French maid neat trim nUll smiling appeared with the breakfast tray Ah mnmselle A thousand congratulations on your birthday Mythlrtlcth Lois But thank yOU Just the same- Mumsvlleh Is still ypniig and ready fume tins come toi you And when your novel Is published the world will be at your feet sald Lols with a comprehensive sweep Indicating the world Oh yes the novel murmured her laid u bundle of letters and mono scripts on the bed Miss Ircnd well openedthe one bulky package and looked at the accompany lug letter It was from a great pub llshlng houEe formally expressing gret that they were unable to accept her novol She gulped down something 11 her throat Her novel declined Her first really original work tojvhlch she had given the leisure hours of six years Truly this was a most delightful birth day gift LoisS she said and her voice tram my novel lies been de cllped Ah umnYsclIc I am too sorry with sympathy but some other publisher will accept It Her mistress shook her bead I shall not send U out ngaln1 shall stick to hack work I can at least make a living at that Then she add i Lola protested She worshiped mistress Mamsclle has been sue cessful You have a pretty npartiuent and everjtlilng you what Other women too have pretty apartments and everything they wrU Alt vcs hut they dii not work t l3 j 1 Tor hon Laces r T E c1 l J sp 1 aLace Ji 10vers iJIii 4c I I 6 Ir ilU L 250 pair in adesigns shown here tt j k of itetc D toffering Special Prices to CASH BUYERSin addition give cordial 1 mshowmg Jii OUNNINGHAM tIhLOJ g f t LeobttLdYyesterdaybut birthplace be- funttheSonths taminlshed apprehensions Confederacy werechildrtrn contingency Tocqueville appreBe- nJy continuancept SpUblic eitckycan kjijc1tiIgned wTee4 bittltelpldbraU Swiss wasdestroyen rlgiflOttbe prescription acknowledged inpreasing Helhrington beth Enterprise theJo1purend Ldold SHOES complete yourespecial riDixoot visjorto interesting misunderstanding correspond satisfactorily prominent Legislature 300000000 Oulaqhfortbe Nainsook CKRPETS RUGS department Legislature mug neck Craddocks myI Medici IODaniMrh ODuijt unitedrmr Naiiibnrch 7Qdkjryt- he atreodljpts psslssesI bajiiuifRsi prise Lhiqeityrrd urfastLhespotori withuj Smyrna Chiffon AppliquesLLP7PER receiving paredto starting uaYhavelsame ACOAAOOAAOOAAC fiiOOVTCXJTTOOVTOOVTOOTTOOVToS mirror onI IiblctlLols quick attallure fLaO UjjiQOj App1iques JtINLace Curtains opver beforeJCompletestock WjriQowrlPoIes40pholstery Swisses elegant premiums extend inVitmdelight Very Respectfully DUNff ijjwgsibie eiecIbya11aCtorrh KDyPPSIS itr ClapperS Harrodsburg MarSj-f Hun1dleys thernsAsorljas fjrlbeilSr i She reappeared wilth a huge yvhUe box Flowers mam selle n cfell note she said gayly f j Miss Tfeadwelf cut the rjbbouf that held the box and discloEdmsmn14ss of violets They seeml to look pat her tenderly yet ahwuklngly n uiie otflcnsIremembered her She slit across the end oftne velope while tier Stre eagerly unfolded the paper Dear Lillian she read bItbItnhope that this remembrance r birthday will prove that I h not forgotten YO1t I have been Wll two days secured your address from Gs Magazine and send these flowers to warn you that ham coming to Invade your sanctum anctoruf1 and talk over old times Always your friend Jack AInsworth She started Up scattering letters and manuscripts on the fiooruLola she said decidedly I wont you tolay out my new morning gown the sea green one with train t f Sitting dowu at her dressing f table she began a careful toilet Her tbqpastJaclthe little Inland town where they welY both born and bred Again she was twentytour and lie was twenty six Why had he never spoken Sbe knew ndjlovedto come to New STork to try tier tune Jack had advised against fof but strange perversity made her 1toblOlkeumagazine FortlveYoearslQ TOfbej ly how Ue gradually gorged ahead from clerk In the railroad offlce to malinger of the whole system Iand she had been gmd foe hlsLsfike And now aftqr allrthls time they were to meet Ste wondered jvhht e would be like lUonbtless he had lost tlu fresh hoytl biauty shoso wellfrlmlmb r was past thlrty npwr SlIP a sIgh Doubtless too hIs 1Ji meacif atfalrs had urh liiiu l o nd coifL She Bad v MK of lK anleileheek and jhln an1- I h ItIaaZCa iije to that Yein SjjeAyoaldi Kvo in iie ojil dalys ttJitl paj iutttten tiou iiJ extcnials wi Whnt lust Loiahiuoimkd thit Mr AluswoiTtb Hvas In the Urawiug room she swept jto her nUrrorfand stir veyett the Braceful figure reflected there Her qwji of feea green fell fn shimmering folds Her halr was done r bertutlfully and some of the vloletij f were ohtsped In the silver rdle itt tier t waist SlJecQuidnot fuifto ibe satls lied llhls cpnsclouisnesa belpedher to enter the 1ruv1grooth wjth the pel feet self possession bfa womjm of tIie world With ejutstrctched hand she grteted him lStIf they had parted but yestcrdayt r Jack Bow odotyoutt coi2o to see me on my bfrtbdnnn to semi me these lovely flowers turning to a displayed center table where tire vlojettf were I tt t 14J1ii telegant wpHianllh iAr perfect hair and silvery volcebe his old ricBd l II lniildi p1e4 lJ1U ln tH She smiled and was her oWmlle eSfncklflsIt Y iiI IiIgolrigllie way1 of tb wtrMh A NousensdL t911J are i 1ctjbecried vehemently c She was uo less cHanild riiim was no evldeuccof beard or gDolIJahe boy hail grqwn IntctheiitaiI athletic cleay shaven with strops Jaw and deep voice Hl ti hly eye a feasted on tie be tttJI JNiHted vrep mehapn b9e Jele uyt01your careW JiY5ShBflWr9U Iwellfor yourself and 1ttall1 prow tyea As formyc re r it lui ttot aiievaWi to much f tjmj i Lillian jAJBswor k aaM hwalBff forward eagerly uQjwit IOMW that you have not wrltfea alte IIaiTe tread Yon ceased terIteviId- Idnqtforgetdar t t TMiss TreadwcTI sad fWtetfea the it ii i i iicilna1dJt ugt el Tell me Jack wUrt Wl fJa te New Vorkr she aakcA Mj have bcea ekctW rrAittorthe roadaaaIetllbeeS5be rV Piled isiniq I B4keepi pretense of ifgitiMwi Y don kuqw hit J 17 There never was but clriLfcr me AndsbbshC has aMr itMM gbe would not think of tlytoff W hbtabecame the wlfeof arUiya A feeling long dead we1ceIthe we mat But she m tgIatNJ If you asked ber she Mbi fwistfully Sbe mlgbfc ateM jiv all her false glory to fad VMdjMj nestC 44l I5i ifi thougbttiataiA1Net breathlessly I4ak has Is t1eiteS- hethought ofthe seval hack work of the l n lilltYeP eJ lYjiwhich1 this friend of tW Mt2ilM acti tr5tJaek tShe paused then weiit s rapidly fingering Uhe r1ol ta MiteeMl Ute Ive JlteraWre tot tmAInsworth yoa really menu ft tllllaiir1 81- W TeII do she reta brarMf But wb2 h aqa1re4 daJibting- puzzlil tthe loofcediip at Itilii M4lt hers lnluge1e 1 pQ ienpidpwa f Ms arms crfltsthaY1a ts his- ezged ssIoirrrli1lCr JWiiIill be cohld say iaOreaWlac ttiJefd a AsforM1ssresdWailjbM emj brace came the reaHaatlM ttit wiwaa waVnbt mad te MfageLots 1N nawt sci4Mttle 1JrlUiW4t jtae tttuueflvW wy 1nove4ae Ing maid aud turned 14 Jack with a radiant smile Goto abe crM ply tmtee sied belpi ake dust u4a4ese 111pretensions Ij vi WIrI- t t1ilfJe r9T- batthe eIeI1JaHMIIa odfrghe ee heM aetsQoIQn It M Id tli ttklfrti Mil it1IHt o Per Stai yiri1r1IMeNI jt of the wHdsa Ite4 m tIM pt1r1OeetiriisIitht ek arrows isti4re ifTwe by 4hviii tok faul iMit a eheaetiifc- liimite and o1Ipeadeed tfraIItt h bJs 4I a SS t Q1 t OIL JM BURTON AII QiDENT DENTIST 1of TEETH EXTRACTED = YIT OUT PAIN I OWJOK Hapan Bloc IFUp stair r ik SPRINGFIELD KY t rI s A11 Dehtiall Work Strictly t i xSr t it H HORD t DENTISTVf pFFICB ttWBHAUT BUltDIN pntnuseatly lodrled k i r PRIN1FILrLD tKY y k CDR J H LAMPTON iIi t OPPIOE ii1n Opera House p ms Jr SMOCK iSPltINGFIELD KY IaCEDr Rinebarts forc rust offices oWr Psepias Deposit Banld j Office hours 12 to 2 p m r z GRIGSBYV F GATT RNEYATLAWl9- cs over Peoples Bank BPBINQPIKLD KY r The Eminent Kidney Speclallset 4ITie Dtoecrerer If SwavfXMt at Wlrk x Iis La9uata7 thfcountry most dangers because so decep live Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheat disease pheurnonla heart failure or apoplexyarecflen the result of kidney r ardlsease If kidney trouble Is allowed to adJJ wlllattackathevltal j break down and waste away cell by 1tot bumleaksoutwpubieiDr bladdvurinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after al other ycentit sizes A sample bottles enY free bymailr also a book telling Rohl es dreweyes lnl N Y and r mention this pal Hackney Stallion For Salee I Lwiim public auction on the streets of Springffeld on NIQNDAY FEBRUARY 24190o County Court day offer for sale i ilibfine Hackney Stallion j fpyjlard Swell 3614 BsY This is a good opportunity for s ieonp to Secure a fine stallion t afarthe coming season SAM ARNOLD Mackyille Ky a s Mules For SaletW Ii Smith Simms Ky Will owe rat public sale at the stable of Macki and Brown Lebanon Kyr on March 1 11902I 3t head good 3yearold mules single or 5t in lotS to suit purchasIs also offering goods at his store at cost for cash and wishes to sell or rent storehouse 2202 t jSuicide At Bupksvillei IJY of m Hudson of Burksville wire found by searching party six days after htbadttkeq1 doseiof m rP bin with suicidal intent One kee- a o Friday HUdsootook the poi son in the presouco of his wire telling her be was not going f from the house and asking her- toI have h mhn lupso the ho 7ould not destroy his body AI searching pitfty found tiim satrap inclined against Ji banK accts stiff having been dead for six days After betook the nipr neiaph bors house rind reported wh i shad happened WWle a search for iimwttaiu progress it wasI pf Deported that he hae j uiieto his fathQrg home severalmiles up tfie Luwberland ricer M nothing was heard of him for several days Another party k rentin search of himand found the Node He bad written a ll ter which wa found in h pockHt telling bli reason fur his rush act ctmestictrubewus given as tbH cause Den ny a grad uate of rleDeaf u d Dun Yhstitut teat Danville Glustruv Times Ij Foleys Hoaey and Tar cures i cough by attack of the lagrippeIt heals the ItmSP IUM Mph wyw I TOWN b bi OOWil ro5obobio a f Local Happenings of stiThe Freshest and Latest t I All About Yourself Friends IiIiftnd Acquaintances iI 9 See the new fobs at Grigsbys For up todate Jewelry go Jo Grigsbys Northern Ii hUe shed oats for sale by lhorapscn aud Ureen FOR SALE A fresh jersey cow and calf Apply to S C McGill Tiffany style wedding rings forsale at Grigsbys Jjewelry store Thompson and Green keep the genuine Oliver chilled plow repairs lte ember the optician who tests your eyes fits glasses is Grigsby the poor old Jeweler foral magistrates and Constables lor sale at UiejNEws LEADER office Mr E A Cox the photographer isi turning out some high class work in cabinet and other kinds of photographs The Ladies of the Christie- Church will give a sauna- Monde Yr county court day We ask aid from every one Ladies Society Dout forget A W Hawks the celebrated lecturer at the Opera House on Saturday night Feb 22ad Price of admission reduced to 50 35 and 25 cents At a great cost Manager Theo Campbell has secured the appearance of Maro the Magician at the Springfield Opera House March 7th rbis will be a great attraction nearis resident ofthe town who ha 5itbeen a familiar tiugre here ever since the war died at his home here on last Sunday He was a fatuous old time tiddler and use officiate at alLof the neighbor hood dances years ago celebrateerOptician of Louisville il tthe Cleaver H6tel where he can xfconsulted in regard to your and glasses Thursday February 27th The Doctors reputation is wellknown and if you consult him you will get relief A dispatch from Washington appeared in the Louisville pa the other day announcing 11placfrom there to accompany andI traits to the Phillipiues He has been assigned to the Second Cavalry now in the JhillhPapes Lieut Reed is still here anti has Deceived no official orders at but Il is holding himself in readi nest to go as soon at lie receives thepapers i Wilson Canter the young so of Mrs Kate Canteb was acci dentally shot in the leg while slating on Mr R A pond on last Sunday Skeeter as he is nicknamed it seems had a pistol in his overcoat pocket He had laid the coat as de and when he picked it up the pistol was discharged the bullet strik him in the right lleg making aboafourteen years old and not much eabbigger than a 45 caliber cirtddge tkhe Kentucky idea of tootin a gun arMess s Thompson Yankey and Co the local true stock deal livelybusaness the past week Lhe hoggs matuket on Saturday They bought 175 hogs from various l ahif paying from 450 to 475 per cattatle purchased were live 13UO pound cattle from D H Mother y of Mackville at 5 cents per pound four butcher cattle bf YE Ray at 2i to 3 cents and one fiSQQ pound Gull of John S Ritey at 3 cents A surprising featueof the live stock mark t is the deal pass in the hog market the price tlisle past six weeks t jwas JRev Ybathe- j t Opera Rouse on last Tuesday evening Was well attended ndarly Fathh0er ul discourse which was tilled With eloquent argument Bis sub ject dealt with the confessional of the Catholic church and the j urOp1 ICS g advantage of that ordinance of th church in the worship of God were fully portrayed Father McKenna is a finished pulpit orator and has u very impressive greeitedmel red him when he wa pastor of the church here and a t Sk Rose The speaker was iip troduced by Mr TbpsA Med ley na few well chosen remarks Miss Willie Knott sang the beautiful song The HOlY City in a very pleasing manner The entire proceedsabout G150 0 f the lecture will go fur the benefit t of St Domonic church jA case which is attracting a good deal of interest ih on train Judge L tseys court as we go to press Boll Cleaver is being tried ion the chargeof pointing gun at R H Mullican on the eveningofr January 27th last Conflicting stories are told by the various witnesses It seem that Charlie Cleaver and john question ironrt of the Opera House when R H Mullican who is a deputy sheriff came upon them and endeavored to separate them Charlie Cleaver and Mullican then had II some warm words In the mean time one of the youpger CleaverI boys it seems ran cyst streetito the Cleaver saloon and notified Bell Cleaver that Charlie Mullican and Hord were having a seraP Bell Cleaver the seized a shot gun and ran over tto the scene of war iSeveral wit nesses said Cleaved pointed the gun at Mullican in a threatenin manner while Cleavejr states thatt he did not point the iun but held in treadiness tdi hoot and warned MuDican offj There aret quite a number of witnesses and wde go to press The lowest penalty for a conviction on tjhe charge i a is tine of 50 Closetd Spritejg Li9btCoand Trust Co of Philadelphia which was outlined in our la iissue will probably be consunla ted this week Mr Fred Balco m the representative cf the Phila delphia company imide an agree ment with the board of directors of the Water and Electric Light before leaving here lajst ai 1Co and that agreement iuiw needs only a ratification by tjie stockholders to become a coin tract The agreement Iprovides for the increase of the capitalI stock of the Springfield Yet and Electric Co fo 25000 one share more than onto half of the stock to be owned by the Federalj Guarantee and Trust Co said Trust company to agree to seen iuintndiately on improving the plant If the 10000 iis found t inrprovements then the FG and T Co is to buy enough stock from the present stockholders make up the balance of its anus ment The management of the plant is to remain in the same hands and the present directors ll10Utre achedMessrsFted Balcom and 13alcowe is also to be made Vice President of thecompany The improve ments as stated lust week as cbmtein plated consist in the building of an ice cuPd tliputtngY in of a tilteier at the reservoirif that is deemed necessaiy The atexpected here todny when they stockIA Raised Lilt There was sent to the Firstt National Batlkof ibis place last week apiece of torn bank b for redemption which on account of its condition is likely to get the sender into a little trouble with the government The b ill was Onehalf of what at first glance appeared to be a fifty dollar bill issued by the Fhr National Bank of Springfield years ago when E L Davison was President and C R M ETroy was Vice President of that insti tui OIL Wlien Mr JL C McElr the cashier received the frag Dent Of the bill he announced ationce that there was something wrong with it for the reason that he knew in the first place that the First Nationfti l had never 1k1R1tM1t11x1 eR S Itxjx L to H iiSC1rNTiflt1JUJ n N rti11t6MKiitiii1614iWGiSiiKKttitKltKitlt KKKititic iissued a note of the denomination of 50 A closer ex mina tion revealed the fact tl1at the piecesandtreprinted so as to change the denomination from one dollar to fifty dollars The work was very evidentlytthat of an expert and it took a close scrutiny to detect the fraud wasfseut to the bank for redemption by the postmaster at Plainwell Michigan who will likely be called upon to do some explain ing for the bill together with the letter has been sent on to the U S Treasurer at Washington Mr McEIroy is keeping a look out for the other half of the bill which ma redemption also be sent in for J sfire Oil hans charge of the oil drilling opera lions on the Coyle farm iu theJ eastern part of the county was here the first of the week and after visiting the field of opera trees has abou decided to aban locaIs aging to justify any further work Nothing was found ing the hole that was put down over 1100 fee McInnins hits not yet determined whether or not he will try the experiment of malting another wel1 in th madeb a propositioji to certain property holders in Springfield to sink a well in or near the town with a view of strilring natural gas there having been good indica lions of the existence of gas in this immediate neighborhood Foicys Honey and Tarjis beat for croiiptrmTTvhobping cough contain- o opiates and cures quickly Care fulmothers keep it hi the house PERSONAL eCbfr Pan J Booker wont to Louis villa yesterday stJadge Frank E Daugherty of Bards town was in town Sunday Miss Mary Jonos is visiting rela lives in ahepLerdsville Cant Pat Simms who hag beet quite ill with pneumonia is slowly improv ing t VSi Mary LN Simms whIt has hllisMr J Luckott Simms was her from Hopkinsville to see his fatherI who is sick k1lira Honrr Edelen and daughter Miei Cecelia of Bardstown were her e the first of the week Mist Elizabeth ifcudd after a pleasant visit to relatives here has returned to LaaMrs Ardie Browne and Miss Fedn vitsitofns Boyle county Itbliss Minnie McClellan will leaveI Saturday morning for Louisville to enter a wholesale millinery houseI t to11Ir anti MM Robert Grumes of i Bardstown visited the formers sister Mrs H D Stiles last week Mrs Grumes was bliss Beatrice Losson and is well known hero Tho Once a Week Cooking Club was entertained on last Friday night by neDSissElilabethlPaterevrithaValentiParty h evening was a musical romance The first prize was won by Miss Annio McChord and Mr J S Claybrooke Miss Annie MayeR and Mr G A Neikirk captured the booby prize Those present wore Misses BbttlO Ir vine Lucy Selecman Annio DIleGrundy Eleanor McEIroy Willie Mayes Lyclia Duncan Loin Gowily Crtinpbelluville Altbairo Medley Annie Mayes Bessie Coachman Lydia Sadr1elie Jennie Clayboooke Gco Land O terror Wharton G B Cunningham W S J R HH JS d ClaybrookP H H Hord Glenn 0Vood W O teed G A Neikirk Rassel Chosbier Evan Hawaii Irvine McEIroy Phil McChord Gwin Marks E 8 Mayes Jraftd ChasGreeno illStallion For Sale jOncourt day Iwill offer fQr sale on the streets of Springfield to th i highest bidder my fine bay J2stallionstWHIRLWIND 168 hands high weighsaboute 1300l pounds He isby Sewell he by WilVes 224 His bdam1rmhoyim to some man for the season JAMES BRAY Mothers can safely give their ron Iylcys Honey and Tar for congbs and colds for it conlaias no optat s o other poisons Can You Guess Them Hgmorous Exchange What did WilHam Tell Of what did Charles Dudley Warner q What mode Rider Haggard What did David Swing Where did John Strange Winter What made fiarvey Smart What did Caroline Hazzard Whose ears did Franklin Pierce What did Charles Read What made Sadie Jane Gray Whose fire did James K Yolk Woo did Elisha Kent Kane What did Jane Cookl What was Charles F Worth Why did John Klllpatrickl What did Richard Mardh Hoo When did Julius Caesar How long was Jane Short Wberedld Henry Cabot hedge What does Mary Maples Dodge wio did Leigh Hunt Why was Lawronce Stern What did Henry M Teller Ip what water did Hamilton Fish What did Harriet Martineau Why did Henry Guy Carleton The above list of questions are easy enough but below are some local posers submitted for solution When is Charlie Greene When was Tom King What does Stith T Noe Why does John Shader When does John Lily Barber What bank did Dillard Tapp What office does John Grace Who can solve J Walter Reldel Why does Judge W E Selecman What does William O Reed CroakstH Hord Wbat does Harry Grant Whose flowers does W A Water Why does Ed M Russell woodeWhom did Louis Cain Why isjfc that Robert Marks What We Hear Willisburg Ky Feb 17 1901 Editor NEIVS LEADER Recently I heard an able min isle make use of this Scriptural quotation Take heed to who adiatelyi Y I began tp ruminate upon wEat I had heard I may misconstrue thereat meaning of this scriptural lau uage but my mind went out after the words that had recently beeti spoken in my presence We hear i so often words fro tp thoughtless persons and so unbe coming that we feel like saying something in nbof with any intention to wound the sensitive feelings of any one but by a gentle admonition to cause some one to topsider before they heariisa young man refer to his old father heladyr Ij seemed so disrespectful to the old feather that bad toiled through tthe Summers heat and the winters cold for so many years tto reai tho lad to manhood and then to bp spoken of as the old mart And the old lady Mother one the grandest and roost precious words ever uttered 6y mortal lips I would love to say Mother once more and say it from the depths of an affectionate and loving heart Mother that has watched over us through oiany a Sleepless night from infancy to manhood andnote her ever anxious look for our welfare and then say Mother with all tense ness of iffection and love And the longer you live the more you will venerate the name Mother The Mother never forsakes her child though all others may turn against you butMother does not Our Saviour looked down from the cross upon a weepingt iMother thatt had followed him as far as she could OBSERVER Kidn to peepsto the diseaseb ing insiduons thatit beforeItwill prevent the pevalopement of a fatal disease if taken in time InI the legislature The Legislature got down to work inearnest yesterday Among thebills passed by t Jlquse was one repealing th compelei log County Judges to appoint ten guards in case of labor distur ancQ The Newcomb bill provid ing for six Circuit Judges in Je ucacimout 0 eta poliitett by the Goyahor ante to serve until those elected qualifyTheRevPPue villeVPar intisterBill here adr Tdhe Senate killed the bill compelling express trains to stop at county seatsr rrKer BanpTheiwas orKniEQd SAiurday warn the following officers P R fide Makin President PTPisbCashier J Irvine oO W Dewitt F T Leathers H C Coomes J A Oheathamj DBSutherland Gi F Calvert W 8 Gayle R L Murphy and 8 O1 McMackin Directors Mr Gayle Cashier of the bank at Monterey was present SatuRday and assist1 ed iu the organization As soon as the weather will permit ai commoaius bank building will bo erected into wbi th will be placed the most improved bank furniture Toe outlook for the bank is extremely bright ann iit starts out with seventy rive ot the most influential and promi lent men of Kelson Washing ton Gnu Anderson counties as stockholders Nelson Record The moat reliable preparation for kidney tronble ou the market is Foley Kidney Cure A Queer People Tnere is in the Equality neigh borhood in the Western part of this County a religious sect or denomination who call them sal ves Northern Methodist buti are unlike any other people that belong to that church and iin fact their mode of worship and generall demeanor are different from any other people to whom our notice has ever been called It developed on the trial of a Commonwealth casein the Cen tertown Justice Court last Mon day whorein a young min was charged with disturbing these people in their public worship that they would sometimes iin the midst wt their services invoke the Deityto send upon them a massive snow cloud that it might burst in their midst and one good lady staid she knew it would come for one bad visited her on the preceding morning It also developed that on one occasion at least a member of these good people while assembled as they said to worship ac cording to the dictates of their own conscience mounted the seats and crowed like a chanticleer rooster If per chance a young man 1nttend their meeting wearing a collar of the a style high as you know a Rood sister while shouting and pruis iug Him on high will perhaps stop long enough to ask him if his collar does not hurt his neck and if same is comfortable Truly it can be said that these are queer QeoplpHartford Re publican CASTORIAI For Imfants and Ohildren- TIll Kind YN Haw Always Bwhlt Bears tha 18f3ignattra of a Winter cou3hs are apt to result in consumption if neglectep Theyca- ba broken up soon by Feleys Honep Gad Tar Glass Eater When John Bright returned to his homd on Walnut streat yes terday after church be found a burglar in the house Mr Bright assumcdtherole o policeman arrested the culprit and turned him over to Jailer Fitzgerald for tale keeping The prisoner was urrainged this morning and gave his name as John Shanks alias Henry Johnson alms Mass Eater alias Monkey John alias Rock Eater Mr Bright testified that noth ing was missed from his resi dence and HIs Honor stated a the conclusion of the evidence thit the prisoner would betic quitted on the condition that be leave Danville and remain awuy five years Rock Eater reudil a reed and want in search o greener fields without ceremony He is the palate that gained considerable not ce through the papers last spring for eating a half dozen lamp chl nanny s and i1It box of tacks at Moreland In cjurt this morning he chime d that he could digest rocks glas and iron without any uu pleas aptness The Judge said in rendering the verdict that he would ses the prisoner to the work house alit of Keeper Connellys rocks Danville Acvocato AlffirA of fire at night is the brassy cough of crow which sounds like the childrens death aureatesomedtthing is doue quickly Foleya Hones y and Tar never falls to give instont re lief and quickly cures thenorstEcrm s ofcroupMnrj L CQixjier Man nta glrfhad a leavers case of croup the doctor said slieconlri afar live J got a bottle bfFoleys Tar the first dose gave quick relief and saved heriife Re fuse substitutesI1 r c= EYB4a TSTSD FR i Il GLASSES FITTED BY DR ORIGSBY iHaying received another carload of Spectacles I ant prepared to fit dvErQont GRIGSBY test s YQur Eyes and fits glasses where others fail When in nqed of Spectacles and Eye Glasses remember GRIGSBY ha Poore Old dpticlan and EVA ffitter Springfield Ky CEIVIENT At Lowest Prices ROUGH L Otit a i I ES Ll1Yi j i sx I tq t a SASHlarid DOQRS tip LATH and SHINQM s 5i fj t f CONTJR eTINGf k Anything lin the building linet thaSPRING x i FIELDLUMBER CEO s Yard 1 t CALL m nET PRIGE TRAMPS ON THE CARS The Box Car Is Often E teealby Springing tLd Door Off The box car 1sqftcncnterecXby springing the door oft Its IIton Tjay nt the side opposite the seal A party go Ing ono way will do this for a party going the opposite direction and then when all are in springy the door back again Since everything externally is In the best of order long trips hiay be made in this manner without disturbance or interruption Now and then the prisoner Is ex posed to danger of starvation A jcase of this kind has been related to me where only the accidental visit of a 4rjmfvm 4pl n from death A railroad accident whether fer or fire Is a very serious affair to passengers of thisi sort You have doubtless read fliorje than once noi have of tramps drownejd like rats or burned or crushed todcath while steal Ing rides In this fashion Riding1 the trucks Is done in various ways A locomotive engineer of my acquaint once has shown me the precise pot from which be had taken onttwo men at one time It was on the rear taCk of the tender They were eel Qng Face Jvithjustvertlcalspncefor meatIndependentI The Crescent of an KmTilemi The cccscent has been known taints imythologyDiana and of Astarte the Syrian Ve Gus In the days of Romes greatest glory the ladf swore It as an fqrna foupdanlion of Constantlnbple the ancient By zantium it has been the emblem oc the city and as such adorns its walls ions public buildings besides being stimp ed on itscoins and postage The legend which account for Its universal dop lion in Turkey and Constantinople in particular la as follows Philip of Macedon laid siege toy tbe city in the year 340 B C He chose a theProfe moon suddenly breaklng from bejiind a cloud In commemoration of thi rovilenfial dellverancg the cres en was adopted as the aymboll of the city Tho Mohammedan sultans were slow to assume this emblem until some one mentioned that it was tbs symbol of cbaDpngasoftbeinoopt r Too Stronsr For a Juryi r You can never tell what ajuryjwlll do In tho way of awarding dama csi TtmeEnsbetweentabula and representatives the road Tee man asked 25000 and the rail road had offered 517000 Tho nan tertiUlys tfn by one Sghfiret Firemen and othjjp around saturated his clothing wlth water and placed wet blankets over him but he wasi not released until his foci was burned otr was a grewsome btpry uOnoof the directors of the road was present He took U1d claim agent abide 25000xs Jf ho tells his story In court he will get damages enough to put the r6ad nto the hands of receiver Ho got th- moneyNew e York Tribune dNWhy He Wai Rejected 1The soul of a rajah who Lad bSen released from the cotta of this jvprid Presentslilmeelt d Hope you been in purgatory fotT demanded Brahma tnarrieelsPAt this moment another Boularrlved who begged Brahma tfo allow him lo tti enter t3oitly softly HllPti yalt re lsi purgatory yet 110 but rielWcr htistbato thcrlel low He died the sanje day Fdld j Very truej but ha hail been Car ried ilarried indeed Why have been married three times Aw yithen to flag Ibwej re ton Jj aid Brahma sternly EaraflJse is pot r f i Tben Klutns VA Cbstlr The case of ihe People agalnst Mtux line heard by tlie gpvernor of New lIaYdnyG J licensed kfeslng in those times1 It ap peered that Jacob Mnrline and Sarah Tuttle had been caught kissing each other Jacob tried to throw the blame on Sarah saying he thought she had with intent let tall her gloves Sarah dcj pled the intent Jacob them admitted that he tooke her by the 1d and they both sat down upon a chest but whether he kyssed her or 8Se tyssgd him he knows not for he pep o u ce un ymon that he had not laydo it to heart as ho ought r The stern governor after duly Ice tuflng the guilty parties on the enorml ty of their offense decreed that the sentence therefore concerning them Is that they shall par either of them a f figs of 20 shillings to the colony Bereavement dad Easiness The followingi carious adv tiseineat Js taken frOm q Spanish Journal This morning our Saviour summoned away the jeweler Slebald Illmaga fromxhis slice to anotherand better world The undersigned bis widow will weep upr on his tomb as will also his tWo dugh fete Hild anti Emma tho former ot whom la married and the trifler is open placebtomorrow His disconsolate widow Yerpnlque Illmaga P SThis be Yeavement will npt interrupt our em ploy mcnt which wilt be carried on as usual only our place of business will be rcmovedfrom 3 Less de Le nturlere to 4 Rue de Mlsslonaire as our grasp ing landlord Jias raised the teat St James Gazette x r t t ARTISTS L NDERr a Some Odd Mlitalcex T1ia rHve Bee 1erpetnated on Cjuivan In n letter Ironi an artist find art writer of London he speaks of the absurd mistakes made by s3meof the oldt masters In the very pretentious Queent s start tiife well known French artist painted the rlbbon of the Order of the Garter of awrpng color and the art ist was much chagrined by the evlJ dance of his own qarelessness Queen Victoria told him he was using the wrong color but he was not convlnced There IsO andscape byftviamQUs English painter In which a rainbow Is depicted behind therStin and a picture U of Eden Is In the gallery ol the Gesu in Lisbon while Adam and Eve are represented as watching a procession of monks In the famous galIerl stbfAntverp j erg certain plciures by old musters In which the jumble of ideas lstis re marlfoble as jthe technique Is Bali In one picture of heaven the archangela are armedKith bows and arrows and t In a painting of the Mprder of the 9 r Innocents the imassaqre Is represented as taking place Ina city of HgCaad The parents of the chlldren e toiat burghers the nom mold 1Srim Datch policemen armed wjth muske traJitt9rIDedtrousers and Jackets and faobntlledl shoes The effect Is droll 71 r Thlnca He Didnt DaleretaaL f At the table on an incoming ltnft e Ti recent trip one of the first cabinpas sengers loads in an jpyster one olStbe tinyv seed pearls whicbjlook alniosty exactly like hits shot dpparentl7T formation of pearls wasvamysterjrTOf him for Ue eXnIn ned the thlngciarteu = ly picked it up gingerly and laiftt errs the tablecloth far further investiga lion V Now It Is a habit df cook atliatcarry fishhooks In their pqcke aon this trip by n curloUS colncldMK part of a sniall hook got caugfct irfpiece of bcefsteat that erffiiF this particular passenger 4S sipea M + his knlfo encQuhtered the t te rhe started picked it out Vaeitt ir al 4 laid It beside hla other iii M i cloth Then hb 1CCkonedaatke wal 1Hiiconttdetitlally t hlstacrecl Ix YIu Mr 11 dont tvant to ba Imp rtJi i i Bald hilt would jou Baled teUlNr ost where you jjhoot sour oyster awl wbt you cntch your istea6s with ahcok au l tork Pest nOJNOW 1r s 88 88 88 88 88 88 Ji When Prince f ComesI h I1i888a88888a88i Y rlf i t In various sections of the country preparations are being made for tbcre VceptlOllot Prince Henry of Prpssla It ta not ortpn we have royalpersonages as guests but when we do have them Vegenerally treat them In ti style as nearly royal as our democratic conven tions will allow- Washington New Tort Chicago arid Boston ore Ina fine f iry of especta wiVT ec11nlltiWasnlngtonJnOLLED 4tlOflV They are as busy arid flustered as our grandmothers used to be 0n thut iu1ulstert4 Jtihc qcrman embassy at Washington lnpartlcuiar has been the scene of ac k Uvlty and when the prince comes he I will find everything spick and span I The embassy Is a substantial red brick structure which stands at the center of the high terrace on Massachusetts ave- nuef ehyeeJ Fourteenth rind Fifteenth streets It was purchased for the Geiv 40c nan government by Baron yon Thlel man In 1890 dnd Is richly and appropri ately furnished The suit of apartments which will be J occupied by Prince Henry la In the western wing on the second floor It t includes ten rooms and is separated r frgm the drawing room suit by l wIde 111 adorned with medheval armor and weappns The ballroom of tie embas zwhere the state dinners will be served Is decorated with flats of the e em erorai1l empress Dr Theodor von HoU ben the Ger man Ambassador has occupied the post since 1897 He is a native of Bremen r and took his degree of doctor of laws at Heidelberg Dr yon HolleUcn Is Iabout sixty years old and a confirmed 7 bachelorVr f the absence of Countess Quadt wife of the first secretary Mrs vcn- 3Veleur i Paschwftz is the chatelaine jf J anyJgive to which ladles are invited Mrs fi VOn Reheur Paschwitz is the wife of I the naval attache jtvho will also be a vpromlrtent figure In the festivities 4q J ThougbjPijjice Henry will stop at the f r 11 German embassy while In Washington PboILpyr y un dl NY t I 51izA1 ADillltAL rOBJET i hXwIll lie the guest of the nation dur c lag his star In this country This means that all Uls expenses will lJeI paid by the United States government L viTo provide the funds for his reception fiSic oOWwlll ti Inserted In the urgent deflcleney bill ThUd sum will be dis bursed under till Direction of the sec Jfctnrydf state It wjll be used to pay carriage lodging railroad and other necessary hi1 ir President IloosfVelt has appointed a t oinmlttepof government ofllcialsto r ok after the prince while here Thisf t12 p It JayuePEflllfi MajorPgBnepilunifand Rear Admiral Robl y Br j Evans United States navy Count A A VSvonQuadt firait secretary of the Ger tman embassy will act with the com I milteeI5Tbe committee will meet Prince Jlenryqn his arrival NOW York on Peiv accompanying him to Wash aIngton tbtit iil1itafld aftcndlngon nU tkejobrneys bew1Ir11iakewhn here t 1 XRpeclnJ qavai squadron has bfen i1r y t atgnuized to meet the rca1 guest in tf New York bay liisjquadrtjn is made f w1fttags1 p and tho f sralsera Olympla Cincinnati and San 4f Franclsed with perhaps some smallera ittif V11l0if SCWill the n salute when tb- i pointswSlf T ijfcfnsvinc on the Staten tS fctrfe tile guns of the JlJWl d ienchCSj JJfci M rthe Havj cO ieme toJ rt = 00Q2i100 I How and 88 fHnryofprussiaJ 88 f Is tote Enter J twined 5 4 5 tt 88 4 00 oo 00COCQmediately onbonrd the Imperial precedesdmceive Jllayarjbow and gther members of thcTCcw Yort welcoming party In Company witu thu Committee Prince Henry and his suit will then leave New York for Washington Sunday will be spent TJuletly at the German embassy Ills formall call on the president will occur Monday Feb 24 and the dinner at the White House will probably take place on the evening of that day The launching of the kaisers Amen can built yacht will occur on Feb 2f Photo by Cllnedlnst Washington tins HEBEUlt PASCHWITZ and then will follow a series of enter tainments in New York after which the prince will make a brief tour of the CountryV The state department has spared no expense in arranging this part of Prince Henrys entertainment The Olympln the private car used by the late President McKiuloy will be placet nt his service This Hying palace has been entirely refitted The train use by the royal visitor and lila suit will be a revelation Besides tilL princes 1lV vate ear theix will be a composite parlor and smoker a bat gtt car one regular sleeper anti three stateroom caaaSVly new when they tire placed In service Prince Henrys itinerary will carry him through thirteen of the most popu Ious states of the Union exclusive of the District of Columbia It will cover a distance of 5000 mills and Jast about nine days Visits to the leading cities us far west as St Louis will be made The battlefields of Lookout Mountain Bull Run and historic Bunker Hill will be inspected as well as the Annapolis Naval academy and Wept Point According to the arrangements mad and that Prince Hfciiry may fulfill en gageuieuts made in his name by Em bas Hlor von Hollcben Prince Henry will travel mostly by night This will not preclude however a daylight view of the Alleghuules Niagara and the Mississippi and Hudson riversVThe car Olympia which is tobe the home of Prince Henry on his rail way tour Is seventy feet long and con talus five rCI ate rooms besides a sec tlon for servants Lavatories mirrors and wardrobes complete the equip ment and closeat hand are the private baths No two rooms are finished alike the linest woods being Used in their construction In the rear of the princes cur is all observation and dining room sixteen feet long During his stay in this cotfhtry Prince Henry will lie guarded by a corps of secret service defectives A picked company of Europev1 detectives will assist the secret service men in looking out for attacks from anarchists These guards will be In constant attendance WELL BROKEN HORSES The Silent Ulan Generally Tins Inc Host STnnnprcnble Anluiulw Has any one ever noticed that a lent man has usually the best broken timeIDrive with them you will wouiler- how they niatiage their horses No management is visible The horse gov where he Is wanted without apparent effort on the part of the driver One famous turfman nt least has been noted for his art in driving a horse to the limit of his speed without making a move while his rivals were lifting and yelling and whipping theirs JQow did he do it Dont know but he was a man of few words Probably there Is a lesson In this The average horse understands only a few things thoroughly only a few words signs or commands The siliat man gives only a few and he does not confuse his horse The horse Is male to know them thoroughly lie understands the maii who understands hm It is a pleasure to drive a horse that understands Few pleasures In life elm equal it if the horse is a good cheer ful driver There would bt more of this kind It they wOre made to know uI fciv things thoroughly the riyht things National Stockman Hovr Soima Got Ills Name When Sousa famous the worldovcc as king of nmrcli music landed in the home of the tree ho carried w th him a valise on which was marked In plain letters John Phillpso U S A Time passed and this son of sunny It aly commenced to grow musical and also to become Americanized It was then so the story goes that he ex pressed the desire tor a name moro nearly like those of the people of which he was one by choice PhiHpso sounded out of place dong service for a man who bad imbibed American beliefs ahdcustoms Vml Whose destiny closely linked with 5tiio stars and stripes forever A jneinber to which he be louged n ll made a suggestion It turned cat to bCnbnppy oneand wag adopted by the master of JIt batoni Tile suggestion wosHhls To tlig nnmie PhilipsoTUld S At Divide the one name into two words and there was the smooth sounding and easily pro nounced name of John Philip Sonsa RkrndtlsmTJieiininent familiar jSbjects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are giantdisease f f would be in modern warfareV Rheumatism is caused by an acid sourV 4l- c pditionof the blood It is filled tll acrid settlesinnor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They thebloodRubbingpains but thesdVare Only symptoms which are liable to return withVevey changeof the weather the real disease lies systemarecureduntilthoroughlyanda stream Qfrich whichdissolvese painsV1J nuineralbhtismostexhilarating whowriteRheumatismandAtlanta Ga t II l KAJOB ItlCHABp StLVESTEB lice of all the principal cities necessitating a great amount of futile cor respoudeuce In response to Major Sylvesters ap peal fiftytwo cities of the United Stats and Canada are contributing to tho plan It is hoped the bureau will eventually become a government insti tution The walls of Major Sylvesters bu reau lined with cabinets tilled with thousands of cards each bearing on its face two photographs of a criminal one full face and tim other profile On the same side are given the measure ments age nnd physical characteris tics On the other side arc given the name residence crime marks scars moles and other defects or abnormal tics In short these cards make up the Bertillon catalogue used in nil modern police dejnrtnientsV When information is desired from Washington regarjdlng some criminal his name aliases head finger ear and other measurements are sent in It Is the measurements that most readily lend to finding the card Names dont cOunt for much The cards are arranged In three groups according to size of head The superintendent then turns to the group containing the size Of head named anti If the criminals curd Is In the cabinet can soon furnish the desired information When the bureau Is complete it will be hard for any criminal of record to escape Identification Plans for the extension of the system to Europe are now being uiscussed SOUSA TURNS NOVELIST Fnntoiia Dnndnin cr h the Author of n Ilnmnntlc Story Those to whom the name of John Philip Sousa is a mj liar and they nro OIlWpopulmdirector of the famous band ofwhiwh he has been so long the central figure But Mr Sousa has other claims to fameV It is in the field of literature Mr Sousa has Just published n mantle love story The Fifth String Mr Sonsas place In the uiuslvnl world Is however second to none As ViI lnp sots LtingtonarId other marches lie is Lnuwn In er city and town hi the laud lohn Philip Sousa is about forty eight years of age tint aiaili hlsjhvl success us the mtlslciij dirt etor of the United States Marine baird For Iwilve durlucW1ilcbr wide rcpufnjlpn lIeloJt the M urine band in 1892 to take chargi of tilt present organization known 6ou sas band width has hall phmcnomeiai i success both In this country and Bu j Vt5VV5JV 1 Hb DESTRUCTIVE TEREDO A Curious and Fragile Worm That IDigs Tunnel In Timber It rns In 1731 that Holland narrow i ly escaped Inundation along Its cons t because the timbers of the sea dikes in many parts were discovered to be dlscoeryIcatastrophmI the full extent of which prehcnded by only n few The timbers lard been utchmenI wbycreature burrows Into wood Im me rsed In sea water It makes an nn trance when yotng arid digs channels along the grain of the wood living and often dying timber TIll worm grows hi some localities to a length of twelve Inches Its girth Ing one and a half Inches and tile curious thing about its whlnlikc body Is Its exceeding tenderness It cannot bear Its own clglmtVif wIn renllfIsubjected tb any strain It wilt burrow straight along the grain of the wood unless turned aside by a knot or nail no mutter how in ally of these worms may be burrow Ing In the same piece of wood theyj never run their channels Into one an other By some marvelous Instinct they keep clear of each others pre serves We have recently seen a cross section of a log eighteen Inches In diameter and we counted no fewer than distinct burrows The Snvlne SenRe of HumorsSome of the worlds greatest humorj Ists unite with that sprightly gift a deep tenderness lint broad sympathy Their lips smile at a spectacle of the absurd itt the same Instant that tjielr eyes overflow In Iecognizlng the pathos that Is its so frequent accompaniment It Is this quick perception of a situation as a whole this power to see all its aspects at once that gives us just udgmciits4 inm L rr th r uletfIth leniency that acts as a saw ing grace to culpritsVThe world would be better and happier If every one In it who is invested with authority over his fellows had this peculiar sympathy with wit which snakes It Impossible for one to be a bigot and a tyrant Humor and cruelty do not go together although there Is a kind of counterfeit humor some times mistaken fov the real thing which Is essentially oppressive cause It finds enjoyment In looking upon that which Is at the same time grotesque nnd horrible But this Is far removed from the gentle humor nndlhUlllnnlzespanlon Oltl SAW cud Saying A few old sayings on the subject of food come to us rather as h surpriseiIn our age of daintiness and retine incut yet they have their raison detre notwithstanding ifeat Is much man ners are more Cease your chatter and mind your platter The ass timId I brays iifost wits least The wing with the liver to him whos the giver lie cnn give little to his servant wilD licks his own treflelmerVApropos of this remark it Is amus lug to note that manners wns the name given to the remnants of n meal These to tile servants as ollicialS perquisites liciice our well oxIpression bi fori complying a dish ltave till last slice or whatever It mny for iimnnirs though If otttwere collcctiil on this point It Is hardly likely thatt aiiv of us would have taken It as It stiuidr In original So ThunkR OUt minister went from Kansas City down Int o the country to preach tome ioix lito tIll pulpit he asked If aIry one lilt rrrpttd with nmeiis and otlic fjieliifoiis lie could not stand ucli iiiterjectlons He was toM Of oie oiil v iitiuiii vho always made herself liijitl at all tocd points She wns asl1ull this occasion tb desist and sin tt god for once At of jicruoii the minister met iou amf warmly thanked her for holding her tormgmulI me no need to tluniU me rihe ecluluied You sakl nothing wliittver to make me shouthlKaiiKas CRy lmmltiemmcermtt Keep An iinlinplv life Is an idle one Thongs who art hapjiifst arc the most earnest workers It Is folly to say that wo iimm Iliul no labor Life Itseff Is n fjtu PIIH HS tusk It Is cowardly however to Khrk hilnir by feigning not to see It KII umrtal If Le does hIs duty will have n liusy life Uat tlIuunl Jlghys ieir fellow He bought n couple tf tikets fruits mo forVIII amateur theatrical performance f0r CimmmrityaAnd he actually used them hVJoyed himself Catholic Standard andis TimesVPat Him In Ibf Shade gv1thntr your lireIJewett Another fellow came between we and the llghtJudgeg The Toll 1 should like to ask you Mr Reiter as a successful Jjterary man what ii an authors hardest struggleV Staying successful young man IndJauapollsKewB Admit occasionally to your friend that be knows more than you It gives him a great Impression of your dlacrlmlnat n and good sense It sometlraes happens that when a man foils In doing anything else well l be marn1i w llAtchlson GIob IWidowJasons 111 OgJ1k a7ll If PAUL q f 1A4 it f WIdowJflon was the relict of Firmer Jason amid she carried on tilt farm after his death with even more wisdom than he had shown himself possessed of She was still on the brighter side of pity fair to hock upon arid was ut pence with nil her neighbors until the chic t0 the past of lien sold out arid it stranger m ved In SHe was a man of middle age named Chisholm end being a widower his sister managed thc house for him If the Widow Jason was one of those who wondered what sort of man he yjis abe was the first to It out Among her live stdck that year were a dozer hogs and IJ vhs the fault of her hired rnan that there were holes In the fences through which they made their way Into potato field of the new VneIghborbreakfast ane morning when Chlsholui was annonhced He had the courtesy tb lift bis fiat and give his name he also had the bluntncss to add Madam your infernal hogs have formem home Ill shoot every one of Silo looked at him and saw that ut wasr above the ordinary and felt that hall she been Introduced In the conven tional way site would have been pleas ed tb make his acquaintance But his rude greeting angered her and being 0 with a mind of her own she at once replied I can pay for all the potatoes on your farm and if you come here to threaten me youll find a woman who d ont scare Well you keep your hogs at home And you keep yourself in the same place That was the first tilt The fences were mended and the bogs were In de s pain when a high wind blew a gate vi d the drove spent the night in the same potato field Next morning Chisholm drove ten of them home and said to Widow Jason Madam there are dead hogs belong Jng to you In my field Will you liave them removed or shall I bury them rYou kilted them did you she asked lidI told you would and did Then Ill have the law on you Go ahead She went to law and there was n uit and she was Inglorlously beaten JOSU rouND LICKED Womanlike she felt pretty bitter over iIt but at the same time she had to give Mr Chisholm credit for luck of any bitterness He stated hiS case In tthe mildest manner and even spoke highly of her us n neighbor When she returned hotne after the lawsuit she said to lien hired milan Josh If that man Chisholm comes on gamyhim ofnYeVm Ill do It replied the sturdy JoshV It wasnt a fortnight before Chis holm came He on his way to the jmouseordered him back lIe refused to go aud Josh laid hold of him to dp tIlt throwing net but found himself a ed In about three minutes While he sat on the ground with a handful of grass to his bleeding nose the victor passed on to the woman who had nItIt uessed the fracas from the front steps Uftltig his hat he suldiMadam those hogs of yours havo eenat It again this time In my corp field and Ive had to kill another Have you dared to kill another of my hogs she demanded as her checks tlunieO nlftl her eyes lashed have Shall bury him Slt you are a scoundrel Arid you are a charming widow She droe to town at once to see her lawyer There was 10 In the case fe him win or lose und he advised her to sue She sued and got beaten again The defendant referred to her In the highest terms but he also proved that her fences wIre out of repair The uawyerand advised Josh to prosecute for nsI Issauliswollen nose and black ejc Into court and wits beaten by several lengths Ho had provoked encounter and If he had got the worst of It the lawcouldnt help him It was a month before anything fur thor happened The fences around thoI hog lot were thoroughly repaired and for fqur weeks the porkers had to make ttnrbest t of their sad lot Then Josh left the ihtrs down one night aud s the widow was getting breakfast she heard the crajck of a ritle Half an our later Mr Chisholm appeared to ayVGood morning Mrs Jason Those wretched bogs of yours rooted up my garden last night and this morning killed another of them If you want another lawsuit Ill drive you to town In my own buggy And you youve shot another she gasped I have nreftheYesm be replied with ii bow as he turned annyV 11suitIn It for him win or lose but this time Mr Chlsbolm was arrested for mall clous persecution In his testimonylie referred to the plaintiff as that lady and exhibited no animus whatever butj be also proved that he was tim one 11lrI eedlted The widows bogs would not let him alone She was beaten ngnln and tins Hun stout iwn woq lain VV m7Si and the hogs were shut up irne Term ers had of course taken sides f Some contended that Chisholm lad thlblteuIa mean and unuelghboriy others that the widow had been dereV Bet In not mending her fences and there Was munch talk and discussion twoprInclpnlsthe croasrpads meeting bouse butt while Cbtsholm lifted his hat arid bow Vedthe widow except for her blazing eyes seemed carved of stone That pen held the hogs for a 1ummS six weeks hojrpens have their weak points nUll ptrtlenro and perse verance will scil threw out The hot sun warped a board and mnUe an open lag nnd the Industrious swine enlarged ft until one night they all passed out nnd headed straight for the next farm They fetched up among the cabbages pumpkins siu ln3 rneJbmtsamid Var rots arid during the long hours of darkness they ran riot They rwere missed from the pen early next morn lug antI the widow sat down on doorstep and cried She cried because she was vexed anti sire cried because she was n woman Every minute she expectefl to hear crick of Chls alms rifle and she fully realized that further appeal to the law would be wasted She was vexed at the hogs at Josh and at Chlbholm Her tears were still falling when the new neighbor stood before her and bowed andsaidVMrs Jason those blamed hogs of yours damaged me a hundred dollars worth Inst night And how many more have you kill ed she askedVNone Ive Just driven em home But mtlmywlmyVsee how It Is must Inecause off your whole drove or build a pen myself I shall come over tonight to talk to you about It He appeared an hour after supperV fund It was 11 oclock before he wentVV home Even then the talk was not finished As a matter of met it eV qui red a great many evenings arid was only concluded one winters night when she laid her head on his shoulder arid said If you are really sure that you love me then farm the hogs and I arc yours and well be married New Years day LI HUNG CHANGS WIVES This Plrt One Though Alive Was Looked Upon an Dead The one romantic complication in the life of the late MachlavelH of China Li Hung Chang is amusing or tragic according as one may choose to loOkV ilit Earl LI early in his distinguished reer took a wife During the Tnl thtIIa her husband The Chinese states ti meanwhile thinking his wife bad fished with other victims In the mas ae enlisted the sympathies of the nmngnHicentIed to the grave with all pomp and ChanmgIemperorIAfter a period of mourning XT iiiu Chang took unto himself another wife and settled down again to domestic felicity Then the first wife appeared She had narrowly escaped the massacre and had been living with her family Mrs Chang No took exception tb Mrs Chang Xo 2 and wished to be tbejInwtbej she was dead and he advised hIs raIn Ister to Ignore tier which he did As women are treated as mere chattels In China the first wife did not demur but went back to her family among whom she died New York World Stt flInB a Cold Time mart wh originated the oft cjUoted maxim Stuff a cold and starve a fever either riot understand what he was writing about or he been widely uislm 1erstood to timeI reat Injury of multitudes who have eted upon the absurd maxim Presuming that the author of It was a physician who knew something of the nature of colds anti the act ion remedies be must have spoken ofI Nnctj ely and not Imperatively then It would read thus If you stuff a cold the consequence will be that you will be thrown Into 0 fever as a result of the stuffing treatment of cold and then you will have tosthrveh tboJeer t rprltntlonwhich has done as much harm as of the thousand and one popular er iiora which prevail on medical Without dwelling on the subjectsI uses of colds or on what physicians cull tile pathology of these disorders we will say tlintn low or even starva tlon diet for n ten days with the free drintfliig of mildly stlmulntlug tens Is better fpr a cold than any drug Ctfly DoctorV AVIicnt Don Not Grow Wild The existence of names or wheat In the most ancient tangunges coufirnts the evidence of Its great antiquity null f Its cultivation In the more temperate juuts of Europe Asia and Africa Irom the evidence nddticed by botan Ists of high 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